Bit of a beginners question.
I have a 2 NIC motherboard. One port is used for proxmox(192.168.1.2) and all of its CT's and VM's. The other is unused.
My router has all the ports full so i would like it use the free NIC for general networking purposes. So whatever i hook up to it...
Is it worth the hassle of setting up this config? I have a simple vzdump task running nightly now. Does it copy/write less each backup with PBS? Or does it copy everything and does the dedup on? I have the spare room so i dont mind non-dedup
Obviously the answer is NO, but what can i expect?
Say i have this:
1. PBS installed as VM in PVE
2. Cifs mount inside PBS to other (non PVE) machine with disks attached
3. Backup PBS seperately to non-PBS location
4. Backup the rest of VM&CT to PBS
When PVE dies, and it takes PBS with it can...
Sorry for the confusion. I see it in /dev indeed. But i would like to see it in shell, just so i understand etc. Or is it normal for proxmox to 'hide' it?
and thank you for making time to respond to my question!
but how can i fix this? I just used zfs create TANK/proxmox/VMdisks. The same as the other one CTdisks, which shows up fine.
is there a mount all or something i can use? Sorry im a bit new to this. learning as i go
root@pve:/TANK/proxmox/VMdisks# zfs get mountpoint...
thank you for responding. Here is your requested info:
Where is my file?
I have a VM with disk: VMdisks:vm-201-disk-0,size=32G
I check VMdisks storage and see the disk in the list(only VM running at the moment so just that one.
I check datacenter storage for location which is a ZFS type. TANK/proxmox/VMdisks
I do a zfs list | grep VMdisks and...
it might be related to the formatted target. I mounted a second disk, this time EXT4 formatted and backing up VM's worked. The non working one is exFAT.
When i check the automounts on libreelec i get:
The non working one:
/dev/sdb1 on /var/media/Harro type exfat...
I reinstalled to 7.1 and problem persists. Same error for backing up a VM.
ERROR: Backup of VM 201 failed - unable to open '/mnt/pve/BackupVMenCT/dump/vzdump-qemu-201-2021_12_04-13_57_42.tmp/qemu-server.conf' at /usr/share/perl5/PVE/VZDump/QemuServer.pm line 210.
INFO: Failed at 2021-12-04...
Im not sure if its related to my topic at all anymore. Maybe update-initramfs -u -k all broke more then i ever imagined, even a zpool on secondary disks?
I found out the following:
1. disconnecting 4 sata disks(software zfs raid10) makes proxmox boot correctly.
2. reconnecting them lands on...
I have yet to reboot a second time.
I have raid1 zfs as boot and a zfs 4 disk raid10 as storage.
I might have choosen the wrong file to edit since I have a bios and NOT uefi.
/etc/kernel/cmdline contained 1 line regarding zfs pools I think
I wanted to add a GPU to my box and decided to take the plunge to attempt to enable passthrough and it failed. Im on the latest 6.4 proxmox.
added intel_iommu=on to nano /etc/default/grub making it GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet intel_iommu=on"
updating grub gave me...
I have a user called Harro:Harro with uid:gui 1000:1000 on proxmox host as well as exactly the same inside a container. I can map the ID's fine and user Harro can read/write on the host via a mountpoint. The LXC is privileged.
Something i dont get: