As embarrassed as I am to admit it, I actually had this same problem last year and solved it by freeing up inodes due to excessive .vg file creations:
What happened is that when I upgraded to Proxmox 7, it...
I have an issue where I cannot create new VM's following what appears to be an otherwise successful upgrade to VE7.2-7.
Looking at another thread on what seems to be a related issue, I ran the pvesm status command, which succeeded with the following output:
I am able to select an ISO from...
I would also like to point out that I am no longer experiencing the issue now that I have done what I wrote up here (cleared out the excessive inode usage):
Is it possible that the lack of inodes available...
I had to start another thread about inode issues (https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/excessive-inode-consumption-and-etc-lvm-archive.91868/), so I defer to people who are dealing with Samba inode consumption directly.
My research said deleting my .vg files in /etc/lvm/archive was safe; I cannot...
Some of you have probably seen these threads below:
I am experiencing a similar problem - but not due to Samba. I have...
Running into a similar issue. I'm seeing that no one responded to this, but I ran 'pvesm status' to try to keep this going:
Only error was that some .vg files were not found.
All other storage was listed correctly.
Just highlighting that this behavior is being observed by others too...
Just successfully tested on 6.4-8. Please note:
- Updated from FreeNAS 11.3 to TrueNAS Core 12.0-U4
- GrandWazoo seems to have made recent updates, so I deleted the freenas-proxmox repo I had cloned and re-cloned it
- Appears to be working A-OK
I was able to figure it out. See below if you run into similar issues:
The ISCSI service on my FreeNAS-11.2-U8 was initially having trouble restarting after reconfiguring the network. This was due to ISCSI and associated pools still being associated with the prior network configuration...
I re-did a lot of the networking on my cluster and appear to have successfully changed everything over to ZFS-over-ISCSI using LACP and Linux bonded interfaces for some throughput improvement and redundancy.
I am connecting to a FreeNAS cluster using GrandWazoo's ZFS-over-ISCSI patch...
So I have a 3-node cluster which each server loaded with local hard drives. I want to share the local hard drives across all the systems in the cluster, so I did the following:
Used parted to initialize with GPT and create a partition
Used mkfs.ext4 to create a filesystem on each...