SCSI

[ US /ˈskʊˌzi/ ]
NOUN
  1. interface consisting of a standard port between a computer and its peripherals that is used in some computers
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How To Use SCSI In A Sentence

  • It turns out that I have no system with a wide, single-ended SCSI controller, which is what the tape drive needs. July 29th, 2006
  • A set of fully tested features, such as multipath I/O, multiple connections and remote boot, is now available for iSCSI management. SearchDataCenter: IT infrastructure news
  • In order for the configuration to run at Ultra 160 SCSI speeds, there can be no single-ended devices attached to the bus.
  • It also reads floppy disk, Zip, Jaz, MO, IDE, and SCSI drives.
  • This standard defines the rules for exchanging information between SCSI devices using a serial interconnect.
  • It is an 80 pin connector that is designed for drives that plug into a SCSI backplane.
  • The iSCSI volume can be partitioned, named and formatted like a normal disk drive.
  • * ", ENV {ID_PATH} = =" pci-0000: 00: 12. 0-scsi-1: 0: 0: 0 ", SYMLINK+ =" dvdrw ", LinuxQuestions.org
  • New designs for single-ended devices should use the UltraSCSI speed for transferring data.
  • A hardware provider is usually a storage provider, like SANRAD Iscsi V-Switch, which creates and maintains snapshots at the storage hardware level.
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