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[pandora-kernel.git] / drivers / scsi / aacraid / aacraid.h
1 #ifndef dprintk
2 # define dprintk(x)
3 #endif
4 /* eg: if (nblank(dprintk(x))) */
5 #define _nblank(x) #x
6 #define nblank(x) _nblank(x)[0]
7
8 #include <linux/interrupt.h>
9
10 /*------------------------------------------------------------------------------
11  *              D E F I N E S
12  *----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
13
14 #ifndef AAC_DRIVER_BUILD
15 # define AAC_DRIVER_BUILD 28000
16 # define AAC_DRIVER_BRANCH "-ms"
17 #endif
18 #define MAXIMUM_NUM_CONTAINERS  32
19
20 #define AAC_NUM_MGT_FIB         8
21 #define AAC_NUM_IO_FIB          (512 - AAC_NUM_MGT_FIB)
22 #define AAC_NUM_FIB             (AAC_NUM_IO_FIB + AAC_NUM_MGT_FIB)
23
24 #define AAC_MAX_LUN             (8)
25
26 #define AAC_MAX_HOSTPHYSMEMPAGES (0xfffff)
27 #define AAC_MAX_32BIT_SGBCOUNT  ((unsigned short)256)
28
29 #define AAC_DEBUG_INSTRUMENT_AIF_DELETE
30
31 /*
32  * These macros convert from physical channels to virtual channels
33  */
34 #define CONTAINER_CHANNEL               (0)
35 #define CONTAINER_TO_CHANNEL(cont)      (CONTAINER_CHANNEL)
36 #define CONTAINER_TO_ID(cont)           (cont)
37 #define CONTAINER_TO_LUN(cont)          (0)
38
39 #define aac_phys_to_logical(x)  ((x)+1)
40 #define aac_logical_to_phys(x)  ((x)?(x)-1:0)
41
42 /* #define AAC_DETAILED_STATUS_INFO */
43
44 struct diskparm
45 {
46         int heads;
47         int sectors;
48         int cylinders;
49 };
50
51
52 /*
53  *      Firmware constants
54  */
55
56 #define         CT_NONE                 0
57 #define         CT_OK                   218
58 #define         FT_FILESYS      8       /* ADAPTEC's "FSA"(tm) filesystem */
59 #define         FT_DRIVE        9       /* physical disk - addressable in scsi by bus/id/lun */
60
61 /*
62  *      Host side memory scatter gather list
63  *      Used by the adapter for read, write, and readdirplus operations
64  *      We have separate 32 and 64 bit version because even
65  *      on 64 bit systems not all cards support the 64 bit version
66  */
67 struct sgentry {
68         __le32  addr;   /* 32-bit address. */
69         __le32  count;  /* Length. */
70 };
71
72 struct user_sgentry {
73         u32     addr;   /* 32-bit address. */
74         u32     count;  /* Length. */
75 };
76
77 struct sgentry64 {
78         __le32  addr[2];        /* 64-bit addr. 2 pieces for data alignment */
79         __le32  count;  /* Length. */
80 };
81
82 struct user_sgentry64 {
83         u32     addr[2];        /* 64-bit addr. 2 pieces for data alignment */
84         u32     count;  /* Length. */
85 };
86
87 struct sgentryraw {
88         __le32          next;   /* reserved for F/W use */
89         __le32          prev;   /* reserved for F/W use */
90         __le32          addr[2];
91         __le32          count;
92         __le32          flags;  /* reserved for F/W use */
93 };
94
95 struct user_sgentryraw {
96         u32             next;   /* reserved for F/W use */
97         u32             prev;   /* reserved for F/W use */
98         u32             addr[2];
99         u32             count;
100         u32             flags;  /* reserved for F/W use */
101 };
102
103 /*
104  *      SGMAP
105  *
106  *      This is the SGMAP structure for all commands that use
107  *      32-bit addressing.
108  */
109
110 struct sgmap {
111         __le32          count;
112         struct sgentry  sg[1];
113 };
114
115 struct user_sgmap {
116         u32             count;
117         struct user_sgentry     sg[1];
118 };
119
120 struct sgmap64 {
121         __le32          count;
122         struct sgentry64 sg[1];
123 };
124
125 struct user_sgmap64 {
126         u32             count;
127         struct user_sgentry64 sg[1];
128 };
129
130 struct sgmapraw {
131         __le32            count;
132         struct sgentryraw sg[1];
133 };
134
135 struct user_sgmapraw {
136         u32               count;
137         struct user_sgentryraw sg[1];
138 };
139
140 struct creation_info
141 {
142         u8              buildnum;               /* e.g., 588 */
143         u8              usec;                   /* e.g., 588 */
144         u8              via;                    /* e.g., 1 = FSU,
145                                                  *       2 = API
146                                                  */
147         u8              year;                   /* e.g., 1997 = 97 */
148         __le32          date;                   /*
149                                                  * unsigned     Month           :4;     // 1 - 12
150                                                  * unsigned     Day             :6;     // 1 - 32
151                                                  * unsigned     Hour            :6;     // 0 - 23
152                                                  * unsigned     Minute          :6;     // 0 - 60
153                                                  * unsigned     Second          :6;     // 0 - 60
154                                                  */
155         __le32          serial[2];                      /* e.g., 0x1DEADB0BFAFAF001 */
156 };
157
158
159 /*
160  *      Define all the constants needed for the communication interface
161  */
162
163 /*
164  *      Define how many queue entries each queue will have and the total
165  *      number of entries for the entire communication interface. Also define
166  *      how many queues we support.
