iSCSI and friends, was Re: UNIX V7
mcguire at neurotica.com
Fri Jun 12 03:21:52 CDT 2009
On Jun 11, 2009, at 6:22 PM, Gordon JC Pearce wrote:
>>> iSCSI makes up (in a clumsy way) for a lack of a "first class
>> Eh. (and this is WAY OT) iSCSI is kinda interesting; I've been
>> working with it quite a bit lately.
> Have you seen ATAoE? It is, as the name implies, ATA over Ethernet.
> Unlike the 300-page mail-order catalogue of the iSCSI spec, the ATAoE
> spec is eight pages, mostly taken up with diagrams showing an ATA
> wrapped inside an Ethernet frame.
That's just frightening. ATA is ugly enough when it *isn't* being
> I toyed briefly with the idea of writing an ATAoE target for the
> Not sure if I could port it to OS/2, though, or make it talk to TK50s.
Now ok, I have to admit I think that'd be kinda fun.
Port Charlotte, FL
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