We have the same problem on several of our customers 7.1 installs.
Windows VMs are stuck after a reboot following Windows Update.
This is very problematic since it can disrupt many services.
It doesn't seem to affect our 5.x and 6.x customers though.
Maybe it is stated somewhere but I can't seem to find it, so here is my question:
I have a client running an old Proxmox 2.3-13.
I am running Zarafa on a Debian 6 qemu.
I want to schedule a daily zarafa-backup of the mailboxes on an external samba share.
How does vzdump handle...
Sorry for my late reply, and thank you very much for your help.
I ticked the "no backup" box on the "unused disk", earlier tonight.
It activated the disk (i did not expect that), adding the "no backup" option to it.
I let the midnight backup job do its thing, it did not change a...
I can do that, but being overly paranoid, I just need to be sure, will it maintain 100% functionality of the VM while the backup is in progress?
It's probably an obvious question, but I'm really beginning with live snapshots and all that, and I can't take any chance to disrupt people's work...
Thank you for you reply.
I see the disk as "unused disk 0" local:100/vm-100-disk-4.raw
the "no backup" option is not ticked.
I don't know why it is here really, I see it in windows as a small unallocated partition of Disk 2. But the log says that it skipped it anyway, so maybe that is not the...
First of all, I am a newbie in Proxmox (and generally VMs), taking over after someone who handled me the baby and left the country (literally).
I tried to understand how it all worked, and think I have the layout figured out.
We run proxmox 2.3.13 on a cluster of 2 servers, all VMs are...