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iSCSI with Fedora Core 4



I just installed linux-iscsi-4.0.2 on Fedora Core 4 with the 2.6.12 kernel. After I issue a "service iscsi start" I get the the following message from the messages log:

Sep  9 14:30:52 test kernel: iscsi-sfnet: Control device major number 254
Sep 9 14:31:49 test kernel: iscsi-sfnet: 4:0.2 (15-Mar-2005) built for Linux 2.6.12-1.1447_FC4
Sep  9 14:31:49 test kernel: iscsi-sfnet: Control device major number 254
Sep  9 14:31:49 test iscsid[21561]: version 4:0.2 variant (15-Mar-2005)
Sep  9 14:31:49 test iscsid[21565]: Connected to Discovery Address 10.22.1.1
Sep  9 14:31:49 test kernel: iscsi-sfnet:host0: Session established
Sep  9 14:31:49 test kernel: scsi0 : SFNet iSCSI driver
Sep  9 14:31:49 test kernel: iscsi-sfnet:host1: Session established
Sep  9 14:31:49 test kernel: scsi1 : SFNet iSCSI driver
Sep 9 14:31:49 test kernel: Vendor: JetStor Model: III SATA Rev: 610a Sep 9 14:31:49 test kernel: Type: Direct-Access ANSI SCSI revision: 04
Sep  9 14:31:49 test kernel: iscsi-sfnet:host2: Session established
Sep  9 14:31:49 test kernel: iscsi-sfnet:host3: Session established
Sep 9 14:31:49 test kernel: Vendor: JetStor Model: III SATA Rev: 610a Sep 9 14:31:49 test kernel: Type: Direct-Access ANSI SCSI revision: 04
Sep  9 14:31:49 test kernel: scsi2 : SFNet iSCSI driver
Sep  9 14:31:49 test kernel: scsi3 : SFNet iSCSI driver
Sep 9 14:31:49 test kernel: Vendor: Raid Inc Model: X28-F16F Rev: 342B Sep 9 14:31:49 test kernel: Type: Direct-Access ANSI SCSI revision: 04 Sep 9 14:31:49 test kernel: Vendor: JetStor Model: Volume Set # 00 Rev: R001

but when I do an iscsi-ls it shows this:
[root@test log]# iscsi-ls
*******************************************************************************
SFNet iSCSI Driver Version ...4:0.2(15-Mar-2005)
*******************************************************************************
[root@test log]#

Anyone have any suggestions to why the drives are not showing when I issue an iscsi-ls?

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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