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SubjectRe: [PATCH 3/6] myri10ge - Driver header files
On Wed, 10 May 2006 23:36:18 +0200
Brice Goglin <brice@myri.com> wrote:

> [PATCH 3/6] myri10ge - Driver header files
>
> myri10ge driver header files.
> myri10ge_mcp.h is the generic header, while myri10ge_mcp_gen_header.h
> is automatically generated from our firmware image.

Then clean it up after the auto generation.
Auto generated code still gets maintained by humans.

> Signed-off-by: Brice Goglin <brice@myri.com>
> Signed-off-by: Andrew J. Gallatin <gallatin@myri.com>
>
> myri10ge_mcp.h | 233 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> myri10ge_mcp_gen_header.h | 73 ++++++++++++++
> 2 files changed, 306 insertions(+)
>
> --- /dev/null 2006-04-21 00:45:09.064430000 -0700
> +++ linux-mm/drivers/net/myri10ge/myri10ge_mcp.h 2006-04-21 08:20:59.000000000 -0700
> @@ -0,0 +1,233 @@
> +#ifndef _myri10ge_mcp_h
> +#define _myri10ge_mcp_h
> +
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_MAJOR 1
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_MINOR 4
> +

Major/Minor for what. You don't have a character device.

> +#ifdef MYRI10GE_MCP
> +typedef signed char int8_t;
> +typedef signed short int16_t;
> +typedef signed int int32_t;
> +typedef signed long long int64_t;
> +typedef unsigned char uint8_t;
> +typedef unsigned short uint16_t;
> +typedef unsigned int uint32_t;
> +typedef unsigned long long uint64_t;
> +#endif

Use u8 u16 u32


> +/* 8 Bytes */
> +typedef struct
> +{
> + uint32_t high;
> + uint32_t low;
> +} mcp_dma_addr_t;

