[PVE-User] setting storage layout at install time

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Tue Feb 25 20:03:03 CET 2020


imho you should use a Debian Buster install CD and create a layout 
whatever you want. The Debian installer is really flexible. You can't do 
LVM Thin there but a LVM-Thin Pool is only a special LVM LV. So you can 
create two LVs and convert one LV to a Thin-Pool later 
(https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Storage:_LVM_Thin). Or create two VGs.

Then go on with: 


Am 25.02.20 um 18:15 schrieb Leandro Roggerone:
> Hi guys, Im trying to get my pve ready for use.
> I want to create following layout on mi 5TB drive):
> 1T for LVM data
> 1T For LVM-thin.
> 3T Remaining for future partitioning.
> So at the hard disk options on the installer I chose :
> hdsize 2000 (GB).
> swapsize (left blank).
> maxroot (left blank).
> min free: 1000
> maxxvz:1000.
> After install process finished and access to web gui I have:
> pve
>        local(pve)          Usage   1.76% (1.66 GiB of 93.99 GiB)
>    (this is not OK).
>        local-lvm (pve)  Usage 0.00% (0 B of 877.59 GiB)      (this is very
> close to 1Tb .. so its ok).
> Question is , how should I set hard disk options during installation
> process to accomplish wanted layout ?
> Regards,
> Leandro.
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