Limits of CRC-32
andrewr at eng.adaptec.com
Mon Dec 31 09:05:16 PST 2001
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* Andrew Roy <andrewr at eng.adaptec.com>
SPI-4 draft rev 8, section 11.3 defines the 32-bit CRC used in parallel SCSI.
I have a question about how much data a single CRC-32 "should" be made to
I have heard rumors that if a single CRC-32 is forced to cover more than
8 kB of data, its effectiveness in detecting errors drops off (that is, more
errors can end up having good CRC and therefore go undetected).
Does anybody have any comments? References to published papers on the topic
would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance for all responses.
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