Updated: still using GrandWazoo’s FreeNAS ZFS over iSCSI plugin on TrueNAS 12.0-U4.1 and Proxmox 6.4-13. I’m pretty sure I read in the issues section on Github that it works with Proxmox 7, maybe someday soon I’ll give it a try. They have updated it so you won’t need to run the patch commands again after a kernel upgrade. If you’re using the plugin donate a little to GrandWazoo for going god’s work.
I just setup a Proxmox cluster. I had to install the GrandWazoo plugin again on the second node, and i think some steps may have changed since i had to stumble through it.
Go to https://github.com/TheGrandWazoo/freenas-proxmox if you’re not already there.
SSH into your Proxmox host to setup the FreeNAS SSH key and install the plugin. This is assuming your FreeNAS IP is 192.168.1.10
mkdir /etc/pve/priv/zfs ssh-keygen -f /etc/pve/priv/zfs/192.168.1.10_id_rsa ssh-copy-id -i /etc/pve/priv/zfs/192.168.1.10_id_rsa.pub email@example.com ssh -i /etc/pve/priv/zfs/192.168.1.10_id_rsa firstname.lastname@example.org
You you get the output below, just type yes.
The authenticity of host '192.168.1.10 (192.168.1.10)' can't be established. RSA key fingerprint is 8c:f9:46:5e:40:65:b4:91:be:41:a0:25:ef:7f:80:5f. Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? yes
apt-get install librest-client-perl git git clone https://github.com/TheGrandWazoo/freenas-proxmox.git
This is where the steps differ..you’ll see this freenas-proxmox folder, all the files you need are in there.
You’ll need to cd into freenas-proxmox then into pve-manager/js/ before running:
patch -b /usr/share/pve-manager/js/pvemanagerlib.js < pvemanagerlib.js.patch
The same with the other directories, you’ll need to be in freenas-proxmox/perl5/PVE/Storage and pve-docs/api-viewer/ before running:
patch -b /usr/share/perl5/PVE/Storage/ZFSPlugin.pm < ZFSPlugin.pm.patch patch -b /usr/share/pve-docs/api-viewer/apidoc.js < apidoc.js.patch
This 4th step is also like that, you’ll need to change directories to /freenas-proxmox/perl5/PVE/Storage/LunCmd before running:
cp FreeNAS.pm /usr/share/perl5/PVE/Storage/LunCmd/FreeNAS.pm
Now after a restart of the services or a reboot, you should have FreeNAS to pick from in the drop down.
Since I already had this setup on my first node, when i added the new node to the cluster it carried over the ZFS over iSCSI settings, then i could just magically migrate VMs to the new node.
Thank you to the GrandWazoo for making this plugin!