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Can I manually modify my netware iscsi initiator's name?

The documentation I've read doesn't say where config files are located
or what their names are. I've got a problem with my tree name having
an underscore in it and the IP SAN we have conforms to the rfc on
iscsi. Is there a particular requirement for the netware isci
initiator to have the tree name in it at all? Would I be causing a
problem my changing it, presuming that's even possible?

Thanks for any feed back on this.

Scott s
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Re: Can I manually modify my netware iscsi initiator's name?

I have attempted to use the command line command to change the
initiator name but the return message is "Parameter "INITIATORNAME"
not set to "iqn.1984-08:.kccla1.lab.mow"

Does anyone know the specific syntax to set it correctly...btw. I've
installed the iscsi65sp5a patch...don't know if that matters here or
not.

On Wed, 18 Oct 2006 20:16:02 GMT, Scott S
<scott_schunk@mow.uscourts.gov> wrote:

>The documentation I've read doesn't say where config files are located
>or what their names are. I've got a problem with my tree name having
>an underscore in it and the IP SAN we have conforms to the rfc on
>iscsi. Is there a particular requirement for the netware isci
>initiator to have the tree name in it at all? Would I be causing a
>problem my changing it, presuming that's even possible?
>
>Thanks for any feed back on this.
>
>Scott s

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Can I manually modify my netware iscsi initiator's name?

Nevermind: I've been able to do it, however the trailing dot . is
required to make it stick.

On Wed, 18 Oct 2006 20:50:29 GMT, Scott S
<scott_schunk@mow.uscourts.gov> wrote:

>I have attempted to use the command line command to change the
>initiator name but the return message is "Parameter "INITIATORNAME"
>not set to "iqn.1984-08:.kccla1.lab.mow"
>
>Does anyone know the specific syntax to set it correctly...btw. I've
>installed the iscsi65sp5a patch...don't know if that matters here or
>not.
>
>On Wed, 18 Oct 2006 20:16:02 GMT, Scott S
><scott_schunk@mow.uscourts.gov> wrote:
>
>>The documentation I've read doesn't say where config files are located
>>or what their names are. I've got a problem with my tree name having
>>an underscore in it and the IP SAN we have conforms to the rfc on
>>iscsi. Is there a particular requirement for the netware isci
>>initiator to have the tree name in it at all? Would I be causing a
>>problem my changing it, presuming that's even possible?
>>
>>Thanks for any feed back on this.
>>
>>Scott s

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