Thank you Ben, just updating, simply comment de bind address on my.cnf solves the issue.
Posts made by Troy
RE: Storage node testing and disk information not displayed
SWAP partition not recognized after imaging
I’m using fog to image in almost a hundred machines and everything is really working fine until I found that the swap partition isn’t recognized just on the imaged machines.
The df -l lists me the swap partition but the free command shows me zero bytes for swap. I think it’s probably a fstab issue with the uuid of the swap partition, but I couldn’t find the solution.
A workaround for this and what I intend to do is to create a file and use it as swap partition, the steps are:
[SIZE=15px][COLOR=#222222][FONT=Courier 10 Pitch][B]# dd if=/dev/zero of=/swap01 bs=1024 count=1024000[/B][/FONT][/COLOR][/SIZE]
[COLOR=#222222][SIZE=15px][FONT=Courier 10 Pitch][B]# chmod 600 /swap01[/B][/FONT][/SIZE][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#222222][SIZE=15px][FONT=Courier 10 Pitch][B]# mkswap /swap01[/B][/FONT][/SIZE][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#222222][SIZE=15px][FONT=Courier 10 Pitch][B]# swapon /swap01[/B][/FONT][/SIZE][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#222222][SIZE=15px][FONT=Courier 10 Pitch][B]# gedit /etc/fstab [/B][/FONT][/SIZE][/COLOR]
adding in the fstab file (/swap01 swap swap defaults 0 0)
I appreciate if anyone knows a solution to activate the swap file without this workaround.
Deploy only working with the original machine... Why??
Iḿ trying FOG with the server on a ubuntu 11.10 and imaging machines with ubuntu 11.10 EXT3. Everything works fine, the upload and the deploy, but the image deploying only works on the machine that the original image was uploaded. I can’t figure out what could be the problem.
My impressions about the software are the best, great sofware, congratulations.
RE: SWAP partition not recognized after imaging
[quote=“Hunter, post: 9658, member: 1221”]Apparently Fog doesn’t recognize the SWAP file. (See these posts: [url]http://fogproject.org/forum/threads/cant-upload-linux-image-caixa-magica-16.503/[/url] & [url]http://fogproject.org/forum/threads/deploying-linux.3776/[/url] ) I would like to learn more about how you are or intend to deploy Linux, as I am working on a similar project.[/quote]
The swap partition still there on a primary partition but is not activated because of the UUID on fstab. There is a way to activate it but do this on several machines will become unproductive, so the steps that I’ve mentioned I think are the best way to make the swap working.
What exactly you need to know about linux deploying?
RE: Very confused
[quote=“brian_, post: 9270, member: 2729”]lawl. just ask someone who knows. my new issue is when i try to make a basic upload task it doesn’t do anything. it doesn’t say it was made or anything[/quote]
If you are imaging a ubuntu SO do a fsck.ext3 in the original machine with a live cd and try to upload again.
RE: 2 problems
[quote=“chad-bisd, post: 3078, member: 18”]ok. I got clamav to work on my Fog 0.32 server. It might have been easier to get healthcare reform legislation passed in the US, but it’s done.
I had to add the PPA package source to apt, remove the old clamav on the server, install the new one from PPA. Expand the init.gz that fog uses, update the hosts and freshclam.conf files, and make symbolic links to the virus databases in the root of my web server. If anyone wants specifics, I’ll explain, but it’s quitting time and my butt hurts from working on this for 4 hours.[/quote]
I’m having the same problem, so I removed the clamav, installed from PPA. Still not working (as I though) so could you post in the very short way the steps:
- Expand the init.gz that fog uses
- update the hosts and freshclam.conf files
- make symbolic links to the virus databases in the root of my web server
so we can keep trying.
RE: Deploy only working with the original machine... Why??
Two very importante things that I’ve experienced:
- Wipe the disk before the image
- Run FSCK if the image is not uploading properly
Now seems to be working well in all hardwares.