[PVE-User] Fwd: Snapshot

Yannis Milios yannis.milios at gmail.com
Thu Jul 10 16:29:24 CEST 2014


No, they do not.
Follow these steps from the wiki:

LVM Groups with Network Backing

In this configuration, network block devices (iSCSI targets) are used as
the physical volumes for LVM logical volume storage. This is a two step
procedure and can be fully configured via the web interface.

   1. First, add the iSCSI target. (On some iSCSI targets you need to add
   the IQN of the Proxmox VE server to allow access.)
      - Click 'Add iSCSI Target' on the Storage list
      - As storage name use whatever you want but take care, this name
      cannot be changed later.
      - Give the 'Portal' IP address or servername and scan for unused
      targets
      - disable 'use LUNs direcly'
      - Click save
   2. Second, add LVM group on this target.
      - Click 'Add LVM Group' on the Storage list
      - As storage name use whatever you want but take care, this name
      cannot be changed later.
      - For 'Base Storage', use the drop down menu to select the previously
      defined iSCSI target.
      - For 'Base Volume' select a LUN
      - For 'Volume Group Name' give a unique name (this name cannot be
      changed later).
      - Enable shared use (recommended)
      - Click save
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