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NAME

       iscsid - Open-iSCSI daemon

SYNOPSIS

       iscsid [OPTION]

DESCRIPTION

       The iscsid implements the control path of iSCSI protocol, plus some management facilities.
       For example, the daemon  could  be  configured  to  automatically  re-start  discovery  at
       startup, based on the contents of persistent iSCSI database.

OPTIONS

       [-c|--config=]config-file
              Read  configuration from config-file rather than the default /etc/iscsi/iscsid.conf
              file.

       [-i|--initiatorname=]iname-file
              Read    initiator    name    from    iname-file    rather    than    the    default
              /etc/iscsi/initiatorname.iscsi file.

       [-f|--foreground]
              run iscsid in the foreground.

       [-d|--debug=]debug_level
              print debugging information. Valid values for debug_level are 0 to 8.

       [-u|--uid=]uid
              run under user ID uid (default is the current user ID)

       [-g|--gid=]gid
              run under user group ID gid (default is the current user group ID).

       [-n|--no-pid-file]
              do not write a process ID file.

       [-p|--pid=]pid-file
              write process ID to pid-file rather than the default /run/iscsid.pid

       [-h|--help]
              display this help and exit

       [-v|--version]
              display version and exit.

FILES

       /etc/iscsi/iscsid.conf
              The configuration file read by iscsid and iscsiadm on startup.

       /etc/iscsi/initiatorname.iscsi
              The  file  containing the iSCSI initiatorname and initiatoralias read by iscsid and
              iscsiadm on startup.

       /etc/iscsi/nodes
              Open-iSCSI persistent configuration database

SEE ALSO

       iscsiadm(8)

AUTHORS

       Open-iSCSI project <http://www.open-iscsi.org/>
       Alex Aizman <itn780@yahoo.com>
       Dmitry Yusupov <dmitry_yus@yahoo.com>

                                            July 2005                                   ISCSID(8)