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Old 01-24-2012, 12:32 PM   #1
Ser Olmy
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LIO pscsi target


I'm trying to set up a LIO scsi passthrough target, but can't seem to figure out the syntax of the tcm_node command.

I have an Ultrium tape drive I'd like to export as an iSCSI target. Normally, I'd just use SCST, but I thought I'd give LIO a try since it's in the kernel.

lsscsi shows the drive as "8:0:0:0":

Code:
[8:0:0:0]    tape    HP       Ultrium 3-SCSI   Q24D  /dev/st0
I've tried to create a TCM/pSCSI object with:

Code:
tcm_node --pscsi=pscsi_8/tape0 0:0:0
...but this returns "IOError: [Errno 19] No such device" (at the bottom of a traceback, tcm_node is a Python script).

The LIO modules are loaded (target_code_mod, target_core_iblock, target_core_pscsi, target_core_file, iscsi_target_mod). What am I missing here?
 
  


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