Yes they are assigned
same with http and https
Hello honorable community!
I have a problem installing a FOG 1.5.5. The error message is
Copying binaries where needed … failed
I have a proxy and have already read what to do then. It did not help. The difference was just that the download error is no longer “download binaries needed failed”, but rather the copying binaries failed.
So I looked at the file with my wireshark at home (forbidden in office)
There´s no data.
I will set up a new fog from scratch and try to WOL the devices. I will report later.
I will upload the file on my homepage later.
@Deimos What do you mean by file is crashed. The dump file is not ascii readable text but a binary format. You need to load that in wireshark for example. Or upload to your gdrive/dropbox and post a link so we can have a look.
It´s only 1KB and the message after stopping the process is
Last login: Fri Feb 16 08:28:52 2018 from CLIENT.DOMAIN
[root@fog-sig-bund-de ~]# sudo tcpdump -w /tmp/wol.pcap
tcpdump: listening on nflog, link-type NFLOG (Linux netfilter log messages), cap ture size 262144 bytes
^C0 packets captured
0 packets received by filter
0 packets dropped by kernel
I am not sure if this is expected.
So, now none of the clients are booting with WOL.
Restarted service FOGMulticastManager.
tcpdump doesn´t make any other log either.
The command tcpdump -w /tmp/wol.pcap port 9 doesn´t work. Error message:
“NFLOG link-layer type filtering not implemented.”
With command tcpdump -w /tmp/wol.pcap it works.
But the file is crashed.
Content: "ÔÃ²¡ ï "
I´ll try again and wait till the four WOL-working clients are deploying.
Today is test day.
I have five devices where WOL used to work, and five devices that do not mess with WOL. I will group these together and then start a multicast task with the processes mentioned by @SebastianRoth in the background.
Also I will test a multicast WOL with our HP ProBooks 650G1.
A simple test environment did not make things easier. All 6 computers have deployed via WOL in multicast without difficulty.
Previously, when multicast with about 25 computers some have failed at the WOL, and I can´t say what it might have been. All computers have identical settings in the BIOS, all had the same image history etc.
I’ll keep working on it.
Maybe it´s still a 1.4.0 problem. I’m a little bit scared to update the FOG, because failure would have serious consequences and work, and there’s really no time for it.