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Subject[PATCH] 3c509 Update
- 3c509 Full duplex support	(David Ruggiero)
- 3c509 Power management (Zwane Mwaikambo)
- 3c509 Documentation (David Ruggiero)

Regards,
Zwane Mwaikambo

diff -urN linux-2.4.19-orig/Documentation/networking/3c509.txt linux-2.4.19/Documentation/networking/3c509.txt
--- linux-2.4.19-orig/Documentation/networking/3c509.txt Thu Jan 1 02:00:00 1970
+++ linux-2.4.19/Documentation/networking/3c509.txt Sun Mar 3 09:24:29 2002
@@ -0,0 +1,210 @@
+Linux and the 3Com EtherLink III Series Ethercards (driver v1.20 and higher)
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+This file contains the instructions and caveats for v1.20 and higher versions
+of the 3c509 driver. You should not use the driver without reading this file.
+
+release 1.0
+28 February 2002
+Current maintainer (corrections to):
+ David Ruggiero <jdr@farfalle.com>
+
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+(0) Introduction
+
+The following are notes and information on using the 3Com EtherLink III series
+ethercards in Linux. These cards are commonly known by the most widely-used
+card's 3Com model number, 3c509. They are all 10mb/s ISA-bus cards and shouldn't
+be (but sometimes are) confused with the similarly-numbered PCI-bus "3c905"
+(aka "Vortex" or "Boomerang") series. Kernel support for the 3c509 family is
+provided by the module 3c509.c, which has code to support all of the following
+models:
+
+ 3c509 (original ISA card)
+ 3c509B (later revision of the ISA card; supports full-duplex)
+ 3c589 (PCMCIA)
+ 3c589B (later revision of the 3c589; supports full-duplex)
+ 3c529 (MCA)
+ 3c579 (EISA)
+
+Large portions of this documentation were heavily borrowed from the guide
+written the original author of the 3c509 driver, Donald Becker. The master
+copy of that document, which contains notes on older versions of the driver,
+currently resides on Scyld web server: http://www.scyld.com/network/3c509.html.
+
+
+(1) Special Driver Features
+
+Overriding card settings
+
+The driver allows boot- or load-time overriding of the card's detected IOADDR,
+IRQ, and transceiver settings, although this capability shouldn't generally be
+needed except to enable full-duplex mode (see below). An example of the syntax
+for LILO parameters for doing this:
+
+ ether=10,0x310,3,0x3c509,eth0
+
+This configures the first found 3c509 card for IRQ 10, base I/O 0x310, and
+transceiver type 3 (10base2). The flag "0x3c509" must be set to avoid conflicts
+with other card types when overriding the I/O address. When the driver is
+loaded as a module, only the IRQ and transceiver setting may be overridden.
+For example, setting two cards to 10base2/IRQ10 and AUI/IRQ11 is done by using
+the xcvr and irq module options:
+
+ options 3c509 xcvr=3,3 irq=10,11
+
+
+(2) Full-duplex mode
+
+The v1.20 driver added support for the 3c509B's full-duplex capabilities.
+In order to enable and successfully use full-duplex mode, three conditions
+must be met:
+
+(a) You must have a Etherlink III card model whose hardware supports full-
+duplex operations. Currently, the only members of the 3c509 family that are
+positively known to support full-duplex are the 3c509B (ISA bus) and 3c589B
+(PCMCIA) cards. Cards without the "B" model designation do *not* support
+full-duplex mode; these include the original 3c509 (no "B"), the original
+3c589, the 3c529 (MCA bus), and the 3c579 (EISA bus).
+
+(b) You must be using your card's 10baseT transceiver (i.e., the RJ-45
+connector), not its AUI (thick-net) or 10base2 (thin-net/coax) interfaces.
+AUI and 10base2 network cabling is physically incapable of full-duplex
+operation.
+
+(c) Most importantly, your 3c509B must be connected to a link partner that is
+itself full-duplex capable. This is almost certainly one of two things: a full-
+duplex-capable Ethernet switch (*not* a hub), or a full-duplex-capable NIC on
+another system that's connected directly to the 3c509B via a crossover cable.
+
+/////Extremely important caution concerning full-duplex mode/////
+Understand that the 3c509B's hardware's full-duplex support is much more
+limited than that provide by more modern network interface cards. Although
+at the physical layer of the network it fully supports full-duplex operation,
+the card was designed before the current Ethernet auto-negotiation (N-way)
+spec was written. This means that the 3c509B family ***cannot and will not
+auto-negotiate a full-duplex connection with its link partner under any
+circumstances, no matter how it is initialized***. If the full-duplex mode
+of the 3c509B is enabled, its link partner will very likely need to be
+independently _forced_ into full-duplex mode as well; otherwise various nasty
+failures will occur - at the very least, you'll see massive numbers of packet
+collisions. This is one of very rare circumstances where disabling auto-
+negotiation and forcing the duplex mode of a network interface card or switch
+would ever be necessary or desirable.
+
+
+(3) Available Transceiver Types
+
+For versions of the driver v1.20 and above, the available transceiver types are:
