Setting up iSCSI providers and clients on openSUSE
A simple iSCSI How-To Guide
I have been working in the Linux industry since before time began -- well, since before Linux began, anyway. I've worked at many of the large Linux/Unix hardware and software companies, such as Bell Labs, HP, AT&T, Sun, and a host of lesser-known names. I've come to love storage: as the internet grows, the bits have to go somewhere! I've worked on drivers for disc drives, HBAs, and tape drives, and now I'm an iSCSI/SCSI expert at SUSE, in the kernel group.
I'm also active outside of SUSE: I'm co-owner of the open-iscsi project, owner of open-isns, and several other projects using C and python.
I love sharing my passion for all things free, including software and beer!
No video of the event yet, sorry!
How to set up a simple open-iscsi client on openSUSE as well an iSCSI target using targetcli. How to make such connections persist will also be discussed. May also touch on advanced subjects such as iSNS (the iSCSI directory service) and tcmu-runner (a user-level targetcli plug-in framework).
Slides are publicly available here: Setting up iSCSI talk slides
- 2019 April 5 - 15:30
- 15 min
- openSUSE Summit Room / Midtown 3
- openSUSE Summit Nashville
- openSUSE/open source