Hi, I am trying to find option to stop rebooting after image is deployed. Is there some option to set reboot/wait/wait time limit?
I am looking to have storage node running together with FOG service for cca up to 50-100 clients. The target is to have big capacity (>10TB per HDD), 2-4bays and 1U, max 2U rack format with depth up to 31 cm.
Very similar to my requirements is RackStation RS1219+ (2U, depth 30 cm). It is not platform independent and also not cheap so therefore i am looking for different product where can i setup own Debian.
I am looking for short-depth rackmount (ideally 4-bay) server for FOG instalation.
Best I found is Synology Rackstation but it comes with own OS (DSM), is not cheap etc.
Do you have some tips for similar hardware, platform independent?
I am trying to capture/deploy from Intel RST (220.127.116.1175) RAID volumes. Problem is that no drives are detecting by the FOS.
Checked booting with following options not success.
Host Kernel Arguments: mdraid=true
When boot in debug mode and cat /proc/mdstat - nothing, also lsblk and blkid shows nothing.
Tested also with non RAID drive and it works correctly.
All is working well, but only booting tells me: Could not mount images folder - wrong IP setting
Where can i change the IP address?
I checked fog config, interfaces, dnsmasq, web config, rerun of ./install.sh and still getting wrong IP. This IP 192.168.15.100 was correct in previus configuration, now will have to be 10.0.0.150.
Sure, so i am asking you what can be wrong. I know that is not any magic.
I can connect to DB with the same user/password like used in config files. Its a fresh install of Debian and FOG. Something is wrong.
When i reinstalled with ./installfog.sh -y, schema was upgraded correctly and it works.