[pve-devel] Container Repositories

Andreas Steinel a.steinel at gmail.com
Sat Jan 14 17:25:08 CET 2017


Hi Marco,

I faced a similar problem and we ended up using different storages for
different groups of people like this:

ZFS base and Proxmox VE with different groups, e.g. group1

rpool/group1/data (for KVM and LXC)
rpool/group1/local as filesystem for templates

rpool/general/local as filesystem for templates, but the general ones

So every group member "sees" their own templates and the general ones
already downloaded. We build a lot of templates automatically on a per day
basis, so that our own are always up to date.

Not a perfect solution like your proposed, but it works.

On Wed, Jan 11, 2017 at 1:57 PM, Marco M. Gabriel <marcomgabriel at gmail.com>
wrote:

> Hi,
>
> there are two container repositories included in Proxmox since years:
> Proxmox' own repository and the Turnkey Linux repository.
>
> I would like to discuss about two things:
>
> 1. I got a few customer requests over the last years if they could enable
> their own repository. Currently, this is only possible if they'd change the
> APLInfo.pm and possibly some more code and it wouldn't be update safe.
>
> A fine solution would be to include additional repositories from a file
> located in /etc/pve - for example /etc/pve/pct-repos.cfg.
>
> 2. How do you think about including more "global" repositories?
>
> What would someone need to provide to get listed in the global repos?
>
> If I'm totally wrong here with my request, just let me know where to ask
> those questions.
>
> Thanks,
> Marco
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