Could not mount images folder (/bin/fog.download)
arnaudrigole last edited by arnaudrigole
Hello Fog Community
I use fog trunk to deploy my images. I encounter an issue when trying to deploy a Windows 7 image on a client, whiches could be deployed last week and worked well. Today, when the download task starts, it displays "mounting file system …OK"
“Could not mount images folder (/bin/fog.download) computer will reboot in a minute”…
My storage is externalized by NFS hosted on a Windows 2008r2 server.
On fog server shell, when i try to type "mount.nfs @ipNFSserver:/images /temp , it say me : mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified (nfs common is installed)
Thank in advance you for your precious help… i can work without FOG need to deploy 5 computers
@arnaudrigole Cool. Glad you got it resolved.
Yeah i replaced x.X.X.X with IP but it doesn’t work…
i reseted the nfs share on windows server and it works !
@arnaudrigole This has nothing to do with your Windows server as far as I can tell.
Could you take a picture of the exact error?
@arnaudrigole Invalid argument means you typed it wrong probably. You replaced x.x.x.x with your fog server’s IP?
i’ll try to break the nfs share and re set it on my windows server
Thank you Wayne
It say me “Invalid Argument” exactly like in fog server shell
@arnaudrigole Well I’m just going to tell you exactly what’s in the tutorial.
Do a debug deployment for a host.
After the host boots into FOS, press enter a few times. Then try to mount to the storage node’s NFS directory like so:
mkdir /images mkdir /images/dev mount -o nolock,proto=tcp,rsize=32768,intr,noatime x.x.x.x:/images /images mount -o nolock,proto=tcp,rsize=32768,intr,noatime x.x.x.x:/images/dev/ /images/dev
The errors from these steps will lead us to the next step.
I know wayne, but i really have not the time to read and understand that … i’m not good in english and i need help…
Its like u said me “go study IT and find yourself your problems”
i’ll understand my problem but i need help …
@arnaudrigole You did not go through that guide in 2 minutes.
My setup worked well since a long time ago, i could upload and download images without any problems…
I have no more informations about this issue, no messages in logs, no more info in download debug
@arnaudrigole Right, it’s on windows, but you still would troubleshoot it using linux - and that guide.
My problem isn’t in that troubleshoot
and my NFS server isn’t an unix one … its windows hosted
Follow through this, let us know what you find: