On Tue, Oct 14, 2008 at 11:53:25AM +0200, Mega Mailingliste wrote:
> Hi dudes,
> i've got a problem with iscsid (2.0-868) under centos (5.2) and a infortrend
> iscsi san (s12e-r1132-4).
> After mapping some partitions of a logical volume to our server, I can login
> via iscsiadm to this luns. The problem is that udev (or anything else, but I
> think it's udev) won't make a mapping from /dev/sgx to /dev/sdx, thus I

The sg devices are very different from the sd ones. Or when you say mappings are
you referring to the /sys/block/sdX/device/generic link? (and vice-versa)? That 
the kernel constructing those.

> can't mount that device. I have no idea why :/

You can't mount the /dev/sdX device? Or is it that the /dev/sdX don't exist but
only the /dev/sgX show up? Can you provide the 'lsscsi -v' output?

> Some strange behavior before was, that I've got the same problem on another
> test server, but after some reboots the block-device /dev/sdx exists.
> Cheers
> Martin

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