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I added two bugs in bugzilla:
allow spaces in smbios settings: https://bugzilla.proxmox.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2190
allow all smbios types supported...
Yes, sure, I will do.
Yes, it's what I did but it is removed if I enter in smbios webgui after that. I post it in bugzilla.
Sorry for the wording:
Not "I need patches" but "I kindly ask proxmox developers to consider these patches"
With a bit of luck, I managed to make it work but I need a patch in PVE.
I explain everything, hoping to be helpful to others.
thank you for your answer.
Maybe you have never dealt with ROK licenses, they work on bare metal but not with virtualized.
I have a new DELL server, and installed PROXMOX without a problem.
I'm now installing W2016 ROK, but it hangs in ROK license check, that is the...
thank you for the info.
this is my test cluster:
node A: n.3 filesystem 1TB OSDs
node B: n.2 filesystem 1TB OSDs, n.1 bluestore 1TB OSDs,
node C: n.6 bluestore 300GB OSDs...
Thank you for the heads up on this problem. I didn't find any documentation on this, if you have some link it's appreciated.
I think that writing...
it's not what I've read and experienced. My lab consisted of two ceph nodes, with one copy each. The pool was 2/1. When I did shut...
I did not select the SATADOM for OS, because I read this: https://www.supermicro.com/datasheet/datasheet_SuperDOM.pdf (see Use Cases not...
I still haven't bought it, I just got the ok from the customer and I think we'll have it in a couple weeks.
I haven't read the need to ask...
The OSD are 460GB each, for a total of less than 3TB.
Usually the suggestion is 1GB for 1TB of data....
It will be 6 VMs to start, 4 Windows and 2 Linux. No more than 40GB used by VMs. Your recommendation to increase RAM is valid, but it's easily...
I'm about to build a new, small and general purpose cluster.
The selected hardware is this:
SuperMicro TwinPro (2029TP-HC0R), with 3 nodes, each...
It does, if you want a supported system. And most customers want it and pay for it.
Sorry for my late reply.
It was a bonding issue, I did setup it in RR mode. Once it has been changed to ALB mode, everything worked perfectly.
I will try that. I did read that VirtIO network drivers are the best for Linux VM but not windows.
I have a cluster with proxmox 4.4.
Three nodes, two IBM x3400 and a small PC. The two IBM host ceph data, the third is only monitor.
I have a doubt about RAID controllers and Ceph.
I know that I must not put ceph osd disks under raid, as such I would not need a RAID...