167  *
168  *      This has to match the controller
169  */
170
171 #define NUMBER_OF_COMM_QUEUES  8   // 4 command; 4 response
172 #define HOST_HIGH_CMD_ENTRIES  4
173 #define HOST_NORM_CMD_ENTRIES  8
174 #define ADAP_HIGH_CMD_ENTRIES  4
175 #define ADAP_NORM_CMD_ENTRIES  512
176 #define HOST_HIGH_RESP_ENTRIES 4
177 #define HOST_NORM_RESP_ENTRIES 512
178 #define ADAP_HIGH_RESP_ENTRIES 4
179 #define ADAP_NORM_RESP_ENTRIES 8
180
181 #define TOTAL_QUEUE_ENTRIES  \
182     (HOST_NORM_CMD_ENTRIES + HOST_HIGH_CMD_ENTRIES + ADAP_NORM_CMD_ENTRIES + ADAP_HIGH_CMD_ENTRIES + \
183             HOST_NORM_RESP_ENTRIES + HOST_HIGH_RESP_ENTRIES + ADAP_NORM_RESP_ENTRIES + ADAP_HIGH_RESP_ENTRIES)
184
185
186 /*
187  *      Set the queues on a 16 byte alignment
188  */
189
190 #define QUEUE_ALIGNMENT         16
191
192 /*
193  *      The queue headers define the Communication Region queues. These
194  *      are physically contiguous and accessible by both the adapter and the
195  *      host. Even though all queue headers are in the same contiguous block
196  *      they will be represented as individual units in the data structures.
197  */
198
199 struct aac_entry {
200         __le32 size; /* Size in bytes of Fib which this QE points to */
201         __le32 addr; /* Receiver address of the FIB */
202 };
203
204 /*
205  *      The adapter assumes the ProducerIndex and ConsumerIndex are grouped
206  *      adjacently and in that order.
207  */
208
209 struct aac_qhdr {
210         __le64 header_addr;/* Address to hand the adapter to access
211                               to this queue head */
212         __le32 *producer; /* The producer index for this queue (host address) */
213         __le32 *consumer; /* The consumer index for this queue (host address) */
214 };
215
216 /*
217  *      Define all the events which the adapter would like to notify
218  *      the host of.
219  */
220
221 #define         HostNormCmdQue          1       /* Change in host normal priority command queue */
222 #define         HostHighCmdQue          2       /* Change in host high priority command queue */
223 #define         HostNormRespQue         3       /* Change in host normal priority response queue */
224 #define         HostHighRespQue         4       /* Change in host high priority response queue */
225 #define         AdapNormRespNotFull     5
226 #define         AdapHighRespNotFull     6
227 #define         AdapNormCmdNotFull      7
228 #define         AdapHighCmdNotFull      8
229 #define         SynchCommandComplete    9
230 #define         AdapInternalError       0xfe    /* The adapter detected an internal error shutting down */
231
232 /*
233  *      Define all the events the host wishes to notify the
234  *      adapter of. The first four values much match the Qid the
235  *      corresponding queue.
236  */
237
238 #define         AdapNormCmdQue          2
239 #define         AdapHighCmdQue          3
240 #define         AdapNormRespQue         6
241 #define         AdapHighRespQue         7
242 #define         HostShutdown            8
243 #define         HostPowerFail           9
244 #define         FatalCommError          10
245 #define         HostNormRespNotFull     11
246 #define         HostHighRespNotFull     12
247 #define         HostNormCmdNotFull      13
248 #define         HostHighCmdNotFull      14
249 #define         FastIo                  15
250 #define         AdapPrintfDone          16
251
252 /*
253  *      Define all the queues that the adapter and host use to communicate
254  *      Number them to match the physical queue layout.
255  */
256
257 enum aac_queue_types {
258         HostNormCmdQueue = 0,   /* Adapter to host normal priority command traffic */
259         HostHighCmdQueue,       /* Adapter to host high priority command traffic */
260         AdapNormCmdQueue,       /* Host to adapter normal priority command traffic */
261         AdapHighCmdQueue,       /* Host to adapter high priority command traffic */
262         HostNormRespQueue,      /* Adapter to host normal priority response traffic */
263         HostHighRespQueue,      /* Adapter to host high priority response traffic */
264         AdapNormRespQueue,      /* Host to adapter normal priority response traffic */
265         AdapHighRespQueue       /* Host to adapter high priority response traffic */
266 };
267
268 /*
269  *      Assign type values to the FSA communication data structures
270  */
271
272 #define         FIB_MAGIC       0x0001
273
274 /*
275  *      Define the priority levels the FSA communication routines support.
276  */
277
278 #define         FsaNormal       1
279
280 /* transport FIB header (PMC) */
281 struct aac_fib_xporthdr {
282         u64     HostAddress;    /* FIB host address w/o xport header */
283         u32     Size;           /* FIB size excluding xport header */
284         u32     Handle;         /* driver handle to reference the FIB */
285         u64     Reserved[2];
286 };
287
288 #define         ALIGN32         32
289
290 /*
291  * Define the FIB. The FIB is the where all the requested data and
292  * command information are put to the application on the FSA adapter.
