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Drivers and daemon for using iSCSI (SCSI over IP) on Linux. For Linux kernels 2.6.11 and above, use open-iscsi.org. For the 2.6.9 and 2.4 kernels, use the RHEL4 and RHEL3 CDs respectively. The 4.0.2 version here will work on the 2.6.10 kernel only.
Generic SCSI target subsystem for Linux SCST allows creation of sophisticated storage devices. It includes generic SCSI target core with SCSI target drivers and backend handlers. There are target drivers for iSCSI, Fibre Channel, SRP, SAS, FCoE, etc.
Openfiler is a browser-based network storage management utility. Linux-powered, Openfiler delivers file-based Network Attached Storage (NAS) and block-based SAN in a single framework. It supports CIFS, NFS, HTTP/DAV, FTP, and iSCSI.
GUI application that manages iSCSI Enterprise Target software. With it you can do the following: view, edit, and delete existing iSCSI volumes create and delete iSCSI volumes view and disconnect iSCSI clients (initiators) manage global IET parameters (e.g., iSNS) manage access controls to targets
The aim of the project is to develop an open source iSCSI target with professional features, works well in enterprise environment under real workload, and is scalable and versatile enough to meet the challenge of future storage needs and developements.
python-HAtoolsSummaryPython-HAtools is a set of python modules and scripts designed to help you dynamically configure and manage resources commonly associated with high-availability applications on Linux. (Note: python-HAtools doesn't attempt to add any new HA resources to your environment, it just makes management of those resources simpler and more flexible) The first release of python-HAtools will focus on block-level storage, and will include tools for managing: iSCSI IET/iscsi-target (http:
linux-ha-examplesSummarylinux-ha-examples is the result of me playing around with the current linux-ha tools as of april/2009. It uses the current the openAIS / heartbeat / pacemaker stack included in openSUSE 11.1 and provided for many other distibutions from the openSUSE repositories GoalThe goal of this project is to provide a set of non-trivial examples for linux-ha configurations. This is the results of my experiments only. Comments are welcome! StatusCurrently the configurations provided a