How does fog see drives in a system
I know that fog does come with a way to make sure it images to a certain drive, I also know that fog uses a Linux layout "sdb1, etc, however I have loaded Linux to see how Linux see my system layout and for some reason fog does not see it the same way. so I am wondering if their is a way to check on how fog identifies your drives?
Linux sees my drive as /dev/sdc1, however a booting fog sees my same boot drive drive as /dev/sdd1
Make sure you don’t have any SD cards stuck in the system. Also is the hard disk a hybrid drive (flash and mechanical)? Did you install Linux on the system or are you just live booting from a flash drive?
Can we get the output of
Fog, now, doesn’t have any preconceived notions on drive layout, nor does it really care.
The difference, however, is what your base linux system is seeing (or missing) vs what FOS is seeing (or adding).
Which one is accurate? Maybe FOG is seeing something that is just “thrown” away or changed via Linux UDEV rules within your base linux system?
@Wayne-Workman Linux sees my drive as /dev/sdc1, however a booting fog sees my same boot drive drive as /dev/sdd1
@george1421 thank you
Linux see my system layout and for some reason fog does not see it the same way.
How does your linux system see it?
If you setup a debug capture/deploy and then pxe boot a target computer, after a few presses of the enter key on the target computer you will be dropped to a command prompt on the target computer. This is the FOS command shell.
If you key in
lsblkit will show you the block structure of the disks that are seen by the OS.