I am looking for the correct way to list multiple IP addresses in /etc/iscsi.conf
My storage server has both ipv4 (static) and ipv6 (ULA & GUA) assigned.
I'd like to set order of use to be:
1: IPV6 ULA
2: IPV6 GUA
3: IPV4 Static
- 1: If I am on my local network I can connect with...
So I've got FreeBSD with configured iSCSI server which is serving ZFS volumes. The goal is to install some version of ESXi on this ZFS volume and then boot another machine from it using iPXE. It is booletproof soulltion - it is working for years on older versions of FreeBSD. I've got two...
I have an older Synology DiskStation, which I had been using as an iSCSI LUN
Then from the server the iSCSI connection works, but the disk cannot be mounted.
# mount /dev/da0 /mnt
mount: /dev/da0: No such file or directory
da0 is not part of any zpool and does not contain a...
I am trying to use the iser module as detailed in the man page's alternative method to building the kernel.
I've checked both FreeBSD 11/12 and I cannot locate the module.
Is there really a iSER module for FreeBSD?
I dug around for an hour but what I found so far is that iSER is only supported in the initiator. And even for the initiator I need to recompile the kernel because the module seems to not be compiled in the distribution and as far as I read it needs "option OFED" (is it such a performance hit...
I have been able to successfully boot FreeBSD 10.4 over iSCSi using net/isboot-kmod. However, once booted I continuously get the following message.
iSCSI session is restarted
This leaves me with an unstable system as random filesystem accesses will hang on zio->io_cv. Once this happens, the...
we use a Supermicro server running FreeBSD 11.1-RELEASE to provide iSCSI devices based on zvol's for VMware.
The server has one zpool of 6 vdev raidz2 with 6 SATA disks in each, the server has HBA LSI 9300-8i installed. Periodically, the problem arises that the pool goes into DEGRADED...
We are using a Freebsd 11.0-RELEASE-p9 server as an iSCSI storage backend for a vmWare ESXi 6 cluster. The server is a Dell PowerEdge R620 with an attached md1220 disk enclosure full of SSDs. Those SSDs are setup in mirrored vdevs and a zvol shared over iSCSI with vmWare which has it formatted...
Hello FreeBSD forum!
I have a backup solution for some Windows Servers backed by some iSCSI zfs zvols I use ctld/ctladm to provision the disks to Windows, and I'm using:
option pblocksize 0 option unmap on on ctld.conf.
The FreeBSD box was originally a 11.0, after upgrading to...
Some background on my environment and use case:
I would like to share my LTO5 tape drive via iSCSI with a server that will be doing backups to tape, but having the tape drive in a more convenient location to switch out tapes. The FreeBSD box is running pfSense and acting as a router (however, I...
I was looking for some info about iSCSI, does it support multipath on a FreeBSD? I have found only really old discussions about that, and all were.. unoptimistic.
Does somebody have tested it with FreeBSD 10.3 RELEASE?
I am fairly new to FreeBSD having made the switch based on a really good experience breathing new life into an Xserve G4 with FreeBSD 10.2. So, I decided to switch out from CentOS Linux to FreeBSD on my dev server.
I was able to get everything up and running with no problem. I followed the...
Have anyone tried the new iSCSI target code that came with FreeBSD 10? Is it working and performing well?
I have a plan to run a replicated Microsoft SQL Server on a iSCSI LUN hosted by ZFS over 10GbE, my primary goal is to take a consistent "backup/snapshot" of the database...
I have a server running FreeBSD 10.2 and a iSCSI client running FreeBSD 10.2.
The server serves one zvol over iSCSI to the client looking like this:
anders@aasennas:~ % zfs get all yoda/iscsi/win1
NAME PROPERTY VALUE SOURCE
yoda/iscsi/win1 type volume -
yoda/iscsi/win1 creation Sat Sep...
I set up a 16 TB zfs pool (vdevs are all 2x mirrors) to create a "life preserver" array for a colleague who needed iSCSI storage for his 12TB life's work online in a matter of weeks. I see there are different phases to an iSCSI transfer, but I don't see how anything the target would normally...