Finally, like you said, opened it up and visually looked at it!
Proxmox was right with 56gb of ram and the iDrac of the dell blade server inventory was wrong.
I don't understand why the blade itself wouldn't report the right amount of ram but the OS would!??
I had like 6x4gb and 4x8gb
I have an Dell blade server rack and I need more memory on one of my bland but I found that it has 24gb ram but somehow Proxmox sees 55gb...
Where could that be from.
I want to buy and ugprade the ram level but I was not expecting 24gb...
Also, I read something that I am affraid would...
Yes the initial issue was with pvebld15 that was down.
But I was able to have it worked.
Today it was pvebld05 what was down. A simple reboot and it worked.
Tomorrow I will have all 5 of them upgraded to the same version which could raise stability.
Yes I don't know what is wrong with HA...
I understand. My proxmox admin left and I'm a vmware admin.
I don't know where the actual promox OS is located, probably local ssd on the blade itself but all vm are located on a FreeNas.
CEPH is not installed.
Here's what I see for the storage:
How can I find the other piece of...
Thanks for the clarifications.
I wanted to upgrade but my node pve05 is down now (not pve15 which is the one I already upgraded).
And the restart isn't working:
Where is the issue or where should I look?
So if I understand correctly, if the node is completely gone with no harddrives access possible, there is no way to "import" the VM located on the NAS from a healthy node like you can do in VmWare. You must have at least harddrive access to the defective node to grab the .conf file.
Ok. good to...