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From Erik Weber <>
Subject Re: Server 2012 R2 Bug on CS 4.4.0 with vmware hypervisor
Date Sat, 15 Nov 2014 06:31:10 GMT
There's an issue in jira to allow controller selection, but it has been
stale for some time.

This is one of the reasons we switched to xenserver.

I believe there's a quick talk on ccceu about the issue.


Den lørdag 15. november 2014 skrev Michael Phillips <>

> So I was unable to add a data disk to my vm running server 2012 R2
> standard, so I started tracking down the issue and I think I found it. So
> when provisioning a vm running server 2012 R2, CS creates the VM with the
> "LSI Logic Parallel" adapter. It looks like the only reason the machine is
> even able to boot is becuase the ROOT drive is set to be an IDE drive,
> specifically (IDE 0:1). Any data disks added to the same machine are set as
> SCSI drives. So if I added one data disk it would be listed as SCSI 0:0. So
> it seems the mismatch is between the controller type CS is using and the
> disk type. So this bring me to the major question at hand.
> For server 2012 R2 vmware natively uses the "LSI Logic SAS" controller.
> Why in the world is CS not using the same controller, and is there a way
> around this?

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