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SubjectRe: Patch of a new driver for kernel 2.4.x that need review
On Wed, 6 Jul 2005 14:14:44 -0700 Mark Gross wrote:

| On Wednesday 22 June 2005 08:12, Bouchard, Sebastien wrote:
| > Hi,
| >
| > Here is a driver (only for 2.4.x) I've done to provide support of a
| > hardware module (available on some ATCA board) used with telecom expension
| > card on the new ATCA platform. This module provide redundant reference
| > clock for telecom hardware with alarm handling when there is a new event
| > (ex.: one of the ref clock is gone).
| > This char driver provide IOCTL for configuration of this module and
| > interrupt handler for processing alarm events.
| >
| > I send this driver so people in this mailing list can do a review of the
| > code.
| >
| > Please reply me directly to my email, i'm not subscribed to the mailing
| > list.
| >
| > Thanks
| > Sebastien Bouchard
| > Software designer
| > Kontron Canada Inc.
| > <mailto:sebastien.bouchard@ca.kontron.com>
| > <http://www.kontron.com/>
|
| I'm helping out a bit with the maintaining of this driver for Sebastien.
| The following is a 2.6.12 port of Sebastien's 2.4 driver.

I'd be surprised if Marcelo was taking new drivers for 2.4.x.

2.6.x driver comments below.

| diff -urN -X dontdiff_osdl vanilla/linux-2.6.12/drivers/char/Kconfig linux-2.6.12/drivers/char/Kconfig
| --- vanilla/linux-2.6.12/drivers/char/Kconfig 2005-06-17 12:48:29.000000000 -0700
| +++ linux-2.6.12/drivers/char/Kconfig 2005-07-06 13:25:18.585951744 -0700
| @@ -998,5 +998,16 @@
|
| source "drivers/char/tpm/Kconfig"
|
| +config TELCLOCK
| + tristate "Telecom clock driver for ATCA"
| + depends on EXPERIMENTAL
| + default n
| + help
| + The telecom clock device allows direct userspace access to the
| + configuration of the telecom clock configuration settings.
| + This device is used for hardware synchronization across the ATCA
| + back plane fabric.

usually: backplane

| +
| +

Just 1 blank line, please.

| endmenu
|

| diff -urN -X dontdiff_osdl vanilla/linux-2.6.12/drivers/char/tlclk.c linux-2.6.12/drivers/char/tlclk.c
| --- vanilla/linux-2.6.12/drivers/char/tlclk.c 1969-12-31 16:00:00.000000000 -0800
| +++ linux-2.6.12/drivers/char/tlclk.c 2005-07-06 13:25:18.600949464 -0700
| @@ -0,0 +1,447 @@
| +/*
| + * Telecom Clock driver for Wainwright board
| + *
| + * Copyright (C) 2005 Kontron Canada
| + *
| + * All rights reserved.
| + *
| + * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
| + * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
| + * the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at
| + * your option) any later version.
| + *
| + * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
| + * WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
| + * MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, GOOD TITLE or
| + * NON INFRINGEMENT. See the GNU General Public License for more
| + * details.
| + *
| + * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
| + * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
| + * Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
| + *
| + * Send feedback to <sebastien.bouchard@ca.kontron.com>
| + *
| + * Description : This is the TELECOM CLOCK module driver for the ATCA platform.
| + */
| +#ifndef __KERNEL__
| +# define __KERNEL__
| +#endif

Not needed.

| +
| +#include <linux/config.h>
| +#include <linux/module.h>
| +#include <linux/init.h>
| +#include <linux/sched.h>
| +#include <linux/kernel.h> /* printk() */
| +#include <linux/fs.h> /* everything... */
| +#include <linux/errno.h> /* error codes */
| +#include <linux/delay.h> /* udelay */
| +#include <asm/uaccess.h>

Try to put all <asm> includes after the <linux> includes
unless it's not possible for some reason.

| +#include <linux/slab.h>
| +#include <linux/ioport.h>
| +#include <linux/devfs_fs_kernel.h> /* Devfs support */

Devfs is being removed this month...

