CDU-700_Unibus_SCSI_Oct89.pdf

CDU700

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UNIBUS SCS I HOST ADAPTER

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CDU700

INTELLIGENT

UNIBUS SCSI HOST ADAPTER

CMD TECHNOLOGY, INC.

1 Vanderbilt

Irvine, CA 92718

.( 7.14) . 454-0800

CDU-700 Rev 3.5

Oct. 18, 1989

FCC WARNING

This equipment generates, uses and can radiate ·radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the technical manual, may cause interference to radio communications.

It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a

Class

A computing device pursuant to Subpart

J of Part 15 of

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when operating in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference in which case the user at his own expense will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.

Copyright c 1988 CMD Technology

The information in this document is for information purpose and is subject to change without notice.

CMD Technology, Inc. assumes no responsiblilty for any error herein.

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CHAPTER 1

CHAPTER 2

CHAPTER

CHAPTER

3

4

CHAPTER 5

APPENDIX A

APPENDIX B

APPENDIX C

APPENDIX D

'rABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION ••••••••••••..•••.••••.•••••••••••. 4

CDU-700 SPECIFICATIONS •••.••••••••••••••••••.•• 5

2.1 Controller Specifications •••••••.••••• 5

INSTAL'LATION ••••.•••..•••.•.•••••••••••.•••••••

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3.1

3.1.1

3.1.2

3.1.3

3.1.4

3.1.5

3.1.6

3.1.7

3.1.8

CDU-700 Jumper Settings •••••••••••••.• 6

CSR Address Selection ••••••••••••••••. 6

SCSI Host Adapter ID Selection ••••••.• 8

SCSI Target ID Selection ••••••..•.•••• 8

SCSI Terminator Power Option ••••.•.•• 10

Tape Mode select ••..••••••••••••••••• 10

Tape Fast Search Option ••••••••.••••. 11

LED Indicators •••••.••••••.•••••••••• 11

Disk Auto Boot Selection "............. 11

3.2

3.2.1

3.3

3.4

CDU-700 Mounting Slot Selection •.•••• 16

NPG Non-Processor Grant Signal ••.•••• 16

DMA Burst Length and Dwell time •••••• 17

SCSI Bus Cabling and Termination ••••• 18

ON-BOARD UTILITY ••••••••.•.••••••••••••.••.••• 19

4.1

4.1.1

4.1.2

4.1.3

4.1.4

4.1.5

4.1.6

4.2

4.2.1

4.3

Disk Utility for CDU-700fM, CDU-700/TM 19

Configure LON Offset ••••••••••••••••• 20

Formatting a Drive ••.•••••••••••••••• 21

Qualifying a Drive ••••••••••••••••••• 22

Manual Replace Bad Sectors .••••.•••••• 22

Read, write and Verify Test ••••••••••• 23

Utility Bootstrap •••••••••••••••••••• 23

Tape utility for CDU-700fT, CDU-700/TM 24

Configure Tape LON Offset •••••.•••••• 25

ODT Utility ••••.••••••••••••••••••••• 26

SCSI INFORMATION ••••...•.•.•..••••••••••••••.• 31

5.1 SCSI Definitions •..•....•••••••••..•..•• 31

5.2 SCS I Commands ••••.•••.••••.••••••.••••• 32

5.3 SCSI Status ••••••.•••••••••••••.••••••• 33

5.4 SCSI Messages ••••.••.•••••••••••••••••• 33

5.5 SCSI Single-Ended Signals •••••••••••••• 34

CMD Technology Product Warranty ••••••••••••••• 3'5

Operating Systems Supported by CDU-700 •••••••• 36

SCSI Devices Supported by CDU-700 ••••••••••••• 37

30 CSR Addresses Supported by IC P70012C •••••• 38

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FIGURE 1

FIGURE 2

TABLE 1

LIST OF FIGURES

Jumper Block Location Diagram •••••••••••••••• 12

Non-Processor Grant (NPG) location ••••••••••• 16

LIST OF ~ABLES

Jumper Setting on the CDU-700 ••.••••••••••••• 13

3

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

CDU-700 UNIBUS SCSI TMSCP TAPE CONTROLLER

The CDU-700 is an intelligent hex-wide Unibus SCSI host which is fully compatible with the DEC Mass Storage

Protocol (MSCP) and the DEC Tape Mass Storage Control

(TMSCP) . adapter

Control

Protocol

The CDU-700 can be used with the PDP-11/84, PDP-11/70, PDP-11/44,

PDP 11/34, PDP 11/24, VAX 11/730, VAX 11/750, VAX 11/780, and other DEC computers with a UNIBUS. It supports RSX, RSTS, VMS,

UNIX, ULTRIX, DSM-11, and other operating systems which use the

DU/MU drivers.

The CDU-700 supports 16K bytes data buffer, command queuing, standard SCSI bus arbitration, disconnect and reconnect, and all required SCSI commands. Up to seven SCSI target devices (magnetic diskand tape) can be connected to CDU-700 with SCSI bus data transfer rate up to 2M bytes per second.

The CDU-700 has an on-board utility for users to configure and format drives, scan bad blocks and replace them automatically.

The logical unit number offset is stored in an on-board nonvolatile RAM (NOVRAM).

The CDU-700

~omes standard with an installation manual, and one year warranty.

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2.1

CHAPTER 2 CDU-700 SPECIFICATIONS

UNIBUS CONTROLLER SPECIFICATIONS:

Emulation DISK:

TAPE:

MSCP (DU driver)

TMSCP

(MU driver, same as TK50 and TUS1)

CSR Address:

CDU-700/M (Disk only)

IC P70011B (U54)

CDU-700/T (Tape only)

IC P70012B (U54)

772150, 760334, 760354,

760340, 760344, 760350,

~

774500, 760404, 760444,

760544, 760410, 760450,

760374,

760360

760504,

760454

Support 30 CSR, please see Appendix D IC P70012C (U54)

CDU-700/TM

(Disk and Tape)

IC P70013A (U54)

772150, 760334, 760354

774500, 760404, 760444

(Disk)

(Tape)

Interrupt Vector:

Command Queuing:

Data Buffer Capacity:

Bootstrap:

Formatting:

Software Supported:

Software Programmable

16 commands

16K bytes data buffer

Auto bootstrap or utility bootstrap

On-board format and bad block replacement

All standard DEC operating system that uses the DU/MU driver

Peripheral Interface:

Devices Supported:

Small Computer System Interface (SCSI)

Up to 7 SCSI devices

CDU-700/T 7 Tape Dives

CDU-700/M 7 Disk Drives

CDU-700/TM 4 Disk and 3 Tape Drives

System Performance:

SCSI Transfer Rate:

SCSI Bus Parity:

SCSI Driver/receiver:

SCSI Cable Length:

Support disconnect/reconnect

2MB/sec (maximun).

