With our server installed we are going to create our first VM using LXC.
We have to select the node where we want to create the VM (if we have a cluster we could pick any node), the VMID, the hostname (FQDN or not) and the root password:
Next step is select the storage that contains the templates and pick one for the new machine (you can download from here or have your own).
Go next and put the disk and the storage that should contain the VM (be careful with this value, since you won’t be able to change it easily).
Next we have to set the CPU Limit and CPU Units for the machine.
We also have to set the memory assigned to the machine…
… and the network parameters.
We could set a different DNS Server or just leave the same of the host.
As final step we could check all the parameters at once.
Let’s Proxmox works.
And now we have our new VM created.
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