No, no. Windows Machine is like a link between me and a closed circuit with servers on PVE.
I downloaded Proxmox Offline Mirror to my nextcloud server (linux) and mounted it via webDAV to this Windows Machine.
After that, I copy them further via winscp to linux machines.
this is the most, and...
Thanks. I started to check that I installed the latest updates, but apparently I forgot to do a full host reboot and saw the errors. Also, Lenovo, Fujitsu, etc, are blocking drivers/bios/firmware downloads in my country, causing some inconvenience.
ThinkSystem SR630 (2xCPU 1 Intel(R) Xeon(R)...
No, doing something wrong. If the driver is installed, then everything is fine
Try to install clean updated drivers, they are compatible with Linux 5.15.35-1-pve.
Also nvidia-topologyd.service failed to load:
# systemctl status nvidia-topologyd.service
nvidia-topologyd.service - NVIDIA Topology Daemon
I don't know what nvidia-topologyd is.
What the command shows:
Nvidia License Server must be installed somewhere, Licenses must be purchased depending on the configuration.
but there is another way: drivers and unlock
(Nvidia deleted all our accounts and purchased licenses and access to the portal, respectively)
What are the properties of a VM? (qm config ID)
Most interesting CPU, type, cores/socket, NUMA, maybe extraflags
Maybe Proxmox writes something interesting in the logs?
Is everything clean in the PVE console? (only login screen?)
How to solve the problem so as not to get into iRMC / LiLO after losing the server:
1. use tmux/screen so as not to break the update.
2. apt update && apt upgrade -y && systemctl restart networking.service