SOLVED Cannot update from 1.3 RC-10 to RC-11

  • Server
    • FOG Version: 1.3 RC-10
    • OS: Ubuntu 14.04
    • Service Version: N/A
    • OS: N/A

    When running the installation script, it says I need to install/update the database schema, but when you open the FOG console it doesn’t prompt you to do anything. The banner at the top says I am still on RC-10. I also noticed that the top of the installation script says I am installing RC-10, but I assumed that was just something that was missed, as a “git pull” shows that I’m on “working-RC-11.”

    Once I’m done, it still says

    Running Version: 1.3.0-RC-10
      Your verson of FOG is up to date.

    If it wasn’t for git telling me I’m on the current RC-11 I would think that I wasn’t. My only thought is that perhaps the sql update portion is failing for some reason, but I can’t find anything in the error log that would indicate why.

  • Moderator

    @apathetic_admin I recommend doing the SQL query Wayne suggested instead.

    UPDATE `hosts` SET `hostEnforce`='1';

  • @Wayne-Workman I’ve got 150 workstations to rename today and I need this fixed:

    I was going to just make the change that Tom suggested but I can’t find what he wants us to change.

    Edit: I’m on RC-11 now, issue seems to be resolved, or so I am being told by a guy on my team.

  • The installer always tells you to visit the web interface to install/update the database schema, whether there’s an update or it’s needed - or not. The mentions of RC-11 that you’re seeing are on a completely different branch. While you’re welcome to try the other branch, the Devs and I would recommend against it unless you’re in a dire situation - which I don’t think you are in right now.

    If you’re tired of being prompted about the db update - start running the installer like this, it’ll take care of that for you automatically:
    ./ -y

  • @Quazz I’d think if I pulled it down then I’d be able to install it.

  • Moderator

    It will always say to update the database scheme, even if it’s not necessary, you can just continue.

    I’m not 100% sure, but I believe you will not be on RC11 unless it’s specifically instructed to install that, since it’s still being worked on and not ready for release.