Fog 1.1.2 Cannot Upload - Stuck on Using Hard Disk: /dev/sda
I have one working Lenovo T440s that will upload an image, but when I try to use a T430 with a 256GB SSD it refuses to upload the image.
- Trying to upload a sysprepped Windows 8.1 image
- SSD is a Lite-ON LCS-256M6S
- Fog compatibility check says I have a GPT table, but I am missing a fake MS-DOS reference
- Using Kernel 3.15.4 TomElliott (x86_64)
- I have tried the 3.14.2 TomElliott Kernel as well (64 bit)
Is this a Kernel issue? What logs should I review? I seem to remember looking at Apache logs in the past, is this still the case to troubleshoot v.1.x.x?
will not help but…
i have a T430s but with 180GB Intel SSD with FOG SVN 2040 Trunk, and it works.
[quote=“x23piracy, post: 32937, member: 3982”]Hi,
will not help but…
i have a T430s but with 180GB Intel SSD with FOG SVN 20240 Trunk, and it works.
What is a FOG SVN 20240 Trunk?
latest is 2043 now.
Having the same issue, have you figured anything out Chris?
[quote=“Der Baron, post: 33245, member: 25074”]Having the same issue, have you figured anything out Chris?[/quote]
Did you try the reported fix by updating to the latest SVN?
How do you update to the latest SVN? Still pretty new at this. Thanks for the help
Just type that into terminal?
[quote=“Der Baron, post: 33274, member: 25074”]Just type that into terminal?[/quote]
yes, these are commands to run on the server
Is there a way to access terminal from [url]http://fog/fog?[/url]
no, if you need a program to remote into the server, try putty
This didn’t fix the issue. Still stuck at the Dev/Sda screen. Once I press enter it closes out and says there are no active tasks. Any other ideas?
Using Optiplex 3010 and having the same issue with the Optiplex 3020
[code]svn co https://svn.code.sf.net/p/freeghost/code/trunk
Use the above code to download a new “svn” folder if you’ve never done so before. If you’ve done this already run the following to update:
one of my dedicated test boxes is an Optiplex 3020. they work perfectly with fog. what exactly is your issue?
I also got multiple Optiplex 3020. The ones with a normal HDD are working like a charm with FOG (1.2.0).
But we also got some Optiplex 3020 with a 128GH SanDisk SSD (straight from Dell), and uploading an image on this type of 3020 is not possible. The task keeps hanging on : "Using Hard Disk /dev/sda ", and nothing further happens (same problem as topic).
Anybody got an idea? I’ve tried almost every kernel available. Image is a Windows 7 enterprise image.
It’s not a kernel problem causing issues. Rather, it seems to me, more likely that SSD’s are requiring GPT structures to operate, where normal HDD’s can use either MBR or GPT partitioning schemes.
If you’d be willing, you can create an upload - debug task and when at the “command prompt” type fixparts. Write any changes it suggests, and once complete, run fog to upload the image.
Hopefully this will help you out, but I don’t know right now. I don’t have any ssd disks to test against.
as of late, most of my testing has been done with an Optiplex 3020 with a SSD from crucial or the 500GB HD from dell, both have worked without problems. just thought i would mention this so that it would be known that if the problem is specific to SSD’s, it’s not all SSD’s that have the problem.
Thanks for your support Tom! We’ve imaged HP computers with a Kingston SSD before, so we know Fog works with SSD.
I’ve done the upload-debug option, en fixed MBR issues with fixparts.
Upload now works fine! Hope after this Windows stills boots
Thanks again for your help!