Jeff Q wrote

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> with the following repeating pretty frequently:
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> Sep 17 13:09:56 afsbackup kernel: ping timeout of 5 secs expired, last
> rx 4316722054, last ping 4316721118, now 4316724554
> Sep 17 13:09:56 afsbackup kernel:  connection6:0: iscsi: detected conn
> error (1011)
> Sep 17 13:09:56 afsbackup iscsid: semop up failed 22
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> I've read that the "semop failed" can be resolved if i were to enable
> CHAP authentication and include the log-in information in the /etc/
> iscsi/iscsi.conf file, but I'm trying to take CHAP out of the picture.

You can ignore the semop error. It is not related.

> Any suggestions?  Would the newer version of open-iscsi solve the

You could just turn off nops. Use these values.

node.conn[0].timeo.noop_out_interval = 0
node.conn[0].timeo.noop_out_timeout = 0

A newer version might help. Some reporters have reported a change we did 
to the nop code has fixed the problem. You could try the 
code, but I do not think it compiles on SLES10.

> issue?  If so, any idea when SLES10 will have an RPM, or the version
> will be compilable?
> Thanks for any help you can give me.
> -Jeff
> > 

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