OPERATING SYSTEMSOS Linux

Tuesday Tech Tip – Setting up iSCSI with Ubuntu and Houston



Each Tuesday, we will be releasing a tech tip video that will give users information on various topics relating to our Storinator storage servers.

In this week’s tech tip, Mitch is back to talk about setting up iSCSI. In this tutorial, Mitch walks you through the process of setting up an iSCSI target server on Ubuntu Linux (featuring some help from Houston). iSCSI is different than file system-based storage as its more suited for block storage. The main purpose of iSCSI is to push files out to as many applications at once.

Fresh Install Script: https://knowledgebase.45drives.com/kb/kb045290-configuring-fresh-install-of-ubuntu-20-04lts-for-houston-ui/

Ubuntu iSCSI Guide : https://knowledgebase.45drives.com/kb/kb450300-setup-iscsi-storage-server-on-ubuntu-20-04-lts/

Multipathing iSCSI : https://knowledgebase.45drives.com/kb/kb450300-configure-iscsi-multi-path-on-ubuntu-20-04-lts/

Check out our GitHub: https://github.com/45Drives/​

Visit our website: https://www.45drives.com/​​​

Read our Knowledgebase for technical articles: http://knowledgebase.45drives.com/​​​

Have a discussion on our subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/45Drives/​​​

Be sure to watch next Tuesday, when we give you another 45 Drives tech tip

source
ubuntu

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *