Hi I set up CloneDeploy on a Linux Mint VM to deploy images on my network. I followed the instructions to set it up on Ubuntu and everything worked fine. I uploaded an image (another Linux Mint machine) and deployed it to another computer. It came down and booted up fine.
When I uploaded the image, it shrunk the image beforehand to a 15GB image file. Both uploading it and deploying it took about 2 minutes, which was pretty fast and I was happy with that.
After I deployed it to the new machine I noticed it had an issue with the free space available. It has a 320GB hard drive. When I look at disk information:
/dev/sda1 Linux (Bootable) 316GB - 1.8 GB free (99.4% full)
/dev/sda2 Extended 4.1GB
/dev/sda5 Linux Swap 4.1GB
Do you have any idea what happened to my hard drive, and why it thinks it's 99% full?
Is there any way to fix that? It couldn't possibly be that full. It would take more than 2 minutes to write that much data. It has to be some kind of display error or read error.
Thanks for the help.