The total is different and the rights on default.ipxe (3th row) different user aswell.
Do you spot anything that’s obviously wrong?
I have one FOG server; when i boot from network(legacy nic) on a Hyper-v server, i can’t seem to get past the “initialising devices…” screen.
I have another FOG server in a different location that works fine on hyper-v, the difference being:
On both DHCP servers i use undionly.kpxe as the boot file name.
EDIT: when i set the fog1 as boot server in dhcp option on my first location, it works just fine, so it would seem it has something to do with the VM on my other hyperv, so far the only difference is that the configuration version is 9.0, the other one is 8.0 … hm
Any suggestions on how to troubleshoot this?
Thanks in advance
I have two standalone fog nodes, each on a different site. I want to automatically sync images from node A to B. What is the best way to do this? Do i need the location plugin for this?
I understand I have to export/import the Images list.
I will only be creating images on node A.
The reason i’m not using a storage node, is cause I want to be able to use fast deploy from both nodes.
EDIT: i don’t want to have to register my hosts
Thanks in advance !
@george1421 Thanks for your reply. i’ll look into a clonezilla and/or a mobile Fog server.
Although people have recommended me to use a standalone fog server for each location and sync the images manual(with rsync,…). As i can’t “fast deploy” with a storage node without registering the devices.
@Baessens Maybe i need to change the UID of my FOG installation? ?
Edit: changed the UDPCAST INTERFACE to eth0, still same problem.
Also, Is this wrong?
ict@fogserver:/images$ ls dev postdownloadscripts Priminfowin10pro lost+found postinitscripts priminfowin10pronewofficekey ict@fogserver:/images$ cd dev ict@fogserver:/images/dev$ ls dev postdownloadscripts
EDIT: re-running the installer seemed to fix the issue.