speedtoys.racing at gmail.com
Tue Jan 9 18:26:47 UTC 2007
That only works if the target comes up within the 2min window that
SCSI allows for. It won't wait forever.
On 1/9/07, Dan Nelson <dnelson at allantgroup.com> wrote:
> In the last episode (Jan 09), DAve said:
> > The developers response, for those who are interested.
> > hi Dave,
> > the initiator for iSCSI will hit stable/current real soon now.
> > that was the good news, now for the down side:
> > what was missing all along was recovery from network disconnects, so
> > while I think I have it almost worked out, I've come across a major
> > flow in the iscsi design:
> > when the targets crashes, and comes back, there is no way
> > to tell the client to run an fsck. This is not a problem if the
> > client is mounting the iscsi partition read only.
> > danny
> Why should the client need to do an fsck? From its point of view it
> should just look like the target had the iSCSI equivalent of a bus
> reset. It should resend any queued requests and continue.
> Dan Nelson
> dnelson at allantgroup.com
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