Hi, I have a very small Proxmox node installed and I used to have a USB 3.0 hard disk as my simple backup for my VMs and CTs. This disk died, and I simply deattached it, however, now when I go to "Backup" section for each CT or VM that used that disk to automatically create backups, I get...
When turning on my PVE, I had the following problem:
I have used several FSCKs, but nothing works.
Boot rescue does not fix the error.
Have you ever had the problem? Do you know how to solve it?
Recently the primary non-os disk for my proxmox install is showing as 100% free despite also showing it contains several hundred GB of data on it. Any VM that attempts to boot that was on that disk is unable to boot. And attempting to create a new VM using that disk also fails. I'm suspecting a...
I have the following 1TB nvme that I have setup as a LVM for the VMs:
When I try to wipe the disk I get the following Error:
The reason I wish to wipe it because I can see there are quite a few raw disks on this NVME and I want to remove them all to start over:
I can't remove the...
My Proxmox version is 6.4-9, Ceph 15.2.13 .
I had problem with disk and when I wanted kick him from pool then I get some errors:
destroy OSD osd.61
Remove osd.61 from the CRUSH map
Remove the osd.61 authentication key.
Remove OSD osd.61
I've got 3 disks currently passed through to a VM using the instructions here:
Passthrough Physical Disk to Virtual Machine (VM) - Proxmox VE
I created 1 partition per disk, each formatted as ext4 using fdisk/mkfs.ext4 from within the VM and this has been working fine for a while.
Today everything was fine until I rebooted the proxmox node, everything seems unusual.
Now, there is a missing disk
Couldn't find device with uuid xR5BF6-dUMr-5F93-8hud-uBjN-3XBI-exR86y.
--- Volume group ---
VG Name pve
nach nun doch erfolgreicher Installation und Zurückspielen der gesicherten images möchte ich kurz hier etwas anmerken, bevor andere auch suchen:
Die alte Version des Servers war ein Proxmox 3.1 - von diesem wurden von den VMs und Containern "normale" Backup erstellt.