how do i identify the version of SCSI that my disk supports

sathees psuganya at
Fri Mar 13 23:29:33 PDT 2009

Daisuke Aoyama wrote:
>>>>Hi.. I want to know the version of SCSI that my disk supports.. how can
>>>>know that by using the command.. I have used the INQUIRY but still i 
>>>>find the version from the version descriptor because the
>>>>for this field is zero
>>> Did you see VERSION field (offset 2 of standard inquiry data)?
>>> ya i have seen that field .. the version field is set to 03h which i
>>> decoded as SPC. But i want to know which version od SAS that my device
>>> supports..Can you give me a hint
> I don't know why you need version of SAS.
> I think it is transport and physical interconnect specification.
> Do you need physical port access to the unit?
> I'm sorry, I don't have information about it.
> --
> Daisuke Aoyama
> thanks for your reply
> I have got a hint from you...
> I will try..:handshake:
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