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    Fibre Channel Interface[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface[...]

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    ©1997–2004, Seagate T echnology LLC All rights re served Publication number: 7776 7496, Rev . D F[...]

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    Revision st atus summary sheet Revi sion Date Sheets Aff ected Sheets Affected A 03/21/1997 L. Newma[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D v Contents 1.0 Publication ove rview . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    vi Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 6.3 Exchange s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D vii 10.4.2 ESI write transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    viii Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 12.10.1 Error Counter pages, Write , Read, Read Reverse[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D ix 12.40 Reserve (10) command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    x Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 13.2.3.2 Backg round mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D xi List of Figures Figure 1. Fibre Channe l standards . . . .[...]

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    xii Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 1 1.0 Publication overview This publication provides some gen[...]

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    2 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 1.3 General interface description This manual describe s th[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 3 2.0 Introduction to Fibre Channel Fibre Chan nel is an Amer[...]

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    4 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Networks Networks allow many devices to communi cate with e[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 5 3.0 Fibre Channel standards Figure 1 shows the vari ous doc[...]

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    6 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Copies of ANSI documents rela ting to Fibre Channel can be [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 7 3.1.1.6 F C-4 FC-4 defines the interf ace mapping between t[...]

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    8 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 9 4.0 Introduction to topologies T opologies include all the [...]

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    10 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D As stated above, ports used in a FC- AL topology are call[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 11 The arbitrated loop topo logy is used to connect from two [...]

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    12 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Figure 3. Port bypass circuit physical interconne ct Port[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 13 5.0 Dat a encoding (FC-1) Fibre Channel devices do n’t t[...]

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    14 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D • If the number of ones a nd zeros in a sub-block are e[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 15 5.3 Dat a hierarchy A hierarchy of data types is presented[...]

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    16 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Idle (IDLE) An Idle is transmitted on th e loop to indica[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 17 Seagate disc drives use only those listed in bold type (Se[...]

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    18 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D St art-of-frame Initia te Cl ass 3 (SOFi3 ) SOFi3 indicat[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 19 Open full-duplex (OPNyx) After successful ar bitration, th[...]

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    20 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Offline (OLS) Offline is transmitted to indicate that the[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 21 Note. There are six sequences that in voke loop initializa[...]

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    22 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 23 6.0 Framing protocol (FC-2) The entire responsibility of m[...]

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    24 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D All frames also have a header and a Cyclic Redundancy Che[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 25 F_CTL (Frame Control) This 3-byte (24-bit) fie ld contains[...]

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    26 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D OX_ID (Originator Exchan ge Identifier) This 2-byte field[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 27 RX_ID (Responder Ex change Identifier) This 2-byte i denti[...]

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    28 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 6.1.1.3 Data field (payload) The data field, also kn own [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 29 These two independent fields (OX_ID and RX_ID) allow ea ch[...]

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    30 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D the source N_Port. This type of credit is not used in Cla[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 31 7.0 Classes of service (FC-2) There are five classes of se[...]

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    32 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D • EE_Credit not require d • Busy and Reject not neede[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 33 8.0 FC Arbitrated Loop concept s This section descr ibes s[...]

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    34 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D * character with neutral disparity . R Reserved (see T ab[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 35 In the p arallel SCSI world, the higher the bus address, t[...]

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    36 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D A buff er on the drive r eceives each of the following lo[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 37 The loop initialization process begin s when any NL_Port f[...]

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    38 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Loop Initialization Select Master (LISM) 12-byte p ayload[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 39 Loop Initialization Prev iously Assigned (LIP A) 20-byte p[...]

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    40 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Loop Initializati on Sof t Assigned (LISA) 20-byte p aylo[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 41 Loop Initializati on Loop Position (LILP) 132-byte p ayloa[...]

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    42 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D - lower than the Port_Name in the payload, t he NL_Port t[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 43 LISA The L_Port primes the AL_P A bit map with the AL_P A [...]

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    44 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D reinitialize at 10.3 at the request of the nod e. If the [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 45 8.2.1 Loop initia lization state machin e Figure 1 1. Loop[...]

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    46 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 8.2.2 Loop reinitial ization Loop reinitialization occurs[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 47 replaced, that port h as won arbitration of th e loop and [...]

