"Could not find a Storage Node in this group, is there one enabled?"

  • Server
    • FOG Version: 1.3.0-RC26
    • OS: Centos7
    • Service Version: N/A
    • OS: Windows 7

    When attempting to deploy an image onto an HP Elitedesk 705 G2 Mini, I get the following error:

    *Attempting to check in......Failed
    *Could not find a Storage node in this group, is there one enabled?
    *Attempting to check in ....Failed

    This repeats endlessly until I shut the PC down.

    In FOG, the host is in a group with a storage node in it. Not sure what else needs to be done to get it to deploy correctly.

    Edit: I can get around this problem by deleting all the entries in the Location plugin, but that’s no good because I need to image a PC where this storage node is local and the DB server is remote, and would take hours.

    Edit 2: I deleted the storage node, and the storage group and reinstalled FOG and recreated the storage node, same error.

  • @Tom-Elliott said in "Could not find a Storage Node in this group, is there one enabled?":

    which would explain the “is one enabled” message.

    This is a higher than normal brought up message on the forums recently. Perhaps not on bug-scale but it is higher than average. I’m hoping these issues go away with RC-27’s fixes whenever that is released.

  • Senior Developer

    I found a couple bugs that went unnoticed due to failsafe controls. They have been fixed in the working branch. I believe the issue would’ve only appeared in location plugin gathering of data though which would explain the “is one enabled” message.

  • Finally got it to work by moving the storage node to a different one, turning it off as a master, then creating a location for that node specifically in the Locations plugin.

    Still, not sure why my initial setup stopped working. This will do for now, but hopefully I can get it figured out. If anyone can provide some direction, please let me know.

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