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LOGICAL UNIT RESET: All outstanding tasks from all initiators for the LU identified by the LUN field in the LOGICAL UNIT RESET task management function.
Regarding "all initiators" above. In the context of 10.6.2(b), how would "The initiator" know anything about "all initiators"?
Eddy----- Original Message ----- From: "Mallikarjun C." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: <email@example.com> Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 7:23 PM Subject: Re: ABORT TASK vs ABORT TASK SET
Responding to my own comment (since I seem to have done such a fine job of "aborting" this email thread).....I think it'd be a good idea to elaborate on LU Reset, and the two flavors of Target Reset in a formal IETF doc.I am concerned that the current lack of detailed specification wouldallow targets that might even cause silent data corruptions to qualify as RFC 3720-compliant.Here are what I believe to be semantics applicable to all TMF requeststhat can potentially terminate multiple tasks. I do not know the IETF process well enough here, but I suggest that we consider this text replacing the existing section 10.6.2 in RFC 3720 - so the new text can cover all the TMFs that can impact multiple tasks. This is basically a superset of the current 10.6.2 semantics.Comments are welcome. Mallikarjun ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 10.6.2. Task Management Actions on Requests Affecting Multiple TasksThe execution of ABORT TASK SET, CLEAR TASK SET, LOGICAL UNIT RESET, TARGET WARM RESET, and TARGET COLD RESET Task Management function requests consists of the following sequence of actions in thespecified order on each of the entities. The initiator: a) Issues ABORT TASK SET/CLEAR TASK SET/LOGICAL UNIT RESET/TARGET WARM RESET/TARGET COLD RESET request. b) Continues to respond to each target transfer tag received for the "affected" (*) tasks. c) Receives any responses that the target may provide for some tasks among the affected tasks (may process them as usual because they are guaranteed to be valid). d) Receives the task management response, thus concluding all the tasks in the set of affected tasks. The Target: a) Receives the ABORT TASK SET/CLEAR TASK SET/LOGICAL UNIT RESET/TARGET WARM RESET/TARGET COLD RESET request. b) Waits for all currently valid target transfer tags of the affected tasks to be responded. c) Based on the CmdSN ordering, waits (concurrent with the wait in step (b)) for all commands of the affected tasks to be received. In the case of target-scoped requests (i.e. TARGET WARM RESET and TARGET COLD RESET), all the commands that are not received, as at the end of step (b), in the command stream however can be considered to have been received with no command waiting period - i.e. the entire CmdSN space upto the CmdSN of the task management function can be "plugged" (refer section 6.9 on how aborting a specific task can implicitly plug the CmdSN of the task being aborted) at the end of step (b). d) Propagates the TMF request to and receives the response from the target SCSI layer. e) Takes note of last-sent StatSN on each of the connections in the iSCSI session(s) (one or more) sharing the affected tasks, and waits for acknowledgement of each StatSN (may solicit for acknowledgement by way of a NOP-In). If some tasks originate from non-iSCSI I_T_L nexi then the means by which the target insures that all affected tasks have returned their status to the initiator are defined by the specific non-iSCSI transport protocol(s). f) Sends the task set management response to the issuing initiator. [*] "affected" tasks: ABORT TASK SET: All outstanding tasks for the I_T_L nexus identified by the LUN field in the ABORT TASK SET task management function. CLEAR TASK SET: All outstanding tasks in the task set for the LU identified by the LUN field in the CLEAR TASK SET task management function. LOGICAL UNIT RESET: All outstanding tasks from all initiators for the LU identified by the LUN field in the LOGICAL UNIT RESET task management function. TARGET WARM RESET/TARGET COLD RESET: All outstanding tasks from all initiators across all LUs that the issuing session has access to on the SCSI target device hosting the iSCSI session. _______________________________________________ Ips mailing list Ips@ietf.orghttps://www1.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/ips
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