Odd parity

Single ended

Up to 20 ft (6 meter)

Operating Temperature: 5 C to 50 C

Relative Humidity:

Power Requirement:

10% to 90%, Non-condensing

+5V DC, 2.SA

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CHAPTER 3

INSTALLATION

3.1

3.1.1

CDU-700 Jumper Settings

CSR Address Selection

The CDU-700 has jumpers to select different CSR addresses.

Select the desired address by installing the jumper ,plugs. The standard address for the CDU-700/M is 772150. The standard address for the CDU-700/T is 774500.

A new IC P70012C has been installed at location U54 of the CDU-

700/T to support 30 tape CSR addresses. Only 8 CSR jumper settings are shown

in

the following table. Please refer to

Appendix D for the other 22 CSR jumper settings.

CSR Address

---------------------

Standard:

17774500

Second:

17760404

Third:

17760444

Forth:

Fifth:

17760504

17760544

Sixth:

17760410

Seventh:

Eighth:

17760450

17760454

W6

WI0 W7 W8 W9

-----------------------------------------

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

2-3

2-3 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 2-3

2-3 IN 1-2 IN ·2-3 IN 2-3 IN 2-3

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

1-2 IN 1-2

2-3 IN ·1-2 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2

2-3 IN 1-2 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN 1-2

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN

1-2

IN

IN

IN

IN

IN

IN

IN

IN

The old IC P70012B at location U54 of the CDU-700/T only supports

8 CSR addresses. The CSR jumper settings are the same as those shown in the above table.

The CSR jumper setting for the CDU-700/M (Disk only) with IC

P70011B at U54:

CSR Address W7 W8

W9

---------------------------------------------

Standard:

17772150

Second:

17760334

Third:

17760354

Forth:

17760374

Fifth:

17760340

Sixth:

17760344

Seventh:

Eighth:

17760350

17760360

1-2 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN 2-3 IN

1-2 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN

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The CSR jumper setting for the CDU-700/TM (Disk and Tape) with IC

P70013A at U54:

Tape CSR Address W7 we

---------------------

----------------

Standard: 17774500 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

Second: 17760404 2-3 IN 1-2 IN

Third:

Disable Tape

17760444 1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN

Disk CSR Address

--------------------

Standard: 17772150

Second:

Third:

Disable Disk

17760334

17760354

..

W9 W10

----------------

1-2 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN 2-3 IN

If users require other CSR addresses than listed, please cousult

CMD Technology.

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3.1.2 SCSI Bost Adapter (Initiator) ID Selection

Each device (Initiator or Target) on the SCSI bus requires an unique SCSI Identification address (0-7). SCSI ID 7 has the highest priority on the bus. SCSI ID 0 has the lowest priority on the bus. The SCSI Host Adapter of CDU-700 is factory configured to SCSI ID 7. To alter the Host Adapter SCSI ID, users need to change jumper setting of SWl-3, SWl-4 and SW1-S.

SW1-S

SWl-4 SWl-3

Initiator ID

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

~

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

Highest priority lowest priority

Note: Do not have more than one device on the SCSI bus with the same SCSI ID. The CDU-700 should always have a higher priority than the drives on the SCSI bus.

3.1.3 SCSI Target ID Selection

Each SCSI device on (Initator or Target) on the SCSI bus requires an unique SCSI 10. Since the CDU-700 SCSI host adapter requires the highest priority, i t is configured to SCSI ID 7. The SCSI ID of the target devices should be set from SCSI ID 0 to 6.

The COU-700/T supports 7 tape drives. drives should be configured as such:

COU-700/T Tape Drive SCSI ID

The SCSI 10 of the tape

VMS device name

First Tape

Second Tape

Third Tape

Forth Tape

Fifth Tape

Sixth Tape

Seventh Tape

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

MUAO

MUAl

MUA2

MUA3

MUA4

MUA5

MUA6

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The CDU-700/M supports 7 disk drives. drives should be configured as such:

CDU-700/M Disk Drive SCSI ID

The SCSI ID of the disk

VMS device name

First Disk

Second Disk

Third Disk

Forth Disk

Fifth Disk

Sixth Disk

Seventh Disk

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

DUAO

DUAl

DUA2

DUA3

DUA4

DUA5

DUA6

PUAP (CDU-700/M)

The CDU-700/TM supports 4 disk drives and 3 tape drives. The

SCSI ID of the disk and tape drives should be configured as such:

CDU-700/TM

SCSI ID

VMS device name

Disk:

Tape:

First Disk

Second Disk

Third Disk

Forth Disk

First Tape

Second Tape

Third Tape

4

5

6

7

0

1

2

3

DUAO

DUAl

DUA2

DUA3

MUAO

MUAl

MUA2

PUAO/PTAO (CDU-700/TM)

When connecting more than one device to the CDU-700, be sure that the SCSI Bus is terminated correctly. (see section of SCSI Bus termination.)

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3.1.4

SCSI Terminator Power Option

The CDU-700 supplies terminator power to the TERMPWR pin (pin 26) of SCSI connector (J3) through a diode and jumper block W4 for external SCSI drives. In order to prevent accidental grounding or misconnection of terminator power, no jumper shunt is installed in W4 location. To use this option, users should add a jumper shunt in W4 location. Please make sure that the pin 1 mark of

SCSI cable matches with the pin 1 mark of SCSI device's connector before turning on the system power.

W4

W4

OUT

IN

SCSI terminator power disabled

SCSI terminator power enabled

3.1.5

Tape Mode Select

The CDU-700/T will support ANSI variable mode tape format and fixed block mode format. The advantage of ANSI mode is media interchangeable. Tapes written by the CDU-700/T in ANSI variable mode tape format can be read by the SCSI host adapter of other computer systems that follow the ANSI format.

SW1-1

OFF

ON

ON

SWl-2

OFF

OFF

ON

TAPE FORMAT SELECT

Fixed Block Mode

ANSI Variable Mode but 'can read tapes written in Fixed Block Mode

ANSI Variable Mode

Configuration Chart:

EXABYTE Drive

GigaTrend DAT

Fujitsu 1/2 inch

Wangtek 1/4 inch

Archive 1/4 inch

Tandberg 1/4 inch

Caliper 1/4 inch

SW1-1

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

SWl-2

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Note: 1/4 inch tape streaming tape drives which does not support variable mode will be written in fix block mode even if the switch is is set to ANSI variable mode.

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3.1.6

Tape Fast Search Option

When set to the Tape Fast Search mode, the controller will enable high speed forward and reverse filernark search. VMS may use this mode if the user does not attempt a standalone boot or run other programs that require the-controller to keep track of the number of data records between filemarks. In VMS standalone boot application, this option need to be disabled. For the ISM-11 operating system, this switch need to be set to on position.

