This video shows how to configure a iSCSI Target on FreeNAS for VMWare ESXi 5.0.
Creating a free iSCSI SAN (software-based iSCSI Server) with FreeNAS 8.0 and connect to it via VMware vSphere 5.0.
This is a review of OpenMediaVault by quidsup
OMV is a Linux system that comes complete with all the tools for creating your own Network Attached Storage (NAS) System. Open Media Vault can be run as a headless server (computer with no keyboard / screen connected). All configuration can be done via a WebGUI interface. It’s easy to setup RAID Arrays, and to enable and configure Samba / SMB to allow access from Windows and other Linux systems.
If you’re interested in testing the latest available version, have a look at OpenMediaVault 0.3 Beta.
If you download from BETA2 work there shouldn’t be any problems, however, plugins that worked in BETA2 will stop working. You’ll want to use the plugins in the BETA3 directory with this beta, don’t mix and match.
Notable highlights are:
Download FreeNAS 8.2.0-BETA3
It’s been a long road, and it’s not anywhere close to being done, but FreeNAS is a step closer to a release with (PBI) plugins and streaming multimedia support.
On behalf of the FreeNAS development team at iXsystems Josh Paetzel announced FreeNAS 8.2.0-BETA2.
To view the changes since BETA1, check the full release announcement.