[PVE-User] stmfadm on Linux ZFS storage
yannis.milios at gmail.com
Tue Mar 8 19:50:43 CET 2016
What about using virtualized OmniOS on that storage node with hdds
passthru-ed to the OmniOS VM. Could that be an option?
I presume that this will overcome your nic driver issue.
On Tuesday, 8 March 2016, Mikhail <m at plus-plus.su> wrote:
> Answering to myself - it looks like I need IET iscsi provider to use ZFS
> over iSCSI from Linux storage (according to
> Now the problem is with building iscsitarget on Linux from
> iscsitarget-dkms package - it looks like it won't build on my current
> kernel which is Linux 4.3.0-0.bpo.1-amd64 x86_64.
> That's some bad news for me..
> On 03/08/2016 09:18 PM, Mikhail wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I recently deployed new cluster with Storage being set on Debian Jessie
> > (8.0) with ZFS. Storage is shared between nodes using ZFS iSCSI feature.
> > However, I cannot create new VMs, creation fails with the following task
> > error:
> > bash: /usr/sbin/stmfadm: No such file or directory
> > TASK ERROR: create failed - command '/usr/bin/ssh -o 'BatchMode=yes' -i
> > create-lu -p 'wcd=true' -p 'guid=600144fed7ca7a4428f848f71594a1bc'
> > /dev/zvol/rdsk/rpool/vm-1101-disk-1' failed: exit code 127
> > There's no "stmfadm" command available on my Linux storage. It looks
> > like this command is available only on Solaris based OSes.
> > Initially I wanted to run OmniOS as an OS on my storage, but apparently
> > there's no support for X550 10GigE network cards in OmniOS-stable, so
> > this forced me to use Linux instead - it has support X550 Intel nics in
> > 4.x kernel.
> > Any suggestions?
> > Mikhail.
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