I’ve not had any success since moving away from 1.2.0 so I feel like I’m missing something.
I created a new image, type 4 (raw dd) and set partition to “everything” with compression set to 1 hoping it’d not store the 300 some odd gigs of 0’s that way.
I then assigned the image to my source machine and scheduled an upload task. Booting the source machine to the network brought me to the clone process, which took about two hours. (Expected for a dd)
Then I assigned my target host that same source, and scheduled a download task (in debug mode, because I expected it not to work). Booted the target machine to the network and it started fine. Started the fog process and went through it at each step.
typed in ‘fog’ enter
attempting to send inventory, done
checking in, done
mounting filesystem, done
checking filesystem, done
starting image push
using image Source4
looking for hard disks, done
wiping /dev/sda partition info
erasing mbr/gpt, done
creating disk with new label, done
initializing /dev/sda with ntfs, done
processing partition /dev/sda ()
partition file missing /images/Source4/d1p.img
stopping fog status reporter, done
changing hostname, done
So, it would appear it can’t find the image file…?
I went on the server and looked in /imgages/Source4, there’s only one file- Source4 with a size of 187GB