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What version of ceph are you running?
Did you install from a template or from an ISO?
What does fdisk -l show within the VM?
Of? It's the option below LVM in the OP's photo.
No the LVM-Thin option below will show you how much your actually using.
You can wget the ISO to the template/iso folder in /var/lib/vz
Cache is up to you if you want to leave none or write back. Either will work.
That is not the correct tab, that’s picking the ISO to install from.
As mentioned earlier it’s the next tab “Hard Drive”
That looks fine, can you show a screenshot of the VM create wizard where it don’t show the storage on the drop down?
Then under Data Center -> Storage you need to select and edit local-lvm and make sure Disk Image/Container is selected under the content drop...
When your creating a VM using the wizard.
Once your on the Hard Disk tab, select local-lvm on the storage drop down
Are you selecting / viewing the local-vm storage?
40GB would give you nearly 400GB for VM storage.
Do you need to store many ISO’s for installation?
You could go smaller but then could find in future you could be hitting the limit of your disk....
No set root to 60GB for example. this will then leave an extra 36GB free.
Any new VM's will create a new LVM within the free space left after the...
This is where the OS / Proxmox and other linux software is installed.
The rest of the LVM can be used via local-vm which...
Can you past the output of "fdisk -l" on your server (minus the ")
Your need to select the other storage when creating the VM.
local is the OS /
local-vm is where you will store VM images
Are you installing from the Proxmox ISO or installing onto a already installed OS?
What does Data Center -> Storage tab show?
What cache setting do you have set on the virtual disk in Proxmox?
Install the Guest Agent from here...
Go to the:
Data center View on the left
Select the storage called backup
Select edit and make sure it's enabled.