Separate names with a comma.
Sometimes I facing similar issue. I choose console window by clicking it top bar and start to enter characters but see no input.
IMHO, you should try to add interface option to iptables rules '-i vmbr0' or something to specify interface to make redirect from.
Spell / keyboard layout correctros, like Punto Switcher.
If you have single keyboard layout, I don't think you use one of these.
So, I answer myself.
I've installed Proxmox, added it to a cluster and set up XigmaNAS (former FreeNAS) in VM vith 6 SAS disks in passthrough...
I have two-node cluster and old QNAP NAS storage, which is quite slow.
Recently I've bought additional server for NAS storage.
Do you have any "keyboard spell correctors"?
I think FreeNAS or OpenMediaVault will be fine.
Yes, of course. I'm not expect 100/200 MB/s speed from this NAS.
But IO delay reduce is very interesting.
At least, I need new NAS, maybe built...
QNAP TS-412, quite old model.
Has 4 bays, filled with 2 TB WD disks, 2 x 1 Gbit/s network interfaces, ARM CPU. Now it's running RAID10 array.
Well, about performance.
Here is a piece of backup log:
2:55:05 INFO: status: 95% (306017992704/322122547200), sparse 2% (7066804224), duration...
One more thing I want to share with you, guys.
Let's see at some pictures:
This is Monthly Average graphs from two Proxmox 4.4...
Maybe vzdump bandwidth limiting and ionice tuning will help with time drifting?
In file /etc/vzdump.conf:
Please show output of 'df -h' command and tell how much swap do you want at this point?
Try to boot old kernel, if exists and then restart update process.
I can confirm time drift on VM running WIndows Server 2008R2.
This machine acts as a Active Directory DC, and time drift causes wrong time on all...
My two Proxmox nodes was almost the same results, one less, one more.
Here is the biggest uptime I have, node was rebooted for upgrade from 3.4 to 4.4
You can backup to ANY storage that you can mount. Just mount it, add 'Directory' storage, point it to your mount point, allow Backups in storage...
Seems to you have no free space on hard disk. Please check with df -h command.
You may try do the trick with IPMI BMC feature, that allow you to mount ISO image as CD/DVD drive and boot from it.
Running out of space on host?