Multiple Commands in UAS
MOverby at nvidia.com
Mon Aug 10 17:14:31 PDT 2009
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I misread the original question and thought he was asking about command
On 8/10/09 5:11 PM, "Curtis Stevens" <curtis.stevens at wdc.com> wrote:
Mark, both the Sense IU and the Read Ready IU are returned from the device on
the same pipe. You have to complete the sending of the Sense IU and wait for
USB-2 to give you an IN request on the status pipe before you can send the
Read Ready IU.
Curtis E. Stevens
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From: Mark Overby [mailto:MOverby at nvidia.com]
Sent: Monday, August 10, 2009 5:09 PM
To: Madhukar; Curtis Stevens
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Subject: Re: Multiple Commands in UAS
I disagree with your assertion. The method of reception of the SENSE IU is
independent of how you transmit the COMMAND IU on a separate pipe.
On 8/10/09 9:46 AM, "Madhukar" <madhukar.gubba at gmail.com> wrote:
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On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 9:27 PM, Curtis Stevens<curtis.stevens at wdc.com>
> You need to wait for the USB ACK on the status pipe before sending the Read
> Ready IU. In USB-2, you will only be able to send the Read Ready IU in
> response to a request for the IU from the initiator port.
Thank You for the reply.
So, it means two requests cannot be processed at same point of time
|from two different threads on same pipe. The second request can only
be started when there is an ACK for the first request. The second
request need to wait for the completion of first one and start it at
later point of time.
Is this different in case of USB-3?
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