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  •  03 Apr 2014 12:54

Release Notes: This release contains mainly bugfixes and code cleanups, with some small extensions. It tracks changes made by www.t10.org since October 2013. sg_xcopy now sends the xcopy(lid1) command to the destination device by default.

Release Notes: This release contains mainly bugfixes and code cleanups, with some small extensions. It tracks changes made by www.t10.org since May 2013.

  •  03 Jun 2013 21:55

Release Notes: This release adds several features to the sg_xcopy utility and improves 64 bit LUN handling. www.t10.org changes since January 2013 have been tracked .

  •  19 Jan 2013 01:08

Release Notes: This release adds the sg_compare_and_write utility. www.t10.org changes since October 2012 have been tracked .

  •  19 Jan 2012 23:34

Release Notes: This release adds another major reworking of the sg_ses utility. SCSI (t10.org) draft standard changes were incorporated.

  •  04 Aug 2011 06:53

Release Notes: A sg_sanitize utility was added. A major rework of the sg_ses utility was undertaken. SCSI (t10.org) draft standard changes were incorporated.

  •  17 Feb 2011 06:12

Release Notes: A sg_decode_sense utility was added along with additional decode logic for new SCSI sense descriptors. SCSI draft standard changes were incorporated.

  •  12 Nov 2010 21:53

Release Notes: This release tracks changes in the SCSI draft standards from www.t10.org since the last release of this package in April 2010. It adds the sg_referrals utility for the SCSI REPORT REFERRALS command.

  •  07 Apr 2010 11:26

Release Notes: This release tracks changes in the SCSI draft standards from www.t10.org since the last release of this package in October 2009.

Release Notes: This release tracks many changes in the SCSI drafts from www.t10.org since June 2008. It adds an sg_write_same utility that includes support for thin provisioning. Thin provisioning and larger sector size (than 512 bytes) capability has been added to several utilities. The Linux port now supports bsg devices. Several bugfixes and minor interface and library enhancements.

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