Thank you Rokaken. I am trying to convince my client to buy support other than community.
Indeed "ceph health detail" returns just "HEALTH OK", so tonight I can sleep quietly.
So far I managed all by myself manually before migrating to Proxmox VE, but need back-up.
To be sure I understand this correctly, what does "cut-off" mean exactly ?
Does that mean the client is shutdown or another problem shows up after 72 hours ?
Or that the connection is renewed and automatically working with krbd enabled ?
I just want to be sure to understand this right.
On my Proxmox VE nodes I have almost 20TiB of ZFS storage.
I want to create an iSCSI config over a ZFS-volume on all nodes.
Then use these as storage devices on 1 VM or CT.
Not on the CEPH pool... that is SSD based, I want it for back-up.
I am looking for the best iSCSI target solution to...
I just used Google "how to remove ceph from proxmox" and got the following: