I am running Fedora 13 on a Hyper-V instance. I have 3x 1Tb HDDs attached to the Hyper-V SCSI adapter.
I have downloaded, built and installed the 2.6.33-4-95.fc13.x86_64 kernel from the fedora repo, with the Hyper-V staging drivers enabled.
I can successfully boot the kernel and the system is running stable, I can insert the hv_vmbus, hv_storvsc, hv_blkvsc and hv_netvsc kernel modules and the devices appear and start working correctly.
I can't seem to find any information on what I need to do to get the kernel modules loaded during boot. I want to be able to boot the system and mount a raid array on the scsi HDDs and use the synthetic network adapter instead of the legacy adapter.
Does anyone have any suggestions on what i need to do from this point?