• Hi!

    There are fine options for post download tasks for finetunes, etc. but I couldnt find any good way for post upload things. I was wondering how to do, for example only, the following: I take automatic notes if a new image is created. It would be nice. Is there any way for it, or I should post a feature request for it? 🙂


  • You may be right. For me collecting informations about image creating statistics, doing automation about storage spaces can be done after new images came alive. I can manage it elsewhere, just was wondering if post-upload scripting is possible somehow 🙂


  • The post upload isn’t existing because the “upload” is (maybe i’m dumb for thinking like this) the “final” step to get the “MASTER” image. What postupload processing would need to be performed? I could, I suppose, see a use for “pre-upload-scripts” but postupload seems pointless in my eyes.


  • @Wayne-Workman

    no 🙂 it was just an example. I was wondering why not post-upload option if post-download exist. normally backups made now with cron actually


  • @Foglalt said:

    @Wayne-Workman email notice? well, if no else, can be ok, but not image deployment, image upload! (look, like if i am noticed about all new image creation. if it is somehow noticed, an automating process can backup the new image or the like. for now i dont know any better occasion, but it one 🙂

    Oh.

    Is that all you want to do? Backup your new images?

    Create a CronTab event to run a script that copies over new directories and never deletes anything.


  • @Wayne-Workman email notice? well, if no else, can be ok, but not image deployment, image upload! (look, like if i am noticed about all new image creation. if it is somehow noticed, an automating process can backup the new image or the like. for now i dont know any better occasion, but it one 🙂


  • @Foglalt would an email notice about a completed “image deployment” work?

    I know FOG Trunk uses push-bullet.


  • @Tom-Elliott just for a rare example: when colleague creates a new image, i would like to notice it, like the scripts that works for backups, or so. best if fog mechanisms do it, that something on clientside. as far as i know snapins do things on client, from which I would do uploaded image. If that computer is never siwtched on, will never notice from that side.

    If possible the imaging client somehow can help. Is it possible?


  • @Wayne-Workman snapins run from will-be-client?


  • What kind of post upload things do you need?


  • Just run a snapin task to do those things before the upload.

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