Hey all, had fog running fine for a while and it decided to fall over and started giving me strange NFS errors. Spent forever trying to find source of problem and decided it wasnt worth wasting time and the build was fairly old at that point.
Decided to just build a new box however having issues here.
Latest build from SVN fails to install and dies at setting up and starting dhcp. So thought i would look for an older build and read a few bits and pages rtalking about r3559 have installed this and it seems to install fine and take an image and reboot as expected, however on trying to put the image back down to a pc i am getting
Erasing current MBR/GPT Tables… EBR Signature for logical partition invalid: Read: 0x000, but should be 0xAA55. Error reading logical Partitions, list may be truncated.
Then it reboots itself a few moments later and drops me at a grub rescue prompt.
Server machine is an AMD Athlon X2 (if that makes a difference) 4gb ram, running xubuntu 14.04.3 and build 3559 of fog.
Client is a HP 7800 SFF PC.
Image taken from reference 7800 SFF and running Xubuntu 14.04.3
Settings for image are
Image Type Single Disk Resizable
Same settings as ive been using for a while without issues.
Not sure if its just a dodgy build or me?
Either way not sure if this is an easy fix or If there is a better build I can use.
Not too bothered about being bleeding edge but something relatively stable. The official stable release has issues with Vista resizable images so not usable for some of our images.
Any help much appreciated.