You have to work from both command lines (guest and host), and any error can destroy all your data.
First, from the guest, you have to resize filesystem and partitions (possibly using gparted) to the final size of the disk (better play safe and have a good margin... in your case reduce to 80G or...
I'll have to do some more tests, but you're (quite certainly) right.
I now added "r|/dev/mapper/.*-vm--[0-9]+--disk--[0-9]+|" to the global_filter line.
It excludes all the contents of the disks created by Proxmox from host's LVM visibility. I think it should be safe enough to be included in the...
Yes. I was quite sure (had to reboot for an unrelated network issue), but to be 100% sure I rebooted the host again and re-tested.
Definitely installing intel-microcode package does not solve the issue. Seems guest-agent and LSI 53C895A are incompatible.
Seems unrelated to the workload, too: I...
Installed it and seems something changed. Now instead of a kernel panic it just says that a process (usually exim4) "blocked for more than 120 seconds" and performance dropped. But that could be a problem of that VM. Going to test with other VMs.
Quite old thread, but I traced the panic to the
Keeping all the rest the same, disabling support for guest agent avoids panic. On the other hand, if I replace SCSI with VirtIO keeping agent support enabled, it works.
No change if actual agent is installed or not.
Hope it helps...
I solved by upgrading the firmware in the MD3800i and simplifying the multipath.conf file to:
After last upgrade, I sometimes get migration errors.
I'm using a shared storage (Dell MD3200) system.
This one seems a race condition:
2019-04-16 12:29:34 migration status: completed
can't deactivate LV '/dev/DataBox1_r6/vm-116-disk-0': Logical volume DataBox1_r6/vm-116-disk-0 is used...
cpuburn stresses the cpu to highlight power and thermal issues.
There shouldn't be anything else running. Better if you run it from runlevel 1 and readonly filesystems (or from USB key), to avoid corruptions.
If something goes wrong the hard way, it'll lock up the machine.
You have to let it run...