1: /*
   2:  * Copyright (c) 1982, 1986 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:  *	@(#)machdep.c	7.1 (Berkeley) 6/5/86
   7:  */
   8: 
   9: #include "reg.h"
  10: #include "pte.h"
  11: #include "psl.h"
  12: 
  13: #include "param.h"
  14: #include "systm.h"
  15: #include "dir.h"
  16: #include "user.h"
  17: #include "kernel.h"
  18: #include "map.h"
  19: #include "vm.h"
  20: #include "proc.h"
  21: #include "buf.h"
  22: #include "reboot.h"
  23: #include "conf.h"
  24: #include "inode.h"
  25: #include "file.h"
  26: #include "text.h"
  27: #include "clist.h"
  28: #include "callout.h"
  29: #include "cmap.h"
  30: #include "mbuf.h"
  31: #include "msgbuf.h"
  32: #include "quota.h"
  33: 
  34: #include "frame.h"
  35: #include "clock.h"
  36: #include "cons.h"
  37: #include "cpu.h"
  38: #include "mem.h"
  39: #include "mtpr.h"
  40: #include "rpb.h"
  41: #include "ka630.h"
  42: #include "../vaxuba/ubavar.h"
  43: #include "../vaxuba/ubareg.h"
  44: 
  45: /*
  46:  * Declare these as initialized data so we can patch them.
  47:  */
  48: int nswbuf = 0;
  49: #ifdef  NBUF
  50: int nbuf = NBUF;
  51: #else
  52: int nbuf = 0;
  53: #endif
  54: #ifdef  BUFPAGES
  55: int bufpages = BUFPAGES;
  56: #else
  57: int bufpages = 0;
  58: #endif
  59: 
  60: /*
  61:  * Machine-dependent startup code
  62:  */
  63: startup(firstaddr)
  64:     int firstaddr;
  65: {
  66:     register int unixsize;
  67:     register unsigned i;
  68:     register struct pte *pte;
  69:     int mapaddr, j;
  70:     register caddr_t v;
  71:     int maxbufs, base, residual;
  72: 
  73: #if VAX630
  74:     /*
  75:  	 * Leave last 5k of phys. memory as console work area.
  76: 	 */
  77:     if (cpu == VAX_630)
  78:         maxmem -= 10;
  79: #endif
  80:     /*
  81: 	 * Initialize error message buffer (at end of core).
  82: 	 */
  83:     maxmem -= btoc(sizeof (struct msgbuf));
  84:     pte = msgbufmap;
  85:     for (i = 0; i < btoc(sizeof (struct msgbuf)); i++)
  86:         *(int *)pte++ = PG_V | PG_KW | (maxmem + i);
  87:     mtpr(TBIA, 0);
  88: 
  89:     /*
  90: 	 * Good {morning,afternoon,evening,night}.
  91: 	 */
  92:     printf(version);
  93:     printf("real mem  = %d\n", ctob(physmem));
  94: 
  95:     /*
  96: 	 * Allocate space for system data structures.
  97: 	 * The first available real memory address is in "firstaddr".
  98: 	 * The first available kernel virtual address is in "v".
  99: 	 * As pages of kernel virtual memory are allocated, "v" is incremented.
 100: 	 * As pages of memory are allocated and cleared,
 101: 	 * "firstaddr" is incremented.
 102: 	 * An index into the kernel page table corresponding to the
 103: 	 * virtual memory address maintained in "v" is kept in "mapaddr".
 104: 	 */
 105:     v = (caddr_t)(0x80000000 | (firstaddr * NBPG));
 106: #define valloc(name, type, num) \
 107:         (name) = (type *)v; v = (caddr_t)((name)+(num))
 108: #define valloclim(name, type, num, lim) \
 109:         (name) = (type *)v; v = (caddr_t)((lim) = ((name)+(num)))
 110:     valloclim(inode, struct inode, ninode, inodeNINODE);
 111:     valloclim(file, struct file, nfile, fileNFILE);
 112:     valloclim(proc, struct proc, nproc, procNPROC);
 113:     valloclim(text, struct text, ntext, textNTEXT);
 114:     valloc(cfree, struct cblock, nclist);
 115:     valloc(callout, struct callout, ncallout);
 116:     valloc(swapmap, struct map, nswapmap = nproc * 2);
 117:     valloc(argmap, struct map, ARGMAPSIZE);
 118:     valloc(kernelmap, struct map, nproc);
 119:     valloc(mbmap, struct map, nmbclusters/4);
 120:     valloc(namecache, struct namecache, nchsize);
 121: #ifdef QUOTA
 122:     valloclim(quota, struct quota, nquota, quotaNQUOTA);
 123:     valloclim(dquot, struct dquot, ndquot, dquotNDQUOT);
 124: #endif
 125: 
 126:     /*
 127: 	 * Determine how many buffers to allocate.
 128: 	 * Use 10% of memory for the first 2 Meg, 5% of the remaining
 129: 	 * memory. Insure a minimum of 16 buffers.
 130: 	 * We allocate 1/2 as many swap buffer headers as file i/o buffers.
 131: 	 */
 132:     if (bufpages == 0)
 133:         if (physmem < (2 * 1024 * CLSIZE))
 134:             bufpages = physmem / 10 / CLSIZE;
 135:         else
 136:             bufpages = ((2 * 1024 * CLSIZE + physmem) / 20) / CLSIZE;
 137:     if (nbuf == 0) {
 138:         nbuf = bufpages / 2;
 139:         if (nbuf < 16)
 140:             nbuf = 16;
 141:     }
 142:     if (nswbuf == 0) {
 143:         nswbuf = (nbuf / 2) &~ 1;   /* force even */
 144:         if (nswbuf > 256)
 145:             nswbuf = 256;       /* sanity */
 146:     }
 147:     valloc(swbuf, struct buf, nswbuf);
 148: 
 149:     /*
 150: 	 * Now the amount of virtual memory remaining for buffers
 151: 	 * can be calculated, estimating needs for the cmap.
 152: 	 */
 153:     ncmap = (maxmem*NBPG - ((int)v &~ 0x80000000)) /
 154:         (CLBYTES + sizeof(struct cmap)) + 2;
 155:     maxbufs = ((SYSPTSIZE * NBPG) -
 156:         ((int)(v + ncmap * sizeof(struct cmap)) - 0x80000000)) /
 157:         (MAXBSIZE + sizeof(struct buf));
 158:     if (maxbufs < 16)
 159:         panic("sys pt too small");
 160:     if (nbuf > maxbufs) {
 161:         printf("SYSPTSIZE limits number of buffers to %d\n", maxbufs);
 162:         nbuf = maxbufs;
 163:     }
 164:     if (bufpages > nbuf * (MAXBSIZE / CLBYTES))
 165:         bufpages = nbuf * (MAXBSIZE / CLBYTES);
 166:     valloc(buf, struct buf, nbuf);
 167: 
 168:     /*
 169: 	 * Allocate space for core map.
