Proxmox 5.4 to 6.0 Vielen Dank an das Team

Leon Gaultier

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Ich wollte mich einmal bei Euch für die super tolle Anleitung im Wiki zum Thema upgrade von 5.4 nach 6.0 bedanken. Ich konnte an einem Nachmittag einen 5 Knoten Cluster inklusive CEPH upgraden. Bis jetzt keine Probleme.

Danke an alle Beteiligten

Grüße
 
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Mike Lupe

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Yes - thank you Proxmox team. One of the most and outstandingly flawless and trouble-free major upgrades of any HCI cluster (3-node CEPH setup) I've ever been able to pass through. I directly compare it to my awful upgrade sessions with ovirt/gluster in the past e.g., which had caused me a lot of sleepless nights.

The only thing one could miss is kind of a one-click cluster upgrade, which for sure is not an easy thing to develop, as several things must be taken into consideration - like CPU-pinned VMs, passed-through devices etc. But who knows, one day..
 

bluesite

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ich muss auch sagen die neue Version 6 läuft einiges besser als die alte 5 ich hatte mit zfs und Replikation zwischen 2 Server immer Probleme mit sehr hoher IO Last, seit der neuen Version 6 ist diese nicht mehr vorhanden also früher ging es bis zu 95% hoch, mit der neuen Version nur noch ab und an mal auf 15%, selten höher, vielen Dank für die gute Arbeit.
 

Leon Gaultier

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Auch der Support ist Spitze. Ich betreibe völlig Privat einen 5 Knoten Cluster inklusive CEPH. Leider kann ich mir die Subscription nicht leisten und trotzdem wird mir hier super schnell und professionell geholfen von dem Team. Sowas kenne ich sonst nur aus der OpenSource Community aber nicht von einem Unternehmen.
 
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Mike Lupe

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... kind of a one-click cluster upgrade, which for sure is not an easy thing to develop, as several things must be taken into consideration - like CPU-pinned VMs, passed-through devices etc...
Btw, other (really expensive) products providing one-click-upgrade have solved the "CPU pinned VM problem" in a very simple way - before upgrading the cluster, an alert-window pops up: "Please shutdown all CPU-pinned VMs, as these cannot be rebalanced to other nodes!" ;)

So as a consequence, CPU-pinned VMs are by policy not allowed in some environments.
 

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