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RE: [Xen-devel] iscsi

On Wed, 2004-01-21 at 12:05, Williamson, Mark A wrote:
> If you wanted to get something up and running straight away, you might
> also want to look at unfsd (runs in user space, so can re-export the
> LUNs you import with iSCSI - I don't think kernel NFSd will).
> To ease the pain of using NFS to manage multiple machines, you could try
> ClusterNFS (an enhancement of unfsd to make it easier to manage clusters
> - may be useful for you - this was mentioned by Bin Ren in an earlier
> thread).  Also, the user level copy-on-write nfsd (mentioned by Ian
> Pratt in another thread) might be good although I don't know who's doing
> that or when it'll be ready...

The debian 'diskless' packages used to be good for this task too, but I
do not know if they are still being kept alive.


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