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iscsi_discovery - discover iSCSI targets
iscsi_discovery <IP> [-p <port>] [-d] [-t <tcp|iser> [-f]] [-m] [-l]
Perform send-targets discovery to the specified IP. If a discovery record is generated, try to login to the portal using the preferred transport (-t flag specifies the requested transport type, TCP is the default). If login using a certain transport succeeds, mark the portal for automatic login (unless -m flag is used), and disconnect (unless -l flag is used). For iSCSI discovery to work, open-iscsi services must be running. i.e. iscsid should be up, and the iSCSI modules loaded. This is best accomplished by the init.d startup script. [-p=]port-number set the port number (defualt is 3260). [-d] print debugging information. [-t=]transport-type set transport (default is tcp). [-f] force specific transport - disable the fallback to tcp (default is fallback enabled). force the transport specified by the argument of the -t flag. [-m] manual startup - will set manual startup (default is automatic startup). [-l] login - login to the new discovered nodes (defualt is false).
Written by Dan Bar Dov
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