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Re: iscsci daemon and scsi emulation



On Sunday 30 March 2003 09:42, Redhat uttered:
> Hello to everyone in the list.
>
> What does the iscsi daemon do?  I setup scsi emulation for an atapi cdrw
> drive so I could burn cdroms.  I can still access my cdrw drive and burn
> cdroms whether or not iscsi is running.  
>
> What does iscsi do and how is it related to scsi emulation?

Er, didn't we already answer this one?  iSCSI is for SCSI over TCP/IP for 
shared storage, a cheap way to do FibreChannel(or something close do that).  
Definatly not necessary for IDE SCSI emulation, necessary for burning CDs in 
the current kernel.

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