Detailed results are mailed to you mike.It is an excel table.I
couldn't paste it here.

Vaguely,We could conclude that if CRC32C was there @ "iscsid.conf",it
was unable to recover the connection.Disks show "blocked" for many
time after which they become "running" but iSCSI connection state
remains "REOPEN" making disks inaccessible.

Is that if authentication given on target side(uni/bi) then use
"CRC32C" in "iscsid.conf"
If no authentication,then use "None" in "iscsid.conf"

"CRC32C,None" and "None,CRC32C" options behaviour looks similar.

Which one we should go for out of these 4 and when are these used?
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