On 2016-10-17T13:37:29, Maged Mokhtar <mmokh...@petasan.org> wrote:
glad to see our patches caught your attention. You're aware that they
are being upstreamed by David Disseldorp and Mike Christie, right? You
don't have to uplift patches from our backported SLES kernel ;-)
Also, curious why you based this on Hammer; SUSE Enterprise Storage at
this point is based on Jewel. Did you experience any problems with the
older release? The newer one has important fixes.
Is this supposed to be a separate product/project forever? I mean, there
are several management frontends for Ceph at this stage gaining the
And, lastly, if all I wanted to build was an iSCSI target and not expose
the rest of Ceph's functionality, I'd probably build it around drbd9.
But glad to see the iSCSI frontend is gaining more traction. We have
many customers in the field deploying it successfully with our support
OK, not quite lastly - could you be convinced to make the source code
available in a bit more convenient form? I doubt that's the preferred
form of distribution for development ;-) A GitHub repo maybe?
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