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Re: sector alignment for DataOut PDUs?
>>>>> "Sajay" == Sajay Selvaraj <email@example.com> writes: Sajay> The sender should definitely avoid sending less data than the Sajay> negotiated value of unsolicited data length when more data is Sajay> available to be sent. Sajay> However, the total data length available to be sent itself Sajay> could be lesser than the negotiated value. This suggests that Sajay> while we should mandate the receiver to accept anything less Sajay> than the negotiated value, we should not force the initiator Sajay> to send exactly the same value as the negotiated value. In Sajay> other words, we cannot "forbid the sender sending less than Sajay> the negotiated value". I'm for the first option suggested by Sajay> Paul. Sajay, My comments were meant in the context of the case that the spec describes: " when the total data amount to be sent by a command is larger than the negotiated amount". So I abbreviated a bit. The more precise statement would be "one is to forbid the sender sending less than the negotiated unsolicited data length or the total I/O length, whichever is smaller". paul
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