[Bug 193043] New: Connect of iscsi target does not create /dev/ad node

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https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=193043

            Bug ID: 193043
           Summary: Connect of iscsi target does not create /dev/ad node
           Product: Base System
           Version: 10.0-RELEASE
          Hardware: Any
                OS: Any
            Status: Needs Triage
          Severity: Affects Only Me
          Priority: ---
         Component: kern
          Assignee: freebsd-bugs at FreeBSD.org
          Reporter: day1234 at hotmail.com

I am installing FreeBSD v10.0 (r268785) on a new machine and need to use iSCSI
for some external storage. The NAS target is currently serving Windows and Mac
volumes. This is the first target for FreeBSD (and the first time I have used
iSCSI on FreeBSD). Everything seems correct and FreeBSD connects to the target
at boot, the target supplies one LUN, but I do not get a /dev/da* node created.

iscsi.conf:
#
#  test storage via iscsi
#
t0 {
   TargetAddress = 10.31.251.18
   targetname = iqn.2014-08.int.trng:Master.iscsi1.vg0.teststore
   authmethod = CHAP
   chapIName  = testroot
   chapsecret = ************
     }


iscsictl -Lv
Session ID:       10
Initiator name:   iqn.1994-09.org.freebsd:test08.trng.int
Initiator portal: 
Initiator alias:  
Target name:      iqn.2014-08.int.trng:Master.iscsi1.vg0.teststore
Target portal:    10.31.251.18
Target alias:     
User:             testroot
Secret:           ************
Mutual user:      
Mutual secret:    
Session type:     Normal
Session state:    Connected
Failure reason:   
Header digest:    None
Data digest:      None
DataSegmentLen:   262144
ImmediateData:    Yes
iSER (RDMA):      No
Device nodes:     


NAS target report:
initiator:iqn.1994-09.org.freebsd:test08.trng.int
ip:10.31.251.103
state:active

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