My setup consists of a re-purposed old server with very minimal local storage. Therefore, I’ve been trying to use a 2TB NFS share (running on a QNAP) to hold the images. I’ve tried mounting this share directly on the /images directory, as well as trying to add it as a Storage Node through the web UI.
In the case of mounting the NFS share directly to the /images directory on the server, I get an error message that states that fog can’t mount the directory of the NFS share to the /images directory when running a capture. This is almost like it is trying to mount it again despite is already being mounted to the /images directory.
In the second case, I attempt to add the IP address and the path to the share as a Storage Node in the web UI (instead of mounting it in the local filesystem like above). With this setup, I get an error message during capturing that states that access is denied when attempting to mount the share to the /images directory. I have verified that the share on the QNAP is wide open to anyone, but I still get an access denied.
Any assistance with setting up an NFS share to be used as the directory for images would be greatly appreciated, or any troubleshooting tips to try to continue on my current errors would also be welcomed.