[PVE-User] ZFS, proxmox 2.0, kvm, Debian(breezy or wheezy) and iscsi(not open-iscsi)

Steven Anderson hikenboot at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 20 15:01:37 CET 2011


 




This is a testing environment...so that doesn't matter to me..actually it is considered quite stable(the true implementation not the fuse one ..the one i have included is included bellow in the bottom of the email. Considered good enough
 for testing.. 

thanks for the comment Martin! 


   


Any clue on how to get this combination working at least in testing?



--- On Tue, 12/20/11, Martin Maurer <martin at proxmox.com> wrote: 


From: Martin Maurer <martin at proxmox.com>

Subject: Re: [PVE-User] ZFS, proxmox 2.0, kvm, Debian(breezy or wheezy) and iscsi(not open-iscsi)

To: "pve-user at pve.proxmox.com" <pve-user at pve.proxmox.com>

Date: Tuesday, December 20, 2011, 3:05 AM 



Zfs on Linux is not stable and not recommended, very new and therefore more or less untested (I mean by a huge number of production environments) – do this only for testing. 
  
Martin 
  



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Subject: [PVE-User] ZFS, proxmox 2.0, kvm, Debian(breezy or wheezy) and iscsi(not open-iscsi) 


  




Greetings! 

  


I would like to get the following all working together..since it creates the most ideal setup performance wise 


  


ZFS  http://zfsonlinux.org/example-zpl.html works only on a 2.6.26-3.0.0 


kernel 


  


proxmox 2.0 only works on the following kernels  


http://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Proxmox_VE_Kernel
 


  


Debian (breezy or wheezy) not sure which kernels you can get not sure how to find alternate kernels. 


  


iscsi (not the open-iscsi  project but the other one found here) 


http://www.linux-iscsi.org/wiki/Main_Page
 


(note the importance of this implementation is that it supports Microsoft shared disks in its testing release which other iscsi such as open-iscsi do not support. 


  


Anyone able to suggest a how to on how to get these working. Or able to try and get them working together..I would greatly appreciate any help making this setup come to life since it creates the most ideal solution for virtualizing
 Microsoft clusters and other Microsoft products on the Debian platform saving tens of thousands on VMWare licenses.. 


  


regards, 


  


  


hikenboot at yahoo.com 


  





  






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