For some reasons irrelevant to explain, I used to connect to VMs with an external VNC Viewer (TigerVNC), by setting up inetd.conf on the server.
Until PVE 5.1 everything worked fine.
I just set up a 5.4 server, and now vncviewer only prompts for password, not for username.
It seems PVE...
I just got this TAR warning when I restored an LXC backup to a new Proxmox server (5.3) :
$ sudo pct restore 1011 /home/.DATA1/BACKUPS/dump/vzdump-lxc-1011-2019_03_22-23_24_38.tar.lzo --storage disks --force true
I'm doing backups on an NFS Share, and I'm looking to increase the speed.
Log says « temporary directory is on NFS, (...) consider configuring a local tmpdir via /etc/vzdump.conf"
My understanding is setting up a local tmp dir means it will be faster (it won't copy over network twice).
I've got a small Proxmox 5.1 server running 8 LXC containers (Debian).
Randomly, when the server reboots (usually after a power outage), 1 of the 8 containers (always the same) doesn't start. I can start it manually without any problem.
Only difference between this container and the 7 others ...
I think the way LXC backup/restore works toward additional mounted disks can be misleading and dangerous (I recently lost some data, fortunately not important).
Let's say I have a container with an additional disk (mp0, "Backup" checkbox left unchecked, so the disk is NOT included in backups)...