I found descriptions of the very same problem on several threads here in the forum. See (as example) here.
It’s suggested to check the upload limit, but I already created snapins with several 100MB size and everything worked very well until now. Which means the limit is ok.
This time I wanted to create a simple snapin with ~100MB but FOG would not accept it throwing the error message regarding missing snapin name. Weird.
The only thing I did differently I can think of is this:
I can access Fog from outside my local network. When I do so obviously the bandwidth is far lower than being present. At some point I tried to create the snapin from outside over the internet, but I did not get any response from FOG for a longer time. So I canceled the process (I guess while the upload was still going on). I decided to wait until I was on site again. But since then I was not able to create any snapin whether on site nor over the remote connection.
Could there be a connection?
How do I investigate this?
Perhaps there is some temp file lying around that blocks further snaping creation?
My 1.5.4 Fog is running on CentOS
Thanks for any input on this.