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taenzerme

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Are there any plans on support VirtIO and so Proxmox as an virtualization platform soon?
All it would take would be to add virtio kernel support which is stable for quite some time on Debian.
Would be great to get some feedback on this by the official guys.
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Jonas Rodrigues (Kerio)

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Hello,

Not sure about that, maybe some of our developers can weigh in here.

What I can suggest you though is to use your user voice and vote for this idea which already exists

Login in your Kerio Operator and open the following link:

http://feedback.kerio.com/forums/125515-kerio-operator?query =VirtIO

All the best,

Jonas




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Jef

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Hello,

Kerio Operator is running fine in Proxmox.
I run almost every Kerio Operator in Proxmox with no issues at all.

Greets

Jef
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taenzerme

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Jef, thanks for the info.

Actually, we're not having any real problems most of the time. Yet network performance is not optimal. Virtio or vmnet3 drivers aren't working and so network performance is actually a problem with a lot of clients. How did you solve this? We notice quite some delays with more than 30 calls at once. Switching to bare metal hardware solves this.

Any tips?
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taenzerme

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... and actually, this is a lot more of a problem with Kerio Control. Network throughput with the e1000 interface is below 30mbit compared to virtio with about 800+ mbit.
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