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Need iSCSI choose

by JanisBalderis / August 27, 2009 9:08 PM PDT

I`ve asked this in another communities, but I need many proffesional opinions
Dear All
Our company have about 60-70 computers, supported by openfiler as iSCSI SAN solution. Last week openfiler fatal error happened, so after hard recovery we`re thinking about migrating another iSCSI solution. I need to be sure in network security, backup solution, good performance and simplicity, comparatively to openfiler.
I need solutions, based on your professional experience.
Thanks for now

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What kind of error?
by Jimmy Greystone / August 27, 2009 11:20 PM PDT
In reply to: Need iSCSI choose

What kind of error? It makes a difference whether it was the software that failed, or a hard drive. Also, how long did this openfiler system last before failing?

You may not want to simply toss out an entire system that was working pretty well, simply because a hard drive failed. Hard drives do do that after all. And the same goes for the system overall. If the system was working fine for 6+ months, then suddenly you had this error, and ever since then things have been humming along smoothly... It might just be a one off error that was a fluke occurrence.

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it was software
by JanisBalderis / August 28, 2009 12:48 AM PDT
In reply to: What kind of error?

System has worked for a year, but we faced problems with openfiler realy often - couldn`t connect to target, or even some LUNs lost, and then it failed. No, it wasn`t hardware.
Thank you

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I`ve got some
by ErickSweyn / September 7, 2009 9:32 PM PDT
In reply to: it was software

Hi Erick!
I`m not sure if you`ve got my message on other forum, so I`ll answear you here.
If you need to take a look at StarWind, Lefthand and Datacore - they are really good.
Good luck!

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