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Re: After discovery, how do I create sessions?



Marc Singer wrote:
I'm using the iscsi-tcp module in linux-2.6.15.6 and the
linux-iscsi-5.0.0.0.3rc6-36 user space tools.  The targets are on a
third-party iSCSI device used as an archiver and tape backup system.
I think that this device may be running BSD.

Discovery seems to work:

 # iscsiadm -m discovery --type sendtargets --portal=10.10.11.48
 [027515] 10.10.11.48:3260,1 eui.000b560000004285
 [027516] 10.10.11.48:3260,1 eui.000b560000004286

 # iscsiadm -m node
 [027515] 10.10.11.48:3260,1 eui.000b560000004285
 [027516] 10.10.11.48:3260,1 eui.000b560000004286


After this, you should do the login command:

iscsiadm -m node -r 027515 -l
iscsiadm -m node -r 027516 -l

or you could jsut do:

iscsiadm -m discovery --type sendtargets --portal=10.10.11.48 -l


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