Hi, Thanks for you information ,that is great helpful! 在 2014年12月5日星期五UTC+8上午5时13分35秒，The Lee-Man写道： > > On Tuesday, December 2, 2014 6:59:02 PM UTC-8, pilla...@gmail.com wrote: > >> hi >> I am new to iscsi ,have some questions in learning,quite appreciate for >> your help and time >> > > This really isn't the place to ask about iSCSI targets, by the way. This > list is for discussion of the open-iscsi iSCSI initiator package. > > But I'll try to answer your questions. > > >> >> 1 \ both lio-utils and tgt are pure user space program? Both of them are >> using the kernel iscsi module ? So ,what is the difference between them? >> > > No, I believe the "tgt" (or stgt) package uses a user-space daemon, but it > only handles administration of connections. The transport is handled by the > kernel. See http://stgt.sourceforge.net > > The lio-utils package is being deprecated in favor of the targetcli > package. Right now, targetcli works on top of lio-utils, but soon it will > run standalone. See http://linux-iscsi.org/wiki/Lio-utils > > The lio-utils/targetcli combo is configured in user space, but managed in > kernel space. There is no user-space daemon running in this case. > > Difference between them: plenty. Configured differently, different > designs, and the Linux community has chosen targetcli moving forward. I > have *not* benchmarked them, so I have no idea if one performs better than > the other. Also, targetcli doesn't yet have every feature that tgt has, > such as iSNS support, but targetcli is being actively developed/improved. > > 2 \ Are there any guide documents on how to setup a iscsi target using >> both tgt and lio-utils? >> > > I have created some simple example documents, but they are SUSE-based. I > haven't published them yet, but was thinking of setting up some place where > I could do that. I could probably email them to you if you thought they > might be useful. > > Note: if you use targetcli, try the manual page, as it has enough > information to set up a simple target. > > >> >> Thanks a lot for your help and time ! >> >>
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