[PVE-User] NVMe

Michael Cooper mcooper at coopfire.com
Mon Oct 29 16:44:30 CET 2018


Hello, I had to use one to boot into a native ext4 with grub then I was
able to install zfs-utils on Ubuntu 18.04, if would like my noter how i did
it, I would be to share them with you. Mind you, you lose one drive in that
config but i have 3 - 3 tb drives and one nvme as my boot drive. It may not
work for you that but its worth a shot as long as your not using zfs to
boot from.

Hope this helps,
Michael


On Oct 29, 2018 11:29 AM, "Alwin Antreich" <a.antreich at proxmox.com> wrote:

Hi Grzegorz,

On Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 02:08:27PM +0100, lord_Niedzwiedz wrote:
>         Hi,
> I have a problem.
> Im trying to install Proxmox on 4 NVMe drives.
> One on the motherboard, two on the PCIe.
>
> Proxmox see everything at the installation.
> I give the option zfs (RAIDZ-1).
>
> And I get a mistake error at the end.
> "unable to create zfs root pool"
GRUB is not yet working with ZFS on EFI. Try to switch to legacy boot in
BIOS if possible or use LVM for the installation.

>
> Attached pictures (1-5) .jpg.
> https://help.komandor.pl/Wymiana/1.jpg
> https://help.komandor.pl/Wymiana/2.jpg
> https://help.komandor.pl/Wymiana/3.jpg
> https://help.komandor.pl/Wymiana/4.jpg
> https://help.komandor.pl/Wymiana/5.jpg
>
> greetings
> Grzegorz
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Cheers,
Alwin

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