Thanks for the quick reply. Below is how it is physically hooked up. It is on the same Nexus switch but 2 different 10Gig ports.
PVE(A)-10Gig-------NEXUS 10Gig Port 10---NEXUS 10Gig Port 20-------10Gig-PVE(B)
I did run iperf from 1 pve to the other and below is what I got:
I have installed the latest version of ProxMox onto a Dell R620 with a 2 port 10Gig NIC card and ProxMox recognizes it and shows it is connected at 10000Mb/ s, shown below:
40 x Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2670 v2 @ 2.50GHz (2 Sockets)
Linux 5.0.15-1-pve #1 SMP PVE...
Thank you for the reply's and all the information. The A1000 and Z1000 are secondary drives ( RAID 5 via PERC6/i in the R710), those I had to go into the shell and use fdisk to create the pvcreate and the vgcreate, do that matter?
So I could take Z1000 and A1000 and put them in a GlusterFS...
Equipment: 2 Poweredge R710's w/ Dual XEON L5520's and each with 32 gig of ram.
Not sure if you wanted that command on 1 node or 2 so below are the results of the command on both:
Also, not sure if equipment info was needed:
2 Dell Poweredge R710's 1 w/32Gig of RAM and the other...
I have created a cluster and was wondering why there is a "?" next to each others storage. When I try to make a VM and logged into Node 1 I cannot use Node 2 storage. Am I doing something wrong? With this condition it will not allow me to migrate VM's between nodes.
Attached is a picture of...
New to this forum and to ProxMox VE and starting to like it must better that ESXi.
So is there a way to use one of the VM's as your everyday personal computer? I have 2 Dell Poweredge R710's, 1 Dell 690 and 1 Dell 670 and would like to utilize them all as Proxmox servers and not a desktop. I...