I use pvesh get /nodes/us000/openvz and pvesh get /nodes/us000/qemu to get OpenVZ and KVM vm status. It seems 0 is always returned for the KVM CPU usage, while reasonable values are returned for OpenVZ. So do I need to do anything to turn on KVM CPU usage for the pvesh command? Thanks.
The version of Proxmox in concern is 3.4.11. I want to setup some IPv6 only OpenVZ containers where IPv4 is not available for CTs. I found it's not possible to put in IPv6 address as name server in the Proxmox web ui. Is there any way I can use IPv6 addresses as the CT's name servers?
I'm playing with Hurricane Electric's IPv6 tunnelbroker and am running Proxmox with a hardware node and multiple vms. Now I managed to allocate IPv6 addresses from my /64 pool to the vms. Here is how I did it:
On Hardware Node:
iface he-ipv6 inet6 v4tunnel...
I have a few Proxmox nodes, yesterday, I upgraded them all to 3.4-11. Today I found one of the node is not showing OpenVZ node correctly in the Proxmox UI. Then I did a bit investigation and found this missing information is from Proxmox API /cluster/resources. Then I tried to run pvesh get...