From: David Nalley <davidn@KeyMarkinc.com> - 2006-09-12 15:47:36
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> Behalf Of Tomasz Chmielewski
> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2006 11:31 AM
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> Subject: [Iscsitarget-devel] reload config - how?
> I have a running iscsi server (0.4.3).
> I would like to remove some of the targets, and add some new,=20
> without restarting the whole iscsi server process.
> Let's say, I'd like to add this target:
> # postfix1
> Target iqn.2006-09.com.example:storage.postfix
> Lun 0 Path=3D/dev/mapper/LVM2-filter1,Type=3Dfileio
> Alias postfix1
> An remove this target:
> # mysql1
> Target iqn.2006-09.com.example:storage.mysql
> Lun 0 Path=3D/dev/mapper/LVM2-mysql1,Type=3Dfileio
> Alias mysql1
> How should I do it?
> "ietadm --help" doesn't give any examples (what are tid, sid=20
> and cid, and where to get them)?
Check out the faq:=20
I went through the same problem, and found the help in the mailing list
archives, and added the entries in the faq for adding a new target and
You should be able to use --op delete in place of --op new to remove a
target/lun, but I am not speaking from experience.=20
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From: Tomasz Chmielewski <mangoo@wp...> - 2006-09-13 10:45:30
>> How should I do it?
>> "ietadm --help" doesn't give any examples (what are tid, sid
>> and cid, and where to get them)?
> Check out the faq:
> I went through the same problem, and found the help in the mailing list
> archives, and added the entries in the faq for adding a new target and
> You should be able to use --op delete in place of --op new to remove a
> target/lun, but I am not speaking from experience.
Indeed, this was it.
I tried to made some edits in bugzilla, but it's broken, and changes are
As described here: