>Oh yeah, are you doing anything on the target? Rebooting it? Changing
the config? Adding or removing targets or portals?

.... in the target when the /etc/ietd.conf file is updated with a new
iscsi root, a brief "service iscsi-target restart" occurs .... we're
thinking of just keeping a static list and not bother it any longer
....

- a.

On 6/4/08, Mike Christie <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> Mike Christie wrote:
>> a s p a s i a wrote:
>>> Wanted to update on this issues again ...
>>>
>>>> It just means that userspace tried to set a feature the kernel did not
>>>> support. It is not serious.
>>>>
>>>> If there was nothing before that first line about the kernel reporting a
>>>> connection error, then the target could have initiated this. Do you see
>>>> anything in the target logs? What target is this again?
>>>>
>>>
>>> Target is:  Centos51 box also.
>>
>> What target is running on Centos? Is it IET or stgt or something else?
>>
>
> Oh yeah, are you doing anything on the target? Rebooting it? Changing
> the config? Adding or removing targets or portals?
>
> >
>


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