Talk:ISCSI Boot

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What really is missing here is a description of creating a Target only archlinux. Assume there is an non Arch installation that needs access to an iscsi target. Is there a need to create a new kernel? unclear.

iSCSI Target discusses the target-only part now. --JonnyJD 22:11, 9 October 2011 (EDT)

I created AUR packages for the LIO target, which is in the kernel since 2.6.38. This might help somebody. The administration tool is called targetcli/rtsadmin: --JonnyJD 08:12, 4 October 2011 (EDT)

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I marked this article for expansion. There is no summary what is actually done in detail. There is especially some explanation missing in where the bootloader is installed now ((hd0,0) is what? iSCSI?). I personally think (hd0) is still some local device. (This should be specified) Maybe /boot is local, too. Even if not, this should be explicitly told. --JonnyJD

There might be more information in here: --JonnyJD 23:27, 9 October 2011 (EDT)