[PVE-User] [pve-devel] Proxmox VE 6.0 beta released!
t.lamprecht at proxmox.com
Fri Jul 5 10:34:08 CEST 2019
On 7/5/19 9:32 AM, mj wrote:
> Looks like a great new release!
> Does corosync 3.0 mean that the notes on [https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Multicast_notes] are no longer relevant?
We will update the documentation and wiki articles regarding this in
the following days, until the final PVE 6 release it should be ready.
> Anything else/new to consider/check to make sure that kronosnet will work nicely?
Ports stayed the same, communication is udp unicast per default,
our firewall has now better default allow rules for the cluster
networks used, so no, normally not to much special handling should
Note: multicast may not be gone forever, kronosnet has some plans
to add support for it, but that may need quite a bit of time, and
even then we will try to keep support for the unicast kronosnet
transport, if possible.
> On 7/5/19 9:27 AM, Eneko Lacunza wrote:
>> Hi Martin,
>> Thanks a lot for your hard work, Maurer-ITans and the rest of developers...
>> It seems that in PVE 6.0, with corosync 3.0, multicast won't be used by default? I think it could be interesting to have a PVE_6.x cluster wiki page to explain a bit the new cluster, max nodes, ...
>> Also, thanks for taking the time to develop, test and describe a way for in-place upgrade without having to re-create the cluster, I think it would make the life easier for a lot of us...
>> El 4/7/19 a las 21:06, Martin Maurer escribió:
>>> Hi all!
>>> We're happy to announce the first beta release for the Proxmox VE 6.x family! It's based on the great Debian Buster (Debian 10) and a 5.0 kernel, QEMU 4.0, ZFS 0.8.1, Ceph 14.2.1, Corosync 3.0 and countless improvements and bugfixes. The new installer supports ZFS root via UEFI, for example you can boot a ZFS mirror on NVMe SSDs (using systemd-boot instead of grub). The full release notes will be available together with the final release announcement.
>>> For more details, see:
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