1: /*
   2:  * SCCSID: @(#)dkbad.c	3.0	4/21/86
   3:  */
   4: /*
   5:  *		LICENSED FROM DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORPORATION
   6:  *			       COPYRIGHT (c)
   7:  *		       DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORPORATION
   8:  *			  MAYNARD, MASSACHUSETTS
   9:  *			      1985, 1986, 1987
  10:  *			   ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  11:  *
  12:  *	THE INFORMATION IN THIS SOFTWARE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT
  13:  *	NOTICE AND SHOULD NOT BE CONSTRUED AS A COMMITMENT BY DIGITAL
  14:  *	EQUIPMENT CORPORATION.  DIGITAL MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS ABOUT
  15:  *	THE SUITABILITY OF THIS SOFTWARE FOR ANY PURPOSE.  IT IS
  16:  *	SUPPLIED "AS IS" WITHOUT EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY.
  17:  *
  18:  *	IF THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA OR ITS LICENSEES
  19:  *	MODIFY THE SOFTWARE IN A MANNER CREATING DERIVATIVE COPYRIGHT
  20:  *	RIGHTS, APPROPRIATE COPYRIGHT LEGENDS MAY BE PLACED ON THE
  21:  *	DERIVATIVE WORK IN ADDITION TO THAT SET FORTH ABOVE.
  22:  */
  23: 
  24: /*
  25:  * ULTRIX-11	Standalone Common Bad Sector Code
  26:  *
  27:  * Jerry Brenner	12/20/82
  28:  * Fred Canter		7/4/84 (modified for multiple dk_bad structures)
  29:  */
  30: 
  31: #include <sys/param.h>
  32: #include <sys/bads.h>
  33: #include <sys/inode.h>
  34: #include "saio.h"
  35: 
  36: struct dkres dkr[2];
  37: /*
  38:  * Search the bad sector table looking for
  39:  * the specified sector.  Return index if found.
  40:  * Return -1 if not found.
  41:  */
  42: 
  43: isbad(bt, cyl, trk, sec)
  44:     register struct dkbad *bt;
  45: {
  46:     register int i;
  47:     register long blk, bblk;
  48: 
  49:     blk = ((long)cyl << 16) + (trk << 8) + sec;
  50:     for (i = 0; i < 126; i++) {
  51:         bblk=((long)bt->bt_badb[i].bt_cyl<<16)+bt->bt_badb[i].bt_trksec;
  52:         if (blk == bblk)
  53:             return (i);
  54:         if (blk < bblk || bblk < 0)
  55:             break;
  56:     }
  57:     return (-1);
  58: }
  59: 
  60: fixbad(io, wcnt, flag, dkn)
  61: struct iob *io;
  62: unsigned wcnt;
  63: int flag, dkn;
  64: {
  65:     int scnt, rcnt, tcnt;
  66:     long tadr;
  67: 
  68:     tcnt = -(io->i_cc>>1);
  69:     scnt = (wcnt - tcnt)<<1;
  70:     scnt = (scnt/512)*512;
  71:     rcnt = io->i_cc - scnt;
  72:     tadr = (((long)segflag)<<16) + io->i_ma;
  73:     tadr += scnt;
  74:     if(flag){
  75:         dkr[dkn].r_vma = tadr&0177777;
  76:         dkr[dkn].r_vxm = tadr >> 16;
  77:         if(rcnt > 512){
  78:             dkr[dkn].r_cc = rcnt - 512;
  79:             dkr[dkn].r_vcc = 512;
  80:             tadr += 512;
  81:             dkr[dkn].r_ma = tadr&0177777;
  82:             dkr[dkn].r_xm = tadr >> 16;
  83:             dkr[dkn].r_bn = io->i_bn +(scnt/512)+1;
  84:         } else {
  85:             dkr[dkn].r_vcc = rcnt<=0?512:rcnt;
  86:             dkr[dkn].r_cc = 0;
  87:             dkr[dkn].r_ma = 0;
  88:         }
  89:     }else{
  90:         dkr[dkn].r_ma = tadr&0177777;
  91:         dkr[dkn].r_xm = tadr >> 16;
  92:         dkr[dkn].r_cc = rcnt;
  93:         dkr[dkn].r_vcc = scnt;
  94:         dkr[dkn].r_bn = io->i_bn + (scnt/512);
  95:     }
  96: }
  97: 
  98: /*
  99:  * Allocate a bads structure for the disk,
 100:  * or return index into dk_badf[] if one
 101:  * allready allocated.
 102:  */
 103: extern  int dk_badf[];
 104: 
 105: dkn_set(io)
 106: struct iob *io;
 107: {
 108:     register int i;
 109: 
 110:     /* form sort of a major/minor device number */
 111:     i = (io->i_ino.i_dev << 8) | io->i_unit;
 112:     if(dk_badf[0] == i)
 113:         return(0);
 114:     else if(dk_badf[1] == i)
 115:         return(1);
 116:     else if(dk_badf[0] == 0) {
 117:         dk_badf[0] = i;
 118:         return(0);
 119:     } else if(dk_badf[1] == 0) {
 120:         dk_badf[1] = i;
 121:         return(1);
 122:     } else
 123:         return(-1);
 124: }
 125: 
 126: /*
 127:  * This routine is called by the HP and HK drivers
 128:  * to do ECC error correction on data in the user's buffer.
 129:  * The problem is that the buffer is not mapped into the same
 130:  * 64KB segment is the driver (most of the time).
 131:  * Snarf KISA5 to map to the buffer. Everything is single threded,
 132:  * so that should be safe.
 133:  *
 134:  * segflag, defines the 64KB segment where I/O buffer located.
 135:  * addr - address within the 64KB segment
 136:  * xor  - data to exclusive or with the data in the buffer
 137:  */
 138: 
 139: #define KISA5   ((physadr)0172352)
 140: 
 141: fixecc(addr, xor)
 142: unsigned addr;
 143: unsigned xor;
 144: {
 145:     register int okisa5;
 146:     register int i;
 147:     register char *p;
 148: 
 149:     okisa5 = KISA5->r[0];
 150:     i = segflag << 10;
 151:     i |= ((addr >> 6) & 01600);
 152:     KISA5->r[0] = i;
 153:     p = (addr & 017777) | 0120000;
 154:     *((int *)p) ^= xor;
 155:     KISA5->r[0] = okisa5;
 156: }
 157: 
 158: /*
 159:  * This routine performs the same function as fixecc(), but is
 160:  * only used by the HK driver. Instead of fixing the ECC in the user's
 161:  * buffer, it fixes the sector headers read into the user's buffer
 162:  * when revectoring bad blocks.
 163:  */
 164: 
 165: fixhdr(addr, data)
 166: unsigned addr;
 167: unsigned data;
 168: {
 169:     register int okisa5;
 170:     register int i;
 171:     register char *p;
 172: 
 173:     okisa5 = KISA5->r[0];
 174:     i = segflag << 10;
 175:     i |= ((addr >> 6) & 01600);
 176:     KISA5->r[0] = i;
 177:     p = (addr & 017777) | 0120000;
 178:     *((int *)p) = data;
 179:     KISA5->r[0] = okisa5;
 180: }

Defined functions

dkn_set defined in line 105; never used
fixbad defined in line 60; never used
fixecc defined in line 141; never used
fixhdr defined in line 165; never used
isbad defined in line 43; never used

Defined variables

dkr defined in line 36; used 15 times

Defined macros

KISA5 defined in line 139; used 6 times
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