[PVE-User] ZFS over iSCSI...

Gilberto Nunes gilberto.nunes32 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 17 20:00:07 CET 2016

As I am a poor guy here, and I can't and prehaps even needed infinitband
and whatever,
I suppose if I deploy an Ubuntu Server with iscsi-target act as an storage
serve will work also, don't you agreed?

2016-02-17 16:41 GMT-02:00 Michael Rasmussen <mir at miras.org>:

> On Wed, 17 Feb 2016 20:12:34 +0300
> Mikhail <m at plus-plus.su> wrote:
> > Good question. I'm also in process of setting up new production HA
> > cluster with iSCSI shared storage over 10Gbit network and I also thought
> > of ZFS of course with all it's features. One thing that bothers me is
> > that ZFS is known and designed to work well with direct access to the
> > drives, which is not about iSCSI of course..
> >
> Do you mean iSCSI is not suited for ZFS? I say on the contrary. iSCSI
> and ZFS is a match in heaven;-)
> Regarding wiki for ZFS over iSCSI: There simply is not more to it -
> follow the advice and you are up and running.
> As Steffen mentions: A two or three node setup using a Solaris (Omnios
> in my case) based ZFS shared storage and the performance is unbeaten.
> Steffen uses 10 Gb ethernet while I use Infiniband DDR with this setup
> and a proper RAID 10 ZFS should give you:
> Random read I/0: ca. 4000 iops
> Random write I/O: ca. 1200-1500 iops
> Add to this: Life migration, life snapshots, linked clones.
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