I’ve tried a lot of Centos alternatives, but still waiting for Rocky Linux .
I’m at an halt for a reason : I’ve searched and i’ve seen that most Centos alternatives are missing the iSCSI Target mode packages, you can’t make an iSCSI disk on the OS by just yum / dnf the package .
I’ve made some succesful tests using Debian, and the tgtd service . On other OS’s i just didn’t get the solution , the only thing you can use is targetcli, in RHEL / CENTOS / alternatives.
Just asking, could someone put this request on the list for the packages ? If i use tgtd service i can use the Webmin module to configure an iSCSI disk, and i would really need this for production usage, this is from my point of view .
If we can include this, to make it easy to install and configure an system for enterprise storage / iSCSI / Fibre Channel target support , this would make lot’s of people happy who are using storage devices / servers for enterprise storage .