Dear Proxmox Community,
openQRM would like to announce the new openQRM Community version 5.3.50 which now supports Proxmox VE 7.0 running as a tmpfs memory resident operating system.
This allows compute nodes, physical and virtual servers to pxe boot Proxmox VE or almost any linux operating...
We are trying to debug some memory issues with a container and best practices to monitor
Within the PVE interface I see
11.59% (949.30 MiB of 8.00 GiB
inside the container:
MemTotal: 8388608 kB
MemFree: 2967096 kB
MemAvailable: 7401044 kB...
Just wanted to announce that we have deployed Proxmox through openQRM on a pxe/tmpfs boot. Really happy that we don't need physical boot drives any more for our SANs and compute cluster.
We have the whole network running from a 2GB tmpfs disk and even use it for KVM nodes for services...
I'm using the suspend mode for my automated backups, but in order to decrease disk writes I would like
to have rsync write it's temporary files to a ramdisk (tmpfs).
Something like this:
tmpfs /mnt/ramdisk tmpfs nodev,nosuid,noexec,nodiratime,size=32G 0 0