1: /*
   2:  * Copyright (c) 1987 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:  *	@(#)scb.s	1.3 (2.11BSD GTE) 1/1/93
   7:  */
   8: 
   9: #include "DEFS.h"
  10: #include "../machine/trap.h"
  11: #include "../machine/mch_iopage.h"
  12: #include "../machine/koverlay.h"        /* for OVLY_TABLE_BASE */
  13: 
  14: #include "acc.h"
  15: #include "css.h"
  16: #include "de.h"
  17: #include "dh.h"
  18: #include "dhu.h"
  19: #include "dhv.h"
  20: #include "dn.h"
  21: #include "dr.h"
  22: #include "dz.h"
  23: #include "ec.h"
  24: #include "hk.h"
  25: #include "ht.h"
  26: #include "il.h"
  27: #include "lp.h"
  28: #include "ra.h"
  29: #include "rk.h"
  30: #include "rl.h"
  31: #include "br.h"
  32: #include "rx.h"
  33: #include "si.h"
  34: #include "sri.h"
  35: #include "tm.h"
  36: #include "ts.h"
  37: #include "tms.h"
  38: #include "xp.h"
  39: #include "vv.h"
  40: 
  41: /*
  42:  * Reference the global symbol "_end" so that ld(1) will define it for us.
  43:  */
  44: .globl _end
  45: 
  46: sup = 40000                             /* current supervisor previous kernel */
  47: br4 = 200                               /* PS interrupt priority masks */
  48: br5 = 240
  49: br6 = 300
  50: br7 = 340
  51: 
  52: 
  53: #ifdef KERN_NONSEP
  54:         .text                           /* vectors at text zero */
  55: #else
  56:         .data                           /* vectors at data zero */
  57: #endif
  58: 
  59: ZERO:
  60: #define SETDOT(n)                       . = ZERO+n
  61: #define TRAP(handler, pri)              .globl  handler; handler; pri;
  62: #define DEVTRAP(vec, handler, pri)      SETDOT(vec); handler; pri;
  63: 
  64: 
  65: SETDOT(0)
  66: #ifdef KERN_NONSEP
  67:         /*
  68: 	 * If vectors at 110 and 444 are unused, autoconfig will set these
  69: 	 * to something more reasonable.  On jump, this will branch to 112,
  70: 	 * which branches to 50.  On trap, will vector to 444, where a
  71: 	 * T_ZEROTRAP will be simulated.
  72: 	 */
  73:         42                      /* illegal instruction if jump */
  74:         777                     /* trace trap at high priority if trap */
  75: #else
  76:         TRAP(trap,      br7+T_ZEROTRAP) /* trap-to-zero trap */
  77: #endif
  78: 
  79: SETDOT(4)                               /* trap vectors */
  80:         TRAP(trap,      br7+T_BUSFLT)   /* bus error */
  81:         TRAP(trap,      br7+T_INSTRAP)  /* illegal instruction */
  82:         TRAP(trap,      br7+T_BPTTRAP)  /* bpt-trace trap */
  83: #ifdef INET
  84:         TRAP(iothndlr,  br7+T_IOTTRAP)  /* network uses iot */
  85: #else
  86:         TRAP(trap,      br7+T_IOTTRAP)  /* iot trap */
  87: #endif
  88:         TRAP(powrdown,  br7+T_POWRFAIL) /* power fail */
  89:         TRAP(emt,       br7+T_EMTTRAP)  /* emulator trap */
  90:         TRAP(start,     br7+T_SYSCALL)  /* system (overlaid by 'syscall') */
  91: 
  92: #ifdef KERN_NONSEP
  93: SETDOT(40)                              /* manual reboot entry */
  94:         jmp     do_panic
  95: #endif
  96: 
  97: SETDOT(44)                              /* manual dump entry */
  98:         jmp     dump
  99: 
 100: #ifdef KERN_NONSEP
 101: SETDOT(50)                              /* handler for jump-to-zero panic. */
 102:         mov     $zjmp, -(sp)
 103:         jsr     pc, _panic
 104: #endif
 105: 
 106:         DEVTRAP(60,     cnrint, br4)    /* KL11 console */
