I created a new virtual machine on proxmox using OMVF for UEFI support for my Arch Linux install, after finishing setup I shutdown the VM, detached the CD/ROM drive, and used "qm set <VMID> -efidisk0 /dev/disk/by-id/<DISKID-PART#-OFEFI>,efitype=4m,format=raw" followed by "qm set <VMID> -scsi0...
I have been trying for days to get an install of proxmox 7.3.1 working.
I have a Dell R620 with a Perc H710 flashed to IT Mode.
Bios is setup for UEFI
I have 2x 60gb enterprise dell ssd drives
I have tried to install with both the vflash attached iso and with a usb stick as well as cd. No...
Dell R730, trying to install proxmox 7.3-1. Ive tried from USB key and from IPMI (iDRAC) and keep getting the attached errors.
I can boot to the installer without issue in BIOS legacy mode, but if we want zfs we need UEFI mode for full functionality.
Ive had the onboard PERC raid...
Trying to install some debian UEFI guests (Ubuntu 22.04 & Debian 11.5 with the same results), and I'm having issues with the installer failing at EFI install step:
root@pve02:~# cat /etc/pve/qemu-server/101.conf
Just now I did a refresh in the update tab of Proxmox 7.2.7 and pressed update.
Now half way I get the following messages:
Weird part is, I have Proxmox running on ZFS mirror
2x SSD 1tb, as described in below picture
SDA + SDB are combined the zfs mirror. one of them is boot in bios...
nach einem Umzug meines rpools von zwei Hdd auf zwei nvme habe ich auch gleich auf uefi gewechselt. Aber ich habe wohl etwas falsch gemacht.
Jedenfals bekomme ich nach dem "sonst erfolgreichen" Umzug jetzt bei apt installs oder apt autoremove folgende fehlerhinweise:
I have a Dell H310 Server with 8 1TB disks.
I created one virtual disk with disk 1 and disk 2 with raid0 configuration. The other 6 disks are set to Non-RAID mode.
Then I installed proxmox on the 6 disks with zfs raid10 configuration. The virtual disk will be used for backup storage.
wenn der Host kein UEFI BIOS hat, sprich im Legacy Mode gebooted worden ist, gibt es dann die Moeglichkeit den Gast im PROXMOX mit UEFI zu booten?
Mir ist aufgefallen, dass bei qemu die Moeglichkeit besteht, den Gast mit dem Parameter '-bios /usr/share/ovmf/OVMF.fd' zu starten...
I have a Dell RX740xd with a PERC 330 mini card in IT-mode. It shows upp well and I can choose to install it as zfs raid1 during the Proxmox installation.
But after I boot UEFI lists both disks but says that it can't boot from them. What could I be doing wrong? I would prefer a raid...
So my setup is I installed a version prior to Proxmox VE 6.4 on my server and recently updated everything to VE 7.1. Since the installation was done in legacy mode I switched to the "Proxmox Boot Tool" which was recommended because of problems with GRUB and ZFS. So I used this tutorial...
Wir möchten gerne unseren Proxmox Server von Version 6.4 auf 7.0 (oder auch 7.1) upgraden. Da unser Server nicht mit UEFI installiert wurde habe ich gelesen das ich zu dem "Proxmox Legacy Boot" switchen soll, da GRUB Probleme hat wenn ZFS auf der Root Partition läuft. Dafür sollen die vfat...
I'm very frustrated because I bought myself a HP t730 thin client and I think I've got the latest BIOS version: "L43, 1.15" (but it's still old, I don't think they're updating it anymore). I've tried to install proxmox using both the latest ISO and the one before. I want to install...
After applying some updates my UEFE guest (homeassistant) stopped to boot. I've tried install fresh copy of Homassistant from downloaded ISO also fails to boot with such error:
and then it drops me into UEFI shell.
I've tried add "Boot entry" acording these page...
For Legacy system: zpool add rpool spare / dev / disk / by-id / ...
In this case the full hdd is added, but this may not be good on the EFI system due to the following:
- Under the EFI system, proxmox ZFS creates an ESP (vfat) partition, from where the boot load takes place.
- BOOT, EFI, and...
I am running into a weird issue while trying to install PVE 7. I have a Dell R520 with and HBA (H330, IT Mode) and 2 Samsung SSD (consumer grade) connected to it.
The system was set to BIOS boot mode and I was able to install Proxmox with ZFS RaidZ1 on those two SSDs, everything worked so...
I have been using Promox VE for a while now without any issues.
But today i have just gone to do a new installation of Debian 11 in UEFI mode and the GUI and Non GUI installation doesn't show correctly.
Proxmox VE Version: 7.0-14+1
I not sure if there something i have done wrong...
new Proxmox user here. I've just installed PVE in Legacy mode.
Now before I continue to set up the system I wondered if there are any advantages to a UEFI install? Looking though Documentation/Forums I could not find a conclusive answer.
Having the troubles with UEFI in the back of my head...
I run a standalone Proxmox server which I have been upgrading in place for years. I am currently on 6.x, not having upgraded to 7 yet.
It was a clean install on Proxmox 4.2 I believe.
When i initially installed it, I set it up to boot from a ZFS mirror of two SATA SSD's using...
I am having issues with installing Proxmox 7 on one of my DELL R720. The installation goes fine until it is setting up the bootload and then I get and error on the console:
Searching for this issue give lots of results for arch linux but not during the install phase. Not sure how to proceed...
Nowadays I usually boot with CSM (Compatibility Support Module) on via Legacy mode.
However I would like to boot using UEFI mode so when I turn of CSM and boot it will throw me into initramfs and throw me an error.
The error is "Cannot import 'rpool' unsupported version or feature"...