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    48 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D When a fair NL _Port has arbitrated for and won access to[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 49 8.4.2 Blockin g switch emula tion When two NL_Port s open [...]

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    50 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 8.4.4 Assigned AL_P A valu es All AL_P As that are used i[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 51 9.0 Fibre Channel link services Link service frames are us[...]

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    52 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 9.1 Basic link services The drive support s the Abort Seq[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 53 DF_CTL (Data Field Control) Set to 00h to indicate no opti[...]

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    54 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 9.1.2 Basic Accept (BA_ACC) BA_ACC is sent by the drive i[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 55 9.1.3 Basic Reje ct (BA_RJT) BA_RJT is sent by the drive i[...]

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    56 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 9.2 Extended link services The type of extended link serv[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 57 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) D_ID (Destina[...]

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    58 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 9.2.1 Port Login (PLOGI) (02x) Port Login (P LOGI) is sen[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 59 Comp any Identifier As signed by IEEE This Seagate-unique [...]

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    60 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Buffer to Bu[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 61 Common Featur es This is a bit significant field which req[...]

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    62 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Concurrent S[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 63 Initiator Control The transmit capabilities of the initiat[...]

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    64 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Service Options These bits are only checked for class 3 s[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 65 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Class 1 and 2[...]

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    66 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 9.2.2 Port Logout (PLOGO) (03x ) Port Logout (PLOGO) is s[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 67 9.2.3 Fabric Logi n (FLOGI) (04) Fabric Login (F LOGI) is [...]

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    68 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Buffer to Bu[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 69 Common Featur es This is a bit significant fie ld which in[...]

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    70 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Service Opti[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 71 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Class 1 and 2[...]

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    72 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 9.2.4 Process Login (PRLI) Process Login (PRLI) is sent b[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 73 Data Overlay Allow Not supported by the drive. The Data Ov[...]

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    74 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D The PRLI recipient returns a PRL I Accept or a LS_RJT to [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 75 Data Overlay Allow Not supported by the drive. The Data Ov[...]

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    76 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D T ype Co de 08h SCSI FCP process as included in the frame[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 77 9.2.5 Process Logout (PRLO) Process Logout (PRLO) is sent [...]

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    78 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Payload Length Length of PRLO payload (in bytes). The cou[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 79 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) LS Command Co[...]

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    80 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Response Code The result of the PRLO request. Codes 1, 4,[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 81 9.2.6 Third Party Proce ss Logout (TPRLO) Third Party Proc[...]

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    82 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Page Length The length must be in the range of 10h to 14h[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 83 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Global Proces[...]

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    84 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Process Associa tors Not supported by the drive. The proc[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 85 9.2.7 Read Link Error S t atus Block (RLS) Read Link Err o[...]

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    86 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D The RLS Accept includes the L S Command Co de and the LES[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 87 Invalid T ransmissi on Word Number of invalid transmission[...]

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    88 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 9.2.8 Reinstate Recove ry Qualifier (RRQ) The Reinstate R[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 89 Field definit ions (liste d alphabetically) LS Command Cod[...]

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    90 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 9.2.9 P ort Discov ery (PDISC) Port Discovery (PDISC) is [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 91 9.2.10 Discover Address ( ADISC) Discover Addre ss (ADISC)[...]

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    92 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Node Name of Originato r This is the unique 8 byte identi[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 93 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Hard Address [...]

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    94 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 9.2.1 1 Report Node Capabilities (RNC) Report Node Capabi[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 95 If either bit 5 or bit 4 = 1 - The Document Identifie r is[...]

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    96 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D 9.2.12 Link Service Reject (LS_RJT ) Link Service Reject [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 97 9.3 FC common transport FC common transport (CT) provides [...]

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    98 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) D_ID (Destin[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 99 9.3.1 Register FC-4 T ypes Name S ervice (RFT_I D) Registe[...]

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    100 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Command Code[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 101 10.0 Enclosure services interface (ESI) ESI provides a pa[...]

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    102 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D In case 2, the drive continu es the discovery process. Th[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 103 10.2.1 8045 ESI pinouts The table below is a mapping of t[...]

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    104 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 10.3 8067 mode T ransfers on an 8067 interf ace are start[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 105 10.3.2 8067 ESI interface pinout s In 8067, the ESI funct[...]