 107:         DEVTRAP(64,     cnxint, br4)
 108: 
 109:         DEVTRAP(100,    hardclock, br6) /* KW11-L clock */
 110: 
 111: #ifdef PROFILE
 112:         DEVTRAP(104,    _sprof, br7)    /* KW11-P clock */
 113: #else
 114:         DEVTRAP(104,    hardclock, br6)
 115: #endif
 116: 
 117: 
 118: SETDOT(114)
 119:         TRAP(trap,      br7+T_PARITYFLT) /* 11/70 parity fault */
 120: 
 121: 
 122: #if NDE > 0                             /* DEUNA */
 123:         DEVTRAP(120,    deintr, sup|br5)
 124: #endif
 125: 
 126: #if NCSS > 0                            /* IMP-11A */
 127:         DEVTRAP(124,    cssrint,sup|br5)
 128:         /* note that the transmit interrupt vector is up at 274 ... */
 129: #endif
 130: 
 131: #if NDR > 0                             /* DR-11W */
 132:         DEVTRAP(124,    drintr, br5)
 133: #endif
 134: 
 135: #if NRAC > 0                            /* RQDX? (RX50,RD51/52/53) */
 136:                                         /* UDA50 (RA60/80/81), KLESI (RA25) */
 137:         DEVTRAP(154,    raintr, br5)
 138: #endif
 139: 
 140: #if NRL > 0                             /* RL01/02 */
 141:         DEVTRAP(160,    rlintr, br5)
 142: #endif
 143: 
 144: #if NSI > 0                             /* SI 9500 -- CDC 9766 disks */
 145:         DEVTRAP(170,    siintr, br5)
 146: #endif
 147: 
 148: #if NHK > 0                             /* RK611, RK06/07 */
 149:         DEVTRAP(210,    hkintr, br5)
 150: #endif
 151: 
 152: #if NRK > 0                             /* RK05 */
 153:         DEVTRAP(220,    rkintr, br5)
 154: #endif
 155: 
 156: 
 157: SETDOT(240)
 158:         TRAP(trap,      br7+T_PIRQ)             /* program interrupt request */
 159:         TRAP(trap,      br7+T_ARITHTRAP)        /* floating point */
 160:         TRAP(trap,      br7+T_SEGFLT)           /* segmentation violation */
 161: 
 162: #if NBR > 0
 163:         DEVTRAP(254,    brintr, br5)    /* EATON BR1537 or EATON BR1711 */
 164: #endif
 165: 
 166: #if NXPD > 0                            /* RM02/03/05, RP04/05/06 */
 167:                                         /* DIVA, SI Eagle */
 168:         DEVTRAP(254,    xpintr, br5)
 169: #endif
 170: 
 171: #if NRX > 0                             /* RX01 */
 172:         DEVTRAP(264,    rxintr, br5)
 173: #endif
 174: 
 175: #if NACC > 0                            /* ACC LH/DH-11 */
 176:         DEVTRAP(270,    accrint, sup|br5)
 177:         DEVTRAP(274,    accxint, sup|br5)
 178: #endif
 179: 
 180: #if NCSS > 0                            /* IMP-11A */
 181:         /* note that the receive interrupt vector is down at 124 ... */
 182:         DEVTRAP(274,    cssxint,sup|br5)
 183: #endif
 184: 
 185: #if NIL > 0                             /* Interlan Ethernet */
 186:         DEVTRAP(340,    ilrint, sup|br5)
 187:         DEVTRAP(344,    ilcint, sup|br5)
 188: #endif
 189: 
 190: #if NVV > 0                             /* V2LNI */
 191:         DEVTRAP(350,    vvrint, sup|br5)
 192:         DEVTRAP(354,    vvxint, sup|br5)
 193: #endif
 194: 
 195: #if NEC > 0                             /* 3Com ethernet */
 196:         /*
 197: 	 * These are almost certainly wrong for any given site since the
 198: 	 * 3Com seems to be somewhat randomly configured.  Pay particular
 199: 	 * attention to the interrupt priority levels: if they're too low
 200: 	 * you'll get recursive interrupts; if they're too high you'll lock
 201: 	 * out important interrupts (like the clock).
