I have to agree here. At least the subscription based Enterprise version should support both LTS (currently Jessie) and Extended LTS (currently Wheezy).
The reality is actually different. Both Debian 8 LTS and Debian 7 Extended LTS have in many cases better security support then Debian 9.
Unbuffered ECC memory modules have just an additional chip for the ECC correction. They will run like regular memory in non-ECC boards.
I am using here Samsung DIMM 16GB, DDR4-2400, CL17-17-17, ECC (M391A2K43BB1-CRC) Modules in my Threadripper based development machine without any problem. The...
Afaik many ASRock Ryzen Boards have ECC support enabled by default.
I doubt it has anything with the memory controller to do. ECC is even an official supported feature on the Ryzen Threadripper platform.
I have to agree with shukko. Glitches and issues all over the place. LXC is just horrible and at this point not a really good replacement for OpenVZ
Please make OpenVZ available again (using their latest 3.10 Kernel) or turn at least Proxmox VE 3.4 into a LTS release. Debian 7 LTS is supported...
I workaround this issue now with my own backup script:
cp /etc/pve/lxc/100.conf /backup/temp/etc/pve/lxc/
cp /var/lib/lxc/100/config /backup/temp/var/lib/lxc/100/
cp /var/lib/vz/images/100/vm-100-disk-1.raw /backup/temp/var/lib/vz/images/100/
I just upgraded a server from Proxmox VE 3/OpenVZ to Proxmox VE 4/LXC
How can I add multiple single IP addresses to a LXC container? This was fairly easy with OpenVZ but now with LXC it seems you can only add an IP subnet to the container. This also waste IP addresses because each IP subnet...