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Re: Connection to Discovery Address failed [EMCAX150SCi on RHEL4]

Matthew Henkler wrote:
> That seems to have fixed it.  I guess I wasn't clear on that fact, since
> Continuous was after DiscoveryAddress in the .conf file by default.

He he, yeah no problem. I look at that config stuff almost every day and
forget this fun stuff.

Did you say before you also had a performance problem? If so, was it
easy to reproduce and were there any log messages about a rejected pdu?
If someone still has that problem let me know. Send a ethereal trace of
when the problem occurs if possible. If not, I can send a patch to dump
some more info about the problem which will help debug it.

> Thanks for your help,
> matt
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mike Christie [mailto:michaelc@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
> Sent: Monday, January 15, 2007 2:57 PM
> To: Matthew Henkler
> Cc: linux-iscsi-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re:  Connection to Discovery Address failed
> [EMCAX150SCi on RHEL4]
> In your iscsi.conf file try:
> Continuous=No
> DiscoveryAddress=some_address
> Make sure you put the Continuous=No line
> before the discovery address and try it. This sets it for all discovery
> addresses after the definition.
> If you only want to set if for this one discovery address make sure you
> do it like this:
> DiscoveryAddress=some_address
> 	Continuous=No
> And add a tab here.

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