@george1421 I received my fixed IP from the sysadmin and I redid the installation. Everything is working perfectly now. I really thought the error was coming from mysql
I really appreciate the help you have given me. Thanks!
I did not pay attention to this package because on the installation of 5 fog server, it is the only two who have this problem. So after installing the package the problem related to SSL CA is corrected, thank you for pointing out this error to me. But another error is blocking me. Here are the screens, I understand that the error comes from php but is there a link with an error on mariaDB?
The error is saying “Backing up Database … Failed!”
I’m sorry if my problems may seem silly.
I installed an LXC with Debian on two sectors on which I wanted to install a Fog server. Except that the installation closes when it has to create the SSL CA. The same error appears on both sides.
So I tried using ./installfog.sh -C -K but it didn’t work. I also tried to remove the ssl and CA file before recreating the keys.
So I thought that I should test with version 1.5.8 but here another error in mariaDB which prevents me from passing the password. The first installation asks me for a password which I give it and stops at SSL CA. The following installations stop when I give them the password from the first installation.
Here are some screens that would be useful for you :
If you have a solution for fog 1.5.7 or 1.5.8 I would appreciate it.
Thank you for the explanations I understand better how it works.
Do you have a tutorial on where and how to modify / use the locate plugin? This part is still a little fuzzy.
How do i assign a location to a host? This function will be available once the plugin is added?! At the moment I don’t see it in the management of hosts on the FOG web interface.
To be sure, only the FOG server must be in master? can storage nodes remain in slave on the other network?
Here is my setup.
I have a Fog Serveur (Debian10 172.16.20.87) in a main building using the DHCP from this building and we have some others buildings where i would like to put some storage (Debian10 127.17.20.87). These storages would allow the deployment of the images they can take in the Fog Server of the main building so that it doesn’t take up all the bandwidth of the entire network.
Here is what i would like to have.
So here are my questions
Thank you for your answers!
Sorry i was not present due to my work.
I looked at the logs as suggested and noticed that the fog ip could not be accessed.
I think it’s because of the local DHCP to which I wanted to attach the FOG. I have a second FOG in a closed network with a fixed IP and this one has no problem when restarting.
So I think that the local DHCP to which I do not have access gives it a dynamic IP and this makes access to the database inaccessible after a reboot.
I have followed this tutorial (https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/Integrating_FOG_into_an_Existing_Network) but should I do something more?
I’m not very familiar with Debian so I’m asking for help.
I installed a FOG server. Everything was fine on the first installation.
But when I turned the fog server off and back on I couldn’t access it anymore.
So I tried to re-run the installation and it stops when the message “Updating database … failed!” appears
I don’t use any proxy and i got the same error with and without password on the root account for mysql
Anything I can do here? Thanks !