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Re: RE: [Xen-devel] ANOUNCEMENT: Debian packages for xen built on 2004-08-19 bk source


Go here <http://www.zaal.org/iscsi/> for help on how to get the
linux-iscsi initiator to talk to the UNH target. You might also need
to apply the attached patch at
to the UNH target to get it to work with the Cisco initiator.

I managed to get the UNH and linux-iscsi (3.4.3) initiators to talk to
the UNH target. I ran the initiators both under Xen and on vanilla
Linux. However this was with a 2.4 kernel.

Also, any particular reason for running the targets under Xen?


----- Original Message -----
From: James Harper <jamesh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2004 21:14:39 +1000
Subject: RE: [Xen-devel] ANOUNCEMENT: Debian packages for xen built on
        2004-08-19 bk source
To: brianw@xxxxxxxxxxxx, Ian Pratt <ian.pratt@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Rik van Riel <riel@xxxxxxxxxx>, xen-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

I tried a combination 'iSCSI Enterprise Target'
(http://sourceforge.net/projects/iscsitarget/) (v0.2.6  but i think
0.3.0 is out now) + 'Linux-iSCSI Project'
(http://linux-iscsi.sourceforge.net/). Unfortunately, after finally
getting network booting working I found I was getting massive and
almost immediate filesystem corruption. Both are running under xen
which places a rather large number of variables into the equation, so
I have no idea what is causing what.
I'm now battling with unh-iscsi (http://unh-iscsi.sourceforge.net/)
which provides a target and an initiator, but looks like it needs a
bit of hand holding to get running (changes to .h files to modify
config, no init scripts, clumsy admin tools). It does support linux
2.6 though.
If I can get it working, i'll be trying the Linux-iSCSI initiator
against the unh-iscsi target tonight.

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