[PVE-User] Cloud-init don't manage resolv.conf on Debian 10

Humberto Jose de Sousa humbertos at ifsc.edu.br
Thu Jan 21 19:25:03 CET 2021

I verified the file content that you pointed:

*cat /etc/network/interfaces.d/50-cloud-init *

*auto loiface lo inet loopback    dns-nameservers x.x.x.x x.x.x.x
dns-search xx.xxxx.edu.br <http://xx.xxxx.edu.br>auto eth0iface eth0 inet
static    address x.x.x.x/xx    gateway x.x.x.x*

I think that problem is because the dns parameters are written in the
loopback interface. This happen to you?

The resolvconf package didn't work.

Em qui., 21 de jan. de 2021 às 13:50, <aderumier at odiso.com> escreveu:

> Le jeudi 21 janvier 2021 à 12:34 -0300, Humberto Jose de Sousa via
> pve-user a écrit :
> Hello folks.
> I'm trying to use cloud-init in a VM with a fresh install of Debian 10. All
> works, except resolv.conf.
> Anyone could give a tip?
> I'm on the latest proxmox no-subscription. I configured the cloud-init
> through a web interface.
> In the VM I installed the cloud-init package. I also tried to install the
> resolvconf package, but it did not work.
> Hi,
> cloud-init write dns config in /etc/network/interfaces.d/cloudinit.cfg.
> this is working for ubuntu, because /etc/resolv.conf is not a real file,
> but a symlink manage by resolvconf package (or systemd-resolvd I'm not
> sure).
> you can try to install "resolvconf" package on debian, it should works

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