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    106 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 10.4 ESI command transfer Figure 15. ESI command transfer[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 107 DSK_WR going high by allowing –ENCL_ACK to return to hi[...]

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    108 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D [1] Enclosure Se rvices Processor ne gates ST A RT_1 and [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 109 [1] Enclosur e Services Proc essor negates ST ART_1 and S[...]

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    110 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Figure 20. EIE Operatio n Phases If any errors or timeout[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 111 Note: The Initiate Loop Initialization Action Cod e (03h)[...]

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    112 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (liste d alphabetically) Action Code T[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 113 10.5.3.1 Device St andard Inquiry Data p age Field defini[...]

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    114 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 10.5.3.2 Device Address page Field definit ions (liste d [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 115 Port_Identi fier The FC 24-bit address assigned to th e p[...]

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    116 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 10.5.3.3 Loop Position Map p age Field definit ions (list[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 117 10.5.3.4 Device Identification page Field definit ions (l[...]

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    118 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 10.5.3.5 De vice T emperature page Field definit ions (li[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 119 10.5.3.6 Port Parameters page Field definit ions (liste d[...]

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    120 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 10.5.3.7 Link St atus p age All fields are supported unle[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 121 Field definit ions (liste d alphabetically) Action Code 0[...]

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    122 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Link Fail ure Count Count of the number of Loss of Sync c[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 123 10.5.3.8 Spin-Down Contro l Action Specific Bits Field de[...]

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    124 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Page Length 06h The maximum length of the ESI page (in by[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 125 1 1.0 SCSI operations SCSI information is transported in [...]

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    126 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 1 1.2 FCP CMND The content of the FCP CMND frame is shown[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 127 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) DF_CTL (Data[...]

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    128 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Abort T ask [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 129 If the DL value equals the actual transfer length in the [...]

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    130 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 1 1.2.1 Command Descriptor Block (CDB) A request by an in[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 131 Field definit ions (liste d alphabetically) Control Byte [...]

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    132 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Logical Block Address See Section 1 1.2 .1.2. Operation C[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 133 The T ransfer Length field of the comm ands use d to retu[...]

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    134 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 1 1.3 FCP XFER RDY The FCP XFER RDY (T ransfer Ready) fra[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 135 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) DF_CTL (Data[...]

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    136 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Burst Length[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 137 11 . 4 F C P D AT A The payload of FCP DA T A frames tran[...]

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    138 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (liste d alphabetically) DF_CTL (Data [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 139 SEQ_ID (Sequence Identifier) For transfers to the drive, [...]

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    140 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 11 . 5 F C P R S P An FCP Response (RSP) frame is r eturn[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 141 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) DF_CTL (Data[...]

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    142 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Length of Re[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 143 Resid Under Run ( Residual Under Run ) 1 The number of by[...]

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    144 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 28h T ask Set (queue) Full. Th is status is implemented i[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 145 1 1.5.1 Extended Sense Dat a format The drive is capable [...]

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    146 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Additional Sense Length 10 (Max) S pecifies additional se[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 147 1 1.5.1.1 Sense Key Spec ific V alid (SKSV) an d Sens e K[...]

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    148 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D T able 90: Actual Retry Count byte s Field definit ions ([...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 149 T a ble 92 lists the sense keys in the extended sen s e d[...]

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    150 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D T able 93 lists the extended sense, additional sense, and[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 151 19 00 Defect list error 1A 00 Parameter list length error[...]

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    152 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 35 00 Enclosure servi ces f a ilure 35 01 Unsuppor ted en[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 153 1 1.5.1.2 Current and deferred errors Error code 70h (cu [...]

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    154 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D posted unles s required by the error handlin g parame ter[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 155 12.0 Commands This section cont ains information about th[...]

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    156 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D T able 94: Commands sorted by command name Command name O[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 157 Star t/Stop Unit 1Bh x x 12.50 (see page 3 13) Synchroniz[...]

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    158 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D T able 95: Commands sorted by operat ion code Op code Com[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 159 5Ah Mode Sense (10) x x 12.14 (see page 246) 5Eh P ersist[...]

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    160 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.1 Change Definition command Obsolete. If this command [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 161 12.5 Format Unit command The Format Unit command ensur es[...]

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    162 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Interleave This field requests t hat logical blocks be re[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 163 [1] Byte 1 of the Def ect List header determ ines whether[...]

