That did the trick - thanks! I've tried bridge_hw ab:cd:ef:12:34:56 as I found in the documentation that is linked from the release notes: https://sources.debian.org/src/bridge-utils/1.7-1/debian/NEWS/#L3-L23 - maybe this could be clarified?
Same issue here, no renaming of the network device. It works fine with the 'eth0' config, but when switching to 'vmbr0' it isn't working. I tried setting the MAC address on the bridge to that of 'eth0', but haven't gotten it to work yet
@Drag_and_Drop same issue here, no renaming of the network device. It works fine with the 'eth0' config, but when switching to 'vmbr0' it isn't working. I tried setting the MAC address on the bridge to that of 'eth0', but haven't gotten it to work yet
I'm managing a remote dedicated server on which I've installed Proxmox as the hypervisor. I'm looking for the security best practices to secure the hypervisor (Proxmox) while giving public access to some individual VMs. I'm using pfSense als the internal firewall/router. Proxmox webinterface has...
Do you have an option "Above 4GB decoding" in your BIOS, possibly somewhere under PCI settings? Try disabling that. See also this thread: https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/installer-gives-black-screen-after-grub.48148/
@Vladimir Bulgaru thanks, those are excellent remarks. I've got 1 and 2 covered as I'm using ZFS native encryption (and also LUKS where needed. Also 4 is current practice.
I'm curious about what's the best practice for 3:? Would there be an added benefit to using a Linux VM (or pfSense /...
Thanks Dominic. I've implemented several of the services to be switched off. For anyone considering doing the same, you can override the systemctl files, but as After or Before can't be overriden without changing the whole file, you should use something like:
systemctl edit --full pve-manager
I'm considering switching my current 'cloud' VPS setup to a dedicated server (e.g. Hetzner) with Proxmox running 2-3 VMs. Currently I'm only running Proxmox in my homelab, which works great but obviously has other security requirements than a remote setup.
Are there any pointers to best...
I'm running a single node Proxmox server as my homelab. Is it possible to disable / switch off unncessary services? What services could I switch off?
spiceproxy (don't use)
Probably some (all) are vital, but I'd appreciate some insights on what I could...
As you I'm running my home lab on Debian Buster so I'd like to upgrade to the new 5.3 version. I'd be happy to create the packages myself if you'd be able to explain how. I'll also look if it's possible to run 5.3 on Buster 'normally'. Thanks!
If you have the exact same issue I have check for the "Above 4G decoding" in your BIOS and disable it. If it's "just" a black screen, try and see if another (more recent) kernel might solve your issues. Try e.g. using the Ubunu Live CD or Debian Buster Live CD.
When I'm trying to install Proxmox on a new build (Fujitsu 3644-B motherboard, Intel i3-8100 Coffee Lake, 32GB ECC RAM, C236 chipset, Intel UHD 630 integrated graphics) it's giving me a black screen after the initial GRUB boot loader. I would expect there's some incompatibility with the...