I'm installed windows server on a vm with Virtio SCSI disk controller.
When I first power on vm all of things are OK, but when I take soft reboot on windows, seabios cannot boot again from virtio disk & vm reboot suddenly.
I should stop VM & start it again to boot from virtio disk &...
I have a Proxmox host with one public IP from my /29 range. My host has a Windows VM & Linux Container. Also my Windows VM has one another public IP from the same /29 range as host. My container doesn't have public IP & use NAT IP & inside it I'm running a custom service on TCP port 9876...
I'm created a virtual machine & install Debian 9.4 on it. when it's idle, the proxmox & top command in host report about 4% cpu usage.
After investigation I have found that if I disable "Use Tablet for Pointer" the problem will solve & host cpu usage will down to 0.7%.
I'm not very professional in Linux, so please apologize me for below question.
You said that Proxmox is based on Debian, Also I know that Ubuntu is based on Debian. So why you release & develop pve-kernel on the base of Ubuntu kernels?
Can you explain me more? Because I don't use proxmox server for anything than virtualization & nobody(except me) can't login into server.
And another question is can privileged LXC containers also can dump whole proxmox server memory?
QEMU said in their site that "Meltdown flaw does not allow a malicious guest to read the contents of hypervisor memory".
If I don't use LXC containers, can I disable KPTI to improve performance?
I have the following problems in Proxmox 4.3
1-CPU type 'host' raises error:
kvm: /home/builder/source/qemu-kvm/target-i386/kvm.c:1777: kvm_put_msrs: Assertion `ret == cpu->kvm_msr_buf->nmsrs' failed.
* I have installed proxmox on top of vmware player in windows 10 & my host cpu is...