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David Magda a écrit :
> On Wed, June 24, 2009 08:42, Philippe Schwarz wrote:
>> In my tests ESX4 seems to work fine with this, but i haven't already
>> stressed it ;-)
>> Therefore, i don't know if the 1Gb FDuplex per port will be enough, i
>> don't know either i'have to put sort of redundant access form ESX to
>> Is my configuration OK ? It's only a preprod install, i'm able to break
>> almost everything if it's necessary.
> At least in 3.x, VMware had a limitation of only being able to use one
> connection per iSCSI target (even if there were multiple LUNs on it):
> Not sure if that's changed in 4.x, so if you're going to have more than
> one LUN, then having more than one target may be advantageous. See also:
> You may want to go to the VMware lists / forums to see what the people
> there say as well.
> Out of curiosity, any reason why went with iSCSI and not NFS? There seems
> to be some debate on which is better under which circumstances.
iSCSI instead of NFS ?
Because of the overwhelming difference in transfer rate between
them,.... In fact, that's what i read.
And setting isCSI target is so simple, that i didn't even search another
Thanks for your answer.
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