Re: [Ips] iSCSI-specific unit attention conditions

Paul Koning <Paul_Koning@dell.com> Mon, 30 March 2009 15:38 UTC

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I am somewhat puzzled by the notion of T10 defining iSCSI things.  Did
these things receive any discussion on the IPS list?  If not,
shouldn't that happen first?

It seems to me that IPS should ask T10 for iSCSI related changes, not
the other way around.  And nothing should be added without a
description of how it is supposed to be used.

    paul