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Old 02-10-2015, 03:40 AM   #1
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LXer: Frustrations with the Linux SCSI Target (or SCST) software suite…

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I have come to the realization that SCST definitely stood out as the most superior of the bunch and with good reason. It is also the most storage industry supported of iSCSI Target solutions. Acquired by Fusionio and now part of SanDisk, SCST continues to remain at the top of its SCSI Target competition. Although, with that said, I must note that it does come with its fair share of issues.



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