[T11.3] FC-LS/FCP-4: REC ELS reason code inconsistency
Paul.Suhler at Quantum.Com
Fri Mar 30 09:49:31 PDT 2007
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Quantum LTO drives report a Reason code of Logical error (03h), as
specified by FCP-x.
They will accept a Reason code of either Logical error or Unable to
perform request (09h).
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On Behalf Of David Peterson
Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 9:15 PM
To: t10 at t10.org; t11_3 at t11.org
Subject: [T11.3] FC-LS/FCP-4: REC ELS reason code inconsistency
FCP-2/3/4 error detection implementers,
FC-LS and FCP-4 are inconsistent regarding the proper reason code to
return if the Originator S_ID, OX_ID, or RX_ID fields are inconsistent
(i.e., the Exchange is unknown).
FC-LS specifies the reason code shall be 09h "Unable to perform command
request". Note this reason code has been specified since FC-FS.
FCP-4 specifies the reason code shall be 03h "Logical error". Note this
reason code has been specified since FCP-2.
Please respond indicating the reason code you return and/or expect if
the Originator S_ID, OX_ID, or RX_ID fields are inconsistent, along with
any associated specific reasoning.
And please respond by end of business March 30th so I can address this
issue at the April T11 meeting week.
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