Hi Mike,

Mike Christie wrote:
> Olaf, I think this might be a bug in the open-iscsi version that they 
> suse took. To avoid the error you can just do
> iscsiadm -m node -I iser -o delete
> after you have done discovery. This will remove the invalid iser records 
> so that on startup you should not see the error below.
> Or when you do discovery you can do
> iscsiadm -m discovery -t st -p ip -I default
> which will force iscsiadm to ignore iser.

Thanks a lot. And thanks for the explanation.
I will try.


Olaf Gellert
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