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Setting up iSCSI Target and Initiator

August 13, 2012 Leave a comment

I am sure everyone has realized, when it comes to configure Servers I am the last person that should get near them.  I am good enough to be very dangerous, which some times is cool.  But any how, I was trying to setup a new lab for me on Hyper-V (also new to me, seems all mysterious and has w00000ness factor for me).  Anyhow, I am glad while running around internet I ran into following two sites, they both made my life 100x easier.  I never though I’ll get Hyper-V working, never mind having iSCSI targets, initiators and Failover Clustering working .. weeeee!  Thanks to both Brien M. Posey & Jane Yan authors of following articles.

Setting Up Failover Clustering for Hyper-V by Brien M. Posey
This is a 9 part series, here is the link for first part; if you guys have trouble finding the rest of the parts let me know.  I’ll post the other part links.
http://www.virtualizationadmin.com/articles-tutorials/general-virtualization-articles/setting-up-failover-clustering-hyper-v-part1.html

Introduction of iSCSI Target in Windows Server 2012 by Jane Yan
http://blogs.technet.com/b/filecab/archive/2012/05/21/introduction-of-iscsi-target-in-windows-server-2012.aspx

Thanks a bunch again :). One might ask why I am playing with Hyper-V?  Well I want to muck around with clustering when I am bored, I can’t afford expensive hardware.  But I got some extra hard drive space to spare… so here we go.  I’ll be filling it up with VMS weeeeee!  Okay back to having fun :D.

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