[stgt] Transport endpoint is not connected

Mark Ruys mark.ruys at in2sports.net
Mon Apr 25 16:03:37 CEST 2011

Op 24-4-2011 3:40, FUJITA Tomonori schreef:
> On Wed, 20 Apr 2011 14:58:07 +0200
> Mark Ruys<mark.ruys at in2sports.net>  wrote:
>> I'm sorry if I post this question to the wrong list, but...
>> For about a year now I have a iSCSI target running fine. Today I needed
>> to add a target, so I logged and typed:
>> $ sudo tgtadm --lld iscsi --mode target --op show
>> tgtadm: can't send the request to the tgt daemon, Transport endpoint is
>> not connected
>> As this is a production machine, this really scares me. Currently, all
>> targets seem to run fine. How should I interpret this message and how to
>> get tgtadm running again? I can't afford any downtime, so I must be as
>> careful as possible.
> Hmm, the message means that tgtadm can't connect to tgtd. Usually, you
> can see this message when tgtd dies.
> But your 'ps' output says that tgtd runs fine. Your initiators works
> so obviously tgtd works...

I closed down all initiators and rebooted the server. Now tgtd can be 
connected again by tgtadm. I disabled automatic updates as I expect this 
could have been the cause. Automatic updates for a dedicated SAN in the 
storage network is probably not a good idea anyway.

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