So here’s the deelio…
Both Lio-target 3.2, 3.4, and 4.0rc always end up causing a CPU stall on CentOS within 6 hours of a single ESXi host using it. I could get it to bug out quicker while performing heavy usage.
Right now I’m testing it out on Ubuntu, it’s already looking more stable.
If anyone knows why it’s soo buggy on CentOS, PLEASE leave a comment, I’d really like to get it running.
Also had a bunch of problems compiling lio-utils both on CentOS and Ubuntu. If you use git, and install 3.0 it will install on CentOS, then u can install the newer version after. However installing the latest stable doesn’t work, comes up with a bunch of errors.
I’ll be posting another blog entry in regards to running Lio_Target on Ubuntu 10.10 within the week!
PLEASE VISIT http://www.stephenwagner.com/?p=300 for an updated tutorial on how to get Lio-Target running stable on CentOS 6!