[PVE-User] Proxmox Wishlist

Daejuan Jacobs daejuan at gmail.com
Tue Jun 24 21:00:01 CEST 2014


I think a lot of your features are useful, but for the function of Proxmox
as a platform, it's too much work. All of these features can be implemented
by the vendor using Proxmox. More features mean more bugs, and for Proxmox
to be used as a platform, meaning software an organization to build upon,
it's more cruft than needed.

1.) If a person can't figure it out, they should do one of a few things:
hire someone capable to admin the server, hire someone to implement such
functionality, or use a premade commercial software.
2.) Are you referring to the guest or host OS? This can already be done on
the host OS. If you are referring to the guest OS, than I believe it is
unnecessary, as there are numerous open source control panels such as
Webmin that have this functionality.
3.) Software RAID/Fake-RAID is not suited for the enterprise environment,
with that said, you can still run Proxmox on Software RAID, but it's not
supported. You don't need a $300 RAID card, I bought a complete server
recently for $200 that had a built-in LSI SAS1064E controller
4.) I completely agree, JAVA is a pain for some situations, and with HTML5
gaining traction, I do think it should be considered, if it isn't already.
But SPICE is already supported, and works well enough to be a replacement
for JAVA. The only downside being the person has to install the client.


On Tue, May 13, 2014 at 1:59 PM, Matthew W. Ross <mross at ephrataschools.org>
wrote:

> Here's a wish-list of things I would love to see in a future release of
> Proxmox:
>
>
>    1. Clustering from the GUI. It's sad but true: If it can't be done
>    from they GUI, some people won't use the feature. Even though I can show
>    some potential Proxmox users how to cluster, they won't touch a command
>    line. Thus, they turn to VMware or Hyper-V.
>    2. A basic TUI. For those who are courageous enough to try Linux, they
>    could use a little help with the little things. I suggest a menu-driven
>    program to help with basic tasks on the server, which can be run directly
>    from the console. Give it some basic abilities, like changing IP address
>    settings, and installing updates.
>    3. Software Raid of some kind. I know that has been discussed in the
>    past. Simply put, some users are running ProxMox on non-server grade
>    hardware, and cannot afford a $300 RAID Card. Perhaps something less
>    sophisticated, like a backup-to-USB that is bootable?
>    4. Less Java. I'm happy to see the SPICE protocol being used, but
>    client integration is still a work-in-progress. A HTML5 solution such as
>    NoVNC or a HTML5 SPICE client would help aleviate this, and drop the need
>    for the slow and buggy JAVA client.
>
> Thank you for the awesome product!
>
>
> --Matt Ross
> Ephrata School District
>
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