Re: udev events for iscsi

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On Mon, Apr 20, 2020 at 06:55:52PM +0200, Gionatan Danti wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a question regarding udev events when using iscsi disks.
> By using "udevadm monitor" I can see that events are generated when I login
> and logout from an iscsi portal/resource, creating/destroying the relative
> links under /dev/
> However, I can not see anything when the remote machine simple
> dies/reboots/disconnects: while "dmesg" shows the iscsi timeout expiring, I
> don't see anything about a removed disk (and the links under /dev/ remains
> unaltered, indeed). At the same time, when the remote machine and disk
> become available again, no reconnection events happen.
> Is this the expected behavior? Can be changed? Should I ping the linux-scsi
> list instead?

Try asking the linux-scsi developers, as they know what should happen
here more than anyone.


greg k-h

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