On 0703T1615, Craig Rodrigues wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 2:12 AM, Edward Tomasz Napierała <tr...@freebsd.org>
> > In 10-STABLE there is a way to control access based on initiator
> > name and IP address.
> Out of curiousity, what kinds of interop testing do you do when you
> the iSCSI code in FreeBSD?
As for the target, I wrote a script to test it against both old and new
FreeBSD initiators, Linux initiator (Open-iSCSI) and Solaris one; you
can find it at tools/regression/iscsi/. I also did manual testing with
Windows XP and Windows Vista. I don't remember if I actually succeeded
to do any testing with ESX (trying to run ESX under Fusion is not such
a good idea, it turns out), but I got a 3rd party report that it worked
As for the initiator, I did manual testing against istgt, LIO (Linux)
and COMSTAR (Solaris).
> I work on FreeNAS at iXsystems, and we have
> that iSCSI is a complex protocol,
No kidding :-)
> and there are interop issues, especially
> with VMWare ESX.
> Luckily I see that Alexander Motin has been working with you to commit
> fixes to the iSCSI code, which help.
> I've rolled an experimental FreeNAS image based on FreeBSD 10 at svn
> revision r268201 if you want to give it a try:
For now I'm swamped with work on autofs, but I'd definitely want to redo
all the testing before 10.1 - last time I did it was just before 10.0.
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