I'm still kind of new to proxmox. I paused and shut down my VMs, click "shut down node" and then moved my hardware. When I turned it back on, I got the above error, as well as
[ TIME ] Timed out waiting for device dev-sdb.device - /dev/sdb
[DEPEND] Dependency failed for mnt-vmstorage.mount -...
Hello Proxmox Community,
I'm using Proxmox on my home server. I have several USB Devices (DVB-S Receiver, 3D Printer + Webcam) that I want to connect to my Server and use from Docker Containers (Running minisatip or octoprint). The USB Devices are turned off most of the time and are only turned...
First, I want to say that I am not a programmer or skilled linux user. I use Proxmox on a Intel N5105 System as a Home Server running OMV, Plex, piHole and ioBroker. Everithing ran fine for about a year. Now, I have a very strange problem since a few weeks.
It all started when I ran an...
While I've been fairly entrenched in Linux for a number of years, I haven't ever really had the need to dive deep into sysfs and udev... until now :/
I'm trying to write some udev rules to do some specific things (namely a RUN) with `veth` interfaces however inside a container, I'm seeing a...
I just installed a SUPERMICRO AOC-STGN-i2S in my 5018D-FN4T.
PCI passthrough is working fine for a VM.
1. How do I add this interface to pve with the system already setup?
I imagine if I was doing a fresh install of pve, this card would get added in udev by some process of setup.
Hallo, ich melde mich heute nach langer Zeit wieder und habe festgestellt, das ich das Problem früher hier schon mal beschrieben habe
Meine damalige Lösung war, das ich den Drucker an den USB Port...
I've an issue with "udev", I detected this because of an high CPU load:
PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
1197 root 20 0 394632 14272 10392 S 45.8 0.0 102:40.37 udisksd
1171 message+ 20 0 195716 180724 3960 S 34.2...
Yesterday I upgraded from 6.4-1 to 7.0-2, and the host boots fine.
Before starting all vm's and ct's I just started 1 ct and 1 vm, they work fine. Zpools report no issues.
In the log however I found multiple messages like these, they were never in the logs in pve 6.x or 5.x, so it started...
I have been scratching my head with why I can not do a normal upgrade of my system. It started a couple of days ago until the point where I decided to begin with a clean install of PVE 7.0. But after having everything setup, the same problem comes up even before I do any changes on the...
pve-manager/6.0-4/2a719255 (running kernel: 5.0.15-1-pve)
Migrate disk fails to every time with the below message.
I am suspecting a kernel related issue with LVM thinpool on Proxmox 6.0, see further below for kern.log.
I see the same error for timeout from udev also when creating a...
I just installed a clean proxmox 6.0 on a machine and the network card does no longer function properly. It worked with Proxmox 5.4
Hardware: HP server with 2x gigabit on-board card + HP NC364T PCIe (4x gigabit card, with 2x Intel 82571EB chips).
The problem is, that 2 of the 4 ports get...
I have been running a somewhat complex network setup on my server for some time:
2x Copper Gigabit Ethernet on Server Board
4x Copper Gigabit Ethernet (Intel 4x PRO/1000 NIC)
1x 10GBaseT Intel 82598EB
I'm not going to go into the details of what they are used for, as it is not...
Hi guys !
I had a 2 node cluster with 4.13.13-6-pve (4.13.13-41) and 4.13.13-5-pve (4.13.13-36).
Hardware is - HP DL360G7 with Broadcom NetXtreme II 4 ports integrated network card.
After upgrade one node from 4.13.13-36 to 4.13.13-41 all ethernet interfaces names changed from enp3s0f0 to eth0...
We're having problems with all newer pve-qemu-kvm versions, every version newer than 2.5.19 is causing a unpredictable crash of our VM's. I've setup some tests and reproduce details, can you please check your configuration, with this test you can crash your VM in a few minutes.
My test VM...
I have a problem running apt update / apt dist-upgrade.
The error message (I ran only dpkg --configure udev to extract the message, same happens on dist-upgrade)
root@f:~# dpkg --configure udev
Setting up udev (215-17+deb8u7) ...
addgroup: The group `input' already exists as a system...
LXC containers have obvious benefits - I really especially like that you can supply IP, hostname, root fs, and even SSH key right off the bat, then have basically bare metal performance.
But I've now run into at least 2 applications which either need modification or something else to get...
I am having a problem creating a udev rule that sets max_sectors_kb to 1024 for sd* (sda,sdb,sdc etc...) devices under /sys/block/.
Specifically, a recent kernel change means the max IO is too large for my iSCSI SAN so I am trying to set it to 1024 on startup.
I have tried the following from...
We have a 3 x Intel S2600WTTR systems where the storage controllers are initialised out of order, resulting in the discs being associated out of order:
/dev/sda - disk 5
/dev/sdb - disk 6
/dev/sdc - disk 1
/dev/sdd - disk 2
/dev/sde - disk 3
/dev/sdf - disk 4
We previously addressed...