[SOLVED] Replication with different target storage name

Archmatux

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Hi All,

I've just upgraded to Proxmox 5.0 and I'm just getting to grips with some of the new features.
First of all I believe congratulations to the dev's are in order. The upgrade was seamless and I was able to get both my nodes upgraded in less than 30 minutes.

I'm currently trying out the replication but am struggling to get it going.
From what I can tell, it expects the target storage to have the same name as the source storage.

In my case, my primary node has ssd's in a pool named vmFlashPool and my secondary node has hdd's in a pool named vmSpinnyPool.

I also have this problem with live migration.

Is there a way to specify the name of the target storage?

If not, is this a feature that may be added in the future?
 
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dietmar

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Is there a way to specify the name of the target storage?

If not, is this a feature that may be added in the future?
Yes, this is a planned feature, but currently not available.
 

Archmatux

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Cheers dietmar.

Just checked out the roadmap:

  • live migration with local storage (qemu) to the gui
  • support for external fencing devices
  • qdevice (additional external vote, e.g. for 2-node clusters)
  • Cloudinit
  • Ceph improvements
Cant wait :)

Keep up the good work.
 

macpip

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Me to: please, enable to specify the per-node storage where the replica should be done
 

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