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Re: iSCSI initiator problems
On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 08:29:58AM +0100, Adam Hamsik wrote:
> On Mar,Wednesday 11 2009, at 3:40 AM, Toru Nishimura wrote:
>> I'm considering to have diskless Xen DOMU cluster. I suppose
>> there are choices among how DOMU storage is prepared and
>> I would like to collect suggestions;
>> - have large files on NFS server /iSCSI service provider.
>> - or, make Xen DOMU normal NFS clients.
>> - or, other ...
> You can place DomU disks on LVM on Dom0 and exports Logical partitions
> like disks
> with iSCSI. You will need to boot kernel + ramdisk which will connect/
> mount iSCSI
> disk during boot and chroot to mounted disk if it is possible with
Why do any of these when one can just use Xen disk devices? They should
be much more efficient than iSCSI.
The only reason I can see to use NFS is if the data must be write-shared.
But iSCSI won't work in that case either.
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