Attempting to check in Failed
- FOG Version: Latest
- OS: CentOS 7
- Service Version:
I am trying to deploy an image to a server but i am getting “Attempting to check in Failed”
I have no idea what is going on, i havent seen this issue before.
I have now solved the issue.
It was on multiple vlans which was confusing it, i needed to set it to the single vlan member.
Thank you very much Tom.
You might try updating the kernel to 4.9.4 though. I can’t say it will or won’t work as I don’t know the information of that computer, but maybe the newer kernel will “just work”?
@Chrisjmuk What do you mean? I don’t seeing it connecting to FOG at all.
If you mean iPXE allows the system to boot, that is a whole different ball game from Linux itself.
@Tom-Elliott Strange, if that was the case how come it can connect to fog and load that information?
Do you have any ideas what would cause this?
It looks to me like the network is not available. I say this because the “Version:” is blank in the pic you provided. If it could actually reach the FOG server, you should see 1.3.3 there.
I have just deployed another image to a Hyper-V and worked perfect.
I am not sure what the issue is when deploying to this physical.
Forgot to add. i am using the latest version
Running Version: 1.3.3
bzImage Version: 4.9.1
bzImage32 Version: 4.9.1