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Re: [Xen-users] flooding kernel.log

Sorry have no idea what 'iscsi' version it supports or not ...
am using 'iscsitarget-dkms' on debian wheezy. Using it on 4 hosts (same
soft level). The funny thing is ... the log flodding only comes up on 2
hosts (where I have 2 targets cause of having two 'vg' (vg0 and vg1) ....
on the other two hosts, where I have only one target (vg0)
so in a short overview:
host3 is using targets from 4, 5 and 6
host4 is using targets from 3, 5 and 6
host5 is using targets from 3, 4 and 6
host6 is using targets from 3, 4 and 5

so iscsi-target and open-iscsi should be 'compatible' right ?
And finally those messages should be on all hosts ... but they are only
on those hosts with 2 targets ...

I don't see interruptions or timeouts ...

Am 24.05.2016 um 08:23 schrieb Abdallah Jabbour:
> IET support older scsi2 protocol , I had this issue on ESXi 5 which is not 
> compatible with scsi2 and IET , only solution , if you have OpenFiler is to 
> purchase the advanced iscsi target plugin , which support scsi3 and 
> persistent reservation  , or switch to Linux LIO target which supports scsi3 
> and persistent reservation .
> Do you experience disconnection between the storage and the hosts ? if you 
> have heavy loads on the storage then you are going see some disconnections .

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