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How can I connect to iSCSI target from Linux console?
First you need to discover targets under portal IP address: iscsiadm mode discovery type sendtargets portal # Replace with Your portal IP address Login, must use a node record id found by the discovery: iscsiadm mode node targetname portal...
rating 29 Jun, 2010 Views: 15585
How to configure Windows 2008 Cluster with DSS iSCSI ?
Please refer to the attached how-to. Please note this functionality is not available prior to DSSV6.
rating 22 Jan, 2010 Views: 4038
How to solve error "check_segment_length(1587) data too long"?
Problem:   I’m getting many of the following errors, when connecting to the iSCSI target while using my DSS V6 and Windows 2008.   check_segment_length(1587) data too long 102 30620 8192   Solution:   This error could appear not only with V6, but with iSCSI-R3 and DSS V5. To...
rating 29 Sep, 2009 Views: 3036
Why I can not access my data thru my VMware after I ran an update?
Problem: I was running a V5 demo, and I purchased a V6 license, but after booting from the V6, I can see the targets in the VMware machine but can not see the data inside. Any idea? Solution: Make sure to change the iSCSI solution. DSS V5 use "IETD iSCSI" as default, and in V6 its SCST. You...
rating 31 Jul, 2009 Views: 2772
How can I reset iSCSI connection for my Windows 2003 cluster to perform correctly?
Problem: We have a windows 2003 cluster running for a client and are using Open-e as the SAN for this client. When we test failover of the cluster such as just powering off one of the servers in the cluster the cluster fails to failover properly until we go into the SAN (Open-E) and force a...
rating 01 Jun, 2009 Views: 3608
iSCSI Failover Primary server drops connection when secondary server goes down
Symptom: If in the event two DSS servers are configured in a iSCSI Failover (HA cluster) and SECONDARY server goes down (logically...
rating 29 Apr, 2009 Views: 4465
Recover a corrupted iSCSI volume.
Problem: Windows show the iSCSI volume that was formatted with NTFS as unformatted. Solution: User were able to recover the data by running GetDataBack for NTFS
rating 26 Mar, 2009 Views: 9021
How can I fix "Check_segment_length(1587) data too long" error message?
Symptom: Recieving "Check_segment_length(1587) data too long 0 786433 819" error message Problem: System need to be configured to accept large data segments. Solution: 1. From the console, press CTRL+ALT+W, 2. Select Tuning options -> iSCSI daemon options -> Target options, 3. Select...
rating 03 Mar, 2009 Views: 5630
I'm getting cmd_abort (1143) or cmnd_abort(1143) errors in my iSCSI system.
Symptom:  The logs are reporting cmd_abort (1143) errors. Problem:  Not critical.  Related to performance.   The iSCSI command is timing out during data transfer.  Common when using VMWare ESX; with ESX, the initiator is sending an unknown command to the...
rating 27 Feb, 2009 Views: 7050
Problems mounting iSCSI LUN
Symptom: I was able to previously mount an iSCSI target and get an /dev/sdb, I am trying to mount another LUN and it does not work. Problem: Verify that you have added the LUN to the iSCSI target. Solution: First step. Get an iSCSI initiator...
rating 25 Feb, 2009 Views: 6235

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