I have an iSCSI resource that is set to read only (internal reason for it to
be), however it is not mounting - it comes up with the errors displayed
within. I was also wondering if perhaps there was a way to mount read only
NSS media (not cd/dvd/iso)? On the flip side of this, any way to make it so
that nothing can write to it otherwise, even the server itself? Save those
options, one could take all the rights away from the volume if the source
was in read/write mode, what does the netware server do to a volume when it
mounts it, what files are modified/etc? Need to have the least amount of
changes possible to the volume.

Apr 21, 2009 12:31:29 pm NSS<ZLSS>-3.27-xxxx: zlssMSAP.c[363]
MSAP: Pool "DATA1" write error 263.
Apr 21, 2009 12:31:29 pm NSS<COMN>-3.27-689: comnPool.c[407]
Could not change pool DATA1 to the ACTIVE state.
Status=263 zlssMSAP.c[1209].

I did see mention of a Hamish Speirs related file, but not sure what it is &
if it could prevent the server itself from writing to the pool/volume -