The Linux SCSI Target Wiki
|Company / developer||Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory / CERN|
|Source model||Free and open source software|
|Initial release||10 May 2004|
|Latest stable release||6.2 / February 15, 2012|
|Marketing target||Scientific purpose / High Performance Computing / Servers|
|Update method||Yum (PackageKit)|
|Package manager||RPM Package Manager|
|Supported platforms||x86, x86-64|
|Kernel type||Monolithic (Linux)|
|License||GNU GPL & Various others.|
Scientific Linux (SL) is a Linux distribution produced by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and CERN. It is a free and open source operating system based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and aims to be "as close to the commercial enterprise distribution as we can get it."
This product is derived from the free and open source software made available by Red Hat, Inc., but is not produced, maintained or supported by Red Hat. Specifically, this product is built from the source code for Red Hat Enterprise Linux versions, under the terms and conditions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux's EULA and the GNU General Public License.
LIO Unified Target has been the default block storage target from SL version 6.2, which was released on 2/16/2012. In the current version 6.2, however, only the FCoE fabric module was included per default. The user space shell targetcli can be installed as follows:
su -c 'yum install fcoe-target-utils'
- Debian, community-supported Project
- Fedora, community-supported Project, sponsored by Red Hat
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)
- Scientific Linux Official website
- Scientific Linux Wikipedia entry
- How to Connect to an iSCSI Volume using Open-iSCSI in Linux