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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 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
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.
We take one from the STH mailbag and show you how to download an ISO directly to Proxmox VE so that the ISO will show up at the VM creation drop down menu.
We show how you can easily fix the Proxmox VE cannot import rpool no such pool available ZFS boot issue so you can use mirrored SSDs in a ZFS pool for boot