I am having a hard time figuring out the best average values to limit read/write/ops for a "normal" HDD like HGST_HUS726020ALA610.
I got 2x2 TB of these in SoftRaid, and machines running only Windows server. Because these machines have SQL on them sometimes a machine can read/write so...
So there is no definitive answer to this ? I really can't believe it. The time on the machine changes without reason.
I also tried to enable Use local time for RTC: YES, but still the time changes inside the VM.
March 30,2019 Saturday 1:00AM (UTC+8) Timezone: Singapore
Thank you tom, however SSD's are much more expensive. And the company where I buy these from usually sell 2x480 gb in softraid automatically configured.
I am trying to find a solution to use these cheaper disks and not have IO delay.
I am trying to understand what is going on, but unfortunately I cannot find the cause. To keep this issue description short, I made a new installation of Proxmox 5.3.8 using the following hardware:
CPU: Intel Xeon E5-1650v3 - 6c/12t - 3.5GHz
RAM: 128GB DDR4 ECC 2133 MHz
I have been struggling with the new cluster I setup using Proxmox 5.2.
I have my KVM Templates .conf on the "main" node, and the disks on a NFS shared storage, so I can full clone them on any node.
Well I can't aparently, because I always get: "Can't clone to non-shared storage 'local'...
Proxmox 5.2 is amazing, period. However I am in a loop hole as I do not understand the following issues:
I could only mount 1 NFS storage instead of 1 x each nodes, I guess this is the way to do it inside a cluster ?!
I cannot copy the KVM templates on all nodes, they always stay on...
I used scsi and made no difference, right now I cannot chane to lvm-thin my storage for this... and I don't think it would make a difference anyway. The images are bugged, the GRUB loader inside them are missing the UID...
Yes, I tried as I said multiple versions ( 16, 18... ). However even the ones that actually boot, it's not OK and imagine this on a provision...
There is no other option but to make them manually I guess.
I honestly don't understand how this works for you, or anyone else. See the config requested below:
proxmox-ve: 5.2-2 (running kernel: 4.15.18-8-pve)
pve-manager: 5.2-11 (running version: 5.2-11/13c2da63)
Well the VM config is as the docs say, nothing changed or special. However no way to properly boot the images.
Tried all sorts of Ubuntu and even CentOS, it's always the same message.
I will add however, that if you leave it for like 5-10 minutes it will boot eventually... but that is not...
I don't understand how this worked/works for you guys. I tested a lot on Proxmox 5.2-11 using all sorts of Ubuntu Cloud Images, and all of them return:
error: no such device: root
Unless I create the template manually, I`m afraid none of this works. Not even the docs...