Azure Stack Hub hotfix 1.2206.2.38
- Fixed an issue in the Virtual Machine Scale Set portal creation experience that caused the addition of an existing load balancer to fail.
- Removed unsupported Reapply feature in the virtual machine portal experience.
- Fixed an issue in which the infrastructure backup information displayed on the portal is not consistent with the alert.
- Improved blob metadata backup stability by skipping unnecessary dependency.
- Optimized reading of disk IOPS values to support VMs with a large number of data disks.
- CRP will self-heal a VM with a SCSI disk that failed to attach instead of requiring operator removal of the disk from the VM.
- Added support for Azure Stack Hub root certificate rotation.
- Fixed an issue that prevented guest operating system activation of Windows Server 2022.
- Fixed a null reference issue when calling the Compute Resource Provider API to power off a virtual machine without doing a shutdown.
Fixes rolled up from previous hotfix releases
- Fixed stability bugs in Azure Kubernetes Service, reliability issues in usage reporting, and Azure Stack update operations based on availability fixes for an internal settings service.
- Updated AMD GPU driver VM extension with new default driver path.
- Fixed an issue preventing health remediation of the Compute Host Agent service.
To apply this hotfix, you must have version 1.2206.0.6 or later.
As outlined in the release notes for the 2108 update, make sure that you refer to the update activity checklist on running Test-AzureStack (with specified parameters), and resolve any operational issues that are found, including all warnings and failures. Also, review active alerts and resolve any that require action.
Download the following files. Then, follow the instructions in Apply updates in Azure Stack to apply this update.
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