I would like to see if there is a way to enable HA in XO? A way to make an SR a heartbeat and then turn on HA for the cluster.
That way there would also be a button to disable HA, then do your update/upgrades, then re-enable HA.
Ok, I'll look into it some more. Right now, I'm just looking for XOCE to be hosted in the XOSTOR to avoid any issues with an NFS in my homelab going down.
I have a spare M.2 NVME in each host that I can use, I'm pretty sure that my XOCE isn't very big.
I'm using TrueNAS for my NFS SR and I searching for a way to control the IPMI/BMC of my XCP-ng hosts. That way once the storage finishes booting, it could send an command to boot the three XCP-ng hosts.
Something like this could be done with wake on lan but I have IPMI and it's always on and more reliable.
Preface: This system is my homelab and is only production in the sense that it runs my house.
I am cursed to live in a city that has occasional power outage that last more than my UPS can handle. At this point the whole system shuts down.... and my locally purchased UPS doesn't support NUT or anything like it. I'm looking at ways to solve this with a raspberry pi that is powered by two sources and will host NUT... it's a work in progress.
All of my VMS are hosted on an NFS share that is much slower to boot than my XCP-ng hosts are and then the VMS never boot up even though they are set to Auto Power On.
I see there is a start delay but is there a way to have it not boot UNTIL the SR is available?
Thanks a bunch.
Sounds good. I followed the font-mfizz github instructions and created a pull request with Kali, Manjaro, and Pop_OS! icon svg files.
Not sure when it will be reviewed and merged but they should be there at some point to help make things easier.
EDIT: ugh there are basic merge request for the official git from 2018.