- In RHEL6 on VMware we are used to new scsi-disks, memory and cpu's added through VMware vCenter to automatically show up in the OS as well. On RHEL7 this doesnt work, for all 3 resources.
We created udev rules for memory and cpu to be automatically added, but cannot find much info on how to do this automatically for scsi disks as well.
- Is there a proper way to automatically add scsi disks added in VMware to RHEL 7 guests?
- Are to following udev rules for memory and cpu in
/etc/udev/rules.d/correct or could they cause issues?
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7.1
- VMware vCenter
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