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Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Pod for Bus Doctor Analyzer

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The Serial Attached SCSI Pod turns the Bus Doctor into a full-featured protocol analyzer, with the depth, ease-of-use, protocol decoding and statistics that are needed by software and systems testers. It also provides the features needed by hardware engineers including multi-level triggering, filtering, state configuration post-capture filtering of Serial Attached SCSI packets.

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COMPATIBILITY
This Bus Doctor Pod is compatible with:
Bus Doctor Rx  



Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Displays
At the Command level, the Serial Attached SCSI analyzer provides a big-picture view for testers who are troubleshooting system-level or application-level issues. You can easily identify the direction of each command, the Information Unit or type of out-of-band (OOB) signal, description, and time stamp.

The State display provides decoding of each Double-word transfer for users who need to monitor Serial Attached SCSI software, device drivers, or firmware. If you want to see the Data Byte Name and value, scrambled data, 10b data patterns, and running disparity for each event, just mouse-over the data column and a pop-up window will show you the information.

Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Pod for Bus Doctor Analyzer screen shot

 



DISPLAYS



Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Capturing
The Serial Attached SCSI analyzer provides a variety of capture configurations. Each of these options can be enabled or disabled as needed:

  • Timing Mode (Store all transitions)
  • State Mode (selectible for both directions of traffic)
    • Capture All Valid Frames
    • Filter Primitives including SYNCs and ALIGNs
    • Filter Data after CONT
    • Filter Errors
    • Filter Out of Band (OOB) signals
    • Filter Idle data
  • Custom State Modes can also be created.

Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Pod for Bus Doctor Analyzer photo

 



CAPTURING
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CUSTOM STATES link


Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Triggering
The Serial Attached SCSI Analyzer provides you high-level trigger configurations for most common trigger scenarios. The high-level trigger dialogs provide powerful capabilities to trigger on the Serial Attached SCSI Frame types, tasks, SCSI commands, primitives, and out-of-band (OOB) signals from a list without memorizing codes or positions. You may easily trigger on a Serial ATA (SATA) count, LBA, command, status, feature or FIS types. You may also trigger on hardward and software error. You may create custom triggers.

Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Pod for Bus Doctor Analyzer photo

 



TRIGGERING
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CUSTOM TRIGGERING link


Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Analyzer Trace Filtering
The Serial ATA Analyzer allows you to filter out a portion of the data to conserve buffer space. Users can also create and save custom pre-capture filters. After capturing, the Show/Hide controls for the Command and State Listings provide you with a variety of criteria for selection of portions of the trace to display.

Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Pod for Bus Doctor Analyzer photo

Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Pod for Bus Doctor Analyzer photo

Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Pod for Bus Doctor Analyzer photo

 



FILTERING
more information link
CUSTOM FILTERS link


Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Statistics
The Real-Time Monitor can be easily configured so you can see interesting and usable bus statistics while taking a trace or at any other time.

Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Pod for Bus Doctor Analyzer photo

 



STATISTICS


Protocols, Standards, & Speed

Protocols & Standards:
Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) revision 3.0
SCSI primary commands: SPC, SPC-2, SPC-3
SCSI-3 block commands (SBC, SBC-2)
SCSI-3 Multimedia commands (MMC)
Serial ATA (SATA) 1.0

Speeds:
1x = 3.0Gb/sec

 



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