[PVE-User] proxmox version 1.5 not remembering openVZ settings after reboot

Dietmar Maurer dietmar at proxmox.com
Wed Mar 17 08:36:48 CET 2010

> 1. devnodes don't seem to survive reboots, I have this on several of my
> openVZ images "vzctl set 106 --devnodes loop0:none --save", of course
> were loop0 is loop1 etc..
> Anyway, shutting down the image and restarting works just fine so I
> know it's saved it. However when I shutdown proxmox it's self I found
> that none of my images had retained their devnode configurations.  I
> have multiple proxmox servers and they all showed the same.

Please can you verify that it is stored in /etc/vz/conf/<vmid>.conf
> 2. We NFS mount ISOImages and Backups onto my proxmox systems using the
> GUI (storage menu), After a reboot I found that these NFS mount was not
> automatically remounted until I went to the storage page and tried to
> access the mount point

Yes, that is the current behaviour. In 2.0, we will change that so that all
storages are mounted at startup. For now, use fstab instead (and use a directory 
storage on pve to access that mountpoint)

- Dietmar

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