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  1. the physical path that is used to transfer data. The two types of SCSI busses used are 8-bit and 16-bit. The 8-bit bus, which is also known as the narrow bus, uses a 50-pin connector. The 16-bit bus, which is also known as the wide bus, uses a 68-pin connector.
    SCSI Bus
  2. A SCSI card that acts as an interface between SCSI and the computer.
    HBA
  3. A series of devices connected to a single SCSI bus.
    Daisy Chain
  4. A unique identifier allocated within a device located in a daisy chain for identification
    SCSI ID
  5. A unique number allocated to each independent device within a SCSI
    Logical Unit Number or LUN
  6. A resistor connected to the end of a SCSI bus to neutralize reflected pulses that cause data loss.
    Terminator
  7. A device connected to a SCSI bus
    Target

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SCSI
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2014-02-06 20:05:31
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SCSI Terminology
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