iSCSI target randomly gets dropped while doing incremental backup
I have one office running the same setup as here but on random days of the week (some days more frequently than others), it will drop the iSCSI connection at least once and the backups won't run.
I am wondering if anyone else has experienced this and has a solution so that the iSCSI will continue to be connected with proper uptime. I am running one office with iSCSI connected to a Synology rack server and it never drops the iSCSI target, whereas the second office is doing this intermittantly. After it was doing this practically every day, I ran all of the updates on Windows Server 2008r2 and then it worked fine for 2 weeks and yesterday it dropped the iSCSI connection again just the same.
Yesterday it dropped the iSCSI target while performing a back up and the windows system logs don't show anything besides it losing the iSCSI connection and then attempting to reconnect. I can always manually reconnect the iSCSI fine and then I have to manually restart the services (I do this within the media server program) and then I have to disable and enable the storage that points to the iSCSI target.
We have been experiencing this issue for a few weeks now and the Synology server does not show any errors or warnings in its logs or the device status pop up.