[PVE-User] Quorum not found on my cluster

Robert Fantini robertfantini at gmail.com
Mon Jul 11 02:56:08 CEST 2016


In your case power is a single point of failure.

I am not an expert, however have never heard of a cluster with out
Power Supply (UPS) .

 Clusters do not do well when they all power off at once.  That happened to
me once and  it took some work to get things working again.

 Glad to hear that Proxmox is running in the land of great cigars!

 If there were a way to do so, I'd trade  UPS power supplies for cigars.

On Sun, Jul 10, 2016 at 10:03 AM, Orlando Martinez Bao <ombao at unah.edu.cu>

> Hello, I am from Cuba and I am a SysAdmin at Agrarian University of Havana.
> I have a cluster with 7 nodes. Only 3 are professional servers the others 4
> are Personal PC with i5, 8GRAM.
> All my VM are working on local storage, I have a PC i5 witch 4TB and 8GRAM
> with FreeNAS  I use that PC for NFS Storage, Backup, Images. All Node are
> connected 1Gbps.
> Last week I create a CT and storage the vm on the NFS shared but I don't
> want to put all VM on the shared storage because maybe I get bad
> performance.
> I don't have backup power when the power fails one of the nodes not start
> completely. Some nodes tells me quorum not found and the MV or CT not start
> automatically.
> Why happen this and how can i solve this problem.
> Best Regards
> Orlando
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