SAS - SATA_ERROR vs STP_ERROR

Elliott, Robert (Server Storage) Elliott at hp.com
Tue Jun 11 15:47:10 PDT 2002


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What should the "primitive" with four K28.3's be called?  Some options
and the arguments for each:=20

1. SATA_ERROR - it's only sent on SATA links, not STP links; all other
K28.3 primitives start with SATA_=20
2. STP_ERROR - it's not defined by the SATA specification, so STP makes
it stand out as a SAS construct=20

Note that plain ERROR is a K28.5 based primitive used for SAS links.=20
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Rob Elliott, elliott at hp.com=20
Industry Standard Server Storage Advanced Technology=20
Hewlett-Packard=20



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SAS - SATA_ERROR vs STP_ERROR What should the ;primitive; = with four K28.3's be called?  Some options and the arguments for = each: 1. SATA_ERROR - it's only sent on SATA = links, not STP links; all other K28.3 primitives start with = SATA_ 
2. STP_ERROR - it's not defined by = the SATA specification, so STP makes it stand out as a SAS = construct Note that plain ERROR is a K28.5 based = primitive used for SAS links. 
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Rob Elliott, elliott at hp.com 
Industry Standard Server Storage = Advanced Technology 
Hewlett-Packard 

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