Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 240146
Kernel panic after logging out of an iSER target
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:07:44 EST
Description of problem:
When you want to log out of an iSER target (iSCSI RDMA) the kernel crashes.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
RHEL5 all versions
Setup an iSCSI initiator/target connection with iSER and try to log out.
Steps to Reproduce:
We were doing a iser udpate for 5.1. I think it fixed this logout bug. I am
adding the iser maintainer to make sure.
Ok, very nice to have this bug confirmed. Is it perhaps possible for us to get
an update/patch or another workaround when it's going to be tested? We're
working with this quite alot, so it would be very nice to have access to some
beta version. Thank you very much in advance.
Let us know if this patch
from this bugzilla
fixes your problem.
Do need instructions on how to build Red Hat kernels? This patch should work
with the rhel 5.0 kernel source or you can get the current development kernel
Unfortunately when i try to download the patch i get this:
You are not authorized to access bug #234352.
I'm still very interested to try this patch though.
(In reply to comment #5)
> Unfortunately when i try to download the patch i get this:
> Access Denied
> You are not authorized to access bug #234352.
Sorry about that. I opened the bug so everyone can see the patches and comment
on the bug.
Yes indeed, this patch works just fine! I hope it will be included in the next
release of RHEL5.
Thanks for testing. We have it planned for 5.1.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 234352 ***