Fog Server 1.4.4
Ubuntu Server 16.04
Re: "Seems like you are trying to restore to an empty disk" issue
I seem to be having this issue when deploying a certain image. In this case the image is from a normal EFI Windows 10 install. I’m trying to use Fog to make an image of a mechanical hard drive so I can turn around and deploy the image to an SSD. I’ve done this probably a 100 times over the last year or two with no issues (once I figured out that sometimes a partition just can’t be resized and the image type in Fog needs to be set to Multi Partition, No Resize). Capturing the image from the original hard drive works normally and succeeds. I’ve got ~150GB of image files in the /images folder associated with that image, so everything looks normal there. When deploying the image to the SSD, it goes through all the normal steps until it’s time to launch partclone, just as the picture shows. I’ve tried capturing the image again by putting the hard drive in another more trustworthy machine, and it captures just fine but still won’t deploy at all, even using a different machine and a different SSD. I’ve even tried deploying to another hard drive.
I’ve ruled out the original PC, the new SSD/hard drive, and even tried it on a different network using a different Fog server. I’m thinking there’s something weird about the original hard drive and/or the way it is partitioned. I plan to try a debug deploy to see what info that may reveal. I’ve never done a debug task before so that will be a new experience. Any ideas what is causing this?