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ISCSISTART(8)						   Linux Administrator's Manual 					     ISCSISTART(8)

NAME
iscsistart - iSCSI boot tool SYNOPSIS
iscsistart [OPTION] DESCRIPTION
iscsistart will start a session using the settings passed in, or using the iBFT or Open Firmware [OF] boot information. This program should not be run to manage sessions. Its primary use is to start sessions used for iSCSI root boot. OPTIONS
[-i|--initiatorname=]name Set InitiatorName to name (Required if not using iBFT or OF) [-t|--targetname=]name Set TargetName to name (Required if not using iBFT or OF) [-g|--tgpt=]N Set target portal group tag to N (Required if not using iBFT or OF) [-a|--address=]A.B.C.D Set IP addres to A.B.C.D (Required if not using iBFT or OF) [-p|--port=]N Set port to N (Optional. Default 3260) [-u|--username=]N Set username to N (Optional) [-w|--password=]N Set password to N (Optional) [-U|-username_in=]N Set incoming username to N (Optional) [-W|--password_in=]N Set incoming password to N (Optional) [-d|--debug=]debug_level Print debugging information [-b|--fwparam_connect] Create a session to the target using the iBFT or OF info [-N|--fwparam_network] Bring up the network as specified by iBFT or OF [-f|--fwparam_print] Print the iBFT or OF info to STDOUT [-P|--param=]NAME=VALUE Set the parameter with the name NAME to VALUE. NAME is one of the settings in the node record or iscsid.conf. Multiple params can be passed in. [-h|--help] Display this help and exit [-v|--version] Display version and exit SEE ALSO
iscsiadm(8) AUTHORS
Open-iSCSI project <http://www.open-iscsi.org/> Mike Christie <mchristi@redhat.com> Jan 2010 ISCSISTART(8)

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ISCSISTART(8)						   Linux Administrator's Manual 					     ISCSISTART(8)

NAME
iscsistart - iSCSI boot tool SYNOPSIS
iscsistart [OPTION] DESCRIPTION
iscsistart will start a session using the settings passed in, or using the iBFT or Open Firmware [OF] boot information. This program should not be run to manage sessions. Its primary use is to start sessions used for iSCSI root boot. OPTIONS
[-i|--initiatorname=]name Set InitiatorName to name (Required if not using iBFT or OF) [-t|--targetname=]name Set TargetName to name (Required if not using iBFT or OF) [-g|--tgpt=]N Set target portal group tag to N (Required if not using iBFT or OF) [-a|--address=]A.B.C.D Set IP addres to A.B.C.D (Required if not using iBFT or OF) [-p|--port=]N Set port to N (Optional. Default 3260) [-u|--username=]N Set username to N (Optional) [-w|--password=]N Set password to N (Optional) [-U|-username_in=]N Set incoming username to N (Optional) [-W|--password_in=]N Set incoming password to N (Optional) [-d|--debug=]debug_level Print debugging information [-b|--fwparam_connect] Create a session to the target using the iBFT or OF info [-N|--fwparam_network] Bring up the network as specified by iBFT or OF [-f|--fwparam_print] Print the iBFT or OF info to STDOUT [-P|--param=]NAME=VALUE Set the parameter with the name NAME to VALUE. NAME is one of the settings in the node record or iscsid.conf. Multiple params can be passed in. [-h|--help] Display this help and exit [-v|--version] Display version and exit SEE ALSO
iscsiadm(8) AUTHORS
Open-iSCSI project <http://www.open-iscsi.org/> Mike Christie <mchristi@redhat.com> Jan 2010 ISCSISTART(8)

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