[PVE-User] Adding an additional drive with KVM

Andrew Niemantsverdriet andrew at rocky.edu
Thu Nov 6 18:57:25 CET 2008


Yes you need to add the drive in windows. I typically go to disk management
and get it formated and added from there. Just like when you add a new drive
in a physical computer.

On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 10:52 AM, Shain Miley <smiley at npr.org> wrote:

> OK..I used the web interface to add the drive....I rebooted the VE..but
> still there is no D: showing up..is there something else that needs to be
> done...or should it show up right away?
>
> Shain
> Andrew Niemantsverdriet wrote:
>
>> The red arrow has gotten me to, but it is like any program you have to
>> learn how to use it to get the most out of it. So now you know to look for
>> the red arrows to do stuff :)
>>
>> On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 10:47 AM, Shain Miley <smiley at npr.org <mailto:
>> smiley at npr.org>> wrote:
>>
>>    I see that now...but the red arrow on top is not very intuitive I
>>    must say...I have been using the web int for a while now and never
>>    noticed it...thanks a lot for the info though ;-)
>>
>>    Shain
>>
>>    Andrew Niemantsverdriet wrote:
>>
>>        Much easier to do in the web interface.
>>
>>        Click on VM in question, click hardware, click red arrow and
>>        add hard drive then you are done.
>>
>>        On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 10:13 AM, Shain Miley <smiley at npr.org
>>        <mailto:smiley at npr.org> <mailto:smiley at npr.org
>>
>>        <mailto:smiley at npr.org>>> wrote:
>>
>>           Hi,
>>           I would like to be able to add a D: to my Proxmox KVM
>>        install...does
>>           anyone know how this is done?
>>
>>           I tried to edit my 104.conf file and add a line for
>>        ide1..which I
>>           pointed to a qcow2 file....but after the reboot nothing
>>           changed...anyone
>>           have any ideas?
>>
>>           Thanks in advance,
>>
>>           Shain
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