Then after about 3 hours of build, it aborts with the following error(s) ....
# Autogenerate blacklist for watchdog devices (see README)
install -m 0755 -d debian/pve-kernel-5.4.41-1-pve/lib/modprobe.d
ls debian/pve-kernel-5.4.41-1-pve/lib/modules/5.4.41-1-pve/kernel/drivers/watchdog/ >...
How do you build pve kernel in parallel?
The -j flag on make ist completly ignored and building the kernel on a low clocked 32core epyc takes like forever (but well, could use 64 threads instead, which should speedup build times enormously)
There seems to be an "older" bug in pve - when I enable kvm_amd avic, proxmox would add x2apic flag to and EPIC cpu (which is and intel cpu flag, so no wonder it cannot work)
I could fix this by my own, so please link me to...
I came over to this thread because I have seen this on reddit:
Because I hardly lack of time and I want to update the kernel of my 6.1.8 proxmox to at least kernel 5.6-rc6, maybe someone can post his...
You are working in that? But well, I thought qemuKVM isn't able to do this in first place and VMware has some magic tricks to passthrough an entire disk w/o passthrough of storage controller.
I think passing through an entire disk as virtio block device is not what thread opener wants to?
Well, if you want to decrease your ARC, you need to free the already allocated memory.
Running that drop_caches command _should_ free the reclaimable RAM from the ARC. There are some deficiencies in the ZFS on Linux memory management though, which could cause...