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|Pradeep Vincent <email@example.com>
To: Pradeep Vincent/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS
Subject: Re: Can SendTarget command be part of a Text Request Sequence
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote on 18/09/2004 00:43:40:
> Appendix D from iSCSI Spec: A SendTargets command consists of a
> single Text request PDU.This PDU contains exactly one text key and
> value. The text key MUST be SendTargets. The expected response
> depends upon the value, as well as whether the session is a
> discovery or operational session.
> This means that a Text Request PDU that contains a SendTargets key
> shouldn't have any other key. Can this PDU have C bit set to 1
> In other words can this Text Request PDU that has only the
> SendTargets key, be part of a Text Request Sequence which might have
> other Text Request PDUs that might have other keys such as
> A Text Request PDU has part of SendTargets and C bit = 1 :: can the
> following Text Request PDU (that might contain part of the
> SendTargets command) have other keys such as
> MaxRecvDataSegmentLength and InitiatorAlias
> If a Text Request PDU that has C bit =1, starts off with some key
> like MaxRecvDataSegmentLength and InitiatorAlias and has part of
> SendTargets command, what do we do when we receive the next Text
> Request PDU in the sequence that has the remaining part of the
> SendTargets command. Is that valid or do we reject it ?
Whatever the rule says is valid for both a single or a sequence using the C bit.
The C bit is only a syntactical convenience for long text requests/responses.
> Pradeep Vincent
> Storage Systems Group,
> IBM Corporation, Tucson, AZ
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