SWl-6 OFF

ON

Disable Tape Fast Search

Enable Tape Fast Search

3.1.7

LED Indicators

The CDU-700 has two LED's in the front of the board. The two LEDs are labeled LED1 and LED2.

LED COLOR

LED1 Red

LED2 Green

INDICATIONS

Error condition occured.

Power u~ OK and activity indicator. On power up, this LED is turned on when the CDU-700fT suceeds in the self-diagnostic testing. The LED blinks to show controller activity.

3.1.8

Auto-Boot Enable Selection

For PDP-11 disk users only, the CDU-700 may be set to provide an auto-bootstrap at 771000 or 773000 on power up or whenever the

"Boot" switch is pressed. The auto-bootstrap may be enabled by installing a jumper shunt in jumper block W5 pin 2 and pin 3.

W5

W6

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

Auto-Boot enabled

Auto-Boot disabled

Bootstrap address

Bootstrap address

=

771000

=

773000

If enabled, the bootstrap ROM at 771000 (or 773000) on the CDU-

700 will load the boot block to memory. The boot program then bootstraps the operating system. Please make sure that there is no existing boot ROM at that address selected by W6. The controller will only auto-boot DUO: at CSR 772150. To boot other devices use Utility boot. (see section on Utility Boot)

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Jumper Setting on the CDU-700

SW1-1

OFF

ON

ON

SWl-6

SWl-7

SWl-8

SWl-5

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

SW2

W3

W4

W4

SW1-2

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

TAPE RECORDING MODE SELECT

Fixed Block Mode

ANSI variable mode (Can read tapes written in Fixed Block Mode)

ANSI variable mode

Normal operation (F)

Enable Tape Fast Search

Reserved (F)

Reserved (F)

SWl-4

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

SWl-3

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

Initiator ID

4

3

2

7 CnU-700

(F)

6

5

1

0

OFF All Reserved (F)

(Set at Factory)

OUT

IN

SCSI terminator power disabled (F)

SCSI terminator power enabled

FOR CDU-700/T

W5 1-2 IN Reserved (F)

-----------------------------------------------------------------

FOR CDU-700/M, CDU700/TM

W5

2-3

IN

1-2 IN

Auto-Boot Enabled

Auto-Boot Disabled (F)

W6

2-3

IN

Bootstrap address =

771000 (F)

1-2

IN

Bootstrap address

=

773000

-----------------------------------------------------------------

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CDU-700/T Tape Only with Ie P70012C at U54:

Please refer to Appendix D for the other 22 CSR jumper settings.

W6 W10 W7 W8 W9 CSR Address of PDP-II

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

. 2-3 IN Standard CSR: 17774500 (F)

2-3 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN Second CSR: 17760404

2-3 IN 1-2 IN

1-2 IN

2-3 IN 2-3 IN Third CSR:

2-3 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN

Forth eSR:

17760444

17760504

2-3 IN

1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

Fifth eSR:

2-3 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN

Sixth CSR:

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN

Seventh CSR:

2-3 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN

Eighth CSR:

17760544

17760410

17760450

17760454

The old IC P70012B at location U54 of the CDU-700/T only supports

8 eSR addresses.

The jumper settings are the same as those shown above.

CDU-700/M Disk only with IC P70011B at U54:

W7 we

W9 eSR Address

1-2 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN 2-3 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN 1-2 IN

1-2 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

WI0

1-2 IN Reserved

Standard CSR: 17772150

(F)

Second CSR: 17760334

Third CSR:

Forth CSR:

Fifth CSR:

Sixth CSR:

17760354

17760374

17760340

17760344

Seventh CSR:

Eighth CSR:

17760350

17760360

-----------------------------------------------------------------

CDU-700/TM Tape and Disk with IC P70013A at U54:

W7 we

CSR Address

1-2 IN

1-2 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN

Tape Standard CSR:

17774500 (F)

Tape Second CSR:

17760404

Tape Third

CSR:

17760444

Disable Tape

W9

WI0

CSR Address

1-2 IN

1-2 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN

2-3 IN

Disk Standard CSR: 17772150 (F)

Disk Second CSR:

17760334

Disk Third CSR: 17760354.

2-3 IN

2-3 IN Disable Disk

-----------------------------------------------------------------

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Wll

2-3 IN

2-3 IN

1-2

IN

W12

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

1~2

IN

1 word per DMA burst (F Tape)

2 words per DMA burst

4 words per DMA burst (F Disk)

W13

1-2 IN

2-3 IN

4 uS dwell time between DMA (F Disk)

2 uS dwell time between DMA (F Tape)

Note: (F) means factory setting.

Note: J4 connector is used for in house diagnostic only.

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3.2 COU-700 Mounting Slot Selection

The CDU-700 can be installed in any priority on the standard PDP-

11 Unibus SPC backplane. The CDU-700 is a DMA device and requires the Nonprocessor Grant (NPG) jumper on the SPC card slot in which the controller is being installed be removed. It is recommended that the

CDU-700 be placed in front of other devices on the Unibus except when there is an Ethernet controller which should go first.

3.2.1 NPG Non-Processor Grant Signal

The NPG signal jumper is located-at pins CAl to CBl on the Unibus backplane. Figure 2 is a DDll-DK nine-slot backplane seen from the rear.

To locate the

NPG jumper do the following:

From the rear of the backplane locate the card slot in which the board is to be installed. Note: Each card slot is 4 pins wide.

Locate the C socket and then locate the pins CAl and CBl. Remove the jumper wire between the two pins.

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3.3 DMA Burst Length and Dwell Time

The Busrt Length determines how many words the COU-700 transfers by OMA during each NPR. The Dwell time is the time the COU-700 waits before i t requests for another NPR.

Wll W12

2-3 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN

1 word per NPR

2 words per NPR

4 words per NPR

W13

1-2 IN

2-3 IN

4 micro second dwell time

2 micro second dwell time

Factory Settings:

COU-700/T

1 word per NPR, 2 micro second dwell time

COU-700/M, CDU-700/TM

4 words per NPR,

4 micro second dwell time

IMPORTANT: If the CDU-700 is installed in a VAX BI unibus (VAX

8350, 8750, etc) the setting must be 1 word per NPR and 2 micro second dwell time. Data compare errors will occur on the VAX BI

Unibus if the throughput is set to more than the BI unibus adapter can handle. On the POP-II and Non-BI VAX (VAX-730, 750,

780, and others) Unibus the user may set the controller to

4 words per NPR and 4 micro second Dwell time.

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3.4 SCSI Bus Cabling and Termination

The CDU-700 provides a 50-pin connector (J3), to interface with external SCSI devices.

