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  1. Suggestions for SAN Config

    Yes, we use it as iSCSI solution. I think it also supports FC. Their new version of the OS uses ZFS as backend, but we havent deployed that yet, since we'd like to see site-resilience working with that setup first.
  2. Suggestions for SAN Config

    While we're throwing out suggestions ... Have you had a look at Open-E's cluster setup? It's basically DRBD, but then supported. I've been running it as redundant backing for VMware, because it's supported by them too. Rock solid!
  3. Inaccessible boot device on 4.2.8 kernel

    I'm kinda new to the proxmox landscape ... Where is are the kernel compile options documented, as this looks like a missing module in either the kernel or it's initrd?
  4. proxmox 4.1 locked out of my host machine

    Refusing allocation of a tty usually happens on two occasions: 1) All available tty's are busy: This may happen when many terminal sessions are running 2) Your server is completely out of memory: Too many VM's allocated? As for 1) ... see if you can create more tty's. A google for "udev tty...
  5. Inaccessible boot device on 4.2.8 kernel

    Hi! As part of the community repository offering, running proxmox on a minimal jessie install, I upgraded my proxmox to kernel 4.2.8 as it became available. Only recently I found out (during a reboot when the new kernel became default) that for some reason, booting from an mdraid0 boot device...
  6. [SOLVED] LXC Backup randomly hangs at suspend

    I've seen this last night as well, with a relatively new install (about 2 weeks old). Next time this happens, I will get the needed output before actually killing the job :)

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