18 June 2011

Configuring iSCSI Initiators in Linux

In part 1, we worked through how to set up iSCSI targets in Linux
(the server side).  Here, in part 2, are my notes on how to set up the
initiators in Linux (the client side).  Our host details for this are
the same as part 1:

15 June 2011

Configuring iSCSI Targets in Linux

Since I've already been looking into iSCSI on Solaris, I thought I'd look
to see what Linux has to offer.  While in comparison to Solaris I think
the Linux side could still mature a little, it still has potential and
a functional offering.  The following is part 1 of my notes detailing

13 June 2011

Configuring iSCSI Initiators in Solaris

In part 1, we worked through how to set up iSCSI targets in Solaris
(the server side).  Now, for part 2, I present my notes on how to set
up the initiators in Solaris on the client side.  Our host details for
this are the same as part 1:

08 June 2011

Configuring iSCSI Targets in Solaris

While reviewing potential ideas for several environments, I started
looking into the use iSCSI as a means of providing remote storage.
With that in mind, this is part 1 of my iSCSI notes, detailing the
configuration of a test Solaris iSCSI target node which would provide