Coldplay – Clocks (2002)

The lights go out and I can’t be saved
Tides that I tried to swim against
Have brought me down upon my knees
Oh I beg, I beg and plead, singing

Come out of the things unsaid
Shoot an apple off my head and a
Trouble that can’t be named
A tiger’s waiting to be tamed, singing

You are, you are

Confusion that never stops
The closing walls and the ticking clocks gonna
Come back and take you home
I could not stop, that you now know, singing

Come out upon my seas
Cursed missed opportunities am I
A part of the cure
Or am I part of the disease, singing

You are, you are
You are, you are
You are, you are

And nothing else compares
And nothing else compares
And nothing else compares

You are, you are

Home, home, where I wanted to go
Home, home, where I wanted to go
Home, home, where I wanted to go (You are)
Home, home, where I wanted to go (You are)

Jaques Prévert – Les enfants qui s’aiment

Les enfants qui s’aiment s’embrassent debout
Contre les portes de la nuit
Et les passants qui passent les désignent du doigt

Mais les enfants qui s’aiment
Ne sont là pour personne
Et c’est seulement leur ombre
Qui tremble dans la nuit
Excitant la rage des passants
Leur rage leur mépris leurs rires et leur envie

Les enfants qui s’aiment ne sont là pour personne
Ils sont ailleurs bien plus loin que la nuit
Bien plus haut que le jour
Dans l’éblouissante clarté de leur premier amour

Hyper-V Cluster: iSCSI over SMB – error 1460

If you are experiencing storage error 1460 with Hyper-V Cluster, on a secondary node (not the disk owner), you should check first ISCSI connection properties then enable SMB Client and Server protocols on all network adapters. I know this is not so nice but Windows Cluster may try to estabilish a connection over a non preferred network interface so timeout causes the disk connection to fail.

Event ID generated: 5142
Source: Microsoft-Windows-FailoverCluster
Description: Cluster Shared Volume ‘Volume_name’ (‘Cluster Disk #’) is no longer accessible from this cluster node because of error ‘ERROR_TIMEOUT(1460)’. Please troubleshoot this node’s connectivity to the storage device and network connectivity

When accessing a CSV volume from a passive (non-coordinator) node, the disk I/O to the owning (coordinator) node is routed through a ‘preferred’ network adapter and requires SMB be enabled on that network adapter. For SMB connections to work on these network adapters, the following protocols must be enabled:

Client for Microsoft Networks
File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks


This is one of the reasons why I prefer working with Citrix XenServer.