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Post by slv » 26 Mar 2018 13:38

Hello

I have NAS4Free 11.1.0.4 with 4 sata/sas disks in GEOM Software RAID. Its for my backup storage. This is old Dell R710 server.

Using iSCSI targed I created targed and connected to Windows 2008R2 server (srv2.contoso.local).
I don't understand what's wrong with my config, my logs are flooded by:

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Mar 26 13:31:17	nas	kernel: WARNING: srv2.contoso.local (iqn.1991-05.com.microsoft:srv2.contoso.local): login timed out after 61 seconds; reconnecting
Mar 26 13:31:17	nas	iscsid[4282]: srv2.contoso.local (iqn.1991-05.com.microsoft:srv2.contoso.local): target returned error: Not found
Mar 26 13:31:17	nas	iscsid[1893]: child process 4282 terminated with exit status 1
Mar 26 13:32:19	nas	kernel: WARNING: srv2.contoso.local (iqn.1991-05.com.microsoft:srv2.contoso.local): login timed out after 61 seconds; reconnecting
Mar 26 13:32:19	nas	iscsid[4288]: srv2.contoso.local (iqn.1991-05.com.microsoft:srv2.contoso.local): target returned error: Not found
Mar 26 13:32:19	nas	iscsid[1893]: child process 4288 terminated with exit status 1
What I should correct to solve this problem?

This two servers are connected by dedicated NIC's - one on nas4free and one on windows server, and on dedicated IP addresses.

I'm new to nas4free and iSCSI - help me please.

Regards
Slawek

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