Status of iSCSI
forrie at forrie.com
Thu Sep 30 09:47:17 PDT 2004
Our application would be to a backend mailstore - so there would be only
the mail-related "ids" that would connect... so I don't know that this
However, we're preferring to use iSCSI - which may require an OS change
unfortunately, unless we find another means.
Can someone here make a recommendation. To keep FreeBSD at the
front-end, we'd have to go fibre, but that's a little out of my
experience, and I've been told there are issues with multiple
connections to a FC share (or something of that nature).
Michael Joyner wrote:
> NFS EXPORTS must be configured manually per ip per uid
> so if you have 15 UIDS you need to map ownership on files via NFS to
> say 5 workstations you have to do 15*5 configurations via a webform.
> will not talk Windows 2003 AD
> I have 3 here (bought before my time), and absolutely hate them.
> Forrest Aldrich wrote:
>> Care to qualify that statement? (ie: back it up with useful
>> information, and not rhetoric ;-))
>> Michael Joyner wrote:
>>>> I'd be curious of performance stats you may have experience with on
>>>> this scenario. We could could also get a NAS-type device that
>>>> isn't as high-end as
>>>> Netapp (Snap Appliance?).
>>> Snap Servers are *EVIL*
>>> Run Away!
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