293  */
294
295 struct aac_fibhdr {
296         __le32 XferState;       /* Current transfer state for this CCB */
297         __le16 Command;         /* Routing information for the destination */
298         u8 StructType;          /* Type FIB */
299         u8 Flags;               /* Flags for FIB */
300         __le16 Size;            /* Size of this FIB in bytes */
301         __le16 SenderSize;      /* Size of the FIB in the sender
302                                    (for response sizing) */
303         __le32 SenderFibAddress;  /* Host defined data in the FIB */
304         __le32 ReceiverFibAddress;/* Logical address of this FIB for
305                                      the adapter */
306         u32 SenderData;         /* Place holder for the sender to store data */
307         union {
308                 struct {
309                     __le32 _ReceiverTimeStart;  /* Timestamp for
310                                                    receipt of fib */
311                     __le32 _ReceiverTimeDone;   /* Timestamp for
312                                                    completion of fib */
313                 } _s;
314         } _u;
315 };
316
317 struct hw_fib {
318         struct aac_fibhdr header;
319         u8 data[512-sizeof(struct aac_fibhdr)]; // Command specific data
320 };
321
322 /*
323  *      FIB commands
324  */
325
326 #define         TestCommandResponse             1
327 #define         TestAdapterCommand              2
328 /*
329  *      Lowlevel and comm commands
330  */
331 #define         LastTestCommand                 100
332 #define         ReinitHostNormCommandQueue      101
333 #define         ReinitHostHighCommandQueue      102
334 #define         ReinitHostHighRespQueue         103
335 #define         ReinitHostNormRespQueue         104
336 #define         ReinitAdapNormCommandQueue      105
337 #define         ReinitAdapHighCommandQueue      107
338 #define         ReinitAdapHighRespQueue         108
339 #define         ReinitAdapNormRespQueue         109
340 #define         InterfaceShutdown               110
341 #define         DmaCommandFib                   120
342 #define         StartProfile                    121
343 #define         TermProfile                     122
344 #define         SpeedTest                       123
345 #define         TakeABreakPt                    124
346 #define         RequestPerfData                 125
347 #define         SetInterruptDefTimer            126
348 #define         SetInterruptDefCount            127
349 #define         GetInterruptDefStatus           128
350 #define         LastCommCommand                 129
351 /*
352  *      Filesystem commands
353  */
354 #define         NuFileSystem                    300
355 #define         UFS                             301
356 #define         HostFileSystem                  302
357 #define         LastFileSystemCommand           303
358 /*
359  *      Container Commands
360  */
361 #define         ContainerCommand                500
362 #define         ContainerCommand64              501
363 #define         ContainerRawIo                  502
364 /*
365  *      Scsi Port commands (scsi passthrough)
366  */
367 #define         ScsiPortCommand                 600
368 #define         ScsiPortCommand64               601
369 /*
370  *      Misc house keeping and generic adapter initiated commands
371  */
372 #define         AifRequest                      700
373 #define         CheckRevision                   701
374 #define         FsaHostShutdown                 702
375 #define         RequestAdapterInfo              703
376 #define         IsAdapterPaused                 704
377 #define         SendHostTime                    705
378 #define         RequestSupplementAdapterInfo    706
379 #define         LastMiscCommand                 707
380
381 /*
382  * Commands that will target the failover level on the FSA adapter
383  */
384
385 enum fib_xfer_state {
386         HostOwned                       = (1<<0),
387         AdapterOwned                    = (1<<1),
388         FibInitialized                  = (1<<2),
389         FibEmpty                        = (1<<3),
390         AllocatedFromPool               = (1<<4),
391         SentFromHost                    = (1<<5),
392         SentFromAdapter                 = (1<<6),
393         ResponseExpected                = (1<<7),
394         NoResponseExpected              = (1<<8),
395         AdapterProcessed                = (1<<9),
396         HostProcessed                   = (1<<10),
397         HighPriority                    = (1<<11),
398         NormalPriority                  = (1<<12),
399         Async                           = (1<<13),
400         AsyncIo                         = (1<<13),      // rpbfix: remove with new regime
401         PageFileIo                      = (1<<14),      // rpbfix: remove with new regime
402         ShutdownRequest                 = (1<<15),
403         LazyWrite                       = (1<<16),      // rpbfix: remove with new regime
404         AdapterMicroFib                 = (1<<17),
405         BIOSFibPath                     = (1<<18),
406         FastResponseCapable             = (1<<19),
407         ApiFib                          = (1<<20),      /* Its an API Fib */
408         /* PMC NEW COMM: There is no more AIF data pending */
409         NoMoreAifDataAvailable          = (1<<21)
410 };
411
412 /*
413  *      The following defines needs to be updated any time there is an
414  *      incompatible change made to the aac_init structure.
415  */
416
417 #define ADAPTER_INIT_STRUCT_REVISION            3
418 #define ADAPTER_INIT_STRUCT_REVISION_4          4 // rocket science
419 #define ADAPTER_INIT_STRUCT_REVISION_6          6 /* PMC src */
420
421 struct aac_init
422 {
423         __le32  InitStructRevision;
424         __le32  MiniPortRevision;
425         __le32  fsrev;
426         __le32  CommHeaderAddress;
427         __le32  FastIoCommAreaAddress;
428         __le32  AdapterFibsPhysicalAddress;
429         __le32  AdapterFibsVirtualAddress;
430         __le32  AdapterFibsSize;
431         __le32  AdapterFibAlign;
432         __le32  printfbuf;
433         __le32  printfbufsiz;
434         __le32  HostPhysMemPages;   /* number of 4k pages of host
435                                        physical memory */
436         __le32  HostElapsedSeconds; /* number of seconds since 1970. */
437         /*
438          * ADAPTER_INIT_STRUCT_REVISION_4 begins here
