ZBC: Action Item from webex

Joe Breher Joe.Breher at hgst.com
Mon Jun 8 10:30:39 PDT 2015


Formatted message: <a href="http://www.t10.org/cgi-bin/ac.pl?t=r&f=r1506084_f.htm">HTML-formatted message</a>

Thanks Gerry -
Sorry for introducing unnecessary churn. Perhaps we can recap for five
minutes on today's call.
Joe Breher
Storage Architecture Technologist
Standards Setting Organization
San Jose Research Center
HGST, a Western Digital company
(478) 2-Breher
(478) 227-3437
This e-mail may contain confidential or legally privileged information of
HGST. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify us immediately by
responding to this e-mail and then deleting it from your system.
On Jun 8, 2015, at 10:06 AM, Gerry Houlder
<gerry.houlder at seagate.com> wrote:
My recollection of the discussion of that item was that the ILLEGAL REQUEST/
INVALID FIELD IN DB was indeed the correct response and i withdrew my request
to change it. The reasoning of the group is that the ZONE IS READ ONLY sense
data only applies if the zone is a Read Only Zone and should not apply if the
zone is a Full Zone.
On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 10:49 AM, Joe Breher
<Joe.Breher at hgst.com> wrote:
On the ZBC webex held Monday, 2015 Jun 01, one item of discussion was a
comment from Seagate against 15-113r4 to change the ASC/ASCQ reported for
certain cases in the ZC5:Full state. The device manufacturers took an action
item to investigate whether they might be able to support the tightened
requirements.
This comment is reproduced below (the green portion):
4.3.3.2.6.1 ZC5:Full state overview
...
B) for sequential write required zones, the device server shall terminate the
write command with CHECK
CONDITION status, the sense key set to ILLEGAL REQUEST and the additional
sense code set to
INVALID FIELD IN CDB <<<DATA PROTECT / ZONE IS READ ONLY requested by
Seagate>>>;
I am pleased to report that HGST can support this modified requirement.
So concludes the action items from that call.
Joe Breher
Storage Architecture Technologist
Standards Setting Organization
San Jose Research Center
HGST, a Western Digital company
(478) 2-Breher
(478) 227-3437<tel:%28478%29%20227-3437>
This e-mail may contain confidential or legally privileged information of
HGST. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify us immediately by
responding to this e-mail and then deleting it from your system.



More information about the T10 mailing list