On a hunch - do you have HA resources configured in that cluster? - If yes and if your nodes lost network connectivity to each other (as I could imagine happens during a STP recalculation) - then I guess they fenced themselves since they lost quorum - check the reference documenatation...
Please check the upgrade instructions:
In that case I would guess that the issue is that you have overridden the postgresql config template and thus have the config pointing to the wrong path
does the mountpoint (i.e. the directory where you try to mount /dev/sdb1 on) '/media/emaildata' exist?
else create it:
`mkdir -p /media/emaildata`
and try again
if this does not help - please open a new thread (always do so instead of replying to 3 year old threads) -...
A colleague of mine just pointed this out - try setting:
i.e. without the https:// for the proxy-url - one proxy on one port can not simultaneously speak http+https+ftp on one port....
if this does not work - try dropping the https+ftp proxy...
seems there is a problem in connecting to enterprise.proxmox.com via https (in the TLS connection)...
do you have some kind of proxy in between your node and enterprise.proxmox.com/the internet?
make sure you can connect successfully to https://enterprise.proxmox.com
My first guess would be that the PATH variable is not set correctly when using ssh
since the putty session seems to indicate that you intially logged in as user kirby - how did you become root?
if su - check https://wiki.debian.org/NewInBuster
else - does it work if you run...
Try reinstalling pmg-api to get a clean state of the timer file
and then - `systemctl edit pmgspamreport.timer`
also make sure to copy the contents as I pasted them (yours had a space between the ':' and the minute)
then check the journal again
I hope this helps!