With what command are you checking the disk space? zpool does include raid information, so if you setup a raid 1, 20gig will count as 40 since its on both drive.
df -h should give you the right ammount.
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...
das ist klasse!
Eine Bitte: wäre es möglich dass ihr bei sowas die entsprechende CVE im changelog erwähnt? Ich hatte mir die changelog durchgelesen und explizit nach einem Patch für die CVE gesucht, aktuell steht dort zwar etwas zu raw packet sockets, hätte ich mir also wohl denken können...
id like to request a feature: it would be nice if we could restore into a new vm instead of overwriting the old one, sometimes we just need partial backup data and that way the can copy them.
Dear Proxmox Team,
huge thanks for your efforts! Having incremental kvm backups is a real gamechanger.
One question: is it possible to use the gui with encryption at this point? I created a backup key for each host but it seems like a gui option is missing for now, probabbly comming in the...
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 think you need virtio scsi and not virtio.
Remove the disk and re-add it with virtio-scsi, then you should be able to enable trim/discard
After you enabled discard run "disk optimisation" within windows. Then you should see free storage.