Two Issues (cannot move image / Missing operating System)
I am running Fog 1.2.0
and Ubuntu 13.10 Server
on an ESXi VM
When I make an image of a machine, it finishes up and reboots to the OS. But it is not located in /images/image name. It is in /images/dev/mac address. I have chown’d and chmod’d the /images directory, but it still doesn’t move it, when I make an image. My passwords are all correct.
So I move / rename it manually, and try to download it to a new VM with that image. It goes through some FOG stuff, it reboots, and tells me “Missing Operating System.”
Any clue as to what is going on?
When I was changing the folder name it was giving me an error. The name was not getting change.
It does show the hd, and I ran that. FYI this is a VM so all hardware is good.
I got the same result from this.
If you boot into a debug task for this host and do an fdisk -l does it show your harddrive?
if it does try this:
Then try the deployment again.
No, I named it the same as that defined in the web gui for the image.
When you moved the image what did you name the folder? Does it still have the mac address for the name?
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Here is exactly what happens:[media=youtube]_2DfUZHiAAk[/media]
I cut the video a bit too short. The screen at the end says “Missing operating System”
When you deploy the task does that host just flash the progress screen or does it actually run and show progress for 5-10+ minutes?
What svn# are you on? It’s in the upper left of the web UI in a little cloud.
Hey Thanks for responding.
Sorry, to be more descriptive with “Fog Stuff” It seems to just show the inventory of the machine. Then it reboots to “Missing operating System.”
I see some similar problems on the forum, but none seem to get resolved publicly.
By some FOG stuff do you mean it actually shows the image being deployed or just pops up the partclone screen for 5 seconds then reboots?