Proxmox VE 2.0 beta released!

Discussion in 'Proxmox VE: Installation and configuration' started by martin, Sep 30, 2011.

  1. tom

    tom Proxmox Staff Member
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    you need to develop the missing spice support, means just recompiling the source package is not enough. we plan to do this announced in the roadmap. if are a programmer and you want to join the development process just let me know.
     
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  2. hadyos

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    Hi,
    I think I found a little bug in beta2.

    ISO files are placed under template directory and not under iso like it was in beta1.
    I mounted my ISO shared dir from my storage to proxmox and under ISO type, when I tried to access it
    I can't see any of my iso files. (Through CLI I can see all my iso files but with the GUI I can't see anything).
    When I tried to upload new iso it was placed under template directory under the iso mount point.

    Any ideas?
    hadyos
     
  3. tom

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    we changed this, so its a feature, not a bug. now you have several storage types for one storage definition.

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    If it's a feature the ISO file should be under ISO direcroy and not under template directory, or may be I don't understand how it works.

    hadyos

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  5. tom

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    you just need to add a single NFS share via GUI and you need to define the needed content.

    you can select:
    - Images (vm disks)
    - ISO
    - Templates (OpenVZ templates
    - Backups
    - Containers

    if you select all, the following dir structure will be created under your NFS share:

    - images
    VMID1
    VMID2
    ...

    - private
    VMID3
    VMID4
    ...

    - template
    ISO
    Cache (here are OpenVZ templates)
     
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