Thank you for your answer. An option would be better. I'm not aware of how dkim signing by the sending domain has any affect on delivery. All of the major players sign themselves (Microsoft, Google, hushmail) so it makes it a pain if you plan on hosting for customers to edit so many DNS entries...
Proxmox is installed somewhere like pmg.example.com
DKIM for this domain is working. It correctly signs an email for mail from this domain (example.com) with a header like:
I've added a virtual domain to relay on behalf of, and it changes the...
Old thread but I'm adding some more info. This worked well for me on a Windows server VM. I had issues getting windows diskmgmt.msc to see the file size reduction changes. This process worked fine. I didn't have to reboot the windows server, nor did I have any data loss.
Initial disk size...
I have a VM that crashes every 10 days or so. I initially attributed the issue to something in Windows Server 2012R2. I wrote a little script to check status on this VM every 30 seconds, and restart it (and email me) if it crashes. The script just uses this:
qm list|grep $VM_NAME |grep...
I'm just leaving this here so it may help other people. I've been screwing with this for several hours to get it working.
Originally here is what I did to get the keys
create selector (pmg2021)
tick the box to sign outgoing mail.
View the DNS
change DNS records
add a domain to...
I've looked in the admin manual, but I may be missing something.
If a user uses the delete or deliver buttons in the Spam Quarantine manager, does this help re-train the Bayes filters, or does it just deliver and delete?
Also, is there an undelete anywhere? I've had some accidental...
Unfortunately I installed proxmox on the same pool so that will have to wait for a full reinstall. Normally I install on a raid 1 mdadm disk, but on this server I decided to give the full zfs install a go. Live and learn.
Based on the numbers you were showing and other research I expected the...
First of all Dunuin, thank you very much for the pointers. I greatly appreciate the help.
I just wanted to report back and state that I tested this on a Win10 Pro virtual machine, then I did this on Server 2012R2 (two Vm's)
1. Add a scsi1 disk to windows (to make sure the driver was there)...
That's interesting. It looks like I'll be rebuilding the machine during a maintenance window. :-/
It looks like had I set atime=0 instead of 12, everything might have been aligned properly (from what I've read today atime=0 lets linux autodetect the correct volblocksize), but I don't know how...
I'm confused here. I can see the option to enable discard (and I guess I should do that), but virtio disks are recommended everywhere I look for windows performance. I'm not seeing anything suggesting that windows virtio drivers don't suppport this, but perhaps I'm reading the wrong things. Do...
status: Some supported features are not enabled on the pool. The pool can
still be used, but some features are unavailable.
action: Enable all features using 'zpool upgrade'. Once this is done,
the pool may no longer be...
I'm seeing some odd things happen on a VM. I've been doing auto snapshots with cv4pve-autosnap, then copying the data across to another location using pve-zsync.
The VM running is using rpool/data/vm-100-disk0; however cv4pve-autosnap is taking snapshots on a disk that seems to be from a...
So there's no way to do it with proxmox or something like cv4pve-autosnap so it shows up in the GUI for easy rollbacks?
I can obviously do something like 'zfs snapshot rpool/foo' but it's less desireable.
If I have a linux LXC container installed on ZFS, with some bindmounts manually added to the configuration (also zfs, but a different dataset on the same pool), I cannot take zfs snapshots any more.
Is there a way around this? I don't care about snapshotting the datasets. I'm doing that...
This basically worked a treat! Thank you.
pve-zsync sync --source 110 --dest 192.168.1.22:rpool/data --verbose --name win10test
After this went across on the original proxmox machine (windows 10 guest) I edited a text file on the desktop. Then I re-ran the above command and started up the VM...