Currently have a fog server setup using and old desktop with centos 7 on it. Just upgraded fog to the current stable level and all is working fine.
Setup a new server with a beefed up desktop running centos 7 on it. Installed the latest stable fog and then went through the migration steps to copy over my images and db to this new server. Looks like everything copied over fine.
After this, i went to change the ip addresses, since the migration copied over all of the old server ip references. Also changed everything in the fog management gui and changed my existing Windows dhcp server to use the new ip address. I think i changed them in all of the locations but when i tried to test it, the client gets an ip address, but then it shows
TFTP for about 4-5 seconds,
then it shows PXE-E11: ARP timeout
PXE-E38: TFTP cannot open connection
PXE-M0F: Exiting PXE ROM
I’ve read and read about this and have troubleshot for 2 days with no luck. Im a very newbie linux person and don’t know anything about it or how to manipulate it with commands except to type from what i read on the screen or a printed out paper. I wanted to try the updateIP.sh script as that seems to say that it will do EVERYTHING for you, BUT cannot for the life of me figure out how to run it. I was able to download it, from github, using curl but when i tried to run it, it said permission denied.
I’ve confused myself over these 2 days so much that i’ve started a fresh install, so i need, what i’m sure is EASY for anyone else, all of the COMPLETE steps to help ease my pain.
Thanks in advance for helping a guy that is linux dumb and LOST.