Hello all, I have just started to evaluate proxmox ve 2.1 in our test environment a couple of days ago and we're thinking about using it in the datacenter. Especially live migration, snapshot backup and clustering seem so wonderfully easy if you know ESXi (which is nice, too, of course). I've come across one thing though that I couldn't sort out myself so far: If I want to be able to live-migrate, I have to store the vm on shared storage, which is NFS in our case (used to be NFS with our ESXi hosts, too, and worked very well). But, when I use NFS storage I can't do a snapshot backup, it always gives me ''mode failure – unable to detect lvm volume group" and falls back on "suspend mode", which means a downtime of the vm. It seems snapshot mode somehow relies on lvm, which isn't there in case of an nfs volume. Is this assumption right? How can this be solved? What kind of setup is required, if I want to use both features, live migration and snapshot backup? Thank you very much. Cheers, P.