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  1. unable to create fairsched node - still in use

    emil@virt13:~$ pveversion -v pve-manager: 1.4-9 (pve-manager/1.4/4390) qemu-server: 1.1-8 pve-kernel: 2.6.24-16 pve-qemu-kvm: 0.11.0-2 pve-firmware: 1 vncterm: 0.9-2 vzctl: 3.0.23-1pve3 vzdump: 1.2-5 vzprocps: 2.0.11-1dso2 vzquota: 3.0.11-1 emil@virt13:~$
  2. unable to create fairsched node - still in use

    Hi, I am having the same problem after I upgraded to the last version. Did the restart, upgrade, update....still no luck. virt13:/home/emil# qm start 103 unable to create fairsched node start failed: command '/usr/bin/kvm -monitor unix:/var/run/qemu-server/103.mon,server,nowait -vnc...
  3. How to access physical hdd from fully virtualized machine

    One mmore thing: -if I want to use /dev/sda1 in a virtualized Windows 2003 a) I should format sda1 in ntfs format in Debian(where Proxmox is installed) b) I should leave it unformatted and format in ntfs under Windows a) or b) ? Also I will be able to see what is on the sda1 from...
  4. How to access physical hdd from fully virtualized machine

    there is no difference...still wired size. I resized at 3.18Tb and now it is showing in Proxmox 3259.62899541855GB(right size), but in Windows shows: Disk 1 Basic 1798.53 Online ...and 4 partitions on it: 1 - 3.13Gb unallocated 2 - 914.40Gb Unknown partition 3 - 13.74Gb unallocated 4 - 867.17Gb...
  5. How to access physical hdd from fully virtualized machine

    Ok...I have no idea what is wrong with this. If I boot and simulate a fresh install of windows or linux, the size of the second drive is: Windows XP 32 bit - 270Gb Windows XP 64 bits - 270Gb Windows 2003 32bits - 270Gb Ubuntu 9.04 Desk 64 bits - 4.7Tb Ubuntu 8.04 Serv 32(I guess) - 4.7Tb...
  6. How to access physical hdd from fully virtualized machine

    Also I delete all the partitions and make them unformatted So in parted: (parted) print /dev/sda Model: AMCC 9650SE-16M DISK (scsi) Disk /dev/sda: 14.0TB Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B Partition Table: gpt Number Start End Size File system Name Flags 1 17.4kB...
  7. How to access physical hdd from fully virtualized machine

    name: Windows2003 smp: 1 vlanu: rtl8139=D6:0A:F8..... bootdisk: ide0 ide0: vm-101-disk-1.qcow2 ide1: cdrom,media=cdrom ide2: /dev/sda3 ostype: w2k3 memory: 1500 onboot: 0 boot: dc freeze: 0 cpuunits: 1000 acpi: 1 kvm: 1 virt13:~# fdisk /dev/sda WARNING: GPT (GUID Partition Table) detected on...
  8. How to access physical hdd from fully virtualized machine

    I have an issue: I installed windows 2003 on a 50 Gb virtualized hdd and now I have 13 Tb(RAID 6) hdd that I split it in 3 partitions. One is ntfs and I add it to the Windows 2003 machine(/dev/sda3) but in Windows I am able to see 270.49Gb instead of more than 4Tb(4366.49064302444GB in Proxmox)...
  9. How to access physical hdd from fully virtualized machine

    Ooo....just waiting for that as it is a pain in the a** to resize an image. Any estimation when will be available? Thanks. E
  10. Kernel panic /init

    I'm back. I think I should continue it as is kind of the same error. If not please move it in different thread. Hardware: two hdds SSD Samsung 80Gb in RAID 1 with adaptec controller from the motherboard(SUPERMICRO MBD-X7DAL-E-O Dual LGA 771) -installed Devian 64 bits on hardware RAID 1(mirror)...
  11. Kernel panic /init

    Ok, Maybe this thread should end here as now I am installing Debian. I hope will be no problems. Thanks Tom!
  12. Kernel panic /init

    I am installing Proxmox on top of Ubuntu as I saw that this is possible on top of Debian...looks like I am wrong. Debian is "the rock upon which Ubuntu is built"
  13. Kernel panic /init

    Well...you guess.... Grub error: error 11 unrecognized device string changed from "root ce164832...9870" to "root (hd0,0)". Boot ok but the same error from the beginning: /init: line 195: syntax error: 0xUUID=ce164832...9870 Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init! Notice that...
  14. Kernel panic /init

    You know what? I feel that I am not alone. Thanks a lot for your help. Back to the job, After sudo su and root@virt13:/home/emil# wget -O- "http://download.proxmox.com/debian/key.asc" | apt-key add - --2009-08-14 10:01:54-- http://download.proxmox.com/debian/key.asc Resolving...
  15. Kernel panic /init

    I did a reinstall of Ubuntu and will need a step by step instructions how to install Proxmox on Ubuntu. I found something similar: http://samiux.wordpress.com/2009/06/22/howto-install-proxmox-ve-1-3-on-debian-5-01-lenny-amd64/ ...but it failed for me at step 3 that's why I did a reinstall...
  16. Kernel panic /init

    I am talking about Ubuntu 9.04 desktop edition. I have two hdds SSD Samsung 80Gb in RAID 1 with adaptec controller from the motherboard(SUPERMICRO MBD-X7DAL-E-O Dual LGA 771) I installed Proxmox and under grub is listed like Ubuntu 9.04, kernel 2.6.24-7-pve If I understand right Proxmox...
  17. Kernel panic /init

    Hi everybody, this is my first post and I hope I am asking the right question in the right place. I was playing with ESX and other linux based VM and now i would like to try Proxmox as I was not happy with the other ones. Everything went fine. 2 solid state RAID 1(supermicro motherboard raid...

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