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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure - Instance Hangs at Boot Time with ISCSI Error (Doc ID 2558832.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 14, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure - Version N/A to N/A [Release 1.0]
Linux x86-64

Symptoms

  1. The instance is not booting up and getting hung on ISCSI errors
  2.  Unable to login to the instance
  3.  Error messages at boot:

Starting auditd: [ OK ]
Starting system logger: [ OK ]
Starting irqbalance: [ OK ]
Starting iscsi:

Jun 27 16:29:45 localhost iscsid: iscsid: connecting to 169.254.0.2:3260
Jun 27 16:29:45 localhost iscsid: iscsid: connected local port 58890 to 169.254.0.2:3260
[ 21.167699] connection1:0: detected conn error (1020)
Jun 27 16:30:45 localhost iscsid: iscsid: re-opening session 1 (reopen_cnt 0)    <===
Jun 27 16:30:47 localhost iscsid: iscsid: connecting to 169.254.0.2:3260
Jun 27 16:30:47 localhost iscsid: iscsid: connected local port 58911 to 169.254.0.2:3260
[ 83.499871] connection1:0: detected conn error (1020)
Jun 27 16:31:47 localhost  iscsid: iscsid: re-opening session 1 (reopen_cnt 1)    <===
Jun 27 16:31:49 localhost  iscsid: iscsid: connecting to 169.254.0.2:3260
Jun 27 16:31:49 localhost  iscsid: iscsid: connected local port 58919 to 169.254.0.2:3260
[ 145.584616] connection1:0: detected conn error (1020)
Jun 27 16:32:49 localhost  iscsid: iscsid: re-opening session 1 (reopen_cnt 2)     <===
Jun 27 16:32:51 localhost iscsid: iscsid: connecting to 169.254.0.2:3260
Jun 27 16:32:52 localhost iscsid: iscsid: connected local port 58927 to 169.254.0.2:3260
[ 207.669714] connection1:0: detected conn error (1020)
Jun 27 16:33:51 localhost iscsid: iscsid: re-opening session 1 (reopen_cnt 3)     <===
Jun 27 16:33:53 localhost iscsid: iscsid: connecting to 169.254.0.2:3260
Jun 27 16:33:54 localhost  iscsid: iscsid: connected local port 58935 to 169.254.0.2:3260
[ 269.753497] connection1:0: detected conn error (1020)

Changes

 The default options for the boot IQN was changed from onboot to automatic

 

Cause

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