The Programmer's Guide to SCSI

Brian Sawert

Anno: 1998
Rilegatura: Mixed media product
Pagine: 320 p.
Testo in English
  • EAN: 9780201185386
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The Programmer's Guide to SCSI offers a concise tutorial and reference to the Small Computer Systems Interface (SCSI), the standard interface for high-performance computer peripherals. Geared specifically for programmers who are writing drivers or creating applications that support SCSI devices, this book presents comprehensive SCSI hardware and software information within the context of software development. It will help you find your way through this complex topic and ease your learning curve by providing expert advice, tips, and techniques for more effective SCSI programming. The Programmer's Guide to SCSI covers both high- and low-level programming topics.Specifically, you will find coverage of: *SCSI in general, including an explanation of its design philosophy, evolution, and transaction model *SCSI-2 features, including faster transfers, wider data paths, and other specialized capabilities *SCSI-3, including Fast-20 and Fast-40 SCSI, serial SCSI, fibre channel, P1394, and plug-and-play SCSI *The Advanced SCSI Programming Interface (ASPI) and the ASPI32 extensions under Windows 95 andWindows NT *The Windows NT built-in SCSI Pass-Through Interface *Low-level programming using SCRIPTS *SCSI target mode programming *SCSI support under different UNIX implementations *SCSI debugging and troubleshooting In addition, this book develops an ASPI class library and uses it to create a SCSI snooper application under Windows. The library can also be extended for use in your own projects. This book's clear presentation of SCSI eliminates wading through densely packed hardware documentation and lets you approach the topic with better direction to gain a fuller understanding. 0201185385B04062001