Hello all, With original "old" ZFS iSCSI implementation there was a "shareiscsi" property for the zvols to be shared out, and I believe all configuration pertinent to the iSCSI server was stored in the pool options (I may be wrong, but I'd expect that given that ZFS-attribute-based configs were deigned to atomically import and share pools over various protocols like CIFS and NFS).
With COMSTAR which is more advanced and performant, all configs seem to be in the OS config files and/or SMF service properties - not in the pool in question. Does this mean that importing a pool with iSCSI zvols on a fresh host (LiveCD instance on the same box, or via failover of shared storage to a different host) will not be able to automagically share the iSCSI targets the same way as they were known in the initial OS that created and shared them - not until an admin defines the same LUNs and WWN numbers and such, manually? Is this a correct understanding (and does the problem exist indeed), or do I (hopefully) miss something? Thanks, //Jim Klimov _______________________________________________ zfs-discuss mailing list email@example.com http://mail.opensolaris.org/mailman/listinfo/zfs-discuss