I have proxmox 1.9 and running 4 VMs(iso -linux server 11.10). I want to enlarge one VM, since it is out of storage now. my images are qcow2 format.
--- Volume group ---
VG Name pve
Sorry I do not know where to look for NFS server logs. But I checked the syslog and there is no information. In my case the PVE server do not have enough memory to run snapshot backup. So It hang the web GUI. A good idea in this case is to stop the VM you want to backup and take backup in stop...
only restart help this issue. After restart I was able to use lvremove and remove the logical volume. then restart the NFS share and restart the pvedaemon on the other pve node. also unlock the VM which was being backing up. Now everything works fine. Now I am confused about how to take backup...
I ran backup in shapshot mode and it hang proxmox 1.9 gui now. I use NFS share storage. So i tried to kill vzdump process. But one process I couldnot kill. The web GUI is still hanging.
ps -ef|grep vzdump
root 324654 1 87 Mar08 ? 3-06:41:37 /usr/lib/qemu-server/vmtar...
I have set backup in stop mode. But it got failed. any solutions???
I have also check the file /etc/qemu-server/103.conf . the VM is not locked. I have found that I can not shutdown my VM from web GUI.
Succeed to Fix the prob!!!!!!
Go to VNC and click Alt+Ctrl+Del resides in the upper right corner of the VNC. Then press del from the keyboard to capture the GRUB menu. Now you can start the VM as single user mode(check online how to start in single user mode). change the root password with...
ya the backup is stopped. I have just read one of your thread and found that it is a NFS storage problem and my case is same. how to bring the NFS storage online again??
I think i have to do it in my host1 ,where i have created the storage??
I am using proxmox 1.9 and tried to backup the kvm servers. But after power interruption the web gui is showing busy and unccessable. I have two clusters and the web gui is in host2 but the backup storage is in host1. how to stop backup in host1.
Thank you for quick reply.
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