I managed to finish the imaging successfully, however, when trying to deploy the image, although having all correctly configured, it gives this error:
I realy like FOG but my boss is plucking hairs out already XD
I thought of that as well, so I set the passwords to be the same and reviewed the all password settings on the FOG Server.
Only one user had a different password (User: fogstorage on MySQL) and I updated the password to the same one… just in case.
I restarted the image upload now and let’s wait (all 4 hours…) for everything to be in working order.
(To be continued…)
After setting the image capture for a Linux system, everything goes ok (about 4 hours for the capture, nevertheless), however, when the image capturing is finished, everything goes OK up to the database update. There goes with the same error as the following image:
I already checked access details, services and firewall/IPTables. Everything is correct and still comes back with that error.
Some help please? Any other ideas??
@Tom-Elliott Perfect. You can mark this topic as “Solved”.
@Tom-Elliott Yes I did set the password after. I don’t know what went wrong with it, but after the installation finished, I ran through the configurations (and its passwords), in order to verify if everything was ok.
Anyway, all ok and going to test the image capture/deployment tasks.
Thanks a bunch.
@Tom-Elliott That solved it. But this issue occurred after the default automated installation.
For now, this is only a test server. Later on, if everything going ok, it will be implemented on a production environment. Hope everything goes ok from here.
Thanks a lot for your help!
@Tom-Elliott No. Alphanumeric only.
Yes. And the password is the correct one set on the php file.
FOG version: 1.3.0-RC-21
OS: Ubuntu 16.04
Firewall: disabled (no ufw, no iptables)
I installed FOG on a Virtualbox virtual machine on a Windows 10 (ugh… don’t ask…) host.
After the instalation of FOG, when accessing for the first time through Web UI, the following error appears:
“Your database connection appears to be invalid. FOG is unable to communicate with the database. There are many reasons why this could be the case. Please check your credentials in /var/www/fog/lib/fog/config.class.php. Also confirm that the database is indeed running. If credentials are correct, and if the Database service is running, check to ensure your filesystem has enough space.”
MySQL is up and running. Credentials are correct on config.class.php file. Database is working (that goes without saying) and the server is newly installed with only 22% of the hard drive occupied.
Anyone else had the same issue?