I created a VM and installed Debian with LVM LUKS partition and booted into it with no problems. I then installed Proxmox over this as per wiki and booted into it with no problems BUT I cannot connect to the web interface. Proxmox is working and I can access the console. What am I doing wrong?
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I setuped RAID-5 configuration and did some disks performance/efficiency tests. Main idea is to check RAID-5 efficiency with this server configuration:
CPU: 48 Cores @ 2.8 GHz
RAM: RAM DDR4 256GB 2400
Disk: 4x NVME 500GB (Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus 500GB)
Raid Level: Custom
I'm setting up a cluster and finding the documentation on shared storage sparse and lacking depth. Where people have managed to set something up, they seem to think having the files (eventually consistent) in more than one location means the job is done.
So I can have some assurance about...
We all know that backups are essential, we also know that backups need to be tested.
I have been doing a restore of the backup, stopping the running VM.
Start the restored backup and confirming data etc.
Is there a way to disable the NIC on the restored VM, so it can be started without ip...
I'm trying to find an exact version of proxmox to stage patching for all the latest kernel updates. We're currently running 3.2-4/e24a91c1. Would anyone in the community know how to find this exact copy?
I was able to locate the following, but not the exact version.