Recent content by loneboat

  1. Sharing local storage as SMB or NFS share

    With respect - you're coming off as almost hostile, @fabian. @crackers819903 said they've already tried various combinations of directives in their systemd setup. This doesn't strike me as a "Help I'm a noob, I'm in completely over my head" post. It's more "Hey I've tried x, y, and z, and here...
  2. Sharing local storage as SMB or NFS share

    I'd be interested in seeing what's up with this as well. I'm wanting to enable ZFS's built-in NFS server, but I'll hold off if it's known to require manual restarting after reboots.
  3. Will I screw anything up if I create my OWN zfs snapshots of lxc/qm disks which I have on zfs?

    Hmmm, I'll have a look at this. The reason I was hoping to do plain-vanilla ZFS snapshots is because I intend to use this same process to snapshot some other (non-PVE) zfs datasets as well. But your points about fsfreeze and RAM dumps are good - maybe I just need to split my automatic-snapshot...
  4. Will I screw anything up if I create my OWN zfs snapshots of lxc/qm disks which I have on zfs?

    I keep my LXC container and QM VM disks on a ZFS filesystem. I don't know much about how PVE manages the ZFS snapshots associated with a given container/vm, but I do see in my filesystem that it does have various snapshots which it creates for migrations etc: root@node1:~# zfs list -r -t...
  5. Could not log into web GUI while other node was shut down?

    Thanks both, this answers my question perfectly.
  6. Could not log into web GUI while other node was shut down?

    I have a 4-node cluster with nodes A, B, C, and D. I recently had to take nodes A and B offline to install a new NIC in them. I wanted to watch their status on the web GUI of node C while I waited for them to boot back up, so after I shut down nodes A and B, I pulled up node C's web GUI. I was...
  7. 3rd-party ZFS auto-snapshot scripts - Am I doing something dangerous as far as PVE is concerned?

    Thanks for the advice. I will continue using proper PVE snapshots for my containers/VMs. This zfs-auto-snapshot was only intended to create snapshots for my non-PVE ZFS datasets - I just had not anticipated that it would ALSO snapshot my PVE ZFS datasets, and was worried it might mess up...
  8. 3rd-party ZFS auto-snapshot scripts - Am I doing something dangerous as far as PVE is concerned?

    I use Proxmox to host a bunch of container and VMs, but I also have created some other (non-pve-related) ZFS pools/datasets on my PVE host. I was exploring 3rd-party scripts for automatically creating snapshots of these datasets (specifically this one...
  9. [SOLVED] pveproxy only listening on ipv6 address, not on ipv4

    Honestly I'm just gonna nuke the node and reinstall. There's a decent chance that it's not even the node's fault, and I've messed up something upstream in my network. We could spend days on it and still find nothing. I appreciate your help along the way though - Thank you for your time! I'll...
  10. [SOLVED] pveproxy only listening on ipv6 address, not on ipv4

    I'm closing this thread, as I think the root issues are probably in the missing permissions mentioned in my previous post. I've opened a fresh thread which will address this issue directly, instead of going down rabbitholes of symptoms rather than the root cause. Thanks for your help, @mira ...
  11. [SOLVED] Missing write permissions in /etc/pve/ directory

    While troubleshooting another issue (couldn't access web gui), I discovered that the write permissions for most of my /etc/pve/ directory are absent on one of my nodes (XXXX): root@XXXX:/etc/pve# ll total 14K drwxr-xr-x 2 root www-data 0 Dec 31 1969 . drwxr-xr-x 87 root root 177 Nov...
  12. [SOLVED] pveproxy only listening on ipv6 address, not on ipv4

    Well this is very very strange - Poking around the filesystem, I see that write permissions for most of my /etc/pve/ directory are absent on host XXXX: root@XXXX:/etc/pve# ll total 14K drwxr-xr-x 2 root www-data 0 Dec 31 1969 . drwxr-xr-x 87 root root 177 Nov 18 10:57 .. -r--r----- 1...
  13. [SOLVED] pveproxy only listening on ipv6 address, not on ipv4

    It's a new install. I'm actually thinking of just decommissioning it and rebuilding it - it's not currently hosting anything important, and ultimately may be less trouble. But I hate not knowing what's causing it. :-(
  14. [SOLVED] pveproxy only listening on ipv6 address, not on ipv4

    One other interesting behavior I'm noticing (don't know if it's relevant) is that when I SSH into YYYY (the healthy node) from my desktop, the connection is immediate. However when I SSH into XXXX (the unhealthy one), it takes a good solid 30 seconds for it to connect. This is odd, because XXXX...

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