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Information in this book has been gathered from many sources, including locksmiths, manufacturers, instructors from recognized specialized entry Adaptec 7110i, vendors, lock suppliers, designers, engineers, inventors, forensic examiners, and others.


The subject Adaptec 7110i this book is very complicated, diverse, and global. There is a great deal of history and technology incorporated within the modern lock, container, and security system. The focus of this text is to put all of this information into an understandable and useable format. If an outstanding command exists for the matching initiator, then the outstanding command bit OC in register 3Ah or 3Bh for the matching initiator will be set. Once a TAGNOK bit is set, the TAGNOK bit must be reset by microprocessorthereby providing an interlock mechanism preventing the sequencer from sending status and command complete bytes prematurely until the microprocessor has had a chance to validate the queue tag.

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In SCSI-2, commands without queue tags cannot be queued. If when the sequencer reaches location 24h see FIG. The send good status instruction is a relatively simple operation and therefore is carried out by the "instruction state machine". As a result, microprocessor is alerted via microprocessor interface portion that the sequencer has completed execution of the SCSI command. When disconnected, the SCSI bus can be used by other devices on the bus. The microprocessor can then later set up the SCSI Adaptec 7110i portion to reconnect to the SCSI bus and send the status byte and the command complete message byte.

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Not only does the SCSI interface portion of the disk controller integrated circuit proceed from the command bus phase to the data transfer bus phase without waiting for a communication from the microprocessor for commands determined to be autowrite commands, but the SCSI interface portion also proceeds from the command bus phase to the data transfer bus phase without waiting for a communication from the microprocessor for commands called "ESP commands". For purposes of the specific embodiment, the term "autotransfer" encompasses both autowrite commands and autoread commands. The ordinary autowrite command described above is one type of autowrite command and the ESP read command is one type of autoread command.

The ESP write command is a specialized type of autowrite command. Assume that initiator is reading a sequence of blocks of data at sequential logical Adaptec 7110i addresses from target using a corresponding sequence of SCSI read commands. If it were possible for the target to determine that the next read command is the next of the sequence of read commands, then the appropriate data could be loaded into buffer memory and the buffer manager portion could be set up to provide that data before the read command is received. As a result, response time of the target to the anticipated read command would be decreased when the anticipated read command is actually received because the buffer manager portion would be configured and ready beforehand.

In accordance with an embodiment of the present invention, microprocessor determines that the next command from a given initiator is likely to be a command having a given logical block address.


The received command is then Adaptec 7110i to determine if it is an ESP command. Assume now that the initiator were to attempt to write ten blocks of data into ten sequential logical block addresses. The initiator may choose to do this with one autowrite command having a transfer length of ten and a starting logical block address of X. If autowrite and ESP are both enabled, the SCSI interface portion is able to distinguish between writes of contiguous data and writes of non-contiguous data. If the second write command is determined to be an ESP command, then the data of Adaptec 7110i second write command can be written into buffer memory starting at a location which is contiguous with the locations of previously written data of the first write command.

If, on the other hand, the second write command is determined not to be an ESP command, then the data of the second write command can be written into other locations in the buffer memory which are not contiguous with previously written data of the first write command. Distinguishing such contiguous data and non-contiguous data aids in buffer management because all of such contiguous data may be later written at once Adaptec 7110i buffer memory Adaptec 7110i one area of disk without intermittent seeking.

Storing all this contiguous data Adaptec 7110i buffer memory at contiguous locations therefore simplifies the subsequent reading of buffer memory by the buffer management portion In accordance with the illustration in FIG. The signals allow the buffer manager portion to prepare for contiguous or non-contiguous reads or writes of data. As mentioned above, the SCSI sequencer block comprises six basic parts: The "instruction state machine" is a state machine for carrying out simple sequencer operation codes and is denoted "s- ins" in the VHDL code of microfiche Appendix B.

The Adaptec 7110i in turn comprises: It is to be understood, however, that all embodiments in accordance with the present Adaptec 7110i need not be partitioned in the particular way described and that the specific partitioning presented here is merely illustrative of one possible embodiment of a sequencer block. In operation of the specific embodiment, the "s- seq", "s- seqsel" and the "sequencer memory" operate together so that the sequencer state machine steps through the instructions in the sequencer memory by branching to the appropriate locations. After reaching a new sequencer memory location, the s- seq sequencer state machine signals the s- ins "instruction state machine" to handle the operation indicated by the sequencer operation code at the new location.

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If the operation indicated is a relatively simple operation, the s- ins "instruction state machine" carries out the operation itself. If, on the other hand, the operation indicated is relatively complex, the s- ins "instruction state machine" initiates one Adaptec 7110i the other state machines the "CDB parsing state machine", the "receive ID tag instruction state machine" or the "send ID tag instruction state machine" to carry out the operation. After the operation of the current sequencer operation code has been carried out, the "instruction state machine" s- ins has fulfilled its function and therefore signals the sequencer state machine s- seq to continue. The sequencer state machine Adaptec 7110i determines which location in sequencer memory to proceed to next.

After reading the sequencer instruction, the sequencer outputs an instruction go INSGO signal to the s- ins "instruction state machine". After the s- ins "instruction state machine" has completed the operation indicated by the sequencer operation code, the s- ins "instruction state machine" outputs an instruction done INSDONE signal to the sequencer so that the sequencer can continue to its next state.


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