On 06/15/2009 03:50 AM, Philippe wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Sorry I put I faulty message as comment of the previous one ... that I
> have supress (not true to bad work)
>
> So, I have tested with an external targets (not loopback) to confirm
> the fault ... so iscsid crash with a segmentation fault at iscsiadl
> login request.
> here after the iscsid debug (-d 8) output :
> ***********************************************
> iscsid: poll result 1
> iscsid: in read_transports
> iscsid: Adding new transport tcp
> iscsid: sysfs_attr_get_value: open '/class/iscsi_transport/
> tcp'/'handle'
>
> iscsid: sysfs_attr_get_value: new uncached attribute '/sys/class/
> iscsi_transport/tcp/handle'
>
> iscsid: sysfs_attr_get_value: add to cache '/sys/class/iscsi_transport/
> tcp/handle'
>
> iscsid: sysfs_attr_get_value: cache '/sys/class/iscsi_transport/tcp/
> handle' with attribute value '3205103464'
>
> iscsid: sysfs_attr_get_value: open '/class/iscsi_transport/tcp'/'caps'
>
> iscsid: sysfs_attr_get_value: new uncached attribute '/sys/class/
> iscsi_transport/tcp/caps'
>
> iscsid: sysfs_attr_get_value: add to cache '/sys/class/iscsi_transport/
> tcp/caps'
>
> iscsid: sysfs_attr_get_value: cache '/sys/class/iscsi_transport/tcp/
> caps' with attribute value '0x39'
>
> iscsid: Matched transport tcp
>
> iscsid: Allocted session 0x413f0
> iscsid: no authentication configured...
> iscsid: resolved 192.168.1.108 to 192.168.1.108
> iscsid: get conn context 0x48838
> iscsid: set TCP recv window size to 524288, actually got 262142
> iscsid: set TCP send window size to 524288, actually got 262142
> iscsid: connecting to 192.168.1.108:3260
> iscsid: sched conn context 0x48838 event 2, tmo 0
> iscsid: thread 0x48838 schedule: delay 0 state 3
> iscsid: Setting login timer 0x467a8 timeout 15
> iscsid: thread 0x467a8 schedule: delay 60 state 3
> iscsid: exec thread 00048838 callback
> iscsid: put conn context 0x48838
> iscsid: connected local port 42613 to 192.168.1.108:3260
> iscsid: in kcreate_session
> iscsid: in __kipc_call
> iscsid: in kwritev
> Segmentation fault
> ************************************************************
> hereafter the iscsiadm request (after a good discovery)
> ************************************************************
> [~] # iscsiadm -m node
> 192.168.1.108:3260,1 iqn.2009-03..site:32a27b02-01b1-4fa1-
> ab5d-8585d7a53c95
> [~] # iscsiadm -m node -T iqn.2009-03..site:32a27b02-01b1-4fa1-
> ab5d-8585d7a53c95 -p 192.168.1.108 -l
> Logging in to [iface: default, target: iqn.2009-03..site:
> 32a27b02-01b1-4fa1-ab5d-8585d7a53c95, portal: 192.168.1.108,3260]
> iscsiadm: got read error (0/0), daemon died?
> iscsiadm: Could not login to [iface: default, target: iqn.
> 2009-03..site:32a27b02-01b1-4fa1-ab5d-8585d7a53c95, portal:
> 192.168.1.108,3260]:
> iscsiadm: initiator reported error (18 - could not communicate to
> iscsid)

This failed, because iscsid crashed. iscsid crashed because the kernel oops.

When you used the loopback maybe we did not connect and so we never even 
got this far. Above using a real target we at least made the tcp/ip 
connection. We oopsd just trying to talk to the kernel when we wanted to 
tell it to create some structs.

Are you using gcc? Was there some bug in the network code on arm?

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