+
+0 transceiver type from EEPROM config (normally 10baseT); force half-duplex
+1 AUI (thick-net / DB15 connector)
+2 (undefined)
+3 10base2 (thin-net == coax / BNC connector)
+4 10baseT (RJ-45 connector); force half-duplex mode
+8 transceiver type and duplex mode taken from card's EEPROM config settings
+12 10baseT (RJ-45 connector); force full-duplex mode
+
+Prior to driver version 1.20, only tranceiver codes 0-4 were supported. Note
+that the new transceiver codes 8 and 12 are the *only* ones that will enable
+full-duplex mode, no matter what the card's detected EEPROM settings might be.
+This insured that merely upgrading the driver from an earlier version would
+never automatically enable full-duplex mode in an existing installation;
+it must always be explicitly enabled via one of these code in order to be
+activated.
+
+
+(4a) Interpretation of error messages and common problems
+
+Error Messages
+
+eth0: Infinite loop in interrupt, status 2011.
+These are "mostly harmless" message indicating that the driver had too much
+work during that interrupt cycle. With a status of 0x2011 you are receiving
+packets faster than they can be removed from the card. This should be rare
+or impossible in normal operation. Possible causes of this error report are:
+
+ - a "green" mode enabled that slows the processor down when there is no
+ keyboard activitiy.
+
+ - some other device or device driver hogging the bus or disabling interrupts.
+ Check /proc/interrupts for excessive interrupt counts. The timer tick
+ interrupt should always be incrementing faster than the others.
+
+No received packets
+If a 3c509, 3c562 or 3c589 can successfully transmit packets, but never
+receives packets (as reported by /proc/net/dev or 'ifconfig') you likely
+have an interrupt line problem. Check /proc/interrupts to verify that the
+card is actually generating interrupts. If the interrupt count is not
+increasing you likely have a physical conflict with two devices trying to
+use the same ISA IRQ line. The common conflict is with a sound card on IRQ10
+or IRQ5, and the easiest solution is to move the 3c509 to a different
+interrupt line. If the device is receiving packets but 'ping' doesn't work,
+you have a routing problem.
+
+Tx Carrier Errors Reported in /proc/net/dev
+If an EtherLink III appears to transmit packets, but the "Tx carrier errors"
+field in /proc/net/dev increments as quickly as the Tx packet count, you
+likely have an unterminated network or the incorrect media tranceiver selected.
+
+3c509B card is not detected on machines with an ISA PnP BIOS.
+While the updated driver works with most PnP BIOS programs, it does not work
+with all. This can be fixed by disabling PnP support using the 3Com-supplied
+setup program.
+
+3c509 card is not detected on overclocked machines
+Increase the delay time in id_read_eeprom() from the current value, 500,
+to an absurdly high value, such as 5000.
+
+
+(4b) Decoding Status and Error Messages
+
+The bits in the main status register are:
+
+value description
+0x01 Interrupt latch
+0x02 Tx overrun, or Rx underrun
+0x04 Tx complete
+0x08 Tx FIFO room available
+0x10 A complete Rx packet has arrived
+0x20 A Rx packet has started to arrive
+0x40 The driver has requested an interrupt
+0x80 Statistics counter nearly full
+
+The bits in the transmit (Tx) status word are:
+
+value description
+0x02 Out-of-window collision.
+0x04 Status stack overflow (normally impossible).
+0x08 16 collisions.
+0x10 Tx underrun (not enough PCI bus bandwidth).
+0x20 Tx jabber.
+0x40 Tx interrupt requested.
+0x80 Status is valid (this should always be set).
+
+
+When a transmit error occurs the driver produces a status message such as
+
+ eth0: Transmit error, Tx status register 82
+
+The two values typically seen here are:
+
+0x82
+Out of window collision. This typically occurs when some other Ethernet
+host is incorrectly set to full duplex on a half duplex network.
+
+0x88
+16 collisions. This typically occurs when the network is exceptionally busy
+or when another host doesn't correctly back off after a collision. If this
+error is mixed with 0x82 errors it is the result of a host incorrectly set
+to full duplex (see above).
+
+Both of these errors are the result of network problems that should be
+corrected. They do not represent driver malfunction.
+
+
+(5) Revision history (this file)
+
+28Feb02 v1.0 DR New; major portions based on Becker original 3c509 docs
+
Binary files linux-2.4.19-orig/drivers/net/.3c509.c.swp and linux-2.4.19/drivers/net/.3c509.c.swp differ
diff -urN linux-2.4.19-orig/drivers/net/3c509.c linux-2.4.19/drivers/net/3c509.c
--- linux-2.4.19-orig/drivers/net/3c509.c Sun Mar 3 09:10:18 2002
+++ linux-2.4.19/drivers/net/3c509.c Sun Mar 3 10:09:57 2002
@@ -45,11 +45,15 @@
- Reviewed against 1.18 from scyld.com
v1.18a 17Nov2001 Jeff Garzik <jgarzik@mandrakesoft.com>
- ethtool support
+ v1.18b 1Mar2002 Zwane Mwaikambo <zwane@commfireservices.com>
+ - Power Management support
+ v1.18c 1Mar2002 David Ruggiero <jdavid@farfalle.com>
+ - Full duplex support
*/

