see title. For example you have a baremetal Debian client and you secure it with the Proxmox Backup Server: Could a client destroy a whole backup-chain which has been going on for a few months/years because some backup contains corrupted data though bit-flips in RAM?
Thanks in advance!
I want to develop a 2-node cluster-concept.
Is it possible to have a QDevice via VPN, for example in a datacenter?
Multiple ISP-uplinks (DSL, Cable, Fiber, LTE) with failover are mandatory of course.
I'm not talking about datacenter to datacenter interconnect fiber...
Also new to proxmox and I might be wrong, but maybe you can't have multiple gateways on different interfaces or multiple gateways in general without policy based routing?
Delete all the gateways except from vmbr0.
I've been researching through different places to size our upcoming proxmox cluster which will also be running ceph.
Unfortunately I didn't find any obvious overlapping information. I was looking in the official ceph documentation, red hat KBs, different Proxmox posts and so on.
Hey there Richard,
I've read the wiki and this specific warning, this is why I've set the following HA-Profile:
as you can see, it's set to "nofailback" - so if pve01 comes back online again, it shouldn't be the more preffered node or not?
Thank you for your reply.
I've been tinkering with Proxmox since a few days and I'm trying to have a 3-node failover cluster.
I am running 3x Fujitsu RX300 S7 with the following specs:
- 2x Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2620
- 192GB RAM ECC RDIMM 1333MHz
- 8x SAS 300GB 2,5" with RAIDZ2
- 1x Dual 10GBit Card -...