First off, thanks for all the great How-To's and post's I've found so far... But, here's my dilemma: They want me to build out a huge single logical volume over multiple drives connected over gig ethernet (instead of a standard raid chassis). I was thinking maybe LVM over iSCSI or similar (they even suggested just hooking up a bunch of commodity NAS drives). But they also want it scripted to find the new drives as they're connected (or to at least be a simple add via webmin or similar to grow the volume when they add new drives). What's the best way to do this (besides buying a real SAN/Raid Chassis)? Openfiler and Nexenta both look like they might handle it, but would generally require more setup than they seem to be comfortable with. Can they be happily scripted? Can LVM handle it? Is there some sort of auto-discovery thing that could work - maybe if we kept storage on its own subnet? Thanks for your advice!