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[Xen-users] SAN for Xen - NFS-RDMA or ISCSI-ISER

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From: "Robert Dunkley" <Robert@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 2 Oct 2009 08:15:34 +0100
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Hi Everyone,

I'm trying to decide on what storage tech would be best for SAN/Storage
use for Xen on an Infiniband network. Targets would just run Linux on
current X86 hardware with decent Raid and Infiniband cards; has anyone
any ideas on which might perform better? 



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