At one point I came across some sparse directions on how to compile Proxmox VE from source although I think it was a very old version, I cannot locate it any longer. Is there any documentation that someone can point me to to help with compiling VE from source, such as what packages/repos are...
I'd like to compile ProxMox VE from source. I want to try and modify things in the code and see how the changes affect the overall system.
I understand that all of the sources are located at git.proxmox.com, but I lack the steps to pack them all together to the final .iso.
I've been using ProxMox compiled from source for a while now, and wanted to know if it is possible to compile pve-kernel without ZFS on Linux.
That is, completely remove ZoL from the compilation process, and use the native/default file system solution instead.
I'm asking because I've...
!!! Disclaimer !!!
This guide is yet to be tested. Looking for an owner of SX300, SX350 or PX600 cards to test this on a live platform and smooth out all the inconsistencies.
Fusion-Io drivers were designed with Enterprise OSs in mind (RHEL, SLES, ESXi, etc). Later on Sandisk was...
Foreword and update
The guide was long overdue for an update, but luckily yesterday i've managed to test a couple of things that allow me to be quite certain that the setup is stable and can be used in production. Several notes. The drivers are based on snuf drivers. From my experience with...
I'm trying to re-compile Proxmox VE 5.4-1 kernel, 4.15 branch, but no
success so far.
I've followed this README:
after install the required packages, git clone the kernel repo.
git clone -b pve-kernel-4.15...
This tutorial is deprecated. I've upgraded to a gen9 Proliant that does not have the RMRR issue and kernel changes have made this solution less than desirable. Please use this script from now on: https://github.com/kiler129/relax-intel-rmrr
This tutorial will stay online...