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kern/46624: endianess issue in iscsi-target and/or LUN handling bug in iscsi module
>Synopsis: endianess issue in iscsi-target and/or LUN handling bug in
>Arrival-Date: Sat Jun 23 11:10:00 +0000 2012
>Originator: Martin Husemann
>Release: NetBSD 6.99.7
The NetBSD Foundation, Inc.
System: NetBSD whoever-brings-the-night.aprisoft.de 6.99.7 NetBSD 6.99.7
(MODULAR) #189: Mon Jun 18 11:01:49 CEST 2012
It is very easy to play with iscsi connections on NetBSD (5 or newer). On
one machine, run: "iscsi-target", this will export a single 100MB disk backed
up by storage in /tmp. On the other machine do:
iscsictl add_send_target -a (ip-of-target-machine)
iscsictl login -P 2
Now you should get a scsibus and a single sd device attached.
This works with iscsi-target running on i386/amd64 machines. However, if
the target runs on sparc64, you will get sd0, sd1, ... sd15 attached.
This sure looks like a bug in iscsi-target, but testing that target with
Windows shows no duplicated luns - which does not tell much, however.
I'll have a look, but can't right now - filing PR as a reminder.
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