Testing Synology and TrueNAS NFS VS iSCSI [YouTube Release]

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:stopwatch: Timestamps :stopwatch:
00:00 NFS VS iSCSI
01:42 Scope and Setup
02:45 Difference Between iSCSI & NFS
08:50 Test Results
12:48 Storage Design Considerations

I was wondering about how XCP-NG was provisioning things but didn’t really dig into it. I keep adding VM’s and not seeing my storage get used, now it makes a bit more sense, I’ve been using an NFS share for their storage. I can live with the speed for what I’m doing. But I also need to set up some iSCSI because I need to know how to work with it.