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resolved – bnx2i dev eth0 does not support iscsi

September 19th, 2012

There's a weird incident occurred on a linux box. The linux box turned not responsible to ping or ssh, although from ifconfig and /proc/net/bonding/bond0 file, the system said it's running ok. After some google work, I found that the issue may related to the NIC driver. I tried bring down/bring up NICs one by one, but got error:

Bringing up loopback interface bond0: bnx2i: dev eth0 does not support iscsi

bnx2i: iSCSI not supported, dev=eth0

bonding: no command found in slaves file for bond bond0. Use +ifname or -ifname

At last, I tried restart the whole network i.e. /etc/init.d/network restart. And that did the trick, the networking was then running ok and can ping/ssh to it without problem.

Good Luck!


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