iSCSI initiator tester wanted
lists at jnielsen.net
Wed Jun 6 15:16:50 UTC 2007
Quoting Danny Braniss <danny at cs.huji.ac.il>:
> I'm in the last mile before crossing the beta->release line,
> so I'd like to get some input, and update the list of targets it supports.
> you can obtain the driver from:
Looks great! I've done some basic testing against our cluster of three
LeftHand Networks NSM 160's running SAN/iQ 6.6SP1. My machine is
running -CURRENT as of a couple days ago (with gcc 4.2 and symbol
versioning). I've tested previous snapshots of the driver against the
same SAN on this and another machine running -STABLE with good results.
Is there anything specific you'd like tested? What connection
interruption scenarios does the driver try to recover from? I'm running
some backups to an iSCSI mount now. When that finishes (and my machine
is otherwise unoccupied) I'll play around with temporarily yanking the
ethernet cable and other fun tricks.
Thanks for the Makefiles. Your blurb text incorrectly directs the
reader to run make in sys/dev/iscsi_initiator (which doesn't exist, and
there's no Makefile in sys/dev/iscsi). Obviously you meant
sys/modules/iscsi_initiator. Also, a line about running make in
iscontrol/ would be helpful, as would an install target in that
Do you have any suggestions on startup integration (rc script, fstab
magic, etc)? I know you said once before that that was hopefully coming
Thanks again. I'll post again if I manage to break something.
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