#define DRV_NAME "3c509"
-#define DRV_VERSION "1.18a"
-#define DRV_RELDATE "17Nov2001"
+#define DRV_VERSION "1.18c"
+#define DRV_RELDATE "1Mar2002"

/* A few values that may be tweaked. */

@@ -82,8 +86,9 @@
#include <asm/bitops.h>
#include <asm/io.h>
#include <asm/irq.h>
+#include <linux/pm.h>

-static char versionA[] __initdata = DRV_NAME ".c:" DRV_VERSION " " DRV_RELDATE "becker@scyld.com\n";
+static char versionA[] __initdata = DRV_NAME ".c:" DRV_VERSION " " DRV_RELDATE " becker@scyld.com\n";
static char versionB[] __initdata = "http://www.scyld.com/network/3c509.html\n";

#ifdef EL3_DEBUG
@@ -116,7 +121,8 @@
FakeIntr = 12<<11, AckIntr = 13<<11, SetIntrEnb = 14<<11,
SetStatusEnb = 15<<11, SetRxFilter = 16<<11, SetRxThreshold = 17<<11,
SetTxThreshold = 18<<11, SetTxStart = 19<<11, StatsEnable = 21<<11,
- StatsDisable = 22<<11, StopCoax = 23<<11,};
+ StatsDisable = 22<<11, StopCoax = 23<<11, PowerUp = 27<<11,
+ PowerDown = 28<<11, PowerAuto = 29<<11};

enum c509status {
IntLatch = 0x0001, AdapterFailure = 0x0002, TxComplete = 0x0004,
@@ -136,7 +142,9 @@

