I've just done a fresh install of proxmox, added a drive as ZFS to the server and called it "data" and during boot I got the message:
But the system continue to boot and the drive is mounted and work correctly.
After looking around internet and the forum I did not find somebody with...
It appear to have stopped and work like before... Not sure to understand why it acted like that during a good hour
I will keep watch on the time if it happen again.
Sorry for having post this so quickly and took your time :(
Yes the time is at the correct day and hour.
My Bios clock was reset this morning (MB battery issue, I need to replace it), but I set everything correctly before the OS boot and the date was ok at that time, still is when I have just checked now
I started using proxmox for the first time two week ago, and really like it.
I got the habit to open a session on the webui and leaving it running in the bacground while sometime monitoring how everything goes and just continue working with it when I needed/wanted to without any issues...
For now it is at least the best harware I have that wont hurt my electricity bill at the end of the month and the same system is already running since 2-3 years on it's brother without the Proxmox UI, I do not know how much more than the 4GB currently used it will require really, but my hopes...
I see, well, if it write everything in /var/log I can move it to the ZFS part to preserve it's life, or I guess that in the worst case I can temporarly set it in tmpfs if I need too.
But for you, except the part where the RAM size is a little low everything seem doable? If I am right I have...
I can't deny that I am limited by the RAM for now, I plan to upgrade later for something better but it wont be before some month or even a year :confused:
I mostly self-host everything on it, so I plan to again have a little of everything running inside (LDAP, minio, MySQL, pgSQL, seafile...
Before trying to migrate (or convert) what I have to a Proxmox system, I wanted to check with you if that is something viable to do.
For the harware I have an Asrock Beebox J3455, that contain a... J3455 (quad core @1.5Ghz to 2.3Ghz), 8GB of RAM (the maximum possible), an...