I know this is probably a simple fix and it’s just eluding me right now. I just finished installing fog 1.2.0 on my CentOS 7 server. I can access the management page from the fogserver itself. However, whenever I try to access it from any other computer it doesn’t load (Page cannot be displayed). Both ways via IP address. I can ping the fogserver and get replies. Any assistance would be appreciated.
Posts made by SuP3R_Ch1cKeN
Web Management Page
VM PXE boot issue
FOG works great for real machines. I’m attempting to create a VM image using HyperV. When it PXE boots it gives the following error:
Could not configure console: No such file or directory
Could not boot: No such file or directory
Could not boot: No
Then it goes to the VHD
Lock Host Definitions
It could be helpful if you could set a lock on specific hosts individually or via a group. This lock would prevent any changes made to the host definition even if selected to be deleted or modified. Just a thought to prevent accidents which a few times I’ve had to correct. Going around to 50+ computers to reregister them in a call center can be kind of annoying.
PXE permission denied
I rebuilt my FOG server on CentOS everything on the web side seems fine and working properly. However, when i PXE boot any of my machines it gives me a PXE-T00: Permission denied error. I didn’t have this issue with Ubuntu.
I have FOG 1.0.1 and CentOS 6.4
Deploy fails after MBR no errors
I have a very similar issue with imaging as [URL=‘http://fogproject.org/forum/members/dislikeusernames.24301/’]dislikeusernames[/URL] had in his thread here:
Where an image will go through the deploy process up to the loading the MBR. Then it will say the task is completed and then restart. These images were working last week. In fact everything was working beside the 2 computer models in another post of mine. Also the image is set as Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable).
The only thing that is different is we were having a 0x040ee119 error. Which im not sure what fixed it but I tried all 5 of the undionly.kpxe found here ([url]http://fogproject.org/forum/threads/ipxe-issue.10528/page-2[/url]). I also power cycled the fogserver a few times. Reset the switch the server is connected to and replaced it’s ethernet cable. Then I set the undionly.kpxe back to the original file and the pxe process started working but now the imaging process is broken.
Uploading Image Issue
I’ve uploaded a few images already with no problems. I have Ubuntu 14.04 and Fog 1.0.1.
During the upload process the Mounting File System gives the following error:
mount: mounting 172.16.8.92:/images/dev/ on /images failed: Operation not supported
Any help resolving this would be appreciated.
Host Registration Issue
I have a laptop (HP ProBook 4440S) and we are using fog 1.0.1. We can PXE boot it and do a full registration no problem. The Host shows up in the Host management and everything. However, when we pxe boot it again it states that it’s unregistered. We have several other machine (none of the same model) that work with no problems. This is making it impossible to pull an image from this computer. Also verified that the MAC address matches what is in the Host Management table.