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Re: [ogfs-users]RE NFS Mount

>I may be confused, but I think iSCSI targets just act like disk drives,
>or FC LUNs.

To be exact, ISCSI targets act like FCP targets and ISCSI logical units 
act like FCP logical units and a LUN is a logical unit number.  FC itself 
doesn't have a target or logical unit concept, but I believe FCP, which is 
almost always the protocol found on an FC network, associates a target 
one-one with an FC node.  A classic SCSI disk drive is both a SCSI target 
and a SCSI logical unit, so FCP and ISCSI targets and LUs act like disk 

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