I have a guest VM which seems to be unable to utilize the discard option to free up block space. The guest VM is a Ubuntu 18.04 LTS OS with an ext4 root FS. Underlying storage is Ceph on Bluestore OSDs. VM storage controller is VirtIO-SCSI, with just a standard 1TB disk attached to...
we are running a Proxmox 5.2-10 and are attempting to attach around 30 disks to a VM using SCSI device.
According to the documentation, section hard disk, if you set VirtIO SCSI single as the default SCSI controller you get "no limit" since Qemu will create a new controller for...
I found Proxmox 4.4 unable to boot VM if hard disk is listed as scsi1 even though the boot order is set to scsi1. Proxmox found no bootable disk if I set scsi1 in boot order.
I was testing Ubuntu 16.04.2 Linux RAID1 for one drive failure simulation and unable to boot second drive due...
When this problem happens the KVM process dies.
Never had this problem untilI changed from virtio to virtio-scsi-single, also happened with virtio-scsi
args: -D /var/log/pve/105.log