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  1. VM cannot route to VLAN on bonded network

    Thanks. The Proxmox GUI will not allow me to select the vmbr1v651, it only lists the vmbr0 and vmbr1 to choose from.
  2. VM cannot route to VLAN on bonded network

    Hello, I got network routing issue that I cannot figure out. Running version 6.1-7. My Proxmox node has 4 NICs and I created two bonds with two NICs each. My interface config is below. I have a VLAN 651 defined on my switch I'm using for all NFS and iSCSI traffic to my NAS storage...
  3. iSCSI connection failed

    Just update here. Never could find a way to stop the syslog messages other than rebooting the node.
  4. (SOVLED)LVM over iSCSI not working with multipath devices

    Thanks, I was able to do the pvcreate and vgcreate. At first, the pvcreate failed with the error: root@sun1:/etc/lvm# pvcreate /dev/mapper/mpath0 Device /dev/mapper/mpath0 excluded by a filter. Was able to clear that by running: wipefs -a /dev/mapper/mpath0 Then run pvcreate...
  5. (SOVLED)LVM over iSCSI not working with multipath devices

    I did try those commands, although I did create a partition first on the mpath0 device which created the mpath0-part1. Is it necessary to partition the iSCSI volume first? PVE didn't see anything and I could not create any LVM entries. Do I have run the pvcreate and vgcreate on each node?
  6. (SOVLED)LVM over iSCSI not working with multipath devices

    Thank you. I got a step closer. Created the multipath.conf file below and copied to all six nodes. Ran systemctl restart multipath-tools.service on each node. This created the /dev/mapper/mpath0 and now pvdisplay is clean. However, when trying to create the LVM through the web GUI the "Base...
  7. (SOVLED)LVM over iSCSI not working with multipath devices

    Proxmox version 6.1-7. Trying to get LVM over iSCSI working. My iSCSI server is running OmniOS using NappIt. I created the iSCSI share on the NappIt server and created my host target group and iSCSI target group and view. Proxmox cluster (six nodes) can add the iSCSI volume with no issues...
  8. iSCSI connection failed

    Thanks for the reply. I tried the following with no success: root@sun1:~# iscsiadm -m session -o show tcp: [1] 192.168.50.10:3260,1 iqn.2010-09.org.zfs-app:1583855287 (non-flash) tcp: [2] 10.206.20.207:3260,1 iqn.2010-09.org.zfs-app:1583855287 (non-flash) root@sun1:~# iscsiadm -m node -T...
  9. iSCSI connection failed

    Hello, Running six node Proxmox cluster version 6.1-7 and run into a strange issue when removing an iSCSI volume from the cluster. Adding the iSCSI volume to the cluster goes through fine and there are no errors and system logs are clean. But then I decided to remove the iSCSI storage...
  10. (SOLVED)How to setup management IP on a tagged bonded network?

    Figured it out! After getting the right search in google, found this wiki page: https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Network_Configuration At bottom of the page it has use VLAN with bond0 for the Proxmox VE management IP with traditional Linux bridge, which is exactly what I needed. So my interfaces...
  11. (SOLVED)How to setup management IP on a tagged bonded network?

    My server has 4 NICs and the following network config currently works: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eno3 iface eno3 inet manual auto eno4 iface eno4 inet manual auto eno1 iface eno1 inet manual auto eno2 iface eno2 inet manual auto bond0 iface bond0 inet manual bond-slaves...
  12. Linux bridge will not activate

    Found it. When I tried to bring up the bridge via command line I got this: ifup vmbr1 error: ignoring interface vmbr1. Only one object with attribute 'bridge-vlan-aware yes' allowed. error: cannot find interfaces: vmbr1 Back in the web gui I edit and the vmbr1 interface and unchecked the "VLAN...
  13. Linux bridge will not activate

    New user to Proxmox and testing out Proxmox install with a two-node cluster. Running 6.1-3. Everything was working great and then something changed where my first node Linux bridge vmbr1 de-activated. Now any VM assigned to that Linux bridge will not see the network. What happened was I...

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