On 6/3/05, Paul A. Houle <ph18(a)cornell.edu> wrote:
The storage appliance project faces the more serious problem
that my home
network (and many others) is heterogenous: i'd really like a global
filesystem that works with Linux, MacOS and Windows, never mind a
planned Solaris 10/x86 test machine and a stack of 32-bit and 64-bit SPARC
machines that I'm going to install whatever OS I can to run on them.
NFS? Samba? ;-)
It's for that reason that iSCSI might wind up in the same
dustbin as WAP and
the fifth-generation computer...
Ups! Then FAT32? No, seriously, I'd hope for some kind of universal,