Wilton wrote:
> OK I changed the Ping_Timeout on that Discovery Address to 20.
> 
> When I asked iscsi to reload (by typing "service iscsid reload") it
> rescanned the devices but now I'm getting the following lines in my
> logfile...
> 
> Jan 14 13:28:54 flax kernel: iscsi-sfnet: Could not find session to
> update
> Jan 14 13:28:54 flax iscsid[1990]: iSCSI session ioctl failed for iqn.
> 1994-12.com.promise.68.60.55.55.1.0.0.20, Resource temporarily
> unavailable
> : Resource temporarily unavailable
> Jan 14 13:28:55 flax kernel: iscsi-sfnet: Could not find session to
> update
> Jan 14 13:28:55 flax iscsid[1990]: iSCSI session ioctl failed for iqn.
> 1994-12.com.promise.68.60.55.55.1.0.0.20, Resource temporarily
> unavailable
> : Resource temporarily unavailable
> 
> These messages just keep coming!  That said, I *can* access the iscsi
> devices, so it doesn't seem like there's any real harm being done, it
> just makes me a little nervous.  I haven't seen the Timeout message
> yet but it's only been a few minutes....
> 

You need to upgrade the kernel and iscsi tools to what is in RHEL/Centos 
4.6.

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