hidden flag/setting in the datastore.cfg is the ideal solution.
For perspective, one of the pbs servers:
2022-08-18T13:22:42+02:00: Removed garbage: 34.908 GiB
2022-08-18T13:22:42+02:00: Removed chunks: 27588
2022-08-18T13:22:42+02:00: Pending removals: 15.045 TiB (in 8600742 chunks)...
Unfortunately Snapshots are not remote and they prevent migrations between nodes. (local storage)
I do think a good common ground would be to have an option to set a lower value than 24hours. (6hours, 12hours, etc)
If atime is broken, surely relatime will also be broken ? From my estimation In...
For us using PBS offers us an option to make fast, low impact backups with high frequency on a multitude of datasets.
With Rapidly changing data on web, database, email, file servers, why would we want a daily backup only which will be many many hours old, when we can have X 15min backups and X...
We run GC and prune tasks every 30mins, backups from a cluster are done every 15mins.
But we land up with pending removals of around 10TB per 24hours.
atime is enabled (relatime disabled), Is there any way to force GC to remove after 4 or 6 or 12hours and not wait 24hours and 5mins ?
Starting a VM or a container which uses ZFS for storage results in a kernel panic.
There were no errors or issues before upgrading to the latest kernel.
Any suggestions ?
AMD EPYC 24core, 3x1.92TB SSD in zraid1, 2x200gb SSD for boot/os
Message from syslogd@prx-ax at Aug 29 06:37:58 ...
The unit file detects the presence of "/usr/sbin/ntpd" if this is found, the service will never enable/start
Use the following commands
apt purge ntp
I have updated the post-install.sh script located here https://github.com/extremeshok/xshok-proxmox
Tested on a dual 24core (48core, 96thread) AMD EYPC, working perfectly in production. 4.15 is a must have on AMD EPYC.
My Post Install Script (postinstall.sh) located at https://github.com/extremeshok/xshok-proxmox/ will automatically Detect an AMD EPYC CPU and install the kernel 4.15.