Log page consistency

Kevin D Butt kdbutt at us.ibm.com
Tue Oct 6 15:55:58 PDT 2009

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I would prefer to interpret the goal of "describe all log pages 
consistently" to mean that the descriptions are in the same format and 
uses the same terminology's, etc.  For 7.2.5 I would say the description 
of each parameter should be consistent with how parameters are described. 
However, I would be happy to still have it apply to the four separate page 
codes all in the same subclause.
Kevin D. Butt
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Ralph Weber <roweber at IEEE.org>
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10/06/2009 03:24 PM
Log page consistency
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* Ralph Weber <roweber at ieee.org>
One of the recently espoused goals it to "describe all
log pages consistently".
This goal might be taken to mean that each and every
log page should be described in a separate subclause.
If this interpretation of the goal is applied to SPC-4,
then the subclause numbered 7.2.5 in r22 will become
four subclauses each with approximately the same content.
Does anybody care to express an opinion on the goal
and/or its interpretation?
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