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Old 4th July 2017
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Default How to use iscsid

Hello,

I'am trying to setup the iscsid(8) daemon.

My iscsi.conf(5) look like this:

Code:
> cat /etc/iscsi.conf
target "test" {
        enabled
        discovery
        initiatoraddr 10.90.82.30
        targetaddr 10.90.254.93
}
After starting the service, i see this:

Code:
> iscsictl show summary
Initiator: ISID base 8040cad5 qalifier b231

Session 'test':
    SessionType: discovery      MaxConnections: 0
    TargetAddr: 10.90.254.93:iscsi
    InitiatorName: iqn.1995-11.org.openbsd.iscsid:hv01
    InitiatorAddr: 10.90.82.30
command successful
As mentionned on the man page, i configured the daemon in discovery mode to enumerate the available volumes.

Where the available volumes are listed ? I tried different configuration but i don't see any target listed.

Thanks you.
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Old 4th July 2017
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I am running OpenBSD 6.1:

Code:
> dmesg | head
OpenBSD 6.1 (GENERIC.MP) #20: Sat Apr  1 13:45:56 MDT 2017
    deraadt@amd64.openbsd.org:/usr/src/sys/arch/amd64/compile/GENERIC.MP
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Old 5th July 2017
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Finaly i found how with tshark and analyzing response from SAN.

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