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comp.arch.storage FAQ 2/2
Section - [8.1.7] Third Party Transfers/Separation of Control & Data Paths {Brief}

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From: (Device) Interfaces

SCSI-2 has commands that support third-party copying of data; one
initiator tells device A to copy to device B. I don't know of any
devices actually using this.

Separation of control & data paths is a popular topic these days; can
somebody comment on whether or not SCSI-3 supports this? I don't think
so. (SHMO)

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