[PVE-User] Debian 7.5 and Proxmox...

Gilberto Nunes gilberto.nunes32 at gmail.com
Thu May 15 12:00:29 CEST 2014


Yes... I am using XFS. But I always do!
Why should this trouble appears just know!!
And worst: why it is works fine with the Pve kernel?? When boot using the
Pve kernel, I do not change the filesystem either...

Btw, thanks for answer...
Em 15/05/2014 03:58, "Angel Docampo" <adocampo at dltec.net> escreveu:

> What filesystem do you have in the slow system? XFS perhaps? I think there
> is a bug on XFS with preallocation.
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> Enviado desde mi móvil LG
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> ------ Mensaje original ------
> De: Gilberto Nunes
> Fecha: 15/05/2014 3:24
> Para: pve-user at pve.proxmox.com;
> Asunto:[PVE-User] Debian 7.5 and Proxmox...
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> Hello guys
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> I remember that I already installed Proxmox over Debian 7.4 sometimes ago
> and everything running smootlhy even when I used default Debian Kernel -
> i.e. 3.2.x something...
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> Now I backup to install Proxmox 2.6.32 and I notice that when I use kernel
> 3.2.0-4-amd64, the creation of hard disk took a lot of time!!! Sometimes,
> it took 5 or 8 minutes, to create a virtio disk with 8G size...
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> But when I reboot my host, a simple laptop, with Intel Core i5, 4 gb of
> memory, when I reboot and start the laptop with Proxmox kernel, i.e.
> 2.6.32-29-pve, everything running smootlhy...
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> ii  pve-qemu-kvm                          1.7-8
>    amd64        Full virtualization on x86 hardware
> ii  qemu-server                           3.1-16
>   amd64        Qemu Server Tools
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> So I image that qemu-img create perform a full space allocation into file
> image...
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> But I wonder why with Debian default kernel took a lot of time and with
> pve kernel everything works well!
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> Some explanation??
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> Thanks a lot...
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> A note: Right now I'm running pve kernel while I write this mail... And
> everything works well, but qemu-img create still perform a fully space
> allocation into file image... I don't know if this is a default behavior or
> not!
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> --
> Gilberto Ferreira
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