My servers all run HGST260 enterprise PCIe NVMe drives, mirrored. The drives have great performance, but my guests seem to be limited by queue depth. Are we able to use emulated NVMe devices to increase the parallelization of disk IO, and would this help relative to the standard SCSI devices?
Can you tell me what latest VirtIO drivers support Windows 7/2008 R2? I trying install drivers from latest iso (0.1.189), but when installing drivers for:
Balloon - I get a BSoD (balloon.sys+wdf01000.sys)
PCI Simple Communications (VirtIO Serial driver) - driver installed with Code 10...
Proxmox - NVidia Issues
I am trying to move from Hyper-V to proxmox but I can’t even get past installing the program, below is the error message, it looks like it’s having issues with my NVidia graphics card but I have no onboard graphics to use instead...
To preface this I am very new to Proxmox and I don't have a lot of Linux knowledge :confused:
I have been using Proxmox without issue since late last year with standard 1Gb networking from my freeNAS box. I bought a pair of these cards after seeing that some folks had been using SolarFlare...
I have a system with two ethernet cards as following:
1. D-Link DGE-528T: this interface recognized and working properly with r8169 driver.
2. D-Link DGE-560T: this interface doesn't recognized and not working.
I booted live ubuntu disk and I see that both of them recognized and worked...
I'm trying to get proxmox installed on a Dell c6100 with SAS and SSD drives. The drives are all detected in BIOS but it seems that there is no driver support for this particular card and so no drives show up to the installer.
Debian installer (stretch) also does not detect them even when...
So we got a fancy new supermicro server were trying to install proxmox on now.
The installation went pretty smooth. However, I can't get either of the onboard NICs to work. The supermicro docs list them as an Intel C621 platform .
Proxmox / Debian recognizes them as Intel X722...
I'm a student in a french informatic school and I've got the project to turn my laptot in a VM server using proxmox OS. But my laptop must also be in the same time server and client, I want to be able to connect on the vm from the laptop that host the vm in the same time. Here...
I have a small problem with DHCP Server + Client in Virtual Machines using VirtIO network device.
dhcpd: 5 bad udp checksum in 5 packets
I alread read some other forums and mailing list for this problem and it looks like the VirtIO Network Device is not generating correct...
I'm just now taking my first real foray into Proxmox and I'm loving it so far. But I could use some help. Some of the technologies at play here are still a little foreign to me. I apologize if I'm a little wordy here.
First some details:
Version: Proxmox VE 4.4
I need to install Antec Kuhler 920 CPU Liquid Cooling drivers to control temp of my crazy AMD FX9590.
USB passthrough do not work for some reason and I would like to control it from host anyway.
Drivers (attached) are from SourceForge dot net /projects/kuhlerdriver/ (I'm not allowed to...
I am having trouble getting my NIC drivers compiled and installed with proxmox.
As you can see below, the card I'm trying to get working is a:
82571EB PRO/1000 AT Quad Port Bypass Adapter
I have followed the directions at the following two links with no luck...
I saw in the device manager this unknown device "ACPI\QEMU0002" and already googled about it and tried all virtio drivers. But none is correct. I also installed qemu guest-agent, but it didn't solve the issue.
I've got this problem on Windows Server 2012R2 Essentials and Standard...
Is it possible (and reliable) to add driver to Planet ENW-9803 PCIe 10Gbase-T network card which is not supported with out-of-the-box installation? Do you have any recommendation and/or good experiences to any other 10Gbase-T NIC which is supported? Thanks
Hello again! as im going to build a proxmox ve 4.2 for a productive enviroment in a couple of days and started doing tests in order to smooth the transition from virtualbox in a old cpu, the first thing i need running in the new computer is a windows 64bits VM for a little MS SQL server...
I am installing Proxmox in a Cisco UCS C220 server and have a problem with a VIC card (UCS VIC 1225T model). That card allows create multiple virtual network cards, after installing Proxmox Debian detects the element and identifies the driver but it´s not shown as a network card, here is...