Hi I forgot to end this thread.
We solve this problem by going full Legacy bios on all machines. restoring a singledisk multipartition works great (root partition resizing included)
Thanks everybody for this great project.
Hello , even if it was 4 years ago I answer my thread because we now use 1.5.0 which works great .
I can now restore a Full EFI Layout ( EFI + Root + Swap) ( However I restore on a BIOS legacy machine as Booting UEFI PXe is still not setup correctly on my side)
But Now When I deploy image to a Twice Bigger disk ( either SATA or PCIE ) I get :
Then I wonder if I could avoid that the Swap is twice Bigger ? Because when drive will be 4 times bigger , that will be a Big swap.
Just a note , I had the same problem ( SATA to NVME ) with CloneZilla , had to fiddle with Windows liveUSB BCD to update the Boot manager
TO help the previous image ( W10 1809 like this one ) can be flashed to NVME and SATA without problems.
I also think that this is a naming convention problem
it seems we did not have this problem before 1.5.7 :
Fail to boot with the blue smiley screen.
Is this a scenario where windows cannot boot usually or something on what fog is doing when restoring ?
This is not a critical issue as the imaged disk seems to work.
We are using Fog 1.5.0 with W10 1809 images built from a NVME disk and restored on NVME disk
Each time we restore the image , we get a "fail to restore disk GUID " on the first partition as you can see :