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  1. VM with Ubuntu 18.04. Filesystem periodically enters in read-only mode

    Hi all, Although we are not getting any answer (or properly speaking, we are answering ourselves :) ) we will continue updating the post for future new proxmox users just in case they experience the same issue. Today we had a couple of systems in Read Only mode. Fortunately, we had configured...
  2. VM with Ubuntu 18.04. Filesystem periodically enters in read-only mode

    Hi all, We have experienced the issue again. Executing a fsck fixed the problem but it is a random issue as it happens in different proxmox servers with different disks models where vmdisks are stored. We have experienced it in two different hosts, with Intel SSD disks in Mirror (ZFS) All the...
  3. VM with Ubuntu 18.04. Filesystem periodically enters in read-only mode

    Hi all, We would really appreciate any feedback from someone who has suffered the same issue. We are really lost and confused with this issue. Thank you very much in advance!
  4. VM with Ubuntu 18.04. Filesystem periodically enters in read-only mode

    Hi all, We are still analysing the incidence but unsuccessfully. May the issue come from LVM in Ubuntu instead of a high I/O when performing the backup? Is ZFS safe enough to be used with Proxmox? All the VM we have experienced the issue with are mounted over ZFS. Thanks!
  5. VM with Ubuntu 18.04. Filesystem periodically enters in read-only mode

    Hi all, We are experiencing a really annoying issue. From time to time and apparently without a reason (or we are not able to see it) all our Linux VM enter in read-only mode. The only way to get it work is restarting the VM with a LiveCD and executing a fsck over the filesystem. VM with...
  6. Proxmox backup client

    Hi Dietmar, Thank you very much for your quick answer. We will try to deploy a Debian system instead. Best regards,
  7. Proxmox backup client

    Hi everyone, We are planning to install Proxmox backup client in a freebsd environment but we are not sure whether this option is supported or not, as, as far as we have seen, it is only supported (or tested) in Debian and derivated. In case it is supported, would it be possible to have access...
  8. System creates a device in /dev when we create a VM using ZFS

    Hi Aaron, Yes, it has been perfectly explained. Thank you very much for your help and your quick answer.
  9. System creates a device in /dev when we create a VM using ZFS

    Hi all, First of all, I would like to remark that we are totally new at Proxmox, so sorry if we post really basic questions. We have been provided with a physical server with Proxmox VE 6.36. We have configured ZFS, as we have been working with it during years without any issue. We have...

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