Hey so ZombieLoad was announced today : https://www.zdnet.com/article/patch-status-for-the-new-mds-attacks-against-intel-cpus/
No, I'm talking about the new speculative CVEs, not the movie.
What's the response from Proxmox devs as to when we can see patches for this?
WOOT! IT WORKED!
The cluster section under Data Centre now has "Join Cluster" enabled and "Create Cluster" greyed out! It says it's a cluster, and all that!
Thanks a tonne!
I'm commenting out the manual resolution in the hosts for the time being (now that they're rejoined), simply to keep...
Okay I just want to clarify so I precisely follow your direction here
Add dormant1 and dormant2 to the hosts of small1, small2 and bigboy1
On dormant1 and dormant2, stop pve-cluster
FROM small1, copy /etc/corosync/corosync.conf TO dormant1 and dormant2 in the same location
On dormant1 and...
Okay it looks like I messed up a good while ago, and I'm not sure the best course to correct this.
I have 5x nodes.
Early history, the cluster was
Then I got new servers, and added them to the cluster
I'm not sure when this happened, but recently when I check the "Cluster" section of my Datacentre, it says there's no cluster. Except, it has been a cluster for over 5 years now, currently with 5x nodes.
The whole cluster is 5.3-11, and I have been maintaining and upgrading it since about 2.3...
Can I use Open vSwitch to interface Virtual Machines with an InfiniBand network for the purpose of having the Virtual Machines talk between each other (on same/different cluster nodes) over the InfiniBand network?
And/or other purposes too?
One of my nodes fell on its face last night, and I am uncertain why exactly. But that's not what this is about.
I was looking at the backup log, and it looks like it happened during then, as quorum was lost and the backups were unable to make the changes to old backup stuff as...
1. Write endurance is one thing I did not find comparison on. I'll check that out, thanks!
2. I actually provide support for FreeNAS on the IRC channel, so I'm well aware of such things, and NVMe is not an _actual_ requirement for good/great SLOG performance. There's plenty of systems or budgets...
I don't want it to _NEVER_ swap. I am capable of changing the swappiness parameter, I just am more reporting that the swapping behaviour seems to happen (by default/OOTB) earlier than it should. It seems like adjusting the "sane defaults", might be a good idea, or this might be an unforeseen...
1. I'm not seeing any difference (based on Samsung info) between the PM863a and the SM863a, apart from marketing that one is better for write-intensive workloads. The speeds and IOPS between the two (again based on Samsung docs) show almost identical numbers. So...?
2. Have you actually seen any...
And? I'm not seeing how this is relevant to a change in swapping behaviour with a major release upgrade...
Or, to rephrase it, swapping is happening _more_ since upgrading to 5.0 from 4.4, by quite a bit. Neither of the links you provided are relevant to that.
L2ARC is only going to be useful if you actually anticipate your ARC size to be much larger than your max RAM in the system. Otherwise it is useless and a waste of your money and time. If you have 128 GB of RAM available for your ARC (which I think you do?), that's going to give you a very large...