Redundant iSCSI Storage


Active Member
Mar 18, 2019
I've just read the Wiki about HA. They write, that for having a true HA environment you'll also need redundant hardware (NICs, PSUs, Switches, etc.) and for failover an additional iSCSI storage network (also redundant) is required. Thats all plausible. But here is something I don't understand: It is nowhere written about the iSCSI storage device itself. It just says, that one is required. But not that it needs to be redundant or how to create a redundand iSCSI system (I know this is outside of ProxMox' business but then it is nowhere explained on how to implement it into proxmox)

Since I'm very new to all of this stuff I searched on the internet for redundant iSCSI storages but found nothing informative. Maybe I'm just using the wrong terms.

If there is any way to create a complete redundant HA Proxmox Network. I would be very thankful if someone here could help me with that.

Thanks :)

(I am not currently planning to create such a network but I'm trying to learn how to do it to maybe realize something like this in the future)


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