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Our system is Solaris 11.1 with COMSTAR iSCSI target. We would like to increase MaxRecvDataSegmentLength iSCSI parameter on the target but can't find a way to do it, although certain blog records on the Internet state it is possible. If so, how can we do it?

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How about this:

# iscsiadm modify target-param -p maxrecvdataseglen=65535 TARGET

(-p or --login-param)

# iscsiadm list target-param -v TARGET


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iscsiadm manages iSCSI initiators on a per target basis so it's a client-side utility. It does not list or change anything on the target unfortunately. – Alex May 21 '13 at 6:11

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