Changing hostname.........unmount: can't unmount /ntfs



  • Hey folks, new member, first post.

    Just built a new FOG server (specs below), and everything is peachy until towards the end of a deployment.


    *Performing Clean up (Stage 1)…Done
    *Changing hostname…umount: can’t umount /ntfs
    invalid argument
    Done
    *Updating Computer Database Status
    *Database Updated!
    *Task Complete, computer will not restart
    [ 451.676199] restarting system


    When the machine reboots, it goes nowhere. Sometimes it gives me an error saying that the OS is missing.
    I can successfully capture images. I just haven’t successfully deployed.

    I have deployed the same image to the same machine w/ a different FOG server (Ubuntu 10.04 (desktop)64bit FOG 3.2)
    The server with this issue is running Ubuntu Server 11.04 64bit, FOG 3.2
    The only thing I imported were the images, and some kernels.

    Things I have tried:
    I have changed kernels, (specifically bzImage from the other server).
    I have completely uninstalled FOG/ reinstalled.
    I have captured an image on the new server, then attempted to deploy.

    Thank you



  • Hello there,
    any solutions to the problem?? I’m having the same problem now.



  • I’ve been having the same problem. What did you have in your init file?
    This is my question on the forum:
    [url]http://fogproject.org/forum/threads/cant-unmount-ntfs-invalid-argument-on-deployment.652/[/url]
    Thanks!



  • This got resolved. I was missing a custom init file that needed to reside in /tftpboot/fog/images/



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