Talk:Scsi-target-utils Quickstart Guide

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== SELinux ==
 
== SELinux ==
  
The SELinux need to be documented. It's a big problem since there is no SELinux boolean or anything of a kind. One is left blind regarding this.
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The SELinux need to be documented. It's a big problem since there is no SELinux boolean or anything of a kind. One is left blind regarding this. [[User:Renich|Renich]] 08:59, 7 February 2012 (UTC)
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Chech this out: http://www.chesterproductions.net.nz/blogs/it/sysadmin/configuring-iscsi-targets-and-initiators-on-fedora-16/455/ [[User:Renich|Renich]] 08:59, 7 February 2012 (UTC)
  
 
== Libvirt ==
 
== Libvirt ==
  
Virt-manager seems to take care of setup for use with it. I know it may not be in the scope of the article but, maybe, some mention perhaps?
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Virt-manager seems to take care of setup for use with it. I know it may not be in the scope of the article but, maybe, some mention perhaps? [[User:Renich|Renich]] 08:59, 7 February 2012 (UTC)

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Should this page be updated to indicate that scsi-target-utils essentially supersedes the now obsolete iscsi-target from rpmfusion and that migration to scsi-target-utils is possible and seemless? I followed the 1,2,3 and it all worked flawlessly :)

  • jlaska - This page provides instructions on how to setup iSCSI targets using Package-x-generic-16.pngscsi-target-utils, it doesn't mention using the rpmfusion iscsi-target package or provide a recommendation on using a particular iSCSI target solution.

SELinux

The SELinux need to be documented. It's a big problem since there is no SELinux boolean or anything of a kind. One is left blind regarding this. Renich 08:59, 7 February 2012 (UTC)

Chech this out: http://www.chesterproductions.net.nz/blogs/it/sysadmin/configuring-iscsi-targets-and-initiators-on-fedora-16/455/ Renich 08:59, 7 February 2012 (UTC)

Libvirt

Virt-manager seems to take care of setup for use with it. I know it may not be in the scope of the article but, maybe, some mention perhaps? Renich 08:59, 7 February 2012 (UTC)