After you have installed Novell Cluster Services, you can begin configuring the shared storage device for the cluster as specified by the shared storage device's documentation.
If YAST appears with a new disk found message during the configuration of a iSCSI or a Storage Area Network (SAN), close the dialog. You do not want to create a file system at this point.
WARNING:iPrint is not supported on NSS Pools. You must choose a native Linux file system such as Reiser or EXT3.
SAN: Is a high-speed subnetwork of shared storage devices used for storing data.
For information on configuring a SAN, consult the SAN vendor's documentation.
iSCSI: Uses SCSI block storage protocols networked over a high-speed TCP/IP network to create a low-cost Storage Area Network (SAN) using commodity high-speed Ethernet hardware.
iSCSI for NetWare lets you configure a NetWare server to serve as an iSCSI target. This requires you to install an iSCSI driver that acts as an iSCSI protocol initiator. For more information on iSCSI for NetWare, see iSCSI 1.1.3 Administration Guide for NetWare 6.5 . For information on the using an iSCSI initiator on Linux, see iSCSI 1.1.3 Administration Guide for NetWare 6.5 .
Third-party vendors have their own iSCSI solutions. Refer to the vendor's documentation.
IMPORTANT:Configure the iSCSI drives to load when the servers starts by entering chkconfig iscsi on at a terminal prompt.