Fibre-channel is a communications protocol widely used in storage networks. It's most widely deployed in enterprise SAN environments, where large amounts of storage need to be shared amongst a number of different hosts, potentially over longer distances. The protocol is primarily used over fibre ...

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How do I set up IP over FC?

I have 2 systems, with a Broadcom BCM5701 and a LSI7202p, of which are connected with a LC->SC cable. The cards are properly detected in Linux, however I wish to set up IP over FC. I've read online ...
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RHEL - blocked FC remote port time out: saving binding

My Server went into a faulty state since the database could not write on the partition. I found out that the partition went into Read Only mode. Finally to fix it, I had to do a hard reboot. Linux ...
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Is it possible to use Linux as a Fibre Channel Raid Disk Box?

You probably all know the relatively simple RAID boxes exporting a bunch of SATA disks as one big drive via FC, SAS or iSCSI, like the HP StorageWorks MSA2000, Infortrends EonStore series or many ...
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Fibre Channel zoning best practices

I'm hoping that this will be useful for more people than just me. Right now I've got a fibre channel switch, a NetApp filer, and some servers running Oracle. All of the servers can see the same LUNs ...