Proxmox or XCP-NG might be better if you're going to be using consumer level parts. XCP-NG is pretty much CentOS7 with the Xen hypervisor so it has a pretty broad range of device drivers. - Source: Reddit / 26 days ago
Okay, yes, that is possible. There quite a few youtube videos showing the basic principle, most of them use the OS Proxmox as the hypervisor (and storage manager). Here's an example of a video with a very large system, but this can be scaled down a lot. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
For steps 1 and 2; might I suggest the Proxmox project. An open source VM and Container platform with a web-based management UI, I use it to host various things like websites, minecraft server, gitlab server, even just plain linux (in a container) for testing apps. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
Hello everybody. I'm a Kubernetes newbie working on building a K3s cluster with a bunch of small VMs, run on a single Proxmox VE (QEMU/KVM hypervisor) 6.4.x host, and I'm not sure about what would be the most proper way of provisioning the persistent volumes with the storage drives I have on my host. The storage setup is as follows:. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
Do you know an article comparing Proxmox to other products?
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