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RE: iSCSI - started countdown to 11
Comments in text.
The language in A.1 should be changed from the most recent change. Two things
on the changes -
1. We should have a MAY instead of (the now lower case) should to
indicate the agreement reached - or worst case delete the sentence.
+++ the text reflects the currecnt agreement - the lower case should indicates a standard MAY with the performance warning that appears elswhere. I could add the MAY but that would make the text even less readable
2. The last sentence in the first para - newly added & repititive (last
sentence in previous paragraph) -
(in my opinion) tries to get around the agreement. It should either
be deleted, or changed to "some receiver implementation will provide
(significantly) better performance when the sender inserts markers" or
"some receiver implementations may provide degraded performance
to senders which do not insert markers". I prefer that we just not add it.
You have something like that in the previous paragraph anyway.
+++ OK - I just forgot that I have it in this part. I will delete the previous appearance.+++
One comment on what was not changed -
1. The last sentence in the para before A.1 - "in certain environment, a
sender ...." - I would suggest be changed to "in certain implementation, ...".
As the behavior is more implementation dependent.
+++ That is incorrect. Evironment includes implementation and other factors like RTT.
Where RTT is very small framming won't buy you much. Where RTT is large they will.
We reached a compromise on keeping it in the main draft and making
it a MAY. I hope we can keep that spirit.
+++ That is what I did and I may add the MAY - explicitly if that helps. +++
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Julian Satran
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2002 8:05 AM
Subject: iSCSI - started countdown to 11
I've put on my site a "working" version of the draft labeled 10-90.
Only the pdf version (with change bars vs. 10) is available.
I'll soon get out also a text version - without a TOC but otherwise usable.
Last updated: Sat Feb 23 02:18:05 2002
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