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iscsi.conf - iSCSI Target and LUN configuration
This manual page describes the format of the /etc/iscsi.conf file. This file is a simple
text file that iscsid(8) uses to locate iSCSI target devices and LUNs. Comments are
marked by lines beginning with '#'.
Available entries include:
IP address or hostname to use for target discovery. A TCP port number may be spec-
ified by appending a colon followed by the port number. This entry must start in
the first column, and must not contain any whitespace.
A synonym for DiscoveryAddress.
Specify the authentication user. If this entry precedes all DiscoveryAddress
entries, it serves as the default. If this entry is indented under a DiscoveryAd-
dress entry, it specifies the user for all targets discovered at that IP address.
Specify the authentication password for the previously listed iSCSI If this entry
precedes all DiscoveryAddress entries, it serves as the default. If this entry is
indented under a DiscoveryAddress entry, it specifies the user for all targets dis-
covered at that IP address.
# set the default user and password
# targets at this address will use the default Username and Password
# targets at this address will use the Username and Password below
The iSCSI initiator drivers, README files, and example configuration files are available
on the Linux-iSCSI homepage at:
iSCSI Target and LUN configuration
$Revision: 1.9 $ $Date: 2002/09/19 20:00:32 $ ISCSI.CONF(5)
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