94-178R0 -- Proposal for TEST SUPPORT command

Gene Milligan Gene_Milligan at notes.seagate.com
Thu Sep 8 07:17:55 PDT 1994


In principal I have no objection to some form of the command providing it is
made optional rather than mandatory. A device which implements only mandatory
commands should not be automatically burdened with this command. Has the
maximum memory size for this command been calculated? Is it intended that an
issue of the command retrieves all information for all possible commands
allowing a one time only (repeated as often as you like) mapping of the
response? Or is it intended that a nearly limitless combination of commands be
parsable in any conceivable order?
 
Gene
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