iSCSI Nodename

Posted on 2009-02-15
Last Modified: 2012-05-06

I have a linux client that has a iscsi-initator installed.  I want to know the nodename.
Can someone tell me how I can get that ?
Is there a cli-command that i can run to get the iscsi-nodename ?

Remember, I need to use this iscsi-nodename while creating an igroup on my filer.

Please let me konw.

Thanks & Regards,
Question by:Nameesh_Rajamane
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    Accepted Solution

    try /sbin/initiator-iname

    and look at man iscsiadm

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    Assisted Solution

    Under RedHat try: iscsi-iname

    Initiator name is configured under /etc/initiatorname.iscsi (RHEL4) or /etc/iscsi/initiatorname.iscsi (RHEL5).

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