SOLVED Failed to set disk guid ...
HP 8300 I5
/etc/issue: Debian GNU/Linux 9
Memory 7.70 GiB
/ 128GB SSD
/image 1.2TB HDD
Memory 7.70 GiB
C:\ Samsung MZVLW256HEHP-007LZ
After a multicast session - before rebooting I get following messeage:
@kratkale You are welcome. It’s good to have people around who rapidly test things that we push out. Thanks to you!
@Sebastian-Roth Thank you so much …
@kratkale You can give it a try but I am fairly sure there won’t be an issue with that. Marking as solved.
do you need also a multicast session?
Do you think upload will also be now faster? There I’ve a rate of about 2.8GB/min …
There is no general answer to this. It all depends on the hardware you have. Bit CPU and lots of RAM will make compression faster. The more you can compress, the less data needs to be transfered to the FOG server and written to the disk there…
@kratkale Yeah, just saw that as well. Please go to the FOG web UI -> FOG Configuration -> FOG Settings -> FTP Server and increase KERNEL RAMDISK SIZE from
sorry no success …
@Tom-Elliott No we don’t from my point of view. Just pushed a fix for that. The inits should be build by tomorrow (or later this day your time).
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Do we need to set guid if layout is mbr?
Now I have restored on my Setup PC the Image with Clonzilla: Windows 10 with sysprep
the Windows 10 system Disk is: nvme0
the second Disk hold just data for installation: sda (e.g. Firefox, … )
sda - Data disk: /dev/sda /dev/sda1
+) blkid -po udev /dev/sda | grep “PART_TABLE_UUID”
+) sfdisk -d /dev/sda | grep “label-id”
The size of this disk is 2.7TiB (3000592902016 bytes). DOS partition table format cannot be used on drives for volumes lager than 2199023255040 bytes for 512-byte sectors. Use GUID partition table format (GPT)
system Disk - to clone
nvme0 - Windows System disk: /dev/nvme0 /dev/nvme0n1 /dev/nvme0n1p1 /dev/nvme0n1p2
+) blkid -po udev /dev/nvme0n1 | grep “PART_TABLE_UUID”
+) sfdisk -d /dev/nvme0n1 | grep “label-id”
root@FOG:/home/kratkale# cat /images/M910_201901131240/d1.partitions label: dos label-id: 0x426ff929 device: /dev/nvme0n1 unit: sectors /dev/nvme0n1p1 : start= 2048, size= 1124352, type=7, bootable /dev/nvme0n1p2 : start= 1126400, size= 498989056, type=7
@kratkale As well please post the contents of the text file
@kratkale We are aware of this issue but still need more information to be able to solve this. Can you please schedule a debug capture on your master client (not the one you tried to deploy to here but your master client). When you get to the shell run
blkid -po udev /dev/sda | grep "PART_TABLE_UUID"and
sfdisk -d /dev/sda | grep "label-id"and post outputs here.