I'm looking for something FOSS that would work as a storage appliance with a web based gui that can be used for SMB. OMV appears to have ZFS iSCSI target support. Barring any currently unforeseen issues, this seems like it would make a good choice. The only downside is that it is not intended to scale beyond the SMB. Indeed, a contributor on the Proxmox wiki implies that this the case for all Linux-based solutions, GUI or no. OminiOS or similar with napp-it does not appear to have that problem. The latter is not really FOSS, though it appears to have a crippled free version. The pros appear to be that it would fit my spec, aside from not being FOSS. The biggest con I can think of is that I don't really want to marry napp-it. Am I missing any good ones? In general, irrespective of the availability of a GUI, it seems like OpenSolaris and it's FOSS derivatives, for whatever reason, have the best reputation for use as a ZFS/iSCSI storage back-end. At least, that's the impression that I get based on what I've read. Is that a fair statement? Thanks for reading.