I am using the latest PVE 5.4 and the builtin hardware watchdog in a Supermicro X11 board with the ipmi_watchdog kernel module. After rebooting the machine the baseboard management controller (AST2500) complains about a watchdog timeout and tries to reset the machine somewhere between...
The guest is Ubuntu 18.04 with latest updates/kernel.
It happens since I deployed the VMs which is about 4 months ago so it had several kernels running and 3 guest agent versions.
apt changelog qemu-guest-agent
qemu (1:2.11+dfsg-1ubuntu7.6) bionic; urgency=medium
[ Christian Ehrhardt ]
There seems to be an issue with the qemu guest agent, the replication is failing many times for some VMs if it is enabled and running.
I tried to disable the freeze commands in /etc/qemu/qemu-ga.conf:
and see the difference in the...
After letting the replication run only on the HDD pool for a while I am very sure the SSD pool is causing the problem.
I checked the parameters of both pools and compared them but no idea what the cause is.
Could you please point me into the right direction what is special about ZFS on pure SSD?
I have 2 pools, first mirror of 2 SSDs, second mirror of 2 HDDs.
I see when replication fails it is always the first VM disk which is on the SSD pool, could it be related to that?
Both pools are configured with thin provision and disks have discard on, I have now moved all VM disks to the HDD...
I am running a 3 node cluster with local storage (zfs) and latest version of pve:
proxmox-ve: 5.2-2 (running kernel: 4.15.18-2-pve)
pve-manager: 5.2-7 (running version: 5.2-7/8d88e66a)