SAS state machine overview

Bill Martin bill_martin at sierralogic.com
Tue Nov 30 14:15:39 PST 2004


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Rob & T10 community:

 

In looking at the overview of the SAS state machines in 4.3.1 of the SAS
draft, there is an implication that for STP and SMP multiple images of
this may be running concurrently; however, for SSP only one image is
supported.  Is this intentional, and if so why; or is this an oversight
in figure 29 on page 50 (pdf 84)?

 

Thanks for any input on this.

 

Bill Martin

Sr. Principal Engineer

Standards and Interoperability

Sierra Logic, Inc.

916 772-1234 x 112

bill_martin at sierralogic.com

 


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in 4.3.1
of the SAS draft, there is an implication that for STP and SMP multiple =
images
of this may be running concurrently; however, for SSP only one image is
supported. &nbsp;Is this intentional, and if so why; or is this an =
oversight in
figure 29 on page 50 (pdf 84)?<o:p></o:p></span></font></p>

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