Dear All Experts,
I'm having high CPU Load and IO Delay issues on our 8 units of UCS C-Series server.
I've been using Proxmox VE since 2012 and using it on production with several types of servers and I've never had the IO Delay and CPU Load issues like with the current UCS server.
I upgraded to Debian 8 on the physical linux machine which proxmox VE is installed on.
root@machine:~# apt-get upgrade
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
You might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these.
The following packages...
We have 13 hosts with proxmox 3.4 (1 cluster). We want update to current version 5.
I guess that we should:
1. make install proxmox 4 and restore vm's and containers, convert containers to new format.
2. upgrade in-place to 5 - (is it safe?).
What is preferred upgrade path?
I want some help about upgrading my proxmox configuration. I think i have some conflict in repositories, but i'm not sure and it's important not to break something.
I'm using Debian 9.3 and Proxmox latest version 5.1.
When I'm trying to upgrade it, I've received two packages on hold...
After upgrading from 4.4 easily and successfully, (so "Great Job!" to the Proxmox development team)... I see the following when removing unnecessary kernels
So, the question is ... can all those be safely autoremoved? I imagine that it's left over from Jessie that CAN be autoremoved but don't...