Terminate I/O Process Message - SCSI 2/3 differences

Lohmeyer, John JLOHMEYE at cossymwest.co.symbios.com
Tue Oct 29 08:45:00 PST 1996


* From the SCSI Reflector (scsi at symbios.com), posted by:
* "Lohmeyer, John" <JLOHMEYE at COSSYMWEST.CO.SYMBIOS.COM>
*

Tony,

My copy of SCSI-2 says that (with some exceptions) "the target shall   
return COMMAND TERMINATED status.  The sense key shall be set to NO   
SENSE.  The additional sense code and qualifier are set to I/O
PROCESS TERMINATED."  The ASC/ASCQ for I/O PROCESS TERMINATED is 00/06.   
 This has not changed in SCSI-3 Primary Comamnds (see page 82).

Did 00/00/06 get confused somewhere with 00/06/06?

John

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Subject:  Terminate I/O Process Message - SCSI 2/3 differences

* From the SCSI Reflector (scsi at symbios.com), posted by:
* tcappell at qntm.com (Tony Cappellini)
*
       

     According to SCSI2, when the Terminate I/O Process message is   
received
     by the target, it shall return 00/06/06 when request sense is   
issued.
       

     In SCSI 3 (X3T10995D rev b, May 1996), ASC 06 has been redefined to
     "No reference position found", and I do not see any other codes for
     I/O process terminated.
       

     Does anybody know how SCSI 3 is supposed to handle Message 0x11 ?
       

       

     Tony Cappellini
       

     Quantum Corporation
     Milpitas, CA
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