Snap Deploy 2.0 - Deployment Issue

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  1. Lee SC

    Lee SC Registered Member

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    Hello all,

    I'm trying to deploy a Linux image onto a Dell PE2950 Server and I'm getting the following error:

    Failed to assign partition '1' to restore. (0x33000F)
    Tag = 0xE3394061D0E3A329

    Resize impossible (0x7000:cool:
    Tag = 0x82DB9339B70C3B03

    This error pops up 10 seconds after I proceed with the deployment.

    I'm using Snap Deploy build 2.152. The PE2950 has an integrated PERC 5/i controller card and I'm running a SAS/SATA RAID 5 configuration.

    What am I missing or doing wrong?

    Thank youi,

    Lee
     
  2. fdisk

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    I'm getting a similar error on a Dell M4300 laptop. I'm not using a RAID configuration though, just 1 SATA drive.

    Host 'xx.xx.xx.xxx' failed to deploy (0x340001)
    Tag = 0x9C5A16066A60D3A7
    Failed to map bios disk '1'. (0x330006)
    Tag = 0xA6EF0BE19DB5267C
     
  3. Acronis Support

    Acronis Support Acronis Support Staff

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    Hello Lee SC and fdisk,

    Thank you for using Acronis Disk Deploy software

    We are sorry for the delayed response.

    Could you please do the following:

    When the client side of Acronis Snap Deploy is starting up, wait for the boot menu to appear and hit F11. Once you got Linux kernel settings prompt, remove quiet parameter and click OK.
    Once you got to the command prompt, please issue the following command:

    product /mode:demon /log-level:verbose /log:../tmp/problem.log

    and hit Enter.

    Reproduce the issue.
    Once you got to the command prompt again, please insert a diskette into the floppy drive and issue the following commands:

    mkdir /mnt/t
    mount -t vfat /devfs/floppy/0 /mnt/t
    cp /tmp/problem.log /mnt/t
    sysinfo > /mnt/t/sysinfo.txt
    umount /mnt/t

    problem.log and sysinfo.txt files will be created on the diskette. Please submit a request for technical support with the attached files and the link to this thread. We will do our best to help you as soon as possible.

    Thank you

    --
    Eugene Bogdanov
     
  4. Si_P2L

    Si_P2L Registered Member

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    I'm getting exactly the same problem as fdisk here. The error codes are identical. The systems I'm using are Dell D630's, which have 1 SATA drive.

    Unfortunately, i can't log to floppy since these laptops do not have floppy disk drives.

    A quick resolution would be very much apreciated since i'm on the trial, and need to finish testing by the end of next week.
     
  5. krispy71

    krispy71 Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I'm also getting these errors on Latitude D830's. 1 SATA drive...
     
  6. cgritton

    cgritton Registered Member

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    I am also seeing this exact same error on an HP computer with single SATA drive. Is there any info on this issue yet? I also do not have a floppy drive is there another way to get the logging to output somewhere else? Network of USB ?

    **

    Host 'xx.xx.xx.xxx' failed to deploy (0x340001)
    Tag = 0x9C5A16066A60D3A7
    Failed to map bios disk '1'. (0x330006)
    Tag = 0xA6EF0BE19DB5267C


    **

    Thanks,

    *puppy*
     
    Last edited: Nov 20, 2007
  7. oliver_neumann

    oliver_neumann Registered Member

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    Same problem here - anyone who can help?

    HDD Size of the system the image was generated from was 160GB (3 Partitions, 100M, 10G, 150G), target HDD size is 40GB. Size that is needed really (data) is about 10G and the option "use complete disk" is chosen when deploying.

    Error code is as follows:

     
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