439          */
440         __le32  InitFlags;      /* flags for supported features */
441 #define INITFLAGS_NEW_COMM_SUPPORTED    0x00000001
442 #define INITFLAGS_DRIVER_USES_UTC_TIME  0x00000010
443 #define INITFLAGS_DRIVER_SUPPORTS_PM    0x00000020
444 #define INITFLAGS_NEW_COMM_TYPE1_SUPPORTED      0x00000041
445         __le32  MaxIoCommands;  /* max outstanding commands */
446         __le32  MaxIoSize;      /* largest I/O command */
447         __le32  MaxFibSize;     /* largest FIB to adapter */
448         /* ADAPTER_INIT_STRUCT_REVISION_5 begins here */
449         __le32  MaxNumAif;      /* max number of aif */
450         /* ADAPTER_INIT_STRUCT_REVISION_6 begins here */
451         __le32  HostRRQ_AddrLow;
452         __le32  HostRRQ_AddrHigh;       /* Host RRQ (response queue) for SRC */
453 };
454
455 enum aac_log_level {
456         LOG_AAC_INIT                    = 10,
457         LOG_AAC_INFORMATIONAL           = 20,
458         LOG_AAC_WARNING                 = 30,
459         LOG_AAC_LOW_ERROR               = 40,
460         LOG_AAC_MEDIUM_ERROR            = 50,
461         LOG_AAC_HIGH_ERROR              = 60,
462         LOG_AAC_PANIC                   = 70,
463         LOG_AAC_DEBUG                   = 80,
464         LOG_AAC_WINDBG_PRINT            = 90
465 };
466
467 #define FSAFS_NTC_GET_ADAPTER_FIB_CONTEXT       0x030b
468 #define FSAFS_NTC_FIB_CONTEXT                   0x030c
469
470 struct aac_dev;
471 struct fib;
472 struct scsi_cmnd;
473
474 struct adapter_ops
475 {
476         /* Low level operations */
477         void (*adapter_interrupt)(struct aac_dev *dev);
478         void (*adapter_notify)(struct aac_dev *dev, u32 event);
479         void (*adapter_disable_int)(struct aac_dev *dev);
480         void (*adapter_enable_int)(struct aac_dev *dev);
481         int  (*adapter_sync_cmd)(struct aac_dev *dev, u32 command, u32 p1, u32 p2, u32 p3, u32 p4, u32 p5, u32 p6, u32 *status, u32 *r1, u32 *r2, u32 *r3, u32 *r4);
482         int  (*adapter_check_health)(struct aac_dev *dev);
483         int  (*adapter_restart)(struct aac_dev *dev, int bled);
484         /* Transport operations */
485         int  (*adapter_ioremap)(struct aac_dev * dev, u32 size);
486         irq_handler_t adapter_intr;
487         /* Packet operations */
488         int  (*adapter_deliver)(struct fib * fib);
489         int  (*adapter_bounds)(struct aac_dev * dev, struct scsi_cmnd * cmd, u64 lba);
490         int  (*adapter_read)(struct fib * fib, struct scsi_cmnd * cmd, u64 lba, u32 count);
491         int  (*adapter_write)(struct fib * fib, struct scsi_cmnd * cmd, u64 lba, u32 count, int fua);
492         int  (*adapter_scsi)(struct fib * fib, struct scsi_cmnd * cmd);
493         /* Administrative operations */
494         int  (*adapter_comm)(struct aac_dev * dev, int comm);
495 };
496
497 /*
498  *      Define which interrupt handler needs to be installed
499  */
500
501 struct aac_driver_ident
502 {
503         int     (*init)(struct aac_dev *dev);
504         char *  name;
505         char *  vname;
506         char *  model;
507         u16     channels;
508         int     quirks;
509 };
510 /*
511  * Some adapter firmware needs communication memory
512  * below 2gig. This tells the init function to set the
513  * dma mask such that fib memory will be allocated where the
514  * adapter firmware can get to it.
515  */
516 #define AAC_QUIRK_31BIT 0x0001
517
518 /*
519  * Some adapter firmware, when the raid card's cache is turned off, can not
520  * split up scatter gathers in order to deal with the limits of the
521  * underlying CHIM. This limit is 34 scatter gather elements.
522  */
523 #define AAC_QUIRK_34SG  0x0002
524
525 /*
526  * This adapter is a slave (no Firmware)
527  */
528 #define AAC_QUIRK_SLAVE 0x0004
529
530 /*
531  * This adapter is a master.
532  */
533 #define AAC_QUIRK_MASTER 0x0008
534
535 /*
536  * Some adapter firmware perform poorly when it must split up scatter gathers
537  * in order to deal with the limits of the underlying CHIM. This limit in this
538  * class of adapters is 17 scatter gather elements.
539  */
540 #define AAC_QUIRK_17SG  0x0010
541
542 /*
543  *      Some adapter firmware does not support 64 bit scsi passthrough
544  * commands.
545  */
546 #define AAC_QUIRK_SCSI_32       0x0020
547
548 /*
549  *      The adapter interface specs all queues to be located in the same
550  *      physically contiguous block. The host structure that defines the
551  *      commuication queues will assume they are each a separate physically
552  *      contiguous memory region that will support them all being one big
553  *      contiguous block.
554  *      There is a command and response queue for each level and direction of
555  *      commuication. These regions are accessed by both the host and adapter.
556  */
557
558 struct aac_queue {
559         u64                     logical;        /*address we give the adapter */
560         struct aac_entry        *base;          /*system virtual address */
561         struct aac_qhdr         headers;        /*producer,consumer q headers*/
562         u32                     entries;        /*Number of queue entries */
563         wait_queue_head_t       qfull;          /*Event to wait on if q full */
564         wait_queue_head_t       cmdready;       /*Cmd ready from the adapter */
565                 /* This is only valid for adapter to host command queues. */
566         spinlock_t              *lock;          /* Spinlock for this queue must take this lock before accessing the lock */
567         spinlock_t              lockdata;       /* Actual lock (used only on one side of the lock) */
568         struct list_head        cmdq;           /* A queue of FIBs which need to be prcessed by the FS thread. This is */
569                                                 /* only valid for command queues which receive entries from the adapter. */
570         u32                     numpending;     /* Number of entries on outstanding queue. */
571         struct aac_dev *        dev;            /* Back pointer to adapter structure */
572 };
573
574 /*
575  *      Message queues. The order here is important, see also the
576  *      queue type ordering
577  */
578
579 struct aac_queue_block
580 {
581         struct aac_queue queue[8];
582 };
583
584 /*
585  *      SaP1 Message Unit Registers
586  */
587
588 struct sa_drawbridge_CSR {
589                                 /*      Offset  |  Name */
