Persistent Reservation and Shared Access

Bob Snively Bob.Snively at Eng.Sun.COM
Tue Jun 25 09:01:51 PDT 1996


* From the SCSI Reflector, posted by:
* Bob.Snively at Eng.Sun.COM (Bob Snively)
*

Ron,

The answer to your question is no.  Other initiators are allowed
access, but cannot make reservations.

Reference SPC Rev 9b, page 56


Bob


>From ron at core.rose.hp.com Thu Jun 20 22:33:07 1996
>Subject: Persistent Reservation and Shared Access
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>* From the SCSI Reflector, posted by:
>* Ron Gould <ron at core.rose.hp.com>
>*
>It was not clear to me in SPC rev 9 so I'll ask the question.
>
>If an initiator establishes a Shared Access (0x4) type of persistent
>reservation do other initiators also need to establish a Shared Access
>type of persistent reservation to access the logical unit or extent
>for read or write purposes?
>
>
>Thanks,
>Ron Gould
>ron at core.rose.hp.com
>
>




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