Omko wrote:
> Hi, I am new to this group, and I am not sure if this reply will show
> up under the correct thread.
> Anyway, since I have solve this issue (boot error: iscsi: can not
> broadcast skb) for my situation I want to share my sollution with you
> people.
> 
> 
> edit /etc/init.d/reboot
> line 21 says: reboot -d -f -i
> remove -i, so the line looks like: reboot -d -f
> 
> this will probably solve it.
> 
> the man reboot page says this:
> -i     Iterates configured network interfaces and brings them down
> before shutting down.  On Linux, this  is unnecessary as the kernel
> will do this anyway.
> 
> So i figured it would be save to remove the -i option.
> 
> please mind that you will experience the same problem when you try to
> shutdown the system.
> if you want to fix this also you will need to edit /etc/init.d/halt
> line 57 and remove -i again.
> 
> 

Thanks for the post. What distro are you using? For Fedora and other Red 
Hat based distros we did this. If maybe we can get other distros to do 
the same or at least make a note in the documentation that if you are 
using distroX you need to do this it might help.

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