connection back, disk gone
2014-03-19 14:55:12 GMT
I had some trouble with an iscsi disk that lost its connection to the target. I am running xfs on lvm on iscsi (on Debian 7.0 amd64). The connection came back up OK after 10 minutes or so:
iscsid: connection1:0 is operational after recovery (31 attempts)
but disk only came back after I restarted open-iscsid using the init script. After that, the disk shows up in my kernel log, lvm got back on its feet and the file system was mounted again.
I'm interested to know why, when the connection is restored, the session associated with it aren't restored as well? After all, what you want after a couple minutes of network failure is just to have your disk back, correct?
Frank Van Damme
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