 202: 	 */
 203:         DEVTRAP(400,    ecrint, sup|br6)
 204:         DEVTRAP(404,    eccollide,sup|br4)
 205:         DEVTRAP(410,    ecxint, sup|br6)
 206: #endif
 207: 
 208: #if NSRI > 0                            /* SRI DR11-C ARPAnet IMP */
 209:         DEVTRAP(500,    srixint, sup|br5)
 210:         DEVTRAP(504,    srirint, sup|br5)
 211: #endif
 212: 
 213: 
 214: /*
 215:  * End of floating vectors.  Endvec should be past vector space if NONSEP,
 216:  * should be at least 450.
 217:  *
 218: */
 219: SETDOT(1000)
 220: CONST(GLOBAL, endvec, .)
 221: 
 222: /*
 223:  * The overlay tables are initialized by boot.  Ovhndlr, cret and call use
 224:  * them to perform kernel overlay switches.  The tables contain an arrays of
 225:  * segment addresses and descriptors.  Note: don't use SPACE macro as it
 226:  * allocates it's space in bss, not data space ...
 227:  */
 228: . = ZERO+OVLY_TABLE_BASE
 229: .globl  ova, ovd
 230: ova:    .=.+40                          /* overlay addresses */
 231: ovd:    .=.+40                          /* overlay descriptors */
 232: 
 233: /*
 234:  * FLASH!  for overlaid programs /boot kindly lets us know where our
 235:  * load image stops by depositing a value at the end of the overlay tables.
 236:  * Needless to say this had been clobbering something all along, but the
 237:  * effect was rather nasty (crash) when the 'last interrupt vector' location
 238:  * was overwritten!  Not sure whether to fix /boot or leave room here, so
 239:  * for now just add a "pad" word.
 240: */
 241: INT(LOCAL, physend, 0)
 242: 
 243: /*
 244:  * _lastiv is used for assigning vectors to devices which have programmable
 245:  * vectors.  Usage is to decrement _lastiv by 4 before use.  The routine
 246:  * _nextiv (in mch_xxx.s) will do this, returning the assigned vector in r0.
 247:  */
 248: INT(GLOBAL, _lastiv, endvec)
 249: 
 250:         .text
 251: TEXTZERO:                               / base of system program text
 252: 
 253: #ifndef KERN_NONSEP
 254:         /*
 255: 	 * this is text location 0 for separate I/D kernels.
 256: 	 */
 257:         mov     $zjmp,-(sp)
 258:         jsr     pc,_panic
 259:         /*NOTREACHED*/
 260: #endif
 261: 
 262: STRING(LOCAL, zjmp, <jump to 0\0>)
 263: 
 264: #ifndef KERN_NONSEP
 265: /*
 266:  * Unmap is called from _doboot to turn off memory management.  The "return"
 267:  * is arranged by putting a jmp at unmap+2 (data space).
 268:  */
 269: ASENTRY(unmap)
 270:         reset
 271:         /*
 272: 	 * The next instruction executed is from unmap+2 in physical memory,
 273: 	 * which is unmap+2 in data space.
 274: 	 */
 275: #endif
 276: 
 277: /*
 278:  * Halt cpu in its tracks ...
