Multicast Fedora24



  • Server
    • FOG Version: 1.3.0-RC19 SVN 6003
    • OS: Fedora 24 Server
    Client
    • Service Version: -
    • OS: Windows7

    For testing , i try a multicast-deploy to a group with one host. It seems to me, that FOG don´t start the multicast.
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    0_1478248873532_Multi2.jpg

    Is the green window ok? Under FOG 1.2 were in this window a lists of hosts.

    On the client side:

    0_1478249267967_Multi3.jpg

    Regards Christian


  • Senior Developer

    So I found the issue.

    I had two commands side by side accidentally on the schema update.

    Please forget my other postings and run from mysql:

    ALTER TABLE `fog`.`multicastSessions` CHANGE `msAnon1` `msIsDD` INTEGER NOT NULL;'
    

    This should fix the issue you are seeing into the future.

    I’m also added this to the schema so those still with the issue will have it fixed relatively shortly.

    This would have only happened on fresh installs between (I think, RC-16 and 19). I’ll double check, and I’m sorry about missing it.



  • @Tom-Elliott Thank you very much!!! Now it works great!


  • Senior Developer

    So I found the issue.

    I had two commands side by side accidentally on the schema update.

    Please forget my other postings and run from mysql:

    ALTER TABLE `fog`.`multicastSessions` CHANGE `msAnon1` `msIsDD` INTEGER NOT NULL;'
    

    This should fix the issue you are seeing into the future.

    I’m also added this to the schema so those still with the issue will have it fixed relatively shortly.

    This would have only happened on fresh installs between (I think, RC-16 and 19). I’ll double check, and I’m sorry about missing it.


  • Senior Developer

    The \G is on purpose, it makes the display much “neater” especially when dealing with many columns.


  • Senior Developer

    @Christian Can you get the output of:

    describe table `fog`.`multicastSessions`\G
    describe table `fog`.`multicastSessionsAssoc`\G
    select * from `fog`.`multicastSessions` where `msState` NOT IN ('4','5')\G
    select * from `fog`.`multicastSessionsAssoc`\G


  • @Wayne-Workman its a new, fresh installation . i work with a VM with Fedora 21 and FOG 1.2 and everything works fine. Now i try a new installation on a seperate vm with Fedora 24 and Fog 1.3. So at the moment FOG 1.2 is for work and 1.3 is for testing. I hope i can use 1.3 soon.



  • @Christian Is this a new server build or a preexisting one? If preexisting, has multicast ever worked in your environment with this server?



  • @Tom-Elliott i have done it, but the problem still exists. I think the FogMulticastService is ok, but the creation of an mutlicast-task fails


  • Senior Developer

    Please try this:

    systemctl stop FOGMulticastManager FOGImageReplicator FOGSnapinReplicator FOGPingHosts FOGScheduler
    rm -rf /opt/fog/{etc,service}
    rm -rf /var/www/{html/,}fog
    rm -rf /home/*.BACKUP # IF YOU WANT TO KEEP THESE MOVE THEM OFF /home
    

    Rerun the installer.

    Then you can check if the service started properly (and of course restart the Clients (or shut them down first)).



  • command udp-sender shows:
    @Christian 0_1478271537250_Multi4.jpg


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