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    Hardlinks on an iscsi target

    Does hardlinking work on an iscsi target?

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    iSCSI targets act like any other normal block device, and creating hard links is dependant on the file system (which is a(few) layer(s) above the block device) so it will work normally dependant on the FS you're using.

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    Thanks for that. probably EXT4.

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