[Pkg-iscsi-maintainers] Bug#584999: open-iscsi: no diagnostic of broken targets

Ritesh Raj Sarraf rrs at debian.org
Wed Jun 9 20:14:12 UTC 2010

On Thursday 10 Jun 2010 01:29:57 Michal Suchanek wrote:
> > You can always be logged into the target, for example, to test if the
> > auth models are working or not. It does not have to reflect a device
> > appearance on the initiator.
> And then you if no device appears how do I determine why it did not
> appear?

You need to check on the target if there's any LUN associated for your 
initiator's IQN.
> I don't see any option for listing a target's luns so there is no way to
> tell if the targets has no luns or attaching the target failed in some
> unusual way.

The initiator should not be allowed to see a listing of all of the target's 
LUNs. It should only be allowed to see if there are LUNs available for it.

You need to diagnose that in the target's logs. If there are LUNs on the 
target but are not part of the IQN of your initiator, you will not see any 
> > Nothing to do with the initiator.
> Except it attaches the luns to the system. Otherwise it is completely
> unrelated to the target and its luns.

I don't understand this part. You login and see LUNs on the initiator ?

Ritesh Raj Sarraf | http://people.debian.org/~rrs
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