testing my target with sg3_utils
Joe.Breher at hgst.com
Thu May 21 10:41:56 PDT 2015
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Hello Felipe -
First, the t10.org<http://t10.org> reflector is meant for the development of
the SCSI family of standards. It is not meant for technical support with any
That said, it seems both your Device Under Test (jscsi) and your testing
apparatus (sg3_utils) are elements of SCSI Initiator Devices. SCSI is a
client-server architecture. A working SCSI system requires at least one SCSI
Initiator Device (i.e. client), and at least one SCSI Target Device (i.e.
server), What target is in your system?
See SAM-5 for a description of the architecture:
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On May 21, 2015, at 11:08 AM, Felipe Gutierrez
<felipe at usto.re> wrote:
Hi, I am trying to test one iscsi target implementation
(www.jscsi.org<<a href="http://www.jscsi.org/>">http://www.jscsi.org/>) with
Is that possible? I didn't find any example at the internet. Is there any
commands that I can simulate my initiator sending MODE SENSE 6 and the target
responding? Maybe I am searching for wrong things....
I want to test MODE SENSE 6 (Control mode page) that I have to implement to
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