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Old 06-05-2009, 05:00 AM   #1
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LXer: Configuring iSCSI initiator on Red Hat Linux 4 and 5

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I was configuring iSCSI initiator in one of our Red Hat Linux 4 server, couple of weeks ago, after a day's work at last I became successful. Ohhh thank GOD. Last week again I have asked to configure iSCSI on Red Hat Linux 5 server I was cool, I already did this on RHEL 4, but after installing the package on RHEL 5 and looking at configuration file takes my breath away, a completely new configuration file not even able to compare with RHEL4. Ohhhh GOD help me. Again after a days work I was successful sharing my work with you guys it may helpful to you.



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