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The Open iSCSI versions are not consistent causes the S2600 can’t connect to the application server via the iSCSI.

Publication Date:  2012-11-23 Views:  26 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
The client can’t mount the hard disk via the iSCSI in a site. Execute the command “iscsiadm -m discovery -t st -p targetip”, they can find the initiator’s name, however, they can’t login via executing the command “iscsiadm –m node –p targetip –l”, and there prompts the iSCSI drive has problem.

Alarm Information
None
Handling Process
Step 1. Install the installation package in the first disk of the RedHat 5.0
Step 2. After completing the installation, execute the command “iscsiadm –m node –p targetip –l” to make the initiator effective.

Root Cause
1. Execute the command “iscsiadm -m discovery -t st -p targetip”, and then we can find the initiator’s name.
2. Execute the command “iscsiadm –m node –p targetip –l”, but we can’t login, and there prompts the iSCSI drive has problem.
From the two facts, we conclude it’s the Open iSCSI versions are not consistent that causes the S2600 can’t connect to the application server via the iSCSI.

Suggestions
The versions of the Open iSCSI should be accordant with the operating system’s version.


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