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4. February 2013 at 3:33 #7700
So I actually posted this same topic over in the official Dell wyse forums but the thread was overtaken by spam posters and I didn’t get any real responses. So posting here for some help
I have a D90D7 that is a 8GB Flash 4GB Ram device, when I push the latest image to it from the Dell Wyse website it gets rid of the data partition and makes 1 big C drive even though I told it to preserve the data partition. Thats fine in itself because I would rather have 1 big C drive, however I think it is causing imaging errors when I pull an image.
When I try and pull an image from it, it goes through the process and when its almost done it ends with the following error.
Try 1:Merlin-Process-FAILURE [Fri Feb 1 17:40:51 2013][os validation stage][upload os image failed http error code 221][os upload operation failed][make sure that network is up and the flash or harddrive is connected to the device properly]
If I take a fresh D90D7 out of the box and pull an image from it without updating it or doing anyting it works fine, which leads me to believe it is failing because it has 1 big OS partition and no “E”. Does anyone have any thoughts?
Thanks5. February 2013 at 11:14 #23422
Which WDM Version are you using? Is it 4.9.1 including the needed hotfix?
Are you using http or ftp for storing the Image in the repository?
CG5. February 2013 at 14:17 #23424
Yes I am using 4.9.1 and have gotten the patch from Wyse for the D90 series thin clients.
Also I am using FTP for the repository, and using the free Workgroup edition of WDM.5. February 2013 at 14:55 #23425
Theoretically WDM should split the pulled image into 4GB pieces as IIS cannot handle bigger files. Can you check if WDM is at least trying to create more than one file (par1.img, par2.img, parx.img)?
CG5. February 2013 at 16:25 #23427
When it fails if I check the repository folder, there isn’t even a folder for the image created.6. February 2013 at 7:34 #23428
Have you upgraded the Boot Agent with the latest one that comes with the hotfix?
CG7. February 2013 at 2:39 #23430
Thank you that’s exactly what it was. I’m still new to WDM, and I didn’t even realize it had installed a new Boot Agent, after I pushed that to the thinclient I was able to image it.
So my question is do I have to push that Boot Agent out to all my clients first or can I just push the image I created and will it include the new Boot Agent?8. February 2013 at 13:56 #23448
If the push works to the old clients, you are fine as the BA will be updated along with the image.
CG11. February 2013 at 18:34 #23458hajocaPerryMember
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I am having the same error, except mine is error code 226.
I have WDM 4.9.1 with the hotfix installed. I also updated my machine to latest HAgent.
I have a D90D7 with one 8GB partition.
I originally had this as two 4GB partitions but WDM was only pulling the C partition when I grabbed an image, not both the C and E.
Any help is appreciated.
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