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    Default iSCSI on Virtualbox

    Hi!
    I was trying to use iSCSI on Virtualbox.

    This is the configuration of my /etc/ietd.conf

    Code:
    Target iqn.test.2014:3a4408cc-9918-4904-8cd2-00d307f03bdf 
    Lun 0 Path=/varios/01/discotest,Type=fileio 
    Lun 1 Path=/varios/01/otrotest,Type=fileio
    and the I added this lines to attach de iSCSI to my vm.

    Code:
     VBoxManage storageattach iSCSI-test --storagectl "SATA" --port 1  --device 0 --type hdd --medium iscsi --server 10.202.10.18 --target  "iqn.test.2014:3a4408cc-9918-4904-8cd2-00d307f03bdf" --tport 3260 --lun 0 
     VBoxManage storageattach iSCSI-test --storagectl "SATA" --port 2  --device 0 --type hdd --medium iscsi --server 10.202.10.18 --target  "iqn.test.2014:3a4408cc-9918-4904-8cd2-00d307f03bdf" --tport 3260 --lun 1
    when I start the vm I try to format the disk /dev/sdb (one of the iSCSI).

    in the vm nothing happens but in the iSCSI server (arlene)

    Code:
    2014-05-16T21:22:59.169220-03:00 arlene kernel: [ 5123.066498]  iscsi_trgt: check_segment_length(1896) data too long 2 65536 8192
    then the iSCSI get's readonly...

    what can I do or where can I find some info about it?

    regards

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    Default Re: iSCSI on Virtualbox

    Isn't this a repost from another Forum where I've already answered?

    TSU

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    Default Re: iSCSI on Virtualbox

    Yeap. Sorry I do ask the question also on the opensuse-virtual mail-list.

    I will respont to you via mail.

    This can be closed now

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    Default Re: iSCSI on Virtualbox

    Right,
    You didn't do anything wrong.

    If you asked your question on the Virtualization mail list, it's perfectly OK to ask that same question here, too.

    Good Luck,
    TSU

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