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                "title": "Recover From Grub Failure",
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                        "*": "During to the upgrade from 3.x to 4.x, I found myself without a working grub and unable to boot. Monitor shows:\n* grub rescue >\n\nYou can use Proxmox installation ISO in verison 5.4 or newer, and select debug mode.\nOn the second prompt you'll have the full Linux tools, including LVM, ZFS, ..., available.\nIf you exit that prompt you will come to the installation screens, simply hit abort there.\n\nAlternatively, one can use a 64 bit version of Ubuntu or Debian Rescue CD.\n\nBoot Proxmox VE in debug mode, or the Ubuntu/Debian off the ISO.  We do not want to install Ubuntu/Debian, just run it live off the ISO/DVD.\n\nFirst We need to activate LVM and mount the the root partition that is inside the LVM container.\n*sudo vgscan\n*sudo vgchange -ay\n\nMount all the filesystems that are already there so we can upgrade/install grub.  Your paths may vary depending on your drive configuration.\n*sudo mkdir /media/RESCUE\n*sudo mount /dev/pve/root /media/RESCUE/\n*sudo mount /dev/sda1 /media/RESCUE/boot\n*sudo mount -t proc proc /media/RESCUE/proc\n*sudo mount -t sysfs sys /media/RESCUE/sys\n*sudo mount -o bind /dev /media/RESCUE/dev\n\nChroot into your proxmox install.\n*chroot /media/RESCUE\n\nThen update grub and install it.\n*update-grub\n*grub-install /dev/sda\n\nIf there are no error messages, you should be able to reboot now.\n\nCredit: https://www.nerdoncoffee.com/operating-systems/re-install-grub-on-proxmox/"
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                "title": "Renaming a PVE node",
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                        "*": "== Introduction ==\n\nProxmox VE uses the ''hostname'' as a nodes name, so changing it works similar to changing the host name.\nThis must be done on a empty node.\n\n== Change Hostname ==\n\nRename a standalone PVE host, you '''need''' to edit:\n* /etc/hosts\n* /etc/hostname\n\nIn the above files replace all occurrences of the ''old name'' with the '''new one'''. Ensure that <tt>/etc/hosts</tt> has an entry with the hostname mapped to the IP you want to use as main IP address for this node.\n\nThere are other files which you may want to edit, they are not important for the functions of Proxmox VE itself.\n* /etc/mailname\n* /etc/postfix/main.cf\n\nIf your node is in a cluster, where it is not recommended to change its name, adapt <tt>/etc/pve/corosync.conf</tt> so that the nodes name is changed also there.\nSee https://pve.proxmox.com/pve-docs/chapter-pvecm.html#edit-corosync-conf\n\n== Cleanup ==\n\nThe SSH keys don't need to be edited unless you really want to (and if you do, make sure you make the corresponding change on every other machine that SSH public key appears on).\n\nNow move the configuration files, as the ''pmxcfs'' has a few restrictions to ensure consistency you cannot rename non empty folders. Thus if you have VMs or Containers on the node, which is not recommended when changing a nodes name, you have to recreate the folder structure and copy files per folder level.\n\nAlso copy the contents of <tt>/var/lib/rrdcached/db/pve2-{node,storage}/''old-hostname''</tt> to <tt>/var/lib/rrdcached/db/pve2-{node,storage}/''new-hostname''</tt> and remove the old directory.\n\n== References ==\n\n* [https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/proxmox-node-name-change.14327/ Forum Post]\n\n[[Category: HOWTO]]"
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