ronniesahlberg at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 03:54:33 CEST 2011
The manpages were added in Feb/March last year, which is probably why
you don't have them on 10.04.
To create a 100M disk image using tgtimg you do this (from the manpage
you don't have)
tgtimg --op new --device-type disk --type disk --size
100 --file /data/hd001.raw
This requires a newer version of tgtimg than you have too :-(
Which is why your tgtimg command line fails. Its too old.
But you can use 'dd' to create the image instead :
dd if=/dev/zero of=/var/iscsi/100MBdisk.raw bs=1M count=100
There are a lot of other really neat things added since your version
too, so maybe you
could consider building TGTD from sources?
Or ask Ubuntu to update the package to a more recent version of tgtd ?
On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 2:22 AM, David Braun <braunster at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just loaded the tgt (version 1:1.0.0-2 i think) package onto Ubuntu
> 10.04 and ran into a number of problems.
> 1. tgtimg has no man page
> 2. tgtd has no man page
> 3. when I entered "tgtimg --op new --device-type disk --type disk
> --size 1024 --file test.img" I got the error "unknown target type:
> disk" - this implies one of the "disk" arguments is wrong but since
> neither is a "target" I can't tell which to fix.
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