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OpenLMI-Storage provides a remote API to manage local block devices, i.e. block devices which are present in /dev/ directory. This includes also attached iSCSI, FC and FCoE devices, as long as the appropriate block device is present.
OpenLMI-Storage is built on existing Linux storage management capabilities, a new storage library and the DMTF/CIM technology stack. It provides a mechanism for simplifying the setup of storage on client machines from a central location.
It will include a short demo demonstrating the use of OpenLMI for configuring and managing a storage partition remotely.