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    OpenSSH SSH-2 private key (old PEM format) on Azure Linux VM

    • linux
    • windows
    • azure
    • ssh
    • azure-virtual-machine

    How to provide the SSH access and RDP access for Classic VMs in Azure

    • azure
    • azure-virtual-machine
    • azure-virtual-network
    • azure-vm-templates

    Azure Run Script on schedule with fixed IP

    • azure
    • azure-virtual-machine


    Odpovědi komunity na dotazy o správci systému nebo sítě

    Cannot delete a virtual machine

    • linux
    • azure
    • centos7
    • virtual-machines
    • service

    Decreasing OS drive free space on Azure VM running SQL Server 2016

    • sql-server
    • azure
    • virtual-machines
    • windows-server-2016
    • sql

    Váš názor na Azure

    Máte nápad nebo návrh na základě zkušeností s Azure?

    Allow Termination Events to be enabled on VMSS with Low-Priority/Spot

    Would like the ability to enable Termination events on Low-Priority/Spot VMSS. Low-Priority/Spot VMs currently have the ability to react to pre-emption events, but lack the ability to handle scale-in events like the regular priority, auto-scaling, Scale Sets do. I'm acknowledging that this appears to be an intentional decision (see examples below), but think that this would be useful. Terminate Notification: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machine-scale-sets/virtual-machine-scale-sets-terminate-notification#tips-and-best-practices As well as the api response when attempting to enable it via PoSH: "Virtual Machine Scale Sets with extension scheduledEventsProfile must have property priority set to Regular"



    custom data

    Support updating CustomData in VMSS via portal

    Azure VM limits should be visible on VM Overview page graphs

    In a support case I found one of my VMs was being throttled because it was over disk write limit; the performance (other colors, not red) and limits (in red) should be on the graphs on the overview. This seriously impacts availability when VMs are being throttled and makes for an insidious and hard to understand issue. All performance limits should be visible! Please implement?

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