I know it’s been a while since I posted this announcement, but I’ve been kind of keeping up with @Sebastian-Roth with his code changes with 1.5.5 and how they apply to 1.6 as well.
Remember, for the most part, the backend side of FOG is staying the same with as minimal of changes as I can. What this means, is many of things in terms of overall performance and functionality that has been going into 1.5.5 can be relatively simple to apply to 1.6.
There are some caveats to this though. But I think things are looking much better than they had from the initial posting of this.
I know it’s the holiday season and I hope everybody enjoys it. I think this is all the more reason to apply the post so it can be viewed a little more readily.
Thank you all.
@jmason said in Dell 7730 precision laptop deploy GPT error message:
Ubuntu showed the behavior on the 3rd with lsblk and 5th reboot with dmesg, while reboot 7 was different than all previous, I’ll move on to the other 2 ISOs next.
Since this issue is happening with a commercial versions of linux… I wonder if there is any value in calling Dell tech support? This could be the linux kernel doing this, or it could be the uefi firmware. I think you have enough evidence to say its either the hardware, uefi, or the linux kernel doing it. Your ubuntu test doesn’t use the latest kernel, but FOG does so you have a range of kernels where this problem exists.
Hi @Tom-Elliott again,
We found who does the query XD accidentaly. If you access to the host edit page, the query is made. For example:
Then, every time a technician accesses the page of a host, my server is freezed XD. The problem is the hostLoginHistory() function which is called by edit() function in line 3257 from hostmanagementpage.class.php.