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I can see similar kernel messages:

GLO Warning: Failed to set TOS (error 22)

GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0x64efc00) will be ignored.

IBMDiskArrayController5::probe fails

GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0x64efc00) will be ignored.

EMCDiskArrayController5::probe fails

Couldn't alloc class "NO_EVOInitiator"

GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0x64efc00) will be ignored.

IOSCSIMultipathedLogicalUnit: Failed to Add Path 0xf1ea900

GLO Warning: Error 32 while receiving BHS.

GLO Warning: Receiving thread has stopped with error 32.

IOSurface: buffer allocation size is zero

IOSurface: buffer allocation size is zero

IOSurface: buffer allocation size is zero

GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0x7ef2800) will be ignored.

IBMDiskArrayController5::probe fails

GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0x7ef2800) will be ignored.

EMCDiskArrayController5::probe fails

Couldn't alloc class "NO_EVOInitiator"

GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0x7ef2800) will be ignored.

IOSCSIMultipathedLogicalUnit: Failed to Add Path 0x693d700

GLO Warning: Error 32 while receiving BHS.

GLO Warning: Receiving thread has stopped with error 32.

GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0x6539000) will be ignored.

IBMDiskArrayController5::probe fails

GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0x6539000) will be ignored.

EMCDiskArrayController5::probe fails

Couldn't alloc class "NO_EVOInitiator"

GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0x6539000) will be ignored.

IOSCSIMultipathedLogicalUnit: Failed to Add Path 0x686e800

GLO Warning: Error 32 while receiving BHS.

GLO Warning: Receiving thread has stopped with error 32.

No disk devices have been created after connecting:

localhost:~ root# ll /dev/disk*

brw-r----- 1 root operator 14, 0 Oct 19 20:25 /dev/disk0

brw-r----- 1 root operator 14, 1 Oct 19 20:25 /dev/disk0s1

brw-r----- 1 root operator 14, 2 Oct 19 20:25 /dev/disk0s2

brw-r----- 1 root operator 14, 3 Oct 19 20:25 /dev/disk0s3

I'm using a Synology DS 211j for my iSCSI target.

The issue mentioned here by me seems to be fixed by the version delivered today (5.0.0.286).

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The issue mentioned here by me seems to be fixed by the version delivered today (5.0.0.286).

Me too. My target is ReadyNAS Ultra 6.

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Check for updates in system preferences for globalSAN iSCSI initiator is indicating that version 5.0.0.290 is available, but after install it is still 5.0.0.279?

Manual download offers the old version of 5.0.0.279?

Hello,

Today we released 5.0.0.286 of our globalSAN iSCSI Initiator, which intends to address some of the connectivity issues reported here with the Synology and ReadyNAS targets.

Extra thanks to those who provided us with logs.

Please update your installations and let us know if your connection problems have been resolved with this build.

Thank you,

-Caspian

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I have Mac 10.7.2 with Synology 3.2 and just installed glabalSAN 5.0.0.286. it works! Pheeeeww, at last :-)

Thank you . I am going to put my order very soon.

Hello,

Today we released 5.0.0.286 of our globalSAN iSCSI Initiator, which intends to address some of the connectivity issues reported here with the Synology and ReadyNAS targets.

Extra thanks to those who provided us with logs.

Please update your installations and let us know if your connection problems have been resolved with this build.

Thank you,

-Caspian

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So... Now we finally got the commercial version of globalSAN. Production quality with a long "beta period" behind it. And it runs on 10.7!

I install it and what happens? Nothing! I activate the trial license, add my Synology iSCSI target and click connect. The icon turns green. But nothing happens. No mounts. No nothing.

In fact the only thing that appears to happen is the constant crashing of the installed HASP daemon.

Guess we have a couple more months to wait. If we want to use this initiator.

Have your problems been resolved by the latest update?

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I installed version 5.0.0.286, but still do not see any devices for my LG N2B1. Should I resend you my trace and debug data collected with the new version?

Yes. Please send trace and debug data to:

iscsi@studionetworksolutions.com

Thank you.

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All my issues have been resolved with the latest release. Im using it with a ReadyNas Pro Pioneer!

Thanks!

Hello!

It works!

Very fast, 60MB writing and 80MB reading... :)

ReadyNAS Ultra6

Thanx

Tommy

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Hello,

Setup : globalsan 5.0.0.286 on Lion 10.7.2 mounting HPFS+ Lun on synology ds1010+. Tested with Authentification Settings = none an chap login/password.

When i manually connect the LUN, no problem.

Mount/access/read/write/unmount is OK.

But when i make it persistent, it doesn't mount at reboot.

After 1 or 2 mintutes i have this message :

Unable to login to all globalSAN persistent targets at startup

Connections to persistent targets will be reattempted periodically every 30s.

But nothing. The lun doesn't mount itself.

What do i have to do then?

Thanks.

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Well, after installing the latest version my trial activation key doesn't function anymore.

Got a new trial key and finaly it works!

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Hi!

No one has problem with persistent targets?

Hello IcyFred.

No i haven't

My setup : globalsan 5.0.0.286 on Lion 10.7.2 mounting HPFS+ Lun on synology ds1511+. Tested with Authentification Settings = none an chap login/password.

Persistant and reboot many times

Only this warnings in the console at the boot of the mac :

31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: GLO Warning: Failed to set TOS (error 22)
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0xffffff800d1c6c00) will be ignored.
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: IBMDiskArrayController5::probe fails
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0xffffff800d1c6c00) will be ignored.
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: EMCDiskArrayController5::probe fails
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: Couldn't alloc class "NO_EVOInitiator"
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: clear data->SCCSReserved byte (was 0xb0)
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: clear data->SCCSReserved byte (was 0xb0)
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: clear data->SCCSReserved byte (was 0xb0)
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: clear data->SCCSReserved byte (was 0xb0)
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: clear data->SCCSReserved byte (was 0xb0)
31/10/11 12:32:30,000 kernel: GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0xffffff800d1c6c00) will be ignored.
31/10/11 12:32:30,000 kernel: GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0xffffff800d1c6c00) will be ignored.
31/10/11 12:32:30,000 kernel: GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0xffffff800d1c6c00) will be ignored

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Hello IcyFred.

No i haven't

My setup : globalsan 5.0.0.286 on Lion 10.7.2 mounting HPFS+ Lun on synology ds1511+. Tested with Authentification Settings = none an chap login/password.

Persistant and reboot many times

Only this warnings in the console at the boot of the mac :

31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: GLO Warning: Failed to set TOS (error 22)
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0xffffff800d1c6c00) will be ignored.
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: IBMDiskArrayController5::probe fails
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0xffffff800d1c6c00) will be ignored.
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: EMCDiskArrayController5::probe fails
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: Couldn't alloc class "NO_EVOInitiator"
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: clear data->SCCSReserved byte (was 0xb0)
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: clear data->SCCSReserved byte (was 0xb0)
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: clear data->SCCSReserved byte (was 0xb0)
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: clear data->SCCSReserved byte (was 0xb0)
31/10/11 12:32:29,000 kernel: clear data->SCCSReserved byte (was 0xb0)
31/10/11 12:32:30,000 kernel: GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0xffffff800d1c6c00) will be ignored.
31/10/11 12:32:30,000 kernel: GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0xffffff800d1c6c00) will be ignored.
31/10/11 12:32:30,000 kernel: GLO Warning: Tail (34 of 98 bytes) of the Data Segment (PDU 0xffffff800d1c6c00) will be ignored

Thanks for your answer the Franck.

So it must be my osx then. I'm going to uninstall / re-install globansan to see if that fixes the issue.

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