I updated to the new SVN (3587) and the problem is gone.
MAC addresses are now imported from the CSV. Thanks!
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Can't find network interface - kernel
We are trying to pxe boot a Lenovo Thinkpad L390 yoga with the Lenovo Thinkpad USB-C Dock Gen 2 .
PXE Boot works fine and i am able to select ‘Deploy Image’ from the fog menu.
After that i’m getting an error =>
Starting enp0s31f6 interface and waiting for the link to come up
No link detected on enp0s31f16 for 35 sec
faild to get an ip via DHCP tried on interfaces enp0s31f16
I can’t seem to find any debug data or change the network interface of the kernel …
I am running FOG 220.127.116.11 with kernel 4.19.64 .
RE: Host registration => Doesn't start image
This is the error in the logs :
[Fri Sep 30 15:02:46.010347 2016] [:error] [pid 1403] [client 192.168.21.6:47052] PHP Fatal error: Call to a member function isValid() on string in /var/www/html/fog/lib/fog/host.class.php on line 1836
Host registration => Doesn't start image
When we are running the “Perform Full Host Registration and Inventory” and select Yes to “Would you like to deploy image to this computer now?” give the username and PWD reboot, the computer doesn’t start to image but gives the basic PXE screen. (Boot to hard disk , Run Memtest , …)
In RC 10 this worked normally …
Thanks in advance!
- FOG Version: 1.3.0-RC-11
- OS: Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS
Empty Slots not correct
We are running Fog 1.3 RC8 on Ubuntu 14.04.
Yesterday we were deploying to 44 computers (unicast) and noticed that the value of the queue is not correct.
The value of the queue stays at : No open slots, There are 0 before me…
The functionality of the queue is correct , there are 10 slots and when one computer is done the next computer gets the slot.
Just a minor bug :)
[SVN3591] Kernel Panic VMWare Machine
With the update 3591 i’m not able to upload any image from my virtual machine.
I get a kernel panic after the loading of bz.image and init.xz.
Also i am not getting any problems (kernel panics) from physical hosts
VMWare Workstation 11 - Intel E1000e