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  1. Details about the new pve-no-subscripton repository

    Please check out the following link. According to http://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Package_repositories: "The pve-no-subscription repo can be used for testing and non-production use. Its not recommended to run on production servers as these packages are not always heavily tested and validated."...
  2. Proxmox VE 3.1 released!

    Then some of us must be illiterate. According to http://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Package_repositories: "The pve-no-subscription repo can be used for testing and non-production use. Its not recommended to run on production servers as these packages are not always heavily tested and validated...
  3. LVM Group Removal Bug?

    Just to clarify... The VG was originally created through the GUI (not using LVM tools). Should it not also be removed physically when it is removed thru' the GUI (in order to maintain sync between the GUI layer and the underlying LVM)? Perhaps the ability to remove VGs thru' the GUI should be...
  4. LVM Group Removal Bug?

    I have one ProxMox host running with no VMs active. Through the Datacenter | Storage Tab, I added an iSCSI target with no problems. It now appears in the storage list. Then I created an LVM group (eg VG001) using my iSCSI lun as base. So far so good. It too appears in the storage list...
  5. How to allow VMs to access external storage?

    @mir AHA!!! I followed your instructions and added a hard disk (VIRTIO1) to my test VM thru' the ProxMox 'Hardware' tab. @spirit Then I started the VM and voila, the device magically appeared in the Ubuntu guest as device /dev/vdb I was able to format and mount the device within the...
  6. How to allow VMs to access external storage?

    @mir AHA!!! I followed your instructions and added a hard disk (VIRTIO1) to my test VM thru' the ProxMox 'Hardware' tab. @spirit Then I started the VM and voila, the device magically appeared in the Ubuntu guest as device /dev/vdb I was able to format and mount the device within the...
  7. How to allow VMs to access external storage?

    I did as you suggested. I enabled "use lun directly". Then I started up an Ubuntu 12.04 vm. How would I identify this lun within the vm?
  8. How to allow VMs to access external storage?

    I have created several KVM vm's on Proxmox 2.3 host. I have a standalone Nas4Free server set up as a iScsi target with several luns. I would like to give each of my vm's access to the external storage. I know that I can configure each vm to access storage directly on the server, either thru'...

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