> One more question analogues to this.
> Suppose I login to 1st target from machine 30.12,it was having node
> authentication.so I saved its credentials in iscsid.conf and then I
> fired the discovery command followed by login command.It was
> successful and those credentials also got stored in nodes and
> send_targets.
> Then if I want to login to 2nd target which is also having node
> authentication from same machine,I am overwriting same iscsid.conf
> file.So I am loosing my previous credentials from iscsid.conf.Also
> after discovery,I am loosing previous target information from nodes
> and send_targets.

You should not loose the node and send_targets info if you pass in the 
-o new flag.

> So solution would be maintaining separate iscsid.conf files per logged
> in target.Can I do that here?


> ietd allows to read from different configuration file.right?
> On Apr 28, 9:19 am, HIMANSHU <makhu...@yahoo.co.in> wrote:
>> Thank you very much Mike for all this.
>> Can you please give me the test src rpm for CentOS 5.4?
>> On Apr 27, 8:50 pm, Mike Christie <micha...@cs.wisc.edu> wrote:
>>> HIMANSHU wrote:
>>>> I am now having 'iscsi-initiator-utils-' and
>>>> performed the steps mentioned in my last post.
>>>> Still after when I discover using 'iscsiadm -m discovery -t
>>>> sendtargets -p -o new -o
>>>>  delete',nodes and sendtargets entries gets overwritten.
>>> Sorry, sorry, my fault. I was looking up the current devel version. In
>>> RHEL 5.3/CentO35.3 and below there is no fix.
>>> You have to use the upstream code. I can also give you a test src rpm I
>>> am working on for RHEL 5.4/CentOs 5.4 if you want? It has the change needed.
> > 

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