Hello all,

I have been wondering a given scenario, where a server boots linux
over iscsiRoot;  how would iscsi initiator handle, if for instance,
access to the iscsiRoot device is interrupted for a second or two.  A
situation where this could possibly occur would be if one would add a
new target in the /etc/ietd.conf in the iscsi-target host, and then do
a restart, while certain hosts are booted against an iscsiRoot served
by that same target.

Any thoughts?

Have there been any past discussions on this or any papers/techtips
that may address this kind of situation?

thanks in advance,

- aspasia.

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