Thursday, March 3, 2011
Weak current College】 【SAN special terminology details (7)】.
SoIP (IP network SCSI interface)
SONET (synchronous optical network): a optical fibre network standard that provides the flexibility of modular components and the payload map.
Specialcharacter (special characters): a 10-bit characters, no corresponding 8-bit values, but is still considered valid values that represent a transfer Word is an ordered set of bits. It is the only one that may contain a continuous 5 x 1 or 5 0 characters.
SRM (storage resource management): on the disk volume, and file resources management.
Stealthmode (hijacking mode): some switches use QuickLoop program to obtain with Brocade switch similar work characteristics, this method is called hijacking mode.
Storage (storage): a device used to store data, such as a disk or tape
Store-and-forward (storage): a device used to store data, such as a disk or tape
Striping (disk stripe): a RAID technology, file split into blocks written to multiple disks, with parity, or without parity.
Switch (switch): a framework for equipment, for each port provides full bandwidth and pass the link-layer address to achieve high-speed data routing.
SWL (shortwave fibre): connector colour coding is black, 850 mm laser-based, support 1.0625 Gigabit/sec link speed.
T11 (T11 Standards Committee): a standard Committee, dedicated to the central computer to send and receive data in standard setting.
Tachyon from HP developed a chip that can be used for a variety of devices, integrated in a chip to have FC-0 FC-2.
Target (storage): Fibre Channel network to a disk array, or tape drive.
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol): the Internet standard protocol group Telnet TCP/IP-based virtual terminal remotely.
Tenancy (link to rent): network device on the arbitrated loop of temporary occupation, for data transmission.
Timeserver (time server): a optical fibre channel service, you can manage all timer
Topology (topology): the network equipment of the physical or logical layout.
TPC (third-party copy): a tape backup Protocol, without the need to consume server resources.
Transceiver (third-party copy): a tape backup Protocol, without the need to consume server resources.
Translativemode (transfer mode): allows a public device with special equipment to communicate across schema.
Transmissioncharacter (transfer characters): fibre channel in continuous transmission of valid or invalid characters.
Transmissionword (transfer characters): fibre channel in continuous transmission of valid or invalid characters.
Trap (trap): simple network management protocol is a mechanism through which the proxy mechanism to manage send significant event notifications.
TTL (lifetime): an entry in the cache lifetime.
Tunneling (tunneling): a transfer of data between different network technologies, application: source host and the destination host's network to the same type, the forwarding network for other types.
U_Port (tunneling): a transfer of data between different network technologies, application: source host and the destination host's network to the same type, the forwarding network for other types.
ULP (layer protocol), used for fibre channel media and FC-4 agreement between layers. Representative has a SCSI, IP, HiPPI and IPI Protocol.
Unicast (layer protocol), used for fibre channel media and FC-4 agreement between layers. Representative has a SCSI, IP, HiPPI and IPI Protocol.
VAR (value-added resellers)
VCSEL (vertical surface laser transmitter): an improved, more reliable laser transmitter.
Virtualcircuit (virtual circuit): N_Port port between a one-way channel, allows several transmission with full bandwidth.
WAN (wide area network)
World-WideName for schema node and port of a 64-bit registered identifier. The identifiers are globally unique.
Zoning (district): schema for switches or hubs feature that allows the nodes of the node name, the physical port or node address for the node to be fragmented.