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

Guy guy at britewhite.net
Wed Mar 17 08:47:45 CET 2010

On Mar 17, 2010, at 07:36, Dietmar Maurer wrote:

>> 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

Yup each file as a line like this in it.

DEVNODES="loop1:rw "

>> 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)

when is the ETA for 2.0? (I know shouldn't ask..but...), I don't reboot them too often so I'll just try and remember to do it manually.


> - Dietmar

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