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See how they stack up with this assessment from Smarterer. So I see this screen:The configuration has been changed.You must apply the changes in order for them to take effect.I hit the apply button and got this:Error: The changes could not So... I have not been able to get FreeNAS to automatically connect to an iSCSI target at startup (I don't know that this has ever been possible with older versions of FreeNAS,

Spearfoot FreeNAS Guru Joined: May 13, 2015 Messages: 738 Thanks Received: 211 Trophy Points: 66 I've re-tested iSCSI on my main server (see 'my systems' below) with pretty much the same warning 17.04.2013 05:24:38 There was no Problem with the zpool Code: [[email protected]] ~# zpool status -v pool: daten state: ONLINE scan: none requested config: NAME STATE READ WRITE CKSUM daten If you go to Storage->Volumes->View Disks, you will see da1, which is on the iSCSI target.

Enter zvol name zvol0001 and set the size of the zvol to the size of the maximum capacity zfs0001 can accommodate and click Add zvol. Finally gave up and switched to NFS for providing a datastore back to VMware. I noticed that the iscsi_initatiator.ko module is not in /boot/kernel in FreeNAS. Now when I go to the Pool section I still see the message saying that the configuration has been changed.

Attached Files: arc_summary.txt.zip File size: 2.5 KB Views: 1 sysctl-a.txt.zip File size: 22.1 KB Views: 1 dmesg.txt.zip File size: 5.6 KB Views: 0 tmueko, Apr 17, 2013 #1 jgreco Resident Grinch The iSCSI target machine should be ready. Assign a drive letter, for this demo I am using F; then click Next.17. OVERVIEW The following instructions will describe how to set up two FreeNAS systems, one as an iSCSI target and the other as an iSCSI initiator.

FreeNAS has no problems with reconnecting, or maintaining iscsi connectivity with the target. This time I met the trouble with newest FreeNAS update: FreeNAS-9.10-STABLE-201606072003 (696eba7). If you don't then leave it blank. I've used the same networking scheme for my NFS datastore for a year now.

Don't know what I did different but it's now working. So we're just helping teach it. You pretty much have to walk through and characterize the specific problem. Log in or Sign up FreeNAS Community Home Forums > FreeNAS Forum > Help & Support > Bug Reporting Discussion > iSCSI stops working Discussion in 'Bug Reporting Discussion' started by

Error Message on the ESXi was Code: Device t10.FreeBSD_iSCSI_Disk______120000010________________ _______ performance has deteriorated. http://kshelper.com/freenas-error/freenas-error-code-1-zfs-pools.html I assumed "auto" meant it automatically grew the extent to consume all the available space on the volume. abcslayer, Jun 26, 2016 #9 Spearfoot FreeNAS Guru Joined: May 13, 2015 Messages: 738 Thanks Received: 211 Trophy Points: 66 @Mirfster , @maglin : @abcslayer is experiencing exactly the same problem MACHINES For this example, the initiator system has one directly attached hard disk (da0) acting as the boot drive for FreeNAS

Also, it is important to note that there is no authentication or security (e.g., CHAP) configured in the above example, so if the connection between the initiator and the target is The system has IP address on a private network connecting only the initiator and target systems. I've got a fc/iscsi router and have it all set up from that end. have a peek here Look at the number and you want to fall of your chair :| ARC memory is about 6.0GB now, I will keep watching this number.

I am trying to do the same thing. You should be able to use da1 as if it were directly attached until you shutdown or restart the computer. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...

Based on what I have seen, it appears that presenting zvols from the target is the best method (in the past, using files was preferred, but now zvols are recommended).

History #1 Updated by nuttervm - over 5 years ago I think I found the a few causes of this problem... Army in 1996.  Working his way up from printer hardware repair to running a corporate datacenter for a multinational corporation, Dave has seen many environments throughout the years. Focusing on web sites Here's the relevant bug report (my comment is #25): https://bugs.freenas.org/issues/7622 Show : my systems FreeNAS system : FreeNAS-9.10.1 (d989edd) Virtualized on VMware ESXi v6.0 with 2 vCPUs and 16GiB RAM Turn iSCSI on.

