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Re: ISCSI: [Q] connection timeout?
Luben, iSCSI does not define the absolute timeout value to be used for assuming a transport connection timeout. That's left to implementations. Regarding your second question, the only option is to unceremoniously terminate the FFP connection. State transition description for T15 in chapter 6 of rev10 details this case. Once the connection enters the CLEANUP_WAIT as a result of this, the DefaultTime2Wait/DefaultTime2Retain timeouts come into picture. Please refer to the new proposed text that I posted to the list earlier today. Regards. -- Mallikarjun Mallikarjun Chadalapaka Networked Storage Architecture Network Storage Solutions Organization Hewlett-Packard MS 5668 Roseville CA 95747 ----- Original Message ----- From: Luben Tuikov To: iSCSI Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2002 2:33 PM Subject: ISCSI: [Q] connection timeout? If T/I gets half a PDU, what is the timeout on the active socket of the connection? What should be done after such [data read from socket] timeout? -- Luben
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