I want to migrate form HyperV to Proxmox but keep my VMs. After some reading I found out that you can export the VMs from HyperV, convert them to qcow2 with Starwind V2V and continue to use the virtual hard disk in proxmox.
After doing so I copied the filename.qcow2 file in the root...
There is any way to backup :
- Permissions > Users
- Permissions > API Token
- Permissions > Two Factor
- Permissions > Groups
- Permissions > Pools
- Permissions > Roles
- Firewall > Group
- Firewall > Group > Rules
- Firewall > Alias
- Firewall > Group
- My Settings >...
On older servers when the second hard disk of the VIRTUAL machine is a PV physical volume.When qEMu-img is converted into a qcow2 hard disk file and imported to a new server through qm importDisk, the server identifies the hard disk as a new PV physical volume.However, this results in a...
I am a fairly in-experienced Linux and Proxmox user, although I have had a Proxmox installation running for a couple of years, with different VM's and containers.
I have Proxmox installed on single 60 GB SSD drive, and I have all VM's on a 500 GB SSD, in the same machine.
I have reinstalled Proxmox because I have changed my motherboard.
In my rush, I did however forget to backup my VMs and containers. Stupid me.
I am using ZFS raidz1 on two ssd disks, which I have successfully mounted.
My question then is; is it possible to import the VMs and containers...
is it possible to import an existing physical Linux Server (Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS) into Proxmox?
And if it's possible to virtualize the machine into Proxmox, what would u recommend me, to import it in the best way?
I know it's an old system, but very important.
Would someone have some insight on how I can import a KVM image to Proxmox? I have a confluence server which I have in a KVM img format. I created a VM using qm create. I then copied the backup of the server I have to that servers hard drive in Proxmox. I booted the server using...
Thank you so much for this wonderful environment that you have created. I've been reading over the thread and have been unable to find the answer. How can I backup an Ubuntu OS virtual machine onto a drive and run it as the OS of a laptop? My server unfortunately prefers sine wave ups which is...
We have a Proxmox Server (v. 6.2-4), which hosts a few VMs and containers. Unfortunately, the server OS drive seems to be inaccessible after a power failure. We have replaced the OS drive and installed a new Proxmox environment (v 6.2-4) from scratch.
We've plugged in the old storage...
I am trying to import vms from old pve installation with little success. Can anybody help with please?
root@vhost3:~# pveversion -v
proxmox-ve: 6.2-1 (running kernel: 5.4.34-1-pve)
pve-manager: 6.2-4 (running version: 6.2-4/9824574a)
I have successfully imported Windows 10 from esxi to proxmox ve by following the guide
i did this to make it to boot
sed -i 's/scsi/ide/g' /etc/pve/qemu-server/130.conf
i've installed all the drivers and enabled QEMU as well.
how do i change this disk to SCSI ? will changing it improve...
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Ich möchte meine alten Hyper V VM´s in Proxmox(neuste Version) importieren
Ich habe mir die Festplatten exportiert im vdhx Format
Wie kann ich diese nun in Proxmox importieren?
Ich weiß das ich sie irgendwie konvertieren muss...
I have imported correctly a converted azure vhd vps, but it stop the boot when load BTRFS...
I have tried to disable hardware virtualization.. but i don't really know why this happen..
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Ich habe vor einiger Zeit angefangen mich in Proxmox VE einzuarbeiten und damit herumzuexperimentieren.
Bisher habe ich Hyper-V verwendet und wollte nun meine bestehenden Sessions migrieren.
Im Internet habe ich diverse Hinweise gefunden, wie die vhdx-Festplattendateien...
We had a Proxmox server (v. 5.3.8), which hosts a few VMs and containers. Unfortunately, the server started to present some problems and it didn't reboot anymore. Then, we replaced the HDs, and reinstall a new Proxmox environment (v.5.3.8), from scratch.
Now, we would like to move...
I'm making a tool to migrate from vmware to proxmox. I've got everything done except for handling the disks.
I can't quite get the syntax right for creating LVM disks.
Ideally I want to create a bunch of 1gb LVMs when I import the configs, then resize them to the correct size later as...
Recently started to test out Proxmox to decide if we want to switch from current software.
We have created and export of our blacklist and wish to import this into Proxmox.
I know where and how to do so manually from the GUI
As far as i can see i have to add them one at a time instead...