On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 3:32 PM, Fajar A. Nugraha <list@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 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:
>> 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
I didn't know if it was related to the XEN kernel, since many of the
google search results that I read had a XEN kernel installed.
But, your tip helped. I had to remove the entries from
So, the problem is no solved, thank you :)
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