According to open-iscsi package help file, you can try to fill manually iscsi credentials int the config file.
The OS get iSCSI information with the kernel module iscsi-ibft. That is the reason for adding ISCSI_AUTO=true
In my case, no need to configure the NIC, after boot, when I check, the card has the same IP as I configured in the iscsi boot option rom.
Like I wrote on the top of the howto, I use BIOS boot, because my adapter fail to boot on UEFI.
Did you use the 5.15 kernel ? (At the time I wrote the post, 5.13 fails to iSCSI boot)
Step 16 is very important, and you must update initramfs after this !
I see you have the same issue with Debian and Proxmox, maybe you shall check the HDD/iSCSI connection.
What filer do you use ?
Did you do a S.M.A.R.T test on your disks ?
When you said in you other post
It is on the same LUN with same iSCSI connection as now ?
When I see about adding the support for iSCSI install with the official ISO is actually not planned I searched some ideas to make this possible.
I found a workaround with the official PVE 7.1 ISO and I want to share, maybe it can help someone.
Only the iSCSI workaround will be explained, I...
Hi there !
After two weeks of testing a lot of solutions, I come here to maybe get an answer about my issue.
I use proxmox from v4 and now I have two Synology rs2421+ in HA mode for storage and I want to make my new three hypervisors boot over iSCSI.
MY stuff :
- MB Asrock Rack...