When the CDU-700 and the external SCSI drives are installed in the same cabinet which meets EMI/RFI shielding requirements, a

50-conductor flat cable or 25-signal twisted-pair cable can be used for connecting the CDU-700 (J3) and the external SCSI drives

When the CDU-700 and the external SCSI drives are installed in seperated cabinets, the shielded SCSI cable should be used to meet FCC requirements.

Note'that a minimum conductor size of 28AWG shall be employed to minimize noise effects and ensure proper distribution of optional terminator power. The maximum cable length is 6.0 meters or 20 feet in single ended mode.

.

The SCSI bus signals should be terminated with 220 ohms to +5 volts and 330 ohms to ground at each end of the cable. The CDU-

700 provides on-board removable terminators (RN7,RN8,RN10), which are next to the connector Jl. Therefore, the CDU-700 can be installed in any position of the SCSI cable. If the CDU-700 is installed at either end of SCSI cable, the on-board SCSI bus terminators should remain on the board. Otherwise, the on-board

SCSI bus terminators should be removed.

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4.1

CHAPTER 4

ON-BOARD UTILITY

Disk Utility for the CDU-700/M, CDU-700/TM

The CMD Technology Utility Program provides a convenient means of formatting and configuring the drive and configuring the logical unit number offset. The utility program can be started by means of an ODT command. For Example:

PDP-l1/24 SYSTEMS

1. Hit the Boot Switch.

2. Halt the processor.

3. 17772152/004400 123456

<CR> iDEPOSIT

123456

TO

i

CSR BASE ADDRESS

+

2

4.

17772152/001000 100

<CR>

5. 5000G

iDEPOSIT i

100 TO

CSR BASE ADDRESS + 2

;5000 and a G iThe Utility program iwill begin executing.

Note that the address shown in step 3 is equal to the CSR address selected by jumper

W7 and we plus 2.

PDP-11/34 SYSTEMS

1.

2.

Enter ODT mode

From the terminal type

L 772152 <CR>

D

123456 <CR>

3.

L 772152

D

100

4.

L

5000

S

<CR>

<CR>

<CR>

<CR>

·

·

DEPOSIT

123456

TO

CSR BASE ADDRESS +

2

·

DEPOSIT

100

TO

CSR BASE ADDRESS

+ 2

·

·

·

5000 and a S

The Utility program will begin executing.

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For the CDU-700/M, the utility will display:

CMD TECHNOLOGY UTILITY PROGRAM

COPYRIGHT 1987, CMD TECHNOLOGY, INC.

SELECT CSR ADDRESS

1

=

772150

2

3

4

5

=

760334

=

760354

=

760374

=

760340

6

=

760344

7 = 760350

8 =

760360

WHICH CSR

#

;The user will then

;select the number which

;matches with the CSR

;address selected by

;jumpers W7, W8, W9

For the CDU-700/TM, the utility will display:

CMD TECHNOLOGY UTILITY PROGRAM

COPYRIGHT 1987, CMD TECHNOLOGY, INC.

SELECT CSR ADDRESS

1

=

772150

2

=

760334

3

=

760354

4

=

774500 (TAPE)

5

=

760404 (TAPE)

6

=

760444 (TAPE)

WHICH CSR # iThe user will then iselect the number which jmatches with the CSR iaddress selected by ijumpers W7,W8,W9,W10

4.1.1

Configure LON Offset

LUN Offset: For LSI-11 systems, each MSCP drive requires a different Logical Unit Number. If there are no other MSCP controllers in the system, then the LUN offset number

is

0

(Drive 0 will be LUN 0, and Drive 1 will be LUN 1). If there exists another MSCP controller with 4 LUN units

(0' to 3), then the

LUN offset should be 4. In this case Drive 0 will be

LUN 4 and Drive 1 will be LUN 5. Normally, when the CDU-700

is

used in

VMS operating system, the LUN Offset should remain as factory setting (LUN=O).

The operator now has 6 options to choose from. To specify or to check the configuration of a drive, the operator types

If at any time the operator types

in

a 2.

in

a ctrl C, the command is aborted and the utility program returns to the main menu. If the operator types in <CR> with no value, then the parameters will remain unchange.

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In order to store any changes permanently, the user must give the correct password. The password is CMD.

MAIN MENU

1

2

3

4

5

6

=

BOOT DRIVE

=

CONFIGURE LUN OFFSET

=

FORMAT DRIVE

=

QUALIFY DRIVE

=

MANUAL REPLACE BAD SECTORS

=

READ, WRITE AND VERIFY TEST

SELECT OPTION:

2

PRESENT LUN OFFSET

=

0, ENTER NEW VALUE:

SAVE NEW CONFIGURATION (Y or N)? Y

ENTER PASSWORD: CMD

COMPLETE.

4.1.2

Format Drive

Formatting a drive will rewrite all the sectors on the drive. In this option, the CDU-700 issues Format Unit Command to the selected SCSI disk drive and requests i t to map out the defects on the Manufacture Defect List (MDL). It is recommended to use qualify drive option after formatting the drive. In order to format or qualify the drive, the correct password is needed. The password is CMD.

1 =

2

BOOT DRIVE

=

CONFIGURE LUN OFFSET

3

4

=

FORMAT DRIVE

=

QUALIFY DRIVE

5

=

MANUAL REPLACE BAD SECTORS

6

=

READ, WRITE AND VERIFY TEST

SELECT OPTION: 3

ENTER DRIVE NUMBER <0 TO 6>: 0

***

WILL DESTROY DATA ON DRIVE 0, ARE YOU SURE? Y

ENTER PASSWORD: CMD

WAIT ..•..

COMPLETE.

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4.1.3 Qualify Drive

The qualify program will write different patterns into the drive and then verify the pattern. If there is any bad sector, the sector will be automatically replaced.

To ensure a defect free drive, the qualify program should be run at least 10 passes.

1

2

3

4

5

6

=

BOOT DRIVE

=

CONFIGURE LUN OFFSET

=

FORMAT DRIVE

=

QUALIFY DRIVE

=

MANUAL REPLACE BAD SECTORS

=

READ, WRITE AND VERIFY TEST

SELECT OPTION: 4

ENTER PASSWORD: CMD

QUALIFY DRIVE # <0 TO 6>: 0

***

WILL DESTROY DATA ON THIS DRIVE, ARE YOU SURE?

QUALIFY LOOP 1

TO ABORT, ENTER

~C

( CONTROL C).

4.1.4 Manual Replace Bad Sectors

This program allows user to replace bad sectors found in the future.

