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AIX 6.1 and iSCSI software target

AIX 6.1 and iSCSI software target


everytime when I run cfgmgr (or mkdev -l iscsi0) o on iscsi initiator host, the destination server (iscsi target) crashes (reboots immediately).

did anyone experience similiar problem on AIX 6.1 (eg. 6100-07-01-1141) and has a solution to it?

is iscsi target supported on virtual network adapters which are used for NIB on which jumbo_frames are enabled?

Can this problem be linked to APAR:


RE: AIX 6.1 and iSCSI software target


ok, it must be the same problem described in the APAR.

I have downgraded driver and then problem doesn't exist.

RE: AIX 6.1 and iSCSI software target

Thanks for posting back Ogniemi, have a star.

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