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#1 20-Sep-2010 01:53:10


NBD - network block device

Let op:

The Network Block Device is a client/server protocol that
 emulates a block device (like a hard disk, a floppy, a CD-ROM, ...)
 over the network, thus giving the system the ability to swap over the
 network, or to use raw network diskspace for other purposes.
 Note, however, that it is not recommended to write to a single
 networked block device from different clients simultaneously, since
 that would probably result in data loss; if you want different
 clients to use the same shared network resource, you don't need the
 Network Block Device (which, basically, is a Disk Server protocol)
 but something else, like Sun's Network File System (NFS), or CODA.


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