I solved the problem according following link. Switch back to an older version of hp-health
It seems to be a problem of Debian Jessie and my Proliant Server.
Each user can be member of several groups.
But if use this command line twice
pveum usermod testuser@pve -group admin
pveum usermod testuser@pve -group group1
the first assignment is overwritten. Seems to be the wrong command. But what is...
I bought a refurbished ProLiant SE316M1R2 to replace our old server.
At first I installed Centos 7 to run hpsum, the HP update tool, which works only for rpm based distros without problems. I installed also the HP tools of the package hp-health which work fine. e.g. HPASMCLI
Than I installed...
Edit: Problemes solved - see hint:
Afer a server crash we reinstalled proxmox 3.x.
We migrated the VMs, works fine. But there is a problem with one KVM-VM with multiple IPs. I can only reach the first IP from outside. The other IPs are not reachable. Before the crash this was no problem.
I am unhappy that your thread Proxmox 4 Won't Boot Automatically was closed.
I am not a expert for UEFI and GPT, but in my opinion a server product should act defensive - if UEFI isn't available or disabled - don't use it.
For my motherboard I found a strange solution...
Same layout - but my BIOS (last available update 2013) isn't happy with this layout - with UEFI support enabled, or disabled.
Disk /dev/sda: 111.8 GiB, 120034123776 bytes, 234441648 sectors
Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
Installation history: Installation of promox 3.x last year using this proxmox instance as server for different OS/databases. No problems with booting
Clean installion of proxmox 3.4 and 4 today - same problem:
UEFI boot enabled: No proper boot device
UEFI boot disabled: blinking cursor -...
Same problem with a Intel DQ67SW Motherboard - latest BIOS
Proxmox 3.x worked fine
Re-installation of Promox 4 same problem - automatic boot fails, only booting via BIOS boot menu is possible.
Tried everything - enable or disable UEFI support - automatic boot fails
This is a test machine -...
My problemes with the graphic server were only related to conflicting ports! No commercial subscription. Only a up-to-date system.
proxmox-ve-2.6.32: 3.1-114 (running kernel: 2.6.32-26-pve)
pve-manager: 3.1-24 (running version: 3.1-24/060bd5a6)
There is a docu
but is seems there is no special information for debian - VM driver.
Debain 7 says that the monitor is unknwon.
I installed according
using the debain repos.
Now I can...
I mirgated yesterday a Promox 1.9 Server to latest 2.x. Migration - stop VM, backup and restoring the VM on the new server.
Works fine. During the migration of an addional UNIX user for further purpose was created. No use/login of the this uset a this time. But this user exists also on...
I am in the middle of a promomx 1.9 to 2.2 migration. Works fines! But many of the openvz containers are Java related. For proxmox 1.9 for least two cores and overdose memory were necessary to avoid very strange problems of the java vm.
These problem still exist for 2.2? I didn' find a...
I migrated a "older" VMware Server to Proxmox during the last month
Migration to OpenVZ - Java Stack
1:1 Migration to a LVM based KVM (Windows & Linux)
only data migration - new KVM with Centos 6 (broken update path for 5.x)
This are customers VM - therefore the mix of OS.
I am really...