Image Deploy stops at 2 - 3 % - CPU at 100%
Updated - See below
I was running Fog 0.32 on a computer with Ubuntu 10… and everything was working great. Loved it.
Then, I got annoyed but the “upgrade to Ubuntu 11.10” messages, so I upgraded. My Mistake and I take full ownership.
Now, when we deploy an image it runs at 2 - 3 GB/Min for about three seconds, transfers between 100 and 300 MB of data, then stops cold. I have tried to image three different computers (all using Windows XP) and two different images with no luck.
The CPU usage on our Fog server shoots up to 100% and stays there.
Bump for Leon (Sameish issue)
UPDATE - I have found that when I reboot the server and after I log on, FOG tries to send the image and manages to move data for a couple of seconds and then stops.
Is there something in Ubuntu that would be stopping the transmission of an image? I checked and disabled the UFW - firewall. Anything else I should be looking for?