On the company I work for, we use Proxmox as a production environment and they are supported with subscription. We are quite happy of its stability and its feature rich GUI.
On the other hand, we have a production storage, which is a TrueNAS Enterprise, with production support form...
Good day lads,
I am currently evaluating PVE as an alternative to our exisiting virtualization solution. So far I am really happy with PVE but there is a small catch. Since we want to use PVE in our prod environment, we are strongly inclined to use the enterprise repository.
The problem is...
Since the first of October I've the following error at PROXMOX:
TASK ERROR: command 'apt-get update' failed: exit code 100
If I do the "apt-get update" manually on the system, I get the following:
schm@charles:~$ sudo apt-get update
[sudo] password for schm:
I run Proxmox at home and was originally using the No-Subscription Repository. I just purchased a license key and added it in the web interface, as described here.
What do I need to do to add the Enterprise Repository? Is it just as easy as switching out repo out and running apt update &&...
I'm quite new to ProxMox and of course didn't read anything, just installed the whole thing and had hard time to bring everything running, after switching from FreeNAS :) .
Now, after a few quite critical almost-showstoppers (like corrupted VMs, cutting me off with bond-config, cron.d...
We have been using Proxmox with the community repositories for a short while to tests etc. We have been updating it with the community repositories during this time.
We have acquired a subscription today and applied it to our Proxmox server and edited the sources.list and...
I have two clusters, one with 7 nodes and one with 12 nodes. Every host in both clusters has this problem and all 19 hosts have a community edition ProxMox license/subscription attached to them.
The first apt update will always fail like below. However, once I run `pvesubscription update`...