[PVE-User] Proxmox 3.3 - Managing from a single prmx instance.
comfrit at aon.at
Sat Dec 27 17:58:50 CET 2014
Yes, that´s the case.
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Subject: Re: [PVE-User] Proxmox 3.3 - Managing from a single prmx instance.
I was under the assumption that the first node doesn't have to be empty of
any CTs or VMs? Any subsequent nodes joined to the clister would have to be
Is that the case?
On 12/27/2014 6:18 AM, admin-at-extremeshok-dot-com wrote:
> If you create a cluster, ALL existing VM's and CT's will be destroyed.
> On 12/27/2014 6:48 AM, Laurent Dumont wrote:
>> Hi gents,
>> I'm looking into the possibility of managing several Proxmox servers
>> from a single Proxmox instance. I assume that creating a cluster is
>> the first basic step but reading a bit more, it seems that running a
>> two-node cluster is not recommended. It's worth mentioning I do not
>> require HA/Shared Storage or any kind of failover. I just want to
>> simplify my management!
>> Both servers would be using local disk as storage.
>> Are there any pitfalls I should worry about? Should I wait to get a
>> third node up before starting the cluster?
>> I appreciate any information of the matter,
>> Thank you.
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