[SOLVED] GUI goes gray with NFS mount to container

Discussion in 'Proxmox VE: Installation and configuration' started by blueduckdock, Aug 12, 2018.

  1. blueduckdock

    blueduckdock New Member

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    So I used a mount point as outlined here:
    https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/mount-nfs-on-node-works-on-lxc-debian-container-not.33899/

    The NFS mount to the host is mounted simply via fstab on the host (not through the proxmox gui) and then presented to the container which appears just fine. The only issue is that when mounted this way the GUI has no idea what is going on with the container. Moreover, the rest of the containers on the host appear "grey" as if they were turned off (but all are up, accessible via SSH, etc.)

    Proxmox edition is 5.2-6. This seemed easier (and is more in line what I expect from docker and LXC using a bind mount) but it doesn't really help if the GUI doesn't work right.
     
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    blueduckdock New Member

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    As an update, this was solved by a reboot. Didn't think there should be much difference as after I edited the fstab I just did a mount -a. But yeah, a reboot fixed it and now the node sees all the containers just fine.
     
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