 170: 	 * Allow space for all of phsical memory minus the amount
 171: 	 * dedicated to the system. The amount of physical memory
 172: 	 * dedicated to the system is the total virtual memory of
 173: 	 * the system thus far, plus core map, buffer pages,
 174: 	 * and buffer headers not yet allocated.
 175: 	 * Add 2: 1 because the 0th entry is unused, 1 for rounding.
 176: 	 */
 177:     ncmap = (maxmem*NBPG - ((int)(v + bufpages*CLBYTES) &~ 0x80000000)) /
 178:         (CLBYTES + sizeof(struct cmap)) + 2;
 179:     valloclim(cmap, struct cmap, ncmap, ecmap);
 180: 
 181:     /*
 182: 	 * Clear space allocated thus far, and make r/w entries
 183: 	 * for the space in the kernel map.
 184: 	 */
 185:     unixsize = btoc((int)v &~ 0x80000000);
 186:     while (firstaddr < unixsize) {
 187:         *(int *)(&Sysmap[firstaddr]) = PG_V | PG_KW | firstaddr;
 188:         clearseg((unsigned)firstaddr);
 189:         firstaddr++;
 190:     }
 191: 
 192:     /*
 193: 	 * Now allocate buffers proper.  They are different than the above
 194: 	 * in that they usually occupy more virtual memory than physical.
 195: 	 */
 196:     v = (caddr_t) ((int)(v + PGOFSET) &~ PGOFSET);
 197:     valloc(buffers, char, MAXBSIZE * nbuf);
 198:     base = bufpages / nbuf;
 199:     residual = bufpages % nbuf;
 200:     mapaddr = firstaddr;
 201:     for (i = 0; i < residual; i++) {
 202:         for (j = 0; j < (base + 1) * CLSIZE; j++) {
 203:             *(int *)(&Sysmap[mapaddr+j]) = PG_V | PG_KW | firstaddr;
 204:             clearseg((unsigned)firstaddr);
 205:             firstaddr++;
 206:         }
 207:         mapaddr += MAXBSIZE / NBPG;
 208:     }
 209:     for (i = residual; i < nbuf; i++) {
 210:         for (j = 0; j < base * CLSIZE; j++) {
 211:             *(int *)(&Sysmap[mapaddr+j]) = PG_V | PG_KW | firstaddr;
 212:             clearseg((unsigned)firstaddr);
 213:             firstaddr++;
 214:         }
 215:         mapaddr += MAXBSIZE / NBPG;
 216:     }
 217: 
 218:     unixsize = btoc((int)v &~ 0x80000000);
 219:     if (firstaddr >= physmem - 8*UPAGES)
 220:         panic("no memory");
 221:     mtpr(TBIA, 0);          /* After we just cleared it all! */
 222: 
 223:     /*
 224: 	 * Initialize callouts
 225: 	 */
 226:     callfree = callout;
 227:     for (i = 1; i < ncallout; i++)
 228:         callout[i-1].c_next = &callout[i];
 229: 
 230:     /*
 231: 	 * Initialize memory allocator and swap
 232: 	 * and user page table maps.
 233: 	 *
 234: 	 * THE USER PAGE TABLE MAP IS CALLED ``kernelmap''
 235: 	 * WHICH IS A VERY UNDESCRIPTIVE AND INCONSISTENT NAME.
 236: 	 */
 237:     meminit(firstaddr, maxmem);
 238:     maxmem = freemem;
 239:     printf("avail mem = %d\n", ctob(maxmem));
 240:     printf("using %d buffers containing %d bytes of memory\n",
 241:         nbuf, bufpages * CLBYTES);
 242:     rminit(kernelmap, (long)USRPTSIZE, (long)1,
 243:         "usrpt", nproc);
 244:     rminit(mbmap, (long)(nmbclusters * CLSIZE), (long)CLSIZE,
 245:         "mbclusters", nmbclusters/4);
 246: 
 247:     /*
 248: 	 * Set up CPU-specific registers, cache, etc.
 249: 	 */
 250:     initcpu();
 251: 
 252:     /*
 253: 	 * Configure the system.
 254: 	 */
 255:     configure();
 256: 
 257:     /*
 258: 	 * Clear restart inhibit flags.
 259: 	 */
 260:     tocons(TXDB_CWSI);
 261:     tocons(TXDB_CCSI);
 262: }
 263: 
 264: #ifdef PGINPROF
 265: /*
 266:  * Return the difference (in microseconds)
 267:  * between the  current time and a previous
 268:  * time as represented  by the arguments.
 269:  * If there is a pending clock interrupt
 270:  * which has not been serviced due to high
 271:  * ipl, return error code.
 272:  */
 273: vmtime(otime, olbolt, oicr)
 274:     register int otime, olbolt, oicr;
 275: {
 276: 
 277:     if (mfpr(ICCS)&ICCS_INT)
 278:         return(-1);
 279:     else
 280:         return(((time.tv_sec-otime)*60 + lbolt-olbolt)*16667 + mfpr(ICR)-oicr);
 281: }
 282: #endif
 283: 
 284: /*
 285:  * Clear registers on exec
 286:  */
 287: setregs(entry)
 288:     u_long entry;
 289: {
 290: #ifdef notdef
 291:     register int *rp;
 292: 
 293:     /* should pass args to init on the stack */
 294:     /* should also fix this code before using it, it's wrong */
 295:     /* wanna clear the scb? */
 296:     for (rp = &u.u_ar0[0]; rp < &u.u_ar0[16];)
 297:         *rp++ = 0;
 298: #endif
 299:     u.u_ar0[PC] = entry + 2;
 300: }
 301: 
 302: /*
 303:  * Send an interrupt to process.
 304:  *
 305:  * Stack is set up to allow sigcode stored
 306:  * in u. to call routine, followed by chmk
 307:  * to sigreturn routine below.  After sigreturn
 308:  * resets the signal mask, the stack, the frame
 309:  * pointer, and the argument pointer, it returns
 310:  * to the user specified pc, psl.
 311:  */
 312: sendsig(p, sig, mask)
 313:     int (*p)(), sig, mask;
 314: {
 315:     register struct sigcontext *scp;
 316:     register int *regs;
 317:     register struct sigframe {
 318:         int sf_signum;
 319:         int sf_code;
 320:         struct  sigcontext *sf_scp;
 321:         int (*sf_handler)();
 322:         int sf_argcount;
 323:         struct  sigcontext *sf_scpcopy;
 324:     } *fp;
 325:     int oonstack;
 326: 
 327:     regs = u.u_ar0;
 328:     oonstack = u.u_onstack;
 329:     /*
 330: 	 * Allocate and validate space for the signal handler
 331: 	 * context. Note that if the stack is in P0 space, the
 332: 	 * call to grow() is a nop, and the useracc() check
 333: 	 * will fail if the process has not already allocated
 334: 	 * the space with a `brk'.
