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Re: [Xen-users] can't disconnec iSCSI targets, please help

On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 7:44 PM, Rudi Ahlers <Rudi@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> So, iscsi logs out of the targets, and fdisk -l confirms it:

> But as soon as I restart iscsi, it logs back-in:

> Why?
> Or, how do I completely get rid of them?

This isn't related to Xen, so you'd have better luck asking on Centos
list, or (if you have support) ask Redhat.

If you're desperate, I seem to recall something being written to
/var/lib/iscsi. Deleting/moving away everything under nodes/ and
send_targets/ might be worth a shot (do so at your own risk though).

Another thing that might help, Googling "iscsi-initiator-utils prevent
auto login" gives
, search for "Delete Target and Disable Automatic Login" which might
help you  (also do so at your own risk).

Again, this isn't related to Xen, so if you still have problems better
ask on Centos list/forum,  open-iscsi list/forum, or buy Redhat


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