#define WN0_IRQ 0x08 /* Window 0: Set IRQ line in bits 12-15. */
#define WN4_MEDIA 0x0A /* Window 4: Various transcvr/media bits. */
-#define MEDIA_TP 0x00C0 /* Enable link beat and jabber for 10baseT. */
+#define MEDIA_TP 0x00C0 /* Enable link beat and jabber for 10baseT. */
+#define WN4_NETDIAG 0x06 /* Window 4: Net diagnostic */
+#define FD_ENABLE 0x8000 /* Enable full-duplex ("external loopback") */

/*
* Must be a power of two (we use a binary and in the
@@ -152,6 +160,9 @@
int head, size;
struct sk_buff *queue[SKB_QUEUE_SIZE];
char mca_slot;
+#ifdef CONFIG_PM
+ struct pm_dev *pmdev;
+#endif
};
static int id_port __initdata = 0x110; /* Start with 0x110 to avoid new sound cards.*/
static struct net_device *el3_root_dev;
@@ -168,6 +179,13 @@
static void set_multicast_list(struct net_device *dev);
static void el3_tx_timeout (struct net_device *dev);
static int netdev_ioctl (struct net_device *dev, struct ifreq *rq, int cmd);
+static void el3_down(struct net_device *dev);
+static void el3_up(struct net_device *dev);
+#ifdef CONFIG_PM
+static int el3_suspend(struct pm_dev *pdev);
+static int el3_resume(struct pm_dev *pdev);
+static int el3_pm_callback(struct pm_dev *pdev, pm_request_t rqst, void *data);
+#endif

#ifdef CONFIG_MCA
struct el3_mca_adapters_struct {
@@ -219,7 +237,7 @@
#endif /* CONFIG_ISAPNP || CONFIG_ISAPNP_MODULE */
static int nopnp;

-int __init el3_probe(struct net_device *dev)
+int __init el3_probe(struct net_device *dev, int card_idx)
{
struct el3_private *lp;
short lrs_state = 0xff, i;
@@ -486,12 +504,18 @@
memcpy(dev->dev_addr, phys_addr, sizeof(phys_addr));
dev->base_addr = ioaddr;
dev->irq = irq;
- dev->if_port = (dev->mem_start & 0x1f) ? dev->mem_start & 3 : if_port;
+
+ if (dev->mem_start & 0x05) { /* xcvr codes 1/3/4/12 */
+ dev->if_port = (dev->mem_start & 0x0f);
+ } else { /* xcvr codes 0/8 */
+ /* use eeprom value, but save user's full-duplex selection */
+ dev->if_port = (if_port | (dev->mem_start & 0x08) );
+ }

{
const char *if_names[] = {"10baseT", "AUI", "undefined", "BNC"};
printk("%s: 3c5x9 at %#3.3lx, %s port, address ",
- dev->name, dev->base_addr, if_names[dev->if_port]);
+ dev->name, dev->base_addr, if_names[(dev->if_port & 0x03)]);
}

/* Read in the station address. */
@@ -525,6 +549,16 @@
dev->watchdog_timeo = TX_TIMEOUT;
dev->do_ioctl = netdev_ioctl;

+#ifdef CONFIG_PM
+ /* register power management */
+ lp->pmdev = pm_register(PM_ISA_DEV, card_idx, el3_pm_callback);
+ if (lp->pmdev) {
+ struct pm_dev *p;
+ p = lp->pmdev;
+ p->data = (struct net_device *)dev;
+ }
+#endif
+
/* Fill in the generic fields of the device structure. */
ether_setup(dev);
return 0;
@@ -581,53 +615,7 @@
printk("%s: Opening, IRQ %d status@%x %4.4x.\n", dev->name,
dev->irq, ioaddr + EL3_STATUS, inw(ioaddr + EL3_STATUS));

