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A new version of Proxmox has been released building on the solid foundations laid down with the version 4 branch of Proxmox VE. The latest version 4.2 brings a new GUI, integration with Let’s Encrypt, updated packages and countless bug fixes.
You can download the ISO from https://www.proxmox.com/en/downloads/category/iso-images-pve
Highlights of the 4.2 release:
- Based on Debian 8.4
- New GUI using Sencha Ext JS 6
- Let’s Encrypt support
- Numerous LXC updates
- Ability to add network rate limits
- Add mount points via the GUI
- Improved backups
Before updating, make sure all your VM’s have been stopped, both LXC and KVM. Ensure you have the required repository entries for apt-get. You’ll either need a valid license key or to add the less stable pve-no-subscription repository. See Proxmox 3.1 package/ updates manager (this also works for version 4.x) for more information.
Run the below commands on each server in your cluster.
Restart all Proxmox servers to complete the installation.