ZFS over iSCSI


New Member
May 25, 2019
So i'm looking for help because i'm trying to create some kind of shared storage through my LAN network (to install my steam games and others things).

I followed that tutorial : https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Storage:_ZFS_over_iSCSI
I'm new to proxmox so i'm not sure what i really did but as far as i understood it communicate through SSH (maybe i'm wrong)

Actually i can see something through the iSCSI initiator on Win10 but i don't know why it is called like this (iqn.2017-07.com.hiroom2:debian-9) and in the "volumes and devices" tab there is some kind of "volume or device" that i can see on the disk manager but it only have 1Gb of space.
So if someone can explain me how to configure this, it will be appreciate :)

I created a ZFS raidz1 pool that i wanted to use as a iscsi disk on the network, actually only a win10 computer.
I'm running the iscsi target on a debian 9 container with the tutorial that i think we all know

(Sorry for my english, i'm french)

Up !
So i think i see where the volume that is made of 1Gb through the LVM tab on the node but i don't know how to resize it. Capture.PNG


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