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    164 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.5.1 Format Unit p a rameter list 12.5.1.1 Defect List [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 165 Immed (Immediate) 0 S tatus will be returned after the fi[...]

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    166 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Initialization Pattern L ength The number of bytes contai[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 167 A value for Defect Bytes from Index of FFFFFFFFh (i.e., r[...]

  • Page 182

    168 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.6 Inquiry command The Inquiry command requests that in[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 169 Additional Inquiry command information The Inquiry comman[...]

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    170 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Disc drive inquiry dat a The disc drive st andard inquiry[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 171 ANSI-Approved V ersion 2h In dicates this device complies[...]

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    172 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D RelAdr (Relative Add ressing) This function is not suppor[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 173 12.6.1 Vit al product dat a p a ges The initiator request[...]

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    174 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Page Code Pa[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 175 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Current Oper[...]

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    176 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Identificati[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 177 Page Length The length (in bytes) of the Devi ce Identifi[...]

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    178 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D of constructing the remainder of the Id entifier field is[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 179 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Firmware Rel[...]

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    180 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Compile Date[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 181 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Page Code C2[...]

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    182 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D T able 1 16: AL_P A Select-ID mappin g AL_P A (hex) Sel. [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 183 12.6.8 Device Behavior page (C3h) The Device Behavior p a[...]

  • Page 198

    184 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.7 Lock-Unlock Cache (10) command The Lock-Unlock Cache[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 185 12.8 Lock-Unlock Cache (16) command The Lock-Unlock Cache[...]

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    186 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Operation Co de 92h The operation code for the Lock-Unloc[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 187 12.9 Log Select command The Log Select command provides a[...]

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    188 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D The drive only upd ates the cumulative values to refle ct[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 189 T able 121 summarizes the Log Select Command fie ld setti[...]

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    190 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.10 Log Sense co mmand The Log Sense command provides a[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 191 The parameter values returned are from one of the followi[...]

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    192 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Log Paramete[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 193 Since the drive uses volatile memory to hold cumulative v[...]

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    194 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D TMC (Threshold Me t Criteria) This field defines the basi[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 195 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Page Code 00[...]

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    196 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.10.1 E rror Counter p ages, Write, Read, Read Reverse,[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 197 12.10.2 Non-Medium Error p age (code 06h) Log pag e code [...]

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    198 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.10.3 T emperature pag e (code 0Dh) Log pag e code 0Dh [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 199 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Parameter Co[...]

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    200 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 8109h 4 bytes LIP F8 Received C ount, Port A. Count of th[...]

  • Page 215

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 201 12.10.4 Device Self-T est Result s Log page (code 10h) Th[...]

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    202 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Self-T est Results Log Parameter fi elds See T able 135 b[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 203 Parameter Control Bits DU 0 V alue pr ovided by device se[...]

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    204 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.10.5 Cache St atistics p age (code 37h) Log Page code [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 205 12.10.6 Factory Log p age (code 3Eh) Log Page code 3Eh sp[...]

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    206 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.1 1 Mode Select (6) com mand The Mode Select comman d [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 207 The ta rget terminates all th e Mode Se lect comma nds wi[...]

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    208 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Block Descri[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 209 Mode Select Page Headers And Their Parameters See Mode Se[...]

  • Page 224

    210 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.12 Mode Select (10) command The Mode Select (1 0) comm[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 211 12.13 Mode Sense (6) command The Mode Sense command provi[...]

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    212 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 1 0 Return Default values. The Defa ult values are the va[...]

  • Page 227

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 213 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Block Descri[...]

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    214 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Mode Sense Page Heade rs and Their Parameters See T able [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 215 Page Length The length of the mode parameters that follow[...]

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    216 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.13.1 Unit Attention p age (00h) The Unit Attention pag[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 217 PS (Parameter Savable) This bit is only used with the Mod[...]

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    218 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.13.2 Error Recove ry page (01h) The disc drive Error R[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 219 Correction Sp an The size of the largest read data error [...]

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    220 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Read Retry Count The maximum number of times the di sc dr[...]

  • Page 235

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 221 12.13.3 Disconnect/Reconnect Control p age (02h) The Disc[...]

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    222 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D The buffer full ratio is taken to be a percentage of the [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 223 12.13.4 Format Parameters page (03h) The Format Paramete [...]

