Recent content by Jason Calvert

  1. PVE 4 two nodes cluster wihout HA possible ?

    I have the same setup and worked this out just yesterday - Try this: man votequorum pvecm status nano /etc/pve/corosync.conf quorum { provider: corosync_votequorum two_node: 1 wait_for_all: 0 } totem { config_version: INCREASE_BY_1 !! interface { bindnetaddr: <ensure set...
  2. OpenVZ venet network problems after host network changes

    I have determined the cause of this issue. It was only happening on NFS storage, not local storage, and was also after a recent update of my FreeNAS server. I don't know what had changed, but it appeared that that update caused an incompatibility with ProxMox and NFS on ZFS! After the following...
  3. OpenVZ venet network problems after host network changes

    Hello, As below: root@proxmox1:~# cat /etc/pve/openvz/105.conf ONBOOT="no" PHYSPAGES="0:512M" SWAPPAGES="0:512M" KMEMSIZE="232M:256M" DCACHESIZE="116M:128M" LOCKEDPAGES="256M" PRIVVMPAGES="unlimited" SHMPAGES="unlimited" NUMPROC="unlimited" VMGUARPAGES="0:unlimited"...
  4. OpenVZ venet network problems after host network changes

    I discovered that after the reinstall of node "proxmox1" the NICs were in the wrong order. I have now corrected (in /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules) and so the output of brctl is now: root@proxmox1:~# brctl show bridge name bridge id STP enabled interfaces vmbr0...
  5. OpenVZ venet network problems after host network changes

    /etc/network/interfaces: # network interface settings auto lo iface lo inet loopback iface eth0 inet manual auto eth1 iface eth1 inet static address netmask auto eth2 iface eth2 inet static address netmask...
  6. OpenVZ venet network problems after host network changes

    Hi, I have been running Proxmox 3.x for 12+ months (mostly) without problems, with both OpenVZ containers with venet IPs, and KVM VMs. Until recently my network config looked like this: eth0,eth1 -> bond0 -> vmbr0, with IP on the bridge only I have now separated out the eth1 interface to...
  7. Proxmox VE 3.1 slow NFS reads

    Sorry about duplication!
  8. Proxmox VE 3.1 slow NFS reads

    Please take a look at the end of The issue with backups may be due to the default bandwidth limit of 10Mb/s
  9. Proxmox VE 3.1 slow NFS reads

    This is probably due to default bandwidth limit set for backups - see end of
  10. 2-Node HA Cluster with SBD Fencing?

    Hello, I am new to Proxmox VE, and have recently setup a 2-node cluster with a Quorum disk on iSCSI as per, but currently without fencing as I do not have a device to use. I am asumming that this is why the 'rgmanager' service will...


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