yes, the way backup for stopped vms works is that it has to start a vm process in 'stop' mode (nothing is actually executed) and the stopped again
all in all, maybe someone of you could report this as a bug to nvidia?
namely especially this error:
when the mdev is already cleaned up.. maybe...
das hängt immer davon ab was davon erwartet wird. Generell raten wir davon ab netzwerkspeicher zu verwenden, da die höhere latenz erheblichen Einfluss auf die backup/restore wie auch garbage collect & verify hat
was aber auch möglich ist, ist vllt ein zweiter größerer (und potentiell...
First, the post seems to be for PVE not for the backup server, so i'll move the thread to the correct subforum.
also you still have to provide the pve api ticket to the call and it is not a normal GET call, but intended to be opened as a websocket (e.g. by novnc) (see...
no there is no such tool yet, but you can open a feature request here: https://bugzilla.proxmox.com
while it's probably not hard implementing something like this, i guess it will be quite resource intensive for larger datastores (since it has to iterate over all backups and chunks)
removing the backups will not free much space, you must run a garbage collection afterwards (note that it takes 24h + 5min after deletion for the unnecessary chunks to be deleted, see https://pbs.proxmox.com/docs/backup-client.html#garbage-collection )
yes that is probably the issue. IMHO the driver could just ignore a device that already disappeared, but i don't know the internals of the nvidia driver ofc.
can you post the output of 'modinfo nvidia' and 'modinfo nvida_vgpu_vfio' ?
yeah i already tried multiple times (through various channels) to contact nvidia if they want to give us drivers to test, but i never got a response.. (it's not really necessary nor practical for us to buy licenses, we literally only use it to test currently...)
we had a trial license, but that...
no there's no configurable list of services for the gui, but feel free to open a feature request here: https://bugzilla.proxmox.com
there we can better discuss/keep track of that issue (though i am not really convinced that use-case is enough to introduce such a config)
sadly i don't currently have access to the newest drivers, so i can't really test that
if what you write here is true, that's really bad, since nvidia seemingly tries to automatically manage the mdev devices on vm shutdown (which we do curently)
and seemingly does not allow that manually...
it's not really a database, but simply a structured directory tree with the task logs in it
generally there are the files: active, index, and index.1
which contain task log upids (plus their endtimes + end states)
and each task log file is in the directory of the last character in the 5th part...
as i said you can only redirect the quarantine report for single users, but you could use the api/cli to script it yourself
(see e.g. https://pmg.proxmox.com/pmg-docs/api-viewer/index.html you can use the api on the cli with pmgsh)
i don't completely understand what you mean, in general it works like this:
to add a PBS storage in PVE you must enter the credentials of a avalid user of PBS into the edit window in PVE
that user must be configured in PBS with the correct permissions to access the given datastore
so the pve...