 335: 	 */
 336:     if (!u.u_onstack && (u.u_sigonstack & sigmask(sig))) {
 337:         scp = (struct sigcontext *)u.u_sigsp - 1;
 338:         u.u_onstack = 1;
 339:     } else
 340:         scp = (struct sigcontext *)regs[SP] - 1;
 341:     fp = (struct sigframe *)scp - 1;
 342:     if ((int)fp <= USRSTACK - ctob(u.u_ssize))
 343:         (void)grow((unsigned)fp);
 344:     if (useracc((caddr_t)fp, sizeof (*fp) + sizeof (*scp), B_WRITE) == 0) {
 345:         /*
 346: 		 * Process has trashed its stack; give it an illegal
 347: 		 * instruction to halt it in its tracks.
 348: 		 */
 349:         u.u_signal[SIGILL] = SIG_DFL;
 350:         sig = sigmask(SIGILL);
 351:         u.u_procp->p_sigignore &= ~sig;
 352:         u.u_procp->p_sigcatch &= ~sig;
 353:         u.u_procp->p_sigmask &= ~sig;
 354:         psignal(u.u_procp, SIGILL);
 355:         return;
 356:     }
 357:     /*
 358: 	 * Build the argument list for the signal handler.
 359: 	 */
 360:     fp->sf_signum = sig;
 361:     if (sig == SIGILL || sig == SIGFPE) {
 362:         fp->sf_code = u.u_code;
 363:         u.u_code = 0;
 364:     } else
 365:         fp->sf_code = 0;
 366:     fp->sf_scp = scp;
 367:     fp->sf_handler = p;
 368:     /*
 369: 	 * Build the calls argument frame to be used to call sigreturn
 370: 	 */
 371:     fp->sf_argcount = 1;
 372:     fp->sf_scpcopy = scp;
 373:     /*
 374: 	 * Build the signal context to be used by sigreturn.
 375: 	 */
 376:     scp->sc_onstack = oonstack;
 377:     scp->sc_mask = mask;
 378:     scp->sc_sp = regs[SP];
 379:     scp->sc_fp = regs[FP];
 380:     scp->sc_ap = regs[AP];
 381:     scp->sc_pc = regs[PC];
 382:     scp->sc_ps = regs[PS];
 383:     regs[SP] = (int)fp;
 384:     regs[PS] &= ~(PSL_CM|PSL_FPD);
 385:     regs[PC] = (int)u.u_pcb.pcb_sigc;
 386:     return;
 387: }
 388: 
 389: /*
 390:  * System call to cleanup state after a signal
 391:  * has been taken.  Reset signal mask and
 392:  * stack state from context left by sendsig (above).
 393:  * Return to previous pc and psl as specified by
 394:  * context left by sendsig. Check carefully to
 395:  * make sure that the user has not modified the
 396:  * psl to gain improper priviledges or to cause
 397:  * a machine fault.
 398:  */
 399: sigreturn()
 400: {
 401:     struct a {
 402:         struct sigcontext *sigcntxp;
 403:     };
 404:     register struct sigcontext *scp;
 405:     register int *regs = u.u_ar0;
 406: 
 407:     scp = ((struct a *)(u.u_ap))->sigcntxp;
 408:     if (useracc((caddr_t)scp, sizeof (*scp), B_WRITE) == 0)
 409:         return;
 410:     if ((scp->sc_ps & (PSL_MBZ|PSL_IPL|PSL_IS)) != 0 ||
 411:         (scp->sc_ps & (PSL_PRVMOD|PSL_CURMOD)) != (PSL_PRVMOD|PSL_CURMOD) ||
 412:         ((scp->sc_ps & PSL_CM) &&
 413:          (scp->sc_ps & (PSL_FPD|PSL_DV|PSL_FU|PSL_IV)) != 0)) {
 414:         u.u_error = EINVAL;
 415:         return;
 416:     }
 417:     u.u_eosys = JUSTRETURN;
 418:     u.u_onstack = scp->sc_onstack & 01;
 419:     u.u_procp->p_sigmask = scp->sc_mask &~
 420:         (sigmask(SIGKILL)|sigmask(SIGCONT)|sigmask(SIGSTOP));
 421:     regs[FP] = scp->sc_fp;
 422:     regs[AP] = scp->sc_ap;
 423:     regs[SP] = scp->sc_sp;
 424:     regs[PC] = scp->sc_pc;
 425:     regs[PS] = scp->sc_ps;
 426: }
 427: 
 428: /* XXX - BEGIN 4.2 COMPATIBILITY */
 429: /*
 430:  * Compatibility with 4.2 chmk $139 used by longjmp()
 431:  */
 432: osigcleanup()
 433: {
 434:     register struct sigcontext *scp;
 435:     register int *regs = u.u_ar0;
 436: 
 437:     scp = (struct sigcontext *)fuword((caddr_t)regs[SP]);
 438:     if ((int)scp == -1)
 439:         return;
 440:     if (useracc((caddr_t)scp, 3 * sizeof (int), B_WRITE) == 0)
 441:         return;
 442:     u.u_onstack = scp->sc_onstack & 01;
 443:     u.u_procp->p_sigmask = scp->sc_mask &~
 444:         (sigmask(SIGKILL)|sigmask(SIGCONT)|sigmask(SIGSTOP));
 445:     regs[SP] = scp->sc_sp;
 446: }
 447: /* XXX - END 4.2 COMPATIBILITY */
 448: 
 449: #ifdef notdef
 450: dorti()
 451: {
 452:     struct frame frame;
 453:     register int sp;
 454:     register int reg, mask;
 455:     extern int ipcreg[];
 456: 
 457:     (void) copyin((caddr_t)u.u_ar0[FP], (caddr_t)&frame, sizeof (frame));
 458:     sp = u.u_ar0[FP] + sizeof (frame);
 459:     u.u_ar0[PC] = frame.fr_savpc;
 460:     u.u_ar0[FP] = frame.fr_savfp;
 461:     u.u_ar0[AP] = frame.fr_savap;
 462:     mask = frame.fr_mask;
 463:     for (reg = 0; reg <= 11; reg++) {
 464:         if (mask&1) {
 465:             u.u_ar0[ipcreg[reg]] = fuword((caddr_t)sp);
 466:             sp += 4;
 467:         }
 468:         mask >>= 1;
 469:     }
 470:     sp += frame.fr_spa;
 471:     u.u_ar0[PS] = (u.u_ar0[PS] & 0xffff0000) | frame.fr_psw;
 472:     if (frame.fr_s)
 473:         sp += 4 + 4 * (fuword((caddr_t)sp) & 0xff);
 474:     /* phew, now the rei */
 475:     u.u_ar0[PC] = fuword((caddr_t)sp);
 476:     sp += 4;
 477:     u.u_ar0[PS] = fuword((caddr_t)sp);
 478:     sp += 4;
 479:     u.u_ar0[PS] |= PSL_USERSET;
 480:     u.u_ar0[PS] &= ~PSL_USERCLR;
 481:     u.u_ar0[SP] = (int)sp;
 482: }
 483: #endif
 484: 
 485: /*
 486:  * Memenable enables the memory controlle corrected data reporting.
 487:  * This runs at regular intervals, turning on the interrupt.
