Category: Linux


Error code UserErrorFsFreezeFailed on Azure Backup

Another day a costumer of mine, call me saying the backups that we enabled previously was troughing the following error: Error Code UserErrorFsFreezeFailed Error Message Failed to freeze one or more mount-points of the VM to take a file-system consistent snapshot Recommended Action Check for devices with dirty filesystem state and unmount them. Run file-consistency check for these devices using the fsck command and mount them again after successful consistency...


Moving to Azure Series – How to get the Azure VM Unique ID

On this series, I want to explore all the situations that you might encounter when you are moving your workloads to the cloud, specially to Azure. On this post I will cover how to get the Unique ID from an Azure VM. Why is that important? When you migrate your workload from on premise to Azure, in some occasions the license of your application is attached to the server. Usually...


Azure Update Management for Linux VMs

Another day, I started to play around with the Update Management, to see how I could automate the patching of Linux VMs on Azure. I’ve been using this feature to patch Windows VMs, and I want to try on Linux VMs. Although when I try to be specific and implement some exclusion, it seems to want the KB of the patch to exclude. Most of the Linux patches doesn’t have...