Images Table



  • I have copied over 2 important images from a FOG server to a new server.
    It seems I need to have the images table re created or copied as well?
    Is there a method of doing this?
    The new Fog server is reporting the existence of the images in Storage and I have recreated the image names in Image Management.
    A test download failed… but was just too quick to note any meaningful error message…

    Ubuntu 14.04
    Fog 1.2.0



  • When I can, I will be copying the sql table over to the new server.
    I will update as to success when trying to push an image out.



  • @Sebastian-Roth said in Images Table:

    Make sure you have all the settings and paths match the ones on the old server!

    @Quazz said in Images Table:

    Also make sure the folders have the exact same name as before.

    Just want to reiterate this. Linux is case sensitive - more problems come from people not getting case right than anything else when it comes to moving images and recreating image definitions.

    Also you must ensure permissions are correct.



  • Do I have import/export on 1.2.0? didnt think I did…

    anyway, done some digging…

    if I do the backup command mysqldump … etc
    and then do a restore with the set of commands as in Fog Wiki
    https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Restoring_FOG_from_Backup

    that should do it also?


  • Developer

    @SteveB689 AFAIK FOG 1.2.0 did not have the ability to export/import image definitions as Quazz described. You need to create those image definitions by hand in the web gui. Make sure you have all the settings and paths match the ones on the old server!


  • Moderator

    On the old one go to Images and then choose Export Images.

    You would download a csv file, import that file on the new server (delete the images you created, the file will import them)

    Also make sure the folders have the exact same name as before.


 

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