I had actually done all 3 of those things with no luck. I ended up getting the root MySQL account password removed and updated the files again to use root with no password and all of the sudden, everything worked.
Posts made by Derek Boyer
RE: Multicasting Issues
I also have teamed NICs, I don’t know if that would cause an issue or not.
I am using a Dell PowerEdge 2800 running FOG 0.32 and Ubuntu 12.04.1 and the 2 builtin adapters. If anyone has any ideas, it would be greatly appreciated, I can provide you with any additional information that you need to assist in troubleshooting.
I have tried the solutions that I can find on this forum, and I cannot get multicasting to work. I have verified that the 2 config files are set properly, and I have no issues with unicast, the web interface, or even accessing the mysql database from the machine itself. Yet, I still get
[COLOR=#333333] Failed to connect to database server, will try again in next iteration.[/COLOR]
[FONT=Tahoma]in my multicast log files. Anyone have any ideas on where to go next?[/FONT]
RE: Error installing fog .32 on fedora: cannot start service nfs
I also had to disable selinux and the firewall in addition to the steps provided in the post from sam-white to get it to install properly. After I did all of those steps, everything worked fine and I have been using that server for about a month now.
RE: Strange Issue on Vista | Random restarts and logged in as SYSTEM
I am having the exact same issue, did you ever find a solution?
RE: Feature Request: 'Rename Host in FOG database' option on the PXE menu
I would absolutely love to have that feature as I name my machines in a similar fashion. There have been times when I have deployed a previously decommissioned machine to find out while trying to register that it is already in the database.
RE: Kernal 3.2.4?
I find it easier to just sudo the moving and renaming commands to get the job done instead of changing the permissions
move the new kernel in place
sudo mv /WHERE/YOUR/DOWNLOAD/IS/SAVED/kernelfilename /tftpboot/fog/kernel
rename the old kernel
sudo mv /tftpboot/fog/kernel/bzImage /tftpboot/fog/kernel/bzImage.old
rename the new kernel
sudo mv /tftpboot/fog/kernel/kernelfilename /tftpboot/fog/kernel/bzImage
RE: What do you have FOG running on?
fog 0.32, Fedora 16
Dell PowerEdge 2800
2x 3.0GHz Dual Core Xenon
4x 73GB 10,000rpm HDDs in RAID 5
Network is mostly 10/100 with select switches slowly being upgraded to 10/100/1000 to match the backbone.
99% of workstations are running Windows XP (remainder is Windows 7)
Currently have about 500 machines used with FOG and a couple hundred that I still rely on ghost to image until I get around to building a custom kernel with all of the appropriate drivers.