Re: Help: Data Synchronization Problem

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On 06.05.2011 17:40, Lee Eric wrote:
Thanks mate. As you said before, it's not a good idea to use ext2/3/4
o the target if clients wanna access the storage at the same time. So
I'm guess if this case is possible: to create a virtual block device
then using some shared FS(like NFS) on it the let clients use
initiator to attach the storage for r/w operations.

You could export NFS on the target server, without using iSCSI at all.

Or, give access to a block device to some initiator, which will in turn export NFS to other systems.


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