The most probably as UEFI is installed (grub-efi-*) the bios boot loader is not installed. You should install boot loader for bios boot (grub-installer, grub-pc-bin, may be some other) and set up the boot using grub installer and customize the parameters if needed.
Once everything is working (the easiest way is to try to boot locally with bios boot) you ...
WARNING Graphics requested but DISPLAY is not set. Not running virt-viewer.
WARNING No console to launch for the guest, defaulting to --wait -1
This WARNING is received because the virt-install command is trying to connect you to the console of the virtual machine using your display. However, it cannot do that in your environment because you don't have a ...
Well in the end I solved it myself, I don't know how it's related but in case anyone else faces the same issue.
I changed my fstab from:
/dev/vda1 / ext4 defaults 1 1
/dev/vda1 / ext4 defaults 0 1
And for some reason that solved the issue. I found it by trying a public KVM template from ...
The problem is that you provided a directory to the --location option. When you do this, virt-install can only boot with the kernel/initrd in that directory, but the contents of the directory are not provided to the virtual machine.
The man page also warns about this:
Path to a local directory containing an installable
Proxmox does not expose threads per core.
Do performance testing in an SMT scenario with a hypervisor that supports it. Such as oVirt or kvm directly. Possibly a performance boost, but it will be nowhere near double.
The parted(8) man page sas that parted has a
never prompts for user intervention
command line option. I would guess that you can use it with a script containing the relevant parted commands to do what you want.
I find w/ GPU PT that only one combination of I44X/Q35 Chipset and/or BIOS/UEFI works. I noticed you are using an outdated version of the "Long Term Service Channel/Branch" of Windows 10, perhaps try the newer v1809 LTSC ISO. They only release a version every ~3Years so I like to use the newest LTSC.