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    224 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Alternate Se[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 225 Sectors Per T rack The average number of p hysical sector[...]

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    226 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.13.5 Rigid Disc Drive Geom etry Parameters p age (04h)[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 227 Landing Zon e Cylinder Not applicable. Medium Rotation Ra[...]

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    228 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.13.6 V erify Error Recov ery p a ge (07h) The V erify [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 229 EER (Enable Early Recovery) 1 The disc drive applies on -[...]

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    230 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.13.7 Caching Parameters p age (08h) for Mode Sense/Mod[...]

  • Page 245

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 231 Demand Read Re tention Priority The cache replacement alg[...]

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    232 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D If the Non-Cache Segment Size field = 0 or the Non-Cache [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 233 12.13.8 Mode Sense/Mode Select Con trol Mode p age (0Ah) [...]

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    234 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D the test. Device servers supporting Self-T est Code field[...]

  • Page 249

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 235 12.13.9 Notch p a ge (0Ch) The Notch page contains parame[...]

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    236 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D LPN (Logical or Physical Notch) 0 The notch boundaries ar[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 237 12.13.10 XOR Control Mode p age (10h) The XOR Control Mo [...]

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    238 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D PS (Parameter Savable) This bit is only used with the Mod[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 239 12.13.1 1 Fibre Channel Interface Control p age (19h) The[...]

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    240 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D DLM (Disable Loop Master) 1 Indicates that a target attac[...]

  • Page 255

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 241 12.13.12 Power Condition p age (1Ah) The Power Condition [...]

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    242 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D St andby Condition Timer The inactivity time (in 100 mill[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 243 12.13.13 Informational Except ions Contro l page (1Ch) Th[...]

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    244 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D MRIE (Method of Re porting Informational Exceptions) Indi[...]

  • Page 259

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 245 Perf (Performance) 0 Informa tional exception operations [...]

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    246 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.14 Mode Sense (10) command The Mode Sense ( 10) comman[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 247 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Block Descri[...]

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    248 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.15 Move Medium command Not implemented. If the drive r[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 249 12.16 Persistent Reserve In command Use the Persistent Re[...]

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    250 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.16.1 Persistent Reserve In p arameter dat a for read k[...]

  • Page 265

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 251 12.16.2 Persistent Reserve In p arameter dat a for read r[...]

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    252 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Reserv ation Key The reservation key is the registered re[...]

  • Page 267

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 253 Ty p e This field determi nes the characteristics of the [...]

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    254 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.17 Persistent Reserve Out command The Persistent Reser[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 255 Service Action When processing Pe rsistent Reserve Out se[...]

  • Page 270

    256 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.17.1 Persistent Reserve Ou t p arameter list The param[...]

  • Page 271

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 257 Reserv ation Key This field contains an 8 -byte value pro[...]

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    258 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.18 Prefetch (10) command The Prefetch (10) command req[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 259 12.19 Prefetch (16) command The Prefetch (16) command req[...]

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    260 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D T ransfer L ength The T ransfer Length field specifies th[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 261 12.20 Prevent/Allow Medium Removal command Not implemente[...]

  • Page 276

    262 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.21 Read (6) command The Read (6) command re quests the[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 263 The disc drive contains a lar ge buf fer and implement s [...]

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    264 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.22 Read (10) command The Read (10) comman d requests t[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 265 RelAdr (Relative A ddress) This function is not supported[...]

  • Page 280

    266 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.23 Read (12) command The Read (12) command request s t[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 267 RelAdr (Relative A ddress) This function is not supported[...]

  • Page 282

    268 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.24 Read (16) command (8 8h) The Read (16) command requ[...]

  • Page 283

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 269 0 The target satisfies the command by accessing the cache[...]

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    270 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.25 Read Buffer command The Read Buf fer command is use[...]

  • Page 285

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 271 12.25.1 Read Combined Desc riptor Header and Dat a mode ([...]

  • Page 286

    272 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D nates the Data In phase when allocati on length bytes of [...]

  • Page 287

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 273 12.26 Read Cap acity (10) command The Read Cap acity (10)[...]

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    274 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D In response to the Read Cap acity (10) command, the dr iv[...]

  • Page 289

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 275 12.27 Read Cap acity (16) command The Read Capa city (16)[...]

