FreeBSD and iSCSI for disks.
antik at bsd.ee
Wed Apr 8 05:25:54 UTC 2009
Garance A Drosihn wrote:
> Some friends of mine are looking at the new "DroboPro", which makes a
> lot of disk space available via iSCSI (in addition to firewire 800),
> and they were wondering how well iSCSI works with FreeBSD. I haven't
> paid attention to iSCSI support. Is there anyone using it heavily
> for disk-storage under FreeBSD? Has there been much changed for
> iSCSI support in the 8.x branch, or is 7.x support working fine?
I have some experience with "net/istgt" port and it looks solid compared
to OpenBSD implementation "net/iscsi-target". Of course your milage may
This is an iSCSI target, it serves iSCSI protocol and provides
SCSI devices to the initiator (client).
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