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Re: [Bacula-devel] Feature request: Amazon S3 integration


> David Boyes wrote:
> >> Umm, my understanding is all systems that Bacula runs upon provide
a
> >> SCSI interface.
> >
> > Nope. No SCSI on my z10s. Multi-path FICON Express, dude. 8-)
> 
> *zzzooooom*
> 
> Straight over my head.

8-) 4 path, 200MB/sec (that's Mbytes/sec) *per path* to *each drive*,
could expand to 8 path. No SCSI in sight. 

Mainframes. Gotta love 'em. 8-)

> > Right on. It's bloody well time that Unix had a proper storage
> > management interface, which is exactly what we're in the process of
> > creating. There's no excuse for every single application
implementing
> > their own way of handling stuff like that.
> Good (hoping that's not sarcasm that I'm missing).

Nope. I'm tired of every application doing it differently and messing
with each other, and getting in each other's way. Time to grow up in how
we handle devices and volumes. 

-- db



> 
> 
> --
> Dan Langille
> 
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