I have following question:
Does Linux support SCSI target mode drivers and if yes for which SCSI
In the spec. SCSI was also inteded for the interconnection of computer
systems and not only for internal PC usage.
There are actually two problems that are currently not supported by SCSI
1. When I tried to become initiator (on home build DSP emulation of a
tape drive) on the SCSI bus and send data to another targen (HD) the
AHA2940 got so irritatated that it crashed. I heared that also for cache
coherency all data has first to go via CPU memory and then to its
Things get worse if two machines need to be coupled via two AHA2940. If
one resets the bus the other rescans the bus, ...
Only solution to my knowledge: implement a target driver youself which
definitely is no easy task. Maybe these drivers already exist in source
or also a comercially available product. Both things would be of
interest to me.
Hopefully I get some feedback (please mention for which adapter).
Till the next hack,