Getting More than Two Partitions Found
Fresh install of windows 7 pro. I verify that windows only sees the 100mb partition and the main partition. Fog tells me that “More than 2 partitions found, not valid for this image type.”
The host is set to windows 7. The image is set to Single Partition (NTFS Only, Resizable).
I have dozens of images built and hundreds of workstations out, but I did have to rebuild my Fog server a few months ago. Did I miss something?
[quote=“pmonstad, post: 24126, member: 17422”]Read somewhere in the forum about replacing ftp/NFS with http. Is this something which is going to be realized in an upcoming release?[/quote]
Please don’t hijack threads, yes http transfer is slated for 0.33b and its being implemented with iPXE
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Read somewhere in the forum about replacing ftp/NFS with http. Is this something which is going to be realized in an upcoming release?
After I changed the “Master Password” under the FOG PXE Boot Menu Config - so I could get into debug mode (wouldn’t go with a blank) all my machines end up being stuck at the “Booting from local disk…”
I think your on to something. I will recreate the image and ensure that it is mbr.
I’m almost willing to bet your Windows 7 installation is done through GPT. Therefore the partitions FOG recognizes are:
and the fake MBR partition.
To verify, boot into debug mode
gdisk -l /dev/sda
I think you’ll see, more or less, what I’m thinking is the problem.