alawson at aqorn.com
Wed Sep 7 20:35:13 UTC 2016
What is being reported is that a guest was running Ubuntu v12 with kernel
3.9.x-generic on a host that was running Ubuntu v14 with kernel
3.13.x-generic and the engineer had problems with reliably
mounting/unmounting volumes and that problem was corrected by upgrading the
gusts to kernel 3.13.x-generic.
Have you run into this or has anyone else run into this before?
I'm CC'ing a colleague who can offer additional insight.
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On Tue, Sep 6, 2016 at 4:22 AM, Jonathan D. Proulx <jon at csail.mit.edu>
> On Fri, Sep 02, 2016 at 04:00:17PM -0700, Adam Lawson wrote:
> :Mike that's just as I suspected. To be super clear, does KVM in particular
> :know how to distinguish between Ubuntu v12 versus v16? In other words, do
> :need to be running a specific version of KVM hypervisor so it can host
> :guests running the latest version of Ubuntu?
> You'll be fine. Paravirtualized Xen could run you into trouble but
> KVM doesn't support paravirtualized cpu, just full virtualization so
> it's completely agnostic about what you run on top.
> I'm definitely running 16 and 12 ontop of 14, but also much weirder
> things like Gnu-Herd, FreeBSD and <shudder> Windows...
> :Again, this was brought up as being a firm requirement but I've never ever
> :heard of such a requirement unless we're debating KVM versus ESXi so I
> :wanted to get my facts straight before I confirmed to the team one way or
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> :On Fri, Sep 2, 2016 at 1:53 PM, Mike Smith <mismith at overstock.com> wrote:
> :> Hi Adam -
> :> The OS of the guest is independent of the Openstack version. Your
> :> of hypervisor (KVM, VMWare, HyperV, etc) would just need to support the
> :> version that you want to run on your guests.
> :> Mike Smith
> :> Lead Cloud Systems Architect
> :> Overstock.com <http://overstock.com>
> :> On Sep 2, 2016, at 2:46 PM, Adam Lawson <alawson at aqorn.com> wrote:
> :> Hey everyone, do specific versions of OpenStack necessitate specific
> :> versions of guest os's? I.e. if I'm running a mitaka cloud platform, do
> :> guest vm operating systems need to be a specific version of Linux? My
> :> understanding is the two are totally unrelated when the VM's are running
> :> Linux but I wanted to check if things have recently changed without my
> :> knowledge.
> :> //adam
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