Image Not Capturing
I have a windows 10 image I built on a VM in Virtual Box I have been able to capture before with the same settings in FOG but now it will not let me capture. It says not enough disk space, but there is definately enough space.
I attached the errors:
Also here is the image settings:
Any ideas on how to fix this?
Think I figured it out… The image I was able to capture worked and everything was the same except for on the one that did not work I ran some powershell scripts that removed the windows 10 apps and microsoft edge. So I think that just broke stuff I am guessing. Because when it captured it didn’t even try to resize the file system.
So I just added the files in the image to a folder in C:\ rather than to run the scripts. So far it is capturing.
Wayne Workman last edited by
@imagingmaster21 If one can capture but not another, it’s definitely something about the system not working. What sort of disk does it have in it? What is the NIC model? Is it BIOS or UEFI?
I just tested and I was able to capture a different windows 10 image no problem, so could it just be something wrong with the image I am pulling?
imagingmaster21 last edited by imagingmaster21
I ran that command and none of them are even at 99-100% used the highest is dev/sda1 which is only 58% used.
Wayne Workman last edited by Wayne Workman
It says not enough disk space, but there is definately enough space.
Please look at the output of this command on your fog server:
df -hLook for partitions with 99% or 100% used.