That's odd and might point to a misconfiguration/driver issue - please check your journal shortly after boot (there should be messages regarding the renaming of interfaces)
What is the incoming traffic? (if everything is from one tcp/udp stream then that's to be expected)! i.e. what does create...
first of all: make sure you have a working and tested backup!! (in case something goes wrong you could lose data otherwise)
going through your output again - I think that the 'pve' volume group still has a bit of space:
In that case you should be good by just running `lvextend` (check its...
Your thinpool pve/data is full - you need to reduce the used space (vm-100-disk-0) seems to use up most of the space
(alternatively you could extend the VG with another disk - but keep in mind that you have no redundancy in that case and losing one disk means you'll lose everythin on both disks)...
If you have only one domain (or all your domains are on the zimbra installation):
* enter the zimbra's hostname (or ip) as default relay in GUI->Configuration->Mail Proxy->Relaying
* add the domain(s) to Relay Domains
* no need to add entries to transport (since the default relay is your zimbra)...
Usually yes - it means that iommu is not enabled working.
Since your CPU (I5-7400) and the chipset (H110) (if i read that correctly) do support vt-d - maybe ask the manufacturer of the computer for a BIOS update or instructions how to enable that..
does this line contain the hostname? (not sure if you try to anonymize the answer or if its the actual answer you're receiving)
if this is the actual answer - I would check the config of the Firewall you have in front of PMG (cisco PIX)?- I suspect it changes the responses
* check your '/etc/postfix/main.cf' - what's the value of 'myhostname', 'mydomain' and 'smtpd_banner'?
* what's the output of `pmgconfig dump |grep ^dns` ?
* what does `drill -x $your.ip.address` yield (you need to replace $your.ip.address with the IP you have the PTR set on, and you might need...
That's odd since PVE uses systemd-boot only if you install on a uefi system (otherwise systemd-boot does not work)
You can check with:
(if there are files then the system is booted in uefi mode)
The errors in the log:
Mar 24 17:36:39 mx9 postfix/smtp: EE3A33C2BA5: conversation with mail.mandirisek.co.id[22.214.171.124] timed out while receiving
Mar 24 17:36:39 mx9 postfix/smtp: 9F9FF3C2E8E: to=<Mandiri.Prioritas@bankmandiri.co.id>, relay=mail11.bankmandiri.co.id[202.58.242...
hm - You should and need to test this in your environment!
However from memory if the Storage looses an interface and the initiator (PVE-node) recognizes this (i.e. no answers from the interfaces IP) multipath should pick the other IP for that storage.
IIRC the problematic part is where one of...