SAS Teleconference Call - May 7, 2002
lohmeyer at t10.org
Tue May 7 09:48:57 PDT 2002
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* John Lohmeyer <lohmeyer at t10.org>
Approximately 16 people were on the call. Since so little time had passed
since last week's meetings, no one had completed their agenda items. All
items were carried over to next week's call.
At Dana Hall's request, Rob Elliott briefly reviewed how the far-end
loopback test is ended (via BREAK or CLOSE primitives as described in 184.108.40.206).
Rob also presented the port connection state machine diagram (John Worden's
diagram). There was discussion about how parameters are passed to the other
state machines. The names must match exactly and the arrows go to (or come
from) the direction of the other state machine (George's SSP link layer
state machine is below and Mark's SSP transport layer state diagrams are
Rob asked for volunteers to do missing state machines. (I believe Bill
Galloway volunteered to do the AEN state machine. Right, Bill?)
John Lohmeyer volunteered to host SAS teleconference calls on Tuesday May
14th and Tuesday May 21st.
Jim Coomes noted that SAS Protocol, SAS Physical, and STA plan to meet in
Minneapolis June 5-7. STA only meets on Thursday. John Lohmeyer has
arranged a SAS Protocol meeting for June 24-26 in Denver. Notices for both
the Minneapolis and the Denver meetings have been posted to the T10
reflector and have links on the T10 meetings page (www.t10.org/meeting.htm).
John Lohmeyer Email: lohmeyer at t10.org
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