[stgt] [ANNOUNCE]: Comparison of features sets between different SCSI targets (SCST, STGT, IET, LIO)
vst at vlnb.net
Mon Apr 6 14:21:28 CEST 2009
ronnie sahlberg, on 04/06/2009 11:57 AM wrote:
> STGT supports MMC (read and write) and SMC which makes it possible to
> build a dvd burning jukebox.
> It also supports SSC and SMC which makes it possible to build a virtual
> tape library.
> MMC and SMC are fairly mature.
> SSC and SMC are reasonably mature and some people have succeeded in
> running some network backup applications with robot control successfully.
> that brings up a point for STGT, we should really set up some "software
> combatibility matrix" for device types and application software.
> For MMC I know that Nero and DVDdecrypted on windows works and
> dcdrecord under linux works.
So, I'll add for STGT:
- "Emulation of virtual tape and media changer" "Experimental"
- "Possibility to write to emulated CD-R devices" "+"
> On Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 6:32 PM, Vladislav Bolkhovitin <vst at vlnb.net
> <mailto:vst at vlnb.net>> wrote:
> ronnie sahlberg, on 04/06/2009 07:19 AM wrote:
> Maybe you should also show which device types each
> implementation can emulate.
> OK. Seems I should add than STGT has additional emulation for SMC
> and SSC devices as "Under development", correct?
> On Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 5:56 AM, Vladislav Bolkhovitin
> <vst at vlnb.net <mailto:vst at vlnb.net> <mailto:vst at vlnb.net
> <mailto:vst at vlnb.net>>> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I set up http://scst.sourceforge.net/comparison.html page, which
> compares features of existing SCSI target subsystems for
> Linux. The
> comparison includes SCST, STGT, IET and LIO.
> I might be not fully correct somewhere, so, if you don't
> agree with
> me about some item(s) in the comparison table, please let me know
> and I will fix that.
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