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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iscsi iSCSI] is a protocol that allows you to connect to block-oriented [[storage]] over the IP-[[network]]. To have an ISCSI target, you do not need to buy an enterprise-class ISCSI storage, you can start an ISCSI target as service on your computer. This is especially useful when running e.g. [[cluster]] tests on shared storage.
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Sorry Roy but I don’t know atynhing about the NV – I only have DuosThe ReadyNAS Community  forums might be able to help though…
 
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What’s up?.  Thanks a bunch for the blog.  I’ve been dggiing around looking some info up for shool, but there is so much out thereGoogle lead me here – good for you i suppose!  Keep up the great information.  I will be coming back in a couple of days to see if there is any more info.
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= See also =
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* http://fedoranews.org/mediawiki/index.php/Going_Enterprise_-_setup_your_FC4_iSCSI_target_in_5_minutes
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* http://www.howtoforge.com/iscsi_on_linux
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Revision as of 05:41, 13 February 2012

Sorry Roy but I don’t know atynhing about the NV – I only have Duos. The ReadyNAS Community forums might be able to help though…