After the prior post on FreeBSD (OPNSense and FreeNAS) failing to boot due to hotplug being enabled there remain issues.
Both install just fine and boot just fine. It is only after a while they become unresponsive. I have yet to find an indication or metric to watch to understand what is going...
update: somehow i assumed enabling hotplug had little effect, disabling at least appears to solve all boot issues.
I leave this dumb post here for future references and testimony it had been a long day already.
initially my experience with Proxmox 6 was rather disturbing, eventually i resolved what caused these issues and proxmox works well for me now.
Recently (yeah) though i took on myself to install FreeNAS and OPNSense which are FreeBSD based and both behave "weird".
The vm config i use can be...
My guess is it is really not suitable or interesting for production. It requires maintaining an entire kernel. If someone out there rebuilds the kernel with this patch, offers its as an APT repository, it's fixed.
Not sure what the big difference between 6.1 and 6.2 could be but kernel version and related modules. What is important is you understand your system. The many reported configuration parameters do not work or are required for all systems. I doubt gpu passtrhough would have worked out of the box...
Having found https://app.element.io/#/room/#proxmox:matrix.org which does use the official proxmox logo i wonder if it is in any way a viable and reliable alternate support channel ?
Despite both the host and lxc having all sysctl keys for martians set to =0 the dmesg output for both host and lxc show repeat martian notifications followed by ll header ...
I do not understand where these keep on comming from or how to investigate more in depth.
Ah, thanks for reminding me of Looking Glass, looks incredibly interesting.
This brings me closer again to consider working on a Desktop-Server specific variant of ProxMox. Lazyas i am i though sharing it here may be of use.
Looking to do some occassional gaming and other GPU intensive tasks on a VM (yes, you read that right) i wondered what is the best way to get maximum performance, hence minimum lag. At one point i had the GPU output on a monitor connected to the server, which was pretty neat. But i believe...
:) Reading my posts you should have found ... most issues i posted about at length in frustration were caused by the consequences of an upgrade to 32GB of ram. This forced me to lower default ram speed from 3200Mhz profile to custom 2667Mhz profile Since, no more weird issues. I am to upgrade...
Why not reduce proxmox to a specialist distro then ?
After installing the package i see nothing but trouble which i cannot blame on Debian.
There is an rrdcache process running unbound but i find the process nowhere for example.