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Mirroring iSCSI target to slower drive, asynchronous RAID or block-level replication?

I'm planning on setting up a test iSCSI export on my NAS which will be used by a KVM virtualisation host to store all guest volumes and data. My NAS box is a self-build running CentOS. The device ...
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Drbd Primary/Primary + iSCSI: accessing to different files avoids split brain?

I have a question / curiosity about split-brain on a Drbd Primary/Primary configuration. Supposing two nodes (hosts), host1 and host2 configured with Drbd Primary/Primary and two different shares ...
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Is it possible to create a multipath iSCSI target with two DRBD nodes?

I can put together two linux servers and use the (more or less) new DRBD dual-primary feature to get a shared block device with concurrent read/write access on the two nodes. Can I then export an ...
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VMware ESX, iSCSI Targets - Redundancy

Greetings Team, I’d like to share a brainstorm with the experts about how to produce a 100% uptime and redundant VMware infrastructure. What I am currently working with is 2 VMware controller ...