Earlier I wrote about Linux 3.8 SCSI failing to operate under Hyper-V. Finally Microsoft has done something about it. After all, they are the biggest contributor for Linux kernel when it comes to running as a Hyper-V guest.
There is a patch-set fixing number of issues, for example: "Update the storage protocol to the win8 level." This means that they have seriously investigated the problems and fixed them. Also in the patch-set there are some new features, however, which are directed towards datacenters, not nerds like me running a Linux-box in the corner.
Great work from Mr. Srinivasan from Microsoft! Thank you for that.