Recently i've started using proxmox on a optiplex as a homeserver, and i'm absolutely loving it!
Ran in several newbie issues, but was able to resolve them by searching, trail & error, and learning on the way.
My optiplex running proxmox is based in my basement.
I have one...
I'm running a Ubuntu 22.04 container on the latest version of Proxmox. I'm trying to load the kernel module in this container but it fails:
mycontainer@root / # modprobe tls
modprobe: FATAL: Module tls not found in directory /lib/modules/5.15.39-1-pve
How can I load this module?
I try to install the HAVP Proxy into a LXC Debian 11 Container.
Iam receiving this error, when bringing up the Service:
systemctl status havp.service
* havp.service - LSB: HAVP virus-scanning HTTP proxy
Loaded: loaded (/etc/init.d/havp; generated)
Active: failed (Result: exit-code)...
I have a long-running server which use 2x ZFS-mirrored 7TB Ultrastar SN200 Series NVMe SSDs running Proxmox 6.2. I bought two more identical devices and setup a second server about a month ago.
I could create VMs and migrate to/from local-vmdata (the local ZFS pool on these drives).
Newby here... I'm trying to run fireqos on my cloud hosted prox install but its moaning about not having the ifb modules available.
Is there a way I can add this module to the kernel?