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    [TUTORIAL] How to run Proxmox VE as a tmpfs memory resident operating system

    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...
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    Memory use of containers and tmpfs

    We are trying to debug some memory issues with a container and best practices to monitor Within the PVE interface I see Memory usage 11.59% (949.30 MiB of 8.00 GiB inside the container: cat /proc/meminfo MemTotal: 8388608 kB MemFree: 2967096 kB MemAvailable: 7401044 kB...
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    OpenQRM + Proxmox + PXE/TMPFS

    Hi Team, 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...
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    VZdump in tmpfs

    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: in /etc/fstab tmpfs /mnt/ramdisk tmpfs nodev,nosuid,noexec,nodiratime,size=32G 0 0 in...


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