1 = BOOT DRIVE

2 = CONFIGURE LUN OFFSET

3

=

FORMAT DRIVE

4

=

QUALIFY DRIVE

5

=

MANUAL REPLACE BAD SECTORS

6

=

READ, WRITE AND VERIFY TEST

SELECT OPTION: 5

ENTER PASSWORD: CMD

ENTER DRIVE NUMBER <0 TO 6>: 0

REPLACE LOGICAL BLOCK NUMBER? XXXXXX

REPLACE LOGICAL BLOCK XXXXXX. ARE YOU SURE? Y

--REPLACED--

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4.1.5

Read, Write and Verify Test

This option allows user to test the integrity of the controller board, drive cable and disk drive. The program will generate random data patterns for testing.

4

5

6

1

2

3

=

BOOT DRIVE

=

CONFIGURE LUN OFFSET

=

FORMAT DRIVE

=

QUALIFY DRIVE

=

MANUAL REPLACE BAD SECTORS

=

READ

I

WRITE AND VERIFY TEST

SELECT OPTION: 6

RANDOM READ WRITE TEST

DO YOU WANT READ ONLY ? <Y OR N>

ENTER PASSWORD: CMD

DRIVE NUMBER <0 TO 6>:

0

***

WILL DESTROY DATA ON THIS DRIVE, ARE YOU SURE?

TEST FROM BLOCK

#

<O-XXXXX> ?

TO BLOCK # <XXXXX-YYYYY> ?

TESTING STARTED. TYPE CTRL-C TO ABORT.

4.1.6

Utility Bootstrap

To bootstrap the operating system on drive 0 to 6, just select option 1 from MAIN MENU.

1

2

3

4

5

6

=

BOOT DRIVE

=

CONFIGURE LUN OFFSET

=

FORMAT DRIVE

=

QUALIFY DRIVE

=

MANUAL REPLACE BAD SECTORS

=

READ, WRITE AND VERIFY TEST

SELECT OPTION: 1

BOOT DRIVE NUMBER <0 TO 6> 0

BOOT DUO. ARE YOU SURE? Y

WAIT ••.

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4.2 Tape Utility for the

CDU-700fT, CDU-700fTM

The utility program can be started by means of an ODT command.

For Example:

PDP-ll/24 SYSTEMS

1. Hit the Boot Switch.

2. Halt the processor.

3. 17774502/004700 123456 <CR>

iDEPOSIT

123456 TO

i CSR BASE ADDRESS

+

2

4. 17774502/001000 100 <CR>

5. 5000G iDEPOSIT 100 TO

i

CSR BASE ADDRESS

+

2

;5000 and a G iThe Utility program

;will begin executing.

Note that the address shown in step 3 is equal to the CSR address selected by jumper W7, wa, and W9 plus 2.

PDP-l1/34 SYSTEMS

1.

Enter DDT mode

2.

From the terminal type

L 774502 <CR>

D

123456 <CR>

3.

L 774502 <CR>

D 100 <CR>

4.

L 5000

S

<CR>

<CR>

;

·

,

DEPOSIT 123456 TO

; CSR BASE ADDRESS

DEPOSIT 100 TO

+

2

·

CSR BASE ADDRESS

+

2

;

5000 and a S

;

,

The Utility program

· will begin executing.

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For the CDU-700/T, the utility will display:

CMD TECHNOLOGY UTILITY PROGRAM

COPYRIGHT 1987, CMD TECHNOLOGY, INC.

SELECT CSR ADDRESS

1

=

774500

2 =

760404

3

=

760444

4

5

6

=

760504

=

760544

=

760410

7

=

760450

8 = 760454 iThe user will then iselect the number which

;matches with the CSR

;address selected by ijumpe~s

W7 we

WHICH CSR #

For the CDU-700/TM, the utility will display:

CMD TECHNOLOGY UTILITY PROGRAM

COPYRIGHT 1987, CMD TECHNOLOGY, INC.

SELECT CSR ADDRESS

1 =

2

772150

=

760334

3

=

760354

4

=

774500 (TAPE)

5

=

760404 (TAPE)

6

=

760444 (TAPE)

WHICH CSR #

;The user will then

;select the number which

;matches with the CSR iaddress selected by ijumpers W7,W8,W9,WI0

4.2.1

Configure Tape LUN Offset

LUN Offset: For PDP-II only, TMSCP requires that each TMSCP drive has a different Logical Unit Number. If there are no other

TMSCP controllers in your system, then the LUN offset number is 0

(Drive 0 will be LUN 0, and Drive 1 will be LUN 1). If there exists another TMSCP controller with 4 LUN units (0 to 3), then the LUN offset should be 4. In this case Tape Drive 0 will be LUN

4 and Tape Drive 1 will be LUN 5.

The operator now has 1 option to choose from. To configure the

LUN offset, the operator types in a 1. If at anytime the operator types in a ctrl C, the command is aborted and the utility program returns to the main menu. If the operator types in <CR> with no value, then the parameters will remain unchange.

In order to store any changes permanently, the user must give the correct password. The password is CMD.

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MAIN MENU

1

=

CONFIGURE LUN OFFSET

SELECT OPTION: 1

PRESENT

LUN

OFFSET

=

0, ENTER NEW VALUE:

SAVE NEW CONFIGURATION (Y or N)? Y

ENTER PASSWORD: CMD

COMPLETE.

4.3 ODT

Utility

When the CDU-700/M is used in VAX-11/730, 750, 780 systems, the

ODT utility

is

required to format or qualify a disk drive.

The addresses of IP and SA registers of CDU-700/M for VAX-11/730 and VAX-11/750 are listed in the following table.

OCTAL

ADDRESS

772150

772152

760334

760336

760354

760356

760374

760376

760340

760342

760344

760346

760350

760352

760360

760362

HEX

ADDRESS

FFF468

FFF46A

FFEODC

FFEODE

FFEOEC

FFEOEE

FFEOFC

FFEOFE

FFEOEO

FFEOE2

FFEOE4

FFEOE6

FFEOE8

FFEOEA

FFEOFO

FFEOF2

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The addresses of IP and SA registers of CDU-700/M for VAX-11/780 are listed in the following table.

OCTAL

ADDRESS

772150

772152

760334

760336

760354

760356

760374

760376

760340

760342

760340

760342

760350

760352

760350

760352

HEX

ADDRESS

FOR UBA 1

2013F468

2013F46A

2013EODC

2013EODE

2013EOEC

2013EOEE

2013EOFC

2013EOFE

2013EOEO

2013EOE2

2013EOE4

2013EOE6

2013EOE8

2013EOEA

2013EOFO

2013EOF2

HEX

ADDRESS

FOR UBA 2

2017F468

2017F46A

2017EODC

2017EODE

2017EOEC

2017EOEE

2017EOFC

2017EOFE

2017EOEO

2017EOE2

2017EOE4

2017EOE6

2017EOE8

2017EOEA

2017EOFO

2017EOF2

HEX

ADDRESS

FOR UBA 3

201BF468

201BF46A

201BEODC

201BEODE

201BEOEC

201BEOEE

201BEOFC

201BEOFE

201BEOEO

201BEOE2

201BEOE4

201BEOE6

201BEOE8

201BEOEA

201BEOFO

201BEOF2

HEX

ADDRESS

FOR UBA 4

201FF468

201FF46A

201FEODC

201FEODE

201FEOEC

201FEOEE

201FEOFC

201FEOFE

201FEOEO

201FEOE2

201FEOE4

201FEOE6

201FEOE8

201FEOEA

201FEOFO

201FEOF2

On a VAX-ll/730 or VAX-11/750, please follow the example to specify LUN offset, verify LUN offset, format a drive, or qualify a drive.

