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:  *	@(#)mbavar.h	7.1 (Berkeley) 6/5/86
   7:  */
   8: 
   9: /*
  10:  * This file contains definitions related to the kernel structures
  11:  * for dealing with the massbus adapters.
  12:  *
  13:  * Each mba has a mba_hd structure.
  14:  * Each massbus device has a mba_device structure.
  15:  * Each massbus slave has a mba_slave structure.
  16:  *
  17:  * At boot time we prowl the structures and fill in the pointers
  18:  * for devices which we find.
  19:  */
  20: 
  21: /*
  22:  * Per-mba structure.
  23:  *
  24:  * The initialization routine uses the information in the mbdinit table
  25:  * to initialize the what is attached to each massbus slot information.
  26:  * It counts the number of devices on each mba (to see if bothering to
  27:  * search/seek is appropriate).
  28:  *
  29:  * During normal operation, the devices attached to the mba which wish
  30:  * to transfer are queued on the mh_act? links.
  31:  */
  32: struct  mba_hd {
  33:     short   mh_active;      /* set if mba is active */
  34:     short   mh_ndrive;      /* number of devices, to avoid seeks */
  35:     struct  mba_regs *mh_mba;   /* virt addr of mba */
  36:     struct  mba_regs *mh_physmba;   /* phys addr of mba */
  37:     struct  mba_device *mh_mbip[8]; /* what is attached to each dev */
  38:     struct  mba_device *mh_actf;    /* head of queue to transfer */
  39:     struct  mba_device *mh_actl;    /* tail of queue to transfer */
  40: };
  41: 
  42: /*
  43:  * Per-device structure
  44:  * (one for each RM/RP disk, and one for each tape formatter).
  45:  *
  46:  * This structure is used by the device driver as its argument
  47:  * to the massbus driver, and by the massbus driver to locate
  48:  * the device driver for a particular massbus slot.
  49:  *
  50:  * The device drivers hang ready buffers on this structure,
  51:  * and the massbus driver will start i/o on the first such buffer
  52:  * when appropriate.
  53:  */
  54: struct  mba_device {
  55:     struct  mba_driver *mi_driver;
  56:     short   mi_unit;    /* unit number to the system */
  57:     short   mi_mbanum;  /* the mba it is on */
  58:     short   mi_drive;   /* controller on mba */
  59:     short   mi_dk;      /* driver number for iostat */
  60:     short   mi_alive;   /* device exists */
  61:     short   mi_type;    /* driver specific unit type */
  62:     struct  buf mi_tab; /* head of queue for this device */
  63:     struct  mba_device *mi_forw;
  64: /* we could compute these every time, but hereby save time */
  65:     struct  mba_regs *mi_mba;
  66:     struct  mba_drv *mi_drv;
  67:     struct  mba_hd *mi_hd;
  68: };
  69: 
  70: #define b_bdone b_bufsize       /* redefinition for mi_tab XXX */
  71: 
  72: /*
  73:  * Tape formatter slaves are specified by
  74:  * the following information which is used
  75:  * at boot time to initialize the tape driver
  76:  * internal tables.
  77:  */
  78: struct  mba_slave {
  79:     struct  mba_driver *ms_driver;
  80:     short   ms_ctlr;        /* which of several formatters */
  81:     short   ms_unit;        /* which unit to system */
  82:     short   ms_slave;       /* which slave to formatter */
  83:     short   ms_alive;
  84: };
  85: 
  86: /*
  87:  * Per device-type structure.
  88:  *
  89:  * Each massbus driver defines entries for a set of routines used
  90:  * by the massbus driver, as well as an array of types which are
  91:  * acceptable to it.
  92:  */
  93: struct mba_driver {
  94:     int (*md_attach)();     /* attach a device */
  95:     int (*md_slave)();      /* attach a slave */
  96:     int (*md_ustart)();     /* unit start routine */
  97:     int (*md_start)();      /* setup a data transfer */
  98:     int (*md_dtint)();      /* data transfer complete */
  99:     int (*md_ndint)();      /* non-data transfer interrupt */
 100:     short   *md_type;       /* array of drive type codes */
 101:     char    *md_dname, *md_sname;   /* device, slave names */
 102:     struct  mba_device **md_info;   /* backpointers to mbinit structs */
 103: };
 104: 
 105: /*
 106:  * Possible return values from unit start routines.
 107:  */
 108: #define MBU_NEXT    0       /* skip to next operation */
 109: #define MBU_BUSY    1       /* dual port busy; wait for intr */
 110: #define MBU_STARTED 2       /* non-data transfer started */
 111: #define MBU_DODATA  3       /* data transfer ready; start mba */
 112: 
 113: /*
 114:  * Possible return values from data transfer interrupt handling routines
 115:  */
 116: #define MBD_DONE    0       /* data transfer complete */
 117: #define MBD_RETRY   1       /* error occurred, please retry */
 118: #define MBD_RESTARTED   2       /* driver restarted i/o itself */
 119: #define MBD_REPOSITION  3       /* driver started unit, not transfer */
 120: 
 121: /*
 122:  * Possible return values from non-data-transfer interrupt handling routines
 123:  */
 124: #define MBN_DONE    0       /* non-data transfer complete */
 125: #define MBN_RETRY   1       /* failed; retry the operation */
 126: #define MBN_SKIP    2       /* don't do anything */
 127: 
 128: /*
 129:  * Clear attention status for specified device.
 130:  */
 131: #define mbclrattn(mi)   ((mi)->mi_mba->mba_drv[0].mbd_as = 1 << (mi)->mi_drive)
 132: 
 133: /*
 134:  * Kernel definitions related to mba.
 135:  */
 136: #ifdef KERNEL
 137: int nummba;
 138: #if NMBA > 0
 139: struct  mba_hd mba_hd[NMBA];
 140: extern  Xmba0int(), Xmba1int(), Xmba2int(), Xmba3int();
 141: 
 142: extern  struct  mba_device mbdinit[];
 143: extern  struct  mba_slave mbsinit[];
 144: #endif
 145: #endif

Defined variables

mba_hd defined in line 139; used 4 times
nummba defined in line 137; used 10 times

Defined struct's

mba_device defined in line 54; used 117 times
mba_driver defined in line 93; used 24 times
mba_hd defined in line 32; used 18 times
mba_slave defined in line 78; used 12 times

Defined macros

MBD_DONE defined in line 116; used 4 times
MBD_REPOSITION defined in line 119; used 1 times
MBD_RESTARTED defined in line 118; used 6 times
MBD_RETRY defined in line 117; used 4 times
MBN_DONE defined in line 124; used 12 times
MBN_RETRY defined in line 125; used 5 times
MBN_SKIP defined in line 126; used 4 times
MBU_BUSY defined in line 109; used 1 times
MBU_DODATA defined in line 111; used 7 times
MBU_NEXT defined in line 108; used 9 times
b_bdone defined in line 70; used 5 times
mbclrattn defined in line 131; used 8 times

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