This indeed indicates that either your OS crashed or it was powered off for instance through an out of memory condition as dunuin said.
Since this message is posted on the next boot: what happens before that?
You need also to take into consideration what IO comes in (read or write) and as well which block size is used.
Storage performance and the calculations behind are very tricky and never accurate.
There is a range of what to expect from a given setup but a slight variation of the...
Imho In this Situation the system is in a different state. As you mention the driver is loaded and can control the card.
If the OS is not started it is more likely to be in the state as it is during POST and BIOS initialisation phase.
If you bring the system (host) to that state you will likely...
I realize that LTdata exists twice.
I think you have had a typo at some place.
So instead your data is going to the 1.2 TB data disk (I guess you want it to) it goes onto your root filesystem
Check the mount-points and see if that theory can be backed up by some evidence.
That does not mean that the PCIe device isn't powered. It just means that the kernel / host OS does not grab it.
I would really be surprised if the card wouldn't pull power. 38W seems reasonable for an idle graphics card. Have you checked what the card pulls under full load?
According to the...
did you use the "-e" option? I have re-worked it so it actually needs that to do anything. Otherwise it will only show what would be done...
in case the script does not help you there is a manual investigation via "du". I am using "du -h --max-depth=1".
If the behaviour is so unpredictable then it is really hard to get to the bottom of it.
You only can rule out things one by one.
From the hardware side it could be a bad power supply, which reacts on environmental changes (e.g. heat) and/or what comes from the socket.
It also can be an issue...
In which case it is unlikely that your fs turns read only and you are just running from memory for a long time before the host crashes.
is there a specific uptime that you pass before the issue occurs?
TDP does not necessarily let's you tie back to (idle) consumption. That is also documented in the wikipedia article related to it, as well as other sources. It only shows under full load you needs a more capable cooling system for the s5-1620.
The e5-2650l has more than twice the amount of...
pve configs are all stored in /etc/pve
You can extract / copy them off from a running system but due the nature of this path (shared, distributed filesystem) of you just mount the disk (e.g. not boot the instance) the path is not there. So the copy destination is not available on the other...