[Pkg-iscsi-maintainers] Bug#705162: iscsi_trgt: Kernel bug when squeeze iscsi-client reconnect after reboot.

Heiko Fiergolla { xmachina heiko.fiergolla at xmachina.de
Thu Apr 11 09:31:59 UTC 2013

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This messages I get from the wheeze Host who's runing primary as a
The iscsid run on the same Host too and show the connection fail to
the squeeze Host who's rebooted.

I've disables the iscsid on the wheeze box because it isn't important
for me right now. But this have no effect to the ietd crash.
After a reconnect of the squeeze Host, because it's rebooted, the ietd
at the wheeze box hangs and write a kerne bug to the log.

Maybe important to know is, it isn't possible to kill the ietd process
when it's hang.
The only way to restart the ietd is to reboot the wheeze Host.

Am 11.04.2013 10:37, schrieb Ritesh Raj Sarraf:
> On Wednesday 10 April 2013 10:43 PM, heiko wrote:
>> Apr 10 12:45:54 erna-5 kernel: [534048.645844]  connection1:0: 
>> ping timeout of 5 secs expired, recv timeout 5, last rx 133431 
>> 004, last ping 133432256, now 133433508 Apr 10 12:45:54 erna-5 
>> kernel: [534048.645938]  connection1:0: detected conn error 
>> (1011) Apr 10 12:45:56 erna-5 iscsid: Kernel reported iSCSI 
>> connection 1:0 error (1011 - ISCSI_ERR_CONN_FAILED: iSCSI 
>> connection fai
> Where do you get these error messages from?
> This states that the connection failed for some reason, could be a 
> network problem or something else. I see the ietd and iscsid error
> messages on the same box. So it is unclear to me who is throwing
> these messages and what does your setup look like.

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