Install proxmox pve-manager/7.4-15/a5d2a31e, on a computer with an Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-10105 processor, and it only recognizes one core, not the 4 that it should.
1 x Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-10105 CPU @ 3.70GHz (1 Socket)
Linux 5.15.108-1-pve #1 SMP PVE 5.15.108-1...
I am doing a new Proxmox server build and while I am at it, I've been thinking to also upgrade the CPU on my Dell Precision T3610 workstation. It currently runs an Intel Xeon E5-1620 v2 @ 3.70GHz which appears to be a 4 core CPU, even though Proxmox says 8 x Intel Xeon.
My use case for this...
just a quick question.
We have 2 servers/nodes in our environment, with 2 CPUs/sockets each.
One server has 2xCPUs with 14 cores each (total of 28 cores), and the other server has 2xCPUs with 18 cores each (total of 36 cores).
Now the question:
In the node overview, Proxmox is...
Hey Y'all. I've got a question. I hope it isn't a stupid question, but the only way to know is to ask, because google hasn't been forthcoming.
I'm not an IT guy. By education, I'm an engineer. Computers are my hobby. I know enough to install proxmox and configure multiple LXCs/VMs over command...
Looking to buy the lowest end system (read: lowest cost) capable of hosting a Sophos UTM Home Edition firewall (maybe XG free edition in future) to serve as an Internet Router and LAN gateway, plus a Windows 10 Pro VM connected to a USB drive for backups. The Windows VM is for UPS monitoring...
I was looking at the docs about enabling NUMA because I have dual Xeon E5-2650 v2 processors on a dell R720 server. I have searched everywhere to find a good guide to enable NUMA according to the number of nodes and sockets.
Anyone has tried it and could help?
I am experiencing some weird problems with TwinCAT (TC) in a Windows-VM. Because these problems do not occur with a different hypervisor (vmware ESX or HyperV), I suspect that the problem is related to Proxmox, KVM and/or their implementation of nesting. But first things first:
I have Proxmox VE 7.0 running on PC with AMD Threadripper 2920X (12C/24T). SMT (or Hyperthreading) is enabled. CPU has two NUMA nodes. I have two VMs:
1. WIndows 10 VM for gaming and work.
2. Linux VM that is hosting game, web and mail servers.
Both VMs have high CPU utilization. Windows...
Thanks for the PVE 6.4 release! The Live-Restore feature is especially interesting to me, because I've always looked for ways to make the restore faster in order to keep disaster recovery times a minimum.
Main Node has 16 cores / 32 threads
VM 101 has 32 vCPUs, because the database...
I'm new to proxmox and experimenting with how well Windows 10 will run on proxmox on my PC. I'm facing a bit of an issue with the CPU frequencies either showing incorrectly or something is wrong in my configuration.
I have my CPU overclocked in my BIOS to 4900Mhz. The CPU has 8 cores, all of...
I am currently looking to use proxmox for my cluster but i have some consernes..
can i put all the cpu power, memory power on a single pool so for exemple i can use 4core on one node and 2core on an other node and for memory i use 4GB on 1 node and 1GB on an other node. is it something...
I'm creating VMs using templates on thin lvm storage. I create the templates using various values for RAM and CPU, so template could have multiple CPUs or a big amount of RAM. Then on next builds, after clone I set CPU and RAM for new vm.
My question is that does having high number...
i have my main pve1 with 40GB Memory and 8 cores
then i create a new pve2 with 64GB Memory and 10 cores and join pve1 to pve2
so does this allow me to use 50GB memory and 12 cores on one vm in pve1 ? this is just an example as i need to know if its possible to use higher values then with one...
Hello. I already installed macOS using Proxmox on my rig. My CPU is 3rd Threadripper 3960x. I see little lags when I am using macOS and try to find reason. I found here that is not recommended use maximum cores of your CPU for VM (that was my case. I had set 3x16 cores) and now beginning my...
I've noticed that lxcfs has virtualized the /sys/devices/system/cpu/online dir since lxcfs version 3.1.2, but it's not working for proxmox LXC:
After upgrade the proxmox, I saw the lxcfs version has upgrade to 4.0.1, but it seems not working:
My hardware + software for work 0-24 all day as home server:
CPU i7-4790K, 32GB RAM but if not needed all, I can use with only 16GB too.
HDD: 2x 1TB HDD (Seagate Enterprise Capacity, ST1000NM0008) with software raid
Latest Debian + software raid + latest Proxmox install, all works...
When I checked the Task Manager in Windows 10 and viewed Performance, the selected CPU is worded "Common KVM processor" instead of name of the CPU? Intel i7 8600K. What can I do to make it read the CPU name instead of common KVM processor? Does correcting the name affect the overall VM...
I have proxmox installed on a server that has 2 Xeon x5570s inside of it each one has 4 cores and 8 threads. My question is how should I configure the CPU hardware for my Windows VMs? should I set the CPU configuration of the VMs as 2 sockets and 1 or 2 cores or should I set it as 1 socket and 2...
I have a slow problem with my VMs (linux / windows) under proxmox, despite the server is efficient server (12 CPU, 64 GB RAM),
I gave the machines a lot RAM and CPU but still the slowness exists, as well as the internet connection is perfect
I have the following setup:
Windows 10 PC with Virtualbox with Proxmox running inside. VM with Proxmox was given 6 cores (I have Ryzen 1600 with 6 physical cores). Inside Proxmox I have created an Ubuntu Server 18.04 VM (1 socket, 4 cores, 4 vCPUs, CPU limit: unlimited)
Then I try...