Problems Deploying Image Fog 1.2 Ubuntu 14.04



  • We have used .32 for years and have had no problems imaging. We just created a brand new Fog Server 1.2 and i am creating new images (win 7 and 8.1). They seem to upload just fine. However when i try to download (or image) a device. It gets really weird.

    Window 7 images will go through the the (Black/White text ) startup process of imaging like it is doing fine and then it reboots the device. It never gets to the PartClone (Blue screen) at all.

    Windows 8 Image will get to the Part Clone screen and start for a short time (with progress) and then i get an error that says: read error: no such file or directory and then reboot.

    I have did the debug for upload and download and have had no errors. I think i have all permissions okay. I see the images and from the web interface it all looks like everything is working.

    This is frustrating. This is fresh install of ubuntu server 14.04 and fog server 1.2. These are newly created images (nothing special at all). If anyone has any thoughts or help i would greatly appreciate it. Hopefully it is a server permissions issue.

    Thanks in advance, Joe



  • For the Windows 7 machines try going into image management and change your image type to multiple partition image single disk. I had this same issue today and found that this fixed it.



  • This is fresh images from 3 different devices. I didn’t want to mess with trying to move the images from the old server. I am wondering if i have a bad drive on my new Fog Server. I am going to rebuild the fog server again this weekend… Wish me luck. -Joe


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    @Tom-Elliott said:

    When you uploaded the image, was it a complete fresh image base, or did you download from 0.32 then push that back up to the 1.2?

    +1

    And, in my case since 8 ans 8.1 I use SVN version.

    Regards,
    Ch3i.


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    @JoeBlackburn said:

    We are imaging Dell Latitude 5520/5530 and Dell Latitude 2120. Trying 7 and 8.1 on both. We imaged 7 with fog .32 without problems. But upgrading so we can do 8.1.

    Here is the Windows 8.1 image. Right before it reboots it shows this. upload-cb56df1b-de26-4b13-95c1-b5faa0463565

    Here is the last screen before the Windows 7 image reboots.upload-79c6c387-6d19-4f9a-a1ce-1063fcaea07b

    For the record, I got this EXACT same error today. I’m on r3451.
    I attempted uploading an image from a computer with a dying HDD. it completed (I think). When I go to deploy, I got that error.

    I ASSUMED that the error was due to a bad upload because of the dying HDD, but perhaps there are bigger fish frying?

    I did verify that older images on other hardware work just fine on r3451.


  • Senior Developer

    When you uploaded the image, was it a complete fresh image base, or did you download from 0.32 then push that back up to the 1.2?


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  • I did the permissions change but i just did it again just to make sure. It did not help the situation.



  • We are imaging Dell Latitude 5520/5530 and Dell Latitude 2120. Trying 7 and 8.1 on both. We imaged 7 with fog .32 without problems. But upgrading so we can do 8.1.

    Here is the Windows 8.1 image. Right before it reboots it shows this. upload-cb56df1b-de26-4b13-95c1-b5faa0463565

    Here is the last screen before the Windows 7 image reboots.upload-79c6c387-6d19-4f9a-a1ce-1063fcaea07b


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    Well just to make sure it’s not a permissions issue, you can assign 777 to images recursively.

    [CODE]chmod -R 777 /images[/CODE]

    If you could provide a photo of the computer that reboots just before it reboots, it might give us clues about what’s going on. Additionally, the one that begins imaging, a screen shot of the exact error(s) would be of great help.

    What models are these two computers?


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