kiscsiadm is an intuitive user-interface for ISCSI fitting into the KDE-Desktop environment.
Version: 0.1.3kiscsiadm is an intuitive user-interface for ISCSI fitting into the KDE-Desktop environment. kiscsiadmin project allows target-discovery, login/logout and gives quick access to the connected ISCSI-disks.
Operating System: Linux
The profile-based configuration management makes it comfortable to access several ISCSI-server.
kiscsiadm is the system-administrator's "swiss knife" when it comes to ISCSI. It is a GUI for common ISCSI-actions which are executed by just a few mouse-clicks.
The target-server connections are handled in profiles, which allows to quick switch between multiple, different configurations.
Connected ISCSI-devices (luns), listed by a small device-manager, can be mounted/umounted and accessed in a fast way. The disk-content is displayed via a common file-manager.
kiscsiadm is developed in Qt/c++ (using KDevelop), designed to work with open-iscsi and to fit into the KDE-Desktop environment. It aims to give a user-friendly and powerful graphical-interface to the ISCSI-initiator.
The goal of the project is to popularise ISCSI to more users/end-users.
Here are some key features of "kiscsiadmin":
· Discover an Iscsi-target by ip + port number
· Connect/Disconnect available target(s) by double-click
· Profile-based organization of the iscsi-target configurations (new/open/save/save-as/default profile management)
· Displays connection status in a graphical way
· Device-Manager to quickly access the connected iscsi disks/partitions
· QT library 3.3.4
What's New in This Release:
· logout now closes the device-manager
· fixed wrong filename in "make install"
· made connection wizward own widget
· smaller code clean-up / fixed compile warnings
· implemented proper resize of the main gui and the device-manager
· cleaned-up and better organized code
· enhanced Makefile, better versioning, better rpm packaging
· added open-iscsi include dir to includes in Makefile
· implemented disk-menu (connect-all/disconnect-all)
· added device-number and size of the disks/partitions in the device-manager