SOLVED FOG /image storage
I’m now having issues with the /image storage.
I put an additional 500GB drive into the system and mounted the drive under /images/EXT
When changing the default storage node path it seems permissions need to be updated to allow FOG to use the new drive. I keep getting permissions errors. When looking at what the /images/ folder is its set to user #777 which doesn’t seem to exist. Do you guys have a way of doing this? I’m sure it’s pretty easy and I’m just missing something.
Okay. That fixed it. I had already modified what you told me to type. I just never did the /etc/exports. Once I did that it all worked.
Dude, I missed the EXT part.
sudo chmod -R 777 /images/EXT sudo mkdir /images/EXT/dev sudo touch /images/EXT/.mntcheck sudo touch /images/EXT/dev/.mntcheck sudo chmod -R 777 /images sudo chown -R fog:root /images/EXT
Edit the /etc/exports file to change the path and restart the NFS Server once the file is saved.
After running those commands I’m still getting Permission Denied.
What I currently have is 2 Physical Drives. I have the /images under the main which only has 50GB of space and isn’t able to hold more than 1 image.
The other drive I used
mount --bind /media/EXT /images/EXT
I updated the Storage node to reflect /images/EXT and doesn’t seem to be working. Although after running those commands it updated the /images folder to something else so I’m not sure if that folder works now either. The password in the storage node is correct.
You also need to update /opt/fog/.fogsettings images path if I’m not mistaken. Assuming you want this to be your default image storage location and what not.
sudo chmod -R 777 /images sudo chown -R fog:root /images sudo mkdir /images/dev sudo touch /images/.mntcheck sudo touch /images/dev/.mntcheck sudo chmod -R 777 /images