[CentOS-virt] Choices for shared network storage, NFS vs iSCSI

Wed May 19 13:30:42 UTC 2010
compdoc <compdoc at hotrodpc.com>

I think iSCSI is easier to implement and is certainly fast, but I'm unclear
about the number of iSCSI clients that can access a volume (iSCSI target) at
the same time. So, I use it with only one client at a time.

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Subject: [CentOS-virt] Choices for shared network storage, NFS vs iSCSI

Has anyone here ran performance comparisons between NFS and iSCSI when using
network storage for KVM based guests. Also which have people found to be
easier for managing live migrates etc.


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