Seems like you didn't use use zvol block storage for you VMs? So if these are just raw or qcow files you should be fine. Just give it a try. You can copy your proxmox config from /etc/pve/nodes/....<your-node-name>../qemu-server/100.conf to new server. Is your proxmox running? If so - create a...
I'm not sure, but it might be that there is missing something in my instruction. I would expect to have the actual disk-id written after the /dev/disk/by-id/ - ? But it seems you have not built your pool with "by-id" but with /dev/.... (see zdb output).
so try to zpool import with /dev/sdb1 (or...
it's been a while since I wrote that. I can't fully remember. But basically it depends what you have stored. If you have the pool mounted you might just copy the files to another target.
thanks for the hint. This helped in looking on the old PVE-Installation which on the other hand didn't help to access the data on the other drive.
But the solution is quite easy (but took me a lot of time to figure out).
So for others with similar problems.
1. use "fdisk -l" to check...
a friend of a fried has had a Proxmox running. And as I sometimes play around with Proxmox I was asked for help.
The situation is the following.
The server hat 3 disks. One SATA-DOM with Proxmox (3.x *argh*) installed. And two spinning drives which are in a raid somehow. Now one of...
beside my problem with the crashed ceph-cluster (see https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/reinstall-proxmox-ceph-node-after-crash.47142/) I have another problem.
I have a separate SSD-Pool with one SSD on each ceph-host. Ceph-1 is still down (see other thread) and the SSD in Ceph-3...
we had a major outage of our cluster consisting of 3 PVE Host which servers Containers and VMs. In addition there are 3 Proxmox based Ceph servers.
I was in the preperation to switch from running 4.4 to 5.x.
1. ceph 3 didn't come up after reboot. It turned out that the HBA controller...
today I wanted to dist-upgrade my cluster. After the three "VM"-Server I wanted to upgrade the other 3 ceph-severs. But on the first one the "apt-get dist-upgrade" stucked.
Setting up ceph-common (10.2.6-1~bpo80+1) ...
Setting system user ceph properties..usermod: no changes
I followed (more or less ;-) ) this guide:
This worked so far. Only one small issue which was discussed here: