ACA Recovery Methods Supported by a Logical Unit(X3T10/94-177R0)

Gene Milligan Gene_Milligan at notes.seagate.com
Thu Sep 8 07:35:04 PDT 1994


Charles Monia wrote:
>ACA-2 = 0, SCSI-2 rules implemented.
>ACA-2 = 1, SCSI-2 rules unimplemented.
 
>ACA-3 = 0, SCSI-3 rules unimplemented.
>ACA-3 = 1, SCSI-3 rules implemented.
 
 How would the bits be set by a device that implements SCSI-2 rules if in
SCSI-2 mode and SCSI-3 rules if in SCSI-3 mode? I presume 01. But the response
needs to be conditioned by the initiator with knowledge of which mode is set.
 
Gene
 
 
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