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Building a Proxmox VE Lab Part 2 Deploying

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In Building a Proxmox VE Lab Part 2 we deploy a small Proxmox VE hyper-converged solution using KVM virtualization and ZFS-backed Gluster storage

Building a Proxmox VE Lab Part 1 Planning

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In this article, we are going to plan a Proxmox VE lab where we will build a hyper-converged cluster with KVM and Gluster

9-Step Calm and Easy Proxmox VE Boot Drive Failure Recovery

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We go through our 9-Step process for calm and easy Proxmox VE boot drive failure recovery. This happened to us recently so we made a guide

Proxmox VE 6.2 Release is Available

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Proxmox VE 6.2 release is out with updated features for this popular virtualization, clustering, and storage platform. We discuss and show some of the new changes.

Proxmox VE 6 Initial Installation Checklist

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We have our Proxmox VE 6 initial installation checklist for getting repositories setup and getting the system running quickly after installation

Proxmox VE 6.0 Released New ZFS and Ceph Improvements

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Proxmox VE 6.0 has been released with new Debian 10, Ceph Nautilus, and ZFS updates that will be the next-generation for the platform's development

Proxmox VE 5.3 Released CephFS Integration and Storage GUI

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Proxmox VE 5.3 is out with some major new features. CephFS now has integration with Proxmox VE hyper-converged clusters. There is a new storage GUI for creating and adding ZFS to the cluster. PCIe pass-through is enabled via a GUI. All of these small features increase the addressable market for Proxmox

Setup Docker on Proxmox VE Using ZFS Storage

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We show you how to setup Docker on Proxmox VE using ZFS storage as the backend, even using a rpool backend for Docker storage

Proxmox VE 5.2 and AMD EPYC it Works Great

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We put Proxmox VE 5.2 on a number of AMD EPYC test systems to see how the latest version of the open source virtualization and storage framework performs.

Proxmox VE 5.2 Released with cloud-init and LE certificates

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Proxmox VE 5.2 is now out based on Debian 9.4 and an upgraded 4.15 Linux kernel. For a dot release, it has great features like GUI cluster creation and joining, ACME Let's Encrypt certificate management, and cloud-init.