On 24 апр, 20:37, Mike Christie <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Yes and no. The initiator can work fine without this setting, but it is
> a feature, so it does provide some benefit. If you are using multipath
> you want to set those values to non-zero, so we can detect errors in the
> network and fail IO to new paths faster.

No, i'am not using multipath, old machine, only one gigabit nic on
board can be installed.

> I am pretty sure this is a bug in the target, because I have seen other
> ones make a similar mistake. I would contact your vendor. Feel free to
> refer them to me, and I can work with them to get it fixed.

You mean i must send them link to this thread or you can contact them
and info from me about hardware is enough?

> > 2. Am i must change back:
> > node.session.cmds_max = 4
> > node.session.queue_depth = 2
> > To default values 128 and 32 ?
> Changing these values and the nop ones are not related. Those values
> depend on how much IO your system, network and target can support.

Thank you for your time and help to me :)
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