On Thu, 15 May 2008, Shrey wrote:

> On May 15, 12:39 pm, Stefan de Konink <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > On Wed, 14 May 2008, Shrey wrote:
> > > I started using/studying open-iscsi recently. I was wondering if there
> > > is any hard-coded limit to number of targets devices that can
> > > discovered per iSCSI target? Is there any hard-coded limit on the
> > > number of LUNs supported per target device (assuming that somehow HBA
> > > on iscsi target doesn't present any limit) ?
> >
> > It is a module parameter, check modinfo.
> Thanks :)  -
> defined as
> -----    module_param_named(max_lun, iscsi_max_lun, uint, S_IRUGO);
> -----
> and has a default value of 512.
> But is there any limit on the number of target devices that can be
> discovered per iscsi target? Something like "only x targets can be
> fetched using sendtarget from machine B to Machine A, each having
> max_lun maximum number of LUNs"
> Thanks again for the information/help.

Mmm... I wanted to know this last week. And in the SCSI module there is
written you can go up to 16k. But I suggest if you go above 4k to review
the time that is needed to rescan ;)

I don't know about targets, I only checked for luns :)


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