thank you mike, but im unable to figure out how to tell ietd what to
return, but this is probably not the right place to ask anyway :)

I have another question, would it be sane/doable to have load
distribution using that ? ie dns returns diffrent ips in a round robin
fashion ? or even simple failover ?

On May 8, 6:59 pm, Mike Christie <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Maysara wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm usinsg iscsiadm from iscsi-initiator-utils version
> >, and i also tried opne-iscsi 2.0.730-1etch1in a line
> > like this:
> > iscsiadm -m discovery -t sendtargets -p iscsi-storage| cut -f2 -d\ |
> > xargs -l -I '{}' iscsiadm -m node -T {} -p iscsi-storage -l
> > where iscsi-storage is defined in /etc/hosts , it fails to find iscsi-
> > storage in the node mode, but works fine in the discovery mode, if i
> > change iscsi-storage to the ip of the target in the node mode, it
> > works fine ... i suppose this is a bug ! no ?
> iscsiadm takes the values that are returned from discovery. It does not
> do any hostname resolution. So if the target gives us a ip address
> during discovery you have to pass iscsiadm -m node ... -l a ip address.
> If the target gives us hostnames then you have to use the hostnames it
> gave us.
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