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2 or more iSCSI 4 years 8 months ago #1209

Thanks, i will try this asap :)

So the default config is wrong from NoSan installer?

<target iqn.2015.com.halizard:noSAN>
backing-store /dev/drbd1
lun 10
</target>


So should it look like this instead?

<backing-store /dev/sdb>
lun 10
</backing-store>
<backing-store /dev/sdc>
lun 20
</backing-store>


Or like this?

<target iqn.2015.com.halizard:noSAN>
<backing-store /dev/sdb>
lun 10
</backing-store>
<backing-store /dev/sdc>
lun 20
</backing-store>
</target>

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2 or more iSCSI 4 years 8 months ago #1210

  • Salvatore Costantino
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The default config is not wrong. It is written for a single target and the syntax used allows for that.

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2 or more iSCSI 4 years 8 months ago #1211

So what is the right config for it :)?

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2 or more iSCSI 4 years 8 months ago #1212

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Your example is directly referencing the backing device which will leave you with inconsistent data between your hosts. You should only reference your backing devices via drbd. Something like this will work

<target iqn.2015.com.halizard:noSAN>
<backing-store /dev/drbdresource1>
lun 10
</backing-store>

<backing-store /dev/drbdresource2>
lun 20
</backing-store>
</target>

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2 or more iSCSI 4 years 8 months ago #1213

Hi, i did this and would not work at all.

I will try yours now thanks.

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2 or more iSCSI 4 years 8 months ago #1214

Looks like its working, im syncing it atm.

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