linux/drivers/ieee1394/hosts.h
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   1#ifndef _IEEE1394_HOSTS_H
   2#define _IEEE1394_HOSTS_H
   3
   4#include <linux/device.h>
   5#include <linux/list.h>
   6#include <linux/timer.h>
   7#include <linux/types.h>
   8#include <linux/workqueue.h>
   9#include <asm/atomic.h>
  10
  11struct pci_dev;
  12struct module;
  13
  14#include "ieee1394_types.h"
  15#include "csr.h"
  16#include "highlevel.h"
  17
  18struct hpsb_packet;
  19struct hpsb_iso;
  20
  21struct hpsb_host {
  22        struct list_head host_list;
  23
  24        void *hostdata;
  25
  26        atomic_t generation;
  27
  28        struct list_head pending_packets;
  29        struct timer_list timeout;
  30        unsigned long timeout_interval;
  31
  32        int node_count;      /* number of identified nodes on this bus */
  33        int selfid_count;    /* total number of SelfIDs received */
  34        int nodes_active;    /* number of nodes with active link layer */
  35
  36        nodeid_t node_id;    /* node ID of this host */
  37        nodeid_t irm_id;     /* ID of this bus' isochronous resource manager */
  38        nodeid_t busmgr_id;  /* ID of this bus' bus manager */
  39
  40        /* this nodes state */
  41        unsigned in_bus_reset:1;
  42        unsigned is_shutdown:1;
  43        unsigned resume_packet_sent:1;
  44
  45        /* this nodes' duties on the bus */
  46        unsigned is_root:1;
  47        unsigned is_cycmst:1;
  48        unsigned is_irm:1;
  49        unsigned is_busmgr:1;
  50
  51        int reset_retries;
  52        quadlet_t *topology_map;
  53        u8 *speed_map;
  54
  55        int id;
  56        struct hpsb_host_driver *driver;
  57        struct pci_dev *pdev;
  58        struct device device;
  59        struct device host_dev;
  60
  61        struct delayed_work delayed_reset;
  62        unsigned config_roms:31;
  63        unsigned update_config_rom:1;
  64
  65        struct list_head addr_space;
  66        u64 low_addr_space;     /* upper bound of physical DMA area */
  67        u64 middle_addr_space;  /* upper bound of posted write area */
  68
  69        u8 speed[ALL_NODES];    /* speed between each node and local node */
  70
  71        /* per node tlabel allocation */
  72        u8 next_tl[ALL_NODES];
  73        struct { DECLARE_BITMAP(map, 64); } tl_pool[ALL_NODES];
  74
  75        struct csr_control csr;
  76
  77        struct hpsb_address_serve dummy_zero_addr;
  78        struct hpsb_address_serve dummy_max_addr;
  79};
  80
  81enum devctl_cmd {
  82        /* Host is requested to reset its bus and cancel all outstanding async
  83         * requests.  If arg == 1, it shall also attempt to become root on the
  84         * bus.  Return void. */
  85        RESET_BUS,
  86
  87        /* Arg is void, return value is the hardware cycle counter value. */
  88        GET_CYCLE_COUNTER,
  89
  90        /* Set the hardware cycle counter to the value in arg, return void.
  91         * FIXME - setting is probably not required. */
  92        SET_CYCLE_COUNTER,
  93
  94        /* Configure hardware for new bus ID in arg, return void. */
  95        SET_BUS_ID,
  96
  97        /* If arg true, start sending cycle start packets, stop if arg == 0.
  98         * Return void. */
  99        ACT_CYCLE_MASTER,
 100
 101        /* Cancel all outstanding async requests without resetting the bus.