590         __le32  reserved[10];   /*      00h-27h |  Reserved */
591         u8      LUT_Offset;     /*      28h     |  Lookup Table Offset */
592         u8      reserved1[3];   /*      29h-2bh |  Reserved */
593         __le32  LUT_Data;       /*      2ch     |  Looup Table Data */
594         __le32  reserved2[26];  /*      30h-97h |  Reserved */
595         __le16  PRICLEARIRQ;    /*      98h     |  Primary Clear Irq */
596         __le16  SECCLEARIRQ;    /*      9ah     |  Secondary Clear Irq */
597         __le16  PRISETIRQ;      /*      9ch     |  Primary Set Irq */
598         __le16  SECSETIRQ;      /*      9eh     |  Secondary Set Irq */
599         __le16  PRICLEARIRQMASK;/*      a0h     |  Primary Clear Irq Mask */
600         __le16  SECCLEARIRQMASK;/*      a2h     |  Secondary Clear Irq Mask */
601         __le16  PRISETIRQMASK;  /*      a4h     |  Primary Set Irq Mask */
602         __le16  SECSETIRQMASK;  /*      a6h     |  Secondary Set Irq Mask */
603         __le32  MAILBOX0;       /*      a8h     |  Scratchpad 0 */
604         __le32  MAILBOX1;       /*      ach     |  Scratchpad 1 */
605         __le32  MAILBOX2;       /*      b0h     |  Scratchpad 2 */
606         __le32  MAILBOX3;       /*      b4h     |  Scratchpad 3 */
607         __le32  MAILBOX4;       /*      b8h     |  Scratchpad 4 */
608         __le32  MAILBOX5;       /*      bch     |  Scratchpad 5 */
609         __le32  MAILBOX6;       /*      c0h     |  Scratchpad 6 */
610         __le32  MAILBOX7;       /*      c4h     |  Scratchpad 7 */
611         __le32  ROM_Setup_Data; /*      c8h     |  Rom Setup and Data */
612         __le32  ROM_Control_Addr;/*     cch     |  Rom Control and Address */
613         __le32  reserved3[12];  /*      d0h-ffh |  reserved */
614         __le32  LUT[64];        /*    100h-1ffh |  Lookup Table Entries */
615 };
616
617 #define Mailbox0        SaDbCSR.MAILBOX0
618 #define Mailbox1        SaDbCSR.MAILBOX1
619 #define Mailbox2        SaDbCSR.MAILBOX2
620 #define Mailbox3        SaDbCSR.MAILBOX3
621 #define Mailbox4        SaDbCSR.MAILBOX4
622 #define Mailbox5        SaDbCSR.MAILBOX5
623 #define Mailbox6        SaDbCSR.MAILBOX6
624 #define Mailbox7        SaDbCSR.MAILBOX7
625
626 #define DoorbellReg_p SaDbCSR.PRISETIRQ
627 #define DoorbellReg_s SaDbCSR.SECSETIRQ
628 #define DoorbellClrReg_p SaDbCSR.PRICLEARIRQ
629
630
631 #define DOORBELL_0      0x0001
632 #define DOORBELL_1      0x0002
633 #define DOORBELL_2      0x0004
634 #define DOORBELL_3      0x0008
635 #define DOORBELL_4      0x0010
636 #define DOORBELL_5      0x0020
637 #define DOORBELL_6      0x0040
638
639
640 #define PrintfReady     DOORBELL_5
641 #define PrintfDone      DOORBELL_5
642
643 struct sa_registers {
644         struct sa_drawbridge_CSR        SaDbCSR;                        /* 98h - c4h */
645 };
646
647
648 #define Sa_MINIPORT_REVISION                    1
649
650 #define sa_readw(AEP, CSR)              readl(&((AEP)->regs.sa->CSR))
651 #define sa_readl(AEP, CSR)              readl(&((AEP)->regs.sa->CSR))
652 #define sa_writew(AEP, CSR, value)      writew(value, &((AEP)->regs.sa->CSR))
653 #define sa_writel(AEP, CSR, value)      writel(value, &((AEP)->regs.sa->CSR))
654
655 /*
656  *      Rx Message Unit Registers
657  */
658
659 struct rx_mu_registers {
660                             /*  Local  | PCI*| Name */
661         __le32  ARSR;       /*  1300h  | 00h | APIC Register Select Register */
662         __le32  reserved0;  /*  1304h  | 04h | Reserved */
663         __le32  AWR;        /*  1308h  | 08h | APIC Window Register */
664         __le32  reserved1;  /*  130Ch  | 0Ch | Reserved */
665         __le32  IMRx[2];    /*  1310h  | 10h | Inbound Message Registers */
666         __le32  OMRx[2];    /*  1318h  | 18h | Outbound Message Registers */
667         __le32  IDR;        /*  1320h  | 20h | Inbound Doorbell Register */
668         __le32  IISR;       /*  1324h  | 24h | Inbound Interrupt
669                                                 Status Register */
670         __le32  IIMR;       /*  1328h  | 28h | Inbound Interrupt
671                                                 Mask Register */
672         __le32  ODR;        /*  132Ch  | 2Ch | Outbound Doorbell Register */
673         __le32  OISR;       /*  1330h  | 30h | Outbound Interrupt
674                                                 Status Register */
675         __le32  OIMR;       /*  1334h  | 34h | Outbound Interrupt
676                                                 Mask Register */
677         __le32  reserved2;  /*  1338h  | 38h | Reserved */
678         __le32  reserved3;  /*  133Ch  | 3Ch | Reserved */
679         __le32  InboundQueue;/* 1340h  | 40h | Inbound Queue Port relative to firmware */
680         __le32  OutboundQueue;/*1344h  | 44h | Outbound Queue Port relative to firmware */
681                             /* * Must access through ATU Inbound
682                                  Translation Window */
683 };
684
685 struct rx_inbound {
686         __le32  Mailbox[8];
687 };
688
689 #define INBOUNDDOORBELL_0       0x00000001
690 #define INBOUNDDOORBELL_1       0x00000002
691 #define INBOUNDDOORBELL_2       0x00000004
692 #define INBOUNDDOORBELL_3       0x00000008
693 #define INBOUNDDOORBELL_4       0x00000010
694 #define INBOUNDDOORBELL_5       0x00000020
695 #define INBOUNDDOORBELL_6       0x00000040
696
697 #define OUTBOUNDDOORBELL_0      0x00000001
698 #define OUTBOUNDDOORBELL_1      0x00000002
699 #define OUTBOUNDDOORBELL_2      0x00000004
700 #define OUTBOUNDDOORBELL_3      0x00000008
701 #define OUTBOUNDDOORBELL_4      0x00000010
702
703 #define InboundDoorbellReg      MUnit.IDR
704 #define OutboundDoorbellReg     MUnit.ODR
705
706 struct rx_registers {
707         struct rx_mu_registers          MUnit;          /* 1300h - 1347h */
708         __le32                          reserved1[2];   /* 1348h - 134ch */
709         struct rx_inbound               IndexRegs;
710 };
711
712 #define rx_readb(AEP, CSR)              readb(&((AEP)->regs.rx->CSR))
713 #define rx_readl(AEP, CSR)              readl(&((AEP)->regs.rx->CSR))
714 #define rx_writeb(AEP, CSR, value)      writeb(value, &((AEP)->regs.rx->CSR))
715 #define rx_writel(AEP, CSR, value)      writel(value, &((AEP)->regs.rx->CSR))
716
717 /*
718  *      Rkt Message Unit Registers (same as Rx, except a larger reserve region)
719  */
720
721 #define rkt_mu_registers rx_mu_registers
722 #define rkt_inbound rx_inbound
723
724 struct rkt_registers {
