[CentOS] iscsi and the last mile...
Ross S. W. Walker
RWalker at medallion.com
Wed Aug 20 16:29:53 UTC 2008
Scott R. Ehrlich wrote:
> I have a new Dell PowerEdge 2950 running CentOS 5.0
> out-of-box and a Dell MD3000i. I am new to iscsi and, with
> google and included documentation, am having a heck of a
> time trying to get the RAID volumes I have created on the
> 3000i to be seen by the OS as usuable drives. have printed
> out SMcli and iscsiadm documentation.
> I have asked on the linux-poweredge at dell.com site, too.
> Many leads, but there is something - be it a command,
> setting, or whatever else, that is just eluding me.
> How do I get the RAID devices seen on my C 5.0 box?
> The setup is currently on an isolated LAN and has no valuable
> data - all testing and experimenting by me, for now, to learn
> how it works, before putting it into production.
> Thanks for any and all leads.
How do you have your open-iscsi setup on your CentOS box?
Did you define any LUN masks or CHAP authentication on the
The MD3000i has multiple iSCSI interfaces for fail-over mode,
did you install the dm-multipath? How is that setup?
Need the info...
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