@ciprian you said that when you set it up that eth1 was what you were using as the dedicated imaging nic, but it is set to eth0. Can you try changing that setting to eth1 and let us know if that works?
I run my fog server on an old dedicated HP microserver with 2 separate 4 TB disks in it. A dedicated network with a 1GB dedicated switch, no uplinks. 2 USB disks are plugged in to backup to, but not even mounted.10 clients only on the dedicated network, nothing else except a couple of routers.
What speeds would you expect me to get? When all 10 servers are imaging I get 98mb which makes sense, call it 100mb, 10 clients gives 1gb through put.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to speed it up? Imaging down is taking 4 hours for a 50 gb image? All the clients are then completing their images within a minute of each other.
This is a bug that is fixed in my nightly builds (as seen by @Uncle-Frank 's link). For now you should be able to add a space infront of
“C:\tmp” in your “Snapin Arguments” field. Hopefully that should serve as a hot-fix.
I have already tried to add space before argument, but it is ignored, maybe because of html interpretation ?