I have a 240GB SSD drive which is connected via USB. After plugging it in, the drive initally shows up correctly in lsblk and fdisk -l, and I am able to mount it without problem on the Proxmox host. The problem is that the drive seems to disappear from the host after a couple of days, and this...
ich habe mir leider meinen Proxmox Server beim rumprobieren zerschossen. Daher musste ich Proxmox leider neu installieren.
Glücklicherweise, waren alle wichtigen Daten auf einer zweiten Festplatte die in das System ein gebunden war.
Auf der SSD hatten drei VMs einen zusätzlichen...
I know this is a common asked question but yet I am trying to see what would be the best option for my config.
I just got a computer and have enough CPU and Ram to run a decent home lab.
The storage available is as follow:
One SSD 480 GB where I will install the OS
Two 2TB SSD for...
Wasn't the case in the past, but is it possible these days to install Proxmox directly (not on top of Debian) without committing the entire physical disk to that filesystem (as I recall, had to be ZFS)?
I am digging up a old subject : Deleting properly a FileSystem.
I know that there is a very similar subjet here but the solution is for a Datastore not for a FS.
I am unable to recreate a FS with the same name of a FS that I have previously deleted.
Here is the full procedure :
I have a VM with too much space allocated and am trying to shrink it's disk from 200G to 100G.
Filesystem of VM is BTRFS and of Proxmox ZFS.
Steps I've done:
1) Boot into gparted and resize the btrfs partition from almost 200G to 95G (used partition space does not exceed 100G)
I did a really dumb mistake due to my lack of experience I was trying to remove cifs from hetzner there causing problems. By mistake, I ran this code
root@z1 /mnt # mount -f -a /mnt/pve/Google
my df went from this
df: /mnt/pve/Google: Host is down
df: /mnt/pve/Test: Host is down
In an up to date Proxmox install, I have root on RAID1. There is another partition on ZFS, which has two VMs.
There is some free space in a deleted partition adjacent to partition 5, the ZFS partition (BTW across sda/sdb/sdc/sde), where partition 4 used to be. I am trying to get partition 5 to...
I'm planning to run proxmox on ssd m2 nvme
so what your suggest file system to install on it?
the 2*ssd m2 nvme raid1
so what your suggest to buy for ssd m2 nvme ?
what best way as you suggest ?
I have another 4*ssd kingston dc450r 960g
the server hp dl380 gen10
I got a problem with a node on my cluster.
Here is the conf:
Proxmox 7.1 .
I tries to remove a lvm-thin provisionning via Datacenter Webui interface. I rebooted one of the nodes where the lvm thin is and i got a read-only filesystem.
the system is installed like this ...
Proxmox is using a ZFS raid1 storage. On there, a disk has been created for a VM. This disk is currently formatted as ext4. Does that make sense? I guess its up to me. I'm just double checking. I might format the disk to ZFS, since it has the ability to check integrity.
I have Home Assistant and Ubuntu 20.04 running in virtual machines and every day I come home to find the console flooded with these messages. I ran a SMART test on my SSD and it came back clean with no errors. Sometimes when I reboot the VM it starts back up fine, other times I have to run fsck...
Dear Proxmox Community
I recently started renting a dedicated server. The Provider allows for automized installation of Proxmox VE 6, which I've chosen.
The server has 2 SSD's of 74.5G and an additional HDD available. However, the installation was done (as to be expected) on a single drive...
dank einem Beitrag habe auf eine Frage von mir habe ich nun meinen Server auf ZFS umgestellt. Nun stellt sich mir die Frage: XFS oder ext4 als Gast FS? Bisher war ich immer ein Freund von XFS:
- defrag online möglich (auch unter Linux relevant; ggf. weniger/gar nicht bei SSD?)
I'd like to create a virtual hard drive and mount it to multiple VMs, some with read-only access. I do not want to share anything with the host and do not want to use networking to accomplish this.
Is this something that's possible? Thanks.
I am trying to decide between using XFS or EXT4 inside KVM VMs. My goal is not to over-optimise in an early stage, but I want to make an informed file system decision and stick with that.
Ceph as backend storage
Writeback cache on VM disk
No LVM inside VM
Hello everyone, i have question about my Proxmox VE.
First details about my system:
OS - Proxmox VE 6.0 updated
CPU - Ryzen 1700x, RAM - 32GB 3200 nonECC,
SDD - nvme 512(system is on it +20% overprovision)
SSD - SATA 3 256GB
HDD - 2x2TB ZFS mirror lz4(for storage),
HDD - 2x1TB ZFS...
This is my first time running my own virtualization environment. PVE looks like the best option. I'd like to get some advice on setting it up.
I have a Supermicro box (HW RAID 1 available) with the following config
2x WD Red 4TB drives
1x 2TB NVME SSD
1x Xeon E 2136
2X 16GB RAM
2X 1Gbps NICs
When i want to add files to my vm i need to upload them to internet and then i need to download them via the wget command.
Is there no nice filesystem / FTP so i can drag and drop my files instead of doing this all the time...
This is making me so frustrating because it takes so long...