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Upgrading to Proxmox VE 8

I’ve used Proxmox for two years in a homelab that serves as a sandbox for work projects, a testbed Active Directory network, and running home automation tools. It combines the familiarity of F/OSS tools like Debian Linux, QEMU, and KVM, with a graphical interface that makes managing virtual servers easy – with a community supported, free […]

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Proxmox VE 7.3 released

Proxmox is an open-source bare metal virtualization system I use in my homelab – based on Debian and qemu, it supports a wide variety of hardware. Proxmox VE version 7.3 has been released and the upgrade from 7.2 went without a hitch using apt. I’m looking into it now, there’s support for ZFS dRaid pools, […]

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