Missing partition resize options

I need a solution

Hi guys,

We’re trying to update our win10 master and captured our customized installation. We don’t have any problem with the capture, no errors or warning. When I try to create a deployment task (using a copy of the one we use for our 1803 master), I can add the *.gho I’ve just created. But when I go to the advanced options for resizing partitions, none are listed (I should have 3 listed). The 3 partitions are created if I use the *.gho but I really need to resize them.

Does someone here ever encountered this problem ? What am I missing ? Thanks for your help !

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Admin Partitions | Partition ID Gets Skipped

Q: On “show ns partition” output, we sometimes see partition ID assignment is not sequential / IDs getting skipped. Is this a problem ?

A:Subject to memory availability one can create up to 511 admin partitions manually.

A partition ID is assigned to each partition upon creation and is used for internal tracking (this is not a user defined parameter).

Partition IDs are assigned from 1 to 511, however if there is an error (for any reason) during partition creation or a partition is deleted then partitioned will be skipped, these are reused later once 511 is reached.

Example:

Add partition parta … success | partition:ID1

Add partition partb … success | partition:ID2

Add partition partc… failed | partition:ID3 (Skipped)

Add partition partd… success | partition:ID4


//Assume the one below is 510th partition created it will be assigned partitionID:511

Add partition partx success | partitionID:511

//So, the actual 511th partition will now be assigned partitionID:3 as that was skipped previously

Add partition party .. will be assigned partitionID3

Q: Do these skipped partition IDs have any resource consumption until freed / reused.

A:Resources are only consumed by active partitions, skipped partition IDs do not have any bearing on resource consumption.


Example:

==

In the following output partitionID 1 to 30 and 34 is skipped (for any reason)

> show ns partition

1) Name: a

Partition ID: 31

Max BW : 10240 Kbps

Max Conn :1024 Max Mem: 700 MB

2) Name: b

Partition ID: 32

Max BW : 10240 Kbps

Max Conn :1024 Max Mem: 700 MB

3) Name: c

Partition ID: 33

Max BW : 10240 Kbps

Max Conn :1024 Max Mem: 700 MB

4) Name: d

Partition ID: 35

Max BW : 10240 Kbps

Max Conn :1024 Max Mem: 5 MB

Done

>

Now if you check using nsconmsg you can see memory use is only by the active partitions, no memory is in use for skipped partition IDs (1-30 or 34)

> shell

Copyright (c) 1992-2013 The FreeBSD Project.

Copyright (c) 1979, 1980, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994

The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

root@ns# nsconmsg -d finalstatswt0 -K /var/nslog/newnslog -g mem_cur_usedsize | grep partition

3 0 3193912 mem_cur_usedsize partition_ctx(a) (PART-31)

5 0 3193912 mem_cur_usedsize partition_ctx(b) (PART-32)

7 0 3193912 mem_cur_usedsize partition_ctx(c) (PART-33)

9 0 3193912 mem_cur_usedsize partition_ctx(d) (PART-35)

root@ns#

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Symantec does not detect EICAR on big partition

I need a solution

Hello,

we have a Windows fileserver with SEP 14RU1MP2 installed on it. The fileserver has 6 partitions with different sizes. On 5 partitions SEP works great. But on the biggest partition it does not detect EICAR files which is really strange. The partition is 11 TB large.

I already repaired SEP together with the Symantec support and after that SEP works again good for a few days. The exeptions are also ok. But now we have that issue again.

Does anyone have an idea how to solve that issue?

Thank you!

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Re: Server is not Gen3 or above (bad nodes: [“0.2”])

Yes. I just had the same error on one of my nodes and had to be replaced. I contacted support and told me the SSD partition is missing. There is a way to fix it but thought it was easier to replace node.

Open a ticket and work with suppprt.

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Solutions Architect

Data Protection & Availability

PS Americas East (NY/NJ) Delivery

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– above 50%

etc etc

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Event ID 100010004: The /ifs partition on the cluster is near capacity

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