When the guest executes a discard call of any variation (fstrim,
blkdiscard, etc.), the underlying thinly provisioned LUN is the one that
changes - it returns the unused blocks to the storage array and gets
Therefore, no change is visible to the guest OS.
If you want to
This might be a stupid question. But I am testing out a 10Gb network
directly connected to my Freenas box using a Cat6 crossover cable.
I setup the connection (on device eno4) and called the network "Crossover"
I dont have DHCP on this, but I can easy assign VMs a NIC on the
On 02/08/2018 06:42 AM, Petr Kotas wrote:
> Hi Stack,
> have you tried it on other linux distributions? Scientific is not
> officially supported.
No, but SL isn't really any different than CentOS. If anything, we've
found it adheres closer to RH than CentOS does.
> My guess
On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 4:32 PM, Gianluca Cecchi
> If I edit the VM, in general settings I see "Other OS" as operating system.
> In General subtab after selecting the VM in "Virtual Machines" tab I
> again see "Other OS" in "Operating System" and the field
That's exactly what I needed to know, thanks all.
I'll schedule a script for the nodes to reboot and patch once every week or
two and then I can let it run without me needing to worry about it.
On Fri, Feb 9, 2018, 2:26 AM Martin Sivak wrote:
> the hosts are
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