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ISO/IEC 14776-333

Information technology – Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) – Part 333: SCSI Stream Commands – 3 (SSC-3)

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 September 2013
Status: active
Page Count: 224
ICS Code (Interface and interconnection equipment): 35.200
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This part of ISO/IEC 14776 defines the command set extensions in order to facilitate operation of the sequential-access device type. This part of ISO/IEC 14776, implemented in conjunction with the requirements of the SCSI Architecture Model-4 (SAM-4) standard and the applicable clauses of the SCSI Primary Commands-4 (SPC-4) standard, fully specify the standard command set for the sequential-access device type.

This standard provides the following:

a) it permits an application client to communicate over a SCSI service delivery subsystem, with a logical unit that declares itself to be a sequential-access device in the PERIPHERAL DEVICE TYPE field of the standard INQUIRY data (see SPC-4);

b) it defines commands unique to the sequential-access device type; and

c) it defines commands in order to manage the operation of the sequential-access device type.

This standard makes obsolete the following concepts from previous versions of this standard:

a) the GAP SIZE field;

b) RSMK and setmarks; and

c) Attached Media Changer model.

The term SCSI is used to refer to the family of standards described in this clause.

Document History

ISO/IEC 14776-333
September 1, 2013
Information technology – Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) – Part 333: SCSI Stream Commands – 3 (SSC-3)
This part of ISO/IEC 14776 defines the command set extensions in order to facilitate operation of the sequential-access device type. This part of ISO/IEC 14776, implemented in conjunction with the...

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