Sat Mar 5 19:55:20 UTC 2022
compatibility and definitely there was not rev. level compatibility.
If you care about Win2K, MS is supposed to be releasing a iSCSI initiator =
the summer. It will meet the formal spec. not the draft releases.
BTW: From an efficiency perspective you should check out iSCSI NICs. There is =
lot of TCP/IP overhead associated with iSCSI, and these NICS are designed to =
that portion of the CPU load. I have not used them, but I assume the present a =
interface at the PCI bus level.
FYI2: Snapshots require LV support _and_ FS support. In what you are =
LVM would provide the LV aspect, but you would need to support only filesystems =
which have a freeze capability. I use xfs and I know it does. LV resize would =
need corresponding FS support.=20
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