ADD a second hard drive (if using VMWare)...
- Using VMWare Console you can see the "login" screen for the VM which tells you the current DHCP IP.
- Management Interface: https://
- Administrator Username: openfiler
- Administrator Password: password
Local Networks Scroll down to Network Access Configuration Name - 10.10.10.0 Netmask = 0.0.0.0 (insecure but can be fixed later) SHARE
Volumes Tab -> New Physical Device
Edit Disk (e.g. /dev/sdb)
Create a partition in /dev/sdb (e.g. full size in Primary non raid mode)
You will now see Device /dev/sdb1 = Linux Physical Volume (0x8e) (below "Create a partition in /dev/sdb will give you "can't create any more")
... Create a new Volume Group (enter a name and click on the Create button)
On the right (Volumes section) -> Add Volume Select the Volume Group created earlier and enter a name (e.g. "first") IMPORTANT: use Filesystem = iSCSI (not sure what "volume size" does...)
Services Tab -> iSCSI target server (defaults to Target Configuration) ENABLE!
Volumes Tab -> (right) iSCSI Targets -> ADD button
copy iqn.2006-01.com.openfiler:tsn.6375fdd7a9e9 for later...
LUN Mapping sub tab -> MAP
NETWORK ACL sub tab -> Allow access
Shutdown is a link in the upper right)
Software RAID? Bonded Interface?
VMWARE ESX ISCSI CONFIGURATION