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- SCSI inquiry structure
Solaris DDI specific (Solaris DDI).
The scsi_inquiry structure contains 36 required bytes, followed by a variable number of vendor-specific parameters. Bytes 59 through 95, if returned, are reserved for future standardization. This structure is part of scsi_device(9S) structure and typically filled in by scsi_probe(9F).
Lines that start with an 'X' will be deleted before submission; they are being classified as unstable at this time. uchar_t inq_dtype; /* Periph. qualifier, dev. type */ uchar_t inq_rmb :1; /* Removable media */ uchar_t inq_qual :7; /* Dev. type qualifier */ uchar_t inq_iso :2; /* ISO version */ uchar_t inq_ecma :3; /* EMCA version */ uchar_t inq_ansi :3; /* ANSII version */ uchar_t inq_aenc :1; /* Async event notif. cap. */ uchar_t inq_trmiop :1; /* Supports TERMINATE I/O PROC msg */ uchar_t inq_normaca :1; /* setting NACA bit supported */ uchar_t inq_hisup :1; /* hierarchical addressing model */ uchar_t inq_rdf :4; /* Response data format */ uchar_t inq_len /* Additional length */ uchar_t inq_sccs :1; /* embedded storage array */ Xuchar_t inq_acc :1; /* access controls coordinator */ uchar_t inq_tpgse :1; /* explicit asymmetric lun access */ uchar_t inq_tpgsi :1; /* implicit asymmetric lun access */ Xuchar_t inq_3pc :1; /* third-party copy */ Xuchar_t inq_protect :1; /* supports protection information */ uchar_t inq_bque :1; /* basic queueing */ uchar_t inq_encserv :1; /* embedded enclosure services */ uchar_t inq_dualp :1; /* dual port device */ uchar_t inq_mchngr :1; /* embedded/attached to medium chngr */ uchar_t inq_addr16 :1; /* SPI: supports 16 bit wide SCSI addr */ uchar_t inq_wbus16 :1; /* SPI: Supports 16 bit wide data xfers */ uchar_t inq_sync :1; /* SPI: Supports synchronous data xfers */ uchar_t inq_linked :1; /* Supports linked commands */ uchar_t inq_cmd_que :1; /* Supports command queueing */ uchar_t inq_sftre :1; /* Supports Soft Reset option */ char inq_vid; /* Vendor ID */ char inq_pid; /* Product ID */ char inq_revision; /* Revision level */ uchar_t inq_clk :2; /* SPI3 clocking */ uchar_t inq_qas :1; /* SPI3: quick arb sel */ uchar_t inq_ius :1; /* SPI3: information units */
inq_dtype identifies the type of device. Bits 0 - 4 represent the Peripheral Device Type and bits 5 - 7 represent the Peripheral Qualifier. The following values are appropriate for Peripheral Device Type field:
Direct-access device (for example, magnetic disk).
Sequential-access device (for example, magnetic tape).
Write-once device (for example, some optical disks).
Optical memory device (for example, some optical disks).
Medium Changer device (for example, jukeboxes).
Array controller device (for example, RAID).
Enclosure services device.
Simplified direct-access device.
Optical card reader/writer device.
Object-based storage device.
Unknown or no device type.
Mask to isolate Peripheral Device Type field.
The following values are appropriate for the Peripheral Qualifier field:
The specified peripheral device type is currently connected to this logical unit. If the target cannot determine whether or not a physical device is currently connected, it uses this peripheral qualifier when returning the INQUIRY data. This peripheral qualifier does not imply that the device is ready for access by the initiator.
The target is capable of supporting the specified peripheral device type on this logical unit. However, the physical device is not currently connected to this logical unit.
The target is not capable of supporting a physical device on this logical unit. For this peripheral qualifier, the peripheral device type shall be set to DTYPE_UNKNOWN to provide compatibility with previous versions of SCSI. For all other peripheral device type values, this peripheral qualifier is reserved.
This is a vendor-unique qualifier.
Mask to isolate Peripheral Qualifier field.
DTYPE_NOTPRESENT is the peripheral qualifier DPQ_NEVER and the peripheral device type DTYPE_UNKNOWN combined.
inq_rmb, if set, indicates that the medium is removable.
inq_qual is a device type qualifier.
inq_iso indicates ISO version.
inq_ecma indicates ECMA version.
inq_ansi indicates ANSI version.
inq_aenc, if set, indicates that the device supports asynchronous event notification capability as defined in SCSI-2 specification.
inq_trmiop, if set, indicates that the device supports the TERMINATE I/O PROCESSmessage.
inq_normaca, if set, indicates that the device supports setting the NACA bit to 1 in CDB.
inq_hisip, if set, indicates the SCSI target device uses the hierarchical addressing model to assign LUNs to logical units.
inq_rdf, if set, indicates the INQUIRY data response data format: “RDF_LEVEL0” means that this structure complies with the SCSI-1 spec, “RDF_CCS” means that this structure complies with the CCS pseudo-spec, and “RDF_SCSI2” means that the structure complies with the SCSI-2/3 spec.
inq_len, if set, is the additional length field that specifies the length in bytes of the parameters.
inq_sccs, if set, indicates the target device contains an embedded storage array controller component.
inq_acc, if set, indicates that the logical unit contains an access controls coordinator (this structure member will be deleted before submission. It is being classified as unstable at this time).
inq_tpgse, if set, indicates that implicit asymmetric logical unit access is supported.
inq_tpgsi, if set, indicates that explicit asymmetric logical unit access is supported.
inq_3pc, if set, indicates that the SCSI target device supports third-party copy commands (this structure member will be deleted before submission. It is being classified as unstable at this time).
inq_protect, if set, indicates that the logical unit supports protection information (this structure member will be deleted before submission. It is being classified as unstable at this time).
inq_bque, if set, indicates that the logical unit supports basic task management.
inq_encserv, if set, indicates that the device contains an embedded enclosure services component (ses(7D)).
inq_dualp, if set, indicates that the SCSI target device supports two or more ports.
inq_mchngr, if set, indicates that the SCSI target device supports commands to control an attached media changer.
inq_addr16, if set, indicates that the device supports 16-bit wide SCSI addresses.
inq_wbus16, if set, indicates that the device supports 16-bit wide data transfers.
inq_sync, if set, indicates that the device supports synchronous data transfers.
inq_linked, if set, indicates that the device supports linked commands for this logical unit.
inq_cmdque, if set, indicates that the device supports tagged command queueing.
inq_sftre, if reset, indicates that the device responds to the RESET condition with the hard RESET alternative. If this bit is set, this indicates that the device responds with the soft RESET alternative.
inq_vid contains eight bytes of ASCII data identifying the vendor of the product.
inq_pid contains sixteen bytes of ASCII data as defined by the vendor.
inq_revision contains four bytes of ASCII data as defined by the vendor.
inq_clk clocking of the SPI3 target port.
inq_gas the SPI3 target port supports quick arbitration and selection.
inq_ius the SPI3 target device supports information unit transfers.
ANSI Small Computer System Interface-2 (SCSI-2)
ANSI SCSI Primary Commands-3 (SPC-3)