Network and Classroom Management Thread, FOG NFS woes in Technical; The IP address of the fog server had to be changed, and now when the client machine tries to mount ...
20th August 2009, 10:38 AM #1
FOG NFS woes
The IP address of the fog server had to be changed, and now when the client machine tries to mount the NFS volume on the server it keeps looking at the old IP address.
Everything else works fine; DHCP assigns an address to the client, which then can grab pxelinux.0 and perform tasks. However, when uploading the partition image it now reports the error of being unable to mount the nfs volume at the old IP address.
I've changed the address of the default node in the storage management section, so is there anywhere else that I'd need to edit to get it working?
13th October 2009, 12:32 PM #2
Hi there....I'm having exactly the same problem...did you happen to get this issue resolved??
13th October 2009, 12:37 PM #3
Sorted it.....edited Storage Node....should have figured....
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