On Tue, Jul 08, 2008 at 12:21:58PM +0200, Marc Aymerich wrote:
> 
> Hi konrad, thanks for your response!
> 
> > Did you set your MD3000i to authenticate against your IQN or IP?
> 
> For connect disks I use this comand:
> 
> iscsiadm -m node -targetname iqn.2005-02.au.com.empresa:san.200G.samba
> -p 192.168.1.110 -l
> 
> >
> > Is the disc you are seeing called 'Xplector something.." ?
>       
> indeed I am seeing two disks, but only one of them is 'valid'. The
> other I think is the "Xplector something .." This is the output of
> lshw.
> 
>         *-disk:1
>              description: SCSI Disk
>              product: MD3000i
>              vendor: DELL
>              physical id: 0.0.1
>              bus info: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:0.0.1
>              logical name: /dev/sdc
>              version: 0670
>              serial: 85R006R
>              size: 136GiB (146GB)
>              capacity: 136GiB (146GB)
>              capabilities: 7200rpm partitioned partitioned:dos
>              configuration: ansiversion=5 signature=a4bbe41c
>            *-volume
>                 description: Linux filesystem partition
>                 physical id: 1
>                 bus info: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:0.0.1,1
>                 logical name: /dev/sdc1
>                 version: 3.6
>                 serial: 0ad97536-93ba-46dd-b607-ad47706be311
>                 size: 136GiB
>                 capacity: 136GiB
>                 capabilities: primary journaled reiserfs initialized
>                 configuration: filesystem=reiserfs hash=r5 state=unclean
>         *-disk:2
>              description: SCSI Disk
>              product: Universal Xport
>              vendor: DELL
>              physical id: 0.0.1f
>              bus info: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:0.0.31
>              logical name: /dev/sdd
>              version: 0670
>              serial: 85R006R
>              size: 20MiB (20MB)
>              capacity: 20MiB (20MB)
>              capabilities: 7200rpm
>              configuration: ansiversion=5
> 
> 
>       
> I am unaware of the iscsi, allow me a silly question, an initiator can
> connect with more than one disc? I ask because the target MD3000i

Yes.

> doesn't let me put the same initiator in more than one disk. Is this
> normal?

I think you are confusing how the MD3000i shows the data. You want to
assign LUNs to your "disk". Look in the manual on how to do this.

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