iSCSI support

Wojciech Puchar wojtek at
Tue Nov 22 11:20:24 GMT 2005

>> from people.
> ICBW but to me it seems that iSCSI is like a distributed NFS backend.  You can
> store the data on multiple devices, in multiple forms (as long as they
> all talk iSCSI).  You can also have two storage sites (geographically
> separate) connected by fibre and use those for storage.
same as NFS. while with iSCSI you have exported whole devices that can't 
be really shared with ease. and 100 times more expensive of course that 
just a cheap PC with cheap IDE drives..

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