Mike Christie wrote:
 > When you kill iscsid, are there sessions running? If there are then when
> you run iscsid below you should not have to rerun your discovery command 
> and run the login command. iscsid basically looks at 
> /sys/class/iscsi_session and will logout those session and then relogin 
> to make sure they are in sync with iscsid and the kernel.
> If you are running the discovery command and login command below to 
> login into other targets then it is fine.


I can confirm that this works as you say using linux, however
with linux the iscsi disk breaks if I don't also call discovery.

I'm not sure why this is, but thought I would mention it.


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