I currently have an ubuntu LXC installed on my proxmox server in order to setup a nextcloud service.
In order to do this I am following this learnlinux youtube guide here.
At 5:09 the guide mentions changing the hostname and hosts to include my ddns or domain name.
I have done the same and I...
I want to change the hostname of my PVE. It is already setup and running numerous VMs.
I know I need to edit /etc/hostname and also /etc/hosts but from what I have read elsewhere on the forums and also online is that some directories also need to be moved for the VMs to continue...
I was trying to change the hostname, by editing /etc/hostname and /etc/hosts following the guide from the wiki.
It didn't work as I found 2 different nodes into the Web UI, then I moved all the content from the old node folder in /etc/pve/nodes to the new one (this includes lxc, qemu-server...
For all proxmox VM i simply configure the hostname and the DHCP service maps it to an FQDN so i can ping myhost.sub.sub.mydom.tld
Except for the one container i'm running, that does not work at all, whatever i try. The only difference i notice is the dhcp client here is udhcpc but i've...
PVE newbie here.
How do I disable the following "auto-change-files upon startup" behavior?
I have very-specific settings in /etc/hostname and /etc/resolv.conf (read: I know what I'm doing) in my Ubuntu 20.04 LXC container. PVE appears to be auto-changing values in these files upon every...
Welcome to the Proxmox Virtual Environment. Please use your web browser to
configure this server - connect to:
in addition to the localip, I would like to add another line hostnamectl or fqdn of this PVE node.
How do I do that?
We've been testing Proxmox Mail Gateway for a while and would like to promote them to production. We would like to change the hostname of the 2 Proxmox Mail Gateway nodes that conform the cluster. For non-clustered nodes we've found this...
My Proxmox Mailgateway Cluster is now working fine. But sometimes I have bad SMTP Connection times, tested on mxtoolbox.com. But only on the second Proxmox Mailgateway Server. I disable Greylisting.
SMTP Connection Time
6.944 seconds - Warning on Connection time
After changing an LXC container Hostname under its DNS setting, I can ping it, but can no longer SSH to it.
Other containers are accessible and the renamed container was accessible before the Hostname change. Is this a known issue or any suggestions?
Achtung: Augenzwinkerthema! ;)
hier treffen demnächst 3 Server ein, die zu einem ersten Cluster zusammengeführt werden möchten.
Dafür treffe ich hier nach und nach alle Vorbereitungen. Unter anderem sind die drei armen Server noch namenlos.
Das muss sich ändern!
Ich suche noch...
I have configured this hostname in GUI (see screenshot):
However, the CLI output for displaying Fully qualified domain name returns:
ct102-haproxy:~# hostname -f
How can this inconsistency be fixed?
I tried to change my host name, after I did that, I tried to move all the files from /etc/pve/nodes/OldHost to /etc/pve/nodes/NewHost. But some files wouldn't copy. I tried to restart the server and it has messed up the config.db, the GUI wouldn't work etc.
After deleting the config.db...
i have the following Problem:
i have 3 Container with external ip addresses, network connections are ok. But if i ping the ct the hostname of my Host pops up.
Im new to pve so may someone can help, thanks.
i deployed a few CentOS7 LXC Containers today. After taking a look in /etc/hosts i found this..
127.0.0.1 localhost LXC_NAME
# --- BEGIN PVE ---
::1 localhost.localnet localhost
10.48.4.116 xxx.yyy.com xxx
# --- END PVE ---
The Line 127.0.0.1 contain a placeholder for LXC_NAME instead the...
So I have an LXC container running Ubuntu 16.04. I created a script that changes the default hostname (LXC-Ubuntu) to a randomly generated series of letters and numbers.
Running a command through /etc/rc.local each time I reboot the system, the hostname is changed using this script...
Basically, I am running an LXC Ubuntu container and a Windows 7 VM in my environment. I want to be able to clone these and have each clone designated with a unique host name.
I have read that bash scripting might help me accomplish this but I am lost on how I would implement this with...
So I set up a Ubuntu container with the hostname "test", when I started the container and typed in hostname -f it just shows "test".
Also the entry within the /etc/hosts file just has 127.0.1.1 test in it, not the full domain name which should be test.ho.me.
So I've set the hostname directly to...