בתאריך 14 באוק׳ 2015 3:11 אחה״צ, "Kapetanakis Giannis" <email@example.com> כתב:
> Not sure if this is the right place to ask but maybe someone can provide directions for my problem.
> I have a full FC setup with FC switch and FC HBAs on Linux (Centos) to access my storage.
> However we cannot afford expanding our FC infrastructure thus making it hard for us to add more nodes in the oVirt setup.
> FCoE requires compatible switches and adapters (correct?) which is also out of budget.
> Our storage supports only FC.
> I thought something like this might work:
> node: FC - ISCSI <-> node: ISCSI - FC
I dont follow - how do you want to share your fc storage over iscsi?
And what are these nodes? Storage nodes? Hypervisors?
> share the FC block device over iscsi and then create a new FC target+initiator on the new node with same FC lun as the original?
> Could this work? How? Other ideas?
> a) a solution would also be to migrate completely to iSCSI but I'm trying to avoid that atm.
> b) another one would be to create a second datacenter for iSCSI but also trying to avoid that if I can
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