those who don't want to use spice and on windows can use autohotkey to send the contents of the clipboard to the window.
The following Autohotkey script when running will paste the text in clipboard when you have window active and type ctrl-alt-v
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oops yes indeed :)
If I use migrate from the PVE, it tries to migrate the disk, even though it is on nfs storage, and it's too big for default local storage.
I will manually copy and edit qemu-server conf file, and change disk entry. If there's nothing else to do. Thanks a lot.
I am trying to migrate a KVM vm to a new cluster node, when the storage for the raw disk is currently on an nfs mount.
Firstly I have copied the storage to the new node.
Then I stopped the vm and tried to migrate it to the node. But it started to rsync the disk. this is 230GB and would be...
As a follow up to this, the instructions for setting up nfs on a VE are really simple and have been published here:
It should be very easy to create nfs exports on each server of a cluster...
I just did a fresh install (1.5 with 2.6.18) and had the same error that Burn had.
However, installing unfs as an extra step worked around the problem
apt-get install unfs3
thanks for the instructions!
I'm not sure that this is a Proxmox question at all, perhaps a Linux question but I'll ask anyway.
I've got 2x HP Proliant servers both purchased in November and with identical spec, set up as a cluster, both version 1.4. One of them is running slowly. The problem seems to be specific to the...
here's the kernel I'm using:-
Linux ks306111.ovh.net 2.6.24-7-pve #1 SMP PREEMPT Mon Aug 17 10:37:00 CEST 2009 x86_64 GNU/Linux
it looks like there are instructions on upgrading here:-
However OVH are not recommending this, and are...
I've just downloaded the ubuntu 8.04 template from the OVH PVE and created a new, "empty" openvz VM.
This also could not start, shortly after starting had it's status go to "mounted"
So it made me look at the other VMs and there is another ubuntu openvz vm running.
I stopped this and...
Ah sorry, yes I did use vzdump to make the backup in the first place:-
vzdump --stop --compress 114
I then renamed the dump and rsynced it across.
The destination has two running containers:-
1x Ubuntu django
1x Debian Lenny DTC
they both work fine, and have been since end of...
I used the exact same commands that I used locally to copy and restore to the 1.1 box mentioned earlier:-
screen rsync -avz --progress --stats vzdump-knowledgetree.tgz 220.127.116.11:/root
and then to restore it on the ovh host i did:-
vzdump --restore vzdump-knowledgetree.tgz 106
I moved all the links to a temporary directory so it was empty and still:
root@ks306661:~# mv /var/lib/vz/private/106/etc/rc3.d/S* rc
root@ks306661:~# vzctl start 106
Starting container ...
Container is unmounted
Container is mounted
Adding IP address(es): 18.104.22.168
I have set up a knowledgetree stack installation starting with an ubuntu 8.04 template locally on a 1.4 proxmox box, and then rsynced it to an OVH 1.3 host, and restored it. It won't start, and it's not clear to me why.
Information I can give is:
* A few seconds after I press start in the...
Yes that's what I meant. To be able to add a "backup storage" which is an NFS share on one of the nodes in the cluster, and which is automatically created in the process of adding.
That obviously only adds a pre-existing NFS share available elsewhere. I guess that you mustn't really see this...