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    • OS X renaming mount point of iscsi volume
      Hi Chris, It sounds like the OS attempted a second mount of the same target without clearing the first one. The initiator isn't involved in the disk operations, but if you'd like to open a support case, we'll be happy to take a look. Also check that sleep is disabled for both the workstation and the Synology, and that the Session Type is being sent.
    • Phone home
      Hi, It's part of the overall licensing model, and is checking to see if there's an updated version available. Since your initiator is already licensed, blocking this with a firewall will not affect functionality (other than getting new updates). Feel free to open a support case if you have any more questions or concerns.
    • OS X renaming mount point of iscsi volume
      Hi, I am running globalSAN iSCSI Initiator on my Mac Mini, connected to a Synology NAS DS412+ This is the second occasion that after rebooting the system for an OS update, the radiology database engine stops seeing the data on the iSCSI drive. The problem relates to OS X creating an instance of the mount point and adding a digit to the name (the numeral 1) on this occasion. Last time, I had to recreate the drive from scratch under a different name. It was messy and I was out of action for several days. Is there a way to revert to the original mount point and possibly avoid this problem recurring in future? Regards Chris
    • Phone home
      Why is my legally purchased globalsan iSCSCI initiator phoning home every five minutes and which information is sent? http://i.imgur.com/kN1JJAZ.png