|I have a weird problem when restoring an image. I always got an error message "Can't read the following volume file: ... /stdin.001".|
|Most of the cases, the reason of the problem is when it saved:|
(1) If the image is saved by lzo (-z3 option), and you put the image in the network-based directory, maybe you can try to use gzip to save it (-z1). Lzo need good quality network.
(2) If you are restoring a local image (not in network-based directory), and the image is saved from an ext3 partition of Fedora linux, for example. This is the limitation of partimage. The "Blocks per group" of ext2/3 is always 32768 in partimage. However, in Fedora linux, sometimes this is always true.
Check this for more info: https://sourceforge.net/p/clonezilla/discussion/Clonezilla_live/thread/e87b2148
You can use upgrade to drbl 1.8.1 with drbl-partimage 0.6.7_beta2 or later. This bug was fixed in partimage 0.6.7_beta2. Another choice is you can choose to use "-q2" (use Partclone) when saving the image.
(3) Maybe you hit the kernel/hardware issue, you can try to change to different kernel.