Thank you for this new version.
One question though. What is meant by:
* Improve default settings to support hundreds to thousands* of
parallel running Containers per node (* thousands only with simple
distributions like Alpine Linux)
Is that setting feature nesting and running docker inside a lxc
container or in a kvm? Could you elaborate a little more on that statement?
Thank you and kind regards,
On 12-05-2020 12:16, Martin Maurer wrote:
We are proud to announce the general availability of our
virtualization management platform Proxmox VE 6.2.
It's built on Debian Buster 10.4 and a 5.4 longterm Linux kernel, QEMU
5.0, LXC 4.0, ZFS 0.8.3, Ceph 14.2.9 (Nautilus), and ZFS 0.8.3.
This release brings a built-in validation of domains for Let's Encrypt
TLS certificates via the DNS-based challenge mechanism, full support
for up to eight corosync network links, support for Zstandard for
Backup/Restore, and a new LDAP sync for users and groups and full
support for API tokens.
Countless bugfixes and smaller improvements are included as well, see
the full release notes.
Alternate ISO download:
Q: Can I dist-upgrade Proxmox VE 6.x to 6.2 with apt?
A: Yes, just via GUI or via CLI with apt update && apt dist-upgrade
Q: Can I install Proxmox VE 6.2 on top of Debian Buster?
A: Yes, see
Q: Can I upgrade my Proxmox VE 5.4 cluster with Ceph Luminous to 6.x
and higher with Ceph Nautilus?
A: This is a two step process. First, you have to upgrade Proxmox VE
from 5.4 to 6.2, and afterwards upgrade Ceph from Luminous to
Nautilus. There are a lot of improvements and changes, please follow
exactly the upgrade documentation.
Q: Where can I get more information about future feature updates?
A: Check our roadmap, forum, mailing lists, and subscribe to our
A big THANK YOU to our active community for all your feedback,
testing, bug reporting and patch submitting!
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