725         struct rkt_mu_registers         MUnit;           /* 1300h - 1347h */
726         __le32                          reserved1[1006]; /* 1348h - 22fch */
727         struct rkt_inbound              IndexRegs;       /* 2300h - */
728 };
729
730 #define rkt_readb(AEP, CSR)             readb(&((AEP)->regs.rkt->CSR))
731 #define rkt_readl(AEP, CSR)             readl(&((AEP)->regs.rkt->CSR))
732 #define rkt_writeb(AEP, CSR, value)     writeb(value, &((AEP)->regs.rkt->CSR))
733 #define rkt_writel(AEP, CSR, value)     writel(value, &((AEP)->regs.rkt->CSR))
734
735 /*
736  * PMC SRC message unit registers
737  */
738
739 #define src_inbound rx_inbound
740
741 struct src_mu_registers {
742                                 /*      PCI*| Name */
743         __le32  reserved0[8];   /*      00h | Reserved */
744         __le32  IDR;            /*      20h | Inbound Doorbell Register */
745         __le32  IISR;           /*      24h | Inbound Int. Status Register */
746         __le32  reserved1[3];   /*      28h | Reserved */
747         __le32  OIMR;           /*      34h | Outbound Int. Mask Register */
748         __le32  reserved2[25];  /*      38h | Reserved */
749         __le32  ODR_R;          /*      9ch | Outbound Doorbell Read */
750         __le32  ODR_C;          /*      a0h | Outbound Doorbell Clear */
751         __le32  reserved3[6];   /*      a4h | Reserved */
752         __le32  OMR;            /*      bch | Outbound Message Register */
753         __le32  IQ_L;           /*  c0h | Inbound Queue (Low address) */
754         __le32  IQ_H;           /*  c4h | Inbound Queue (High address) */
755 };
756
757 struct src_registers {
758         struct src_mu_registers MUnit;  /* 00h - c7h */
759         __le32 reserved1[130790];       /* c8h - 7fc5fh */
760         struct src_inbound IndexRegs;   /* 7fc60h */
761 };
762
763 #define src_readb(AEP, CSR)             readb(&((AEP)->regs.src.bar0->CSR))
764 #define src_readl(AEP, CSR)             readl(&((AEP)->regs.src.bar0->CSR))
765 #define src_writeb(AEP, CSR, value)     writeb(value, \
766                                                 &((AEP)->regs.src.bar0->CSR))
767 #define src_writel(AEP, CSR, value)     writel(value, \
768                                                 &((AEP)->regs.src.bar0->CSR))
769
770 #define SRC_ODR_SHIFT           12
771 #define SRC_IDR_SHIFT           9
772
773 typedef void (*fib_callback)(void *ctxt, struct fib *fibctx);
774
775 struct aac_fib_context {
776         s16                     type;           // used for verification of structure
777         s16                     size;
778         u32                     unique;         // unique value representing this context
779         ulong                   jiffies;        // used for cleanup - dmb changed to ulong
780         struct list_head        next;           // used to link context's into a linked list
781         struct semaphore        wait_sem;       // this is used to wait for the next fib to arrive.
782         int                     wait;           // Set to true when thread is in WaitForSingleObject
783         unsigned long           count;          // total number of FIBs on FibList
784         struct list_head        fib_list;       // this holds fibs and their attachd hw_fibs
785 };
786
787 struct sense_data {
788         u8 error_code;          /* 70h (current errors), 71h(deferred errors) */
789         u8 valid:1;             /* A valid bit of one indicates that the information  */
790                                 /* field contains valid information as defined in the
791                                  * SCSI-2 Standard.
792                                  */
793         u8 segment_number;      /* Only used for COPY, COMPARE, or COPY AND VERIFY Commands */
794         u8 sense_key:4;         /* Sense Key */
795         u8 reserved:1;
796         u8 ILI:1;               /* Incorrect Length Indicator */
797         u8 EOM:1;               /* End Of Medium - reserved for random access devices */
798         u8 filemark:1;          /* Filemark - reserved for random access devices */
799
800         u8 information[4];      /* for direct-access devices, contains the unsigned
801                                  * logical block address or residue associated with
802                                  * the sense key
803                                  */
804         u8 add_sense_len;       /* number of additional sense bytes to follow this field */
805         u8 cmnd_info[4];        /* not used */
806         u8 ASC;                 /* Additional Sense Code */
807         u8 ASCQ;                /* Additional Sense Code Qualifier */
808         u8 FRUC;                /* Field Replaceable Unit Code - not used */
809         u8 bit_ptr:3;           /* indicates which byte of the CDB or parameter data
810                                  * was in error
811                                  */
812         u8 BPV:1;               /* bit pointer valid (BPV): 1- indicates that
813                                  * the bit_ptr field has valid value
814                                  */
815         u8 reserved2:2;
816         u8 CD:1;                /* command data bit: 1- illegal parameter in CDB.
817                                  * 0- illegal parameter in data.
818                                  */
819         u8 SKSV:1;
820         u8 field_ptr[2];        /* byte of the CDB or parameter data in error */
821 };
822
823 struct fsa_dev_info {
824         u64             last;
825         u64             size;
826         u32             type;
827         u32             config_waiting_on;
828         unsigned long   config_waiting_stamp;
829         u16             queue_depth;
830         u8              config_needed;
831         u8              valid;
832         u8              ro;
833         u8              locked;
834         u8              deleted;
835         char            devname[8];
836         struct sense_data sense_data;
837 };
838
839 struct fib {
840         void                    *next;  /* this is used by the allocator */
841         s16                     type;
842         s16                     size;
843         /*
844          *      The Adapter that this I/O is destined for.
845          */
846         struct aac_dev          *dev;
847         /*
848          *      This is the event the sendfib routine will wait on if the
849          *      caller did not pass one and this is synch io.
