are there any plans for implementing a multipath support for ZFS over iSCSI plugin? Considering ZFS on Linux project is gaining more and more traction.
As far as I'm aware there is no official multipath support yet ( according to https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Storage:_ZFS_over_iSCSI...
I finally managed to get the VLANs to work, it was an issue with switch configuration, then just used vmbr0 as an interface my VMs connect to and set VLAN tag 100 and connectivity works as expected even if VMs are on different nodes.
In any case thanks for helping out!
Using VLANs is actually what I tried to do first, so maybe I'm overcomplicating things here.
Basically what I'm trying to acheive is to have some VMs separated from rest of the environment as these will be in DMZ accessible from the internet.
What I did was I've set all vmbr0 interfaces on all...
I have 3 node cluster setup and I would like to have a private network between several VMs on different hosts.
First thing I did was to create a Linux bridge (vmbr1) via GUI on all nodes without assigning an IP address and this worked well as long as the VMs were on the same host...
I have a question regarding ZFS over iSCSI plugin and moving VM disks within single storage server.
Our current setup is, as ZFS over ISCS plugin does not support multipath (yet?), we have a single storage server with ZFS backend and multiple IPs and we are using LACP to load-balance...