SCSI chain


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SCSI chain

A 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.
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In the event termpower is lost, the MegaRAID Bus Extender issues a SCSI reset command and then electrically disconnects the two buses to prevent unwanted disturbances from affecting the remainder of the SCSI chain.
SuperSCSI includes SuperInstall for automatic installation and configuration of AdvanSys SCSI devices, and SuperView, an interactive graphical user interface which allows users to see the status of all devices on the SCSI chain and provides on-screen conflict resolution.
The ABP940-UW 'intelligent software' comprises SuperInstall for automatic installation and configuration of AdvanSys SCSI devices, and SuperView, an interactive graphical user interface which allows users to see the status of all devices on the SCSI chain.
SuperSCSI also features "Intelligent View," an intuitive, interactive graphical user interface, which allows users to quickly view the status of all devices on the SCSI chain.