We have an NSS 324 on RAID5 for a total of 6TB of space. I had set up an iSCSI target to use with our backup device to perform monthly copies of our backup store, but this month it failed. I discovered that the firmware was not up to date, so I updated it to 1.5, which is current, but the iSCSI target was still coming back as "Aborted". Failing to find a better solution, I deleted and am trying to re-create the iSCSI target, but it won't let me allocate the space now. I had allocated 2000GB to the target before; my RAID5 volume has 2170GB free, and when I attempt to set up the new target, it says I have 169GB free. I'm guessing that what happened is that the space allocated for the previous iSCSI target was never released, but I have no idea how to determine if that's true, or what to do about it. Can anyone shed some light on the matter for me?
Never mind - I figured it out. There was still a LUN left over from the original iSCSI target (why I couldn't see it before, I don't know). I deleted that and now it will allow me to allocate the 2000GB to a new target/LUN.
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