When running Proxmox Backup Server in a production environment, you will need high quality server equipment to ensure that your backed up data is safe.
For a production setup, we recommend dedicated hardware. This is especially important for critical tasks like backups where many hosts/VMs/containers save their critical data.
The minimum requirements for evaluation purposes should never be used in production.
Supported web browsers for accessing the web interface
To access the web-based user interface of the Proxmox Backup server you need one of the following browsers:
- Firefox, a release from the current year, or the latest Extended Support Release
- Chrome, a release from the current year
- Microsoft’s currently supported version of Edge
- Safari, a release from the current year
Install Proxmox Backup Server on a Debian System
If you want, you can install Proxmox on top of a running Debian 64-bit. This is especially interesting, if you want to have a custom partition layout.
Read how to install Proxmox Backup Server on a Debian System