I am new in the field of virtualization and I would like to use Proxmox on a server.
Already I read a lot, but I am not sure how to design the system in a good way.
This is the basic hardware:
Supermicro server with 2x 16 Cores with 2,3 GHz with VROC enabled
Two M.2 NVMe disks for Proxmox...
I am new to proxmox as of a few weeks ago, and am trying to replace VMware because I'd rather avoid paying VCenter pricing to save the department money. So all advice is welcome during their trial period.
On our servers, we have dual NIC cards, after some time, I was able to get a continuous...
I read everywhere about Ceph, I understand what's the meaning of it, but I don't know how to use it.
for example, I have 2 CPD, 3 servers and a SAN storage in each. and also both CPD are connected with 10GbE
could I use ceph in this scenario ?
if not, could you tell me a typical...
Have a small Proxmox setup at home with two DELL T30's 32GB ram 1 xeon CPU and ZFS with SSD caching set up. It's been great for playing, testing and running the few VMs that I use at home.
Now the fun part... I teach at the local community college and was asked recently to look at hosting a...
I have installed Proxmox on top of an existing Debian server (so I can encrypt all the disks) at home and the bridged network is working well:
iface lo inet loopback
iface eno1 inet manual
iface vmbr0 inet static
This is a simple question, but I haven't been able to figure out a solid solution.
I run a simple Proxmox install with a zfs "pool" on 1 disk drive.
Now I want to move all of that data onto a new SSD drive.
How can I do this?
Here is the output of zpool list:
rpool/ROOT on /rpool/ROOT type...
I'm new on proxmox (4.2) and I try to import my VMs (vdmk format).
So I read the documentation. I try to import Metaspoitable, a vulnerable VM.
So I ignored windows specific instructions and I just do this:
1) I create my VM on the web proxmox interface
2) I copy Metaspoitable.vdmk...
Hi, I'm new to proxmox 4.1. I really like proxmox and what it's about. I'm posting this thread because I'm a newbie to the industry. Meaning I don't understand the "lingo" (language and vocabulary of the industry) but I really want to learn and have big hopes for using proxmox 4.1 and beyond...