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  1. Proxmox VE 6.0 released!

    I just noticed that ksmtuned was missing after upgrade to PROXMOX 6
  2. [PVE 6.0] Cannot set ZFS arc_min and arc_max

    As I told in 0.7 changing ARC size its almost immediately. After this I set ARC size back with echo to 12G but ARC stuck with 5/6. 4 hours passed. I think some new settings must be involved with that.
  3. [PVE 6.0] Cannot set ZFS arc_min and arc_max

    Current ARC # arc_summary ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ZFS Subsystem Report Thu Aug 08 10:27:10 2019 Linux 5.0.18-1-pve 0.8.1-pve1 Machine: nmz-lt (x86_64)...
  4. [PVE 6.0] Cannot set ZFS arc_min and arc_max

    After upgrade ZFS 0.8 works differently vs 0.7. I set ARC size with echo parameter and new changes in 0.8 is effected not immediate.
  5. Recommended ZFS pool setup?

    Yes, more disk = more speed/IO. But creating ZFS you must think about how much time you have until you change death/damaged disk. Like Raidz3 give more time compare to others options. I had strange situation then one disk go offline because of unknown reason and ZFS stops writing to it. Pool...
  6. Recommended ZFS pool setup?

    This is single pool and its very unbalanced in every way. You mush choose what you want. If your bugged allows 5 x big SSD then do Raidz2.
  7. Official Documentation on Remove Old Kernels

    I`m old fashion user. I do it manually with aptitude and I see no problem with it. The new changes will help you :-)
  8. XFS corruption on zvol virtual disk

    The usage of the ZFS pool impact performance but not the errors.
  9. XFS corruption on zvol virtual disk

    Why you use LVM in VM and then XFS? Maybe that makes bugs.
  10. Proxmox VE 6.0 released!

    /etc/rc.local is very old startup script. And I like it.
  11. ZFS Rescue Boot on HBA not working

    Does your HBA shows disks? Can you boot from cdrom/usb/(disk attached to motherboard)?
  12. [SOLVED] ZFS Dedup: On for Pool, Off for Container Disk?

    Are you sure you need dedup? It require RAM .... a lot.
  13. [SOLVED] ZFS Dedup: On for Pool, Off for Container Disk?

    If you will set dedup for pool it will be inherited for lowers levels of fs/volumes. Except if you set for everyone manually.
  14. [SOLVED] ZFS Dedup: On for Pool, Off for Container Disk?

    Another solution is to use single ZFS file system with dedup and use it as directory mount point in Proxmox. Use VM disk as images (raw,qcow2,vmdk)
  15. Proxmox VE 6.0 beta released!

    You can change ARC size live with: #echo 2147483648 > /sys/module/zfs/parameters/zfs_arc_max and #echo 2147483648 > /sys/module/zfs/parameters/zfs_arc_min if you want fixed ARC size. I use /etc/rc.local for custom tuning the system.at startup.
  16. [SOLVED] ZFS: Is "Block Size" Actually "Record Size"?

    You know ashift is immutable so Proxmox is not invented nothing with it. edit: This named blocks is more closer to VM filesystem block naming.
  17. [SOLVED] ZFS Dedup: On for Pool, Off for Container Disk?

    No point. It will effect only single fs/volume with no effecting children data`s
  18. [TUTORIAL] how to change the VMID with ZFS

    You made some mistakes. If you want to change VM ID you need. 1. Turn off VM. 2. Rename VM config file. 3. Change VM disks location ( in ZFS rename ) 4. Change config disk location inside VM config file. 5. Start VM p.s. why a lot of people do server restart? Do you use windows or what?
  19. Slow perfomance ZFS and LVM

    Why reboot? This setting activate online.
  20. Handling large disk volumes

    Change the strategy of backup. Use bareos inside VM to do increment backups.

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