about the language thing J.
this is already acceptable since there is not anything in the draft that says
one can’t send text with a Login Response with Status-Class non-zero.
T->I Login Response, Status-Class=2, DataSegmentLength=30, DataSegment=X-CSG
be acceptable under the specification?
From: Julian Satran
Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2002
To: Eddy Quicksall
Cc: ips@ece. cmu. edu (E-mail)
Subject: Re: iSCSI: error text
Eddy - nice thought - there are
vendor keys for that - If you ask me to add them as part of the standard - I
will do it in HEBREW Julo
To: Julian Satran/Haifa/IBM@IBMIL,
"ips@ece. cmu. edu (E-mail)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: iSCSI: error text
It would be nice if we could send some error
text in the Login Response when the Status-Class is non zero.
Since so many things fit
into Initiator Error, that would allow anyone looking at an analyzer to see the
The text would not be
defined by the spec but would be defined only by the target and would not be
interpreted by anything other than a person trying to diagnose the problem.