 102         * Return void. */
 103        CANCEL_REQUESTS,
 104};
 105
 106enum isoctl_cmd {
 107        /* rawiso API - see iso.h for the meanings of these commands
 108         * (they correspond exactly to the hpsb_iso_* API functions)
 109         * INIT = allocate resources
 110         * START = begin transmission/reception
 111         * STOP = halt transmission/reception
 112         * QUEUE/RELEASE = produce/consume packets
 113         * SHUTDOWN = deallocate resources
 114         */
 115
 116        XMIT_INIT,
 117        XMIT_START,
 118        XMIT_STOP,
 119        XMIT_QUEUE,
 120        XMIT_SHUTDOWN,
 121
 122        RECV_INIT,
 123        RECV_LISTEN_CHANNEL,   /* multi-channel only */
 124        RECV_UNLISTEN_CHANNEL, /* multi-channel only */
 125        RECV_SET_CHANNEL_MASK, /* multi-channel only; arg is a *u64 */
 126        RECV_START,
 127        RECV_STOP,
 128        RECV_RELEASE,
 129        RECV_SHUTDOWN,
 130        RECV_FLUSH
 131};
 132
 133enum reset_types {
 134        /* 166 microsecond reset -- only type of reset available on
 135           non-1394a capable controllers */
 136        LONG_RESET,
 137
 138        /* Short (arbitrated) reset -- only available on 1394a capable
 139           controllers */
 140        SHORT_RESET,
 141
 142        /* Variants that set force_root before issueing the bus reset */
 143        LONG_RESET_FORCE_ROOT, SHORT_RESET_FORCE_ROOT,
 144
 145        /* Variants that clear force_root before issueing the bus reset */
 146        LONG_RESET_NO_FORCE_ROOT, SHORT_RESET_NO_FORCE_ROOT
 147};
 148
 149struct hpsb_host_driver {
 150        struct module *owner;
 151        const char *name;
 152
 153        /* The hardware driver may optionally support a function that is used
 154         * to set the hardware ConfigROM if the hardware supports handling
 155         * reads to the ConfigROM on its own. */
 156        void (*set_hw_config_rom)(struct hpsb_host *host,
 157                                  __be32 *config_rom);
 158
 159        /* This function shall implement packet transmission based on
 160         * packet->type.  It shall CRC both parts of the packet (unless
 161         * packet->type == raw) and do byte-swapping as necessary or instruct
 162         * the hardware to do so.  It can return immediately after the packet
 163         * was queued for sending.  After sending, hpsb_sent_packet() has to be
 164         * called.  Return 0 on success, negative errno on failure.
 165         * NOTE: The function must be callable in interrupt context.
 166         */
 167        int (*transmit_packet)(struct hpsb_host *host,
 168                               struct hpsb_packet *packet);
 169
 170        /* This function requests miscellanous services from the driver, see
 171         * above for command codes and expected actions.  Return -1 for unknown
 172         * command, though that should never happen.
 173         */
 174        int (*devctl)(struct hpsb_host *host, enum devctl_cmd command, int arg);
 175
 176         /* ISO transmission/reception functions. Return 0 on success, -1
 177          * (or -EXXX errno code) on failure. If the low-level driver does not
 178          * support the new ISO API, set isoctl to NULL.
 179          */
 180        int (*isoctl)(struct hpsb_iso *iso, enum isoctl_cmd command,
 181                      unsigned long arg);
 182
 183        /* This function is mainly to redirect local CSR reads/locks to the iso
 184         * management registers (bus manager id, bandwidth available, channels
 185         * available) to the hardware registers in OHCI.  reg is 0,1,2,3 for bus
 186         * mgr, bwdth avail, ch avail hi, ch avail lo respectively (the same ids
 187         * as OHCI uses).  data and compare are the new data and expected data
 188         * respectively, return value is the old value.
 189         */
 190        quadlet_t (*hw_csr_reg) (struct hpsb_host *host, int reg,
 191                                 quadlet_t data, quadlet_t compare);
 192};
 193
 194struct hpsb_host *hpsb_alloc_host(struct hpsb_host_driver *drv, size_t extra,
 195                                  struct device *dev);
 196int hpsb_add_host(struct hpsb_host *host);
 197void hpsb_resume_host(struct hpsb_host *host);
 198void hpsb_remove_host(struct hpsb_host *host);
 199int hpsb_update_config_rom_image(struct hpsb_host *host);
 200
 201#endif /* _IEEE1394_HOSTS_H */
 202
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