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sanboot iscsi fails. Any idea why?
2014-06-21, 11:32
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RE: sanboot iscsi fails. Any idea why?
(2014-06-21 08:21)ingestre Wrote:  I reimaged the drive but left out the partition to partition copy as a test. It booted into XP - Success! I still have a couple of issues. Minor but annoying.
1) The booted drive is the same size as the original. I'd like to be able to expand it to fill the iscsi target somehow.
2) booted drive now appears as drive D, with the original disk still being loaded as drive C - suspect I need to disconnect the original drive for the iSCSI target to appear as C:

Glad you got it working!

I think WinXP should allow you to resize the partition that you have booted from. From memory, it's something like right-click on My Computer, choose Manage, browse to the bit about disks, right-click on partition, and choose the option which looks like Resize. It's been a long time since I tried this; my recollection may be inaccurate.

You should definitely disconnect the original disk.

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RE: sanboot iscsi fails. Any idea why? - mcb30 - 2014-06-21 11:32

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