| +#include <linux/interrupt.h>
| +#include <linux/spinlock.h>
| +#include <linux/timer.h>
| +#include <asm/io.h> /* inb/outb */
| +
| +#include "tlclk.h" /* TELECOM IOCTL DEFINE */
| +
| +MODULE_AUTHOR("Sebastien Bouchard <sebastien.bouchard@ca.kontron.com>");
| +MODULE_LICENSE("GPL");
| +
| +/* Telecom clock I/O register definition */
| +#define TLCLK_BASE 0xa08
| +#define TLCLK_REG0 TLCLK_BASE
| +#define TLCLK_REG1 (TLCLK_BASE+1)
| +#define TLCLK_REG2 (TLCLK_BASE+2)
| +#define TLCLK_REG3 (TLCLK_BASE+3)
| +#define TLCLK_REG4 (TLCLK_BASE+4)
| +#define TLCLK_REG5 (TLCLK_BASE+5)
| +#define TLCLK_REG6 (TLCLK_BASE+6)
| +#define TLCLK_REG7 (TLCLK_BASE+7)
| +
| +#define SET_PORT_BITS(port, mask, val) outb(((inb(port) & mask) | val), port)
| +
| +/* 0 = Dynamic allocation of the major device number */
| +#define TLCLK_MAJOR 252
| +
| +/* Contain the interrupt used for telecom clock */

eh? contains? this is self-evident, drop it.

| +static unsigned int telclk_interrupt;
| +
| +static int int_events; /* Event that generate a interrupt */
| +static int got_event; /* if events processing have been done */
| +
| +static struct timer_list switchover_timer;
| +
| +struct tlclk_alarms *alarm_events;
| +
| +spinlock_t event_lock = SPIN_LOCK_UNLOCKED;

Use
DEFINE_SPINLOCK(event_lock);

| +
| +/* DEVFS support or not */

Drop it, going away.

| +#ifdef CONFIG_DEVFS_FS
| +devfs_handle_t devfs_handle;
| +#else
| +static int tlclk_major = TLCLK_MAJOR;
| +#endif
| +
| +static void switchover_timeout(unsigned long data);
| +irqreturn_t tlclk_interrupt(int irq, void *dev_id, struct pt_regs *regs);
| +
| +DECLARE_WAIT_QUEUE_HEAD(wq);
| +/*
| +* Function : Module I/O functions
| +* Description : Almost all the control stuff is done here, check I/O dn for
| +* help.

Please just use kerneldoc comment format.

| +*/
| +static int
| +tlclk_ioctl(struct inode *inode,
| + struct file *filp, unsigned int cmd, unsigned long arg)
| +{
| + unsigned long flags;
| + unsigned char val;

Blank line between data and code, please.

Of course, as has been mentioned many times on lkml, we are trying
not to add new ioctls to Linux. sysfs is preferred (or some other
fs, but not procfs). If ioctls are the only possibility here,
it needs some justification.

| + val = (unsigned char) arg;
| +
| + if (_IOC_TYPE(cmd) != TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC)
| + return -ENOTTY;
| +
| + if (_IOC_NR(cmd) > TLCLK_IOC_MAXNR)
| + return -ENOTTY;
| +
| + switch (cmd) {
| + case IOCTL_RESET:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG4, 0xfd, val);

Where do all of these magic values like 0xfd come from
and what do they mean?

| + break;
| + case IOCTL_MODE_SELECT:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xcf, val);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_REFALIGN:
| + /* GENERATING 0 to 1 transistion */
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xf7, 0);
| + udelay(2);
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xf7, 0x08);
| + udelay(2);
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xf7, 0);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_HARDWARE_SWITCHING:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0x7f, val);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_HARDWARE_SWITCHING_MODE:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xbf, val);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_FILTER_SELECT:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xfb, val);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_SELECT_REF_FREQUENCY:
| + spin_lock_irqsave(&event_lock, flags);
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG1, 0xfd, val);
| + spin_unlock_irqrestore(&event_lock, flags);
| + break;

Why do some of these need spinlocks (above and below) while
others don't?
Aha, the interrupt handler uses REG2, REG6, and REG1.
So do the other users of REG2 and REG1 below also need
spinlocks?

