I disabled the root@pam unintentionally. Now I really cannot figure out how to re-enable it through the cli of my node.
Now, I have no access to the Web UI.
I thought about changing the line in etc/pve/user.cfg. However, I have no clue how to change it and if that is the correct way.
Simple question, how do I move or disable the log?
I am using nginx in front of it which I can significantly reduce writes by using its flush and buffer parameters, but pveproxy seems to have no documented way of manipulating its logging.
I have configured e-mail alerts on the pve hosts and they are successfully being sent to the root account (which then forwards to my real e-mail account).
What I’m trying to figure out is how to disable e-mail alerts sent by cron. If that’s not possible, can I somehow disable only zfs...
I have two questions. When VM is starting, is there some way to allocate full memory which is assigned to VM on node? If not, is there any option to disable memory overcommitment?
I'd be very grateful for any response. Thank you!
I need to disable ipv6 on a Centos 7 container. But... i cant.
If i modify the /etc/hosts proxmox overrride my config.
How can i disable ipv6?? (im using squid proxy in this container and this make me problems with ipv6))
I dont speak english, thanks to all!