Possible to view imaging history of Unregistered host?
If I image one or more host without registering them using either the quick image or join multi-cast session option from the pxe boot menu, is there a log somewhere either in the terminal or in the web gui that I can view everything i’ve imaged (registered and/or unregistered host) ?
I’m running Fog Trunk Git 7799 on Ubuntu Server 14.04
@Tom-Elliott Alright thanks for the help.
@phil_guy No, there is no log if unregistered hosts.
@Junkhacker Is there anywhere that records it? Such like a log file or something that just acts as a catch all for everything that’s been imaged regardless of being registered or not.
history is not recorded for unregistered hosts.
@Wayne-Workman Alright thanks for the guide. I was able to get to it, however the history table appears to be empty. Is it set up to reset/clear every day or something?
@phil_guy It’s not a file, really. It’s a table in a database. you can access it via CLI like this:
select * from history
And you can of course change the select statement to fit your needs, to pull the data you might be looking for.
Or, you can use something like heidisql to access it remotely using the
fogstorageusername and password that is stored in FOG Settings -> storage
@Wayne-Workman Could you provide a path to these files please? I don’t think I’m looking in the right place.
@phil_guy There is a table in the database called
history. You might look around in there and see what you find. Other than that table, there would be no other place for an unregistered host.