| + case IOCTL_SELECT_REDUNDANT_CLOCK:
| + spin_lock_irqsave(&event_lock, flags);
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG1, 0xfe, val);
| + spin_unlock_irqrestore(&event_lock, flags);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_SELECT_AMCB1_TRANSMIT_CLOCK:
| + if ((val == CLK_8kHz) || (val == CLK_16_384MHz)) {
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG3, 0xf8, 0x5);
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG1, 0xfb, ~val);
| + } else if (val >= CLK_8_592MHz) {
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG3, 0xf8, 0x7);
| + switch (val) {
| + case CLK_8_592MHz:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xfc, 1);
| + break;
| + case CLK_11_184MHz:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xfc, 0);
| + break;
| + case CLK_34_368MHz:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xfc, 3);
| + break;
| + case CLK_44_736MHz:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xfc, 2);
| + break;
| + }
| + } else
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG3, 0xf8, val);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_SELECT_AMCB2_TRANSMIT_CLOCK:
| + if ((val == CLK_8kHz) || (val == CLK_16_384MHz)) {
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG3, 0xc7, 0x28);
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG1, 0xfb, ~val);
| + } else if (val >= CLK_8_592MHz) {
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG3, 0xc7, 0x38);
| + switch (val) {
| + case CLK_8_592MHz:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xfc, 1);
| + break;
| + case CLK_11_184MHz:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xfc, 0);
| + break;
| + case CLK_34_368MHz:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xfc, 3);
| + break;
| + case CLK_44_736MHz:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG0, 0xfc, 2);
| + break;
| + }
| + } else
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG3, 0xc7, val << 3);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_TEST_MODE:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG4, 0xfd, 2);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_ENABLE_CLKA0_OUTPUT:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG2, 0xfe, val);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_ENABLE_CLKB0_OUTPUT:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG2, 0xfd, val << 1);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_ENABLE_CLKA1_OUTPUT:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG2, 0xfb, val << 2);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_ENABLE_CLKB1_OUTPUT:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG2, 0xf7, val << 3);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_ENABLE_CLK3A_OUTPUT:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG3, 0xbf, val << 6);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_ENABLE_CLK3B_OUTPUT:
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG3, 0x7f, val << 7);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_READ_ALARMS:
| + return (inb(TLCLK_REG2) & 0xf0);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_READ_INTERRUPT_SWITCH:
| + return inb(TLCLK_REG6);
| + break;
| + case IOCTL_READ_CURRENT_REF:
| + return ((inb(TLCLK_REG1) & 0x08) >> 3);
| + break;
| + }
| +
| + return 0;
| +}
| +
| +/*
| +* Function : Module Opening
| +* Description : Called when a program open the
| +* /dev/telclock file related to the module.

Use kerneldoc format.

| +*/
| +static int
| +tlclk_open(struct inode *inode, struct file *filp)
| +{
| + int result;

Blank line here.

| + /* Make sure there is no interrupt pending will
.......................................... while ??

| + * initialising interrupt handler */
| + inb(TLCLK_REG6);
| +
| + result = request_irq(telclk_interrupt, &tlclk_interrupt,
| + SA_SHIRQ, "telclock", tlclk_interrupt);
| + printk("\ntelclock: Reserving IRQ%d...\n", telclk_interrupt);

KERN_DEBUG ?? or some KERN_ level.

| + if (result == -EBUSY) {
| + printk(KERN_ERR
| + "telclock: Interrupt can't be reserved!\n");

This printk is where the interrupt number is needed.
The other one (above) is just debug info and not really needed.

| + return -EBUSY;
| + }
| + inb(TLCLK_REG6); /* Clear interrupt events */
| + return 0;
| +}
| +
| +/*
| +* Function : Module Releasing
| +* Description : Called when a program stop using the module.

Use kerneldoc format, please.

| +*/
| +static int
| +tlclk_release(struct inode *inode, struct file *filp)
| +{
| + free_irq(telclk_interrupt, tlclk_interrupt);

Extra tab ^ here.

| + return 0;
| +}
| +
| +ssize_t
| +tlclk_read(struct file * filp, char *buf, size_t count, loff_t * f_pos)

buf is __user, right?
Oh, use '*' consistently, like *filp & *f_pos.
Please run thru sparse.

| +{
| + int count0 = sizeof(struct tlclk_alarms);

Blank line here.

| + wait_event_interruptible(wq, got_event);
| + if (copy_to_user(buf, alarm_events, sizeof(struct tlclk_alarms)))
| + return -EFAULT;
| +
| + memset(alarm_events, 0, sizeof(struct tlclk_alarms));
| + got_event = 0;
| +
| + return count0;
| +}
| +
| +ssize_t
| +tlclk_write(struct file * filp, const char *buf, size_t count, loff_t * f_pos)

Make buf __user.

