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Updated: Thursday, June 13, 2019
 
 

IMA_LuReadCapacity (3IMA)

Name

IMA_LuReadCapacity - Gets the SCSI READ CAPACITY data for the specified logical unit

Synopsis

cc [ flag... ] file... -lima [ library... ]
#include <ima.h>

IMA_STATUS IMA_LuReadCapacity(
    /* in */       IMA_OID deviceOid,
    /* in */       IMA_UINT cdbLength,
    /* out */      IMA_BYTE *pOutputBuffer,
    /* in, out */ IMA_UINT *pOutputBufferLength,
    /* out */      IMA_BYTE *pSenseBuffer,
    /* in, out */ IMA_UINT *pSenseBufferLength
);

Parameters

deviceOid

The object ID of the target or logical unit (LU) whose READ CAPACITY data is being retrieved. If the object ID specifies a target, then the READ CAPACITY command will be sent to LUN 0 of the target.

cdbLength

The length in bytes of the READ CAPACITY CDB that is sent to the target or LU. Valid values of this CDB length are 10 and 16. Support of the 10 byte CDB is mandatory, while support for the 16 byte CDB is optional.

pOutputBuffer

A pointer to the memory location, that, on successful completion of the READ CAPACITY command, contains the data returned by the logical unit.

pOutputBufferLength

On entry, this argument points to the length, in bytes, of the memory area specified by the pOutputBuffer argument. If returned successfully, the pOutputBufferLength argument points to the number of bytes that were actually placed into the output buffer.

pSenseBuffer

A pointer to a memory location, that, if the READ CAPACITY command fails with a CHECK CONDITION status, contains the sense data received from the logical unit. If the pSenseBuffer argument is NULL, then no sense data is transferred to the client if the READ CAPACITY command fails with a CHECK CONDITION status.

pSenseBufferLength

A pointer to the sense buffer length. On entry to the function, this argument points to a variable containing the maximum length, in bytes, of the pSenseBuffer argument. If the API returns the value, IMA_ERROR_SCSI_STATUS_CHECK_CONDITION, then, on exit this argument contains the number of sense data bytes returned in the pSenseBuffer argument. If the pSenseBuffer argument is NULL, then the value of the pSenseBufferLength argument is 0. If any other value is returned by the API, then, on exit this value remains the same as on entry.

Description

The IMA_LuReadCapacity() API gets the SCSI READ CAPACITY data for the specified logical unit.

Return Values

IMA_ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER
  • Returned if the pOutputBuffer argument is NULL, or specifies a memory area to which the pOutputBufferLength argument bytes cannot be written.

  • Returned if the pOutputBufferLength argument is 0.

  • Returned if the pSenseBufferLength argument is greater than zero, and the pSenseBuffer argument specifies a memory area to which the pSenseBufferLength argument bytes cannot be written.

IMA_ERROR_INVALID_OBJECT_TYPE

Returned if the deviceOid argument does not specify a valid object type.

IMA_ERROR_INCORRECT_OBJECT_TYPE

Returned if the deviceOid argument does not specify a target or LU object.

IMA_ERROR_OBJECT_NOT_FOUND

Returned if the deviceOid argument does not specify a target or LU known to the system.

IMA_ERROR_SCSI_STATUS_CHECK_CONDITION

Returned if the SCSI READ CAPACITY command fails with a CHECK CONDITION status. If this value is returned, then if the pSenseBuffer argument is not NULL, it contains the sense data returned by the logical unit.

IMA_ERROR_TARGET_TIMEOUT

Returned if the target associated with the specified LU failed to respond to an iSCSI login request from an initiator.

IMA_ERROR_LOGIN_REJECTED

Returned if the target associated with the specified LU rejected an iSCSI login request from an initiator.

Attributes

See attributes(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:

ATTRIBUTE TYPE
ATTRIBUTE VALUE
Availability
system/library/storage/snia-ima
Interface Stability
Volatile
MT-Level
Safe

See Also

libima(3LIB), attributes(7), IMA_LuInquiry(3IMA), IMA_LuReportLuns(3IMA)