Finally got it working!

My FTP settings on my FreeNAS box were not correct. I had to add a user to the FTP service called fog with the password used for the management console.

Of course, when I say working, I mean the upload portion. I now get a permission denied error when trying to send an image to a system.

So if I run it with Capone, it says [code]mount: <ipaddress>:/images/ failed, reason given by server: permission denied

mount: mounting <ipaddress>:/images/ on /images failed :Bad file descriptor[/code]

I have two storage nodes setup like suggested, following the instructions listed in this thread by icarus.

When I deploy an image, it tries to load the image off of defaultmember, which fails, then it tries to load off of my second storage node, which works fine, loads as it should.

Why does Capone fail, but host deploying work?


When typing [code]sudo exportfs -a[/code]

I get the following:

[code]exportfs: Warning: /images/dev does not support NFS export.
exportfs: Warning: /images does not support NFS export.[/code]

My /etc/exports looks like
[code]/images *(ro,sync,no_wdelay,insecure_locks,no_root_squash,insecure,no_subtree_check)
/images/dev *(rw,sync,no_wdelay,no_root_squash,insecure,no_subtree_check)[/code]

Sorry if it feels like I am hijacking this thread, not trying to, just didn’t think my issue deserved a whole new thread.