RE: SCSI expert needed

From: Baltissen, GJPAA (Ruud) <>
Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2011 12:49:14 +0100
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Hallo Peter,

> so you first need to ask the device about what it
> is (12 INQUIRY)

The 90x0 uses the "six command bytes" mode only. Knowing that I was able
to trace all possible commands send by the Disk Controller to the SASI
board. 12 isn't one of them. 

I found all the codes so far the 90x0 uses. One of them is $E3 and that
one is the exception; all others have the $0x format. The only
explanation is that the group code is %111 and the opcode %00011. But I
also have the command $03. What is the difference? Still a lot of
research has to be done.....

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