@Quazz I will be upgrading the server this week and I will report back!
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Fog imaging and M.2 drives
We are running Fog 188.8.131.52 on Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS as a VM on Server 16.
Imaging works amazing with regular SATA SSD drives using the 4.15.2 Kernel. However, when imaging newer machines with an M.2/NVMe imaging drops the speed down from the normal 4-5GB/m to 1GB/m or less compared to imaging a machine with a SATA SSD. I’ve tried a newer kernels and they all hang at clearing the MBR/GPT table and go no farther.
Ill be monitoring for any other requests for information. Thanks in advance!
Machine specs are as follows.
Dell OptiPlex 7060
Dell 1.1.4 7/10/2018 BIOS
16GB DDR4 2666Mhz
Intel NIC (7) i219-LM
Intel NVMe M.2 256GB SSDPEKKF256G8
RE: "Can't unmount /ntfs: Invalid argument" on Deployment
Heads up, its not a fault on the image. It is a local workstation lock on the hard drive from a computer being on standby or hibernate mode. Restart the computer and let it shut down properly. If the OS is wiped and isnt booting anymore… load up the windows 7 install dvd, go through the options to set up windows as a new installation. Delete any random partitions and hit next . When you see the install screen doing its thing, cancel it by hitting the red x and shutdown. Now try to deploy the image again and it should work now.