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iscsictl(8) [freebsd man page]

ISCSICTL(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					       ISCSICTL(8)

NAME
iscsictl -- iSCSI initiator management utility SYNOPSIS
iscsictl -A -p portal -t target [-u user -s secret] iscsictl -A -d discovery-host [-u user -s secret] iscsictl -A -a [-c path] iscsictl -A -n nickname [-c path] iscsictl -M -i session-id [-p portal] [-t target] [-u user] [-s secret] iscsictl -M -i session-id [-n nickname [-c path]] iscsictl -R [-p portal] [-t target] iscsictl -R -a iscsictl -R -n nickname [-c path] iscsictl -L [-v] DESCRIPTION
The iscsictl utility is used to configure the iSCSI initiator. The following options are available: -A Add session. -M Modify session. -R Remove session. -L List sessions. -a When adding, add all sessions defined in the configuration file. When removing, remove all currently established sessions. -c Path to the configuration file. The default is /etc/iscsi.conf. -d Target host name or address used for SendTargets discovery. When used, it will add a temporary discovery session. After discovery is done, sessions will be added for each discovered target, and the temporary discovery session will be removed. -i Session ID, as displayed by iscsictl -v. -n The "nickname" of session defined in the configuration file. -p Target portal - host name or address - for statically defined targets. -s CHAP secret. -t Target name. -u CHAP login. -v Verbose mode. Certain parameters are necessary when adding a session. One can specify these either via command line (using the -t, -p, -u, and -s options), or configuration file (using the -a or -n options). Some functionality - for example mutual CHAP - is available only via configu- ration file. Since connecting to the target is performed in background, non-zero exit status does not mean that the session was successfully established. Use iscsictl -L to check the connection status. Note that in order for the iSCSI initiator to be able to connect to a target, the iscsid(8) daemon must be running. Also note that FreeBSD currently supports two different initiators: the old one, iscsi_initiator(4), with its control utility iscontrol(8), and the new one, iscsi(4), with iscsictl and iscsid(8). The only thing the two have in common is the configuration file, iscsi.conf(5). FILES
/etc/iscsi.conf iSCSI initiator configuration file. EXIT STATUS
The iscsictl utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs. EXAMPLES
Attach to target iqn.2012-06.com.example:target0, served by 192.168.1.1: iscsictl -A -t iqn.2012-06.com.example:target0 -p 192.168.1.1 Disconnect all iSCSI sessions: iscsictl -Ra SEE ALSO
iscsi(4), iscsi.conf(5), iscsid(8) HISTORY
The iscsictl command appeared in FreeBSD 10.0. AUTHORS
The iscsictl utility was developed by Edward Tomasz Napierala <trasz@FreeBSD.org> under sponsorship from the FreeBSD Foundation. BSD
September 12, 2014 BSD

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