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Wake-on-LAN
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Wake-on-LAN (WoL) allows to switch on a sleeping computer in the network by
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sending a magic packet. At least one NIC must support this feature and the
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respective option needs to be enabled in the computers firmware (BIOS/UEFI)
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configuration. The option name can vary from Enable Wake-on-Lan to
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Power On By PCIE Device, check your motherboards vendor manual, if unsure.
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ethtool can be used to check the WoL configuration of &lt;interface&gt; by
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running:
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ethtool &lt;interface&gt; | grep Wake-on
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pvenode allows to wake sleeping members of a cluster via WoL using the
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command:
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pvenode wakeonlan &lt;node&gt;
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This broadcasts the WoL magic packet on UDP port 9, containing the MAC address
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of &lt;node&gt; obtained from the wakeonlan property. The node specific
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wakeonlan property can be set by the following command:
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pvenode config set -wakeonlan XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX
 
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Revision as of 10:04, 16 April 2019

The Proxmox VE node management tool (pvenode) allows to control node specific settings and resources.

Currently pvenode allows to set a node’s description and to manage the node’s SSL certificates used for the API and the web GUI through pveproxy.

Wake-on-LAN

Wake-on-LAN (WoL) allows to switch on a sleeping computer in the network by sending a magic packet. At least one NIC must support this feature and the respective option needs to be enabled in the computers firmware (BIOS/UEFI) configuration. The option name can vary from Enable Wake-on-Lan to Power On By PCIE Device, check your motherboards vendor manual, if unsure. ethtool can be used to check the WoL configuration of <interface> by running:

ethtool <interface> | grep Wake-on

pvenode allows to wake sleeping members of a cluster via WoL using the command:

pvenode wakeonlan <node>

This broadcasts the WoL magic packet on UDP port 9, containing the MAC address of <node> obtained from the wakeonlan property. The node specific wakeonlan property can be set by the following command:

pvenode config set -wakeonlan XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX