I am new here and just set up a Proxmox VE node to host things like pi-hole, wireguard and some smarthome tools. As I do not need availability of the system 24h, it would be nice to shutdown the system at a certain time. Wake up could be either arranged via BIOS of the computer (Esprimo...
I realize this is my first post, because I tend to avoid asking questions if I can find the answer on my own. Currently I am unable to find a solution so:
I was running one system with Proxmox and recent got some servers for cheap, so I decided to test out clusters and making my VMs HA...
wo kann ich es denn eingeben, dass der Proxmox-Server bei der Unterschreitung einer bestimmten CPU-Last herunterfährt?
Ich möchte den Server zum Spiele- und Programme-Streamen nutzen. Wenn dann niemand mehr darauf zugreift, soll er nach 15min. ausgehen.
Wie ich eine VM automatisch durch...
I've just upgraded to proxmox 6.1 and installed the latest Centos 7 template (centos-7-default_20190926_amd64.tar.xz).
When I enter the LXC and try to shut the Centos 7 down, it just won't.
ps aux shows:
USER PID %CPU %MEM VSZ RSS TTY STAT START TIME COMMAND
If we run (as root) shutdown -h in the Proxmox shell and we have a couple of backups/snapshots which need another couple of hours until finished, will they be interrupted/fail by shutdown?
Good Day Everyone
We have a standalone PVE host which, from time to time, and as expected, needs updates installed and a reboot if there are kernel updates.
We have set the HA Settings under datacenter -> Options -> HA Settings to shutdown_policy=freeze.
What I understand under this policy...
I'm having a terrible time with Proxmox not seemingly being able to shut down Windows (10 and Server 2012 & R2) and Linux (CentOS 6.10) guests. I'm not even sure where to start in terms of isolating where the problem might be. What should I do to ascertain what the problem here is?
I've been running a Mikrotik CHR VM version 6.41.2 for some time now, only for the record of using the embedded TheDude network monitoring package. Since I've been having problems with shutting the VM down before taking a backup from PVE, I've been searching for a way to notify the VM. This was...
I've noticed that I cannot gracefully power off any of my Centos 7 or Fedora 28 vm's with "right click -> Shutdown" from the WEB UI. If I do this, it's like I havent done anything and the VM just stays up. I've installed the Qemu drivers with "yum install qemu-guest-agent" and I've...
Since a few days, some mv WS2003 are shutting down automatically (not forced stops). The vm are shutting down as if someone pressed start, shut down. After that, when I start the machine I found in the event viewer, the next thing:
Event ID 6008 "The previous system shutdown at Time on...
What is the right way to do a clean reboot of the whole ProxMox Master node (e.g. after upgrade of pve-kernel)?
For example, I wan't to do the reboot at 23:00 tonight.
I don't think it's save, to do only an "shutdown -r 23:00" ?! I think the running VM's won't be shutdown in a clean way.. or am...
I've been using Proxmox for a while now on different systems, but one of those seems to have trouble with the rebooting part.
It works great, until I reboot the thing. Then it acts as if I would give it a shutdown command.
It just powers of, and never comes back online on it's own...
4 HA Vms were not able to reboot properly this morning at 4:30 pm (reboot via cron).
These vms are running Centos 7 64 bits with qemu-guest-agent (hosted by different nodes).
Seems that my 3 nodes cluster is up to date :
proxmox-ve: 5.1-25 (running kernel: 4.13.4-1-pve)
I plan to replace a stack of 2xswitchs. A 3 nodes cluster (with dedicated lacp interfaces for vmbr0 and ceph) is connected to this stack. I guess I have to shutdown the entire cluster for doing this. What are your recommendation for doing this properly ? (Stop all vms, then what just...
I use proxmox 5.0
I have windows 10 VM with following specs:
So I put up a brand new PVE 4.4 and wanted to mount a CIFS/SMB share off of a Windows server.
I made this note to do this from the last PVE:
#echo “//sambaspot.localsystem.local/misc2/vm-images /mnt/sambaspot cifs username=sambaspot,password=P@ssw0rd 0 0” >>...
In a 3 node CEPH/Proxmox 4 HA Cluster, I recently had a Windows 7 Guest VM hang (BSOD).
As expected HA never kicked in because in proxmox' point of view the VM is up and running.
I thought maybe the QEMU Guest Agent would help checking for hung VM's but when I checked the wiki page it only...
Many apologies if this question has been answered already, I tried Googling to no avail.
I want to set my cron to shut down (power off) my proxmox server at 7pm each day.
Will a shutdown also trigger my VM's to shutdown cleanly? Or will is some further configuration needed to make this happen?