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Proxmox Cookbook by Wasim Ahmed

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Proxmox commands

In this section, we will look at the commands for performing various tasks in Proxmox through a CLI.

How to do it…

In the following sections, we will explore some of the following commands:

  • Node-related commands
  • Cluster-related commands
  • Storage-related commands
  • KVM-based VM-related commands

Node-related commands

This section shows CLI commands that pertain to individual nodes only. These commands are run on specific nodes to perform various tasks, such as checking version numbers, performance status, upgrading packages, and so on:

  1. To check the currently installed versions of the Proxmox packages in a node, use the following command:
    #pveversion –v
    

    The preceding command is useful when trying to compare versions with installed and released ...

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