| +{
| + return 0;
| +}
| +
| +/*
| +* This is where you set what function is called when an action is done to your
| +* /dev file.
| +*/
| +static struct file_operations tlclk_fops = {
| + .read = tlclk_read,
| + .write = tlclk_write,
| + .ioctl = tlclk_ioctl,
| + .open = tlclk_open,
| + .release = tlclk_release,
| +
| +};
| +/*
| +* Function : Module Initialisation
| +* Description : Called at module loading,
| +* all the OS registering stuff is her

Please use kerneldoc format instead.

| +*/
| +static int __init
| +tlclk_init(void)
| +{
| +/* DEVFS or NOT? */

Drop devfs code.

| +#ifdef CONFIG_DEVFS_FS
| + devfs_handle = devfs_register(NULL, "telclock",
| + DEVFS_FL_AUTO_DEVNUM, TLCLK_MAJOR,
| + 0,
| + S_IFCHR | S_IRUGO | S_IWUGO,
| + &tlclk_fops, NULL);
| + if (!devfs_handle)
| + goto out1;
| +#else
| + tlclk_major = register_chrdev(tlclk_major, "telclock", &tlclk_fops);
| +
| + if (tlclk_major < 0) {
| + printk(KERN_ERR "telclock: can't get major! %d\n", tlclk_major);
| + return tlclk_major;
| + }
| +#endif
| +
| + alarm_events = kmalloc(sizeof(struct tlclk_alarms), GFP_KERNEL);

Use kcalloc() to alloc and clear (drop the memset below).

| +
| + if (!alarm_events)
| + goto out1;
| +
| + memset(alarm_events, 0, sizeof(struct tlclk_alarms));
| +
| +/* Read telecom clock IRQ number (Set by BIOS) */
| +
| + printk(KERN_WARNING "telclock: Reserving I/O region...\n");

That shouldn't be a WARNING. It's debug, but could be dropped completely.

| +
| + if ( !request_region(TLCLK_BASE, 8, "telclock") ) {
| + printk(KERN_ERR "telclock: request_region failed!\n");

Ah, but add the failing I/O base address to this printk.

| + goto out2;
| + }
| + telclk_interrupt = (inb(TLCLK_REG7) & 0x0f);
| +
| + init_timer(&switchover_timer);
| + switchover_timer.function = switchover_timeout;
| + switchover_timer.data = 0;
| +
| + return 0;
| +out2:
| + kfree(alarm_events);
| +out1:
| + return -EBUSY;
| +}
| +
| +/*
| +* Function : Module Cleaning
| +* Description : Called when unloading the module

Use kerneldoc format.

| +*/
| +static void __exit
| +tlclk_cleanup(void)
| +{
| +#ifdef CONFIG_DEVFS_FS
| + devfs_unregister(devfs_handle);
| +#else
| + unregister_chrdev(tlclk_major, "telclock");
| +#endif

Drop devfs support.

| + release_region(TLCLK_BASE, 8);
| + del_timer_sync(&switchover_timer);
| + kfree(alarm_events);
| +
| +}
| +static void
| +switchover_timeout(unsigned long data)
| +{
| + if ((data & 1)) {
| + if ((inb(TLCLK_REG1) & 0x08) != (data & 0x08))
| + alarm_events->switchover_primary++;
| + } else {
| + if ((inb(TLCLK_REG1) & 0x08) != (data & 0x08))
| + alarm_events->switchover_secondary++;
| + }
| +
| + /* Alarm processing is done, wake up read task */
| + del_timer(&switchover_timer);
| + got_event = 1;
| + wake_up(&wq);
| +}
| +/*
| +* Function : Interrupt Handler
| +* Description :

Use kerneldoc format.

| +*/
| +irqreturn_t
| +tlclk_interrupt(int irq, void *dev_id, struct pt_regs *regs)
| +{
| + unsigned long flags;

Blank line here.

