Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 52440
iSCSI service fails to shutdown upon reboot
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:36:28 EDT
Description of Problem:
iSCSI daemon fails to shutdown upon executing "reboot" command.
When the screen goes to a virtual console, the service "iSCSI" fails
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. shutdown or reboot system
Shutdown of the service should occur.
This happened on several i686 machines(smp,up) as well as the ia64 on the
smp kernel all with different hardware configs.
This defect is considered SHOULD-FIX for Fairfax.
I'm foisting this to you.
Are you enabling iscsi?
If you are not enabling iscsi, then it won't create /var/lock/subsys/iscsi
because the start script won't complete
We don't touch iSCSI in our testing. The defaults at installation are what we
are using. It fails shutdown on all systems.
It should fail to shutdown, because it shouldn't start, because there
is no config.
Am I not understanding you correctly?
Hmmm...I think we're on the same page. We don't start iSCSI, so it shouldn't
fail to shut down, because it already is.
I finally understood what you were trying to say. Should be fixed in
the -2 package.
Fortunately, it was only noise.
iscsid was looking at iscsi.conf, seeing no drives, and exiting. So
iscsid wasn't there to stop afterwards, so it complained.