 279:  */
 280: ENTRY(halt)
 281:         halt
 282:         /* NOTREACHED */
 283: 
 284: /*
 285:  * CGOOD and CBAD are used by autoconfig.  All unused vectors are set to CBAD
 286:  * before probing the devices.
 287:  */
 288: ASENTRY(CGOOD)
 289:         mov     $1,_conf_int
 290:         rtt
 291: ASENTRY(CBAD)
 292:         mov     $-1,_conf_int
 293:         rtt
 294: 
 295: /*
 296:  * Routine to call panic, take dump and reboot; entered by manually loading
 297:  * the PC with 040 and continuing.  Note that putting this here is calculated
 298:  * to waste as little text space as possible for separate I&D kernels.
 299:  * Currently the zero jmp, unmap, halt, CGOOD, and CBAD routines leave the
 300:  * separate I&D assembly counter at 034, so the ". = 40" below only wastes
 301:  * 4 bytes.  This is safe since any attempt to set the assembly counter back
 302:  * will cause an error indicating that the assembly counter is higher than
 303:  * 040 meaning things need to be rearranged ...
 304:  */
 305: #ifndef KERN_NONSEP
 306: . = TEXTZERO+040
 307: #endif
 308: 
 309: do_panic:
 310:         mov     $1f,-(sp)
 311:         STRING(LOCAL, 1, <forced from console\0>)
 312:         jsr     pc, _panic
 313:         /* NOTREACHED */
 314: 
 315: 
 316: /*
 317:  * Start of locore interrupt entry thunks.
 318:  */
 319: #define HANDLER(handler)        .globl _/**/handler; \
 320:                                 handler: jsr r0,call; jmp _/**/handler
 321: 
 322:         HANDLER(cnrint)                 /* KL-11, DL-11 */
      /          cnrint: jsr r0,call; jmp _cnrint
 323:         HANDLER(cnxint)
      /          cnxint: jsr r0,call; jmp _cnxint
 324: 
 325:         HANDLER(hardclock)
      /          hardclock: jsr r0,call; jmp _hardclock
 326: 
 327: #if NDR > 0                             /* DR-11W */
 328:         HANDLER(drintr)
      /          drintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _drintr
 329: #endif
 330: 
 331: #if NRAC > 0                            /* RQDX? (RX50,RD51/52/53) */
 332:         HANDLER(raintr)                 /* UDA50 (RA60/80/81), KLESI (RA25) */
      /          raintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _raintr
 333: #endif
 334: 
 335: #if NRL > 0                             /* RL01/02 */
 336:         HANDLER(rlintr)
      /          rlintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _rlintr
 337: #endif
 338: 
 339: #if NSI > 0                             /* SI 9500 -- CDC 9766 disks */
 340:         HANDLER(siintr)
      /          siintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _siintr
 341: #endif
 342: 
 343: #if NLP > 0                             /* Line Printer */
 344:         HANDLER(lpintr)
      /          lpintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _lpintr
 345: #endif
 346: 
 347: #if NHK > 0                             /* RK611, RK06/07 */
 348:         HANDLER(hkintr)
      /          hkintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _hkintr
 349: #endif
 350: 
 351: #if NRK > 0                             /* RK05 */
 352:         HANDLER(rkintr)
      /          rkintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _rkintr
 353: #endif
 354: 
 355: #if NBR > 0
 356:         HANDLER(brintr)                 /* EATON BR1537/BR1711 */
      /          brintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _brintr
 357: #endif
 358: 
 359: #if NXPD > 0                            /* RM02/03/05, RP04/05/06 */
 360:         HANDLER(xpintr)                 /* DIVA, SI Eagle */
      /          xpintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _xpintr
 361: #endif
 362: 
 363: #if NRX > 0                             /* RX01/02 */
 364:         HANDLER(rxintr)
      /          rxintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _rxintr
 365: #endif
 366: 
