• Hi

    Am trying to deploy a image to some laptops.the image was on the old fog server we had so I used that to image a laptop first then syspreped it and uploaded it to the new fog server which went fine, when ive come to deploy this image to the laptops it starts the imaging task for a few seconds then some text appears saying READ ERROR: no file or directory found.

    any ideas?

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  • Having a very similar issue here.

    about 10 images created in 0.33

    I created the new image in the database and called it the exact name of the folder name of the image.
    i copied one up as a test and enabled the flag in gui in settings.
    I have the drop down box set to partimage and everything goes ok until this is not a partclone image error pops up.

    I am using fog 1.2.0 on debian and the old version is 0.33 on debian.

    any ideas?

  • ill try copy them to the new server and see if they deploy but will have to reupload as the old image has a different ip in the fog client to the new server.

  • It’s possible to just copy and paste the images from the old, to the new.

    Just when you create the definition for the image, you’ll need to ensure to place the image format type to partimage.

    To do this:

    First goto FOG Configuration->FOG Settings->General Settings->FOG_FORMAT_FLAG_IN_GUI and check the box.

    Then go to create your image associations. You’ll have the option to change the format of the image on the image page.

  • as mentioned the last three images are fine they work and deploy I don’t find it a aissue it doesn’t tell me the size on server theres plenty of space.

    its the top two files which are the issue as they apparently uploaded correctly but when deploying it gives the error mentioned in previous posts.

    is it possible to just copy and paste the image from the old servers /image folder to the new servers /image folder?

  • I don’t know. I have no idea what’s going on.

    The Last three images with No size on server does not mean there’s no image there. It simply means FOG Can’t ftp get the size of those files for whatever reason. My guess is the image size on server is displayed incorrectly and as a result you’re seeing the same issue on the last three files.

    1.2.0 used a function to get the file size but it didn’t seem to like ubuntu returns. So in SVN i’ve used the function ftp_rawlist which should give a more accurate image size.

  • Ive tried reuploading the image again but still no joy any ideas what I can do?

  • hi so I have tried to upload another device image the rm notebook 310 xp image seen below and its doing the same as the 320 image below it as you can see it says the image size on the client but then on server its showing very low. I don’t know why the bottom 3 images don’t say anything for on server but they work as ive used this server to image many of them machine types and all of them apart from the windows 7 image was uploaded using the same method of deploying it to a device from the old server and then sysprepping and reuploading to the new.[IMG]http://s21.postimg.org/s9phmws9z/fog_images.jpg[/IMG]

    Any ideas?

  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 38435, member: 7271”]What version of FOG was the “old” system?

    You’re currently on 1.2.0?

    Did you migrate, meaning you moved the files from 0.32 to 1.2.0 and recreated the images, or did you upgrade from 0.32 to 1.2.0?[/quote]

    old server is 0.32 new is 1.20 they are seprate servers.

    to get the image from the old one to the new. I deployed the image from the old server onto a device then switch the settings in DHCP to point to the new server then syspreped the device again and reuploaded to the new 1.2.0 server.

    as mentioned I have other images which ive done this method with and its worked fine. and also new windows 7 image which was made fresh and uploaded these all work fine.

    I think its a upload image due to the size of it on the new server only been 1.6gb

  • I have checked on the new server the disks all report fine under the raid, however the image file for this machine is reporting as only 1.6gb so am guessing something has gone wrong on the upload as its about a 26gb image.

    server should be fine as all the other images work correctly and had no issues uploading them.

    I will try a reupload.

  • What version of FOG was the “old” system?

    You’re currently on 1.2.0?

    Did you migrate, meaning you moved the files from 0.32 to 1.2.0 and recreated the images, or did you upgrade from 0.32 to 1.2.0?

  • Can you confirm that there are files that correspond to the image located in /images or wherever you have your images set to save to? And you’re sure there are no drive issues with the new FOG server?