[Bug 227848] Re: boot order wrong for iscsi

Etienne Goyer etienne.goyer at canonical.com
Tue Jun 10 15:28:56 BST 2008

The problem, I believe, come from the fact that open-iscsi is brought up
(S25 in /etc/rcS.d) before networking (S40 in /etc/rcS.d).

It is my understanding that udev bring interfaces up as they are
discovered, which mean that "bare" interfaces (eth0, eth1, etc) happen
to be brought up before /etc/rcS.d/S25open-iscsi is run, in which case
it is all fine.  However, if you depend on an interface not being
brought up by udev to reach the iSCSI target (such as a bonded
interface, as it is the case above), then open-iscsi indeed come up
before there is a path to its target and fail.

I tried setting node.conn[0].timeo.login_timeout to a large value, as
Soren suggested earlier, but it did not change anything for me.

boot order wrong for iscsi
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