- Series: ENDL SCSI SERIES
- Spiral-bound: 310 pages
- Publisher: ENDL Publications; 2 edition (January 5, 2005)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1879936186
- ISBN-13: 978-1879936188
- Package Dimensions: 8.5 x 8.4 x 1.1 inches
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FCBR-2: Fibre Channel Bench Reference, Second Edition 2nd Edition
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From the Inside Flap
Those of you who are familiar with the way the standards committee, INCITS T11, restructured the FC-PH document into FC-PI and FC-FS will find that this edition of the Fibre Channel Bench Reference retains ready access to all the information you need to follow the goings on at the FC-1, FC-2, and FC-4 levels in SCSI protocol products.
This Fibre Channel Bench Reference edition has reduced the coverage of the FC-0 level because the options are getting dramatically complex to the point where you really must have the assistance of an automated analyzer to sort things out for you.
Why waste pages explaining things that computers can do for you automatically? Besides, the FC-PI standard covers all that as well as we can.
The biggest change in Fibre Channel since the last Fibre Channel Bench Reference edition has been the rise of standards for switch-to-switch communications in fabrics. The complexity of transactions
between switches also has grown tremendously. These pages cover the major SW_ILSs (Switch Internal Link Services) sent between switches.
If you are debugging a SCSI Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP) application, a critical companion to this bench reference is the SCSI Bench Reference.
About the Author
Author Ralph O. Weber has been developing interface protocol standards for over 20 years, and edited several major standards (SCSI Architectural Model, SCSI Primary Commands, Fibre Channel Methodologies for Interconnects). Ralph is a principal representative to the SCSI, Fibre Channel and iSCSI (internet SCSI) standards efforts.
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