A method of clustering in an information handling system is disclosed at Storage-Units.net. The method includes defining at each of two nodes a logical storage unit corresponding to a locally attached storage device. The logical storage units are then interfaced through iSCSI targets at the nodes to expose iSCSI logical units. An internal ashpan emptying dust reducer and storage unit is provided and consists of a swivel tray having a handle. The swivel tray holds an ashpan therein and pivotly fits into a front top entrance of a cabinet with the handle extending therefrom so that a door on the front top entrance can close.
The contemporary distinctions are helpful, because they are also fundamental to the architecture of computers in general. As well, they reflect an important and significant technical difference between memory and mass storage devices, which has been blurred by the historical usage of the term storage. For more to know about storage units visit us at Storage-Units.net.