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Storage Networking Fundamentals: An Introduction to Storage Devices, Subsystems, Applications, Management, and Filing Systems by Marc Farley

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Chapter 6

1: The SCSI-3 standard is used for which SAN implementations?
  1. Fibre Channel

  2. iSCSI

  3. SSA

  4. All of them

A1: Answer: D
2: What is the standards organization for SCSI?
A2: Answer: INCITST10
3: True or false: Target and initiator ports are part of the logical processing of SCSI.
A3: Answer: False. Ports are considered to be part of the underlying connecting technology.
4: True or false: SCSI guarantees in-order delivery.
A4: Answer: False. Delivery ordering is provided by the underlying connecting technology, such as a parallel SCSIbus or a SAN.
5: Where are SCSI logical units implemented?
A5: Answer: In storage subsystem and device controllers
6: Name the two main functions in a logical unit.
A6: Answer: Device server and task manager
7: What are queues in ...

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