In the final episode of LearnLinuxTV’s Proxmox VE tutorial series, we explore the concept of high availability. This will ensure that our most important virtual machines are always running, even if one of the nodes in our cluster stops responding.
Shared storage enables you to set up a single storage repository, and provide access to that repository from multiple servers. If you eventually set up a Proxmox cluster, then shared storage gives you even more flexibility. In this video, you’ll see the process of setting up NFS shares in a NAS (TrueNAS used as an example) and then adding those shares to Proxmox VE.
LearnLinuxTV’s Proxmox full course aims to get you up to speed with all the finer points of Proxmox Virtual Environment. In video #12, we take a look at the Command-Line interface. The basics of both the qm and pct commands are covered, so by the end of the video you’ll be able to manage your cluster with or without a user interface.
LearnLinuxTV’s Proxmox full course aims to get you up to speed with all the finer points of Proxmox Virtual Environment. That effort continues in the eleventh episode, which goes over the integrated firewall within Proxmox. By the end of this video, you’ll be able to deploy firewall rules within your own Proxmox cluster.
This episode was sponsored by CrowdSec. Check it out here.
The process of launching a Windows virtual machine on Proxmox is a bit more involved when compared to launching a Linux VM, but in this video, I’ll go over the entire process to make it easy. Follow along with me, and you’ll have your own Windows VM running on Proxmox. This method covers both Windows 10 and Windows Server.