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  • Aalex Gabi

    Thank you. You saved me of a lot of work. I got the same ‘pveversion -v’ as you. Everything seems to be working fine. Can you explain a little more what each command does? It was a little bit confusing for me.

    • AL

      I am glad that this post helped you out!
      for command details and explanation : (“man” is your friend)
      e2fsck – check a Linux ext2/ext3/ext4 file system
      pveversion – Print version information for Proxmox VE packages
      vgdisplay – display attributes of volume groups
      resize2fs – ext2/ext3/ext4 file system resizer
      lvreduce – reduce the size of a logical volume
      vzdump – backup utility for virtual machine

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