setting static devices with udev
Interesting addition. But I don't quite see
- Why is that any better than just using /dev/disk/by* (see Persistent block device naming)? Are any of the tools using scsi_id?
- Why it belongs into this article, rather than in Persistent block device naming or udev.
However, there is also something specifically interesting for multipath in . A separate article on Multipath, also including this information would be great, if you have any knowledge on that. --JonnyJD 08:54, 26 February 2012 (EST)
split article ?
Maybe it's better to split this article: especially tgt needs more documentation, the linked fedora article is outdated. I will create a complete article this week.
- -- inktvis75 2012-03-21
- Sounds good. I would like to have the preferred method (that would be LIO atm) still in the main article. However, you are right: It doesn't help explaining targets in 3/4 different ways in one article. Thanks for your effort with tgt. --JonnyJD 06:23, 21 March 2012 (EDT)
I created the dutch version for TGT https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/TGT_iSCSI_Target_(Nederlands) I'll try to translate it --inktvis75 13:40, 2012-03-21
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/TGT_iSCSI_Target translated --inktvis75 13:57, 2012-03-21
- Link included in this article. --JonnyJD