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Old 06-28-2010, 10:03 AM   #1
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Loading iscsi targets on reboot


I'm very new to FreeBSD, giving it a try to see how its ZFS works out. Anyways I've got disks attached via iscsi and can setup a zfs pool no problem. My question is, how do I get it to make sure the iscsi disks are visible on boot so zfs doesn't complain they are not there.

ie where could I stick "iscontrol -n targetName" to have it run
 
  


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