Nightlies are notoriosly less stable.Question, nightlies in contrast to beta, I would assume the nightlies are more up-to-date than the beta release w/ there being more at risk running the nightlies?
The beta updates will be far less updated as the nightlies?
N=1I have been using the latest nightlies and I have to say, they are quite stable. I also did a few fresh installs of Scale and was able to import all my data back easily and without a problem! :)
kube-system openebs-zfs-controller-0 4/5 CrashLoopBackOff 24 68m
Looks like it happened when for example plex is continuously crashing so openebs-zfs-controller-0 is starting to crash, once I stop plex everything returns to normal state.
Apps can't effect eachother in that way, luckily :)Looks like it happened when for example plex is continuously crashing so openebs-zfs-controller-0 is starting to crash, once I stop plex everything returns to normal state.
EDIT: the previous statement is wrong, still see CrashLoopBackOff state for openebs-zfs-controller-0
Thank you. Would there be upgrade path from core to scale?No, it's ALPHA software. It's a complex software system with tons of complex interactions, and very few miles on it due to the switch to Linux. If you want something solid to serve iSCSI and NFS, TrueNAS Core is probably the best choice, stay on whatever the latest 11 version is.
And is there a timeline on the availability of GA release?