Trouble connecting to QNAP iSCSI target
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 8, 2010
I would like some help connecting to my QNAP iSCSI target from Ubuntu (10.04). I've followed the instructions in the QNAP manual, but I something goes wrong when I need to list the nodes.
When I enter
# iscsiadm -m discovery -t sendtargets -p 192.168.0.50:3260
I get the following output:
Then I enter
#iscsiadm -m node
and I get the same output as with the previous command:
According to QNAP's instructions, I should now see a login message, but this is all that appears.
What am I doing wrong? Please help.
Trouble connecting to wifi lubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 24, 2013
I'm verry new to linux and I just installed lubuntu and I've been trying to connect to my local wifi router and when I go to the network connections and it couldn't detect my router wich is 10 feet away and I can connect to it on my windows pc and my ds. Please Help, thx
9.10 (any kernel 3.5+): LIO (linuxiscsi.org) iSCSI Target Out Of Memory (OOM) issue.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 21, 2013
I'm having a real worrying problem with Ubuntu 9.10 and any kernel 3.5 (the base kernel) or even 3.6.6.
Whenever I run "read" IOs with large queue depth (10 simultaneous IOs) on a LIO iSCSI Target built over an IBLOCK backstore (Linux soft RAID 0 with two tested SATA drives), the free memory goes down nearly at the speed of my IOs (if running 100MB/sec IOs, mem goes down 50+MB/sec).
The page cache (Unavailable memory) does *not* increase nor does the "Unevictable" or any other counters present in "/proc/meminfo" for that matter. It seems that the memory is just used by the driver, which should not happen.
Once the LowFree has reached 0, the OS start invoking OOM killer, the iSCSI IOs grind to a halt, the system is unresponsive for a while or plain and simple crashes.
When OOM killer is invoked, no swap is being used at all and the high mem has not moved from before the test at 90% free (on one system 1120132Kb free out of 1183496Kb).
The issue do
Arch Linux ISCSI Target on RPI, "Unable to locate key"
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 2, 2014
Initiator: Bosch Dinion HD Camera
Target: Arch Linux using TargetCli-fb from AUR running on Raspberry PI hardware
Storage: 250GB USB Drive
The Bosch HD camera is recording to the Target and I can playback recordings when I connect to the camera and request playback so that's good.
However, the system seems to collapse occasionally. As a result I request playback from the camera but it doesn't show the existence of any recordings what so ever. This seems to be directly linked to the fact that the 250GB USB drive is full and the camera is not overwriting older recordings as it is supposed to and is loosing track of what recordings it has already on the drive. A complete reboot of camera an PI clears the drive and all recordings are lost.
On Arch Linux I get these 2 errors over and over once I connect the initiator:
Steam on Wine, cannot login,"Steam is having trouble connecting to the Steam servers"
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 29, 2010
Trying to run Steam on Wine on Arch Linux 64. The login screen loads up, but when I try to login I get
"Steam is having trouble connecting to the Steam servers"
with the option to either retry connection or cancel.
From the command line I get
[SOLVED] Iscsi target on Freenas 7 or 8
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 29, 2010
All the web pages have a much different gui than what I keep showing. I can't see anywhere to create an ISCSI target or get it to be discovered.
Any ideas or do I simply need to read better?
[solved] Can't login to iSCSI target
- date: September 25, 2012
To speed-up transfers between a iSCSI target (Synology DS1511+) and a workstation (HP Z800) I purchased an Intel ethernet card. The NAS and computer are directly connected.
The problem is that now I can't login to the NAS anymore. I used this guide in the past to configure the iSCSI initiator.
Step 1: iscsiadm -m discovery -t st -p 192.168.1.2
:~# iscsiadm -m discovery -t sendtargets -p 192.168.1.2
Step 2: iscsiadm -m node
:~# iscsiadm -m node
Step 3: do the login
:~# iscsiadm --mode node --targetname iqn.2000-01.com.synology:syn-data --portal 192.168.1.2:3260 --login
Logging in to [iface: iscsi-1, target: iqn.2000-01.com.synology:syn-data, portal: 192.168.1.2,3260]
iscsiadm: Could not lo
Managing a test iSCSI target server
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 6, 2010
Hi all, hope this is the right forum to post this,
I am using a RHEL5 server with a few hard drives, and tgtd as the iscsi target software. I am looking for a way to allocate and deallocate space and targets with that space, without restarting my system, or harming other LUNs.
Currently, all my HDDs are PVs in a single VG, and I lvcreate/lvremove as required, and then export the allocated LVs using a tgt script:
Backtrack 5 r3 Trouble connecting to the internet with TPlink TLWN722N USB card.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 2, 2013
Hi, I am new to this forum and to linux, so if I post with bad etiquette or anything, I apologize.
Alright, here is my problem. I am running Backtrack 5 r3 installed on my hdd (not partitioned; this hard drive only has BT on it) with a TP-link TL-WN722N USB wireless card. I know that Backtrack detects my device because it shows up as 'Atheros AR9271' when I run lsusb. However, when I open wicd, it shows that there are no networks available, and when I run iwconfig I get:
lo no wireless extensions.
eth0 no wireless extensions.
When I run airmon-ng I get:
Interface Chipset Driver
but it doesn't show anything else. I have the AR9271 driver. Also, my wireless config file is empty. I am pretty sure that is part of the problem, but I think there may be more to it as well. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Dapper 6.06 ISCSI target HOW TO
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 11, 2006
This is for a clean install, since ISCSI is a task intensive process. It will use ISCSI enterprise target software from
version iscsitarget-0.4.13.tar.gz. download it to your desktop.
unarchive it to a folder on your desktop.
You will need 2 disk drives, say /dev/hda for ubuntu OS
and /dev/sda for iscsi data
first install dapper
then login and update the normal Software updates way.
reboot because of the kernel update.
go to synaptic and install
linux-headers-2.6.15-26-386 - do a uname -r to make sure what you are running.
then get a terminal window up and do sudo su to be root.
ln -s /usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.15-26-386 /usr/src/linux
cd to your desktop iscsi folder you created previously from unarchiving
then I had to type:
make KERNELSRC=/usr/src/linux install
Not exactly sure why i needed
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10