On Mon, May 05, 2008 at 07:03:41AM -0700, Zoney1409 wrote:
> Hi all,
> Excuse me if this has been asked before but I'm a newbie currently
> being overflowed with info.
> I have an Intel Pro/1000 PT setup to boot off iscsi, the target server
> is an open-scsi setup.  The network card picks up the iscsi target
> drive without an issue but doesn't not boot off the drive eventhough
> it should be bootable (it has Ubuntu 8.04 installed on to it).

How did you install Ubuntu on the iSCSI target? 

> My question is open-iscsi bootable with this card or am I missing
> something?

It does work with some distros quite well. I don't think Ubuntu is on
the list yet (you are more than welcome along with other people to
get that working).

Here is a PDF of how to get do this setup on a IBM Blade
with RHEL5 as a base-line. The blade uses a specialized firmware to
emulate the iSCSI initiator, similar to what the Intel Pro/1000 PT can
do when you flash it with the iSCSI firmware.


You can also do this with SuSE. You will need to pass in the 'iscsi'
bootup parameter to take advantage of this.

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