We solved it by exporting the zdb information to a text file and filter out to only have this type of content:
We found the disk with zdb, by specifying the object:
zdb -ddddd hdd/test 384 | more
Object 384, 12k, 296GB real size, 500 GB disk size, 128k blk size, 512 dnsize
This is the file we are missing. We are trying to recover it now, but it's hard to find any information on this.
We create ZFS snapshots and replicate them to 2 different systemens, with a retention of 6 months. Since the running disk was removed 8 months ago, we don't see the disk as a file anymore. We do see data change in the ZFS snapshots, so there is some data but it is not visible to us. This is also...
I managed to delete a VM disk a long time ago, while it was still running. Now, 8 months later, I stopped and tried to start a VM but it won't start because the disk is missing.
8 months ago I did a move:
create full clone of drive virtio0 (ssd:100/vm-100-disk-0.qcow2)
We have a small cluster with 3 nodes and 2 storage servers. The nodes are connected with a bond to 2 switches with LACP. Switches are in virtual chassis and have the port groups configured.
Recently we started to see network errors/hickups. They only seem to apply on the proxmox servers...
The bwlimit: function in datacenter.cfg doesn't work. You can only copy disks with rsync bwlimit when the VM is stopped.
See other forum posts, moving disks with limits in datacenter.cfg doesn't work. It will just use the full MBps possible.
On the hosted Windows Server OS, navigate to Network Connections, open Ethernet Adapter properties and disable RSC for both IPv4 and iPv6 Once you have manually disabled RSC on the network adapter, you must restart the machine for the changes to take effect.
I've logged out many times and used different computers / complete browser refresh / private navigation.
There is no configuration in the /etc/pve/storage.cfg other than normal:
I've put different options in /etc/pve/datacenter.cfg but it doesn't seem to apply.
For example, I put language: de and reload the webinterface or use private navigation, but it's still English.
Also, I've put bwlimit: move=2,default=2,migration=2 in the file but still it keeps taking...
We have a 6-node Proxmox cluster. Recently we updates from Proxmox 4 / Debian 8 to Proxmox 5 / Debian 9.
Since the upgrade, we have many failed PfSense firewalls running as VM on Proxmox.
We run every PfSense firewall with 2 adapters. 1 adapter is for WAN without a VLAN, the other adapter...