Thanks for your reply. I am indeed talking about KVM/Qemu VM's.
I limited the bandwidth to 10 MBps on the SSD hypervisor and as soon as the backup starts the load peaks on the VM (but not on the hypervisor).
We have a recurring issue where our VM become either very slow or unresponsive during backups. We have a cluster of 6 hypervisors (3 with SAS disks, 2 with SSDs, 1 with SATA disks, all servers have 3 identical disks on a LSI MegaRAID RAID5) backing up to a shared NFS mount (1 Gbps...
I have a cluster of 6 nodes, two of which having an issue with `pve-firewall status` stuck on "Status: enabled/running (pending changes)". Firewall is enabled on the Datacenter, on the node and on the VMs.
I attached the output of `pve-firewall compile`: do you have any idea of...
I have a cluster running pve-manager/4.4-22/2728f613 (running kernel: 4.4.98-6-pve) and sometimes when I hit Console it won't connect, it stays stuck at "noVNC ready: native WebSockets, canvas rendering". At other times it will work just fine.
From what I see in the developer tools...
I have installed pfSense as a KVM virtual machine connected to vmbr0 with DHCP enabled on the server side.
I have set up an LXC virtual machine with IP address as DHCP.
My pfSense can give IP to machines on vmbr0 but can't give it to LXC.
I ran tcpdump -i vmbr0 port 67 or port 68 -e...
I have the following volume group and I am reading this guide (my cluster is on Proxmox 4.4 so I installed the tools mentions on Linbit website):
--- Volume group ---
VG Name pve
Metadata Areas 1...