Software update: Proxmox VE 7.3

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Proxmox VE is an open source virtualization platform based on kvm and lxc containers. It can be managed through a web interface, and a command line and rest api are also available. For more information, we refer to this page and various video tutorials can be viewed this page being watched. The whole is issued under the agpl. Version 7.3 has been released and the main improvements that have been made to it are listed below for you:

Proxmox VE 7.3 released!

Proxmox Virtual Environment 7.3 is based on Debian 11.5 “Bullseye” but using a newer Linux kernel 5.15 or 5.19, QEMU 7.1, LXC 5.0.0, and ZFS 2.1.6. Proxmox Virtual Environment 7.3 comes with initial support for Cluster Resource Scheduling, enables updates for air-gapped systems with the new Proxmox Offline Mirror tool, and has improved UX for various management tasks, as well as interesting storage technologies like ZFS dRAID and countless enhancements and bug fixes.

Here is a selection of the highlights

  • Debian 11.5 “Bullseye”, but using a newer Linux kernel 5.15 or 5.19
  • QEMU 7.1, LXC 5.0.0, and ZFS 2.1.6
  • Ceph Quincy 17.2.5 and Ceph Pacific 16.2.10; heuristic checks to see if it is safe to stop or remove a service instance (MON, MDS, OSD)
  • Initial support for a Cluster Resource Scheduler (CRS)
  • Proxmox Offline Mirror –
  • Tagging virtual guests in the web interface
  • CPU pinning: Easier affinity control using taskset core lists
  • New container templates: Fedora, Ubuntu, Alma Linux, Rocky Linux
  • Reworked USB devices: can now be hot-plugged
  • ZFS dRAID pools
  • Proxmox Mobile: based on Flutter 3.0
  • And many more enhancements.

As always, we have included countless bug fixes and improvements on many places; see the release notes for all details.

Version number 7.3
Release status Final
Operating systems Linux
Website Proxmox
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License type Prerequisites (GNU/BSD/etc.)
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