 488:  * The interrupt is turned off, per memory controller, when error
 489:  * reporting occurs.  Thus we report at most once per memintvl.
 490:  */
 491: int memintvl = MEMINTVL;
 492: 
 493: memenable()
 494: {
 495:     register struct mcr *mcr;
 496:     register int m;
 497: 
 498: #if VAX630
 499:     if (cpu == VAX_630)
 500:         return;
 501: #endif
 502: #ifdef  VAX8600
 503:     if (cpu == VAX_8600) {
 504:         M8600_ENA;
 505:     } else
 506: #endif
 507:     for (m = 0; m < nmcr; m++) {
 508:         mcr = mcraddr[m];
 509:         switch (mcrtype[m]) {
 510: #if VAX780
 511:         case M780C:
 512:             M780C_ENA(mcr);
 513:             break;
 514:         case M780EL:
 515:             M780EL_ENA(mcr);
 516:             break;
 517:         case M780EU:
 518:             M780EU_ENA(mcr);
 519:             break;
 520: #endif
 521: #if VAX750
 522:         case M750:
 523:             M750_ENA(mcr);
 524:             break;
 525: #endif
 526: #if VAX730
 527:         case M730:
 528:             M730_ENA(mcr);
 529:             break;
 530: #endif
 531:         }
 532:     }
 533:     if (memintvl > 0)
 534:         timeout(memenable, (caddr_t)0, memintvl*hz);
 535: }
 536: 
 537: /*
 538:  * Memerr is the interrupt routine for corrected read data
 539:  * interrupts.  It looks to see which memory controllers have
 540:  * unreported errors, reports them, and disables further
 541:  * reporting for a time on those controller.
 542:  */
 543: memerr()
 544: {
 545: #ifdef VAX8600
 546:     register int reg11; /* known to be r11 below */
 547: #endif
 548:     register struct mcr *mcr;
 549:     register int m;
 550: 
 551: #if VAX630
 552:     if (cpu == VAX_630)
 553:         return;
 554: #endif
 555: #ifdef VAX8600
 556:     if (cpu == VAX_8600) {
 557:         int mdecc, mear, mstat1, mstat2, array;
 558: 
 559:         /*
 560: 		 * Scratchpad registers in the Ebox must be read by
 561: 		 * storing their ID number in ESPA and then immediately
 562: 		 * reading ESPD's contents with no other intervening
 563: 		 * machine instructions!
 564: 		 *
 565: 		 * The asm's below have a number of constants which
 566: 		 * are defined correctly in mem.h and mtpr.h.
 567: 		 */
 568: #ifdef lint
 569:         reg11 = 0;
 570: #else
 571:         asm("mtpr $0x27,$0x4e; mfpr $0x4f,r11");
 572: #endif
 573:         mdecc = reg11;  /* must acknowledge interrupt? */
 574:         if (M8600_MEMERR(mdecc)) {
 575:             asm("mtpr $0x2a,$0x4e; mfpr $0x4f,r11");
 576:             mear = reg11;
 577:             asm("mtpr $0x25,$0x4e; mfpr $0x4f,r11");
 578:             mstat1 = reg11;
 579:             asm("mtpr $0x26,$0x4e; mfpr $0x4f,r11");
 580:             mstat2 = reg11;
 581:             array = M8600_ARRAY(mear);
 582: 
 583:             printf("mcr0: ecc error, addr %x (array %d) syn %x\n",
 584:                 M8600_ADDR(mear), array, M8600_SYN(mdecc));
 585:             printf("\tMSTAT1 = %b\n\tMSTAT2 = %b\n",
 586:                     mstat1, M8600_MSTAT1_BITS,
 587:                     mstat2, M8600_MSTAT2_BITS);
 588:             M8600_INH;
 589:         }
 590:     } else
 591: #endif
 592:     for (m = 0; m < nmcr; m++) {
 593:         mcr = mcraddr[m];
 594:         switch (mcrtype[m]) {
 595: #if VAX780
 596:         case M780C:
 597:             if (M780C_ERR(mcr)) {
 598:                 printf("mcr%d: soft ecc addr %x syn %x\n",
 599:                     m, M780C_ADDR(mcr), M780C_SYN(mcr));
 600: #ifdef TRENDATA
 601:                 memlog(m, mcr);
 602: #endif
 603:                 M780C_INH(mcr);
 604:             }
 605:             break;
 606: 
 607:         case M780EL:
 608:             if (M780EL_ERR(mcr)) {
 609:                 printf("mcr%d: soft ecc addr %x syn %x\n",
 610:                     m, M780EL_ADDR(mcr), M780EL_SYN(mcr));
 611:                 M780EL_INH(mcr);
 612:             }
 613:             break;
 614: 
 615:         case M780EU:
 616:             if (M780EU_ERR(mcr)) {
 617:                 printf("mcr%d: soft ecc addr %x syn %x\n",
 618:                     m, M780EU_ADDR(mcr), M780EU_SYN(mcr));
 619:                 M780EU_INH(mcr);
 620:             }
 621:             break;
 622: #endif
 623: #if VAX750
 624:         case M750:
 625:             if (M750_ERR(mcr)) {
 626:                 struct mcr amcr;
 627:                 amcr.mc_reg[0] = mcr->mc_reg[0];
 628:                 printf("mcr%d: %s",
 629:                     m, (amcr.mc_reg[0] & M750_UNCORR) ?
 630:                     "hard error" : "soft ecc");
 631:                 printf(" addr %x syn %x\n",
 632:                     M750_ADDR(&amcr), M750_SYN(&amcr));
 633:                 M750_INH(mcr);
 634:             }
 635:             break;
 636: #endif
 637: #if VAX730
 638:         case M730: {
 639:             struct mcr amcr;
 640: 
 641:             /*
 642: 			 * Must be careful on the 730 not to use invalid
 643: 			 * instructions in I/O space, so make a copy;
 644: 			 */
 645:             amcr.mc_reg[0] = mcr->mc_reg[0];
 646:             amcr.mc_reg[1] = mcr->mc_reg[1];
 647:             if (M730_ERR(&amcr)) {
 648:                 printf("mcr%d: %s",
 649:                     m, (amcr.mc_reg[1] & M730_UNCORR) ?
 650:                     "hard error" : "soft ecc");
 651:                 printf(" addr %x syn %x\n",
 652:                     M730_ADDR(&amcr), M730_SYN(&amcr));
 653:                 M730_INH(mcr);
 654:             }
 655:             break;
 656:         }
 657: #endif
 658:         }
 659:     }
 660: }
 661: 
 662: #ifdef TRENDATA
 663: /*
 664:  * Figure out what chip to replace on Trendata boards.
 665:  * Assumes all your memory is Trendata or the non-Trendata
 666:  * memory never fails..
