I had 4 VMs and a single template on proxmox. A few days ago I realized that the 62GB of space for local-lvm was completely used up by these VMs. Two of the VMs, both running debian were showing io errors. One of the debian VMs seemed to be running fine. The other VM is a windows 10 server instance that simply will not act right. I had problems connecting to the windows VM's desktop over proxmox and RDP. Usually I'd have to wait 5 - 10 minutes before anything would appear on either console or RDP, and most of the time when trying to login to the admin user on the windows server VM the connection would drop. The VM's only task is running plex server, kinda stuck with it because my RAID array is a windows storage spaces array. I am planning on getting rid of that and running plex server on a linux VM. Anyways, I deleted one of the debian VMs and the template to get some space back. I'm also deleting things on the windows VM when ever the connection is stable enough to do so. I've already ordered a larger 480GB drive to put it over the weekend. But is this behavior being caused by something else? I have about 10GB of free space on local-lvm now, but the windows VM is still acting horrible and I can't watch anything on plex. But I can watch things in my library through the SMB networked drives. Where should I start looking to troubleshoot this?