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Sorry to take so long to get back to you.
I didn't even realize this until digging through xcatdsklspost, but your
management node needs to be sharing out /install via ftp. I'm assuming xcat
sets this up because I don't remember setting that up manually. The following
line is from xcatdsklspost:
wget -l inf -N -r --waitretry=10 --random-wait --retry-connrefused -t 0 -T 60
ftp://$SIP/postscripts 2> /tmp/wget.log
$SIP is obtained earlier in the script from some dhcp information.
The next line is where your screenshot shows the first error:
mv $SIP/postscripts/* /xcatpost;
The wget command should try forever until it downloads everything under
ftp://$SIP/postscripts. The fact that you are getting past wget, but the move
is failing for $SIP/postscripts/* makes me think you don't have anything under
ftp://$SIP/postscripts. Can you try using a normal ftp client to browse
ftp://172.20.101.140/postscripts? It may be that the ftp server is sharing
out the wrong directory.
On Friday March 25, 2011, John Ma wrote:
> I made some progress, but stuck again. This time at the reboot of the
> machine being captured. The machine apparently cannot find postscripts.
> Any idea about how to fix it or what to try next?
> I placed partimageng in /install/postscripts on our VCL (web, db, and mgt
> code) server - Blade14 (172.20.101.140). The machine being captured is
> blade08 (172.20.101.80).
> Here is the screenshot:
> Here is the pxe boot config file:
> [root@blade14 ~]# cat /tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg/blade08
> #image image-x86-centos5image-blade08mar2466-v0
> DEFAULT xCAT
> LABEL xCAT
> KERNEL xcat/image/x86/vmlinuz
> APPEND initrd=xcat/image/x86/initrd.img
> image=/install/image/x86/centos5image-blade08mar2466-v0.img blocks=512
> action=save installnic=eth0 reboot noipv6
> IPAPPEND 2
> [root@blade14 ~]#
> John Ma
> Marist College
> From: Josh Thompson <josh_thomp...@ncsu.edu>
> To: email@example.com
> Date: 03/22/2011 12:15 PM
> Subject: Re: VCL2.2 + xCAT2.5 on bladecenter
North Carolina State University
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