 667:  */
 668: struct {
 669:     u_char  m_syndrome;
 670:     char    m_chip[4];
 671: } memlogtab[] = {
 672:     0x01,   "C00",  0x02,   "C01",  0x04,   "C02",  0x08,   "C03",
 673:     0x10,   "C04",  0x19,   "L01",  0x1A,   "L02",  0x1C,   "L04",
 674:     0x1F,   "L07",  0x20,   "C05",  0x38,   "L00",  0x3B,   "L03",
 675:     0x3D,   "L05",  0x3E,   "L06",  0x40,   "C06",  0x49,   "L09",
 676:     0x4A,   "L10",  0x4c,   "L12",  0x4F,   "L15",  0x51,   "L17",
 677:     0x52,   "L18",  0x54,   "L20",  0x57,   "L23",  0x58,   "L24",
 678:     0x5B,   "L27",  0x5D,   "L29",  0x5E,   "L30",  0x68,   "L08",
 679:     0x6B,   "L11",  0x6D,   "L13",  0x6E,   "L14",  0x70,   "L16",
 680:     0x73,   "L19",  0x75,   "L21",  0x76,   "L22",  0x79,   "L25",
 681:     0x7A,   "L26",  0x7C,   "L28",  0x7F,   "L31",  0x80,   "C07",
 682:     0x89,   "U01",  0x8A,   "U02",  0x8C,   "U04",  0x8F,   "U07",
 683:     0x91,   "U09",  0x92,   "U10",  0x94,   "U12",  0x97,   "U15",
 684:     0x98,   "U16",  0x9B,   "U19",  0x9D,   "U21",  0x9E,   "U22",
 685:     0xA8,   "U00",  0xAB,   "U03",  0xAD,   "U05",  0xAE,   "U06",
 686:     0xB0,   "U08",  0xB3,   "U11",  0xB5,   "U13",  0xB6,   "U14",
 687:     0xB9,   "U17",  0xBA,   "U18",  0xBC,   "U20",  0xBF,   "U23",
 688:     0xC1,   "U25",  0xC2,   "U26",  0xC4,   "U28",  0xC7,   "U31",
 689:     0xE0,   "U24",  0xE3,   "U27",  0xE5,   "U29",  0xE6,   "U30"
 690: };
 691: 
 692: memlog (m, mcr)
 693:     int m;
 694:     struct mcr *mcr;
 695: {
 696:     register i;
 697: 
 698:     switch (mcrtype[m]) {
 699: 
 700: #if VAX780
 701:     case M780C:
 702:     for (i = 0; i < (sizeof (memlogtab) / sizeof (memlogtab[0])); i++)
 703:         if ((u_char)(M780C_SYN(mcr)) == memlogtab[i].m_syndrome) {
 704:             printf (
 705:     "mcr%d: replace %s chip in %s bank of memory board %d (0-15)\n",
 706:                 m,
 707:                 memlogtab[i].m_chip,
 708:                 (M780C_ADDR(mcr) & 0x8000) ? "upper" : "lower",
 709:                 (M780C_ADDR(mcr) >> 16));
 710:             return;
 711:         }
 712:     printf ("mcr%d: multiple errors, not traceable\n", m);
 713:     break;
 714: #endif
 715:     }
 716: }
 717: #endif
 718: 
 719: /*
 720:  * Invalidate single all pte's in a cluster
 721:  */
 722: tbiscl(v)
 723:     unsigned v;
 724: {
 725:     register caddr_t addr;      /* must be first reg var */
 726:     register int i;
 727: 
 728:     asm(".set TBIS,58");
 729:     addr = ptob(v);
 730:     for (i = 0; i < CLSIZE; i++) {
 731: #ifdef lint
 732:         mtpr(TBIS, addr);
 733: #else
 734:         asm("mtpr r11,$TBIS");
 735: #endif
 736:         addr += NBPG;
 737:     }
 738: }
 739: 
 740: int waittime = -1;
 741: 
 742: boot(paniced, arghowto)
 743:     int paniced, arghowto;
 744: {
 745:     register int howto;     /* r11 == how to boot */
 746:     register int devtype;       /* r10 == major of root dev */
 747: 
 748: #ifdef lint
 749:     howto = 0; devtype = 0;
 750:     printf("howto %d, devtype %d\n", arghowto, devtype);
 751: #endif
 752:     howto = arghowto;
 753:     if ((howto&RB_NOSYNC)==0 && waittime < 0 && bfreelist[0].b_forw) {
 754:         waittime = 0;
 755:         (void) splnet();
 756:         printf("syncing disks... ");
 757:         /*
 758: 		 * Release inodes held by texts before update.
 759: 		 */
 760:         xumount(NODEV);
 761:         update();
 762:         { register struct buf *bp;
 763:           int iter, nbusy;
 764: 
 765:           for (iter = 0; iter < 20; iter++) {
 766:             nbusy = 0;
 767:             for (bp = &buf[nbuf]; --bp >= buf; )
 768:                 if ((bp->b_flags & (B_BUSY|B_INVAL)) == B_BUSY)
 769:                     nbusy++;
 770:             if (nbusy == 0)
 771:                 break;
 772:             printf("%d ", nbusy);
 773:             DELAY(40000 * iter);
 774:           }
 775:         }
 776:         printf("done\n");
 777:         /*
 778: 		 * If we've been adjusting the clock, the todr
 779: 		 * will be out of synch; adjust it now.
 780: 		 */
 781:         resettodr();
 782:     }
 783:     splx(0x1f);         /* extreme priority */
 784:     devtype = major(rootdev);
 785:     if (howto&RB_HALT) {
 786:         printf("halting (in tight loop); hit\n\t^P\n\tHALT\n\n");
 787:         mtpr(IPL, 0x1f);
 788:         for (;;)
 789:             ;
 790:     } else {
 791:         if (paniced == RB_PANIC) {
 792:             doadump();      /* TXDB_BOOT's itself */
 793:             /*NOTREACHED*/
 794:         }
 795:         tocons(TXDB_BOOT);
 796:     }
 797: #if defined(VAX750) || defined(VAX730) || defined(VAX630)
 798:     if (cpu == VAX_750 || cpu == VAX_730 || cpu == VAX_630)
 799:         { asm("movl r11,r5"); }     /* boot flags go in r5 */
 800: #endif
 801:     for (;;)
 802:         asm("halt");
 803:     /*NOTREACHED*/
 804: }
 805: 
 806: tocons(c)
 807: {
 808:     register oldmask;
 809: 
 810:     while (((oldmask = mfpr(TXCS)) & TXCS_RDY) == 0)
 811:         continue;
 812: 
 813:     switch (cpu) {
 814: 
 815: #if VAX780 || VAX750 || VAX730 || VAX630
 816:     case VAX_780:
 817:     case VAX_750:
 818:     case VAX_730:
 819:     case VAX_630:
 820:         c |= TXDB_CONS;
 821:         break;
 822: #endif
 823: 
 824: #if VAX8600
 825:     case VAX_8600:
 826:         mtpr(TXCS, TXCS_LCONS | TXCS_WMASK);
 827:         while ((mfpr(TXCS) & TXCS_RDY) == 0)
 828:             continue;
 829:         break;
 830: #endif
 831:     }
 832: 
 833:     mtpr(TXDB, c);
 834: 
 835: #if VAX8600
 836:     switch (cpu) {
 837: 
 838:     case VAX_8600:
 839:         while ((mfpr(TXCS) & TXCS_RDY) == 0)
 840:             continue;
 841:         mtpr(TXCS, oldmask | TXCS_WMASK);
 842:         break;
 843:     }
 844: #endif
 845: }
 846: 
 847: int dumpmag = 0x8fca0101;   /* magic number for savecore */
 848: int dumpsize = 0;       /* also for savecore */
 849: /*
 850:  * Doadump comes here after turning off memory management and
 851:  * getting on the dump stack, either when called above, or by
 852:  * the auto-restart code.