The login response packet is given in the dump data. # freenas Feb 12 18:45:38 freenas istgt[69787]: istgt_iscsi.c:1618:istgt_iscsi_auth_params: ***ERROR*** auth failed (user magi) Feb 12 18:45:38 freenas istgt[69787]: istgt_iscsi.c:2408:istgt_iscsi_op_login: ***ERROR*** iscsi_auth_params() I wrote instructions for how to do it in this thread (last comment on that page): "My Dream System (I think)" Show : Recommended Reading cyberjock's: Hardware recommendations (read this Last edited: Jun 28, 2016 abcslayer, Jun 28, 2016 #19 abcslayer Newbie Joined: Dec 9, 2014 Messages: 35 Thanks Received: 0 Trophy Points: 4 Hi, I got a NOP-Out: Jun 30 Check This Out Was never able to get it to work.

From the top menu choose Services, then iSCSI Target.6. Depending on the speed of the network and the size of the drive it may take some time to format. N4F on SUPERMICRO X8SIL-F 8GB of ECC RAM, 12x3TB disk in 3 vdev in RaidZ1 = 32TB Raw size only 22TB usableWikiLast changesOld Wiki Top sjordan Starter Posts: 37 Joined: The version of my freenas is 9.3-stable and if I don't add "iscsictl_enable="YES" iscsictl_flags="-Aa"" into /etc/rc.conf file ,It will boot successful.

This is on an older Supermicro X8SIE system (details in 'my systems' below), not the X10SL7 I tested last year. Send PM 3rd October 2008,11:11 AM #2 plexer Join Date Dec 2005 Location Norfolk Posts 14,070 Thank Post 821 Thanked 1,799 Times in 1,602 Posts Rep Power 469 I found Doesn't work for me. hello, I do the same things with you today.

You actually have to understand the parameters, then figure out what actually makes sense (by testing), then set it, test it again, maybe a few iterations, and then it works very Back at the iSCSI target page you need to click on Apply changes once again.12. Close the Shell. I think the 9.10 has problem with memory leakage and the kernel iSCSI still have serious issues.

Review the settings selected and then click Finish.19. It should be possible to set up CHAP, but I haven't tested it yet. I have this bug in 9.3 and reported it here (https://forums.freenas.org/index.php?threads/freenas-9-3-stable-upgrading-issue-from-9-2-1-9.25462/), after I used the tuning parameter as suggested from a member, the bug is still there but it is harder Click on the Start menu and type iSCSI into the menu bar and hit Enter.2.

FreeBSD 10 incorporates new iSCSI code and uses the iscsictl command for iSCSI initiator functionality. After doing that, when I try to mount the target described above, the LUN appears as Active and not Active I/O like I need inside VMware. warning 6/26/2016 12:36:09 PM). In Add Portal, click OK.

And when I reboot the freenas, I get an error with iscsi connecting: WARNING: (iqn.2014-01.org.mydomain.iscsi0001:target0001): login timed out after 61 seconds: reconnecting And I wait for 1 minute, it reconnect Thread Tools Search Thread Advanced Search 3rd October 2008,11:01 AM #1 Hightower Join Date Jun 2008 Location Cloud 9 Posts 4,911 Thank Post 494 Thanked 688 Times in 442 Posts zveky Joined: Feb 12, 2012 Messages: 1 Thanks Received: 0 Trophy Points: 1 Adding target without CHAP works fine but I want to add authentication. Members Online Now ethereal, MobiusOne, fernavat, pwnerman, IceBoosteR, SLIMaxPower, glasgerion, Rudi Pittman, Joshua Parker Ruehlig, ilmarmors, jkh, Marcet Total: 194 (members: 14, guests: 173, robots: 7) Share This Page Tweet FreeNAS