Using open-iscsi as initiator on ubuntu 9.04.

I want to set up virtual environment with iscsi target server which is
ubuntu based. On target decided to use single tid under which I create
multple LUN-s, which represent disks used by initiator which is KVM
server. One LUN becomes a disk used by one virtual machine on KVM

My problem is when I create new LUN on target (under same tid), this
LUN doesn't get recognized by initiator without restarting initiator
iscsi service. Which in return breaks all curently running machines on
KVM server.

I have seen same behaviour on Red Hat 5.1.

What is the common practice in this kind of environment. Do you create
new tid on target for every new disk?


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