Aborting ELS Sequences (FC-LS Rev 1.62)
gil.romo at qlogic.com
Mon Feb 12 15:59:47 PST 2007
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* "Gil Romo" <gil.romo at qlogic.com>
Thanks, Jim, for the clarification. I was familiar with Abort Sequence
and Abort Exchange but not with the acronym for the latter. Its
"definition" appears in 22.214.171.124 of this document as ...
"In the case of Abort Exchange (i.e., ABTS-LS),..."
From: Jim.Coomes at seagate.com [mailto:Jim.Coomes at seagate.com]
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To: Gil Romo; t11_3 at t11.org
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Subject: Fw: Aborting ELS Sequences (FC-LS Rev 1.62)
There are two separate list items to clarify the processing of the two
flavors of ABTS.
Item h) attempts to abort a single Sequence with ABTS (ABTS Basic Link
Service with the Parameter field bit 0 set to one).
Item i) attempts to abort the entire Exchange with ABTS-LS (ABTS Basic
Service with the Parameter field bit 0 set to zero).
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Aborting ELS Sequences (FC-LS Rev
A list included in 4.2.2 Sequence and Exchange management contains two
rules that seem to address the same condition and nearly the same
h) If the Sequence Initiator attempts to abort a Sequence using ABTS and
detects an E_D_TOV
waiting for the ACK frame in response to the ABTS, it shall abort the
Exchange using ABTSLS,
if conditions permit, and retry the original ELS with a different
i) If the Sequence Initiator attempts to abort a Sequence using ABTS-LS
it detects an
E_D_TOV waiting for the ACK frame in response to the ABTS-LS, it may
the original ELS
with a different Exchange.
Is there duplication here? If not already done, can someone please
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