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#1 2021-04-28 23:31:20

From: Germany
Registered: 2019-01-22
Posts: 5  

Devuan as iSCSI originator - umount issues on shutdown

Good evening all,

I realize this is probably not a genuine Devuan issue, it probably applies to older Debian as well.

I have set up my Beowulf box as iSCSI originator using open-iscsi (target is a Synology box) and so far it is working well. The only trouble is that the iSCSI "drive" does no unmount in time on shutdown and reboot, making it practically impossible to reboot the machine (need to hard-reset it). The drive in question is mounted with these options in fstab:

LABEL=ISCSI     /home   ext4    defaults,auto,_netdev   0       0

The messages I'm getting are:

acpid: exiting
[ 1852.014742]   connection2:0: ping timeout of 5 secs expired, recv timeout 5, last rx 4295352890, 
last ping 4295354170, now 4295355456

Can anyone comment on this? I suspect  the order of stopping the network connections, iSCSI daemons and unmounting is the problem. Debian Buster is always unmounting the drive and shutting down properly.


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