Re: [Ips] iSCSI WRITE (10)

folkert <folkert@vanheusden.com> Wed, 09 February 2011 17:37 UTC

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> Ok I'm a lot further: the whole discovery handshake (including mode
> sense, inquiries and what not) works find. Small reads/writes work too
> (the ones with data in the pdu message).
> 
> Something which is not entirely clear from the RFC is the following:
> - an initiator sends a 0x05 PDU (data-out) with data to be stored on
>   disk.
>   after processing, the target should send back a 0x21 PDU (scsi
>   response). is that correct?

Let me elaborate:

I -> T PDU 0x01 (scsi request), opcode 0x2a (WRITE 10)
T -> I PDU 0x21 (scsi response)
more data follows, so
I -> T PDU 0x05 (data out)
T -> I PDU 0x21 (scsi response, for each data out)


Folkert van Heusden

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