  • Page 290

    276 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 1 The information returned is the Log ical Block Address [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 277 12.28 Read Defect Dat a (10) command The Read Defect Dat [...]

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    278 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Defect List Fo rmat Bits 2, 1, 0 in the CDB should be 1 0[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 279 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) CDB (Command[...]

  • Page 294

    280 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.29 Read Defect Dat a (12) command The Read Defect Dat [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 281 1 0 Return the manufacturer ’s original ETF list only .[...]

  • Page 296

    282 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) CDB (Command[...]

  • Page 297

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 283 12.30 Read Element S ta tus command Not implemented. If t[...]

  • Page 298

    284 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.31 Read Long command The Read Long command requests th[...]

  • Page 299

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 285 12.32 Reassign Blocks comm and The Reassign Blocks comma [...]

  • Page 300

    286 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Reassign Blo cks defect list The Reass ign Blocks defect [...]

  • Page 301

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 287 12.33 Receive Diagnostic Result s command The Receive Dia[...]

  • Page 302

    288 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Page Code The Page Code number of th e Diagnostic page to[...]

  • Page 303

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 289 Enclosure Serv ices Information (ESI) The drives supporte[...]

  • Page 304

    290 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D T ranslate Ad dress page The T ranslate Address page allo[...]

  • Page 305

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 291 T ranslated Format The value from th e Send Diagnostic co[...]

  • Page 306

    292 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Additional L[...]

  • Page 307

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 293 12.34 Release (6) command Obsolete. If the drive receives[...]

  • Page 308

    294 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.36 Report Device Identifier comm and The Report Device[...]

  • Page 309

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 295 Report Device Identifier Para meter List This list contai[...]

  • Page 310

    296 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.37 Report LUNs command The Report LUNs command requ es[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 297 The device server shall rep ort the Logi cal Unit Numb er[...]

  • Page 312

    298 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.38 Request Sense comman d The Request Sense command re[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 299 12.39 Reserve (6) com mand Obsolete. If the drive receive[...]

  • Page 314

    300 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.40.1 Logical unit reservation When the Extent bit is z[...]

  • Page 315

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 301 12.40.4 Parameter list format for t hird-pa rty addressin[...]

  • Page 316

    302 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.41 Rezero Unit command Obsolete. If the drive receives[...]

  • Page 317

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 303 12.46 Seek (10) command The Seek (10) command request s t[...]

  • Page 318

    304 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.47 Send Diagnostic command This command request s that[...]

  • Page 319

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 305 Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Enclosure Se[...]

  • Page 320

    306 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D - accept the paramete r li st, and if no errors are dete [...]

  • Page 321

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 307 12.47.1 Supported Diagnosti c p age–Send Diagnostic Thi[...]

  • Page 322

    308 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.47.2 T ranslate Addr ess p age–Send Diagnostic The t[...]

  • Page 323

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 309 12.47.3 Diagnostic p age–Send Diagnostic The Diagnostic[...]

  • Page 324

    310 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.48 Set Device Identifier command The Report De vice Id[...]

  • Page 325

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 311 Set Device Identifier Parameter List Field definit ions ([...]

  • Page 326

    312 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.49 Set Limit s command Not implemented. If the drive r[...]

  • Page 327

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 313 12.50 S t art/Stop Unit command The S tart/S top Unit com[...]

  • Page 328

    314 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.51 Synchronize Cac he (10) command The Synchronize Cac[...]

  • Page 329

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 315 12.52 Synchronize Cac he (16) command The Synchronize Cac[...]

  • Page 330

    316 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.53 T est Unit Ready command The T est Unit Ready com m[...]

  • Page 331

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 317 12.54 V erify (10) command The V erify (10) command reque[...]

  • Page 332

    318 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.55 V erify (12) command The V erify (12) command reque[...]

  • Page 333

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 319 V erification Length The number of contiguous logical blo[...]

  • Page 334

    320 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.56 V erify (16) command The V erify (16) command reque[...]

  • Page 335

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 321 RelAdr (Relative A ddress) This function is not supported[...]

  • Page 336

    322 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.57 W rite (6) command The Wr ite (6) command request s[...]

  • Page 337

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 323 If any of the following co nditions occur , this comm and[...]

