Hello, i have seen that if i add a new storage, this is definide by something like
My question is, using ZFS, where is defined Thin provisioning?
Hi, I have set up a thin pool for container creation. When I create Cts the filesystem is formated with ext4 automatically.
is it possible to create containers with XFS instead of EXT4 using thin provisioning?
I work with Proxmox 5.2 and LVM Thin-Volumes. I create a couple of snapshots from a windows test-vm and wondering how it worked.
A normal thin snapshot under LVM2 used the same size as the original thin-volume has. In my case the thin-lv has 32GiB, so the snapshot would become also...
I have a PVE host which was originally installed on PVE v3 with Directory type storage for local disk images.
It is now running 5.3-5. I would like to have the disk images stored on lvm-thin so that I can trim them (the disks are .raw images).
Is there a way of doing this that doesn't involve...
I have a Proxmox server with a bunch of local disks (10 + SSD for ZIL and L2ARC) mounted in ZFS Raidz2 for the VMs.
When I have mounted the storage I forgot to enable the Thin Provision.
I have many VMs running on this storage and I want to know if it's possible to enable now without...
I've been having a problem with a thin-provisioned filesystem on ZFS. Right now I'm not really sure if its a problem with proxmox or the guest. Right now my setup is:
NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT
rpool 10.2T 47.1G 140K /rpool...
the storage live migration creates a thick provisioned target even if a format like qcow2 is selected.
I only found the announcement for PVE 3.0 where someone mentioned to use qemu-img convert afterwards to create a sparse image file. But how would this be done on a running VM?
Out of the box on Proxmox 5.x installs, the RPOOL volume is enabled with thin provisioning.
I use NFS volumes as export shares from the RPOOL. So, for example I share out /var/lib/vz which is part of the rpool. My nodes can then create VMS in that storage...
Hey everyone !
We were moving disks from a storage to another and noticed that when they arrive on the new storage, the thin provisioning expanded to full space.
Before, when we had a few VMs, we could use the old method to empty the disks (using dd to fill the disk with zeros and deleting...