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2012/07/27

CentOS 6 Azure VM Disk errors

Filed under: Azure, CentOS, VM — Tags: , , , , , — vbmagic @ 2:05 pm

Just a quick post about getting I/O and disk errors on a CentOS 6 VM running in Azure.

I created said VM, did a yum update and then rebooted the VM,

Once it was back up I then started to get lots of I/O errors reported and the file systems were mounted read-only.

After a bit of trial and error plus some web searching I came across this article which had a solution that worked.

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en/WAVirtualMachinesforLinux/thread/0d349334-94ac-478f-b123-cfa970725826

I basically Deleted the VM. Then deleted the Cloud Service associated with the VM. Finally I re-created the VM with the same details from the un-attached disk from the original VM (My Disks part of the Gallery).

Now the file systems are mounted correctly and there are no more IO error messages.

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