[PVE-User] Proxmox VE 2.0: new layout of NFS directories (and how to fix)
martin at proxmox.com
Thu Dec 1 13:48:52 CET 2011
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> From: pve-user-bounces at pve.proxmox.com [mailto:pve-user-
> bounces at pve.proxmox.com] On Behalf Of Flavio Stanchina
> Sent: Donnerstag, 01. Dezember 2011 12:38
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> Subject: [PVE-User] Proxmox VE 2.0: new layout of NFS directories (and how to
> I noticed that PVE 2.0 will now create subdirectories within NFS mounts, for
> example a directory called "dump" for backups or "template/iso" for ISO
> images. I guess this allows one to use a NFS mount for several types of storage,
> something that PVE 1.x didn't allow. Is this correct? I would have checked this
> myself, but today my 2.0 test server refuses to create or edit NFS mounts: is this
> a regression in 2.0 beta 3?
> If you have existing NFS exports that you were using with PVE 1.x and you want
> to use them with 2.0 without moving files around or changing the mount points,
> you can create symlinks to let PVE 2.0 see the files.
> For ISO directories:
> # mkdir /data/iso/template
> # ln -s .. /data/iso/template/iso
> For backup directories:
> # rmdir /backup/pve/dump
> # ln -s . /backup/pve/dump
> rmdir is needed because it's likely that PVE has already created an empty
> "dump" directory. In my setup it didn't do so on the ISO directory because it's
> mounted read-only on the PVE servers (it's managed from another server).
> Flavio Stanchina
> Informatica e Servizi
> Trento - Italy
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