Dear Proxmox creators and Community,
first of all, thank you for building such a great product. Here is context of what I'm doing
I'm an owner of effects studio in California and am considering buying it to optimize capacity of machinces that my employees use.
They currently run 32 medium-sized...
So I recently upgraded to Proxmox 6.1 on the same hardware (r710) I was running 5.4 on, but ever since the update my Windows VM's WILL NOT start no matter if they were existing (from backup) or if I create new ones. The syslog isn't very helpful either. The error I keep getting is:
ich würde gerne eine VMWare Centos VM in Proxmox importieren.
Leider klappt das nicht ganz.
Anbei meine Schritte, was ich alles gemacht habe.
1. Server ausgeschalten
2. Ich habe mit scp von dem esx Server die Server.vmdk und die Server-flat vmdk auf den Proxmox Server...
I have a 4 nodes cluster, sharing an ISCSI LUN with LVM on top of it.
I've created a template that I use to clone VM and add a cloudinit drive.
Everything works fine until I stop the VM (which has it's disk and clouinit on the shared LVM), it then complains that it cannot start :
we are running a Proxmox cluster with five nodes. Three of them are used for ceph, providing 2 pools, one with hdd, the other one with ssd. The two other nodes are used for virtualization with qemu.
We have redundant 10 GBE storage networks and we have redundant 10 GBE ceph networks...
I have only two virtual machines, doing nothing, one windows 2016 and the other one Linux, a Mikrotik virtualized router. Each one shows more than 100% in Top, but virtually nothing inside.
What am I doing wrong? The drivers are up to date. How do I fix this and why it is right from the start...
I'm using WHMCS and Proxmox, also I'm using the Proxmox Module Garden addon to create a VM after I accepted the order, then its automatically cloning the template.
Everything works, except for assigning the IP to the network adapter. So I need to change the IP manually to get an internet...
I'm running Proxmox VE 5.3, currently trying to get dual monitor from a Windows 7 guest. I'm running virt-viewer 8.0 from Windows 10 1803.
Here is my VM info:
ich habe hier einen Proxmox-Server von dem ich gerne eine VM auf meinem Desktop-Rechner(Manjaro) mit Qemu öffnen würde.
Wie stell ich das am besten an?
Soll ich die Backup-Datei(vma.lzo) kopieren/konvertieren oder besser die vm-xxx-disk-1 aus /dev/pve verwenden?
Wie ist das...
Hi, I have an OMV setup as a QEMU virtual machine in Proxmox.
I want to pass through a physical disk to the virtual machine.
I have the command to do that:-
qm set 104 -virtio2 /dev/disk/by-id/ata-WDC_WD6003FFBX-68MU3N0_V8G3xxxx
I should also say that I created 2 partitions first on this...
Is there a way do add a new disk to a VM using pvesh ?
I use pvesh create /nodes/$(hostname -s)/storage/local/content -filename vm-XXXX-disk-0 -format raw -size 10G -vmid XXXX to create a new disk, then I run pvesh create /nodes/$(hostname -s)/qemu ...,
but how can I add a 2nd / 3rd / ... disk...
It should be possible to set a virtual disk drive to be backed by an SSD/Flash device. Virtio SCSI with SCSI, VirtIO and SATA drives should support this.
Virtual box supports this since 2014, when can we expect this to happen in PVE?
According to the upstream sources this should be possible...
I try to run some software, that detect virtual machine environment and stop running.
I change 31bit for CPU mask, now Windows Task manager can't detect VM environment
Also I add BIOS vender information, now via this commands I can see actial Computer information
I try to...
I'm trying to assign 4GB of ram to a virtual machine, but after I enabled hotplug for memory and cpu, the ram that the vm sees is not 991 (actually 1GB). Before enabling the hotplug, it worked as as expected.
Any ideas what's going on?
I'm running proxmox 5.1-41 and the vm is running Ubuntu...
I'm testing cloud-init on a brand new Ubuntu 18.04 VM.
My problem is that the IP of the VM and the GW are not on the same subnet (which is quite usual for a floating IP), so I guess the whole process of setting network fails.
I can see the parameters in...
I am currently running Qemu-KVM on an Ubuntu 14.04 host. Since I don't have spare hardware, I will need to backup my current VM's to restore them on the new ProxMox environment.
I understood that in theory a KVM VM disk (either raw or qcow2) can be used as disk on ProxMox (5.2) too, so would my...