Run this through scripts/Lindent and get indentation right

> +/* 16 Bytes */
> +typedef struct
> +{
> + uint16_t checksum;
> + uint16_t length;
> +} mcp_slot_t;
> +
> +/* 64 Bytes */
> +typedef struct
> +{
> + uint32_t cmd;
> + uint32_t data0; /* will be low portion if data > 32 bits */
> + /* 8 */
> + uint32_t data1; /* will be high portion if data > 32 bits */
> + uint32_t data2; /* currently unused.. */
> + /* 16 */
> + mcp_dma_addr_t response_addr;
> + /* 24 */
> + uint8_t pad[40];
> +} mcp_cmd_t;
> +
> +/* 8 Bytes */
> +typedef struct
> +{
> + uint32_t data;
> + uint32_t result;
> +} mcp_cmd_response_t;
> +
> +
> +
> +/*
> + flags used in mcp_kreq_ether_send_t:
> +
> + The SMALL flag is only needed in the first segment. It is raised
> + for packets that are total less or equal 512 bytes.
> +
> + The CKSUM flag must be set in all segments.
> +
> + The PADDED flags is set if the packet needs to be padded, and it
> + must be set for all segments.
> +
> + The MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_FLAGS_ALIGN_ODD must be set if the cumulative
> + length of all previous segments was odd.
> +*/
> +
> +
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_FLAGS_SMALL 0x1
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_FLAGS_TSO_HDR 0x1
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_FLAGS_FIRST 0x2
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_FLAGS_ALIGN_ODD 0x4
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_FLAGS_CKSUM 0x8
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_FLAGS_TSO_LAST 0x8
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_FLAGS_NO_TSO 0x10
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_FLAGS_TSO_CHOP 0x10
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_FLAGS_TSO_PLD 0x20
> +
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_SEND_SMALL_SIZE 1520
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_MAX_MTU 9400
> +
> +typedef union mcp_pso_or_cumlen
> +{
> + uint16_t pseudo_hdr_offset;
> + uint16_t cum_len;
> +} mcp_pso_or_cumlen_t;
> +
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_MAX_SEND_DESC 12
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_ETHER_PAD 2
> +
> +/* 16 Bytes */
> +typedef struct
> +{
> + uint32_t addr_high;
> + uint32_t addr_low;
> + uint16_t pseudo_hdr_offset;
> + uint16_t length;
> + uint8_t pad;
> + uint8_t rdma_count;
> + uint8_t cksum_offset; /* where to start computing cksum */
> + uint8_t flags; /* as defined above */
> +} mcp_kreq_ether_send_t;
> +
> +/* 8 Bytes */
> +typedef struct
> +{
> + uint32_t addr_high;
> + uint32_t addr_low;
> +} mcp_kreq_ether_recv_t;
> +
> +
> +/* Commands */
> +
> +#define MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_OFFSET 0xf80000
> +
> +typedef enum {
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_NONE = 0,
> + /* Reset the mcp, it is left in a safe state, waiting
> + for the driver to set all its parameters */
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_RESET,
> +
> + /* get the version number of the current firmware..
> + (may be available in the eeprom strings..? */
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_GET_MCP_VERSION,
> +
> +
> + /* Parameters which must be set by the driver before it can
> + issue MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_ETHERNET_UP. They persist until the next
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_RESET is issued */
> +
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_SET_INTRQ_DMA,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_SET_BIG_BUFFER_SIZE, /* in bytes, power of 2 */
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_SET_SMALL_BUFFER_SIZE, /* in bytes */
> +
> +
> + /* Parameters which refer to lanai SRAM addresses where the
> + driver must issue PIO writes for various things */
> +
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_GET_SEND_OFFSET,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_GET_SMALL_RX_OFFSET,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_GET_BIG_RX_OFFSET,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_GET_IRQ_ACK_OFFSET,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_GET_IRQ_DEASSERT_OFFSET,
> +
> + /* Parameters which refer to rings stored on the MCP,
> + and whose size is controlled by the mcp */
> +
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_GET_SEND_RING_SIZE, /* in bytes */
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_GET_RX_RING_SIZE, /* in bytes */
> +
> + /* Parameters which refer to rings stored in the host,
> + and whose size is controlled by the host. Note that
> + all must be physically contiguous and must contain
> + a power of 2 number of entries. */
> +
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_SET_INTRQ_SIZE, /* in bytes */
> +
> + /* command to bring ethernet interface up. Above parameters
> + (plus mtu & mac address) must have been exchanged prior
> + to issuing this command */
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_ETHERNET_UP,
> +
> + /* command to bring ethernet interface down. No further sends
> + or receives may be processed until an MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_ETHERNET_UP
