1: /*
   2:  * Copyright (c) 1988 Regents of the University of California.
   3:  * All rights reserved.  The Berkeley software License Agreement
   4:  * specifies the terms and conditions for redistribution.
   5:  *
   6:  *	@(#)net_trap.s	1.1 (2.10BSD Berkeley) 4/3/88
   7:  */
   8: 
   9: #include "DEFS.h"
  10: #include "../machine/mch_iopage.h"
  11: 
  12: /*
  13:  * All interrupts to the network kernel are vectored through this routine.
  14:  * No attempt is made to force rescheduling of the cpu.
  15:  *
  16:  * Since the network kernel does not use overlays, we don't have to
  17:  * worry about them here.  If a network interrupt service routine makes
  18:  * a call to the kernel, then Kretu over on the kernel side will take
  19:  * care of saving and restoring the overlay number.
  20:  */
  21: 
  22: ASENTRY(call)
  23:         mov     PS, -(sp)               / save new PS
  24:         mov     r1,-(sp)                / save r1
  25:         mfpd    sp                      / save old sp
  26:         mov     4(sp), -(sp)            / copy of new PS
  27:         bic     $!37,(sp)               / extract dev or unit
  28:         jsr     pc,(r0)+                /   and execute trap handler
  29:         cmp     (sp)+,(sp)+             / discard dev and sp
  30:         /*
  31: 	 * An 'rtt' here might not work since supervisor can't rtt to the
  32: 	 * kernel, instead, we use the "iot" mechanism to schedule a rtt
  33: 	 * from kernel mode to the PS, PC pair we push on the kernel stack.
  34: 	 *
  35: 	 * Transfer our saved <PS, PC> pair to the kernel stack.  The spl7
  36: 	 * below is pure paranoia, BUT while we're at it let's bump the
  37: 	 * interrupt count - it's a mere two instructions of overhead (the
  38: 	 * increment would have been done anyhow)!
  39: 	 */
  40:         mov     PS,-(sp)
  41:         mov     $40340,PS               / current mode SUPV, prev KERN, BR7
  42: #ifdef  UCB_METER
  43:         mfpd    *$_cnt+V_INTR           / fetch interrupt count
  44:         inc     (sp)                    / bump it
  45:         mtpd    *$_cnt+V_INTR           / put it back
  46: #endif
  47:         mfpd    sp                      / old kernel stack pointer
  48:         mov     (sp),r1
  49:         sub     $4,(sp)                 / grow the kernel stack
  50:         mtpd    sp
  51: 
  52:         /*
  53: 	 * Can't assume kernel stack in seg6, this is slower but safe.
  54: 	 */
  55:         mov     12(sp),-(sp)            / push PS for iothndlr
  56:         mtpd    -(r1)
  57:         mov     10(sp),-(sp)            / push PC for iothndlr
  58:         mtpd    -(r1)
  59:         mov     (sp)+,PS
  60: 
  61:         mov     (sp)+,r1                / restore r1,
  62:         tst     (sp)+                   /   discard new PS,
  63:         mov     (sp)+,r0                /   restore r0,
  64:         cmp     (sp)+,(sp)+             /   discard PS and PC
  65:         iot                             / have the kernel do our rtt for us
  66: 
  67: /*
  68:  * Scan net interrupt status register (netisr) for service requests.
  69:  */
  70: ENTRY(netintr)
  71:         mov     r2,-(sp)                / use r2 for scan of netisr
  72: 1:
  73:         SPL7
  74:         mov     _netisr,r2              / get copy of netisr
  75:         clr     _netisr                 /   and clear it, atomically
  76:         SPLNET
  77: #ifdef INET
  78:         bit     $1\<NETISR_IP,r2        / IP scheduled?
  79:         beq     2f
  80:         jsr     pc,_ipintr
  81: 2:
  82: #endif
  83: #ifdef NS
  84:         bit     $1\<NETISR_NS,r2        / NS scheduled?
  85:         beq     3f
  86:         jsr     pc,_nsintr
  87: 3:
  88: #endif
  89: #ifdef IMP
  90:         bit     $1\<NETISR_IMP,r2       / IMP scheduled?
  91:         beq     4f
  92:         jsr     pc,_impintr
  93: 4:
  94: #endif
  95:         bit     $1\<NETISR_RAW,r2       / RAW scheduled?
  96:         beq     5f                      /   (checked last since other
  97:         jsr     pc,_rawintr             /   interrupt routines schedule it)
  98: 5:
  99:         tst     _netisr                 / see if any new scheduled events
 100:         bne     1b                      /   if so, handle them
 101:         mov     (sp)+,r2                / restore r2,
 102:         rts     pc                      /   and return

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_netintr defined in line 70; used 1 times
call defined in line 22; used 42 times
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