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Old 08-27-2010, 01:07 PM   #1
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How to set iscsi transport_name to iser


I'm running iSCSI on Oracle Enterprise Server 5 update 5. It currently defaults to using TCP as the transport_name, but I need to change that to iSER.

I know how to do this for each initiator, but there are over 100 per grid node!!

Where can I set node.transport_name to default to using iSER instead of TCP???

Thanks, Danté



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