Description of problem: “iscsiadm -R” failed rescan session running through the target
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
OS: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.4 (Santiago)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. on storage server create target (T = target1) and lun (lun = lun1)
2. from client, perform iscsi login command to target1 (provide iscsi login command)
3. on storage server, create additional lun (lun = lun2) under target1
4. from client (i.e, initiator) perform and iscsi login command to the same target (target1)
During investigation we found following:
“multipath -ll” command nothing show, or show old connections and not relevant information
“vgs” command nothing show, or show old connections and not relevant information
“iscsiadm -m session -R” not reload a new information about LUN's
“multipath -r” not reload a new connections
1. disconnect from all iSCSI session
* iscsiadm -m session -u
* iscsiadm -m node -o delete
2. manually reconnect again
* iscsiadm -m discoverydb --discover -t st -p 10.35.160.107
* iscsiadm -m node -l -T iqn.1992-04.com.emc:cx.ckm00121000438.a6
* iscsiadm -m node -l -T iqn.1992-04.com.emc:cx.ckm00121000438.a7
* iscsiadm -m node -l -T iqn.1992-04.com.emc:cx.ckm00121000438.b6
* iscsiadm -m node -l -T iqn.1992-04.com.emc:cx.ckm00121000438.b7
client doesn't see new lun in multipath
Created attachment 756280 [details]
## Logs rhevm, vdsm
Thread-212::DEBUG::2013-05-27 13:46:45,077::misc::83::Storage.Misc.excCmd::(<lambda>) '/usr/bin/sudo -n /sbin/iscsiadm -m session -R' (cwd None)
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Is this issue still reproducible?
Kevin, Please try to reproduce and update.
(In reply to Aharon Canan from comment #7)
> Kevin, Please try to reproduce and update.
I checked with the following code:
I ran the following scenario:
1. Created a new lun on target
2. From the host ran "multipath -ll" - The newly created LUN is not displayed
3. from the host ran "iscsiadm -m session -R" - Now the newly added LUN is displayed
can You try to reproduce it on RHEL? I was unable to do so with RHEL-6.7. Multipath and iscsiadm are displaying the second LUN correctly.
(In reply to Martin Hoyer from comment #9)
> Hi Kevin,
> can You try to reproduce it on RHEL? I was unable to do so with RHEL-6.7.
> Multipath and iscsiadm are displaying the second LUN correctly.
Although we are testing RHEVM, the hypervisor is running on top of RHEL 7.2
In that case we used RHEL only to reproduce (as stated in the reproduction steps).
Yes but reproduction steps were made in RHEL-6.4.
According to comment 8 the iscsiadm refresh is working well - bug is open against the iscsi-initiator-utils.
Are you sure that multipath is not displaying the second LUN even after multipath -r ?
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