I installed the turnkey Gitlab 17.1.1 LXC template.
After the installation weird behaviour is happening.
I try to log in to GitLab with my root account and I get an HTTP 500 error.
After that, I decided to register a test account, and redirected me to:
So far, the turnkey CT templates have been released quite quickly after the Debian release.
Currently there are no new turnkey templates.
Does anyone know when the new Debian 12 templates will be released?
I have installed the latest version of Proxmox VE and updated all the packages but turnkey containers don't exist
I tried pveam update and here is the log of /var/log/pveam.log
2023-06-11 23:07:46 starting update
2023-06-11 23:07:46 start download...
I'm new to Proxmox and have it running (Virtual Environment 7.1-11)
I want to install Wireguard but didn't found anything that compares the 5 methods that I'm now aware of.
-In Docker in LXC
The differences that I would like to know is...
First I would like to apologize for my English.
I have server with installed ProxMox 7.1-10 and maked CT from template debian-10-turnkey-openvpn_16.1-1_amd64.tar.gz. The server has 4 IP's, configured PREROUTING and POSTROUTING nat rules for translate network from vmbr0 to vmbr1 and reverse.
I have installed the Turnkey Wordpress LXC on the latest Proxmox but after running for some time normally, the CPU usage spikes to 100% due to jitterentropy-rngd.
What could be causing this? Can I disable the jitterentropy-rngd service?
I want to set up a WireGuard VPN from my home office to our small office. But before I can even start, I have to get networking up. Currently I can't even get my way out of the stock WireGuard container.
On the host in my home office there are 3 VMs and the newly created...
i am evaluating Proxmox solution before to purchase of the licence but I am in troubles.
I would like to use Proxmox and CT Turnkey FileServer for main storage and other CT of course.
I have made two tests but both tests with same results.
Actual setup is on DELL PowerEdge...
I'm quite new to proxmox and networking in general, I really enjoy learning about networking, virtualisation and selfhosting.
I recently set up my pfsense router with a few VLANs and got almost everything is working the way I want. I now want to set up a nextcloud server on a DMZ...
I just recently dicided to try using ceph for my home servers. I backed up all VMs and LXCs and then restored them to ceph on the new cluster. Everything was working fine except for the Nextcloud LXCs. I have two nextcloud LXCs running and I am having same problem with both. I have...
I am trying to create a Nextcloud container, but it is saying it is not permitted to mknod urandom and random. I don't know what this means, but I am having trouble finding the solution. I do not know what you need to know to help me, so please let me know.
Thanks in advance.
I tried to run apt update (or even installing vim) on the LXC containers but I keep getting failed to reach IP errors. I've tried it on Debian 8, Debian 9, Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 17.04 with similar results. (I put a space in the URLs since I cannot post links yet)
EDIT: I did not mean...