- /* Activate board: this is probably unnecessary. */
- outw(0x0001, ioaddr + 4);
-
- /* Set the IRQ line. */
- outw((dev->irq << 12) | 0x0f00, ioaddr + WN0_IRQ);
-
- /* Set the station address in window 2 each time opened. */
- EL3WINDOW(2);
-
- for (i = 0; i < 6; i++)
- outb(dev->dev_addr[i], ioaddr + i);
-
- if (dev->if_port == 3)
- /* Start the thinnet transceiver. We should really wait 50ms...*/
- outw(StartCoax, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
- else if (dev->if_port == 0) {
- /* 10baseT interface, enabled link beat and jabber check. */
- EL3WINDOW(4);
- outw(inw(ioaddr + WN4_MEDIA) | MEDIA_TP, ioaddr + WN4_MEDIA);
- }
-
- /* Switch to the stats window, and clear all stats by reading. */
- outw(StatsDisable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
- EL3WINDOW(6);
- for (i = 0; i < 9; i++)
- inb(ioaddr + i);
- inw(ioaddr + 10);
- inw(ioaddr + 12);
-
- /* Switch to register set 1 for normal use. */
- EL3WINDOW(1);
-
- /* Accept b-case and phys addr only. */
- outw(SetRxFilter | RxStation | RxBroadcast, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
- outw(StatsEnable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD); /* Turn on statistics. */
-
- netif_start_queue(dev);
-
- outw(RxEnable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD); /* Enable the receiver. */
- outw(TxEnable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD); /* Enable transmitter. */
- /* Allow status bits to be seen. */
- outw(SetStatusEnb | 0xff, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
- /* Ack all pending events, and set active indicator mask. */
- outw(AckIntr | IntLatch | TxAvailable | RxEarly | IntReq,
- ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
- outw(SetIntrEnb | IntLatch|TxAvailable|TxComplete|RxComplete|StatsFull,
- ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+ el3_up(dev);

if (el3_debug > 3)
printk("%s: Opened 3c509 IRQ %d status %4.4x.\n",
@@ -986,23 +974,7 @@
if (el3_debug > 2)
printk("%s: Shutting down ethercard.\n", dev->name);

- netif_stop_queue(dev);
-
- /* Turn off statistics ASAP. We update lp->stats below. */
- outw(StatsDisable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
-
- /* Disable the receiver and transmitter. */
- outw(RxDisable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
- outw(TxDisable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
-
- if (dev->if_port == 3)
- /* Turn off thinnet power. Green! */
- outw(StopCoax, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
- else if (dev->if_port == 0) {
- /* Disable link beat and jabber, if_port may change ere next open(). */
- EL3WINDOW(4);
- outw(inw(ioaddr + WN4_MEDIA) & ~MEDIA_TP, ioaddr + WN4_MEDIA);
- }
+ el3_down(dev);

free_irq(dev->irq, dev);
/* Switching back to window 0 disables the IRQ. */
@@ -1010,7 +982,6 @@
/* But we explicitly zero the IRQ line select anyway. */
outw(0x0f00, ioaddr + WN0_IRQ);

