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Dell Makes the Case for iSCSI Storage in HPC

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September 10, 2009, 10:36 am

At IEEE Cluster 2009 last week Dell was talking up the arguments in favor of iSCSI for storage clusters in HPC

The first approach — called an indirect SAN — has servers re-exporting iSCSI storage via a traditional parallel file system. With the second approach — called a direct SAN — the compute nodes attach directly to a clustered file system on the iSCSI storage via software iSCSI initiators...

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