[PVE-User] Access disk space from multiple VMs. Is that possible?

José Román Bilbao jrbcast at gmail.com
Tue Jan 24 13:02:29 CET 2012


Hi,

Don't know if this helps but we have been using OpenFiler for that. You
just create a new virtualmachine with the amount of storage you want to
share. You install OpenFiler on top of it. Then, you can partition That
space using OpenFiler and you can share it using whatever protocol you
prefer.

Hope this helps.

Jose

El 24 de enero de 2012 12:58, Tom H. Lautenbacher <
mailinglists at tom.lautenbacher.biz> escribió:

> Hello Proxmox users,
>
> is it possible to have disk space on a Proxmox server that is accessible
> from multiple VMs?
>
> Here is an example of what I want to do:
>
> 1 Server, having a 8-disk-RAID6 on a 3ware 9650SE-8LPML controller. On
> this RAID volume lives Proxmox and:
> - "Diskspace A" with some terrabyte of diskspace
> - VM1: Samba Fileserver (not holding any own data but serving the data on
> "Diskspace A")
> - VM2: FTP Server (not holding any own data but serving the data on
> "Diskspace A")
> - VM3: HTTP Server (not holding any own data but serving the data on
> "Diskspace A")
>
> All three VMs should have full read/write access to "Diskspace A" and be
> able to access "Diskspace A" simultaneously without interfering each other.
>
> - Is this possible?
> - Are there any limitations?
> - is this a good thing to do
> - how would I do it?
>
> I am glad for any peace of information, help, hints, etc..
>
> Thank you
> Tom
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