My workaround is to just run a @reboot crontab with the following cmdline:
@reboot /sbin/ethtool -C ens7f0 rx-usecs 0 && /sbin/ethtool -C ens7f1 rx-usecs 0
Don't forget to replace ens7f0 and ens7f1 with your network interfaces
I was trying to set-up fail2ban for Proxmox Backup Server and I encountered the issue, that PBS does not log the rhost, instead it just logs "unknown". I have installed PBS directly on a PVE host.
proxmox-backup-api: authentication failure; rhost=unknown user=root@pam msg=AUTH_ERR...
Alright, so here is the usual mount.cifs output:
mount.cifs --verbose //***.your-storagebox.de/backup /mnt/pve/storage-box -o user=***,pass=***,vers=3.0
mount.cifs kernel mount options: ip=126.96.36.199,unc=\\u205813.your-storagebox.de\backup,vers=3.0,user=***,pass=********
mount error(2): No...
I am experiencing the same issue with the same network card, as seen below.
lspci -vv -t|grep 03.2
+-03.2---+-00.0 Intel Corporation 82599ES 10-Gigabit SFI/SFP+ Network Connection
My syslog looks like this as well:
Apr 14 20:43:02 *** kernel: [2413144.982743] pcieport...
Yes, I did run this on the PVE Host and the mount failed according to dmesg with the following output:
[174079.130370] CIFS: Attempting to mount //***.your-storagebox.de/backup
[174084.520729] CIFS VFS: cifs_mount failed w/return code = -2
the ubuntu-vm is running Kernel Version 4.15.0-96-generic and cifs-utils (2:6.8-1)
Your provided command threw the following error: -bash: syntax error near unexpected token `2'
Therefore I have used the following command for strace: strace -f -o /tmp/mount.cifs.log mount.cifs ...
Changing the position of the verbose parameter in the mount command did not affect the output in any way. It does not output more debugging information than previously. I have also checked dmesg for any useful information, but everything it says is
[174079.130370] CIFS: Attempting to mount...
I don't believe that is the case. I have also tried mounting the SMB Share from inside one of my Ubuntu 18.04 VMs, which works perfectly with any smb version.
From what I have discovered, I am experiencing the same issues as @Razva who has started this thread.
Hi, I can replicate the issue on my OVH host as well. With SMBv1 it mounts, with v2 or v3 it doesn't. I am running pve-kernel-5.3.18-2-pve.
Here are the outpots of the cifs mount command with --verbose
mount.cifs //***.your-storagebox.de/backup /mnt/pve/storage-box -o...