On 28 Mai, 16:13, Konrad Rzeszutek <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Wed, May 28, 2008 at 05:32:03AM -0700, jergendutch wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have iscsi setup on some boxes. They can all mount a central target
> > in succession but not at the same time. This is fine, I have installed
> > GFS to make this work.
> > I read somewhere (and this is where I need the help) that open-iscsi
> > limits the number of connections per lun to one, and I need to
> > increase this to the number of hosts. Can anyone tell me where this
> > is, I cannot find it any more.
> Not sure where you read it, but that is false. The default LUN max is
> 512.

Okay, so I have another problem then. Damn :/

> > My second question is about startup.
> > At the moment I start iscsi, then I run the discovery command, then
> > restart iscsi to see the disk.
> > This seems wrong. Is there a better way?
> When you run the discovery command the results are cached. When you
> log-in the session is also cached. So you init script should
> take advantage of that and automaticly log-in to those targets.
> You did log-in to those targets after the discovery, right?

I don't require login for the targets, they are on a private subnet.

I will try again to see if they are cached (centos 5.1)
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