Sounds like a cool idea. Of course you know there’s steps in the wiki for changing IPs, and also the tool that does it for you. I don’t know what the event looks like, but maybe you can record your presentation and put it on YouTube.
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RE: Multiple tasks running consecutively for the same host
@vishalthejigsaw What’s the end-goal here? Snapins? And you should think about SnapinPacks. Put all your stuff into one SnapinPack and then run that on a schedule. Documentation here: https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=SnapinPacks
RE: Storage node size
I’m guessing you’re running either Fedora, CentOS, or RHEL. These red-hat based OSs setup a 50GB
/partition by default. In our tutorials for these, there are partitioning recommendations with videos that you can follow to set it up right.
RE: FOG Client version
@Florent See this for documentation: https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=FOG_Client
You should be using the new fog client, the one that came with your fog server.
The latest FOG Client release looks to be 0.11.16 (as of Janurary 2019).
RE: Circumnavigate fog user issues
One of many examples of people getting mixed up by this: https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/12810/after-installing-fog-i-seem-to-get-locked-out-of-ubuntu
RE: Snapin name
@maouu This tool will re-number your snapin IDs to start at 1 again. Normally, this is not used when you only have one snapin though… It’s normally used when you have created & deleted hundreds of snapins over years, and want a more sane numbering.
RE: New FOG Server setup
This tool will help you along: https://github.com/FOGProject/fog-community-scripts/tree/master/updateIP
RE: New FOG Testing dashboard. Feedback?
I think the way to provide the last successful logs is links, and just keep all these dashboards, and to use html includes with JS.
This dashboard is being hosted from an s3 bucket and has no ability to do server side processing. Thus, it’s all gotta be in links or JS.
I’m thinking another column between
Install Outputthat links to the dashboard where that particular test was last successful. And overall,
index.htmlwill just load up the latest dashboard using JS.