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     sh-3.2# iscsiadm -m discovery -t sendtargets -p my.iscsi.target:​3260     sh-3.2# iscsiadm -m discovery -t sendtargets -p my.iscsi.target:​3260
-where //​my.iscsi.target//​ is the DNS name or IP address of your iSCSI target.  ​+where //​my.iscsi.target//​ is the DNS name or IP address of your iSCSI target.  ​You will see a list of available target IQNs.  Log in to the installation target: 
 +    sh-3.2# iscsiadm -m node -T iqn.2007-08.target.iscsi.my:​fedora -l 
 +where //​iqn.2007-08.target.iscsi.my:​fedora//​ is the IQN of the target that you want to install to. 
 +You are now logged in to the installation iSCSI target. ​ Press //​Ctrl-Alt-F6//​ to return to the graphical installation process, and click on //Next// to proceed to the disk selection screen: 
 +{{screenshots:​fedora_iscsi_install_select_drive.png?​400x300|Fedora iSCSI installation disk selection}} 
 +You must tick the "​Review and modify partitioning layout"​ box before proceeding to the disk partitioning screen: 
 +{{screenshots:​fedora_iscsi_install_remove_swap.png?​400x300|Fedora iSCSI installation swap removal}} 
 +Select and delete the swap partition. ​ This is required for two reasons: firstly, swap over iSCSI (or over any network device) is generally a bad idea; secondly, doing so works around a bug in the Fedora installer which would otherwise result in the partition table never being written to disk. 

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