[Linux-cluster] GFS with ATA/IDE drives

Ken Preslan kpreslan at redhat.com
Wed Jun 30 20:35:33 UTC 2004

On Wed, Jun 30, 2004 at 10:21:23PM +0200, Erik Tews wrote:
> Was there any special reason for inventing GNBD instead of just using
> iSCSI for network storage? Is it somehow faster or more relyable?

GNBD is about 4 years old.  It's worked for a long time.  Long before
you could get an iSCSI client for Linux.

Will iSCSI get to the point where GNBD is obsolete and is dropped?

Ken Preslan <kpreslan at redhat.com>

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