Thanks. It's working on my test VM after running a #depmod -a However, after a reboot you have to do #depmod -a again. Then relogin your targets.
ext3 filesystem, noatime, read ahead set to 8K, Jumbo frames set to 9000. It's a few MB slower with standard frames. A quick 'dt' run with one GbE interface. r...@ubuntu-804-svr:/src/dt.d# ./dt of=/mnt/test/test.dt bs=8k pattern=0x3939393 9393939 disable=compare capacity=5G Write Statistics: Total records processed: 655360 @ 8192 bytes/record (8.000 Kbytes) Total bytes transferred: 5368709120 (5242880.000 Kbytes, 5120.000 Mbytes) Average transfer rates: 101181853 bytes/sec, 98810.403 Kbytes/sec Number I/O's per second: 12351.300 Total passes completed: 0/1 Total errors detected: 0/1 Total elapsed time: 00m53.06s Total system time: 00m16.00s Total user time: 00m00.13s Starting time: Wed Jul 15 17:52:35 2009 Ending time: Wed Jul 15 17:53:28 2009 Read Statistics: Total records processed: 655360 @ 8192 bytes/record (8.000 Kbytes) Total bytes transferred: 5368709120 (5242880.000 Kbytes, 5120.000 Mbytes) Average transfer rates: 109386901 bytes/sec, 106823.146 Kbytes/sec Number I/O's per second: 13352.893 Total passes completed: 1/1 Total errors detected: 0/1 Total elapsed time: 00m49.08s Total system time: 00m05.67s Total user time: 00m00.03s Starting time: Wed Jul 15 17:52:35 2009 Ending time: Wed Jul 15 17:54:17 2009 Total Statistics: Output device/file name: /mnt/test/test.dt (device type=regular) Type of I/O's performed: sequential (forward) Data pattern string used: '0x39393939393939' Data pattern read/written: 0x39337830 (data compare disabled) Total records processed: 1310720 @ 8192 bytes/record (8.000 Kbytes) Total bytes transferred: 10737418240 (10485760.000 Kbytes, 10240.000 Mbytes) Average transfer rates: 105124518 bytes/sec, 102660.662 Kbytes/sec Number I/O's per second: 12832.583 Total passes completed: 1/1 Total errors detected: 0/1 Total elapsed time: 01m42.14s Total system time: 00m21.67s Total user time: 00m00.16s Starting time: Wed Jul 15 17:52:35 2009 Ending time: Wed Jul 15 17:54:17 2009 On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 4:40 PM, Donald Williams <don.e.willi...@gmail.com> wrote: > > I'll try running depmod and see if that helps. > I'm not great a hacking Makefiles. I'll see what I can do. > I'm going to use a test VM this time though. Not my server. :-D > Thx. > > On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 4:25 PM, Mike Christie <micha...@cs.wisc.edu> wrote: >> >> Donald Williams wrote: >> > Mike, >> > >> > I decided to try the current repository version (as of 3PM, 7/15). Compiled >> > and installed w/o issue. Rebooted and I couldn't connect to my EQL targets. >> > The login process complained "no iSCSI driver". So I installed 2.0-871 >> > from the website tar ball. Rebooted, same problem. Tried an older kernel, >> > 2.6.24-23, came up fine. Installed (stupidly) the git version on that >> > kernel, reboot, couldn't log in either. Again, trying to downgrade failed. >> > Installed an even older kernel, 2.6.24-22 installed 871 from the tar ball, >> > that worked fine. Removed the modified kernels and re-installed one, >> > 2.6.24-24, then installed 871 from tar ball, works fine. >> > I'm running ubuntu 8.04 LTS. 2.6.24-24-generic kernel right from ubuntu. >> > >> > Is this anything you've seen? >> > >> > What I see in the log that's different is, non-working configs had these >> > errors. >> > >> > Jul 15 15:17:56 ietd-tape kernel: [ 73.760376] Loading iSCSI transport >> > class v2.0-871. >> > Jul 15 15:17:56 ietd-tape kernel: [ 73.789017] iscsi_tcp: Unknown symbol >> > iscsi_tcp_segment_done >> >> I think you or the Makefile just needs to run depmod. >> >> There is a new iscsi module, so there is now >> >> iscsi_tcp >> libiscsi_tcp >> libiscsi >> scsi_transport_iscsi >> >> The above error log messages indicated that you are using a newer >> iscsi_tcp module but the libiscsi_tcp is not getting loaded. >> >> I think we have been getting lucky and since the older modules were the >> same as the distro they got loaded right. Now with the new module we >> should probably add a depmod in the Makefile somewhere. Do you by any >> chance know how to hack Makefiles? >> >> >> > --~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "open-iscsi" group. To post to this group, send email to email@example.com To unsubscribe from this group, send email to open-iscsi+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com For more options, visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/open-iscsi -~----------~----~----~----~------~----~------~--~---