Azure CycleCloud support for automatic configuration of LVM for Azure CycleCloud volume mounts will be retired on 30 September 2024
Date de publication : 29 septembre, 2023
Azure CycleCloud can automatically mount multiple managed disk volumes to create a single logical volume. This was useful when the max disk size was 1TB, but it complicates system administration for the user today. Once retired, users can mount larger volumes without LVM or with a customer defined LVM configuration.
The existing experience that automatic configuration of LVM for Azure CycleCloud volume mounts offers will no longer be supported starting 30 September 2024. Although you can still use automatic configuration of LVM for Azure CycleCloud volume mounts on CycleCloud 7 and CycleCloud 8 beyond 30 September 2024, this will no longer receive updates from Microsoft. When you bring your workloads to future versions of Azure CycleCloud, the workloads may work but will be unsupported.
No action required for most users. If your cluster nodes mount multiple managed disks and rely on Azure CycleCloud’s LVM feature to create one large virtual volume, then convert to using a single large managed disk by 30 September 2024.
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