Hello,

I've encountered too many cases of people thinking the iscsi-iname
command, just like ifconfig, displays the currently configured IQN,
not being aware that, in fact, it generates a new IQN.
The man page (Debian-supplied, not in open-iscsi git) describes it
best, but the --help string is absolutely misleading or even wrong.

Here's my patch, that changes the wording to something similar to the
Debian's man page:
diff --git a/utils/iscsi-iname.c b/utils/iscsi-iname.c
index 7cf0e7a..80fc1d1 100644
--- a/utils/iscsi-iname.c
+++ b/utils/iscsi-iname.c
@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ main(int argc, char *argv[])
                prefix = argv[1];
                if (( strcmp(prefix, "-h") == 0 ) ||
                    ( strcmp(prefix, "--help") == 0 )) {
-                       printf("\nDisplays the iSCSI initiator name
\n");
+                       printf("\nGenerates a unique iSCSI node name
on every invocation\n"
                        exit(0);
                } else if ( strcmp(prefix, "-p") == 0 ) {
                        prefix = argv[2];


Best Regards,

Oren Held
Host-side development
IBM-XIV Storage

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