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Build 1761 for Acronis Snap Deploy 5

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Hello Everyone,

this thread contains the link to the build 1761 https://access.acronis.com/t/fwwtn4a0 (can upload in a different language on demand).

Note: all builds higher than 1749 do not support archive created with this version, because the mechanism of archive creation has changed. Images created with 1749 still could be deployed with a standalone utility. 

 

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Good Evening Ekaterina, it's possible to have the Italian version of last release of ASD5 please? Thank you so much!

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Andrea Paquola wrote:

Good Evening Ekaterina, it's possible to have the Italian version of last release of ASD5 please? Thank you so much!

Hello Andrea

sorry for the delayed response! I'll upload the Italian installer today and let you know 

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Andrea, as promised, here is the link to the 1808 build (it contains both the fixes introduced in 1761 and security improvements from the official released build 1780) https://access.acronis.com/t/86p8jvyz

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Hello,

on SnapDeploy5, build 1780, the data-rate is not constant. When deploying starts, the Data-Rate goes up to 100MB/s and above. But, unfortunately, after some minutes (10 minutes or more) the Data Rate drops down,

nearly zero. There is no error-message and the clients are still working on that deploy, but it takes hours and hours to complete. In this scenario, the Imagefile is on the system-disk of the deploy-server.

In a second scenario, the Master-image is on an external USB-2 drive. Therefore, the Data-Rate when deploying is about 20MB/s to 40MB/s. Also, the deployment starts with a high datarate, but drops down after some minutes.

Then, the data-rate rises up to 40MB/s for an interval of some minutes, drops down as before and rises up again.

the deployment is finishing after one ore more hours - the cloned disks are working - o.k.

But, how to resolve that error with dropping down data-rate ?

I changed the switch (1Gbit/s) - no change.

The imagefile takes about 220Gbyte.

What can i do ?

 

R2d2

 

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Hello r2d2,

thank you for your posting! I'd recommend putting it into a separate forum topic (here is the new topic creation form https://forum.acronis.com/node/add/forum), so that more people could see it and respond. This thread is only for informational purposes.