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Old 17th November 2009
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They do not compare, directly, with one another. AFS is a distributed filesystem, where the data on the server(s) is distributed. iSCSI is a technology for carrying SCSI I/O commands over IP networks. The value of the latter is as a "remote" storage device. There is, today, no iSCSI support on OpenBSD, so the question is moot.
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