I installed several Windows VM's in two different dedicated machines using Proxmox 8.
When i start the VM's, they use a lot ram.
Seems to be a general problem, that's why i tested in different dedicated servers.
I followed this tutorial...
"Enable NUMA in case you got a multi-socket server. If you got a little big CPU architecture it might help to pin a VM to the performance cores. And in case you trust all your guests you could disable mitigations in the bootloader."
I have an I9 9900k and this VM will only be accessed by me...
Currently i am creating a new VM with windows 11.
Anyone knows what is the BEST way possible to setup windows 11 in terms of performance (to host game servers) ?
I'll host really high cpu dependent game servers.
System: Proxmox v8.0.4 (latest version)
I've created a Windows 10 VM, everything works well.
Then i cloned this VM to another one, so i can easily have 2x Windows 10 VM's.
The thing is, i can only have one turned on, if i turn both on, one of them will shutdown.
I even changed their internal ips so they can have different ips...
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System: Proxmox 7.4 (latest version)
LXC Image: http://download.proxmox.com/images/system/debian-12-standard_12.0-1_amd64.tar.zst
Problem description: if we edit the ssh port in /etc/ssh/sshd_config, to for example port 12000,
ssh continues to use the default 22 port (ofc i did restarted the...
-1 default ipv4 public ip (multiple LXC's and VM's using the same ipv4 with different internal ips and different ports)
-4 or more failover ips
-All machines with a different ipv6 public ips
Everything using NAT.
This is basically what i want.
" there is nothing to configure for LXC in ipv4 with failover ip & hw address, no need iptables and NAT "
You continue insisting in things that are not the problem here.
So explain me how can i specify the internal ip, ports and rules for each failover ip?
I use iptables + nat because i can...
I know how to configure everything with zero problems without using the router vm (using only dedicated server iptables + nat).
But a few persons that understand well about network related things told me that using NAT on the vmbr0 interface
it is not secure at all and sugested me to create a...