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iscsi-target: service remote iSCSI requests
NAMEiscsi-target - service remote iSCSI requests
SYNOPSIS[-46DV ] [-b block length ] [-f configuration file ] [-p port number ] [-s maximum number of sessions ] [-t target name ] [-v verbose arg ]
DESCRIPTIONis the server for iSCSI requests from iSCSI initiators. listens for discovery and login requests on the required port, and responds to those requests appropriately.
Options and operands available for iscsi-target
- will listen for IPv4 connections, and respond back using IPv4. This is the default address family.
- will listen for IPv6 connections, and respond back using IPv6.
- -b blocksize
- Specify the underlying block size for iSCSI storage which will be served. The possible sizes are: 512, 1024, 2048, and 4096 bytes, with the default being 512 bytes.
- When this option is specified, will not detach itself from the controlling tty, and will not become a daemon. This can be useful for debugging purposes.
- -f configfile
- Use the named file as the configuration file. The default file can be found in /etc/iscsi/targets See targets(5) for more information.
- -p port number
- Use the port number provided as the argument as the port on which to listen for iSCSI service requests from initiators.
- -s maximum number of sessions
- Allow the maximum number of sessions to be initiated when connecting to the target.
- -t filename
- The target name (as it appears to the iSCSI initiator) can be specified using this flag.
- will print the utility name and version number, and the address for bug reports, and then exit.
- -v argument
- The amount of information shown can be varied by using this command. Possible values of argument are net to show network-related information, iscsi to show iSCSI protocol-related information, scsi to show SCSI protocol information, and all to show information from all of the above arguments.
- the list of exported storage
- the PID of the currently running
HISTORYThe utility first appeared in Nx 4.0 .