There is a proxmox node that has storage /media/storage2 which used by two virtual machines. Images VM101 and VM103. Too much space was accidentally expanded on vm 101. How now to delete this unallocated space on the virtual machine with the OS Windows and free up space in the storage of nodes...
I resize my LXC container (CentOS 8) and restart it but he don't wanna start now.
I try run it:
root@proxmox:~# lxc-start -n 105 -F --logfile=lxc.log --logpriority=DEBUG
lxc-start: 105: conf.c: run_buffer: 352 Script exited with status 2
lxc-start: 105: start.c: lxc_init: 897 Failed to run...
I have a VM whos current disk size is 200Gb can I select the VM then select Harddisk and resize Disk to add 200Gb more.
it that all there is to it or do I need to perform other step also
I am of course cloning the VM first
I have started user management with this guide.
However, I'm facing this issue:
No other user except for System administrator (=root) can resize virtual disks of any VM.
Can you please advise which role must be assigned to a user to grant this permission?
Good Day together,
i successfully resized the disk of a vm on my proxmox node from 100GB to 500GB with the Web-GUI in the Hardware-Tab. I already edited the partition table on the unix guest and everything works fine. When i look into the config of the VM in the Web-GUI and in the...
i have a Qemu VPS Cloudlinux 7 (centos 7) with LVM.
I'm tryng to enlarge the root partition using Gparted Live CD but i have this error when i try to enlarge SDA2:
"partition length of 4401920000 sectors exceeds the msdos-partition-table-imposed ..."
My Volumes details:
I have upgraded from a 1TB drive to a 2TB Drive and I have used CloneZilla to move Proxmox to the new drive and I am trying to Expand it to use the larger storage. I have Partition setup and expanded to 1.8T on the Linux LVM (/dev/sda3) but I when I go into the Proxmox interface and look in df-h...
I've used ProxMox VE for a few years without a prob but I'm facing something I don't understand, so I don't know how to solve this poblem.
Virtual Environment 4.4-13/7ea56165 on a dedicated server at SoYouStart. Let me say I run 4 servers like this one and have this problem with this...
i'm working on a P2V of a Cpanel server (centos 7).
What is the best FS / Partitioning ?
I'm reading that using LVM i can do a Hot Resize but i lose performance ...
I think i will need to resize mi virtual hd in the future ..
Is it ok ext4 ?
I accidentally over-Resized a VMs HDD to 1250G, when I only wanted to make it 750G. The VM hasn't been powered on since the resize, and when I run the resize command I've come across, I am getting an error:
root@vm2:/dev# qm resize 107 ide0 750G
unable to shrink disk size
I am having problems when I try to resize disks of a KVM machine with ceph backed disks.
While the server is powered off I can resize the disks without problems, but when it is online I get an error.
The kvm definition is:
# cat /etc/pve/qemu-server/164.conf
I am trying to figure out how things are working when related to disk size and disk image and real disk size.
I have an NFS shared storage with 10T of disk space.
This storage is a FreeNAS ZFS storage and is available on all nodes of my cluster (shared using NFS).
The size of the...
I have been trying to resize an ubuntu 14.04 LXC for several hours now and it's getting a little frustrating.
The original container was set up as 64Gb and I have extended it to 320Gb on my 4.0-48 host.
The backend storage is LVM on a DELL iSCSI SAN.
In the proxmox Web gui if I browse my...
I don't get it. First I installed a two node cluster according to https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/DRBD9, but I cannot resize the disk of a VM ("... not implemented ..."), migration works well. So I decided to change the setup according to https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/DRBD . Now I can resize...