- update_stats(dev);
return 0;
}

@@ -1092,16 +1063,198 @@

return rc;
}
-
+
+static void el3_down(struct net_device *dev)
+{
+ int ioaddr = dev->base_addr;
+
+ netif_stop_queue(dev);
+
+ /* Turn off statistics ASAP. We update lp->stats below. */
+ outw(StatsDisable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+
+ /* Disable the receiver and transmitter. */
+ outw(RxDisable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+ outw(TxDisable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+
+ if (dev->if_port == 3)
+ /* Turn off thinnet power. Green! */
+ outw(StopCoax, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+ else if (dev->if_port == 0) {
+ /* Disable link beat and jabber, if_port may change ere next open(). */
+ EL3WINDOW(4);
+ outw(inw(ioaddr + WN4_MEDIA) & ~MEDIA_TP, ioaddr + WN4_MEDIA);
+ }
+
+ outw(SetIntrEnb | 0x0000, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+
+ update_stats(dev);
+}
+
+static void el3_up(struct net_device *dev)
+{
+ int i, sw_info, net_diag;
+ int ioaddr = dev->base_addr;
+
+ /* Activating the board required and does no harm otherwise */
+ outw(0x0001, ioaddr + 4);
+
+ /* Set the IRQ line. */
+ outw((dev->irq << 12) | 0x0f00, ioaddr + WN0_IRQ);
+
+ /* Set the station address in window 2 each time opened. */
+ EL3WINDOW(2);
+
+ for (i = 0; i < 6; i++)
+ outb(dev->dev_addr[i], ioaddr + i);
+
+ if ((dev->if_port & 0x03) == 3) /* BNC interface */
+ /* Start the thinnet transceiver. We should really wait 50ms...*/
+ outw(StartCoax, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+ else if ((dev->if_port & 0x03) == 0) { /* 10baseT interface */
+ /* Combine secondary sw_info word (the adapter level) and primary
+ sw_info word (duplex setting plus other useless bits) */
+ EL3WINDOW(0);
+ sw_info = (read_eeprom(ioaddr, 0x14) & 0x400f) |
+ (read_eeprom(ioaddr, 0x0d) & 0xBff0);
+
+ EL3WINDOW(4);
+ net_diag = inw(ioaddr + WN4_NETDIAG);
+ net_diag = (net_diag | FD_ENABLE); /* temporarily assume full-duplex will be set */
+ printk("%s: ", dev->name);
+ switch (dev->if_port & 0x0c) {
+ case 12:
+ /* force full-duplex mode if 3c5x9b */
+ if (sw_info & 0x000f) {
+ printk("Forcing 3c5x9b full-duplex mode");
+ break;
+ }
+ case 8:
+ /* set full-duplex mode based on eeprom config setting */
+ if ((sw_info & 0x000f) && (sw_info & 0x8000)) {
+ printk("Setting 3c5x9b full-duplex mode (from EEPROM configuration bit)");
+ break;
+ }
+ default:
+ /* xcvr=(0 || 4) OR user has an old 3c5x9 non "B" model */
+ printk("Setting 3c5x9/3c5x9B half-duplex mode");
+ net_diag = (net_diag & ~FD_ENABLE); /* disable full duplex */
+ }
+
+ outw(net_diag, ioaddr + WN4_NETDIAG);
+ printk(" if_port: %d, sw_info: %4.4x\n", dev->if_port, sw_info);
+ if (el3_debug > 3)
+ printk("%s: 3c5x9 net diag word is now: %4.4x.\n", dev->name, net_diag);
+ /* Enable link beat and jabber check. */
+ outw(inw(ioaddr + WN4_MEDIA) | MEDIA_TP, ioaddr + WN4_MEDIA);
+ }
+
+ /* Switch to the stats window, and clear all stats by reading. */
+ outw(StatsDisable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+ EL3WINDOW(6);
+ for (i = 0; i < 9; i++)
+ inb(ioaddr + i);
+ inw(ioaddr + 10);
+ inw(ioaddr + 12);
+
+ /* Switch to register set 1 for normal use. */
+ EL3WINDOW(1);
+
+ /* Accept b-case and phys addr only. */
