Storage backend
This chapter describes the aspects and practices to consider when the internal and external back-end storage for a system is planned, configured and managed.
Internal storage consists of flash and disk drives that are installed in the control and expansion enclosures of the system.
External storage is acquired by Spectrum Virtualize by virtualizing a separate IBM or third-party storage system, attached with FC or iSCSI.
Chapter also provides information on traditional quorum disks. For information on IP Quorum, see Chapter 7, ...

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