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NetBSD 6.1.5 - man page for iscsi-target (netbsd section 8)

ISCSI-TARGET(8) 		   BSD System Manager's Manual			  ISCSI-TARGET(8)

     iscsi-target -- service remote iSCSI requests

     iscsi-target [-46DV] [-b block length] [-f configuration file] [-p port number]
		  [-s maximum number of sessions] [-t target name] [-v verbose arg]

     iscsi-target is the server for iSCSI requests from iSCSI initiators.  iscsi-target listens
     for discovery and login requests on the required port, and responds to those requests appro-

     Options and operands available for iscsi-target:

     -4      iscsi-target will listen for IPv4 connections, and respond back using IPv4.  This is
	     the default address family.

     -6      iscsi-target will listen for IPv6 connections, and respond back using IPv6.

     -b blocksize
	     Specify the underlying block size for iSCSI storage which will be served.	The pos-
	     sible sizes are: 512, 1024, 2048, and 4096 bytes, with the default being 512 bytes.

     -D      When this option is specified, iscsi-target will not detach itself from the control-
	     ling tty, and will not become a daemon.  This can be useful for debugging purposes.

     -f configfile
	     Use the named file as the configuration file.  The default file can be found in
	     /etc/iscsi/targets.  See targets(5) for more information.

     -p port number
	     Use the port number provided as the argument as the port on which to listen for
	     iSCSI service requests from initiators.

     -s maximum number of sessions
	     Allow the maximum number of sessions to be initiated when connecting to the target.

     -t filename
	     The target name (as it appears to the iSCSI initiator) can be specified using this

     -V      iscsi-target will print the utility name and version number, and the address for bug
	     reports, and then exit.

     -v argument
	     The amount of information shown can be varied by using this command.  Possible val-
	     ues of argument are net to show network-related information, iscsi to show iSCSI
	     protocol-related information, scsi to show SCSI protocol information, and all to
	     show information from all of the above arguments.

     /etc/iscsi/targets 	the list of exported storage
     /var/run/iscsi-target.pid	the PID of the currently running iscsi-target


     The iscsi-target utility first appeared in NetBSD 4.0.

BSD					   May 27, 2006 				      BSD

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