Proxmox VE 4.1 released
Posted on: 12/12/2015 08:02 AM

Proxmox VE 4.1 has been released

Proxmox VE 4.1 released

Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH today released version 4.1 of its open-source server virtualization solution Proxmox Virtual Environment (VE). The virtualization platform enables users to create and manage containers and KVM virtual machines on the same host as well as to set up highly available clusters via an integrated web-based interface.

The recent release is based on the latest Debian Jessie and on the 4.2.6 kernel with LXC and QEMU 2.4.1. Based on the feedback from the Proxmox community and customers, countless small improvements and bugfixes went into the product. Included are better ZFS integration for the ISO installer, better startup and shutdown behavior, disk resizing for LXC containers, and also several LXC technology previews like for example support for unprivileged container or LVM thin support.

All TurnKey GNU/Linux V14 Appliances are now available as LXC templates.

Proxmox VE 4.1 is now generally available for download at

The Proxmox VE 3.x family will be maintained in the future, approximately until the end of Debian Wheezy security updates (expected end in April 2016).

Proxmox VE is licensed under the GNU Affero GPL, v3. Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH offers support subscriptions for businesses starting at EUR 59,90 per year and CPU.

Change Log
based on Debian Jessie 8.2.0
Linux kernel 4.2.6
improved startup/shutdown behavior (systemd)
enable NTP by default
installer: allow up to 8 disks for ZFS
KVM: add qemu agent GUI option
KVM: update network boot ROMs
Improve HA GUI for users with restricted permissions
add Galician language to GUI
LXC: add rootfs resize to GUI
LXC: add support for Fedora 22 and Debian stretch/sid, Ubuntu 15.10
LXC: support unpriviledged containers (technology preview)
storage: added LVM thin support (technology preview)
Support for Turnkey Linux LXC appliances
added new pvereport command
countless bug fixes and package updates (for all details see bugtracker and GIT)

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