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  1. VXLAN SDN Network with MTU <1280 means Containers and VMs cannot start

    I have deployed a VXLAN setup on my homelab cluster and I can get connectivity between containers on various hosts, as long as the MTU on the VXLAN zone is greater than or equal to 1280 (the minimum size of MTU in IPv6). My intended final state is one where the VXLAN networking is encapsulated...
  2. PBR Remote Sync - Limiting the sync

    Our main backup server has 20+TBs of available storage (our colo server), while our offsite only has 12TB (public bare metal cloud). Since I can't easily get additional storage at my offsite location and I only need to offsite store a smaller set of last-resort backups (say, the 5 most recent...
  3. QEMU - Can we Add emulated NVME Devices to Guests?

    My servers all run HGST260 enterprise PCIe NVMe drives, mirrored. The drives have great performance, but my guests seem to be limited by queue depth. Are we able to use emulated NVMe devices to increase the parallelization of disk IO, and would this help relative to the standard SCSI devices? I...
  4. Proxmox 6.2 NVMe Character Appears, Block Devices missing

    I have a long-running server which use 2x ZFS-mirrored 7TB Ultrastar SN200 Series NVMe SSDs running Proxmox 6.2. I bought two more identical devices and setup a second server about a month ago. I could create VMs and migrate to/from local-vmdata (the local ZFS pool on these drives). At some...

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