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Konrad Rzeszutek wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 12:10:40PM +0100, Lars Schimmer wrote:
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>> shyam_i...@dell.com wrote:
>>> That is the 20 MB access Lun used for in-band management with the MD3000i 
>>> controller. Its not a proper scsi LUN so you might want those error 
>>> messages.
>> Yes, but why do I see two of them and NO configured LUN with 2000 GB?
>>> You could also choose not have it exposed to the host (in your case the 
>>> debian server) by editing the Host to virtual disk mappings using either 
>>> the MDSM management GUI or CLI.
>> I tried to, but they are still discoverd by my linux system.
>> I changed the access to the LUN 31 in the GUI management tool to
>> "storage array" and no more any other servers, but the server still got
>> the 2 20MB LUN 31, but not the LUN 0, on which the configured 2000GB
>> virtual drive ist.
> That would imply your initiator is not authorized for the data disk. Is the
> disk in the right mapping for the initiator?

Thanks for some tips.
With the help of a friend I've redone open-iscsi on the debian server
and the setup on the MD3000i. Now it works with plain debian packages
and I do not see the LUN 31 anymore.
Sometimes a bit of rubberducking helps a lot.

Lars Schimmer
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