To be honest I gave up and went in a different direction to solve my issue. Turns out that the specific WIFI module that I was using doesn't have drivers for linux in general. Some people tried to generate one compiling others drivers. The result is a very poor performance and a...
I have 3 nodes in my lab. Two of them have Linux 5.15.35-1-pve #1 SMP PVE 5.15.35-3 as their kernel. The other one have Linux 5.15.35-1-pve #1 SMP PVE 5.15.35-2
I have checked the source list on all machines and they are the same.
The two that have the same versions are NUC PCs with i7...
I need to use a WIFI adapter on one of my VMs to be able to access an specific equipment.
If I connect the usb wifi adapter, although the NICs are connected as before, I cannot access the server or ping it.
As soon as I remove the adapter and reboot again, everything works.
I think I...
I'm trying to prune running
proxmox-backup-client prune vm/105 --keep-hourly 25 --keep-daily 8 --keep-weekly 2 --keep-monthly 1
and this is the error I'm getting
Error: unable to get (default) repository
My backup per the GUI runs at 01:45 am, but I have a local job at the VE host that...
Thanks, sorry newbie.
For the hosts all of them are ZFS, for the ISOs LVM (ex4). I didn't tweaked anything in ZFS. Is there a guide I can read or try to follow ?
I'm using the Proxmox GUI Summary as the measure. I tried top now and I saw the same thing.
I don't have cache set...
I'm running Proxmox at a 24 x Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2620 v2 @ 2.10GHz (2 Sockets) with 256GB of RAM
Linux versions Linux 5.11.22-3-pve #1 SMP PVE 5.11.22-6
Right now I have 5 VMs running. 4 Ubuntu servers, 1x32GB RAM,1x16GB RAM, 1x 4GB/8GB RAM ballooning...
I did screw up. I remove my PBS backup disk from the server and from the ZFS disks. I can see the disk on the disks list of the GUI.
If I try to wipe it, it says disk/partition '/dev/sdb' has a holder (500)
I tried to import it through the command line using zpool import -a -f -d /dev/sdb...
I tried to install it from the scratch. Booting from an USB and it has some incompatibility with my hardware. It freezes during install.
Watchdog: BUG: soft lockup - CPU#2 stcuk for 22s
It seems related to the linux Kernel. Any ideas ?
I tried to find the disk file and it only exists in /dev/pve
If I use ESC to boot menu and select Virtuo SCSI it says it can't find the boot disk.
I'm not sure why the system doesn't mount the disk as it should. What can I try next ?
I upgraded my ve from 6.4.11 to 7.0.2 last night.
Looking in the boot process i can see that my PVE is LVM2 all clean
Then I see errors that is the same
watchdog: BUG: soft lockup - CPU#1 stuck for 22s
Then like 20 seconds or so later
watchdog: BUG: soft lockup - CPU#1 stuck for 23s...
I have a 24 core Xeon 2620 with 2 processors and 128 Gb of run. The OS HD is a M.2 flash drive.
The CPU won't go higher than 5%, the memory is at 45% usage. But I'm seeing IO delays constantly averaging 5% with peaks higher than 20%.
Looking in the summary page of each VM I didn't any IO...
I don't know if you see that same thing, but on the host that runs my TrueNas VM, the memory is used much more than what I've set for TrueNas.
I can see it on the summary of the host (almost all memory used on the host) but the VM is using just what it's set to use. I think it's because the...