Proxmox is great software, and if you’re using it in enterprise, I’d encourage you to buy a subscription so the folks over at Proxmox can continue to eat (and innovate). However, if you’re a small home user or doing some lab testing, it is possible to receive updates without a subscription.
Is your Windows Proxmox guest reporting high RAM usage in the Proxmox management interface? There’s an easy fix for that.
Can Windows Server boot in less than 20 seconds? Watch… and see for yourself!
When running Windows guest VMs on Proxmox VE, some drivers need to be installed before several key components can be used or will work properly. There’s the Balloon driver, which reports correct RAM usage...
Once you have your Windows VM imported into Proxmox, booting up and running successfully, you can install VirtIO or SCSI drivers and switch your hard disk interface over for better performance. But how can you install drivers for hardware that’s not even connected to Windows?
This article is part of a series on virtualization with Proxmox. Click here for the original article, which detailed the process of moving a ZFS volume from a Ubunto host to a fresh Proxmox...
What happens when you migrate a bunch of VirtualBox VMs to Proxmox VE? Follow along as I learn how to run Proxmox, an exciting virtualization platform I’ve heard lots of good things about but never used before! This is part 1 of a series.