Hi wolfgang - to show hidden device in Windows:
Open a command prompt with Administrative privileges
At the command prompt, type the following lines, pressing ENTER after each line
In Device Manager go to View > Show...
I've noticed the same this with Windows 2008 R2 x64 and Windows 2003 x32 virtual machines
I have Proxmox version 4.4 and Virtio drivers version 126 stable.
Would be nice to find proper drivers for ACPI\QEMU0002
I noticed that this is different for version 4 now.
Here is what I done in version 4:
Go to Datacenter | Permissions | Authentication
Comment: Allow users to backup to local disk
Go to Datacenter | Permissions | Users
Edit the User(s) requiring permission by including...
We are setting up a cluster of Proxmox ver 4.2 hosts using shared LVM Groups with Network Backing via 10GB ISCSI to a Dell MD3800i SAN.
Just looking at the following post for Proxmox ver 1 it mentions that we need to consider using CLVM...
Thanks Jeff I saw that document before but it did not make sense for me.
Nevertheless, I did finally work it out. Not sure if this is the best way to do it but it works for me.
For dummies like me here is what I did via the web GUI (ver 3.2) for VM users who also need to backup VMs:
I just found out that the process has changed after logging a support ticket. You can do it yourself now.
Here is the response:
We enabled re-issuing subscription keys on the client portal, so please just go to:
1. Click on "Detail"
My solution was I had to first amend my Proxmox package repository file as the following command was erroring
apt-get update && apt-get install unzip libpam-cracklib
then i found the...
Worked for me with Proxmox 3.4 and Adaptec 6405 card with Maxview 1.08-21375
Minor amendment to Rawman instructions:
"edit the /etc/pam.d/wbem
change the path part of the modules from
/lib/security/ to /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/security/"
I found a workaround and note that I am running Proxmox VE 3.2
Amended vm config file to virtio1: /dev/sdc
Could then 'Optimize for quick removal'.
After safely ejecting drive in Windows, the Windows VM would continue to run.
However, if VM is shutdown there is a proxmox error on VM start up if...
I have a USB 3.0 device connected to the Proxmox host
I added ide1: /dev/sdc to the VM config file as suggested and could see the drive in Windows 2003.
I even managed to get USB 3.0 speeds out of it which which is great.
However, as it is a USB drive I'd like to use it in Windows as a...
Does anyone know how to install Intel RAID Web 2 Console on a Proxmox server?
I just want to be able to remotely view the status of the Proxmox RAID from a Windows client.
The readme that comes with the Intel Linux download does not make any sense. I think that it is only supported for Red Hat...
Yes, Here is what i did using a USB Drive and I have written it up for dummies like me ; ):
Connect the USB drive to the Source Proxmox server.
Go to source proxmox console
Determine which drive is the USB drive (in my case it was /dev/sdc):
prepare disk for mounting:
I used udo’s Option 1 and did the following and it worked.
For Dummies like me I’ve put it in as simple english as possible.
#Identify local disk to be used as backup drive via proxmox ssh console
# In our case dev/sdc was intended for the local backup drive.
# format and prepare disk...