When creating a regular (RBD) Ceph pool, there are options in both the GUI and in pveceph to determine the size (replication count) and the min. size (online replicas for read) of the pool. However, when creating a CephFS pool, neither the GUI, not pveceph provides an option to create one with a...
I just mount a NFS server on ubuntu 18.04 to create an NFS storage for my backup
The free size for backup is 6.4 T
When mount this NFS share, the size on proxmox for this mount point is 21G ...
What's wrong ? Is ther some parameters to use in the export file on the NFS server ?
On the NFS...
Hello to the community,
I was following this thread to find the solution to the problem, but I got different behaviour.
My guest VM is using 13GB on /dev/sda1, here's the configuration
Hey, I'm kinda new to Proxmox, so hopefully you can help me out with my problem.
I have a storage with a size of 185GB called "local-lvm (proxmox)". It has reached its limit, so now I want to increase the size.
Using "lsblk" in shell I could see, that I have 279GB available on that device.
My VM total size is 400 GB and I only use 8-9 GB but the backup size is 63 GB.
A few days ago, while only a maximum of 5 GB, right now 63GB and I don't understand this.. I have read all previous writes but could not reach the solution
This is Proxmox:
root@prox:~# df -h
My LXC Container have 1000 GB but I only need 150 GB. How can I shrink the storage?
I used this pct resize 101 rootfs 150
unable to shrink disk size
Can anyone explain me how can I shrink the LXC Container to only 150 GB.
Best regards and thanks for help,
I have a cache problem in proxmox. See attached screenshot! the cache size continues to increase. the problem is the cache will no cleanup automatically.
and the problem is, if the ram space is full the proxmox system swap on the hdd.
any idea why proxmox have so much cache size and will...
I have a few VMs which were initially created with QEMU2, later migrated to RAW due to performance reasons.
These are running normal EXT4 filesystems (no LVM) with 800GB allocated in size. The file systems are only in use by 10-20%, however, on the host the total storage of...
Looks like the actual disk size inside an LXC container is smaller than reported, because our containers are routinely getting full before hitting the specified disk size.
For example in this container there is a 2GB difference between available disk space and disk size.
root@lxc:/# du -chs *...