How To: Make progress bars appear for multiple-partition tasks



  • Hi, yesterday I upload a image file from a PC to FOG and I saw a progress bar in Active Task with the completed task. 15%…25%… a progress bar is below the Active Name.

    This morning I installed a new FOG server with Ubuntu 11 and Fog 0.32, I created a new task to upload a image from other PC with multiple partitions and while the image are uploading I didn’t see the progress bar.

    Progress bar only works with 1 partition or is a installation/configuration problem?

    Thanks by all.


  • Senior Developer

    Progress is shown on all imaging tasks in 1.x.x



  • I tried editing the files myself and using the files provided. Neither worked for me. The image type is Multiple Partition / Single Disk and it is download status that is not showing. We are currently running 0.32

    Does it show the status in 1.2.0?



  • Than[quote=“chad-bisd, post: 33921, member: 18”]make sure if you copy it over, that you check file ownership and permissions before you gzip. You may need to chown and chmod to make it match the other scripts.[/quote]
    Thank you for all of your work on FOG


  • Moderator

    make sure if you copy it over, that you check file ownership and permissions before you gzip. You may need to chown and chmod to make it match the other scripts.


  • Moderator

    Here it is. It’s around line 450, and there are comments. Mine may have some other changes in it, but they are unrelated and do not affect this functionality.

    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/1/1194_fog.progressbar.txt?:"]fog.progressbar.txt[/url]



  • [quote=“chad-bisd, post: 33916, member: 18”]I updated the file manually and it works for me. I have progress bars on multiple partition, single disk deploy tasks. You probably had a small syntax error, like putting in or leaving out a / or a something.[/quote]

    Any chance you can pm me the file you used?


  • Moderator

    I updated the file manually and it works for me. I have progress bars on multiple partition, single disk deploy tasks. You probably had a small syntax error, like putting in or leaving out a / or a something.



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 33914, member: 7271”]I don’t know if it did or didn’t. Did you edit the files yourself or use the files provided in the link?[/quote]

    I used the file in the link because when i tried editing myself it went into a reboot loop; something about the S99fog not being able to find /bin/fog


  • Senior Developer

    I don’t know if it did or didn’t. Did you edit the files yourself or use the files provided in the link?



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 33912, member: 7271”]Multipartition imaging in 0.32 never showed progress bars natively.[/quote]

    I was under the impression that the code (fog file) in this thread fixed that.


  • Senior Developer

    Multipartition imaging in 0.32 never showed progress bars natively.



  • [quote=“chad-bisd, post: 33910, member: 18”]Is this multiple partition, single disk, and is it upload or download task that is not showing, or both?[/quote]

    It is a windows 7 multiple partition deploy task that does not show i dont think i looked at an upload task.
    Thanks


  • Moderator

    Is this multiple partition, single disk, and is it upload or download task that is not showing, or both?



  • [quote=“jbrabhamMSD, post: 24130, member: 22901”]I just tried that. Didn’t help.[/quote]

    I could not get this to work either. I made the changes to the fog file but still do not have a progress bar with a multiple partition image. Did you ever get it figured out? I am using ver 0.32



  • I just tried that. Didn’t help.



  • [quote=“jbrabhamMSD, post: 24125, member: 22901”]I tried both manually editing the file and copying the file over from the forum and in both cases, fog starts looping when trying to deploy an image. I am running .32[/quote]

    Did you reboot the server after you replaced the fog file and gziped the init file ?



  • I tried both manually editing the file and copying the file over from the forum and in both cases, fog starts looping when trying to deploy an image. I am running .32



  • [quote=“smshahan, post: 14131, member: 2574”]Yes.[/quote]

    ok i will that shot & report back the results



  • [quote=“The Dealman, post: 14130, member: 53”]You used these files? [url]http://fogproject.org/forum/attachments/fog-zip.321/[/url][/quote]

    Yes.


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