In this example, first CSR address is assumed.

4.3.1 Specify LUN Offset

»>

D/W/P FFF468 0

»>

D/W/P FFF46A A72E

»>

D

*

22

»>

D

*

0

4.3.2 Verify LUN Offset

»>

D/W/P FFF468 0

»>

D/W/P FFF46A A72E

»>

D

*

»>

E

*

23 jWRITE IP ANY VALUE jWRITE SA, ADDRESS=CSR+2 iWRITE SA WITH COMMAND jWRITE LUN OFFSET VALUE iWRITE IP ANY VALUE iWRITE SA, ADDRESS=CSR+2 iWRITE SA WITH COMMAND

iD1SPLAY

LUN OFFSET VALUE

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4.3.3 Format a Drive

»>

D/W/P FFF468

»>

D/W/P FFF46A

»>

D

»>

D

»>

D

»>

E

*

*

*

*

20

0

0 o

A72E

4.3.4 Qualify a Drive

»>

D/W/P

»>

D/W/P

»>

D

»>

D

»>

E

*

21

*

0

*

FFF468

FFF~6A o

A72E iWRITE IP ANY VALUE iWRITE SA, ADDRESS=CSR+2 iWRITE SA WITH COMMAND iSELECT DRIVE 0 iDRIVE SERIAL NUMBER iVALUE=20000, FORMATTING iVALUE=O,FORMAT COMPLETE iWRITE IP ANY VALUE iWRITE SA, ADDRESS=CSR+2 iWRITE SA ,WITH COMMAND iSELECT DRIVE 0 iSHOW CURRENT QUALIFY

iLOOP

COUNT

On a VAX-II/780, please follow the example to specify LUN offset, verify LUN offset, format a drive, or qualify a drive. In this example, first CSR address of UBA 1 is assumed.

4.3.5 Specify LUN Offset

»>

D/W/P 2013F468

»>

D/W/P 2013F46A

»>

D

»>

D

*

*

22

0 o

A72E

4.3.6 Verify LUN Offset

»>

DjW/P 2013F468

»>

D/W/P 2013F46A

»>

D

»>

E

*

*

23 o

A72E iWRITE IP ANY VALUE iWRITE SA, ADDRESS=CSR+2 iWRITE SA WITH COMMAND iWRITE LUN OFFSET VALUE iWRITE IP ANY VALUE iWRITE SA, ADDRESS=CSR+2 iWRITE SA WITH COMMAND iDISPLAY LUN OFFSET VALUE

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4.3.7 Format a Drive

»>

D/W/P 2013F468

»>

D/W/P 2013F46A

»>

D

»>

D

»>

D

»>

E

*

*

*

*

20

0

0 o

A72E

4.3.8 Qualify a Drive

»>

D/W/P 2013F468

»>

D/W/P 2013F46A

»>

D

* 21

»>

D

»>

E

*

*

0 o

A72E jWRITE

IP

ANY VALUE jWRITE SA, ADDRESS=CSR+2 jWRITE SA WITH COMMAND jSELECT DRIVE 0 jDRIVE SERIAL NUMBER jVALUE=20000, FORMATTING jVALUE=O,FORMAT COMPLETE jWRITE IP ANY VALUE jWRITE SA, ADDRESS=CSR+2 jWRITE SA WITH COMMAND jSELECT DRIVE 0 jSHOW CURRENT QUALIFY

jLOOP

COUNT

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CHAPTER 5

SOSI INFORMATION

5.1 SCSI DEFINITIONS:

Connect: The function that occurs when an initiator selects a target to start an operation.

Disconnect: The function that occurs when a target release control of the SCSI bus, allowing i t to go to the BUS FREE phase.

Initiator: An SCSI device (usually a host system) that requests an operation to be performed by another SCSI device.

4

LUN: Logic Unit Number

Peripheral device: A peripheral that can be attatched to an SCSI device (e.g., magnetic disk, magnetic tape, or optical disk).

Reconnect: The function that occurs when a target selects an initiator to continue an operation after a disconnect.

SCSI address: The octal representation of the uniqu~ address (0-

7) assigned to an SCSI device. This address would normally be assigned and set in the SCSI device during system installation.

SCSI ID: The bit-significant representation of the SCSI address refering to one of the signal lines

DB(7~0).

SCSI device: A host computer adapter or a peripheral controller or an intelligent peripheral that can be attatched to the SCSI bus.

Target: An SCSI device that performs an operation requested by an initiator.

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5.2 SCSI Commands

SCSI commands used by CDU-700 for MSCP emulation are listed in the following table.

Code Command Name

OOh

01h

03h

04h

07h

OBh

OAh

OBh l2h lSh lAh

2Sh

28h

2Ah

2Bh

3Eh

3Fh

Test Unit Ready

Rezero Unit

Request Sense

Format unit (1)

Reassign-Block

Read

Write

Seek

Inquiry

Mode Select

Mode Sense

Read Capacity

Extended Read (2)

Extended Write(2)

Extended Seek (2)

Read Long

(3)

Write Long(3)

(1)

(2)

(3)

The Format Unit command is used by the on-board utility only.

These commands are used only when the disk drive capacity is greater than

1

Giga bytes.

These commands are used if the drives support them.

SCSI commands used by CDU-700 for TMSCP emulation are listed as follows:

Code

Command Name

OOh

01b

03b

08h

OAh lOh llb

12h lSh

19h lAh

1Bh

Test unit Ready

Rewind

Request Sense

Read write

Write Filemark

Space

Inquiry

Mode Select

Erase

Mode Sense

Load/Unload

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5.3 SCSI Status

The SCSI status codes used by CDU-700 are listed as follows:

Code

OOh

02h

OSh

Status Name

Good

Check Condition

Busy

5.4 SCSI Messages

The SCSI Messages used by CDU-700 are listed as follows:

Code

OOh

Olb

02h

03h

04h

OSh

07h

OSh

09b

80-FFb

Message Name

Command Complete

Extended Message

Save Data Pointer

Restore Pointer

Disconnect

Initiator Detected Error

Message Reject

No Operation

Message Parity Error

Identify

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5.5 SCSI Single-Ended Signals

Pin assignment of the CDU-700 SCSI Cable Connector (J1,J2,J3):

Signal

-DB(O)

-DB(1)

-DB(2)

-DB(3)

-DB(4)

-DB(S)

-DB(6)

-DB(7)

-DB(P)

GROUND

GROUND

GROUND

TERMPWR

GROUND

GROUND

-ATN

GROUND

-BSY

-ACK

-RST

-MSG

-SEL

-C/D

-REQ

-I/O

Pin Number

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

34

36

38

40

42

44

46

48

50

NOTE: All odd pins except pin 25 are connected to ground. Pin 2S is left open. The minus sign next to the signal indicates active low.

