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Old 12-30-2008, 12:38 PM   #1
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which /dev is which iscsi volume


I just created 8 4 TB volumes. How can I find a mapping of which /dev/sd* device is which iscsi volume?

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Interesting question.

I'd have looked at "kudzu -p" and /proc/scsi directory for info since I've not used iscsi.

This man page suggests there is a /dev/iscsi for mapping /dev/sd* devices to iscsi but it assumes use of this iscsi driver and I don't know if that is the case but it seems worth a look. It also mentions a configuration file at the end.


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