+ outw(SetRxFilter | RxStation | RxBroadcast, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+ outw(StatsEnable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD); /* Turn on statistics. */
+
+ outw(RxEnable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD); /* Enable the receiver. */
+ outw(TxEnable, ioaddr + EL3_CMD); /* Enable transmitter. */
+ /* Allow status bits to be seen. */
+ outw(SetStatusEnb | 0xff, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+ /* Ack all pending events, and set active indicator mask. */
+ outw(AckIntr | IntLatch | TxAvailable | RxEarly | IntReq,
+ ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+ outw(SetIntrEnb | IntLatch|TxAvailable|TxComplete|RxComplete|StatsFull,
+ ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+
+ netif_start_queue(dev);
+}
+
+/* Power Management support functions */
+#ifdef CONFIG_PM
+
+static int el3_suspend(struct pm_dev *pdev)
+{
+ unsigned long flags;
+ struct net_device *dev;
+ struct el3_private *lp;
+ int ioaddr;
+
+ if (!pdev && !pdev->data)
+ return -EINVAL;
+
+ dev = (struct net_device *)pdev->data;
+ lp = (struct el3_private *)dev->priv;
+ ioaddr = dev->base_addr;
+
+ spin_lock_irqsave(&lp->lock, flags);
+
+ if (netif_running(dev))
+ netif_device_detach(dev);
+
+ el3_down(dev);
+ outw(PowerDown, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+
+ spin_unlock_irqrestore(&lp->lock, flags);
+ return 0;
+}
+
+static int el3_resume(struct pm_dev *pdev)
+{
+ unsigned long flags;
+ struct net_device *dev;
+ struct el3_private *lp;
+ int ioaddr;
+
+ if (!pdev && !pdev->data)
+ return -EINVAL;
+
+ dev = (struct net_device *)pdev->data;
+ lp = (struct el3_private *)dev->priv;
+ ioaddr = dev->base_addr;
+
+ spin_lock_irqsave(&lp->lock, flags);
+
+ outw(PowerUp, ioaddr + EL3_CMD);
+ el3_up(dev);
+
+ if (netif_running(dev))
+ netif_device_attach(dev);
+
+ spin_unlock_irqrestore(&lp->lock, flags);
+ return 0;
+}
+
+static int el3_pm_callback(struct pm_dev *pdev, pm_request_t rqst, void *data)
+{
+ switch (rqst) {
+ case PM_SUSPEND:
+ return el3_suspend(pdev);
+
+ case PM_RESUME:
+ return el3_resume(pdev);
+ }
+ return 0;
+}
+
+#endif /* CONFIG_PM */
+
#ifdef MODULE
/* Parameters that may be passed into the module. */
static int debug = -1;
static int irq[] = {-1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1};
-static int xcvr[] = {-1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1};
+static int xcvr[] = {-1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1};

MODULE_PARM(debug,"i");
MODULE_PARM(irq,"1-8i");
-MODULE_PARM(xcvr,"1-8i");
+MODULE_PARM(xcvr,"1-12i");
MODULE_PARM(max_interrupt_work, "i");
MODULE_PARM_DESC(debug, "EtherLink III debug level (0-6)");
MODULE_PARM_DESC(irq, "EtherLink III IRQ number(s) (assigned)");
@@ -1121,7 +1274,7 @@
el3_debug = debug;

el3_root_dev = NULL;
- while (el3_probe(0) == 0) {
+ while (el3_probe(0, el3_cards) == 0) {
if (irq[el3_cards] > 1)
el3_root_dev->irq = irq[el3_cards];
if (xcvr[el3_cards] >= 0)
@@ -1143,7 +1296,12 @@
#ifdef CONFIG_MCA
if(lp->mca_slot!=-1)
mca_mark_as_unused(lp->mca_slot);
-#endif
+#endif
+
+#ifdef CONFIG_PM
+ if (lp->pmdev)
+ pm_unregister(lp->pmdev);
+#endif
next_dev = lp->next_dev;
unregister_netdev(el3_root_dev);
release_region(el3_root_dev->base_addr, EL3_IO_EXTENT);

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