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I-D ACTION:draft-ietf-ips-command-ordering-02.txt,.pdf

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	Title		: SCSI Command Ordering Considerations with iSCSI
	Author(s)	: M. Chadalapaka, R. Elliott
	Filename	: draft-ietf-ips-command-ordering-02.txt,.pdf
	Pages		: 20
	Date		: 2004-1-21
iSCSI is a SCSI transport protocol designed to run on top of 
TCP. The iSCSI session abstraction is equivalent to the SCSI I_T 
nexus, and the iSCSI session provides an ordered command 
delivery from the SCSI initiator to the SCSI target.  This 
document goes into the design considerations that led to the 
iSCSI session model as it is defined today, relates the SCSI 
command ordering features defined in T10 specifications to the
iSCSI concepts, and finally provides guidance to system 
designers on how true command ordering solutions can be built 
based on iSCSI.

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