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SCSI chainA group of SCSI peripherals daisy chained together. The cable goes from the host adapter into device #1, then from #1 to #2 and so on. See SCSI.
|A "Scuzzy" Chain|
|The advantage of the earlier parallel SCSI was that several peripherals could be daisy chained to one host adapter, taking only one slot in the bus.|