FOG 0.32 imaging of HP 840 stuck at "Checking queue"
I have a HP Elitebook 840 that has got stuck at “checking queue”
I cannot see the host in the FOG webinterface or in the FOG database.
Any suggestions (appart from upgrading) is more than welcome
Did a full reset of the network controller through the BIOS - now imaging :)
Thanks for the guidance it was a great help
Keep up the good work, super product :cool:
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Added host manualy.
Created task to deploy image
Laptop waked up just fine but still gets stuck at “Checking queue…”
Did a full wipe via the FOG webinterface - worked perfecly
Tried a Debug Deploy of the image after this still gets stuck at “Checking queue…”
Do you image using the capone plugin? Are you using bypass registration?
I only ask because if you’ve imaged before, and for whatever reason this system is unable to be registered, that only leaves the hardware if you have others that seem to work fine.
It’s a host that has been starte up in the imaging process.
We have imaged several HP 840 with the image - as late as toddy I imaged another one.
But as I understand your suggestion then I should try to manualy register the host.
Can you attempt registering the host?
Maybe first getting a client information stuff to find out if it’s compatible, and if it’s not, what isn’t compatible?
Version is 0.32
As fare as I can tell - no the host is not registered to FOG
I don’t know what you mean.
Is the host registered to fog?
Have been traversing the net all day to figure this out.
Have not been able to identify the host in the webinterface or in the database (checked all tabels)
Have removed all partisions and volumes from the host - no luck
Tried to remove all tasks - no luck
Restarted FOG server - no luck
Question: is there a file somewhere on the server that holds the queue?
Has this system been registered with FOG?