fog problem ?



  • Hi guys,

    first of all sorry if my english is not really good

    I’m new here and i try to have a fog server, i’ve follow the tuto and try to upload an image but i can’t have the fog boot menu even if i start in lan with the bios.
    for now i have this message :
    dhcp (…) . . . . . connection timed out
    no more network devices
    fatal: could not read from the boot medium! system halted

    and yesterday this error was not here it was blocked just after the option 'next server’
    As i’ve tell you i’m a beginner in fog so, sorry if i make mistake that are obvious for you guys
    if you can help me thanks a lot.



  • ok it work now the timezone in the fog settings wasn’t good
    thanks a lot for your help guys :)


  • Moderator

    @Varion said in fog problem ?:

    so the main problem is solved but i have the delayed task that don’t work (for upload, download, WOL) is their a solution to this ?

    Check your timezone settings inside FOG Settings, and check the local system time and timezone as well.



  • so the main problem is solved but i have the delayed task that don’t work (for upload, download, WOL) is their a solution to this ?


  • Developer

    From what we found out it seams like someone tried to go back from systemd to sysvinit on this debian 8.3 system but didn’t fully uninstall systemd (utils)! So the installer found systemctl and tried to do things systemd style which failed… circumvented the systemd check and the installer went trough without an error.



  • @Sebastian-Roth
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  • “the computer start a normal boot and cancel the task of upload the image” --> reboot yes sorry
    For the commands:
    grep DocumentRoot /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/001-fog.conf --> no result
    ls -al /var/www 0_1459240217656_Capture-6.png


  • Developer

    @Varion About the web interface: See what you get from those commands and post the output here: grep DocumentRoot /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/001-fog.conf and ls -al /var/www

    What did you mean by “the computer start a normal boot and cancel the task of upload the image”?? Please let us know where exactly the task is canceled!! Error messages you see? Or just reboot or hang? Best if you can upload a picture or video so we know what exactly you see. Otherwise we’re just guessing.



  • I’ve test it on a new computer we have received, a hp probook (they are all hp probook) i think it’s this model http://store.hp.com/FranceStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=P4P61EA&opt=ABF&sel=NTB



  • I’ll give you that soon.

    And i have an other strange thing, i’ve upgrade my fog 1.2.0 to trunk but the website is still 1.2.0 is it normal ? (i have follow the tuto with git https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/Upgrade_to_trunk i need to update the kernel or something like this ? )


  • Developer

    @Varion I am pretty sure this is not causing your problem. Possibly this is the last message you see but I doubt it’s the cause. Please try updating the kernel (Web GUI -> FOG Configuration -> Kernel Update) and see if you still run into the same problem.

    Please let us know which computer (exact model!) you are seeing this problem on and best if you could take a (slow motion - iPhone can do this) video of the screen when this is happening!!

    My guess is that this is caused by a hardware issue. Memory (memtest) or damaged hard drive?



  • @Sebastian-Roth
    maybe sometimes but in my case the computer start a normal boot and cancel the task of upload the image


  • Developer

    “tsc: fast tsc calibration failed” is not a problem! Just ignore the message…



  • he look at the good IP address.
    I have install once fog on a new computer and i have a “tsc: fast tsc calibration failed” :’(
    the other error are gone for now >_<


  • Senior Developer

    @Varion said:

    @Wayne-Workman
    /images
    the server try to mount the nfs volume with the old server address. Where can we change that if it’s possible ?
    mounting file system … mount: mounting 192.168.3.79:/images/dev/ on /images failed: No route to host
    and the ip address of the fog server is 3.95

    0_1458201803365_Capture-5.png

    What do you mean by:

    @Varion said:

    The default storage ip address is good, i’ve checked all the instructins in your link but nothing happen. The error message is still here

    THe first picture doesn’t show anything the a directory contents of what appears to be the home folder of the user currently signed in.

    What Sebastian is talking about is the IP Address within the Storage nodes under Storage Management Page. If your fog server is still looking at the “old” IP address for handling NFS this would explain the IP Address issue you’re describing. That OR your “old” fog server is still up and running under 192.168.3.79, and all of your bootup settings (TFTP Option 66/67) are still looking at the “old” fog server.



  • The default storage ip address is good, i’ve checked all the instructins in your link but nothing happen. The error message is still here


  • Developer

    @Varion Changing a FOG server’s IP is not as easy as it might seam. Here are instructions on this: https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/Change_FOG_Server_IP_Address

    The error (wrong IP) you are seeing at this stage is caused the storage management settings in the web gui (Storage Management -> DefaultMember -> IP Address). But please make sure to follow the instructions in that wiki article and get it all corrected!



  • @Wayne-Workman
    /images
    the server try to mount the nfs volume with the old server address. Where can we change that if it’s possible ?
    mounting file system … mount: mounting 192.168.3.79:/images/dev/ on /images failed: No route to host
    and the ip address of the fog server is 3.95

    0_1458201803365_Capture-5.png


  • Moderator

    @Varion For the NFS issue, we need more details. What’s the image path inside that node’s storage management? What’s the contents of /etc/exports? Have you ran through the Troubleshoot NFS article?



  • i have "fatal error: failed to mount nfs volume when i want to upload


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