Introduction Microsoft and Red Hat support that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1 (and later) runs on Azure Stack. https://access.redhat.com/articles/3413531 https://docs.microsoft.com/ja-jp/azure-stack/operator/azure-stack-supported-os#linux But there is not the image of Red Hat Enterprise Linux in Azure Staack Marketplace at this moment. So Azure Stack Operator needs to create the custom image of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and need to add this image to Azure Stack Marketplace. Microsoft publishes the following document to add
はじめに Microsoft と Red Hat は Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1 以降を Azure Stack 上で動作させることをサポートしています。 https://access.redhat.com/articles/3413531 https://docs.microsoft.com/ja-jp/azure-stack/operator/azure-stack-supported-os#linux ただし、2019年9月現在の Azure Stack Marketplace には Red Hat Enterprise Linux のイメージが
Introduction Azure stack requires users to apply patch and update(P&U) continually. If your Azure Stack is not in the latest three versions, Microsoft doesn’t support your Azure Stack. So it is so important that Azure Stack Operator notice the release of new Azure Stack.
This blog explains how to check the new Azure Stack.
The type of P&U Microsoft and OEM vendor release new Azure stack. The new Azure Stack is three types as follows.
Introduction Azure Stack Operator needs to collect the log of App Service Resource Provider in trouble. But Admin Portal doesn’t provide this capability. So Azure Stack Operator needs to log in the controller VMs such as CN01-VM.
I don’t use RDP to collect these logs and want to manage the general operation with only the Admin portal and Admin API. To realize my dream, I searched the REST API of App Service Resource Provider.
Microsoft released on-demand diagnostic log collection in 1907 update. So we can collect Get-AzureStackLog in the admin portal. This feature is so useful because we don’t need to use PEP to collect Get-AzureStackLog.
On-demand diagnostic log collection
When we use on-demand diagnostic log collection, the admin portal accesses to Rest API. We can also use this API. This blog explans the following operations.
Run on-demand diagnostic log collection Check the history of on-demand diagnostic log collection Run on-demand diagnostic log collection The url to run on-demand diagnostic log collection is as follows.