The FOG Team is proud to announce the immediate availability of the 11th release candidate for FOG 1.3.5.
- Fixes Capone processing issues.
- Fixes GPT/MBR Resizing issues. (Needs heavy testing to validate for sure).
- Fixes MBR Extended partitions to resize based on the extended space while allowing the extended partition to be expanded as well.
- Fixes replication issues where a file that didn't exist on a remote would not be replicated over.
- Fixes replication so files are not constantly being read to check for hashes. This is addressed by scanning the first and last 10 megabytes of the file (if it is at least that large) to get the hash.
- Fixes a couple of textual errors in the inits.
- Fixes transfer logging to write to a log FOG can control size of to ensure a server disk/partition doesn't get full from a single source of logging.
- Fixes kernel updater.
- Resizable image capture. (GPT should work, MBR should work, need to confirm with extended partitions more than anything else I think.)
- Resizable image deploy. (GPT should work, MBR should work, need to confirm with extended partitions more than anything else I think.)
- Non-resizable image capture. (Less needed, but would be good to prove things are working as expected.)
- Non-resizable image deploy. (Should not be needed, but extended partitions I think are still looking at the minimum file if it exists.)
- Near full rewrite of the procsfdisk.awk script. This is the script that handles resizing of partitions in resizable formats.
- A lot more commenting on the awk script to allow users to follow more properly the logic.