Dell 3020 not multicasting!
I have a bunch of dell 3020’s, and they register fine with FOG trunk 7827, and to my knowledge the most recent kernel. I can capture an image, or deploy an image to a single unit. However when I try to group a couple of units and multicast, it just hangs at the blue partclone screen. Pictures attached. **I believe this is because of a failed cancelled multicast task, does anyone know how to clear multicast tasks via terminal. I usually go to images/dev/ and delete out the mac addresses, however I don’t see the macs here once I set a multicast task.
Jérôme DUTEIS last edited by Jérôme DUTEIS
i was stuck at the same screen for days before i found the solution
fog server ip 172.16.1.105
fog hostname debianfog
fog fqdn debianfog.debianfog.local
juts edit your hosts file … nano /etc/hosts and add
172.16.1.105 debianfog.debianfog.local debianfog
Now mullticast starts without any problem
Wayne Workman last edited by Wayne Workman
Try to specify the interface in the test command.
udp-sender --file /opt/fog/.fogsettings --log /opt/fog/log/multicast.log --ttl 1 --nopointopoint --portbase 9000 -interface eth1
Should be in Storage Management settings.
Using mcast address 220.127.116.11
UDP sender for (stdin) at 10.3.96.170 on wlan0
Broadcasting control to 18.104.22.168
[06-08-16 7:22:55 pm] | 0 tasks to be cleaned
[06-08-16 7:22:55 pm] | 1 task found
[06-08-16 7:22:55 pm] | Task (7) Multicast Quick Deploy is already running PID$
[06-08-16 7:23:05 pm] | 0 tasks to be cleaned
[06-08-16 7:23:05 pm] | 1 task found
This is the multicast log!
*** I want udp sender to be going out on eth1, not wlan0. Please help me figure out how to change this.
Wayne Workman last edited by
Clearing gunk from the DB, plus numerous other helpful things about fog multicast can be found here:
I have waited for over an hour.