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ON my fog server, i create “image” for my w7.
[U]Image name[/U]: w7
[U]Storage group[/U]: Storage (it’s my NAS)
[U]Image Path[/U]: /images/w7
[U]Image Type[/U]: Multiple Partition, single disk
Normally, i have to find the image on my nas in “/images/w7”
I go on my nas. “/”
Oh, where is my “w7” folder ? I open my dev folder.
Oh what is…? I open.
I finally find my w7. Why it is not put in a folder “/images/w7” ? I have to create my folder “w7” before making a “upload” ? “/Dev/08…” is a default folder ?
Wayne Workman last edited by
It could just be your FTP settings/credentials… or even firewall or SELinux…
Is your FOG server installed on hardware directly or do you use any kind of virtualization software layer??
Please try this to see how long a delete on your machine takes:
[CODE]sudo cp -a /images/<name of image> /images/deletion_test
sudo time rm -rf /images/deletion_test[/CODE]
On our machines this takes up to 3 minutes with some of our big images… and therefore causes trouble whenever FOG tries to delete the old image before moving the new one over from /images/dev/…
Maurice Tift last edited by
My images never move out of /images/dev/[mac address of host].
I was wrong because when i write this threads, the upload was not finished.
Usually, i upload directly on my server FOG and the folder “w7” does not create and the image is located in the folder “0800…”, and when i upload an other image, “xp” for example, a new “08001…(example)” is created. I don’t know why.
And now, with a upload on my NAS, when it’s over, the folder “w7” is created with the image in it.
So everything works as I want. :)
My guess is his ftp settings were incorrect or the NAS was full and could not move the files.
More info can be found here.
Why were you wrong?? Please explain as others might find it helpful too!
Can i delete this threads ? I was wrong…