[CentOS] NAS Storage server question
rswwalker at gmail.com
Fri Jun 12 00:52:11 UTC 2009
On Jun 11, 2009, at 5:21 PM, "Joseph L. Casale" <JCasale at activenetwerx.com
>> what has been rock stable?
>> can you be more specific on the implementaion?
>> are you saying "it" or "iet"
>> if "iet" what is that?
> Sorry buddy,
> I meant "iSCSI Enterprise Target" @ http://
> This project is fortunate enough to have the developers and some
> very bright and experienced members active in the list. It was
> one the places I started when learning Linux and received some
> help from two specific people.
> This is one of the few pieces of software as critical as it is, I have
> gotten into the bad habit of not monitoring, it just bloody runs w/o
> If you need a target, I can at least say this one is rock stable and
> issues are dealt with fast!
It is, though it needs to be brought current with asynchronous
notifications, persistent reservations, error recovery level 2 and
multiple connections per session.
So if any developer wants to get their feet wet with the iSCSI
protocol and kernel driver development please subscribe to the iSCSI
Enterprise Target list.
Also when testing it out use the 'noop' or 'deadline' io schedulers on
the backend target storage as there currently is a performance issue
with the 'cfq' scheduler.
It compiles clean on most architectures.
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