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gluttony

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  2. Fri May 12 13:40:45 2017
    G gluttony started the conversation filesystem without any partitions.

    There is a clear instruction on image upload process:

    Upload An Image
    Login to the WebUI
    Select Tasks -> Start Computer Task
    Click Upload on the Computer you created earlier
    Boot your Computer via the Client Boot Method you selected
    The image upload process will start automatically

    If one follows the instruction - client uloads filesystems on every partition it finds. But there is a filesystem (ext4 in my case) without any partitions, right on block device (it makes filesystem size increase very easy and allow to avoid RAID misalignment issues), which it does not ulpoad. How can I make client upload such filesystems too?

    The answer was "You can't".
    So let it be a feature request.

    The feature needed: Client can upload a filesystem situated right on a block device, without any partition label.

  3. Fri May 12 13:33:03 2017

    Too bad.
    CloneDeploy is a good tool otherwise.
    Can it be a feature request then?

  4. Fri May 12 13:20:19 2017
    G gluttony started the conversation filesystem without any partitions pocessing.

    There is a clear instruction on image upload process:

    Upload An Image
    Login to the WebUI
    Select Tasks -> Start Computer Task
    Click Upload on the Computer you created earlier
    Boot your Computer via the Client Boot Method you selected
    The image upload process will start automatically

    If one follows the instruction - client uloads filesystems on every partition it finds. But there is a filesystem (ext4 in my case) without any partitions, right on block device (it makes filesystem size increase very easy and allow to avoid RAID misalignment issues), which it does not ulpoad. How can I make client upload such filesystems too?

  5. Fri May 12 13:07:10 2017
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