850          */
851         struct semaphore        event_wait;
852         spinlock_t              event_lock;
853
854         u32                     done;   /* gets set to 1 when fib is complete */
855         fib_callback            callback;
856         void                    *callback_data;
857         u32                     flags; // u32 dmb was ulong
858         /*
859          *      And for the internal issue/reply queues (we may be able
860          *      to merge these two)
861          */
862         struct list_head        fiblink;
863         void                    *data;
864         struct hw_fib           *hw_fib_va;             /* Actual shared object */
865         dma_addr_t              hw_fib_pa;              /* physical address of hw_fib*/
866 };
867
868 /*
869  *      Adapter Information Block
870  *
871  *      This is returned by the RequestAdapterInfo block
872  */
873
874 struct aac_adapter_info
875 {
876         __le32  platform;
877         __le32  cpu;
878         __le32  subcpu;
879         __le32  clock;
880         __le32  execmem;
881         __le32  buffermem;
882         __le32  totalmem;
883         __le32  kernelrev;
884         __le32  kernelbuild;
885         __le32  monitorrev;
886         __le32  monitorbuild;
887         __le32  hwrev;
888         __le32  hwbuild;
889         __le32  biosrev;
890         __le32  biosbuild;
891         __le32  cluster;
892         __le32  clusterchannelmask;
893         __le32  serial[2];
894         __le32  battery;
895         __le32  options;
896         __le32  OEM;
897 };
898
899 struct aac_supplement_adapter_info
900 {
901         u8      AdapterTypeText[17+1];
902         u8      Pad[2];
903         __le32  FlashMemoryByteSize;
904         __le32  FlashImageId;
905         __le32  MaxNumberPorts;
906         __le32  Version;
907         __le32  FeatureBits;
908         u8      SlotNumber;
909         u8      ReservedPad0[3];
910         u8      BuildDate[12];
911         __le32  CurrentNumberPorts;
912         struct {
913                 u8      AssemblyPn[8];
914                 u8      FruPn[8];
915                 u8      BatteryFruPn[8];
916                 u8      EcVersionString[8];
917                 u8      Tsid[12];
918         }       VpdInfo;
919         __le32  FlashFirmwareRevision;
920         __le32  FlashFirmwareBuild;
921         __le32  RaidTypeMorphOptions;
922         __le32  FlashFirmwareBootRevision;
923         __le32  FlashFirmwareBootBuild;
924         u8      MfgPcbaSerialNo[12];
925         u8      MfgWWNName[8];
926         __le32  SupportedOptions2;
927         __le32  StructExpansion;
928         /* StructExpansion == 1 */
929         __le32  FeatureBits3;
930         __le32  SupportedPerformanceModes;
931         __le32  ReservedForFutureGrowth[80];
932 };
933 #define AAC_FEATURE_FALCON      cpu_to_le32(0x00000010)
934 #define AAC_FEATURE_JBOD        cpu_to_le32(0x08000000)
935 /* SupportedOptions2 */
936 #define AAC_OPTION_MU_RESET             cpu_to_le32(0x00000001)
937 #define AAC_OPTION_IGNORE_RESET         cpu_to_le32(0x00000002)
938 #define AAC_OPTION_POWER_MANAGEMENT     cpu_to_le32(0x00000004)
939 #define AAC_OPTION_DOORBELL_RESET       cpu_to_le32(0x00004000)
940 #define AAC_SIS_VERSION_V3      3
941 #define AAC_SIS_SLOT_UNKNOWN    0xFF
942
943 #define GetBusInfo 0x00000009
944 struct aac_bus_info {
945         __le32  Command;        /* VM_Ioctl */
946         __le32  ObjType;        /* FT_DRIVE */
947         __le32  MethodId;       /* 1 = SCSI Layer */
948         __le32  ObjectId;       /* Handle */
949         __le32  CtlCmd;         /* GetBusInfo */
950 };
951
952 struct aac_bus_info_response {
953         __le32  Status;         /* ST_OK */
954         __le32  ObjType;
955         __le32  MethodId;       /* unused */
956         __le32  ObjectId;       /* unused */
957         __le32  CtlCmd;         /* unused */
958         __le32  ProbeComplete;
959         __le32  BusCount;
960         __le32  TargetsPerBus;
961         u8      InitiatorBusId[10];
962         u8      BusValid[10];
963 };
964
965 /*
966  * Battery platforms
967  */
968 #define AAC_BAT_REQ_PRESENT     (1)
969 #define AAC_BAT_REQ_NOTPRESENT  (2)
970 #define AAC_BAT_OPT_PRESENT     (3)
971 #define AAC_BAT_OPT_NOTPRESENT  (4)
972 #define AAC_BAT_NOT_SUPPORTED   (5)
973 /*
974  * cpu types
975  */
976 #define AAC_CPU_SIMULATOR       (1)
977 #define AAC_CPU_I960            (2)
978 #define AAC_CPU_STRONGARM       (3)
979
980 /*
981  * Supported Options
982  */
983 #define AAC_OPT_SNAPSHOT                cpu_to_le32(1)
984 #define AAC_OPT_CLUSTERS                cpu_to_le32(1<<1)
985 #define AAC_OPT_WRITE_CACHE             cpu_to_le32(1<<2)
986 #define AAC_OPT_64BIT_DATA              cpu_to_le32(1<<3)
987 #define AAC_OPT_HOST_TIME_FIB           cpu_to_le32(1<<4)
988 #define AAC_OPT_RAID50                  cpu_to_le32(1<<5)
989 #define AAC_OPT_4GB_WINDOW              cpu_to_le32(1<<6)
990 #define AAC_OPT_SCSI_UPGRADEABLE        cpu_to_le32(1<<7)
991 #define AAC_OPT_SOFT_ERR_REPORT         cpu_to_le32(1<<8)
992 #define AAC_OPT_SUPPORTED_RECONDITION   cpu_to_le32(1<<9)
993 #define AAC_OPT_SGMAP_HOST64            cpu_to_le32(1<<10)
994 #define AAC_OPT_ALARM                   cpu_to_le32(1<<11)
995 #define AAC_OPT_NONDASD                 cpu_to_le32(1<<12)
996 #define AAC_OPT_SCSI_MANAGED            cpu_to_le32(1<<13)
997 #define AAC_OPT_RAID_SCSI_MODE          cpu_to_le32(1<<14)
998 #define AAC_OPT_SUPPLEMENT_ADAPTER_INFO cpu_to_le32(1<<16)
999 #define AAC_OPT_NEW_COMM                cpu_to_le32(1<<17)
1000 #define AAC_OPT_NEW_COMM_64             cpu_to_le32(1<<18)
1001 #define AAC_OPT_NEW_COMM_TYPE1          cpu_to_le32(1<<28)
1002
1003 struct aac_dev
1004 {
1005         struct list_head        entry;
1006         const char              *name;
1007         int                     id;
1008
1009         /*
1010          *      negotiated FIB settings
1011          */
1012         unsigned                max_fib_size;
1013         unsigned                sg_tablesize;
1014         unsigned                max_num_aif;
1015
1016         /*
1017          *      Map for 128 fib objects (64k)
1018          */
1019         dma_addr_t              hw_fib_pa;
1020         struct hw_fib           *hw_fib_va;
1021         struct hw_fib           *aif_base_va;
1022         /*
1023          *      Fib Headers
1024          */
1025         struct fib              *fibs;
1026
1027         struct fib              *free_fib;
1028         spinlock_t              fib_lock;
1029
1030         struct aac_queue_block *queues;
1031         /*
1032          *      The user API will use an IOCTL to register itself to receive
1033          *      FIBs from the adapter.  The following list is used to keep
1034          *      track of all the threads that have requested these FIBs.  The
1035          *      mutex is used to synchronize access to all data associated
1036          *      with the adapter fibs.
