@maverick2041 can you post the full log or at least the last 2 full iterations of checks? That should give us more context.
Posts made by Tom Elliott
RE: Failure in Capturing an image
The fixes we put in place where 2 fold.
First we put in the fix to address the issue of RAW imaging not passing a partition for partprobe. This was handled by passing a variable to test if the image is raw or not. If it’s raw, the flag gets set and the function returns the disk as it was sent to the function.
Second we are using a more implicit means to return the disk when the partition information is passed.
The only real difference that I’m seeing here, is that the 0.3.12 partclone doesn’t like doing the the translation.
THis is okay, leave your post init script in place. Edit the funcs.sh file and remove the -a0 (or -a1 if this is still in place) from the file.
Download the proper inits again using:
wget -O /var/www/fog/service/ipxe/init.xz https://fogproject.org/inits/init.xz wget -O /var/www/fog/service/ipxe/init_32.xz https://fogproject.org/inits/init_32.xz
Then you should be all set. The init’s will have the proper funcs.sh for 0.2.89 partclone as well as the changes that were in the init’s you downloaded from our dev server.
RE: Backing up database Failed on install
@Rogsninja What is the “latest version of fog”?
Did you pull from master? If so then you’re running a version that isn’t going to install properly on CentOS 8 as it was released before CentOS 8 was released, and some things changed between CentOS 7 and 8 that required changes.
As you are installing from git, you can change the branch to dev-branch by running:
cd /your/path/to/git/fogproject git checkout dev-branch git pull cd bin ./installfog.sh -y
RE: FOG 1.6, identified problems
@lebrun78 You should be able to update and have these items added to the hosts in question. I know it’s not displaying all the modules that are set on all hosts yet, but it does appear to be removing and adding the modules as needed. There is another minor issue that I’m still trying to narrow down, but it should still work at the least now.