Publisher: Osborne, 2001, 596 pages
Plan, design, and implement network storage solutions with help from this definitive guide
Develop and design successful storage systems using this in-depth resource, now in a completely revised second edition. Covering everything from basic fundamentals — such as I/O components and file systems to emerging topics such as i-SCSI and DAFS — this book delivers the background information and technical know-how to implement large-capacity, high-availability storage networks throughout your enterprise. Filled with diagrams and easy-to-understand explanations, this book will help you identify and apply network storage technology to best meet the needs of your organization.
A pretty decent introduction to Storage issues. It is a bit aged, but it is still valid (and there are some silly mistakes in the book, but you can live with it).
Recommended for anyone who needs to understand what Storage is.