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    Fri Mar 31 18:05:31 2017
    B basilg@cdlhomes.com posted in Partclone fail, Image download fail at 9%.

    Thank you Clonedeploy

    You were right. It was indeed a hard disk glitch. Tried on the 3rd computer, and everything was smooth.
    Thanks again for the quick response.

  2. Fri Mar 31 15:56:21 2017
    B basilg@cdlhomes.com posted in Partclone fail, Image download fail at 9%.

    HI Clonedeploy,

    Please find the upload log file. I'm deploying the same image on the 3rd new computer now. And it seems to be writing the image much better, with a data speed of 1.27GB/min. So i'm waiting for the process to finish. Will update you soon.

  3. Thu Mar 30 19:50:20 2017
    B basilg@cdlhomes.com posted in Partclone fail, Image download fail at 9%.

    Thanks clonedeploy for the quick response.

    Its a new machine, right out of the box. Anyways, i will check the same on the 3rd new machine as well. Will update on this.

    thank you so much

  4. Thu Mar 30 19:20:30 2017
    B basilg@cdlhomes.com started the conversation Partclone fail, Image download fail at 9%.

    Hi folks,

    I'm having an issue when i deploy an image.
    The issue actually starts when it's downloading the c: partition ( which is close to 47GB) . It downloads about 9 % of it and then gives me an error as that attached in the file. Can you please check and let me know what i'm doing wrong.

    After this error, it just freezes for some time and then proceeds to image download /dev/sda3 like nothing wrong has happened.Though the data transfer speeds are spiking between 1GB/min to 300MB/min.

    I was able to upload the image without any issues. Its just deploying i'm having a problem with.
    I also noticed that the downloading speed is quite low (@ 500MB/min) which is really slow compared to the speeds i used to get (2GB/min) when i was running clonedeploy version 1.1.1 . Is there a way that i could increase the data transfer speed by any means in clone deploy console.

    Thanks in advance

  5. 2 years ago
    Mon Aug 1 08:19:22 2016
    B basilg@cdlhomes.com posted in Stuck at "Call Trace".

    Thank you so much once again Clonedeploy. You are awesome. Changing the physical path to cd_share did the trick. I have created multiple images from E560 and other models without any problems. Its correctly showing me the size of the image too." Wasn't showing me previously".

    Thanks for all your help. You rock.

  6. Mon Jul 25 18:38:44 2016
    B basilg@cdlhomes.com posted in Stuck at "Call Trace".

    Hi Clonedeploy,

    Thank you for the quick reply.
    Guess you found the problem. The physical path for the distribution point, was still set to access cd_dp instead of cd_share.

    So now let me try uploading the image of a computer. Will test and let you know.

    Thanks
    Basil

  7. Mon Jul 25 17:18:38 2016
    B basilg@cdlhomes.com posted in Stuck at "Call Trace".

    Hi Clonedeploy,
    Please attached screen shot of share permissions. Seems to me that the "RW user" has full control of the cd_share folder.

  8. Sat Jul 23 20:34:44 2016
    B basilg@cdlhomes.com posted in Stuck at "Call Trace".

    Hi Clonedeploy,

    Please find attached screenshot showing that the cd_share folder has the user and given full permissions. Same permissions present in sub folder , images as well.

  9. Fri Jul 22 15:38:11 2016
    B basilg@cdlhomes.com posted in Stuck at "Call Trace".

    Hi Clonedeploy,

    I just tried uploading an image. This time i did not create any folder, or do any manual steps. Just made sure that the kernal was 4.5 x64 in PXE option of the image.

    PLease find the log as attached. from logs, i think its looking for a folder named "storage" in Program files (x86) /clonedeploy.

    Kindly help me on this. thanks

  10. Thu Jul 21 19:58:44 2016
    B basilg@cdlhomes.com posted in Stuck at "Call Trace".

    Okay. I will upload a fresh laptop again today. This time i will not create or do anything. Let me check if everything goes fine. Will update you on this. Thank you so much again Clonedeploy. Thanks so much for providing us with this wonderful tool. Thumbs up.

    Thanks

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