[Spce-user] Proble with deployment from ISO at OVH

Michael Prokop mprokop at sipwise.com
Thu Mar 10 10:06:38 EST 2022


* scramatte [Thu Mar 10, 2022 at 03:53:16PM +0100]:

> Depends of scenario but if you have only few calls
> virtualize it else  install it from scratch on fresh Debian.
> What is looks is that you don’t have driver for nvme.

Just to clarify, if something should be unclear yet: all our
supported releases provide NVMe disk support (if not, we'd consider
it a bug :)). It's only that our install CD/ISO so far didn't
support NVMe disks in its *disk selection*, it's unrelated to
drivers or alike.

This sadly went unnoticed by us, as our automated tests provide
explicit disk name(s), and inside VMs we usually don't use NVMe
drives, so thanks for bringing this to our attention!

So yes, once you have a plain Debian system installed on your NVMe
drive (no matter whether VM or physical server), then you can
install + execute ngcp-installer, and it will work just fine for all
supported releases. (Again, if not and you should have any problem,
please let us know!)

> Anyways why are you using mr7 ? Mr9.5.4 has just been released and it’s an LTS release
> 9.5 use Debian 11 bullseye and kernel 5.x  … it should works

ACK :)

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