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Hi, I am using linux debian (squeeze) and have installed iscsitarget in it. I exported the iscsi disk to windows server 2008 server for clustering. Win 2008 server is able ...
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    linux iscsitarget not working with windows 2008 server clustering


    Hi,

    I am using linux debian (squeeze) and have installed iscsitarget in it. I exported the iscsi disk to windows server 2008 server for clustering. Win 2008 server is able to detect the disk, but when we are trying to make cluster, we are hitting an error about validate SCSI 3 Persistent reservation the test reported failure. Failed to register PR key for cluster disk 0.

    What should I do to overcome this. I need to create a cluster with iscsi disk in windows 2008 server.

    Thanks
    Vamsi

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    Use an iSCSI target that supports SCSI-3 reservations, such as the one included in FreeNAS. Google is your friend.

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