> >happen. For starters, Linux devices don't have to be forced to
> >all be sitting on the SCSI bus. You could use standard Linux
> >device names (i.e. /dev/hdc or /dev/scd0). And you could still
> >send all the SCSI/ATAPI packet commands you want to the device
> >that was selected using the CDROM_SEND_PACKET ioctl.
> For a starter, it is easier to understand the SCSI concept of
> addressing than to understand the Linux concept. In addition,
> the SCSI addressing concept can be used on different platforms
The traditional SCSI concept of addressing is not compatible
with SAN style hardware, like iscsi or large fibre channel
-- Bravely reimplemented by the knights who say "NIH".
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