We are proving a proposal to a client and would like to recommend the best option to have shared storage for their cluster(s). I have been looking through the forum during the past couple of days and found several threads on this topic. Unfortunately, I have not determined that the most recommended or popular choice. My first thought was using something like a DELL Powervault (or SuperMicro equivalent ) with iSCSI, but some of the posts have suggested that the current iSCSI implementation for PVE is not great (old drivers, unstable, bad performance ). For example: https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/s...th-dell-equallogic-storage.43018/#post-215008 https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/shared-storage-for-proxmox-cluster.37455/#post-213759 Is this still true, or have things been updated? Also, in the second thread, some posters recommend just mounting as NFS. But others then chime in that this is too slow and will it will not allow for Snapshots. Just hoping to get the latest insight on question of best choice shared cluster storage. No hardware has been purchased yet, and the budget is flexible - so all options are all the table.