So I have been trying to get an NFS share to work on my proxmox containers to use them to backup our websites and also the containers that the websites are on. So far I can get both the PVE and also the containers to see the NFS and read and write to it with mount when logged into each container...
I am having conceptual trouble with mounting a usb hard drive for use with
an LXC guest.
pve-manager/7.1-8/5b267f33 (running kernel: 5.13.19-2-pve)
The main references I'm using are:
I did in place upgrade from 5.x to 7 and after that my HDD on LXC bind as mp became suddenly read only.
On host I can access mounted UBS drive and write to it as root.
On LXCs (priviliged) mp setup did not changed from 5.x, they have no "extra" options added from my end but they suddenly...
Hello fellow Proxmox enthusiasts,
I want to set up a few LXC containers which need to access network shares (SMB/CIFS).
I noticed that in order to get them working I need a privileged container with CIFS enabled.
Is it a better method to mount the network share in proxmox and bind the mount...
I have an idea that I'm not sure is feasible.
I have a ZFS Pool called POOL1, as well as a container running SAMBA (a SMB server) and another container running twistd (a simple HTTP file server).
My goal is to be able to drop a file in a special "public" folder on the SMB (lets say...
ich setze gerade testweise auf einem LXC eine Nextcloud auf (zu Dokumentationszwecken). Da ich das Nextcloud Data Verzeichnis auf meiner NAS liegen haben will, jedoch man mir empfohlen hat, in einem LXC einen Bind Mount Point auf den Host zu legen (der Host hat via /etc/fstab...
da man ja einen LXC, welcher einen Bind Mount Point integriert hat, nicht mit dem Snapshot Verfahren zwischensichern kann, bleibt ja nur das normale Backupverfahren übrig. Was passiert denn mit den Daten, welche im Bind Mount Point liegen?
Bei mir ist das Endziel meine NAS. Diese...