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Old 02-14-2020, 10:07 PM   #1
jstanw
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Two login iscsci disk


I have configured two iscsi disks on a single Ubuntu 18.04 server as server backup. The iscsi is setup with tgt and open-iscsi. I want to locally access these iscsi disks on the Ubuntu machine (i.e., server 192.168.2.x plus 127.0.0.1) so can copy these backups to an off-site location.

Currently I've configured two targets for each drive (local and server).

It seems iscsi is one-to-one protocol. I want to make the local connection read-only. Is this generally not advisable and likely to cause problems?

I am just trying to avoid having to make multiple logins for the final process of copying the backups.

Thanks for suggestions.
 
Old 02-15-2020, 03:38 PM   #2
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iscsi is a very good at some things and poor at others. You don't really want to have more than one user connected to a disk at one time. It may be possible to attach it to some system and then use nfs or samba to use concurrent transactions.
 
  


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