tgt-setup-lun man page

tgt-setup-lun — Helper script that creates a target, adds a device to the target, and defines initiators that can connect to the target

Synopsis

tgt-setup-lun -d <device> -n <targetname> [-b <bsname>] [-t <transport>] [-C <control_port>] [initiator_IP...] [-h]

Description

Creates a target according to the supplied target_name. tgtd must be running. The format of the default IQN generated from the target name is: "iqn.2001-04.com.<hostname>-<target_name>", or a complete IQN may be given. The target name must be unique.

The script then adds the requested device to the target. If specific IP addresses are defined, it adds them to the list of allowed initiators for that target. If no IP addresses is defined, it defines that the target accepts any initiator.

Examples

Create a target that uses /dev/sdb1 and allows connections only from 192.168.10.81:

tgt-setup-lun -d /dev/sdb1 -n my_target 192.168.10.81

Create a target that uses /dev/sdb1 and allows connections only from 192.168.10.81 and 192.168.10.82:

tgt-setup-lun -d /dev/sdb1 -n my_target 192.168.10.81 192.168.10.82

Create a target that uses /dev/sdb1 and allows connections from any initiator:

tgt-setup-lun -d /dev/sdb1 -n my_target

Display help:

tgt-setup-lun -h

Author

Written by Erez Zilber

See Also

targets.conf(5), tgtd(8), tgtadm(8), tgtimg(8), tgt-admin(8). http://stgt.sourceforge.net/

Reporting Bugs

Report bugs to <stgt@vger.kernel.org>

Referenced By

targets.conf(5), tgtadm(8), tgt-admin(8).

02/05/2016 [FIXME: source] [FIXME: manual]