[PVE-User] Filesystem corruption on a VM?

Mark Schouten mark at tuxis.nl
Thu Nov 15 12:13:06 CET 2018

Obviously, a misbehaving SAN is a much better explanation for filesystemcorruption..

From: Marco Gaiarin (gaio at sv.lnf.it)
Date: 15-11-2018 11:57
To: pve-user at pve.proxmox.com
Subject: Re: [PVE-User] Filesystem corruption on a VM?

Mandi! Luis G. Coralle
 In chel di` si favelave...

> Hi, I have a lot of VM ( debian 8 and debian 9 ) with 512 MB of RAM on PVE
> 4.4-24 version and have not problem.

...i have a second cluster, but with ceph storage, not iSCSI/SAN, with
simlar VM, but no troubles at all. True.

> Have you enough free space on the storage?

Now, yes. As just stated, i've had a temporary fill of SAN space
(something on my trim tasks, or on the SAN, goes wrong) but now all are
back as normal.

> How much ram memory do you have on PVE?

Nodes have 64GB of RAM, 52% full.

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