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Warranty

BASIC WARRAN1Y In the absence of any optional warranty or continuing provisions by formal agreement, CMD warrants its products in accordance with the schedules listed below. Purchaser hereafter mentioned refers at all times to the c~stome~ who purchased CMD product(s). .

HOST ADAPTER WARRANTY - CMD warrants Host Adapter products of its manufacture to be free from defect in material and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of shipment. During this period, if the customer experiences difficulties with a CMD Host Adapter and is unable to resolve the problem via phone with CMD Technical Support, a Return Material Authorization (RMA) will be issued. Following receipt of an RMA, the Purchaser is responsible for returning the product to CMD, freight prepaid.

CMD, upon verification of warranty, will repair or replace at its option the Host Adapter in question, and will then return the product to the Purchaser, freight prepaid.

CABLE WARRAN1Y - All CMD provided cables are warranted for ninety (90) days from the time of shipment. Questionable cables should be returned to CMD, freight prepaid, where they will be repaired or replaced by CMD at its option and returned to the Purchaser, freight prepaid.

GENERAL TERMS - The above warranties shall not apply to expendable components such as fuses, bulbs, and the like, nor to connectors, adapters, and other items not a part of the basic product. CMD shall have no obligation to make repairs or to cause replacement required through normal wear and tear or necessitated in whole or in part by catastrophe, fault or negligence of the user, improper or unauthorized use of the product, or use of the product in such a manner for which it was not desigTled, or by causes external to the product, such as, but not limited to, power failure or air conditioning. CMD's sole obligation hereunder shall be to repair or replace any defective product, and, unless stated, ray return transportation costs within the United States of America for such replacement. Purchaser shal provide labor for removal of the defective product, shipping charges for return to CMD and installation of its replacement. On-site services are not a part of this warranty. Above warranties are subject to change without notice.

RETURNED MATERIAL - Warranty claims must be received by CMD within the applicable warranty period. A replaced product, or part thereof, shall become the property of CMD and shall be returned to

CMD at Purchaser's expense. All returned material must be accompanied by a Return Materials Authorization (RMA) number assigned by CMD. For RMA numbers, call CMD at (714) 454-0800.

THE EXPRESSED WARRANTIES SET FORTH IN THIS AGREEMENT ARE IN LITU OF ALL OTHER

WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR Itv1PLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMIT A TION, ANY

Vv'

ARRANTIES

OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND ALL SUCH OTHER WAR-

RANTIES ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED AND EXCLUDED BY CMD. THESE STANDARD EXPRESS WAR-

RANTIES ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES ON THE PART OF CMD FOR DAM-

AGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DA!\1AGES

ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT.

Return and

Repair Policy

\VARRANTY PERIOD

The following warranty period is from the date of shipment:

CMD Host Adapter

Cable one year

90 days

Drive manufacturer's warranty

RETURN FOR CREDIT

The allowable period of return for credit from the date of shipment is as follows

CMD Host Adapter

Cable

Drive less than 90 days less than 60 days not applicable

RETURN FOR REPAIR

CMD Host Adapter

In-Warranty (Less then 1 year)

• CMD offers a 15

working day turnaround repair service

at the cost O'f'par-ts only. Defective boards will be repaired and returned to the customer within 15 working days from the date of return to CMD.

• CMD also offers two

In-Warranty

24

hour erpediting services:

24 Hour Turnaround Loaner Service:

Under this policy, CMD will ship a loaner in 24 hours during regular working days to the customer for a charge of S100.00 per loaner. Upon receiving the loaner, customer must return the defective board to CMD within seven

(7) days for repair. CMD will repair the defective board and return the board to the customer. Customer must then return the loaner in seven. (7) days after the receipt of the repaired board. Approval for loaner service is based on credit verification.

24 Hour Turnaround Swap Service: .

In the case thatthe defective board is within the first six (6) months of the warranty, CMD, at its own option, offers a 24 hour turnaround swap service. CMD will ship the same model of the board to customer within 24 hours during working days in exchange for the defective board. CMD will swap with a new board if board is not functional upon arrival. For all other cases, swap will occur with either a new or refurbished b<;>ard for a charge of $200.00. CMD does not offer swap services for boards that are purchased more than six months from the date of shipment. Customer is respon-

CMD Technology, Inc. 1 Vanderbilt, Irvine CA 92718 (714) 454-0800 FAX (714) 455-1656

sible for returning the defective board to CMD within seven (7) days after receipt of the swapped board.

• The remaining warranty period shall apply to the repaired or swapped board.

Out-of-Warranty (more than 1 year)

• CMD offers a 15 working day turnaround repair service at a rate of 5300.00 plus parts and freight for all out-of-warranty host adapter boards. Defective boards will be repaired and returned to customer within 15 working days starting with date of return to CMD.

• CMD also offers an out-of-warranty 24 Hour Turnaround Loaner Service:

Under this policy, CMD will ship the same model loaner in the 24 hour time frame of working days to customer for an additional charge of S100.00 plus freight per loaner. The loaner is for use by the customer during the period that the defective board is being repaired. Customer is responsible for returning the defective board to CMD within seven days after the receipt of loaner and returning the loaner in seven (7) days once the defective board is repaired and received. The approval of the loaner service is at CMD's option and based upon customer credit verification.

• CMD will extend warranty for a period of six (6) months on any out of- warranty repaired board.

Cable

In-,\",Tarranty (90 days) - free swap.

Out-of-Warranty (90 days) - not applicable.

Drive

In-Warranty (per manufacturer) - manufacturer charge only.

Out-of-Warranty (per manufacturer) - manufacturer charge plus S100 CMD handling.

RETURN FOR UPGRADE/UPDATE

CMD Host Adapter

In-Warranty (less than 1 year)

• CMD offers a 15 working day turnaround different function upgrade service for boards that can be upgraded to a higher function; and a free 15 worbng day turnaround ECO Field Upgrade for all its boards.

C:t-..1D will upgrade the hardware of its board to a higher function for a charge of the difference of list prices of the original and upgraded functions. CMD v·:ill also update its board to its latest firmware release at no charge to the customer. Boards will be upgraded/updated and returned to the customer within 15 working days from the date of return to CMD.

