Last night when I was updating my Proxmox server I restarted it. But I wasn’t able to connect to it after five minutes, so I connected a monitor to it and saw that a hard drive wasn’t being detected. I Identified the failed drive, replaced it, and powered the server up.
While I was backing up a few containers in Proxmox today, one of them became unresponsive. I tried to cancel the backup but it just became locked. Restarting the server didn’t help, so after browsing the Proxmox support forms, I found the following solution detailed below.
While I was setting up Wazuh, I needed to change the default web interface port that the software ran on so I could set up a reverse proxy. To do this, I edited the following configuration file.
I’ve been putting off expanding the storage space on my Nextcloud VM for a couple of months now. However, a few days ago, the storage space hit less than a few hundred megabytes and I wasn’t able to login or upload any new files, so I was then forced to upgrade it and here are the steps I followed.
So a few months ago, I was having trouble installing updates on one of my Ubuntu Linux servers. When I ran,
sudo apt-get upgrade I got the following error message listed below.
Originally, I planned on using Landscape to handle updating my Linux servers, but it only allows ten servers to be added before you need to upgrade to a paid license. And, after a while, I got tired of logging to my landscape server to reboot servers after updates were installed. So I setup all of my Linux servers to install updates, auto remove unnecessary dependencies and reboot the server automatically.