  • Page 338

    324 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.58 W rite (10) command The Write (1 0) command request[...]

  • Page 339

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 325 This command opera tes the same as the Write (6) comm and[...]

  • Page 340

    326 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.59 W rite (12) command The Write (1 2) command request[...]

  • Page 341

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 327 This command opera tes the same as the Write (6) comm and[...]

  • Page 342

    328 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.60 W rite (16) command The Write (1 6) command request[...]

  • Page 343

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 329 T ransfer L ength The number of contiguous logical blocks[...]

  • Page 344

    330 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.61 W rite and V erify (10) command The Wri t e and V e[...]

  • Page 345

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 331 12.62 W rite and V erify (12) command The Write and V eri[...]

  • Page 346

    332 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D T ransfer L ength The number of contiguo us logical block[...]

  • Page 347

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 333 12.63 W rite and V erify (16) command The Write and V eri[...]

  • Page 348

    334 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D RelAdr (Relative A ddress) This function is not supported[...]

  • Page 349

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 335 12.64 W rite Buffer command The Write Buf fer command may[...]

  • Page 350

    336 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D T able 228: Mode definitions Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Mode Defin[...]

  • Page 351

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 337 12.64.1 Combined Header and Dat a mode (000b) In this mod[...]

  • Page 352

    338 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.64.4 Download Microcode with Offset s and Save mode (1[...]

  • Page 353

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 339 12.65 W rite Long command The Write Lo ng command request[...]

  • Page 354

    340 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.66 W rite Same (10) command The Write Sam e (10) comma[...]

  • Page 355

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 341 12.67 W rite Same (16) command The Write Sam e (16) comma[...]

  • Page 356

    342 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.68 XDRead (10) command The XDRead (10) co mmand reques[...]

  • Page 357

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 343 12.69 XDRead (32) command The XDRead (32) co mmand reques[...]

  • Page 358

    344 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Additional C[...]

  • Page 359

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 345 12.70 XDWrite (1 0) command The XDWr ite (10) command req[...]

  • Page 360

    346 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D For write operations, logical blocks may be transferred d[...]

  • Page 361

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 347 12.71 XDWrite (3 2) command The XDWr ite (32) command req[...]

  • Page 362

    348 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Field definit ions (lis ted alphabetic ally) Additional C[...]

  • Page 363

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 349 12.72 XDWriteRea d (10) command The XDW riteRead (10) com[...]

  • Page 364

    350 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.73 XDWriteRea d (32) command The XDW riteRead (32) com[...]

  • Page 365

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 351 Control See Section 1 1 .2.1.6. DPO (Disable Page Out) 1 [...]

  • Page 366

    352 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 12.74 XPWrite (10) command The XPWrite ( 10) command requ[...]

  • Page 367

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 353 12.75 XPWrite (32) command The XPWrite ( 32) command requ[...]

  • Page 368

    354 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 1 The disc d rive assigns the logi cal blocks accessed by[...]

  • Page 369

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 355 13.0 Drive features This section de scribes several featu[...]

  • Page 370

    356 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D The following are examples of segmen ts: a. An electrical[...]

  • Page 371

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 357 While the device server is performing a self-test in th e[...]

  • Page 372

    358 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D T able 241: Device Self-test mode summary Mode When st at[...]

  • Page 373

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 359 14.0 Seagate T echnolo gy support services Online Service[...]

  • Page 374

    360 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Presales, T echnical Support and Customer Service Presale[...]

  • Page 375

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 361 European Support Services For presales and tech nical sup[...]

  • Page 376

    362 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Asia/Pacific Support Services For Asia/Pacific presales a[...]

  • Page 377

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 363 Appendix A. Glossary This section contains a glossary of [...]

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    364 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Arbitrated loop topo logy A topology where L _Ports use a[...]

  • Page 379

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 365 Beginning Runni ng Disp arity The Running Dispa rity pres[...]

  • Page 380

    366 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Center wavelength (LED) The average of the two wavelength[...]

  • Page 381

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 367 Code balance The numerical sum of the 1 bits in a ny 10 b[...]

  • Page 382

    368 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Connectionless frames Frames particip ating in connection[...]

  • Page 383

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 369 Decoding V alidity checking of receiv ed transmission cha[...]

  • Page 384

    370 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D ECL Emitter Coupled Logic. EE_buffer The buf fer associat[...]

