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Re: [Linux-cluster] iSCSI Target Driver Install Problem



On Wed, 06 Feb 2008 17:11:33 +0100, jr wrote:
> actually, the centos thing is called scsi-target-utils:
> scsi-target-utils.x86_64                 0.0-0.20070620snap.el5 base

Yup, installed immediately. Why do the different distro's use different names? 
Worse, why do sites like rpm.pbone.net (sorry, not rpmfind) show even more 
varieties? Is it because authors upload theirs with various names?

Mike


 
> it's in base, so no extra repos needed.
> stay away from rpmfind if you don't want to screw your centos
> updatepath.
> regards,
> johannes
> 
> Am Mittwoch, den 06.02.2008, 16:01 +0000 schrieb Bryn M. Reeves:
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>> isplist logicore net wrote:
>>>> In RHEL land, this would be in the "Cluster Storage" repo I believe. I
>>>> had a poke around in the CentOS mirrors and couldn't see the
>>>> equivalent
>>>> (their repo structure seems quite different; extras, CentOS+ etc.).
>>>> 
>>> Yes, it wasn't in the repo, I found it using rpmfind then installed
>>> from the
>>> command line.
>>> 
>> I think the iscsi-target from RHEL's cluster storage and the iscsitarget
>> from rpmfind are quite different beasts; if you're following
>> instructions for the former you might find they don't apply to the
>> package you've installed (there are a number of different iSCSI target
>> implementation for Linux today).
>> 
>> Regards,
>> Bryn.
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