For questions related to the SCSI interface
The Small Computer Systems Interface (SCSI) superseded the Shugart Associates Systems Interface (SASI) in 1981.
Pronounced scuzzy (American) or sexy (British - to reference sassy)
Example questions may include:
- What is the difference between narrow, wide, and ultra-wide SCSI?
- Why does SCSI require termination and how to configure it?
- How to connect SCSI devices to an Amiga?
- What SCSI adapters are supported in SGI machines?