I have created a windows 2019 cloud init image, following this tutorial, and using that image, I've created a VM using cloud init parameters for network and setting password.
The VM works, but there is a big problem. It takes around 10 minutes for cloud parameters to apply. That is how log I...
ich möchte eine VM, die auf einem local ZFS Storage liegt auf eine andere Node migrieren. Sie hat eine Cloudinit-Disk an IDE2 angehängt, die ebenfalls auf dem lokalen ZFS liegt.
In der GUI gibt es im Migrations-Dialog dann die Info, dass die lokale Cloudinit-Disk eine...
When I made a system image and purchased the automatic activation product from whmcs, the automatically created parameters were correct, but the VM could not be started, and the disk was also qcow2
Use of uninitialized value in split at /usr/share/perl5/PVE/QemuServer/Cloudinit.pm line 99...
I'm struggling to properly prepare a CentOS 7 Cloud-Init image, there doesn't seem to be an already prepared image like on Ubuntu and many tutorial are extremely different from each other and I just can't find a way to do this... I've searched for so many tutorials, yet none of...
I'm trying out cloudinit to deploy our VMs and so far everything is working fine. I've followed the tutorial in the doc to create the template which worked fine.
The template had a 3GB HDD (scsi0). I wanted to extend the disk of another VM and by accident I extended the disk of the...
Good evening Proxmox community,
I use the Terraform-proxmox-provider for automated deploying of Windows Server 2019 instances.
I prepared a Windows Server 2019. Installed Cloudbase-init and configured the cloudbase-init.conf and...
This is an english version of an existing german topic, you can find it here.
So here is my problem, I have a fresh Proxmox 6.1-3 VE Server and I wanted to make a template with Cloud-Init.
I followed the instructions 1:1 provided by the Wiki and created my first template.
Here is what i did:
pve-manager/6.1-3/37248ce6 (running kernel: 5.3.10-1-pve)
I can't seem to figure out why this is happening, but every time our backups run, the vm's that were backed up come back up with read-only filesystems and I have to restore form the backup to get them working again.
I just want to clone a KVM Debian 9 virtual machine, it's just a stock image.
I'm trying with cloud-init, I need for each cloned machine different hostname and IP address (manually setted), obviously different MAC address.
I also need to execute a command and after that reboot the VM...
I have a 4 nodes cluster, sharing an ISCSI LUN with LVM on top of it.
I've created a template that I use to clone VM and add a cloudinit drive.
Everything works fine until I stop the VM (which has it's disk and clouinit on the shared LVM), it then complains that it cannot start :
CloudInit bietet die Möglichkeit ein Script beim ersten Boot auszuführen. Ich habe bis jetzt keinen Weg gefunden dies in Proxmox per GUI oder API einzurichten. Habe ich etwas übersehen? Wenn nicht würde ich gerne einen Feature-Request erstellen.
I've successfully set up a cloudinit image, but in the GUI, there doesn't seem to be a way to use a `runcmd` to install software after a cloned image boots up.
Is there some way to do something like:
- apt install qemu-guest-agent
Hello everybody , i have a problem with migrating vm in cluster with mounted cloud init drive.
When i want to migrate i have the following output:
use dedicated network address for sending migration traffic (x.x.x.x)
2019-02-04 14:22:45 starting migration of VM 104 to node 'proxmox` (x.x.x.x)...
I can't even imagine what I did wrong, but all I did was `apt get update; apt-get dist-upgrade`.
After reboot, the server's name is "CloudInit" and it no longer has `/etc/pve` mounted.
Even the hosts file is changed:
root@CloudInit [~]: # cat /etc/hosts
# Your system has configured...
Hi, I have a template on which cloud init is installed, I do fullclone from it and after that I change the ip and gw parameters.
Option 1 - qm set 123 --ipconfig0 ip = 10.0.10.123 / 24, gw = 10.0.10.1
Option 2 Post request / nodes /% s /% s /% d / config in the body of which new parameters ip...
I'm a bit confused about what cloud-init options are supported by Proxmox. The 5.2 announcement blog post says:
However, the cloud-init docs make no mention of configuring mount points or post install scripts. What am I missing?
Is there a possibility to define variable, that is accessible by proxmox API in each object type like VM, Template, Container, Host or Datastore?
If no, simple tab with key and value added to all objects in proxmox gui will be awesome, because this will allow to build extensions for...