as some probably know there was a possible guest to host in qemu via usb with CVE-2020-14364 which affects all versions until 5.2 (which is not released).
May it be possible that we get a backport on this, since it seems like the version still needs some more time...
Hi Proxmox Team,
in the changelog from the latest kernel i found
May you provide any more information for that? What exactly is leaking?
Is it about
Hi Proxmox Team,
i was wondering if the current version 4.0.0-5 of pve-qemu fixed CVE-2019-14378?
Edit: reading the changelogs helps:
pve-qemu-kvm (4.0.0-4) pve; urgency=medium
* fix CVE-2019-14378: slirp heap buffer overflow during packet reassembly
i just wanted to upgrade my debian systems for the latest systemd CVEs, so i always i coppied them via
"qm migrate vmid pveid --online --with-local-disks"
What was strange was the time, it was way faster then usal - and indeed the VM instantly crashed on the new host.
It seems like it...
today i tried to livemigrate a few vm for kernel update which worked great like usual on most of them. But one wont work. What i notice is high cachemiss cound, which i never noticed in any other migration before (always 0)
Do you have any ideas?
2018-08-02 12:15:02 starting...
since the upgrade to qemu 2.11 (i think the issue is here, i cant say for sure, but it came with the last "monthly update" i did) i get a strange error while performing livemirgration.
At first a migrations works but still output this error:
all mirroring jobs are ready...
I read the documentation and wonder if i need a new name for a node which i reinstalled.
There are 3 Nodes atm: pve01, pve02 and pve03.
When i now shutdown pve03 and remove the node via shell from the reaming other 2 systems and reinstall pve03, can i add the node aggain under...
Dear Promox Team,
first of all thanks for the great work, as always!
Is it normal the live-migration performance is way slower then before? Im using local discs and
"qm migrate 107 hostnamehere --online --with-local-disks" for example to migrate a vm. The copy itselfs is fullspeed (gbit) as...