Friday, December 9, 2005, 12:00:48 PM, you wrote:
> Read this:
> and this:
I've read this and found the source of my problem.
I do my first test in strong accordance with manual.
man 8 vblade:
In this example, the root user on a host named nai exports
a file named "3TB" to the LAN on eth0 using AoE shelf
address 11 and slot address 1. The process runs in the
foreground. Using vbladed would have resulted in the pro?
cess running as a daemon in the background.
nai:~# vblade 11 1 eth0 /data/3TB
But mkdevs creates device with nshelves=10 , i.e. /dev/etherd/e11.1 is
If I start vblade in this way "vblade 1 11 eth0 /dev/xxx" it works
fine (/dev/etherd/e1.11 device).
Thank you for assistance.
From: Ed L Cashin <ecashin@co...> - 2005-12-09 15:32:47
Serge Leschinsky <serge.leschinsky@...> writes:
> Dear Sirs,
> I'm trying to use aoe.
> There are 2 box - the one with vblade 10 and the other with aoe4-5,
Serge Leschinsky, hi. The aoetools README starts out:
The aoetools are programs that assist in using ATA over Ethernet.
For now, the tools are designed to work with the "aoe" driver for
Linux 2.6 kernels. Support for 2.4 kernels and other operating
systems might be helpful, but we're starting with 2.6 support.
... so using aoetools-8 (or any aoetools) with a 2.4 kernel is not at
all within the intended scope of use. The 2.4 driver comes with its
own ways to do the things that aoetools do, so the documentation for
the aoe driver for 2.4 should help you.
Ed L Cashin <ecashin@...>