SCSI Command Operation Codes
The first byte of a SCSI Command Descriptor Block contains an operation codes that specifies the command that the application client is requesting the device server perform. Descriptions of the assigned operation code values and the commands they represent are organized in tables that are sorted numerically based on the operation code value or alphabetically based on the command name associated with the operation code. An explanation of the operation code table format is available if you are unfamiliar with these tables.
Hyper-Text Format Tables
The operation code tables are available in hyper-text format. Included in the hyper-text are text links that speed the process of locating operation code values of interest. The following hyper-text operation code tables are available:
Plain Text Format Tables
The operation code tables are available in an ASCII plain text format. The ASCII plain text is suitable for FTP transfer to your computer, printing, and local editor inspection. The following ASCII plain text operation code tables are available:
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