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Volume full error

Created: 01 Mar 2013 • Updated: 21 Mar 2013 | 5 comments
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Hi - I'm getting a, so far, intractable error when trying to pull an image off of a system. This is a computer from which I've taken images successfully before.  However, any image pull or even push task now fails with:

Copy fauled: unexpected exception: source = "Program Files (x86)\Symantec\Ghost\incoming\winpe-512\*", dest="", detail = "File IO error on file boot.wim"

Filesystem error (26): Volume full

Generated at ..\ProprietaryLfoStream.cpp:88

And then a stack trace.

Some things I've done/checked:

1) Obviously, the drive is not full with >80G available.

2) The boot.wim file seems to copy OK. If I make a change on the ghost server, it copies the new file without any problems. It's less than 250MB in size.

3) After reading things online, I've tried defragmenting the MBR but that didn't change things (and it wasn't fragmented).

4) The relevant client log file lines appear to be:

Received message #\Open{ What = File, Name = "%systemdrive%\\sysprep\\unattend.xml", Mode = Write }
Received message #\SetGhostBoot{ VirtualPartitionSize = 15, Path = "incoming\\winpe-512", Manifest = { name = "WinPE-512", type = PEx86, size = 190, ram = 440, bootonce = 1, steps = ({ what = unattend, Path = "{manifest}\\ghost\\unattend.xml" } { what = checkDrivers, Path = "{manifest}\\pci.manifest.txt" } { what = checkFile, Path = "{manifest}\\sources\\boot.wim", size = 250 } { what = wipe } { what = format, filesystem = ntfs } { what = copy, from = "{manifest}\\*", to = "RP:\\" } { what = copy, from = "{manifest}\\bootmgr", to = "RP:\\ntldr" } { what = copy, from = "{app}\\pubkey.crt", to = "RP:\\ghost\\pubkey.crt" } { what = copy, from = "{app}\\incoming\\start.bat", to = "RP:\\ghost\\start.bat", when = exists } { what = copy, from = "{app}\\dnscache.txt", to = "RP:\\ghost\\dnscache.txt", when = exists } { what = copy, from = "{app}\\incoming\\GVPCFG.BIN", to = "RP:\\ghost\\GHREGUPD.REG", when = exists } { what = copy, from = "{app}\\preos\\winpe-512\\*", to = "RP:\\", when = exists }) }, ServerConnectionDeviceId = "{B8952FC9-4497-4B3F-8EBB-10C600EB8C74}" }
Building VP for {9F43D484-7E55-44C1-8766-044A514593C1}
VPartition completed, result = 1
Received message #\taskInProgess{ Cancel = 1 }
Received message #\PreventLoginTask{ DisableLogin = 0 }
 
So, it fails at creating the Vpartition somehow.
 
Any help would be appreciated!
 
 
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EdT's picture

boot.wim is the WinPE boot image file - the error has nothing to do with your target system.

Try recreating your WinPE boot image and see whether this fixes your problem.

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Nitin's picture

According to the log, boot package size seems to be 190 MB which is more. By default the package size is hardcoded to 120 MB for winpe and and Winpe 512.  Work around to this is

Open respective manifest file (Winpe 512 in your case) and changed the boot package size to 200MB. This should work.

Regards,
Nitin

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Does the above solution resolved your issue? Please confirm.

Regards,
Nitin

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millard73's picture

Hi - sorry it took me a while to get back. I changed the size to 200 in the manifest. I tried this on one system that failed today and it successfully booted into WinPE but then did NOT start Ghost. That may be an unrelated problem, so I will check this with a different more vanilla system tomorrow. If that works, I'll mark the solution in here. Thanks for getting back to me on this. 

millard73's picture

It looks like that fixed the "Volume full" error. Thank you very much!