This is what I get.
My setup is a Microsoft 2016 server running Hyper-V Manager 10.0.14393.0. I have two VMs. One is a FOG server 1.5.5 running on Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS. The other VM is my machine I create/update images (Windows 10) to the FOG server. I am noticing that when capturing an image it is very slow. For a 32GB image it takes between 7-8 hours. The only thing I found on the forums indicated that the Legacy Network Adapter used in the FOG virtual switch only runs at 100MB even when connected to a 1GB NIC. Is there a way to fix this or use an actual NIC instead of the virtual switch manager? Any information is greatly appreciated!
@Sebastian-Roth From what I am reading it is an issue with the virtual switch manager using the Legacy Network Adapter only running at 100MB. That would account for the long capture time. The forum link didn’t address if there is a fix for this. I am using the Legacy Network Adapter as per the setup instructions. I have “real” NICs available but not sure how to use them instead of the Virtual Switch Manager. Thoughts?
I also reset all the username and passwords to match after seeing the error code. I think the storage one may have been bad.
@Sebastian-Roth I am running a Windows 2016 Server with 32 GB RAM and Xeon CPU E5-2640 @ 2.50 GHz. I have Hyper V loaded using manager 10.0.14393.0. I have two VMs set up. One is the FOG Server and the other VM is the machine I use to update/capture mages from. There is nothing else running on this server. I have the virtual switch manager running an external fog switch with a 1GB connection. Both the Fog server and client VM are running at 1 GB. I have them both set to 16GB Memory and 8 virtual processors. I only have the compression set to 4 in the Fog GUI. Not sure why it takes so long.