Downloading a HDD image to PCIe SSD
I’m tring to download an image to a HP Z-Turbo 256GB G2 PCIe ssd, FOG see the drive but can’t write to it “error exit” then “No surch drive or directory”.
In debug mode with lsblk I see /dev/nvme0n1.
The image I’m downloading came from a HDD, could it be a problem? This image work fine when I download it to HDD and SSD on the same computer.
My problem is solved now, i’v updated Fog.
Don’t work to but I’v find this:
"First add the proxy with:
Then put in /etc/sudoers:
Create file /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/proxyPerso.conf
And it work!
Then I have a lot of fail with installing package, if I install them manualy will it work fine?
This is what I have in my bashrc profile for my site.
Where 192.168.1.2 is the proxy server and 192.168.1.88 is the fog server ip address.
Since it appears you are using ubuntu you may need to configure apt to use your proxy server. In my case I use rhel and I have to add a proxy command to the yum.conf file.
@Lenain try setting the proxy variable inline with the installer.
http_proxy='proxyip:proxyport' ./installfog.sh -y
Thanks for your help, while installation I have an error:
We have a proxy so I set “export http_proxy=proxy_ip:port_number” in /etc/profile and /etc/bash.bashrc but still don’t work :’(
@Lenain simplest approach would be updating. http://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Upgrade_to_trunk
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Yes I use 1.2.0 version… So I have to update? How do i do?
No I don’t set the disk in web gui, should I?
I’m using “4.1.2 TomElliott” kernel
@Lenain As Quazz said it would be good to know which version of FOG you use. There have been many changes in the code to support this kind of disks in the last months. So if you still use FOG 1.2.0 it won’t work for sure. Best if you run the latest release candidate.
Did you set
/dev/nvme0n1as disk device for that host in the host configuration (web gui)?
What FOG version are you running?