[T10] Operation of TAS bit related to Unit Attention
david.black at emc.com
Tue Jan 26 10:25:21 PST 2016
I'm neither Ralph nor George, but I don' t see a serious conflict:
- The SAM-5 text is about creating a unit attention condition that is reported on a *subsequent* command (if it is reported, see SAM-5 on UA queuing behavior).
- The SPC-4 text is about how to terminate the *current* command.
It might be nice if each chunk of text acknowledged the existence of the other, but that would be editorial. What have I missed?
From: t10-bounces at t10.org [mailto:t10-bounces at t10.org] On Behalf Of Bill Martin-SSI
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Subject: [T10] Operation of TAS bit related to Unit Attention
Ralph & George:
There is a conflict between SAM-5 and SPC-4 on the meaning of the TAS bit.
If the TAS bit is set to zero in the Control mode page (see SPC-4), then the device server creates this unit attention condition for each I_T nexus that had command(s) aborted other than the I_T nexus that delivered the command. If the TAS bit is set to one in the Control mode page (see SPC-4), then the device server does not create this unit attention condition.
A task aborted status (TAS) bit set to zero specifies that aborted commands shall be terminated by the device server without any response to the application client. A TAS bit set to one specifies that commands aborted by the actions of an I_T nexus other than the I_T nexus on which the command was received shall be completed with TASK ABORTED status (see SAM-5).
Which was the intended meaning of this bit?
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