Imo, don't even bother trying to do this with tgt. I got it working some
time ago but it was flakey, and started having dataset naming issues after
about 10 disks.

The only working (stable) zfs over iscsi with proxmox afaik is using
comstar (which to be fair to proxmox devs, is what they say in the docs...)

If you want to get this working I suggest you use omnios for the zfs
storage end. The free version of napp-it is easy to get going for a proof
of concept.

On 11 Aug 2017 19:23, "Mikhail" <m...@plus-plus.su> wrote:

Hello,

Even if you're able to insert and create the disk, this does not mean
you will be able to start/run VM with that disk. Apart from creating
disk on ZFS storage you also need to export it via iSCSI.

Unfortunately, ZFS-over-iSCSI is not documented well. I came across same
problem as you 3 weeks ago (posted here on the list), but my questions
left unanswered.

Mikhail.

On 08/11/2017 07:14 PM, Gilberto Nunes wrote:

> If I use the command:
>
> qm set 100 -scsi1 ZFS-OVER:vm-100-disk-1
> update VM 100: -scsi1 ZFS-OVER:vm-100-disk-1
>
> I can insert the disk with sucess!!!!
>
> But inside web interface I am no able to!

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