[PVE-User] proxmox & scst target ?

devzero at web.de devzero at web.de
Mon Mar 11 16:20:34 CET 2019


i would like to get rid of xenserver and of "extra" hardware for centralized, non-synchronously replicated shared storage (using freenas for now) and spend thougts if it's possible to run proxmox "diy hyperconverged". 

i already have experimented with direct-attached fc / scst / zfs / nfs in non-proxmox scenario (vsphere + vmdirectpath passtrough of fc-controller) and look out for a solution how to combine things to have something "better manageable", "easier upgradeable" and "with better uptime". 

i need no 24/7 and no automatic failover but avoiding vm downtime for any maintenance task would be good...

proxmox looks cool to me because of the standard linux basis and i LOVE zfs. i already combined zfs local (non zvol based) snapshotting, borg-backup and pve-zsync for replication on proxmox in our fablab environment, but i would like something with sync-replication/mirroring @office/work.

regards
roland

> Gesendet: Montag, 11. März 2019 um 01:09 Uhr
> Von: "DL Ford" <dan-pvemalinglist at dlford.io>
> An: pve-user at pve.proxmox.com
> Betreff: Re: [PVE-User] proxmox & scst target ?
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> I am familiar with the SCST target driver, not in conjunction with Proxmox but it should run just fine on a Proxmox installation since it is based on Debian.  The company I work for has two storage systems running the SCST target driver in production, I set them both up.   What were you looking to find out?
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> DL Ford
> On 3/10/2019 3:24:53 PM, devzero at web.de <devzero at web.de> wrote:
> hello,
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> is anybody using proxmox with scst target driver in production or "non-experimental" scenario , i.e. exporting disk/block-storage via FC from proxmox to other host ? either directly from host or from VM via pci-e passthrough. maybe via "ESOS" OS ?
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> regards
> roland
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