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Mon May 12 17:50:15 CEST 2008
Dietmar Maurer wrote:
>> I have just been installing the ProxMox Vm environment.
>> First let me say, very nice!!!
>> But I do have two problems.
>> My bridged networks seem unstable. I am running this on a
>> Big Dell server. My local IP is 10.xx.xx.105 and then I have
>> VM at 10.xx.xx.111. I installed a Windows 2003 server and
>> every now and then the connection drops. Any
>> idea/recommendation what network card to emulate etc.
> Best way is to use the virtio driver:
I did try that driver but it did not fix the issue.
Doing some further digging around. It looks like the server has IP
connectivity from another server on the same network segment, but it is
traffic going over network switches that has problems. I am trying to
figure out what the problem is precisely, may be ARP or something similar.
>> Second question has to do with CPU's . My server has 8 cores
>> and I was wondering if I can edit somewhere how many cores
>> each VM can access?
> Use --smp option of 'qm':
> # qm set VMID --smp 2
> - Dietmar
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