| + spin_lock_irqsave(&event_lock, flags);
| + /* Read and clear interrupt events */
| + int_events = inb(TLCLK_REG6);
| + spin_unlock_irqrestore(&event_lock, flags);
| +
| + /* Primary_Los changed from 0 to 1 ? */
| + if (int_events & PRI_LOS_01_MASK) {
| + if (inb(TLCLK_REG2) & SEC_LOST_MASK)
| + alarm_events->lost_clocks++;
| + else
| + alarm_events->lost_primary_clock++;
| + }
| +
| + /* Primary_Los changed from 1 to 0 ? */
| + if (int_events & PRI_LOS_10_MASK) {
| + alarm_events->primary_clock_back++;
| + spin_lock_irqsave(&event_lock, flags);
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG1, 0xFE, 1);
| + spin_unlock_irqrestore(&event_lock, flags);
| + }
| + /* Secondary_Los changed from 0 to 1 ? */
| + if (int_events & SEC_LOS_01_MASK) {
| + if (inb(TLCLK_REG2) & PRI_LOST_MASK)
| + alarm_events->lost_clocks++;
| + else
| + alarm_events->lost_secondary_clock++;
| + }
| + /* Secondary_Los changed from 1 to 0 ? */
| + if (int_events & SEC_LOS_10_MASK) {
| + alarm_events->secondary_clock_back++;
| + spin_lock_irqsave(&event_lock, flags);
| + SET_PORT_BITS(TLCLK_REG1, 0xFE, 0);
| + spin_unlock_irqrestore(&event_lock, flags);
| + }
| + if (int_events & HOLDOVER_10_MASK)
| + alarm_events->pll_end_holdover++;
| +
| + if (int_events & UNLOCK_01_MASK)
| + alarm_events->pll_lost_sync++;
| +
| + if (int_events & UNLOCK_10_MASK)
| + alarm_events->pll_sync++;
| +
| + /* Holdover changed from 0 to 1 ? */
| + if (int_events & HOLDOVER_01_MASK) {
| + alarm_events->pll_holdover++;
| +
| + switchover_timer.expires = jiffies + 1; /* TIMEOUT in ~10ms */
| + switchover_timer.data = inb(TLCLK_REG1);
| + add_timer(&switchover_timer);
| + } else {
| + got_event = 1;
| + wake_up(&wq);
| + }
| + return IRQ_HANDLED;

Since the interrupt is allocated as shared, is there any checking
for whether the interrupt actually belonged to this hardware?
and return IRQ_NONE if not for this interrupt handler...

| +}
| +
| +module_init(tlclk_init);
| +module_exit(tlclk_cleanup);
| diff -urN -X dontdiff_osdl vanilla/linux-2.6.12/drivers/char/tlclk.h linux-2.6.12/drivers/char/tlclk.h
| --- vanilla/linux-2.6.12/drivers/char/tlclk.h 1969-12-31 16:00:00.000000000 -0800
| +++ linux-2.6.12/drivers/char/tlclk.h 2005-07-06 13:25:18.607948400 -0700
| @@ -0,0 +1,167 @@
| +/*
| + * Telecom Clock driver for Wainwright board
| + *
| + * Copyright (C) 2005 Kontron Canada
| + *
| + * All rights reserved.
| + */
| +
| +/* Ioctl definitions */
| +
| +/* Use 0xA1 as magic number */
| +#define TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC 0xA1

Add this to Documentation/magic-number.txt .

| +
| +/*Hardware Reset of the PLL */
| +
| +#define RESET_ON 0x00
| +#define RESET_OFF 0x01

Please use TAB to align the numeric values.

| +#define IOCTL_RESET _IO(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 1)
| +
| +#define IOCTL_REFALIGN _IO(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 2)
| +
| +/* MODE SELECT */

Lots of these ALL CAPS headings are too much like shouting.

| +
| +#define NORMAL_MODE 0x00
| +#define HOLDOVER_MODE 0x10
| +#define FREERUN_MODE 0x20

Align numeric values... (more below [not marked]).

