I am running ArchLinux in LXC container and I just noticed something strange started happening recently. ArchLinux's AUR (Arch User Reposity) packages files make heavy use of "install" command/utility from GNU coreutils when after compilation. A day ago I went to get new updates installed and...
11th gen intel here and HW acceleration would stop working for me completely after a couple of passes. Nothing definitive in the Plex/emby logs so I just reverted to 5.15. I thought it was just me or my particular setup.
I wouldn't be too concerned about it if you are not using ksmbd (in-kernel smb server, userspace smb implementation - samba - is not affected). Also it is only of concern to those who do use ksmbd with many random users.
calcru: runtime went backwards from 1373029 usec to 763269 usec for pid 14053 (dpinger)
calcru: runtime went backwards from 96102 usec to 53228 usec for pid 14053 (dpinger)
I also run OPNsense on proxmox and have been seeing these for as long as I remember. Just a friendly FYI, not sure if it...
FYI I've been having this issue on 11th gen mobile CPU i5-1145G7 (before the workaround) and no issues on i7-9700. Both have latest proxmox and run Windows server 2022 Standard. The one with 9700 still has no workaround applied and it has been rock solid.
I think the statement about older CPUs is misleading. I have 11th gen Intel host with this issue, yet another system with 9th gen Intel is fine.
kvm.tdp_mmu=N seems to have helped though. It's been 2 days now.
Somehow CPU Usage went up a little though, after applying kvm.tdp_mmu=N . Not sure if...
I know this is an old thread, but since nobody had a solution I thought I would post for anyone who stumbles upon this thread later on.
Given that Device Manager has no exclamation marks anywhere and every driver seems to be installed, I tried disabling "Use tablet for pointer" under "Options"...
It looks like they released an update (6.3.-8) which fixed it, https://github.com/proxmox/qemu-server/commit/0761e6194af3a5a486b2b8fc1bc698e4c286d65b
Might've been after they saw this thread :)
Full commit log: https://github.com/proxmox/qemu-server/commits/master
So did you try to go to VM->Hardware->Machine (Make sure "Advanced" is ticked) and change "Version" to one newer (or older) before you reconfigured the NICs within the VM itself? I didn't have a change before I discovered this.
Same happened with me. I have 2 nics in 2 Windows VMs so had to change 4 connections :(
In the device manager if you go to View and check "Show hidden devices" it will show the "old" NICs there. I compared several properties under the "Details" tab for "old" and "new" ones and the only...
Running Archlinux in LXC here. Once again upgrading systemd 246.6-1 => 247.1-1 breaks networking within the LXC container.
Downgrading systemd to 246.6-1 fixes the issues.
Solution from https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/systemd-244-1-breaks-networking-in-lxc.61862 is already in place and does...