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I noticed that one of my improvement suggestions has now been implemented.
Every Host now has "Notes" tab.
I just created a simple script to do this.
See my post https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/simple-reset-script-ping.49901/
Should be easy to adapt for LXC.
I noticed that there does not seem to be a simple reset / reboot script for problematic clients so I made one.
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After the last upgrade I can't seem to access NFS shares anymore.
Did something change in the upgrade?
Usually you configure the access rights on the NFS server that hosts your files using IP access list.
I hate the entire 4.15.x line of kernels. They suck like a vacuum-cleaner.
Just tested 4.15.17-1 and it's even worse. Constant reboots needed for VPN/LXC container.
Remember this from 7 years ago...
I just had to regale my prophetic...
I'm trying to get pfSense to provide IPv6 address to LXC containers using DHCP but for some reason I can't get it to work.
Do I need to assign...
I just tested nested virtualization and migrated a whole KVM that had 10 (network attached) LXC containers in a few seconds.
So I couldn't migrate...
Ok. It's not a picture but still... take a look how long it took to migrate LXC container (that is on a NAS so there is nothing to actually...
This may relate to interesting feature on /etc/hosts file.
If there is a "manually" inserted host called "server.com" before the automatic line...
NFS (fstab) mount failure on LXC client start-up can enter the client in a "paused" unresponsive state.
Only way to "un-pause" it is to reset the...
I have been testing NFS mounts on LXC containers and they work mostly ok after you have modified App-Armour settings on the host. Problems arise...
Any way to check the (nfs) mount inside the container?
Cron's @reboot does not seem to work so well inside LXC.
I just run in to this problem with the latest pfSense on latest Proxmox. WAN clients can't access any LAN Containers on the local Proxmox node.
It's kind of scary that LXC container can just crash the host like that.
Sounds about right.