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Here I will provide successfully solution how to make Backup disk for Mac OS X 10.6 'Snow Leopard' over iSCSI LUN from NetAPP.

Iscsi free download - Microsoft iSCSI Initiator, QLogic iSCSI Adapter, TotalMounter, and many more programs. GlobalSAN iSCSI initiator for Mac OS/X v. 4 has been released As I told you in another blog post, I'm using GlobalSAN iSCSI initiator for Mac OS/X to remotely connect to my time machine disk, which happens to be a ZFS volume managed by a Solaris host. As I described in previous posts, I setup an iSCSI target with Solaris COMSTAR backed by a ZFS volume.I want to use this volume as a disk for Mac OS X Time Machine. This way, I'll get the best of the two technologies: a pretty looking and easy to manage Time Machine for backing up my MacBook backed by an enterprise-level, redundant and scalable ZFS volume published as an iSCSI target over my. ISCSI is a network storage protocol that allows sending and receiving of SCSI commands over a TCP/IP network. This allows you to leverage Ethernet, a low cost network medium to get SAN performance and network based storage. While you can use pretty much any Ethernet switch, I’d recommend that if you’re going to use iSCSI Continue reading How to use iSCSI on Mac OS X.

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Following this instruction:
1) downloading iSCSI initialization for Mac OS X 10.5x
globalSAN_3.3.0.43.dmg.zip
2) Unzip and mount it by diskutil and install 'globalSAN iSCSI 3.3.0 Installer.mpkg' by double click, following the installation instruction at the end is necessary to rebook Mac for installing iSCSI kernel extension.
3) After Mac restarted, open 'System Preferences' – > 'globalSAN iSCSI' ( in Studio Network solutions ).
4) goto to preferences tab and copy the 'Initiator Name'. Example: ' iqn.2005-03.com.sns:mac-osx-mac-pro'
5) Now connecting to the NetApp command line interface and execute bellow commands:
netapp01> lun create -s 500g -t windows_gpt /vol/smaccel/macosxlun
lun create: created a LUN of size: 500.1g (536952700928)
Comment: here important to show Lun file system type as windows_gpt, all others Mac will not understand

netapp01> igroup create -i -t windows macosx
Comment: here necessary to show 'windows' type of group

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netapp01> igroup add bridget iqn.2005-03.com.sns:mac-osx-mac-pro
Comment: here we assigning your Mac iSCSI initiator to the group
netapp01> lun map /vol/smaccel/macosxlun macosx
lun map: auto-assigned macosx=0
Comment: here we mapping iSCSI LUN to the our group
netapp01> igroup show
bridget (iSCSI) (ostype: solaris):
iqn.2005-03.com.sns:mac-osx-mac-pro (not logged in)

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netapp01> lun show -v
/vol/smaccel/macosxlun 500.1g (536952700928) (r/w, online, mapped)
Serial#: hpj4J4SUSXBx
Share: none
Space Reservation: enabled
Multiprotocol Type: windows_gpt
Maps: macosx =0

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netapp01> iscsi security add -i iqn.2005-03.com.sns:mac-osx-mac-pro -s CHAP -p maciscsipassword -n maciscsiuser
Comment: maciscsiuser and maciscsipassword are CAHP username and password for iSCSI authentication
6) Now in Mac -> System Preferences->globalSAN iSCSI in Portals tab we must insert IP address of NetApp storage with created iSCSI LUN
7) After it – go to Targets tab , select IP of NetApp an click at 'Modify' button.
8 ) Check CHAP authentication box and write created username and password, press 'Connect'
9) At 'Sessions' tab select netapp initiator and press 'info'. At button you must see NetApp disk info
If your iSCIS LUN not ready partitioned from Mac OS – after login in to initiator, the Diskutil will automated asked you to initialize new founded RAW partitioned disk.
10) in Diskutils create new one partition 'Mac OS Extended Journaled' with GUID Partition Table.
11) In Time Machine preferences select new iSCSI mounted Disk and switch it On



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One virtual disk I have shared in iSCSI is running out of space. I have space available on my disk pool and I want to resize (expand) the virtual disk to a larger capacity without losing data.

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For Windows 7/Windows 2008 Server iSCSI initiators:

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  • Step 1: Disconnect iSCSI disk from Windows: Open iSCSI Initiator and on the Targets tab click “Disconnect” on the target. Click Yes to disconnect from all sessions.
  • Step 2: Remove iSCSI share from Syneto Storage: Select virtual disk from the “Folders & VDisks” page, select “iSCSI/FC share” tab and delete the iSCSI share
  • Step 3: Edit virtual disk and change size: on the same page click the Edit button, increase size to the desired value and click “Update”
  • Step 4: Add iSCSI share on Syneto Storage: on the same page click the “New iSCSI share”, select “iSCSI/FC share” tab and the share you deleted at Step 2.
  • Step 5: Connect iSCSI disk: from Windows: Open iSCSI Initiator and on the Targets tab click “Connect” the target.
  • Step 6: Resize Windows partition: Open Computer Management, click on Storage/Disk Management, right click on partition you want to resize and click “Extend Volume …”; choose defaults in the Extend Volume wizard (will suggest to expand to use all available size).

For MacOS X using globalSAN iSCSI Initiator:

  • Step 1: Eject iSCSI disk from Disk Utility or Finder
  • Step 2: Remove iSCSI share from Syneto Storage: Select virtual disk from the “Folders & VDisks” page, select “iSCSI/FC share” tab and delete the iSCSI share
  • Step 3: Edit virtual disk and change size: on the same page click the Edit button, increase size to the desired value and click “Update”
  • Step 4: Add iSCSI share on Syneto Storage: on the same page click the “New iSCSI share”, select “iSCSI/FC share” tab and the share you deleted at Step 2.
  • Step 5: Update GUID partition table using Terminal.app. These instructions are for a unix-savvy user, so ask for technical support help if these don’t mean anything to you.
  • Step 6: Resize partition using Disk Utility by selecting the iSCSI disk, then on the Partition tab drag the partition’s resize control and click Apply.

    For VMware ESX/vCenter iSCSI initiator

    Expanding a VMware datastore that is created over a vDisk shared in iSCSI requires keeping the share active so that the running virtual machines do not need to be migrated or shut down.

    To resize the vDisk while the datastore is still connected, you have to:


    • Step 1: Edit virtual disk and change size: on the same page click the Edit button, increase size to the desired value and click “Update” (E.g. for a vDisk with path tank/vm/servers we want to increase size from 500GB to 900GB)
    • Step 2: Connect using an ssh client (openssh, putty) to the storage and drop into “unsupported shell”
    • Step 3: Determine iSCSI share source and GUID In the example above we wanted to increase the size of tank/vm/servers from 500GB to 900GB. We can see that even though we have increased the size, the LUN data size is still 536870912000 bytes (536870912000/1024/1024/1024 = 500GB).
    • Step 4: Increase iSCSI LUN data size First you have to calculate the new size in bytes (900*1024*1024*1024=966367641600), and run the sbdadm modify-lu command: After modifying the logical unit data size, you can verify the new size.
    • Step 4: Using vSphere client navigate to the ESX configuration/Hardware/Storage section and run “Rescan All …”
    • Step 5: Select Datastore you need to expand, right click -> Properties and on the volume’s General section click “Increase” and the expanded size will be available.