PJohansson at acm.org
Sat Mar 23 10:26:10 PST 2002
* From the T10 Reflector (t10 at t10.org), posted by:
* Peter Johansson <PJohansson at ACM.org>
In SBP, in a bridged environment, it is possible for an initiator node to
"go away" (disconnect, become nonfunctional, etc.) without any indication
provided to a target that holds a login for the initiator. This is even
possible in the absence of bridges, but significantly less likely to happen.
NOTE---The term "bridge" has a different meaning in IEEE 1394 than it
currently has in some T10 projects. In IEEE 1394 parlance, a bridge is more
similar to a router than it is to anything else.
The SBP-3 working group is crafting the solutions to this problem and is
curious as to how it was resolved in the FCP, iSCSI and SRP environments.
We'd appreciate a brief response from experts: a description of how the
resources claimed by a "stranded" login are eventually released.
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