Hello. During initial installation, i selected HDSIZE as 50 GB on my 250 GB NVMe SSD. Proxmox did it thing and divided the 50 gigs into all partitions that was needed. However, over time and VM usage, i became short on space and now i want to extend the local-lvm (so the data local volume) to...
When trying to patch a kernel an error message always comes up saying root partition is out of space. Is there a way to safely recover space by clearing any unneeded files? Up until now I have always deleted the default lvm and extended the root partition but I’m wondering if there is a more...
so I just found out that I'm pretty much out of space on my File-server. (as shown in the attached snapshots)
is there any way to extend that File server's storage ?
ps : Zfs-loacl seems to have some decent amount of Gigs , is possible to use that ?
Thanks all !
I'm running ProxMox VE version below
pve-manager/5.3-5/97ae681d (running kernel: 4.15.18-9-pv
I'd like to increase one of our LVM thin pool from 300 GB to 600 GB (see LVM pv and vg below)
PV VG Fmt Attr PSize PFree
/dev/sdb1 vmdata lvm2 a-- 931.00g 630.85g
Currently I am using proxmox 5.3-8 , I have followed all the method but I am unable to increase proxmox swap size which is currently 1 GB
total used free shared buff/cache available
Mem: 31G 6.8G 286M 15G 24G...
Guten Morgen zusammen,
ich habe meine PVE Installation via CloneZilla auf größere Platten umgezogen. Das hat soweit auch gut funktioniert.
Das Problem ist, dass die Partitionen zu klein sind und ich nicht weiß, wie ich diese vergrößern kann. Wie kann ich das anstellen?
- root ist...
my server is using a raid1 with 2 x 2 TB HDDs.
Originally, proxmox was installed on 2 x 320G HDDs with raid1, but one HDD crashed and i have replaced both hdds with 2 x 2 TB hdds (i have cloned the date with dd).
The system is up and running since more than a year but now i have a...
I'm working on PVE 5.1 and i get some issues when i want to extend a linux virtual machine hard disk.
I'm working with LVM on the proxmox node.
For example I extend by 10G a scsi drive on a VM.
I see the change on the sda disk when i run
But i can't extend the root partition...
I would like to know if these steps are the correct ones to extend pve-data size.
1) new primary partition created at new disk -> /dev/sdb1
2) pvreate /dev/sdb1
3) vgextend "pve" /dev/sdb1
4) lvresize -l (current LE + Free LE of new disk) /dev/mapper/pve-data
That's it - is this...