Fog finishing/rebooting problem?
bretfred last edited by bretfred
I updated to 1.5.2 to fix a problem with windows 10 not resizing now when an image finishes capturing or deploying the machine throws an error when trying to reboot. I have attached a picture not sure what other info you need? I cant seem to find the srv version in this update but i just did the latest update today if that helps.
@quazz I tried to update the kernel this is the error i get Type: 2, File: /var/www/html/fog/lib/fog/fogftp.class.php, Line: 708, Message: ftp_put(): Could not create file., Host: 10.100.0.250, Username: fog
@sebastian-roth What do you think about setting the kernel parameter of
ACPI=offif its a conflict between the Linux kernel and the target firmware?
Try updating (or downgrading) the kernel (bzImage) from the FOG webui.
No i was on 1.4.4 before and had done about 600 of these with it flawlessly.
@bretfred Did you have reboot issues with an older version of FOG on this very same machine as well?
Second time I captured it the task completed still didn’t reboot but computer did boot properly after turning it off and on. Image moved to the proper spot with correct name too. First capture might have just been a fluke.
They are HP x360 ee 11
It doesn’t show an active task and shows end time in the imaging log
The interesting thing is that when i tried capturing the image the task still said active and it dint move the image from the dev folder to the properly named folder. Also that Machine wouldn’t boot again after capturing. Kept having startup problems that weren’t easily fixable so i just re-imaged it which even though it didn’t reboot it did boot fine after imaging.
bzimage is 4.15.2
Well that’s not good, basically FOS did a core dump and puked bits all over the place.
What hardware are you running? (make and mfg)
From here if you manually reboot the hardware
- Does the task show completed in FOG?
- Does the system run OOBE ok?
On the fog server, if you navigate to /var/www/html/fog/service/ipxe directory then run the command
file bzImagewill you report what version number of linux is bzImage?