• Ct\1D also offers 24 hour turnaround loaner service as stated in "RETURN FOR REPAIR."

• ·The remaining warranty period shall apply to the updated board. For upgraded boards, CMD will extend warranty for a period of six months.

Out-of-Warranty (More than 1 year)

• CMD offers a 15 working day turnaround different fu11dion upgrade service for boards that can be upgraded to a higher function at a charge of the difference of list prices of two functions. CMD also offers a free 15 working day turnaround ECO Field Upgrade for all its boards. Boards will be upgraded/updated and returned to customer within 15 \,\Torking days from the date of return to CMD.

• CMD also offers 24 hours turnaround Loaner Service as stated in "RETURN FOR REPAIR."

• There will be no warranty extension for same function firmware update. For different function

Hardware upgrade, CMD ,vill extend warranty for a period of six (6) months.

Drive-same as in "RETURN FOR REP AIR."

SHIPPING CHARGES

The following shipping charges apply to all REP AIR, SWAP, LOANER, and UPGRADE UNITS.

In-Warranty

• Domestic - freight from CMD to customer is to be paid by CMD; freight from customer to CMD is to be paid by customer.

• International- all fees are to be paid by customer (including custom duty and broker fees).

Out-of Warranty

.• Domestic - all fees are to be paid by customer.

• International- all fees are to be paid by customer (including custom duty and broker fees).

GENERAL CONDITIONS

All goods returned to CMD including returns for credit, sv.'ap return.s, loaner returns, and evaluation returns shall remain in good condition. Any damage or alteration done by the customer will result in a rejection or additional charge to the customer.

Customer needs to talk to CMD Technical Support personnel to authorize returns of CMD Host Adapter for not functional upon arrival boards and swap requests. CMD Sales personnel must be consulted for the authorization of returning goods for credit and/or evaluation return.

CMD Technology, Inc. 1 Vanderbilt, Irvine CA 92718 (714) 454-0800 FAX (714) 455-1656

Appendix B Operating Systems Supported by CDU-700

All DEC-compatible products designed by CMD Technology, Inc. implement MSCP (Mass Storage Control Protocol)/ TMSCP (Tape Mass

Storage Control Protocol). CMD supports its implementation of

MSCP/TMSCP beginning with the indicated version of the following

DEC operating systems.

~

Operating

System

VMS

Ultrix

UNIX/Berkeley

RSX-IIM

RSX-11M-PLUS

RSTS/E

RT-1l

DSM-11

ISM-11

TSX

VAXELN

Version

4.0 and 5.0

1.2

4.2

4.1

3.0

9.0

5.2

3.3

3.4 x.x x.x

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Appendix C SCSI Devices Supported by

CDU-700

Disk drives supported by

CDU-700/M,CDU-700/TM SCSI host adapter:

10/18/1989

*** indicates new qualified device.

FUJITSU

HITACHI

HP

IBM

MAXTOR

MICROPOLIS

PRIAM

QUANTUM

RODIME

SIEMENS

SYQUEST

TOSHIBA

EMULEX

Magnetic disk drives:

CDC WREN-III, WREN-IV, WREN V, WREN VI

SWIFT (3 1/2"), Sabre (8")

***

CITOH YD-3042, YD-3082

CONNER PERIPHERALS CP-340, CP-31UO

M2246SA, M2249SA Series

DK515C

Series

97548S/D series

***

320MB, 3 1/2"

***

XT-3000 ,XT-4000S, XT-8000S Series

1370 Series

Model 717, 728, 738

ProDrive 40S/80S

3085S, 5215S, 5180S

Model 2200, 2300

SQ555

***

MK156FB series

MD21, MD23 (SCSI TO ESDI CONTROLLER)

Erasable Optical disk drives:

SONY

SMO-D501

RICOH

RO-5030E

CD ROM drives:

LMS

TOSHIBA

CM210, CM212

***

XM3200 series

***

Magneto Optical disk

Magneto Optical disk

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WORM drives:

1. with Ten

X

Technology Optical Convertion Unit

MAX

TOR RXT-SOOS, ReV.J

K

LMSI

MITSUBISHI

LD510, LD1200

MW-5U1

PIONEER

DD-55001

2. with LASERDRlVE interface

LASERDRIVE etc.

Model 800 series

***

Tape drives supported by CDU-700/T,CDU-700/TM SCSI host adapter:

10/18/1989

*** indicates new qualified device.

EXABYTE

GIGATREND

SONY

HP

ARCHIVE

ASPEN

CALIPER

CIPHER

FUJITSU

KENNEDY

LMS

TANDBERG

TEAC

WANGTEK

EXB-S200

8mm helical scan

1200 Series DAT, 4mm helical scan

SDT-1000 DAT,

4 rom helical scan

35450A DAT, 4 mm helical scan

*** streaming

1/4 "

1/2 ••

System 480, 3480 compatible

1/4 ..

C150SAE streaming, series

ST150S-I streaming, series 1/4 ..

1/2

II

1/4 ..

1/2

II

1/2"

1/4 ..

M2452E, 1/2" Cartridge streaming

9 track, model 9612

Independence, 3480 compatible

***

TDC3600 series

1/4

II

1/4 .. streaming streaming

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Appendix D 30 CSR Addresses Supported by

IC P70012C

1. e

CSR addresses supported by old IC P70012B at location U54

Address

-------

PDP-II

--------

Standard:

17774500

Second:

17760404

Third:

17760444

Fourth:

17760504

Fifth:

17760544

Sixth:

17760410

Seventh:

Eighth:

17760450

17760454

W6 WI0 W9

W8 W7

------------------------------------------

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN

1-2 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN

1-2

IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2..,3 IN

2. 30 CSR addresses supported by new IC P70012C at location U54

Address

-------

5

6

7

1

2

3

4

8

-------

9

10

11

12

19

20

21

22

23

24

13

14

15

16

-------

17

18

- - - - - - -

25

26

27

28

29

30

PDP-II

--------

17774500

17760404

17760444

17760504

17760544

17760410

17760450

17760454

--------

17760414

17760420

17760460

17760510

17760514

17760520

17760550

17760554

--------

17760560

17760604

17760610

17760614

17760620

17760644

17760650

17760654

--------

17760660

17760704

17760710

17760714

17760744

17760750

W6

WI0 W9 W8 W7

------------------------------------------

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

1-2 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN

------------------------------------------

2-3 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 .IN

2-3 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN

------------------------------------------

1-2 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN

1-2 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN

1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN

1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN

------------------------------------------

1-2 IN

2-3 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN· 1-2 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN

2-3 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN

1-2 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN

2-3 IN 2-3 IN 2-3 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN

1-2 IN 2-3 IN 1-2 IN 1-2 IN 2-3 IN

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