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Mon Jan 11 10:37:35 CET 2021
Am Montag, 11. Januar 2021, 09:36:00 CET schrieb nada:
> good day in Ethiopia ;-)
> in case you have good RAID controller
> i will do the following
> 1. boot to RAID controller manager and configure
> 3 hdd = RAID5
> 2 hdd = RAID1
> 1 hdd GlobalHotSpare
> 2. boot to ISO proxmox and install
> ZFS over that raid5 (use whole space)
Please don t do that, its not recommended!
Alexandre had already mad another suggestion..
Hardware-Raid or zfs
> 3. create filesystem 'backup' over that raid1 (mirror)
> e.g ext4 in LVM2
> 4. add filesystem 'backup' to proxmox storage
> 5. nagios and mailserver may be created in CTs (containers)
> hope you will have 2nd server and be able to create proxmox cluster
> in near future. After that you will see great advantage of rapid ZFS
> good luck
> On 2021-01-10 21:24, Getachew Mekonnen wrote:
> > Dear Sir/Madam,
> > This is Getachew from Ethiopia. I'm an IT Expert at public
> > organization and very keen to use Proxmox for my environment. As a
> > beginner, I tried to understand the basic concepts from the official
> > guide and also watched videos.
> > But, I have some questions which I'm not clear with. My server is Dell
> > Poweredge r730 with 56 GB RAM; and 6 SAS hdds each with 300 GB.
> > 1. My first question is which RAID level (hd) I use?2. How do I use
> > the hard disks, this is to mean, For example I dedicate the one 300 GB
> > hdd for Proxmox, the other for one VM, the other for another VM, or
> > shall I use another arrangement?
> > Generally, It would be nice if I get a quick start guide for my
> > scenario (In my scenario, I want to create one Windows File Server,
> > One Ubuntu Mail Server (Zimbra), and one Ubuntu Nagios)
> > I greatly appreciate your time and consideration.
> > Best regards,
> > Getachew Mekonnen
> > Senior IT Expert, PBS Program IT Support
> > ICT Directorate, Bureau of Finance and Economic Development (BoFED)
> > Hawassa, Ethiopia
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