I'm going to be creating 4 types of ZFS data stores and I'm wondering if someone more experienced could let me know if these commands look good. I've also included the Proxmox storage commands to add it properly to the Proxmox system. Any tips or issues with the below commands would be...
What I did notice was odd, was that the version of the i40e driver, wasn't listed on the Intel site.
b5:00.0 0200: 8086:37d2 (rev 08)
Kernel driver in use: i40e...
I had this error as well, from looking at the bug report I went ahead and changed the VLANS to only the ones I needed and this error then went away. I have the Supermicro X11SPM-TF motherboard. So I would agree with the bug report that it has to do with the X722 hardware VLAN capability.
Can someone tell me if I did this correctly? I don't understand how to create a zvol for my VMS.
root@pve:~# zpool create p4510 -o ashift=12 -m /mnt/p4510 *DISK_ID*
root@pve:~# zfs set compression=lz4 p4510
root@pve:~# zfs create p4510/containers
root@pve:~# zfs set recordsize=1M...
I'm increasing my use of ZFS on my system as I currently use it for the boot disk since it's the only thing that would work with UEFI. I was wondering if what I'm trying to do with my single disk vdev looks correct? I realize there's no replication of files, I'll be creating a hdd based raidz...
I'm trying to figure out the best way to configure the following storage devices for ~30 VMs / ~30 containers. I currently have:
Intel Silver 4210
128 GB of Ram (24GB max to ZFS)
32GB Supemicro SATADOM
240GB Intel S3520 SATA II
512GB Samsung 960 Pro NVME
2TB Samsung 970 Evo...
I noticed that was still blacklisted on my recent installation of 6.1, not sure if that's related:
# This file contains a list of modules which are not supported by Proxmox VE
# nidiafb see bugreport https://bugzilla.proxmox.com/show_bug.cgi?id=701...