[T10] Error is SBC-4, rev. 21, table 271 or 272
bill.martin at samsung.com
Thu Aug 13 14:48:49 PDT 2020
I believe that this error is significant enough that we should enter a public review comment against it and resolve that at the next T10 meeting and send for a second public review. If we do not fix this, we will have a standard that is broken for implementers. The only question is whether we could argue that due to the fact that it is indicated that the data structure in table 272 has to fit into this area, the numbering was an editorial error and fix it through the editor and contend that this is an editorial error.
No matter whether we need a second public review, this should be entered as a public review comment.
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From: t10-bounces at t10.org [mailto:t10-bounces at t10.org] On Behalf Of Ralph Weber
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Subject: Re: [T10] Error is SBC-4, rev. 21, table 271 or 272
Table 272 is correct. Table 271 is in error.
This error ought to be corrected, but ...
It is a technical change, and correcting it via a Public Review comment will require a second Public Review.
The SBC-4 Public Review closes on 25 August. So, a decision regarding how to handle this gaffe needs to be made promptly.
All the best, .Ralph
From: t10-bounces at t10.org<mailto:t10-bounces at t10.org> <t10-bounces at t10.org<mailto:t10-bounces at t10.org>> On Behalf Of Gerry Houlder
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Subject: [T10] Error is SBC-4, rev. 21, table 271 or 272
In SBC-4, rev. 21, table 271 indicates that format preset descriptors are 48 bytes each. Table 272 indicates that format preset descriptors are 64 bytes each. One of these tables is wrong, but which one?
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