I still get bad performance in v3.4. (using Dell R910, 32core 2 threads 2.26ghz (4 sockets). Should I look into different version? CentOS 6.7 doesnt lag with Spice on that hardware. I have not tested Proxmox v4 yet.
I have tested against CentOS 6.7 and I finally have performance I was looking for (especially using NUMA enabled cores, spice).
I wish my hardware could run smoothly under Proxmox. Is there an official list of supported hardware?
Right now I'm running under kernel version...
I have noticed a difference on a 4 socket 8 core per cpu system. 256gigs of ram (Dell R910). 2.26ghz with turno mode enabled at the bios. Every VM using dedicated raw raid1 no cache/native mode.
(comparing vs Fedora 21).
I have dedicated Ethernet interfaces for each thin clients...
I have reached the same limitation with usb redirection for spice.
and qm start is returning me:
vm 100 - unable to parse value of 'usb5' - unknown setting 'usb5'
vm 100 - unable to parse value of...
Awesome. Just what I needed.
The script works for me using Fedora thin client.
I can really work my way up easily getting a locked down full screen kiosk mode from here.
# needs pve-manager >= 3.1-44
echo "Usage: $0 [-u <string>] [-p...
I'm trying to disable encryption for my Spice connections.
I have a trusted network.
I've always run Spice without encryption in libvirtd. I'm doing this knowing I'm guaranteed to get maximum bandwidth and lowest latency.
Is this possible with Proxmox?