HP action item from April 2nd FCP-4 conference call

Ballard, Curtis C (StorageWorks) curtis.ballard at hp.com
Tue Apr 15 15:01:59 PDT 2008

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* "Ballard, Curtis C (StorageWorks)" <curtis.ballard at hp.com>
HP took an action item at the April 2nd FCP-4 conference call to determine
whether having a single bit in the FC-4 features object that would indicate
whether the port has any devices behind it that are not peripheral device
type of 00h (Direct Access Block Device).
HP would be satisfied with a single bit with that definition.
HP would prefer to see a general purpose solution where devices can store a
key/value pair in the name server but understands that such a solution is a
major undertaking and is not prepared to drive a proposal to do that at this
Curtis Ballard
Hewlett Packard
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