| +
| +#define IOCTL_MODE_SELECT _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 3, char)
| +
| +/* FILTER SELECT */
| +
| +#define FILTER_6HZ 0x04
| +#define FILTER_12HZ 0x00
| +
| +#define IOCTL_FILTER_SELECT _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 4, char)
| +
| +/* SELECT REFERENCE FREQUENCY */
| +
| +#define REF_CLK1_8kHz 0x00
| +#define REF_CLK2_19_44MHz 0x02
| +
| +#define IOCTL_SELECT_REF_FREQUENCY _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 6, char)
| +
| +/* Select primary or secondary redundant clock */
| +
| +#define PRIMARY_CLOCK 0x00
| +#define SECONDARY_CLOCK 0x01
| +#define IOCTL_SELECT_REDUNDANT_CLOCK _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 7, char)
| +
| +/* CLOCK TRANSMISSION DEFINE */
| +
| +#define CLK_8kHz 0xff
| +#define CLK_16_384MHz 0xfb
| +
| +#define CLK_1_544MHz 0x00
| +#define CLK_2_048MHz 0x01
| +#define CLK_4_096MHz 0x02
| +#define CLK_6_312MHz 0x03
| +#define CLK_8_192MHz 0x04
| +#define CLK_19_440MHz 0x06
| +
| +#define CLK_8_592MHz 0x08
| +#define CLK_11_184MHz 0x09
| +#define CLK_34_368MHz 0x0b
| +#define CLK_44_736MHz 0x0a
| +
| +#define IOCTL_SELECT_AMCB1_TRANSMIT_CLOCK _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 9, char)
| +#define IOCTL_SELECT_AMCB2_TRANSMIT_CLOCK _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 10, char)
| +
| +/* RECEIVED REFERENCE */
| +
| +#define AMC_B1 0
| +#define AMC_B2 1
| +
| +#define IOCTL_SELECT_RECEIVED_REF_CLK3A _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 11, char)
| +#define IOCTL_SELECT_RECEIVED_REF_CLK3B _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 12, char)
| +
| +/* OEM COMMAND - NOT IN FINAL VERSION */
| +
| +#define IOCTL_TEST_MODE _IO(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 13)
| +
| +/* HARDWARE SWITCHING DEFINE */
| +
| +#define HW_ENABLE 0x80
| +#define HW_DISABLE 0x00
| +
| +#define IOCTL_HARDWARE_SWITCHING _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 14, char)
| +
| +/* HARDWARE SWITCHING MODE DEFINE */
| +
| +#define PLL_HOLDOVER 0x40
| +#define LOST_CLOCK 0x00
| +
| +#define IOCTL_HARDWARE_SWITCHING_MODE _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 15, char)
| +
| +/* CLOCK OUTPUT DEFINE */
| +
| +#define IOCTL_ENABLE_CLKA0_OUTPUT _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 16, char)
| +#define IOCTL_ENABLE_CLKB0_OUTPUT _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 17, char)
| +#define IOCTL_ENABLE_CLKA1_OUTPUT _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 18, char)
| +#define IOCTL_ENABLE_CLKB1_OUTPUT _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 19, char)
| +
| +#define IOCTL_ENABLE_CLK3A_OUTPUT _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 20, char)
| +#define IOCTL_ENABLE_CLK3B_OUTPUT _IOR(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 21, char)
| +
| +/* ALARMS DEFINE */
| +
| +#define UNLOCK_MASK 0x10
| +#define HOLDOVER_MASK 0x20
| +#define SEC_LOST_MASK 0x40
| +#define PRI_LOST_MASK 0x80
| +
| +#define IOCTL_READ_ALARMS _IO(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 22)

Why is READ_ALARMS not an _IOR() ?

| +
| +/* INTERRUPT CAUSE DEFINE */
| +
| +#define PRI_LOS_01_MASK 0x01
| +#define PRI_LOS_10_MASK 0x02
| +
| +#define SEC_LOS_01_MASK 0x04
| +#define SEC_LOS_10_MASK 0x08
| +
| +#define HOLDOVER_01_MASK 0x10
| +#define HOLDOVER_10_MASK 0x20
| +
| +#define UNLOCK_01_MASK 0x40
| +#define UNLOCK_10_MASK 0x80
| +
| +#define IOCTL_READ_INTERRUPT_SWITCH _IO(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 23)
| +
| +#define IOCTL_READ_CURRENT_REF _IO(TLCLK_IOC_MAGIC, 25)

Why are these 2 not _IOR() ?

| +
| +/* MAX NUMBER OF IOCTL */
| +#define TLCLK_IOC_MAXNR 25
| +
| +struct tlclk_alarms {
| + unsigned int lost_clocks;
| + unsigned int lost_primary_clock;
| + unsigned int lost_secondary_clock;
| + unsigned int primary_clock_back;
| + unsigned int secondary_clock_back;
| + unsigned int switchover_primary;
| + unsigned int switchover_secondary;
| + unsigned int pll_holdover;
| + unsigned int pll_end_holdover;
| + unsigned int pll_lost_sync;
| + unsigned int pll_sync;
| +};
| +
| -

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~Randy
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