Proxmox Host - random freeze(?)

Discussion in 'Proxmox VE: Installation and configuration' started by Semmo, May 28, 2019.

  1. lhorace

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    With EXT4 and LVM Thin
     
  2. lhorace

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    On Proxmox GUI, there is always a Help button that you can click that will open a link to internal docs. Alternatively you can visit https://pve.proxmox.com/pve-docs/
     
  3. Semmo

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    I still have no crashlog but since i disabled the c-states there is no freeze anymore... it's with an Intel i7-3770.

    But there was an kernel update also... hmmm...
     
  4. n1nj4888

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    I also haven’t had any similar crashes in the last couple of weeks. I haven’t changed anything c-state related in the BIOS but I did move all VMs off the suspect node a couple of days ago (so that it was idle to increase chances of a c-state crash) and still no crash...

    Possibly the kernel update has fixed this?
     
  5. n1nj4888

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    Have you tried re-enabling the c-state changes to see whether it still crashes?
     
  6. JanN

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    I've read several times about c-states higher than 1 are causing freezes/crashes on Linux servers...
    BR
    Jan
     
  7. Semmo

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    No I didn't because I'm so happy that it works ;) have you tried disabling your c-states?
     
  8. n1nj4888

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    Nope! I’ve left the c-states as is and haven’t had another crash even though I’ve experimented both with putting the suspect node under load and completely free for prolonged periods of time... still no crash...

    I suspect the kernel upgrade fixed it...
     
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