Custom Proxmox Instalation as a Workstation

If you read my other article in this topic Here for Proxmox 5.0 or Here for Proxmox 6.0 after following all the steps you have a fully functional proxmox server installation.
But you might be wondering “Can I use proxmox in my workstation?”.

The answer is “Sure you can, but you might want/need to follow a few extra steps,make sure you install the pve-headers, or else you’ll have problems with packages that need the linux kernel headers.
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Enable KSM Centos7/Debian

If you run a lot of Virtual Machines using qemu, you probably can save a lot of memory, at the expense of CPU cycles, by enabling Kernel Samepage Merging (KSM).
If you just want to test it and run only on the current boot run the following:

echo 1 > /sys/kernel/mm/ksm/run

After testing if you want to enable it permanently you can use systemd temporary files.
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