 853:  */
 854: dumpsys()
 855: {
 856: 
 857:     rpb.rp_flag = 1;
 858: #ifdef notdef
 859:     if ((minor(dumpdev)&07) != 1)
 860:         return;
 861: #endif
 862:     dumpsize = physmem;
 863:     printf("\ndumping to dev %x, offset %d\n", dumpdev, dumplo);
 864:     printf("dump ");
 865:     switch ((*bdevsw[major(dumpdev)].d_dump)(dumpdev)) {
 866: 
 867:     case ENXIO:
 868:         printf("device bad\n");
 869:         break;
 870: 
 871:     case EFAULT:
 872:         printf("device not ready\n");
 873:         break;
 874: 
 875:     case EINVAL:
 876:         printf("area improper\n");
 877:         break;
 878: 
 879:     case EIO:
 880:         printf("i/o error");
 881:         break;
 882: 
 883:     default:
 884:         printf("succeeded");
 885:         break;
 886:     }
 887: }
 888: 
 889: /*
 890:  * Machine check error recovery code.
 891:  * Print out the machine check frame and then give up.
 892:  */
 893: #if VAX8600
 894: #define NMC8600 7
 895: char *mc8600[] = {
 896:     "unkn type",    "fbox error",   "ebox error",   "ibox error",
 897:     "mbox error",   "tbuf error",   "mbox 1D error"
 898: };
 899: /* codes for above */
 900: #define MC_FBOX     1
 901: #define MC_EBOX     2
 902: #define MC_IBOX     3
 903: #define MC_MBOX     4
 904: #define MC_TBUF     5
 905: #define MC_MBOX1D   6
 906: 
 907: /* error bits */
 908: #define MBOX_FE     0x8000      /* Mbox fatal error */
 909: #define FBOX_SERV   0x10000000  /* Fbox service error */
 910: #define IBOX_ERR    0x2000      /* Ibox error */
 911: #define EBOX_ERR    0x1e00      /* Ebox error */
 912: #define MBOX_1D     0x81d0000   /* Mbox 1D error */
 913: #define EDP_PE      0x200
 914: #endif
 915: 
 916: #if defined(VAX780) || defined(VAX750)
 917: char *mc780[] = {
 918:     "cp read",  "ctrl str par", "cp tbuf par",  "cp cache par",
 919:     "cp rdtimo",    "cp rds",   "ucode lost",   0,
 920:     0,      0,      "ib tbuf par",  0,
 921:     "ib rds",   "ib rd timo",   0,      "ib cache par"
 922: };
 923: #define MC750_TBERR 2       /* type code of cp tbuf par */
 924: #define MC750_TBPAR 4       /* tbuf par bit in mcesr */
 925: #endif
 926: 
 927: #if VAX730
 928: #define NMC730  12
 929: char *mc730[] = {
 930:     "tb par",   "bad retry",    "bad intr id",  "cant write ptem",
 931:     "unkn mcr err", "iib rd err",   "nxm ref",  "cp rds",
 932:     "unalgn ioref", "nonlw ioref",  "bad ioaddr",   "unalgn ubaddr",
 933: };
 934: #endif
 935: #if VAX630
 936: #define NMC630  10
 937: extern struct ka630cpu ka630cpu;
 938: char *mc630[] = {
 939:     0,      "immcr (fsd)",  "immcr (ssd)",  "fpu err 0",
 940:     "fpu err 7",    "mmu st(tb)",   "mmu st(m=0)",  "pte in p0",
 941:     "pte in p1",    "un intr id",
 942: };
 943: #endif
 944: 
 945: /*
 946:  * Frame for each cpu
 947:  */
 948: struct mc780frame {
 949:     int mc8_bcnt;       /* byte count == 0x28 */
 950:     int mc8_summary;        /* summary parameter (as above) */
 951:     int mc8_cpues;      /* cpu error status */
 952:     int mc8_upc;        /* micro pc */
 953:     int mc8_vaviba;     /* va/viba register */
 954:     int mc8_dreg;       /* d register */
 955:     int mc8_tber0;      /* tbuf error reg 0 */
 956:     int mc8_tber1;      /* tbuf error reg 1 */
 957:     int mc8_timo;       /* timeout address divided by 4 */
 958:     int mc8_parity;     /* parity */
 959:     int mc8_sbier;      /* sbi error register */
 960:     int mc8_pc;         /* trapped pc */
 961:     int mc8_psl;        /* trapped psl */
 962: };
 963: struct mc750frame {
 964:     int mc5_bcnt;       /* byte count == 0x28 */
 965:     int mc5_summary;        /* summary parameter (as above) */
 966:     int mc5_va;         /* virtual address register */
 967:     int mc5_errpc;      /* error pc */
 968:     int mc5_mdr;
 969:     int mc5_svmode;     /* saved mode register */
 970:     int mc5_rdtimo;     /* read lock timeout */
 971:     int mc5_tbgpar;     /* tb group parity error register */
 972:     int mc5_cacherr;        /* cache error register */
 973:     int mc5_buserr;     /* bus error register */
 974:     int mc5_mcesr;      /* machine check status register */
 975:     int mc5_pc;         /* trapped pc */
 976:     int mc5_psl;        /* trapped psl */
 977: };
 978: struct mc730frame {
 979:     int mc3_bcnt;       /* byte count == 0xc */
 980:     int mc3_summary;        /* summary parameter */
 981:     int mc3_parm[2];        /* parameter 1 and 2 */
 982:     int mc3_pc;         /* trapped pc */
 983:     int mc3_psl;        /* trapped psl */
 984: };
 985: struct mc630frame {
 986:     int mc63_bcnt;      /* byte count == 0xc */
 987:     int mc63_summary;       /* summary parameter */
 988:     int mc63_mrvaddr;       /* most recent vad */
 989:     int mc63_istate;        /* internal state */
 990:     int mc63_pc;            /* trapped pc */
 991:     int mc63_psl;       /* trapped psl */
 992: };
 993: struct mc8600frame {
 994:     int mc6_bcnt;       /* byte count == 0x58 */
 995:     int mc6_ehmsts;
 996:     int mc6_evmqsav;
 997:     int mc6_ebcs;
 998:     int mc6_edpsr;
 999:     int mc6_cslint;
1000:     int mc6_ibesr;
1001:     int mc6_ebxwd1;
1002:     int mc6_ebxwd2;
1003:     int mc6_ivasav;
1004:     int mc6_vibasav;
1005:     int mc6_esasav;
1006:     int mc6_isasav;
1007:     int mc6_cpc;
1008:     int mc6_mstat1;
1009:     int mc6_mstat2;
1010:     int mc6_mdecc;
1011:     int mc6_merg;
1012:     int mc6_cshctl;
1013:     int mc6_mear;
1014:     int mc6_medr;
1015:     int mc6_accs;
1016:     int mc6_cses;
1017:     int mc6_pc;         /* trapped pc */
1018:     int mc6_psl;        /* trapped psl */
1019: };
1020: 
