Hey thanks for sharing this. I tried all the various ways (https://www.reddit.com/r/Proxmox/comments/lsrt28/easy_way_to_run_docker_in_an_unprivileged_lxc_on/ and https://du.nkel.dev/blog/2021-03-25_proxmox_docker/ and others posts) to run docker in a lxc but actually I'm wondering why warning...
Thanks for the answer. I've tried some w/r test and overall is acceptable using a zfs raid0 instead of mdadm. I'll finally use zfs, I love its semplicity to work with and I appreciate the integration with proxmox.
on the SSD I'll install proxmox on a smaller partition (16GB) and then install the guests on the bigger one
1 TB disk (hdd#3) for backups and snapshots (managed by a PBE LXC)
2x 2TB HDDS in raid0 for data, with a scheduled daily backup on a 1TB disk (#hdd4)
1 TB disk (hdd#5)...
Sorry, I'm attempting to learn things like these for the 1st time :)
I don't understand what do you mean with "software RAID".. actually I've a RAID0 of old HDDs that is managed inside the VM of openmediavault and then shared as SMB/CIFS to proxmox. Probably it is not the best way to achieve...
Ok, so basically install proxmox on the SSD and create a partition to be used for the guests (VM & LXC) right?
Interesting.. can I add HDD#3 (and HDD#4 as RAID1) to the logical group where is installed proxmox and the guests to be able to take snapshots?
Hello, I'm going to install a new fresh Proxmox server for my homelab and I'd like to ask you suggestions to configure it in a proper way (I've already a Proxmox server I'd like to reconfigure from scratch).
CPU Intel Core i5 4460 (4c/4t)
8x SATA3 ports (2 on the mobo and 4 on a...