Separate names with a comma.
Hopefully those are static IPs.
This doesn't seem right, no?
You could setup a container to do HTTP reverse proxy as an option, have a look here...
Note, you don't need to convert them yourself beforehand and let qm importdisk do it for you.
If you are not planning for raid, than LVM Thin should be fine I guess, keep in mind that LVM Thin is different to LVM Thick, the difference is...
Out of curiosity, are you planning any kind of raid on those disks? And are you looking into to sticking with LVM or something else...
I couldn't find anything suspicious, while it's noted, could include the output of the following 'pvscan -v', then 'lvm fullreport', 'lvm...
When you wrapping it with code tags, remove the spacing between the brackets and the word so the form software can properly format the text, e.g:...
It might be good idea to include the output of qm config <affected vmid> wrap in [ code ][/ code ] tags.
It might be useful to audience if include the output of the following, 1) pveversion -v and 2) journalctl -b 1 wrap in [ code ][/...
Have peek at this https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/linuxonibm/liaag/wkvm/wkvm_c_net_conbridge.htm.
You could google http://tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO/recovermetadata.html
It might just be the metadata that is corrupt, did it shut down safely or just abrupt power cut? With that said, I pretty sure it's easy to create...
It's suppose to be root + password. Not E-Mail + Password
Btw, I am not sure if qm restore is intelligent enough to know what data goes to what disk because Linux. Maybe the staff have a clue.
The problem here is, the archive is 300G, so when you backed it up, it also probably backup the plex volume as well. That's my best guess why it's...
What happens when you mount it inside the container ? I don't know what you attempting with lxc.idmap but at a glance, seems you overwriting value...
Have you actually try mounting the volumes with the Live ISO and physically check if the data is there?
Dump the container configuration with pct config <affected vmid> and wrap it in [ code ][/ code ] tags.
P.S. You might want...
For future reference, it's easier to simply wrap the output in [ code ][/ code ] tags.
With that said, if I'm reading this correctly, vzdump...