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Hello. I am trying to image an HP EliteDesk 800 G1 and the image process will not begin. I am able to register the host just fine and it seems like it’s going to go but it just hangs at: Using Hard Disk: /dev/sda and then never does anything.
I’ve tweaked the bios settings between Legacy and UEFI and neither seems to make a difference. Interestingly enough, I am able to start a clone of the RAW disk image but obviously I don’t want to have terabyte images to store and/or deploy on this.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Just tried that and it won’t boot into debug either.
This link give s bit of information.
Basically I need you to boot into debug.
fixparts /dev/sdaconfirm it’s questions and write back to the disk. Recreate your upload task and reboot the system. Your image should start successfully uploading.
Because this is an update, can you recreate the task as debug?
This is an upload task. My fog version is 1.2.0 running on Ubuntu 13.1 and I’m using the default fog kernel. I have tried running the kernel update but when I try to connect through the gui the page just blanks out on me.
Is this an upload task causing this?
What version of fog?
What kernel are you using?