yeah … that patch doesn’t work anymore … any thoughts on how to get this back up and running?
Or would it be better to just rebuild my server with the older version of ubuntu or centos?
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RE: Ubuntu 11.04 distro that "just works" - Here's how
[quote=“Jaymes Driver, post: 12571, member: 3582”]the problem is with the way that ubuntu loads the tftp client, it starts the service too early and an ip address is not assigned.
[B]sudo service tftpd-hpa restart[/B]
or you can put a delay to start the service
edit your /etc/rc.local and include
/bin/sleep30 && /etc/init.d/tftpd-hpa restart
I found a resolve that I keep posting but no one ever tells me if it works or not…
Jaymes … I can say that it works …
Error when deploying images...
So I’m trying to deploy a few images when I started getting this error …
INFO: task flush -8:0:220 blocked for more than 120 seconds…
“echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/hung_task_timeout_secs” disable this message
I have tried both kernel 184.108.40.206 core and kernel 3.2.4 core
RE: Kernel - 3.2.4 Core
I don’t think that there is a way … but if you changed the name of the kernel when you download it you could then switch which kernel you use under the [FONT=Ubuntu][COLOR=#333333]Host Kernel: line … I think that you use /fog/kernel/<name of kernel> in that field to change which one you want to use…[/COLOR][/FONT]
PXE / TFTP issues?
Fog has started to slow way down when booting from the pxe / tftp …
when it boots up from the pxe and tries to load the bzimages to boot up (doesn’t matter if I’m doing an image or if I’m just running inventory) but the computer takes for ever to get the data from the server. So far it will make it and boot up and then run just fine. But waiting 25 mins or more is starting to become an issue.
Is this an issue with my fog install, fog server, or one of the network switches? :confused: