[PVE-User] ZFS over iSCSI...

Gilberto Nunes gilberto.nunes32 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 18 13:16:59 CET 2016


Ok... Regarding iscsi ubuntu based or OmniOS, the following image
(attached) is what I have in mind.
Perhaps and certainly with many implementation errors, since what I need is
Cluster and HA...


2016-02-18 10:02 GMT-02:00 Michael Rasmussen <mir at miras.org>:

> On Thu, 18 Feb 2016 14:20:12 +0300
> Mikhail <m at plus-plus.su> wrote:
>
> >
> > Looks like there will be a problem with Omnios on my hardware -
> > according to
> > http://hardforum.com/threads/10gbe-for-omnios.1891004/#post-1042131880
> > Intel's X550 NIC is not supported yet. This NIC will be used in my nodes
> > built on Supermicro X11SSH-CTF motherboard.
> >
> A working driver is under heavy test so I expect it will come to latest
> stable and LTS version very soon.
>
> > What's the main advantage of using Omnios instead of regular Linux
> > distro with zfs?
> >
> "The reasons for a Solaris based ZFS System
> - 100% focus on ZFS that was developed for Solaris 10 years ago and is
> most stable and complete there
> - a complete storage OS from one hand, not the toolbox with a core OS and
> many options and vendors
> - stable support for mirrorred ZFS boot systems with boot environments
> (restore a former bootable OS state)
> - WWN enumeration of disks (disk unique identification) to keeps disk id
> identical over controller, server or OS
> - fault management with active hot-spares that replaces faulted disks
> automatically
> - SMB, NFS and iSCSI integrated in the core OS and maintained by Oracle or
> Illumos (OmniOS)
> - virtual networking with virtual switches and virtual nics with vlan
> support
> - service management SMF with service auto restart
> - Solaris CIFS server with NFS4 ACL (more Windows NTFS alike than Posix
> ACL) and AD support,
>  Windows SID as extended ZFS attribute (Permissions stay intact after a
> restore to another AD server),
> - ZFS snaps as Windows „previous version“, stable and just working out of
> the box since years"
> (http://www.napp-it.org/doc/downloads/napp-it.pdf)
>
> The fastest, most stable, most scalable, and mature iSCSI implementation
> which is also maintained in Core OS. Complete cli available so no fiddling
> around with config files. (my add-on :-)
>
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