[SOLVED] VM's Filesystem seems corrupted after failed snapshot

marzx

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EDIT:
I used fsck /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-ubuntu--lv as suggested by @Pifouney. Thank you!
My server is up and running again.

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Hello everyone, I hope you're doing great.
I'm not.

First, I have to mention I am pretty new to Proxmox and don't have a ton of knowledge.

I encountered following issue after trying to backup my VM:
Creating the snapshot failed:

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My VM was in read-only mode, so I restarted it (which may be the cause of the problem).
Now, when trying to start my VM, I receive following output:

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What can I do? What is the problem?
I used this VM as my Nextcloud server.

Have a great day
 
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Pifouney

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Hey,

First of all... Have you launched a fsck mannually as mentionned ? x')

If not, you can make it now. The error is directly affected by the "guest mount" done by the host when attempting to save.

And if the save disk directory you will taked for your backup have enough storage, check your filesystem ( if it can take big/large files on)

Beat regards,
 

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