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The host-base storage portion of the Storage Management Technical Specification defines management profiles for autonomous, component and abstract profiles for management of host-based storage devices. The autonomous profiles describe the management of a stand-alone host-based storage entity. The component profiles describe management of aspects of host-based storage entities that may be used by other autonomous profiles. Finally, this section describes abstract profiles that may be used as a basis for creating additional Host-based autonomous profiles.
This version of the Host-based Storage portion of the Storage Management Technical Specification includes autonomous profiles:
- "The Host Discovered Resources Profile
This profile defines the model for the storage devices presented to an operating system running on a host
computer system. In addition, this profile describes the map of storage associated to a host-computer system
that a client application can discover.
- "The Fibre Channel HBA Profile
This profile defines the model and functions of a Fibre Channel HBA that exports block storage to a host
computer system from a SAN device (Fibre Channel switch, array, tape library, etc.).
- iSCSI Initiator Profile
This profile defines the model and functions necessary to manage an iSCSI initiator.
Component profiles used by autonomous profiles to describe aspects of host-based storage elements
and services. The component profiles defined in this version of the specification include:
- Host Hardware RAID Controller Profile
This profile defines the model and functions of a host-based RAID controller that exports block storage to a
host computer system from locally attached storage devices (internal hard drives, JBODs, etc.)
- Storage HBA Profile
This profile defines the model and functions of a SAS, SATA, SPI, or Fibre Channel HBA that exports storage
to a host computer system from a SAN device (Fibre Channel switch, array, tape library, etc.).
- Disk Partition Profile
The Disk Partition profile models partition (or slice) configuration services provided by operating systems on
- SB Multipath Management Profile
The SB Multipath Management Profile models paths (connections between host controllers and device ports)
for environments supporting the SB (Single Byte) command protocol.
- SCSI Multipath Management Profile
The SCSI Multipath Management profile models paths (connections between host controllers, device ports,
and logical units) for environments supporting the SCSI command protocol.
Status: PublishedPublication date: 2021-03
Edition: 2Number of pages: 165
Technical Committee: ISO/IEC JTC 1 Information technology
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