VERIFY (10) -- BYTCHK == 10b

Ralph Weber Ralph.Weber at
Mon Feb 24 09:36:10 PST 2014

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Given the absence of any other mention of BYTCHK==10b in the applicable
subclause, the proposed wording appears to have the net effect of making the
definition of BYTCHK codepoint 10b vendor specific.
Is that your intent?
All the best,
From: Penokie, George [George.Penokie at]
Sent: Monday, February 24, 2014 11:23 AM
To: Ralph Weber; t10 at
Subject: RE: VERIFY (10) -- BYTCHK == 10b
As this table is a description of what the application client is placing in
the Data-Out buffer for the various values in the BYTCHK field, I would
consider saying for code 10b:
Application specific logical block data that is outside the scope of this
Bye for now,
George Penokie
LSI Corporation
3033 41 St NW
Rochester , MN 55901
george.penokie at
From: owner-t10 at [mailto:owner-t10 at] On Behalf Of Ralph Weber
Sent: Monday, February 24, 2014 10:45 AM
To: t10 at
Subject: VERIFY (10) -- BYTCHK == 10b
In SBC-3 r36, does the use of "Not Defined" in table 98 equate to "Reserved",
or is it more like "Vendor Specific" (i.e., "outside the scope of this
I ask because table 98 is the only statement I can find in the description of
the VERIFY (10) command that any any way discusses the meaning of the 10b
codepoint for BYTCHK.
All the best,

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