- FOG Version: 1.30 RC19
- OS: Fedora 24
- Service Version:
- OS: Windows 10, Windows 7
You can also change the image type to single disk - resizable, and then re-capture your image.
You created the image as non-resizable. That means it must go on a disk at least the size of the originating system.
I created an image from 250 GB disk and wanted to deploy it to 160GB disk, but I get this error when I want to deploy it:
Target partition size (93752MB) is smaller then source (146488MB). Use option -C to disable size checking (Dangerous).
The source disk has 3 partitions:
/dev/sda1 : start= 2048, size= 286107648, type=7, bootable
/dev/sda2 : start= 286109696, size= 921600, type=27
/dev/sda3 : start= 287031296, size= 213082112, type=7
I was using this option: 1 disk, multiple partitons (not resizable)
I found somewhere, that developers suggested to some people to modify d1.fixed_size_partitions file, but I don’t have this file.
Should I create it in order to disable size checking ?
If yes, how this file should look like.
I don’t want FOG to check sizes of partitions 1 and 3.