Windows VMs starten nicht (mehr)

drnicolas

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Ich habe eine ganze Reihe von Windows VMs und habe das folgende Problem bereits mehrfahc erlebt.
Normalerweise liess sich das Problem mit dem Restore eines Backups lösen, mit der jetzigen aber nicht.

Das Problem trat mit Windows 10 und auch Server 2016 auf.

Urplötzlich startet eine Windows VM nicht mehr korrekt
Es beginnt damit, daß ohne Kommentar die Dateien zur automatsichen Reparatur geladen werden
Nach kurzer Zeit erescheint dann der blaue Bildschirm wo ich ein Tastaturlayout auswählen sollen.

Danach kann ich "PC auffrischen" wählen, was allerdings mit der Meldung endet, das Laufwerk von dem Windows gestartet werden soll sei
gesperrt.

Mit anderen Optionen ende ich in der KOmmandozeile (Laufwerk X:); kann aber auf kein anderes Umschalten.
Die anderen Laufwerke scheinen nicht vorhanden zu sein.
 
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Hallo Chris,

Bei uns exakt das selbe Problem.
Server 2019 geht kurz nach dem Backup down und man kommt dann nur noch zu dem blauen Fenster.
Das davor geicherte Backup läuft aber tadellos.
Die VM nutzt aber kein SATA.
Es laufen täglich ca 50 Backups seit ewiger Zeit ohne jegliche Problem.
Das war echt das erste mal.
Proxmox ist aktuell.
Zu dem obengenannten Problem:
Ab welcher Version wurde das gefixt?

Peter
 
Hallo Chris,

Bei uns exakt das selbe Problem.
Server 2019 geht kurz nach dem Backup down und man kommt dann nur noch zu dem blauen Fenster.
Das davor geicherte Backup läuft aber tadellos.
Die VM nutzt aber kein SATA.
Es laufen täglich ca 50 Backups seit ewiger Zeit ohne jegliche Problem.
Das war echt das erste mal.
Proxmox ist aktuell.
Zu dem obengenannten Problem:
Ab welcher Version wurde das gefixt?

Peter
Klingt nicht nach dem oben genannten Bug, der Patch dazu ist zur Zeit noch nicht applied und gepackaged, siehe https://lists.proxmox.com/pipermail/pve-devel/2023-August/058873.html

Bitte VM config qm config <VMID> und backup task log posten. Wurde bei der VM der qemu guest agent installiert und ist aktiv?
 
Klingt nicht nach dem oben genannten Bug, der Patch dazu ist zur Zeit noch nicht applied und gepackaged, siehe https://lists.proxmox.com/pipermail/pve-devel/2023-August/058873.html

Bitte VM config qm config <VMID> und backup task log posten. Wurde bei der VM der qemu guest agent installiert und ist aktiv?
Hallo Chris,

VM-CONFIG:
root@sv-c-vdz2:/etc/pve/qemu-server# cat 103.conf
agent: 1
bootdisk: virtio0
cores: 2
cpu: host,flags=+aes
ide0: none,media=cdrom
memory: 8192
name: dz-v-mbxidc01.xxx.xxxxxxx.de
net0: virtio=8E:79:40:44:48:18,bridge=vmbr0,tag=308
net1: virtio=A2:09:F1:90:78:F4,bridge=vmbr0,tag=355
numa: 0
ostype: win10
scsihw: virtio-scsi-pci
smbios1: uuid=5b5ec0ee-b6a5-466b-9a31-0a6b10ea9b8f
sockets: 1
tablet: 0
virtio0: nfs_fast_windows:103/vm-103-disk-0.raw,cache=writeback,size=30G
virtio1: nfs_fast_windows:103/vm-103-disk-1.raw,cache=writeback,size=50G
vmgenid: 51a5b004-458f-439f-bb69-aabef2428f94

Backuplog:
INFO: starting new backup job: vzdump 102 112 116 108 110 103 105 119 --mode snapshot --mailnotification failure --notes-template '{{guestname}}' --compress lzo --quiet 1 --mailto alert-dz@xxxxx.xxx --storage pbs01_windows
INFO: skip external VMs: 102, 110, 112, 116, 119
INFO: Starting Backup of VM 103 (qemu)
INFO: Backup started at 2023-09-20 02:00:04
INFO: status = running
INFO: VM Name: dz-v-mbxidc01.xx.xxxxx.de
INFO: include disk 'virtio0' 'nfs_fast_windows:103/vm-103-disk-0.raw' 30G
INFO: include disk 'virtio1' 'nfs_fast_windows:103/vm-103-disk-1.raw' 50G
INFO: backup mode: snapshot
INFO: ionice priority: 7
INFO: creating Proxmox Backup Server archive 'vm/103/2023-09-20T00:00:04Z'
INFO: issuing guest-agent 'fs-freeze' command
INFO: issuing guest-agent 'fs-thaw' command
INFO: started backup task 'e7cd9b6f-0832-4766-aa74-7c90a31986f5'
INFO: resuming VM again
INFO: virtio0: dirty-bitmap status: OK (8.1 GiB of 30.0 GiB dirty)
INFO: virtio1: dirty-bitmap status: OK (4.9 GiB of 50.0 GiB dirty)
INFO: using fast incremental mode (dirty-bitmap), 13.0 GiB dirty of 80.0 GiB total
INFO: 2% (272.0 MiB of 13.0 GiB) in 3s, read: 90.7 MiB/s, write: 90.7 MiB/s
INFO: 3% (484.0 MiB of 13.0 GiB) in 6s, read: 70.7 MiB/s, write: 70.7 MiB/s
INFO: 4% (572.0 MiB of 13.0 GiB) in 1m 33s, read: 1.0 MiB/s, write: 1.0 MiB/s
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INFO: 6% (856.0 MiB of 13.0 GiB) in 1m 39s, read: 54.7 MiB/s, write: 54.7 MiB/s
INFO: 7% (936.0 MiB of 13.0 GiB) in 1m 44s, read: 16.0 MiB/s, write: 16.0 MiB/s
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INFO: 100% (13.0 GiB of 13.0 GiB) in 10m 58s, read: 20.0 MiB/s, write: 20.0 MiB/s
INFO: backup was done incrementally, reused 67.10 GiB (83%)
INFO: transferred 13.01 GiB in 676 seconds (19.7 MiB/s)
INFO: adding notes to backup
INFO: Finished Backup of VM 103 (00:11:34)

Aus meiner Sicht beides unaffällig.
Scheinbar hat die VM aber danach einen Bluescrren geworfen und neu gestartet.
03:07 Uhr hat Icinga Down gemeldet.
Am Morgen stand das System dann in diesem Blauen Tastaturfenster.
Reparaturversuche habe wir keine gemacht, sondern das Backupo der Nacht eingespielt->läuft.

Wie gesagt ist das das erste Vorfall seit Jahren.
Werden das beobachten.

Peter
 
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