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    One node ProxMox, remove cluster

    That seemed to have done the trick, thanks. I'll go ahead with the update to 7 :)
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    One node ProxMox, remove cluster

    This is what my storage.cfg has: dir: local path /var/lib/vz content iso,vztmpl,backup lvmthin: local-lvm thinpool data vgname pve content rootdir,images No mention of CEPH?
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    One node ProxMox, remove cluster

    Thanks I will try and report back.
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    One node ProxMox, remove cluster

    Hi, I have a one node ProxMox cluster on 6.4-14. Now I started the process of upgrading to 7.x, but the pve6to7 script threw some errors related to CEPH storage: OSD count 0 < osd_pool_default_size 3 pg 1.0 is stuck inactive for 14m, current state unknown, last acting [] Since this is an one...
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    Setting up dnsmasq in a container, good or bad idea?

    Actually... I just disabled systemd-resolve and all is peachy for now :)
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    Setting up dnsmasq in a container, good or bad idea?

    Hi, First off, I'm still quite new to containers. I want to setup a dnsmasq server on my proxmox primarly as a DHCP and PXE server to serve up for my VM's. My first question, is this a good idea, or should I use a VM? I just tried it with a Ubuntu 20.x container, installed dnsmasq...
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    Can routing be configured in the GUI or must it be done on the CLI?

    I'm perfectly fine with configuring routing in /etc/networking/interfaces. I'm just wondering if it can be done in the GUI, as I can't find it.
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    KASLR disabled: 'nokaslr' on cmdline

    Hi, I'm new to Proxmox. At the moment I'm trying to import a commercial KVM VM, which comes as a qcow2 disk. Following the instructions this all seems to go ok. The VM itself is a modified CentOS 6.3 by that vendor (Imperva). The commands I used to built the VM are: qm create 100 --bootdisk...
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    [SOLVED] Network drops on boot

    I had this EXACT issue, after adding a NVME SSD. Took me a while to find this post, but glad I did :)


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