iSCSI to the Rescue

Most RAID-class NASes have supported iSCSI for some time and iSCSI (Internet Small Computer System Interface) has been around for awhile and was developed as a SAN (Storage Area Network) protocol. You can think of iSCSI as a way to provide computers with the ... Read more »

Run ZFS on Linux

Although ZFS exists in an operating system whose future is at risk, it is easily one of the most advanced, feature-rich file systems in existence. It incorporates variable block sizes, compression, encryption, de-duplication, snapshots, clones, and (as the name implies) ... Read more »