I'm trying to create a zfs zraid-2 with my 8 3TB SAS drives connected directly to my Supermicro X9DR3-LN4F+ Board. I get an Error:
In sys log I see this:
I can see the disks:
but even if i try to init or wipe I get an error:
Am I doing something wrong? on S.M.A.R.T. drives look ok...
I have here 2 HP Servers which have the same problems (3 more servers of dL380 with older PV which are working):
* SATA and SSD HD are well working
* SAS RAID is extremly slow. Backup recover with wmrestore from 30 GB HDD needs 5 hours.
Gen8: Smart Array P420i on Gen9: Smart Array P840 ...
Hi there! i'm needing a little help.
I have a Proxmox + Ceph cluster with 4 nodes, with the following HDDs in each node
2x 900GB SAS 15.000K
2X 300GB SAS 10.000K
2x 480GB SSD
2x 240GB SSD
I need to make a Pool for each class and size of HD, the classes of the HDs know how to separate them, but I...
I asked similar question around a year ago but i did not find it so ill ask it here again.
proxmox cluster based on 6.3-2 10 node,
ceph pool based on 24 osds sas3 (4 or 8 TB ) more will be added soon. (split across 3 nodes, 1 more node will be added this week )
we plan to add more...
I'm trying to install the latest PVE onto a host for which ALL disks are dual port SAS units. This system was formerly an Oracle Solaris box hosting ZFS.
The dual ported SAS disks seem to confuse the installer.
I try to make a raid1 array for the boot system (see images) but I get the...
I am hit by this problem:
The disks are detected as `/dev/sd*` however SMART works through `/dev/sg*`
Is there a way to tell proxmox to use `/dev/sg*` even by manually setting the mapping between devices?
Is there something I need to do to make this card work with Proxmox? I have just flashed the firmware on the SAS card to the latest (16.00.10). It's running in IT mode. At the moment, I have inserted 8x SATA drives and if I boot into the SAS configuration utility it sees all the drives...
Our proxmox 6.3-3 installation does not detect a qualstar Q24 tape library attached via SAS.
According to lspci the controller card is detected and the st module is also loaded but I have no /dev/st* devices.
dmesg does not show anything related to the tape drive.
currently i have one ceph poll consists of mix of sas3 ssds , (different models and sizes , but all in the same performance category )
i thinking of creating another bucket (i dont know if bucket is the right name for what i want to do )
currently we have the default (consists of sas3 ssds)...
i just added some ssds to grow our ceph,
we bought two bulks of sas ssds
KPM51RUG7T68 hp branded (works ,integrated into our ceph)
ARFX7680S5xnNTRI MZ-ILT7T60 (link for ebay listing for same model) does not recognized, (cannot added to ceph)
both connected to 3008lsi on it mode
hdd is found...
Hello all, I’m new around here and new to Proxmox. Fantastic work by all those involved, keep it up!
I have been scouring the Internet and in particular this forum and the Proxmox subreddit, but cannot find a definitive answer on how or if PCIe passthrough works on the HP Gen8 MicroServer. I...
als Virtualiserungs-Neuling möchte ich gerne Eure Expertise einholen.
Worum es geht: ich plane die Anschaffung einiger Hosts und eines Storage und möchte darauf eine Virtualisierungslösung mit Proxmox realisieren.
Derzeit steht folgende Konfiguration im Raum:
3x ProLiant DL380...
I'm trying to migrate a windows virtual machine (from vmware) to Proxmox.
I was able to run the virtual machine on a Virtualbox using a SAS Controller (otherwise I get a blue screen). But in proxmox I can't configure a SAS controller, only ide, sata or SCSI, none of them are working.
Hi, community! Please help me with SAS Storage on my Proxmox 5 Cluster.
I have 4 nodes with Proxmox 5. On each node there is a HBA adapter linked with Dell MD3200 storage by one cord. Every node "can see" drive from storage like /dev/sda with correct size and etc.
Next I configured cluster:
Bezüglich meinem aktuellen Projekt sieht es nun so aus, dass ich noch über einen Raid Controller von LSI verfüge 9240-4i. Diesen würde ich mal versuchen in IT mode zu flashen und dann 4 HDD's anschliessen. Auf die 4 Platten kommen dann auch die VM's drauf. Parallel dazu hängen dann noch...