tgtd — The SCSI Target Daemon
tgtd [-C --control-port <INTEGER>] [-d --debug <INTEGER>] [-f --foregound] [-h --help] [--iscsi <...>]
Tgtd is a SCSI Target daemon. It can be used to provide iSCSI target service to a network.
Set to non-zero value to activate additional debugging messages to be logged.
Run the daemon in the foreground.
Print help text to the screen.
This comamnd is used to specify the control port to use for this instance of tgtd. This allows to run multiple instances of TGTD on a host.
TGTADM has a matching argument to control which instance to connect to.
ISCSI specific options. See the ISCSI section below for options specific to this frontend.
These parameters apply only to the iSCSI frontend.
tgtadm(8), tgt-admin(8), tgtimg(8), tgt-setup-lun(8). http://stgt.sourceforge.net/
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