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nightcom
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16 lipca 2019 21:31  

W dniu dzisiejszym, jakiś tydzień po wydaniu najnowszego Debiana 10 Buster, Proxmox wydał swoją najnowszą wersje do zarządzania wirtualnymi maszynami (tak w uproszczeniu). Poniżej znajduje się lista zmian które przynosi najnowsze wydanie Proxmox VE 6.0:

  • Based on Debian Buster 10.0
  • Pre-upgrade checklist tool `pve5to6` - available on Proxmox VE 5.4 and V 6.0
    • Running `pve5to6` checks for common pitfalls known to interfere with a clean upgrade process.
  • Corosync 3.0.2 using Kronosnet as transport
    • Default transport method now uses unicast, this can simplify setups where the network had issues with multicast.
    • New Web GUI Network selection widget avoids making typos when choosing the correct link address.
    • Currently, there is no multicast support available (it's on the kronosnet roadmap).
  • LXC 3.1
  • Ceph Nautilus 14.2.x
    • Better performance monitoring for rbd images through `rbd perf image iotop` and `rbd perf image iostat`.
    • OSD creation, based on ceph-volume: integrated support for full disk encryption of OSDs.
    • More robust handling of OSDs (no more mounting and unmounting to identify the OSD).
    • ceph-disk has been removed: After upgrading it is not possible to create new OSDs without upgrading to Ceph Nautilus.
    • Support for PG split and join: The number of placement groups per pool can now be increased and decreased. There is even an optional plugin in ceph-manager to automatically scale the number of PGs.
    • New messenger v2 protocol brings support for encryption on the wire (currently this is still experimental).
    • See  http://docs.ceph.com/docs/nautilus/releases/nautilus/  for the complete release notes.

 

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