Ah, sorry, no issue at all. Just wondering if this is the right way to do the things.
I'm 100% sure when using VM, because this is completely separated/emulated process from the host OS, but what about CT's - it seems to work.
Just a matter of discussion. If you want, I can close the topic in...
Not sure how to start this topic, but I noticed strange behavior on one of my systems, here is the kernel output:
[ 242.670592] INFO: task pvescheduler:2292 blocked for more than 120 seconds.
[ 242.670600] Tainted: P O 5.13.19-2-pve #1
[ 242.670602] "echo 0 >...
I made the test this morning, and it seems to work fine for me. Made the same test as I did it in the past (trying to download gitlab-ce package which is almost 1GB of size). The error messages are not shown anymore.
Because my test is not comprehensive, please the other guys to test as well...
Yeah, already did it :-) all good.
The issue disappeared!
Bear in mind, Windows will go BSOD when doing such change. Or at least mine did it ;-)
Luckily I don't have any production Windows OSs.
So maybe the last test we can do is to simulate many small writes, just to check if it will appear or not.
Because by far as mentioned above, the issue comes up only when trying to store/write big piece of data.
This morning I tried to limit the network and disk speed to 1MB/ps, the problem still persist.
From my point of view it is not about heavy load, but the amount of data being written to the disk.
As you see, the gitlab installation is one huge package, which contain all the things related to...
On my side only Ubuntu VM's are affected, but I think this is shoot in the dark. How this can be related to distribution of the OS..
Here are the details about my hypervisor:
firstname.lastname@example.org:~# pveversion -v
proxmox-ve: 7.1-1 (running kernel: 5.13.19-1-pve)
I have the same issue only for 1 VM, at least
I have tried setting up native with no cache, but this makes the things even worst - the VM completely freezes.
Other ideas how to resolve the issue?
Thanks in advance.
I'm working on an playbook (Ansible) intended to perform so called "unattended upgrades" of the whole environment. Because the playbook includes actions like setting up scheduled downtime in Nagios, rebooting the server and wait till it came up again online I created a logic, all of...