I'm making tests on another pc.
This is my interface file:
iface lo inet loopback
iface enp6s0 inet static
iface ens6 inet manual
#for VMs (pci-e)
Thank you Rhinox.
Ok, I need one more, let's say 10.0.80.193. But if assign this address to vmbr0, I haven't yet the NAT option.
So I think I have to configure NAT + DHCP manually.
How can I do it? I have not been able to find a guide.
on my PVE server (v. 5.2.7) I have two ethernet interfaces.
I decided to dedicate one for Proxmox administration, the other for virtual machines.
Both nics are connected to the same network (same switch).
I assigned a static ip address to the host dedicated nic, and no ip to the other...
I have configured a third host with Proxmox 2.1 named Node3. I have created the cluster on Node3 and added Node1 and Node2 to that cluster.
Now quorum is ok, /etc/pve is read-write and Node3 is the master.
Can I force Node1 to become master?
I'm inside a lan so I think a don't have multicat problems...
The problem is, I think, I have two nodes, let's say node1 and node2. Node1 was the main node and I tried to make node2 the main node... by adding/removing nodes, changing votes...
I hope that reinstalling isn't the only solution to...
ok, I've read that a cluster quorum is the cluster configuration.. so, loosing a quorum means loosing the cluster configuration, right? But, where is the cluster configuration stored? If I loose quorum, how can I repair it?