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danialgordi
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Ich bin Dani :)
Hello all geeks :) ,

Please add feature about virtualizor support multiple volume groups.
When We have 2 HDD's , We want to balance VM's on these disks but at this time It's not possible.

Please add this feature ASAP  :angel:


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danialgordi
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Ich bin Dani :)
No one interested about this?  :neu:  :neu:
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jevingala
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Hi,

The multiple VG option is already in our todo list and in the development process.
It will be coming soon to Virtualizor.
But we cannot give any ETA right now.
Thanks for your suggestion.

Regards,
Virtualizor Team.


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danialgordi
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Ich bin Dani :)
Quote From : jevingala February 6, 2015, 11:50 am
Hi,

The multiple VG option is already in our todo list and in the development process.
It will be coming soon to Virtualizor.
But we cannot give any ETA right now.
Thanks for your suggestion.

Regards,
Virtualizor Team.


Great , Please release in next version  ;-D
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kentdigital
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is this implemented yet?
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asim_shaikh
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Hi,

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is this implemented yet?
       


Multiple VG is supported in Virtualizor along with File Based storage and Multiple disk support(for KVM & XEN-HVM).


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