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It should not check source device busy in network mode #42

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wxwok commented Oct 22, 2018

The ocs-onthefly fails when I cloned an entire disk from a network. As I traced the ocs-onthefly, it failed when it was checking if the source devices are busy. This action should be only done on the source system but not the target.

It should not check source device busy in network mode
The ocs-onthefly fails when I cloned an entire disk from a network. As I traced the ocs-onthefly, it failed when it was checking if the source devices are busy. This action should be only done on the source system but not the target.
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stevenshiau commented Nov 18, 2018

What did you mean? If destination partition is busy, Clonezilla should not overwrite it, isn't it? Or you mean something else?
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wxwok commented Dec 15, 2018

I mean it should not check the "source partition" in network mode on the destination machine, because the real "source partition" is on the source machine.
Please see what I changed in the patch where the code checks source partition on the destination machine.

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stevenshiau commented Dec 31, 2018

Thanks. I have applied your patch manually:
https://gitlab.com/stevenshiau/clonezilla/commit/96f646bd0139e628dd97978d7530e41adba10ba9
because we have moved the image repository to gitlab, as described in the readme here:
https://github.com/stevenshiau/clonezilla

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