Ulrich Windl wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I'm still deaing with HP MPX100 connectivity. When starting iSCSI (open-iscsi-
> 2.0.707-0.32, SLES10 SP1) I see the message:
> iscsiadm: no records found!

To set that up, you need to do discovery

iscsiadm -m discovery -t st -p $ip_of_target


> 
> In syslog I see a message
> iscsid: an InitiatorAlias= is required, but was not found in 
> /etc/iscsi/initiatorname.iscsi

That is a bad error message with older tools. You do not need a alias. 
You only need a InitiatorName. In newer versions you will not see that.

> 
> That file has (besides comments) only a "InitiatorName=" line in it. I could 
> not 
> find any documentation on this specific file, nor do I know what that alias 
> is 
> used for or should look like.
> 
> How essential is the "Alias" for proper operation (The initiator could log 
> into 
> the target? What would the valid syntax or convention be? (Sorry, newbe)
> 

This one is my fault for bad coding. Ignore the message.

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