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iSCSI initiator locks SLES 10/XEN Host

When I try to startup the iSCSI initiator whether from the GUI or the Text version it stops at loading database and then the whole server freezes up. It is so bad I cannot even get into it via the ILO interface!!!

We are running a HP BL25p, running SLES10 SP1 as a XEN Host. I need the iSCSI to place my guest OS's and of course data onto.....

Stewart
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Re: iSCSI initiator locks SLES 10/XEN Host

Assuming you have a 64-bit processor... this is a known issue I reported a
few months ago and support resolved in September. I guess since the fix
hasn't been released through online updates yet you will need to get it
from support directly. The bug ID is 289972.
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Re: iSCSI initiator locks SLES 10/XEN Host

Bingo, I'm running 64-bit, thank you for taking the time to respond with this information.



>>> John Yorke<john@nospam.org> 10/13/2007 11:51 AM >>>

Assuming you have a 64-bit processor... this is a known issue I reported a
few months ago and support resolved in September. I guess since the fix
hasn't been released through online updates yet you will need to get it
from support directly. The bug ID is 289972.
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