Target partition size is smaller than source
Sorry, another one of those.
Server OS-Fedora 22
FOG Rev - 3488
Client OS - Windows 7
Issue appeared while trying to download from the same pc the image was captured from.
Created a debug download task:
mkdir /images mount -o nolock 192.168.0.113:/images /images cd /images/TLCOPT3020 dd if=d1.mbr of=/dev/sda bs=512 count=1 Partitions: /dev/sda1 : start 63, size= 80324, type=de /dev/sda2 : start 81920, size= 1319507, type=7, bootable /dev/sda3 : start 1617920, size= 55685820, type=7 cat d1p1.img | pigz -d -c | partclone.restore -o /dev/sda1 -N -f 1 cat d1p2.img | pigz -d -c | partclone.restore -o /dev/sda2 -N -f 1 cat d1p3.img | pigz -d -c | partclone.restore -o /dev/sda3 -N -f 1
This tries to boot windows, but crashes and reboots so fast I can’t figure out what is happening.
Changed changed bootdisk to /dev/sda3 and the same thing happens.
I am lost at this point and it is looking like I will have to build from scratch.
Any ideas or suggestions?
I think the re-size bug appeared again in more recent revisions, but it’s been fixed again also.
Can you upgrade and see if it goes away? Also, after upgrading and it’s still not fixed, try to re-upload the image and see if the new one is fixed?
Also - I’m not entirely sure if the developers have coded in support for Fedora 22 yet…