From: Paul Jakma (paulj at domain alphyra.ie)
Date: Fri 10 Aug 2001 - 18:24:22 IST
On Fri, 10 Aug 2001, David Murphy wrote:
> SCSI-2 has parity, SCSI-3 has a CRC, parity should be enabled by
> default, but it's always worth checking, especially with
> second-hand hardware.
but the parity check is on just the SCSI header - not the data.
(iirc from another discussion).
SCSI-3 -> what exactly do you mean... Ultra/Fast20, Ultra2/Fast40 or
the newest Ultra160? ("SCSI-3" has suffered a lot of abuse - i've no
idea what exactly it really is.)
/IIRC/ Ultra160 (Fast80) was the first with integrity checking of
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