Linux filesystem becomes read-only in some cases

It has to do with: mptscsi adds DID_BUS_BUSY host status when scsi status of BUSY is returned Short description: When the SCSI I/O command is returned to the Linux SCSI midlayer with a host status of DID_BUS_BUSY, the command will be retried five times and then if the target continues to return a status of

A new day with a new problem…

Today one of the SAN’s thought it was vacation. A nice error showing there was something wrong ‘vmware Failing I/O due to too many reservation conflicts’ Reading through… Checked the volume on the console and could not even enter the directory. Management of the SAN was also unreachable. Rebooted the SAN.

Local user creation bug

Yesterday i added a local user to vSphere 4 host with the vSphere client. I forgot the ‘shell access’ box. After that i enabled the box for shell access, when logging in, the home directory did not exist. Solution for this: cd /home mkdir username chown username dirname chmod 700 dirname

Vmware blog

I will be posting vmware things i run into during my day job. This is the first post \o/ I did my vcp-410 exam on 18-dec-2009 with a score of 488/500 🙂