1021: machinecheck(cmcf)
1022:     caddr_t cmcf;
1023: {
1024:     register u_int type = ((struct mc780frame *)cmcf)->mc8_summary;
1025: 
1026:     printf("machine check %x: ", type);
1027:     switch (cpu) {
1028: #if VAX8600
1029:     case VAX_8600: {
1030:         register struct mc8600frame *mcf = (struct mc8600frame *)cmcf;
1031: 
1032:         if (mcf->mc6_ebcs & MBOX_FE)
1033:             mcf->mc6_ehmsts |= MC_MBOX;
1034:         else if (mcf->mc6_ehmsts & FBOX_SERV)
1035:             mcf->mc6_ehmsts |= MC_FBOX;
1036:         else if (mcf->mc6_ebcs & EBOX_ERR) {
1037:             if (mcf->mc6_ebcs & EDP_PE)
1038:                 mcf->mc6_ehmsts |= MC_MBOX;
1039:             else
1040:                 mcf->mc6_ehmsts |= MC_EBOX;
1041:         } else if (mcf->mc6_ehmsts & IBOX_ERR)
1042:             mcf->mc6_ehmsts |= MC_IBOX;
1043:         else if (mcf->mc6_mstat1 & M8600_TB_ERR)
1044:             mcf->mc6_ehmsts |= MC_TBUF;
1045:         else if ((mcf->mc6_cslint & MBOX_1D) == MBOX_1D)
1046:             mcf->mc6_ehmsts |= MC_MBOX1D;
1047: 
1048:         type = mcf->mc6_ehmsts & 0x7;
1049:         if (type < NMC8600)
1050:             printf("machine check %x: %s", type, mc8600[type]);
1051:         printf("\n");
1052:         printf("\tehm.sts %x evmqsav %x ebcs %x edpsr %x cslint %x\n",
1053:             mcf->mc6_ehmsts, mcf->mc6_evmqsav, mcf->mc6_ebcs,
1054:             mcf->mc6_edpsr, mcf->mc6_cslint);
1055:         printf("\tibesr %x ebxwd %x %x ivasav %x vibasav %x\n",
1056:             mcf->mc6_ibesr, mcf->mc6_ebxwd1, mcf->mc6_ebxwd2,
1057:             mcf->mc6_ivasav, mcf->mc6_vibasav);
1058:         printf("\tesasav %x isasav %x cpc %x mstat %x %x mdecc %x\n",
1059:             mcf->mc6_esasav, mcf->mc6_isasav, mcf->mc6_cpc,
1060:             mcf->mc6_mstat1, mcf->mc6_mstat2, mcf->mc6_mdecc);
1061:         printf("\tmerg %x cshctl %x mear %x medr %x accs %x cses %x\n",
1062:             mcf->mc6_merg, mcf->mc6_cshctl, mcf->mc6_mear,
1063:             mcf->mc6_medr, mcf->mc6_accs, mcf->mc6_cses);
1064:         printf("\tpc %x psl %x\n", mcf->mc6_pc, mcf->mc6_psl);
1065:         mtpr(EHSR, 0);
1066:         break;
1067:     };
1068: #endif
1069: #if VAX780
1070:     case VAX_780: {
1071:         register struct mc780frame *mcf = (struct mc780frame *)cmcf;
1072: 
1073:         register int sbifs;
1074:         printf("%s%s\n", mc780[type&0xf],
1075:             (type&0xf0) ? " abort" : " fault");
1076:         printf("\tcpues %x upc %x va/viba %x dreg %x tber %x %x\n",
1077:            mcf->mc8_cpues, mcf->mc8_upc, mcf->mc8_vaviba,
1078:            mcf->mc8_dreg, mcf->mc8_tber0, mcf->mc8_tber1);
1079:         sbifs = mfpr(SBIFS);
1080:         printf("\ttimo %x parity %x sbier %x pc %x psl %x sbifs %x\n",
1081:            mcf->mc8_timo*4, mcf->mc8_parity, mcf->mc8_sbier,
1082:            mcf->mc8_pc, mcf->mc8_psl, sbifs);
1083:         /* THE FUNNY BITS IN THE FOLLOWING ARE FROM THE ``BLACK */
1084:         /* BOOK'' AND SHOULD BE PUT IN AN ``sbi.h'' */
1085:         mtpr(SBIFS, sbifs &~ 0x2000000);
1086:         mtpr(SBIER, mfpr(SBIER) | 0x70c0);
1087:         break;
1088:     }
1089: #endif
1090: #if VAX750
1091:     case VAX_750: {
1092:         register struct mc750frame *mcf = (struct mc750frame *)cmcf;
1093: 
1094:         int mcsr = mfpr(MCSR);
1095:         printf("%s%s\n", mc780[type&0xf],
1096:             (type&0xf0) ? " abort" : " fault");
1097:         mtpr(TBIA, 0);
1098:         mtpr(MCESR, 0xf);
1099:         printf("\tva %x errpc %x mdr %x smr %x rdtimo %x tbgpar %x cacherr %x\n",
1100:             mcf->mc5_va, mcf->mc5_errpc, mcf->mc5_mdr, mcf->mc5_svmode,
1101:             mcf->mc5_rdtimo, mcf->mc5_tbgpar, mcf->mc5_cacherr);
1102:         printf("\tbuserr %x mcesr %x pc %x psl %x mcsr %x\n",
1103:             mcf->mc5_buserr, mcf->mc5_mcesr, mcf->mc5_pc, mcf->mc5_psl,
1104:             mcsr);
1105:         if (type == MC750_TBERR && (mcf->mc5_mcesr&0xe) == MC750_TBPAR){
1106:             printf("tbuf par: flushing and returning\n");
1107:             return;
1108:         }
1109:         break;
1110:         }
1111: #endif
1112: #if VAX730
1113:     case VAX_730: {
1114:         register struct mc730frame *mcf = (struct mc730frame *)cmcf;
1115: 
1116:         if (type < NMC730)
1117:             printf("%s", mc730[type]);
1118:         printf("\n");
1119:         printf("params %x,%x pc %x psl %x mcesr %x\n",
1120:             mcf->mc3_parm[0], mcf->mc3_parm[1],
1121:             mcf->mc3_pc, mcf->mc3_psl, mfpr(MCESR));
1122:         mtpr(MCESR, 0xf);
1123:         break;
1124:         }
1125: #endif
1126: #if VAX630
1127:     case VAX_630: {
1128:         register struct ka630cpu *ka630addr = &ka630cpu;
1129:         register struct mc630frame *mcf = (struct mc630frame *)cmcf;
1130:         printf("vap %x istate %x pc %x psl %x\n",
1131:             mcf->mc63_mrvaddr, mcf->mc63_istate,
1132:             mcf->mc63_pc, mcf->mc63_psl);
1133:         if (ka630addr->ka630_mser & KA630MSER_MERR) {
1134:             printf("mser=0x%x ",ka630addr->ka630_mser);
1135:             if (ka630addr->ka630_mser & KA630MSER_CPUER)
1136:                 printf("page=%d",ka630addr->ka630_cear);
1137:             if (ka630addr->ka630_mser & KA630MSER_DQPE)
1138:                 printf("page=%d",ka630addr->ka630_dear);
1139:             printf("\n");
1140:         }
1141:         break;
1142:         }
1143: #endif
1144:     }
1145:     memerr();
1146:     panic("mchk");
1147: }
1148: 
1149: /*
1150:  * Return the best possible estimate of the time in the timeval
1151:  * to which tvp points.  We do this by reading the interval count
1152:  * register to determine the time remaining to the next clock tick.
