swejis wrote:
> Hello everyone. I'm not very experienced with iscsi, so please excuse
> me if asking stupid questions.
> I'm evaluation opensuse 11 (Beta1) for my servers and have found some
> worrying errors in the log. The following error quite frequently shows
> up.
> May  5 21:15:05 manjula klogd:  connection1:0: ping timeout of 5 secs
> expired, last rx 4626267449, last ping 4626264949, now 4626269949
> May  5 21:15:05 manjula klogd:  connection1:0: detected conn error
> (1011)
> May  5 21:15:05 manjula iscsid: Kernel reported iSCSI connection 1:0
> error (1011) state (3)
> May  5 21:15:09 manjula iscsid: connection1:0 is operational after
> recovery (1 attempts)
> The target is the infamous Promise m500i and the initiator "transport
> class version 2.0-869. iscsid version 2.0-868"
> Nic : Broadcom NetXtreme BCM5721 Gigabit Ethernet PCI Express (tg3)
> Kernel  2.6.25-rc9-17-default x86_64
> There is really no load on this system yet. I used a sniffer to record
> the traffic and it seem the target "all the sudden" sends a reset
> (frame 65). I'm not sure if this happens at the same time as the error
> printed to the log. I have uploaded the capture file here:
> http://www.wehay.com/iscsi.cap.gz
> To my first stupid question. The target is equipped with 2 x 1GB nics
> having address & 6. When I did the discovery I only
> pointed to one of these addresses still both where found  and used
> (magic). Also I noticed that every lun is registered twice (sdc & d
> for lun1 etc), is the reason for this performance, fail over or
> perhaps both ? I've spotted in the target the following setting "Max
> Connections 1" (non-configurable) and was thinking perhaps this reset
> was related to this. I have left all configuration to it's defaults
> only changing the login information.
> Config file: http://www.wehay.com/iscsid.conf

Could you also do

cat /sys/class/iscsi_connection/connection1:0/recv_tmo
cat /sys/class/iscsi_connection/connection1:0/ping_tmo

and send those values.

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