[PVE-User] qm remote-migrate

Stefan Lendl s.lendl at proxmox.com
Wed Oct 11 09:41:17 CEST 2023

Fabrizio Cuseo <f.cuseo at panservice.it> writes:

Hello Fabrizio,

To better understand your issue, the source cluster has a VM with a
bridge with a VLAN tag assigned and the target cluster does not have the
same setup but uses SDN (vnet) without vlan.

After migration you manually changed the VMs configuration to match the
new setup?

What SDN configuration are you using on the traget cluster?
Please send the output of the following:

head -n -1 /etc/pve/sdn/*.cfg

What was to exact command you ran to start the remote-migrate process?

Did you notice any suspicios log messages in the source clusters

Usually I would ask you to send me the entire journal but this is not
feasible on the mailing list. If necessary, I would recommend you open a
Thread in our community forum and I will take a look there.


Best regards,
Stefan Lendl

> Hello.
> I am testing qm remote-migrate with 2 pve 8.0.4 clusters.
> Source cluster has one bridge with vlan id on every VM, destination cluster uses SDN and a different bridge (vnet) without vlanid.
> If I migrate the vm, i need to specify both bridge and vlan-id, but I have not found an option to do it.
> PS: after migration, on the new cluster the vm is running without any problem, but on source cluster remains locked and in migration, so I need to issue a "qm unlock vmid" and stop/delete it.
> I know that is an experimental feature, so I send my test results.
> Regards, Fabrizio
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