1153:  * We must compensate for wraparound which is not yet reflected in the time
1154:  * (which happens when the ICR hits 0 and wraps after the splhigh(),
1155:  * but before the mfpr(ICR)).  Also check that this time is no less than
1156:  * any previously-reported time, which could happen around the time
1157:  * of a clock adjustment.  Just for fun, we guarantee that the time
1158:  * will be greater than the value obtained by a previous call.
1159:  */
1160: microtime(tvp)
1161:     register struct timeval *tvp;
1162: {
1163:     int s = splhigh();
1164:     static struct timeval lasttime;
1165:     register long t;
1166: 
1167:     *tvp = time;
1168:     t =  mfpr(ICR);
1169:     if (t < -tick / 2 && (mfpr(ICCS) & ICCS_INT))
1170:         t += tick;
1171:     tvp->tv_usec += tick + t;
1172:     if (tvp->tv_usec > 1000000) {
1173:         tvp->tv_sec++;
1174:         tvp->tv_usec -= 1000000;
1175:     }
1176:     if (tvp->tv_sec == lasttime.tv_sec &&
1177:         tvp->tv_usec <= lasttime.tv_usec &&
1178:         (tvp->tv_usec = lasttime.tv_usec + 1) > 1000000) {
1179:         tvp->tv_sec++;
1180:         tvp->tv_usec -= 1000000;
1181:     }
1182:     lasttime = *tvp;
1183:     splx(s);
1184: }
1185: 
1186: physstrat(bp, strat, prio)
1187:     struct buf *bp;
1188:     int (*strat)(), prio;
1189: {
1190:     int s;
1191: 
1192:     (*strat)(bp);
1193:     /* pageout daemon doesn't wait for pushed pages */
1194:     if (bp->b_flags & B_DIRTY)
1195:         return;
1196:     s = splbio();
1197:     while ((bp->b_flags & B_DONE) == 0)
1198:         sleep((caddr_t)bp, prio);
1199:     splx(s);
1200: }
1201: 
1202: initcpu()
1203: {
1204:     /*
1205: 	 * Enable cache.
1206: 	 */
1207:     switch (cpu) {
1208: 
1209: #if VAX780
1210:     case VAX_780:
1211:         mtpr(SBIMT, 0x200000);
1212:         break;
1213: #endif
1214: #if VAX750
1215:     case VAX_750:
1216:         mtpr(CADR, 0);
1217:         break;
1218: #endif
1219: #if VAX8600
1220:     case VAX_8600:
1221:         mtpr(CSWP, 3);
1222:         break;
1223: #endif
1224:     default:
1225:         break;
1226:     }
1227: 
1228:     /*
1229: 	 * Enable floating point accelerator if it exists
1230: 	 * and has control register.
1231: 	 */
1232:     switch(cpu) {
1233: 
1234: #if VAX8600 || VAX780
1235:     case VAX_780:
1236:     case VAX_8600:
1237:         if ((mfpr(ACCS) & 0xff) != 0) {
1238:             printf("Enabling FPA\n");
1239:             mtpr(ACCS, 0x8000);
1240:         }
1241: #endif
1242:     default:
1243:         break;
1244:     }
1245: }

Defined functions

boot defined in line 742; used 2 times
dorti defined in line 450; never used
dumpsys defined in line 854; used 2 times
initcpu defined in line 1202; used 1 times
machinecheck defined in line 1021; used 2 times
memenable defined in line 493; used 2 times
memerr defined in line 543; used 3 times
memlog defined in line 692; used 1 times
microtime defined in line 1160; used 2 times
osigcleanup defined in line 432; used 1 times
physstrat defined in line 1186; used 2 times
sendsig defined in line 312; used 1 times
setregs defined in line 287; used 1 times
sigreturn defined in line 399; used 2 times
startup defined in line 63; used 1 times
tbiscl defined in line 722; used 1 times
tocons defined in line 806; used 4 times
vmtime defined in line 273; used 2 times

Defined variables

bufpages defined in line 57; used 10 times
dumpmag defined in line 847; never used
dumpsize defined in line 848; used 1 times
mc630 defined in line 938; never used
mc730 defined in line 929; used 1 times
mc780 defined in line 917; used 2 times
mc8600 defined in line 895; used 1 times
memintvl defined in line 491; used 2 times
nbuf defined in line 52; used 16 times
nswbuf defined in line 48; used 5 times
waittime defined in line 740; used 3 times

Defined struct's

a defined in line 401; used 2 times
  • in line 407(2)
mc630frame defined in line 985; used 4 times
mc730frame defined in line 978; used 4 times
mc750frame defined in line 963; used 4 times
mc780frame defined in line 948; used 6 times
mc8600frame defined in line 993; used 4 times
sigframe defined in line 317; used 2 times
  • in line 341(2)

Defined macros

EBOX_ERR defined in line 911; used 1 times
EDP_PE defined in line 913; used 1 times
FBOX_SERV defined in line 909; used 1 times
IBOX_ERR defined in line 910; used 1 times
MBOX_1D defined in line 912; used 2 times
MBOX_FE defined in line 908; used 1 times
MC750_TBERR defined in line 923; used 1 times
MC750_TBPAR defined in line 924; used 1 times
MC_EBOX defined in line 901; used 1 times
MC_FBOX defined in line 900; used 1 times
MC_IBOX defined in line 902; used 1 times
MC_MBOX defined in line 903; used 2 times
MC_MBOX1D defined in line 905; used 1 times
MC_TBUF defined in line 904; used 1 times
NMC630 defined in line 936; never used
NMC730 defined in line 928; used 1 times
NMC8600 defined in line 894; used 1 times
valloc defined in line 106; used 10 times
valloclim defined in line 108; used 7 times
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