Re: ISCSI boot



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On 05/18/2012 02:51 PM, James Devine wrote:
I have some servers that can boot from iscsi so I thought I would give
it a shot. I see in the ubuntu install that I have the option to
install to an iscsi target, so I added the target during the ubuntu
install which exposes an 8gb partition and chose it for the / mount
using ext4. I can erase this partition and in doing so I can see lots
of iscsi traffic through the use of tcpdump on the iscsi target server,
but when I try to install to it, there is very little traffic, a couple
small packets every 5 seconds or so and the install has been sitting at
33% for over an hour. Any idea what I might be doing wrong?

I don't know, what could be wrong, but you might be able to get some
clues by switching to virtual terminals (Ctrl-Alt-FN). One of them will
be "tailing" a log, and other should allow you to login, sudo, take a
look at processes etc.

Sarunas

http://math.dartmouth.edu/~sarunas

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