> + is issued, and all interrupt queues must be flushed prior
> + to ack'ing this command */
> +
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_ETHERNET_DOWN,
> +
> + /* commands the driver may issue live, without resetting
> + the nic. Note that increasing the mtu "live" should
> + only be done if the driver has already supplied buffers
> + sufficiently large to handle the new mtu. Decreasing
> + the mtu live is safe */
> +
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_SET_MTU,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_GET_INTR_COAL_DELAY_OFFSET, /* in microseconds */
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_SET_STATS_INTERVAL, /* in microseconds */
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_SET_STATS_DMA,
> +
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_ENABLE_PROMISC,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_DISABLE_PROMISC,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_SET_MAC_ADDRESS,
> +
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_ENABLE_FLOW_CONTROL,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_DISABLE_FLOW_CONTROL,
> +
> + /* do a DMA test
> + data0,data1 = DMA address
> + data2 = RDMA length (MSH), WDMA length (LSH)
> + command return data = repetitions (MSH), 0.5-ms ticks (LSH)
> + */
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_DMA_TEST
> +} myri10ge_mcp_cmd_type_t;
> +
> +
> +typedef enum {
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_OK = 0,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_UNKNOWN,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_ERROR_RANGE,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_ERROR_BUSY,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_ERROR_EMPTY,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_ERROR_CLOSED,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_ERROR_HASH_ERROR,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_ERROR_BAD_PORT,
> + MYRI10GE_MCP_CMD_ERROR_RESOURCES
> +} myri10ge_mcp_cmd_status_t;
> +
> +
> +/* 32 Bytes */
> +typedef struct
> +{
> + uint32_t send_done_count;
> +
> + uint32_t link_up;
> + uint32_t dropped_link_overflow;
> + uint32_t dropped_link_error_or_filtered;
> + uint32_t dropped_runt;
> + uint32_t dropped_overrun;
> + uint32_t dropped_no_small_buffer;
> + uint32_t dropped_no_big_buffer;
> + uint32_t rdma_tags_available;
> +
> + uint8_t tx_stopped;
> + uint8_t link_down;
> + uint8_t stats_updated;
> + uint8_t valid;
> +} mcp_irq_data_t;
> +
> +
> +#endif /* _myri10ge_mcp_h */
> --- /dev/null 2006-04-21 00:45:09.064430000 -0700
> +++ linux-mm/drivers/net/myri10ge/myri10ge_mcp_gen_header.h 2006-04-21 08:22:06.000000000 -0700
> @@ -0,0 +1,73 @@
> +#ifndef _myri10ge_mcp_gen_header_h
> +#define _myri10ge_mcp_gen_header_h
> +
> +/* this file define a standard header used as a first entry point to
> + exchange information between firmware/driver and driver. The
> + header structure can be anywhere in the mcp. It will usually be in
> + the .data section, because some fields needs to be initialized at
> + compile time.
> + The 32bit word at offset MX_HEADER_PTR_OFFSET in the mcp must
> + contains the location of the header.
> +
> + Typically a MCP will start with the following:
> + .text
> + .space 52 ! to help catch MEMORY_INT errors
> + bt start ! jump to real code
> + nop
> + .long _gen_mcp_header
> +
> + The source will have a definition like:
> +
> + mcp_gen_header_t gen_mcp_header = {
> + .header_length = sizeof(mcp_gen_header_t),
> + .mcp_type = MCP_TYPE_XXX,
> + .version = "something $Id: mcp_gen_header.h,v 1.1 2005/12/23 02:10:44 gallatin Exp $",
> + .mcp_globals = (unsigned)&Globals
> + };
> +*/
> +
> +
> +#define MCP_HEADER_PTR_OFFSET 0x3c
> +
> +#define MCP_TYPE_MX 0x4d582020 /* "MX " */
> +#define MCP_TYPE_PCIE 0x70636965 /* "PCIE" pcie-only MCP */
> +#define MCP_TYPE_ETH 0x45544820 /* "ETH " */
> +#define MCP_TYPE_MCP0 0x4d435030 /* "MCP0" */
> +
> +
> +typedef struct mcp_gen_header {
> + /* the first 4 fields are filled at compile time */
> + unsigned header_length;
> + unsigned mcp_type;
> + char version[128];
> + unsigned mcp_globals; /* pointer to mcp-type specific structure */
> +
> + /* filled by the MCP at run-time */
> + unsigned sram_size;
> + unsigned string_specs; /* either the original STRING_SPECS or a superset */
> + unsigned string_specs_len;
> +
> + /* Fields above this comment are guaranteed to be present.
> +
> + Fields below this comment are extensions added in later versions
> + of this struct, drivers should compare the header_length against
> + offsetof(field) to check wether a given MCP implements them.
> +
> + Never remove any field. Keep everything naturally align.
> + */
> +} mcp_gen_header_t;
> +
> +/* Macro to create a simple mcp header */
> +#define MCP_GEN_HEADER_DECL(type, version_str, global_ptr) \
> + struct mcp_gen_header mcp_gen_header = { \
> + sizeof (struct mcp_gen_header), \
> + (type), \
> + version_str, \
> + (global_ptr), \
> + SRAM_SIZE, \
> + (unsigned int) STRING_SPECS, \
> + 256 \
> + }
> +
> +

Ugly macro.
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