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Old 11-04-2010, 03:23 PM   #1
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Angry iscsiadm records not found after restarting the service...

I am trying to setup ISCSI on a Server using Centos, I have configured everything already including the CHAP authentication.

When I restart the ISCSI service the records are not loaded automatically.

Any suggestions.

iscsiadm -m discovery -t st -p

this command discover the 4 targets of my MD3000i

but when I run the command

service iscsi restart

It tells me the iscsiadm no records found, so it doesnt login automatically. I did this on another server I am using to access the same LUN and this one is able to login automatically.

Am I missing something ?

Thank you and regards.


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