Ben Lake wrote: > Hah! Sometimes all it takes is another set of eyes. Score one for > obvious. Thanks Mike. > > As far as the automatic login, I did set it in the conf. Then I logged > out of the target and restarted the service. It said "Logging into > targets" or something similar and then spit out the "no records found" > message. > > So I assumed my issues were all related. We know that isn't the case :) > > You said something about using discovery mode to automatically login?
Not me. > like iscsiadm -m discovery -l? Would that not work regardless of the > config setting? It should. It is iscsiadm -m discovery -t st -p ip -l > > Thanks again! > > Mike Christie wrote: >> Ben Lake wrote: >>> Hello all, >>> >>> Before I ask anything I'd like to say thank you to all the devs. I >>> appreciate the existence of your project and your hard work! >>> >>> Now I've got a little situation which should hopefully be chalked up >>> to my newb status with open-iscsi. >>> >>> Per the snippet below I can't seem to manually login directly to a >>> single target. Every time I try I get "iscsiadm: no records found!". >>> Whether I use the target name, portal, or both. As you can see I have >>> a discovery entry for the portal, and I have a target entry in the >>> node table. The only way I can login to this target is with a blanket >>> node login. It does work. The other interesting bit is when I set the >>> config to auto connect to all targets on startup, that did _not_ >>> work. So apparently the auto connect doesn't use the blanket node >>> login mechanism or some such. Any thoughts or flames are appreciated :P >>> >>> Thanks again! >>> >>> --- snip --- >>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ sudo iscsiadm -m discovery >>> 10.0.0.11:3260 via sendtargets >>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ sudo iscsiadm -m node >>> 10.0.0.11:3260,1 ign.2002-07.com.archose:3t.r5.0 >> >> Normally the name of the target starts with "iqn". A "Q" instead of a >> "G" like above. Below you use a "Q", which is probably why it is not >> working. Sometimes you also drop parts of the name. >> >>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ sudo iscsiadm -m node -T >>> iqn.2002-07.com.archose:3t.r5.0 -p 10.0.0.11:3260 -l >> >> If the target has a "G" in the node db, then you need to pass it a "G" >> here. This has a "Q" in the iqn. >> >>> iscsiadm: no records found! >>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ sudo iscsiadm -m node -T iqn.2002-07.com.archose -p >> >> This one will not work because it is misspelled. It is missing the end >> part ":3t.r5.0", and you need to use a "G" like in the node db. >> >>> 10.0.0.11:3260 -l >>> iscsiadm: no records found! >>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ sudo iscsiadm -m discovery -P 1 >>> SENDTARGETS: >>> DiscoveryAddress: 10.0.0.11,3260 >>> Target: ign.2002-07.com.archose:3t.r5.0 >>> Portal: 10.0.0.11:3260,1 >>> Iface Name: default >>> iSNS: >>> No targets found. >>> STATIC: >>> No targets found. >>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ sudo iscsiadm -m session -P 1 >>> iscsiadm: No active sessions. >>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ sudo iscsiadm -m node -T iqn.2002-07.com.archose -l >> >> This one is just mispelled. No ending. >> >>> iscsiadm: no records found! >>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ sudo iscsiadm -m node -l >>> Login session [iface: default, target: ign.2002-07.com.archose:3t.r5.0, >> >> See this has a "G". So you need to use a "G" or fix it on the target >> so it is spelled like how you want. >> >> >>> portal: 10.0.0.11,3260] >> >> >> For the automatic login, how are you settting the automatic login? By >> setting it in /etc/iscsi/iscsid.conf then running discovery or did you >> run the iscsiadm in update mode to set the setting? If the latter >> maybe you had it mispelled so it did not get picked up. >> >> >> >> --~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "open-iscsi" group. To post to this group, send email to email@example.com To unsubscribe from this group, send email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] For more options, visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/open-iscsi -~----------~----~----~----~------~----~------~--~---