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We have a customer still on Classic Azure with Geo Storage in Northern Europe and western Europe.

We added 2 servers to the Cloud Service.
Added 1 extra disk to the SQL Server and the other 4 existing guests rebooted.

We had a file copy occurring onto one of the new servers from an older server.
That file copy hung saying the disk was right protected.

This happened at 12.30 GMT 24/1/2017

Is this normal? Expected? Or an Azure glitch?


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Would need to check but sounds like a glitch
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That file copy hung saying the disk was right protected.


I think that you meant "write" protected.  (common mistake)

https://blog.codingoutloud.com/2011/06/12/azure-faq-can-i-write-to-the-file-system-on-windows-azure/

I'm not sure if that site pertains to your problem.
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Wanted to see if anyone else had seen it before I added the extra kicker.

All seven of the servers in the cloud service all rebooted.
The most telling or distressing thing is we didn't bother logging a ticket as Azure support is slower and no where near as good as O365

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> All seven of the servers in the cloud service all rebooted.

Are you using availability groups?

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Nope....Single DC so no point.
All IaaS - but I have to say, no other issues in 2 years.

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I was not talking about the DC, I was talking about the 7 servers that restarted?
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No its a single instance
Sorry one part of my brain said it had mentioned that...

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