On 06/26/2009 06:08 AM, Stefan wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> I want to have multiple clients with same iscsi content. Do I need then a
> cluster filesyststem? Should I use same "target iqn" on each client?

Yeah, you would need a cluster filesystem or something else that 
controls access to the disk.

> Could not find a google entry how to do it.
> In the moment I have an ext3 on it. When I want to write to that device a get
> a read only filesystem. How to mount it read write?
>
> my fstab:
> /dev/sdc5     /mnt/iscsi-san      ext3    _netdev 0       0
>
>
> What is the best way todo all these things?
>
> Can someone help?
> BTW. Is there a open-iscsi IRQ?
>

Do you mean IRQ as in interrupt handler?

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