 367: #if NHT > 0                             /* TJU77, TWU77, TJE16, TWE16 */
 368:         HANDLER(htintr)
      /          htintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _htintr
 369: #endif
 370: 
 371: #if NTM > 0                             /* TM-11 */
 372:         HANDLER(tmintr)
      /          tmintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _tmintr
 373: #endif
 374: 
 375: #if NTS > 0                             /* TS-11 */
 376:         HANDLER(tsintr)
      /          tsintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _tsintr
 377: #endif
 378: 
 379: #if NTMSCP > 0
 380:         HANDLER(tmsintr)                /* TMSCP (TU81/TK50) */
      /          tmsintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _tmsintr
 381: #endif
 382: 
 383: #if NDH > 0                             /* DH-11 */
 384:         HANDLER(dhrint)
      /          dhrint: jsr r0,call; jmp _dhrint
 385:         HANDLER(dhxint)
      /          dhxint: jsr r0,call; jmp _dhxint
 386: #endif
 387: 
 388: #if NDM > 0                             /* DM-11 */
 389:         HANDLER(dmintr)
      /          dmintr: jsr r0,call; jmp _dmintr
 390: #endif
 391: 
 392: #if NDHU > 0                            /* DHU */
 393:         HANDLER(dhurint)
      /          dhurint: jsr r0,call; jmp _dhurint
 394:         HANDLER(dhuxint)
      /          dhuxint: jsr r0,call; jmp _dhuxint
 395: #endif
 396: 
 397: #if NDHV > 0                            /* DHV */
 398:         HANDLER(dhvrint)
      /          dhvrint: jsr r0,call; jmp _dhvrint
 399:         HANDLER(dhvxint)
      /          dhvxint: jsr r0,call; jmp _dhvxint
 400: #endif
 401: 
 402: #if NDN > 0                             /* DN11 */
 403:         HANDLER(dnint)
      /          dnint: jsr r0,call; jmp _dnint
 404: #endif
 405: 
 406: #if NDZ > 0                             /* DZ */
 407:         HANDLER(dzrint)
      /          dzrint: jsr r0,call; jmp _dzrint
 408: #endif

Defined functions

CBAD defined in line 291; never used
CGOOD defined in line 288; never used
TEXTZERO defined in line 251; used 1 times
_halt defined in line 280; used 1 times
br4 defined in line 47; used 3 times
br5 defined in line 48; used 20 times
br6 defined in line 49; used 4 times
br7 defined in line 50; used 14 times
brintr defined in line 356; used 1 times
cnrint defined in line 322; used 1 times
cnxint defined in line 323; used 1 times
dhrint defined in line 384; never used
dhurint defined in line 393; never used
dhuxint defined in line 394; never used
dhvrint defined in line 398; never used
dhvxint defined in line 399; never used
dhxint defined in line 385; never used
dmintr defined in line 389; never used
dnint defined in line 403; never used
do_panic defined in line 309; used 1 times
  • in line 94
drintr defined in line 328; used 1 times
dzrint defined in line 407; never used
hardclock defined in line 325; used 2 times
hkintr defined in line 348; used 1 times
htintr defined in line 368; never used
lpintr defined in line 344; never used
raintr defined in line 332; used 1 times
rkintr defined in line 352; used 1 times
rlintr defined in line 336; used 1 times
rxintr defined in line 364; used 1 times
siintr defined in line 340; used 1 times
sup defined in line 46; used 14 times
tmintr defined in line 372; never used
tmsintr defined in line 380; never used
tsintr defined in line 376; never used
xpintr defined in line 360; used 1 times

Defined variables

ZERO defined in line 59; used 1 times
_lastiv defined in line 248; used 2 times
endvec defined in line 220; used 1 times
physend defined in line 241; never used
zjmp defined in line 262; used 2 times

Defined macros

DEVTRAP defined in line 62; used 28 times
HANDLER defined in line 319; used 26 times
SETDOT defined in line 60; used 8 times
TRAP defined in line 61; used 13 times
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