Welcome to the Slackware Documentation Project

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Next revision
Previous revision
howtos:slackware_admin:slackware-proxmox-ve [2017/01/13 18:38 (UTC)]
andrixnet added links to solus
howtos:slackware_admin:slackware-proxmox-ve [2020/01/13 19:42 (UTC)] (current)
andrixnet small correction
Line 5: Line 5:
 Proxmox VE is a complete open source virtualization management solution for servers. It is based on [[http://​www.linux-kvm.org/​page/​Main_Page|KVM virtualization]] and container-based virtualization and manages virtual machines, storage, virtualized networks, and HA Clustering. Further information is contained in the [[https://​pve.proxmox.com/​wiki/​Main_Page|Proxmox Wiki]]. Proxmox VE is a complete open source virtualization management solution for servers. It is based on [[http://​www.linux-kvm.org/​page/​Main_Page|KVM virtualization]] and container-based virtualization and manages virtual machines, storage, virtualized networks, and HA Clustering. Further information is contained in the [[https://​pve.proxmox.com/​wiki/​Main_Page|Proxmox Wiki]].
  
-Recently I've had to migrate to a [[http://​solusvm.com/​|SolusVM]] based infrastructure, ​also KVM based. Assuming your is configured with virtio type disk, all the instructions below apply the same.+Recently I've had to migrate to a [[http://​solusvm.com/​|SolusVM]] based infrastructure, ​using KVM virtualization. This does not apply to Xen virtualization by SolusVM which officially supports Slackware. Assuming your is configured with virtio type disk, all the instructions below apply the same.
  
 SolusVM is a commercial virtualization infrastructure able to provide KVM virtualization,​ OpenVZ containers and Xen. Further information is contained in the [[https://​documentation.solusvm.com/​|SolusVM Documentation]]. SolusVM is a commercial virtualization infrastructure able to provide KVM virtualization,​ OpenVZ containers and Xen. Further information is contained in the [[https://​documentation.solusvm.com/​|SolusVM Documentation]].
Line 14: Line 14:
  
 === Prerequisites === === Prerequisites ===
 +
 +This guide is valid for **Slackware-14.1 only**. ​
 +Slackware-14.2 already has the virtio support in the default kernel that is deployed at installation. //(verified at least with >4.4.190 kernel build)//
 +
 +__**If you build your own kernel make sure to include virtio* drivers built-in, not modules.**__
  
 You must ask your hosting provider to add the Slackware install DVD ISO image to the virtual CD/DVD device of the virtual machine. You must ask your hosting provider to add the Slackware install DVD ISO image to the virtual CD/DVD device of the virtual machine.
Line 106: Line 111:
 <!-- Please do not modify anything below, except adding new tags.--> <!-- Please do not modify anything below, except adding new tags.-->
 <!-- You must remove the tag-word "​template"​ below before saving your new page --> <!-- You must remove the tag-word "​template"​ below before saving your new page -->
-{{tag>​howtos virtualization kvm}}+{{tag>​howtos virtualization kvm proxmox solus solusvm}}

In Other Languages
QR Code
QR Code howtos:slackware_admin:slackware-proxmox-ve (generated for current page)