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Generic SCSI Target Subsystem For Linux

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Generic SCSI target subsystem for Linux SCST allows creation of sophisticated storage devices. It includes generic SCSI target core with SCSI target drivers and backend handlers. There are target drivers for iSCSI, Fibre Channel, SRP, SAS, FCoE, etc.

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    Great target framework! Using SCST with SRP in an IaaS cloud environment is fun. Reported bugs are fixed very fast.

    Posted 03/07/2016
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    With some gymnastics and massaging got running on Scientific Linux 6.3 with Ofed 1.5.4.1 , Impressed by performance compare with iscsi/tcpip over ib) vs ib_srp. Good job!!!

    Posted 08/16/2012
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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Information Technology, Science/Research, Telecommunications Industry, System Administrators, Developers

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

Perl, C

Registered

2004-05-26

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