I feel like I’m so close to running a high-availability Home Assistant setup with a USB Z-Wave stick but there’s just one problem.
I have a Proxmox cluster with HASSOS running on one of the nodes. I also have a Raspberry Pi which has been setup to serve my Z-Wave USB stick over ser2net. So far, so good.
My issue is that my HASSOS install seems to be extremely locked down and appliance-like (which is the idea I guess) but that means that I cannot get something like usbip or socat installed in HASSOS to act as a client for the Z-Wave USB stick. This, in turn, means that HASS High Availability cannnot be achieved as Proxmox (and most hypervisors from what I understand) are unable to migrate virtual machines with local hardware passthrough.
Any ideas would be really welcome. Is there anything possible in HASSOS itself to receive a USB-over-IP Z-Wave dongle? Should I consider moving away from HASSOS to one of the other install methods that allows me to easily install tools such as socat or usbip?
Thanks in advance