[CentOS-virt] Why is SCSI disabled in kvm on CentOS 5.8?
centos at celestial.com
Tue Oct 2 18:41:12 EDT 2012
Looking at the SRPM kvm-83-249.el5.centos.5, and the SRPM for
qemu-kvm-0.12.1.2-2.209.el6.src.rpm on CentOS 6.2, I see many
patches to remove SCSI support. The 5.2 kvm.spec file disables
scsi in the configure run.
Why has this been disabled? Many old OS's don't grok SATA, but
have had SCSI support for years.
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