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iSCSI Initiator?

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By incudie, Junior Member on 13th March 2009, 11:29 PM
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Not sure if this would be practical or not but I saw someone else doing something similar:

Has anyone thought about using an iSCSI initiator on their Android phone as a form of data storage? (for pictures mostly) instead of an sd card?

As tech like LT and clearwire become more readily available I could see this working... maybe =

Any opinions or thoughts?
13th March 2009, 11:45 PM |#2  
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iSCSI probably won't be very happy over an unstable network link like WiFi or 3G/2G. I think NFS has a better shot.
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@equid0x: actually, iSCSI has measures in it's design specifically for unreliable connections.
And in terms of performance and utility, it works rather fine on my linux netbook, even with a ****ty GPRS connection.
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