  • Page 385

    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 371 Exchange St atu s Block A logical construct which cont ai[...]

  • Page 386

    372 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Fabric The entity which interconnect s various N_Port s a[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 373 Fibre A general term used to cover all transmission media[...]

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    374 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Hex Hexadecimal notation. HG Hunt Group. Hunt Group A set[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 375 Initial Relative Offset A relative offset value spec ifie[...]

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    376 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Jitter , determ inistic (DJ) T iming distortions caus ed [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 377 Local F_Port The F_Port to which an N_Port is directly at[...]

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    378 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D m Meter . MAC Media Access Control. Mandatory A function [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 379 N_Port Identifier A fabric-uni que address identifier by [...]

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    380 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Not Operational A receiver or transmitter that is not cap[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 381 OPN Initiator The port on an Arbitrated Lo op that sent t[...]

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    382 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Power on state In this state, any circuit s or optical de[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 383 Public loop device A device with at least one public NL_P[...]

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    384 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Receiver sensit ivity The minimum accepta ble value of av[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 385 Responder The logical function in an N_Port r es ponsible[...]

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    386 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D RVC _ ID Responder VC_ ID. RVC S Read virtual circuit st [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 387 Sequence A set of one or more d ata frame s with a common[...]

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    388 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Spectral wid t h 1. FWHM (Full Widt h Half Maximum) The a[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 389 T ask attribut e The queuing specification for a t ask (S[...]

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    390 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D ULP Upper layer pr otocol. ULP Upper Level Protoc ol. ULP[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D 391 VC_RDY Virtual circuit ready . V endor unique Functions, [...]

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    392 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Index-1 Index Numerics 10-bit charac ter 13 8045 ESI pino uts[...]

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    Index-2 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Allow Login Without Loop Initialization Fibre Channel[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Index-3 Read Buffer co mmand 270 Write Buffer comma nd 335 Bu[...]

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    Index-4 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Compile Date Date Code page 180 Complete List Format [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Index-5 FCP CMND header 126 , 127 FCP DATA frame header 137 ,[...]

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    Index-6 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Write (16) comm and 328 Write and Verify ( 10) comman[...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Index-7 Enable Spin-Down Spin-Down Control Status page 123 En[...]

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    Index-8 Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D FC Services Type Code RFT_ID Payload 99 , 100 FC-0 6 [...]

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    Fibre Channel Interface Manual, Rev. D Index-9 Persistent Reserv e In parameter da ta for read reser[...]

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    Index-10 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Interleave Format Para meters page 223 , 224 Format[...]

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    Fibre Channel In terface Manual, Rev. D Index-11 LIP F8 Received Count Link Status pa ge 120 , 121 L[...]

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    Index-12 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Loss of Signal Count Link Status pa ge 120 , 121 , [...]

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    Fibre Channel In terface Manual, Rev. D Index-13 PLOGI Payload 58 , 67 Node Port End to End Credit C[...]

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    Index-14 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Firmware Numbers pa ge 179 Format Para meters page [...]

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    Fibre Channel In terface Manual, Rev. D Index-15 Self-test Results Log pa rameter data format 2 0 2 [...]

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    Index-16 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D PLPB. See Prevent Loop Port Bypass PM. See Performa[...]

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    Fibre Channel In terface Manual, Rev. D Index-17 protocol 6 PS. See Parameter Savable Q QErr. See Qu[...]

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    Index-18 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Prefetch (16 ) command 259 Read (10) command 264 , [...]

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    Fibre Channel In terface Manual, Rev. D Index-19 Rotational O ffset Rigid Disc Drive Geomet ry Param[...]

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    Index-20 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D Sense Key Specific Valid 147 Extended Sense Da ta 1[...]

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    Fibre Channel In terface Manual, Rev. D Index-21 Spin-Down Cont rol Status 123 SSEC. See Soft Sector[...]

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    Index-22 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D TPRLO Accept Payload 8 4 TPRLO Payload 82 Third Par[...]

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    Fibre Channel In terface Manual, Rev. D Index-23 Write (10) comm and 325 Write (12) comm and 327 Wri[...]

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    Index-24 Fibre Channel Interface Manual , Rev. D XDRead (10) command 342 XDRead (32) command 343 XDW[...]

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