On 05/10/2011 05:11 AM, --[ UxBoD ]-- wrote:
As it would appear CentOS 6 is a while downstream before release we have
used 5.6 on a new server build. That uses kernel 2.6.18-238.9.1.el5
which is pretty darn old and has a nasty bug when working with iSCSI and
The open-iscsi code in rhel/centos 5 is pretty new. It is not that far
What is the bug? I know someone at red hat :) and can get them to fix it :)
What kernel and Open-iSCSI release would you recommend for a new server
I think the stable kernels have the iscsi kernel bug fixes ported to
them. For userspace tools, just use the current tools here
(sill do not have open-iscsi.org access).
Instead of the normal make just do
This will just only make the userspace tools and use the native kernels
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