Christine Tran wrote:
> roush wrote:
>> Sun Cluster plans to support an iSCSI disk as a quorum device.
>> Sun Cluster accesses the iSCSI disk early in the boot process.
>> When the iSCSI disk is on the same subnet as the cluster machines,
>> things work. When the iSCSI disk is on a different subnet
>> the system cannot find the iSCSI disk (ENXIO). However,
>> after Solaris is fully up we have no access problems.
>> Solaris automatically boots up zones in many configurations.
>> The point at which Solaris boots zones is later, so
>> you may or may not hit this problem. I would be
>> interested to hear whether you encounter this problem or not.
> Hi Ellard,
> No, I have not encountered this problem. The targets mount just in time
> for my zones. But it sounds to me like a dependency on
> svc:/network/routing/route:default for cluster could help this along?
We have dependencies upon routing.
However, this dependency only let's us know when
initialization of routing started and does not
tell us when things are ready. iSCSI hides
the fact that a network is involved, which
complicated solving this issue. But we are working on it.
Thanks for the information. This helps confirm that
we have a startup ordering problem.
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