[PVE-User] web console error after ocsinventory-agent installed
Muhammad Yousuf Khan
sirtcp at gmail.com
Thu Jul 19 21:31:08 CEST 2012
ok restoring everything via qmrestore. but i still have question with
a confusion. actually every thing was working perfect. just recently i
installed 'ocsinventory-agent' and it create the whole mess.
it left me with a question , why? because this was in debian official
repository and it shouldn't end up like this.
is there any one could please tell me what could be the reason. since
after the update the OS was fine but PVE front end showing the
On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 6:05 PM, Matthew Caron <Matt.Caron at redlion.net> wrote:
> On 07/19/2012 08:52 AM, Muhammad Yousuf Khan wrote:
>> ok now please guide me a little.how would i copy the VM.
> 1. Boot from a bootable CD
> 2. Find all the VM config info and drive images
> 3. Copy those off via your favorite method.
>> there are raw drives in /var/lib/vz/images/$vmid
>> so after copy the data which is *.raw to external USB or network
>> drive. what would be next?
>> i am confuse because there is also a foot print of VM on
>> (for example) /etc/qemu-server/105.conf
> I'd copy all of that off, along with anything else that looks useful.
> If you have enough space, I'd just block copy the whole drive with something
> like ddrescue. That way you have absolutely everything you might possibly
>> so, how could i restore a config file or i dont have to worry about
>> the config file i just create the same size vm and add the raw drive?
> I think that would work. I don't know - I've never run proxmox in a cluster,
> nor have I ever had to restore like that. I have, however, created some
> template systems with a basic disk image and I'll go create a VM then swap
> the disk image that it created for that VM with mine, and it seems to work
> just fine.
> Good luck!
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