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Where to upload ISO's Proxmox

So i am getting ready to deploy my first home server and I am planning on using proxmox and I have been watching a lot of tutorials on it.

 

Here is what i have for storage

 

1 120gb SSD for Proxmox Boot

2 1tb nvme ssds in raid 1 for vms

4 4tb hdds for nas storage in raid 10

 

From what I can tell you need a seperate drive to upload ISO's too for vms but is there a way for me to have a seperate partition or something on my 2 1tb raid 1 ssds for uploading isos? or what is my best option.

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You can use the hdds or nvme drives for ssd storage aswell, or the boot drive. You can pick to tell proxmox to store isos on almost every type of storage.

 

Id use zfs for those raid arra, lots of nice features.

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1 minute ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

You can use the hdds or nvme drives for ssd storage aswell, or the boot drive. You can pick to tell proxmox to store isos on almost every type of storage.

 

Id use zfs for those raid arra, lots of nice features.

So when i make my zfs pools I can store both vms and isos on the same pool?

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Just now, PurpleCodes said:

So when i make my zfs pools I can store both vms and isos on the same pool?

you can't store isos on a zfs pool, but you can make a directory pool and put isos on there.

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