Extending SCSI Timeouts in KVM Guests

Hi folks, today’s post will cover something that came up in the last few days at work. Someone was concerned about any lengthy delay affecting the health of his VM’s virtual disk and therefore the VM. We’ve all seen the aftermath – either the VM falls into a “paused” state, or the disk goes into a read-only state. So, how do you extend the timeout value in KVM for SCSI disks? Continue reading “Extending SCSI Timeouts in KVM Guests”

CentOS Named to be a Red Hat Sponsored Project

Holy crap, this is big news, for a number of reasons. I’ll give you my take on it below, but I’ll also add links from folks that I trust in order to provide additional takes on this momentous occasion. Continue reading “CentOS Named to be a Red Hat Sponsored Project”