Anatomy of the Linux SCSI Subsystem
Nov 20, 2007, 05:30 (4 Talkback[s])
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"GNU/Linux and SCSI are a natural pair because they both have
similar characteristics in their respective environments. GNU/Linux
is a secure and reliable operating system that runs non-stop. SCSI
is the obvious choice for reliable and high-performance storage.
Both are also open source. You can download and read the various
SCSI specifications from the T10 Technical Committee of the
International Committee on Information Technology Standards
(INCITS). Similarly, you can download the GNU/Linux source to
understand their implementations. Each dominate in their respective
industries, so it's not surprising that GNU/Linux supports SCSI
better than any other operating system out there..."