1037          */
1038         struct list_head        fib_list;
1039
1040         struct adapter_ops      a_ops;
1041         unsigned long           fsrev;          /* Main driver's revision number */
1042
1043         unsigned long           dbg_base;       /* address of UART
1044                                                  * debug buffer */
1045
1046         unsigned                base_size, dbg_size;    /* Size of
1047                                                          *  mapped in region */
1048
1049         struct aac_init         *init;          /* Holds initialization info to communicate with adapter */
1050         dma_addr_t              init_pa;        /* Holds physical address of the init struct */
1051
1052         u32                     *host_rrq;      /* response queue
1053                                                  * if AAC_COMM_MESSAGE_TYPE1 */
1054
1055         dma_addr_t              host_rrq_pa;    /* phys. address */
1056         u32                     host_rrq_idx;   /* index into rrq buffer */
1057
1058         struct pci_dev          *pdev;          /* Our PCI interface */
1059         void *                  printfbuf;      /* pointer to buffer used for printf's from the adapter */
1060         void *                  comm_addr;      /* Base address of Comm area */
1061         dma_addr_t              comm_phys;      /* Physical Address of Comm area */
1062         size_t                  comm_size;
1063
1064         struct Scsi_Host        *scsi_host_ptr;
1065         int                     maximum_num_containers;
1066         int                     maximum_num_physicals;
1067         int                     maximum_num_channels;
1068         struct fsa_dev_info     *fsa_dev;
1069         struct task_struct      *thread;
1070         int                     cardtype;
1071
1072         /*
1073          *      The following is the device specific extension.
1074          */
1075 #ifndef AAC_MIN_FOOTPRINT_SIZE
1076 #       define AAC_MIN_FOOTPRINT_SIZE 8192
1077 #       define AAC_MIN_SRC_BAR0_SIZE 0x400000
1078 #       define AAC_MIN_SRC_BAR1_SIZE 0x800
1079 #endif
1080         union
1081         {
1082                 struct sa_registers __iomem *sa;
1083                 struct rx_registers __iomem *rx;
1084                 struct rkt_registers __iomem *rkt;
1085                 struct {
1086                         struct src_registers __iomem *bar0;
1087                         char __iomem *bar1;
1088                 } src;
1089         } regs;
1090         volatile void __iomem *base, *dbg_base_mapped;
1091         volatile struct rx_inbound __iomem *IndexRegs;
1092         u32                     OIMR; /* Mask Register Cache */
1093         /*
1094          *      AIF thread states
1095          */
1096         u32                     aif_thread;
1097         struct aac_adapter_info adapter_info;
1098         struct aac_supplement_adapter_info supplement_adapter_info;
1099         /* These are in adapter info but they are in the io flow so
1100          * lets break them out so we don't have to do an AND to check them
1101          */
1102         u8                      nondasd_support;
1103         u8                      jbod;
1104         u8                      cache_protected;
1105         u8                      dac_support;
1106         u8                      needs_dac;
1107         u8                      raid_scsi_mode;
1108         u8                      comm_interface;
1109 #       define AAC_COMM_PRODUCER 0
1110 #       define AAC_COMM_MESSAGE  1
1111 #       define AAC_COMM_MESSAGE_TYPE1   3
1112         u8                      raw_io_interface;
1113         u8                      raw_io_64;
1114         u8                      printf_enabled;
1115         u8                      in_reset;
1116         u8                      msi;
1117         int                     management_fib_count;
1118         spinlock_t              manage_lock;
1119
1120 };
1121
1122 #define aac_adapter_interrupt(dev) \
1123         (dev)->a_ops.adapter_interrupt(dev)
1124
1125 #define aac_adapter_notify(dev, event) \
1126         (dev)->a_ops.adapter_notify(dev, event)
1127
1128 #define aac_adapter_disable_int(dev) \
1129         (dev)->a_ops.adapter_disable_int(dev)
1130
1131 #define aac_adapter_enable_int(dev) \
1132         (dev)->a_ops.adapter_enable_int(dev)
1133
1134 #define aac_adapter_sync_cmd(dev, command, p1, p2, p3, p4, p5, p6, status, r1, r2, r3, r4) \
1135         (dev)->a_ops.adapter_sync_cmd(dev, command, p1, p2, p3, p4, p5, p6, status, r1, r2, r3, r4)
1136
1137 #define aac_adapter_check_health(dev) \
1138         (dev)->a_ops.adapter_check_health(dev)
1139
1140 #define aac_adapter_restart(dev,bled) \
1141         (dev)->a_ops.adapter_restart(dev,bled)
1142
1143 #define aac_adapter_ioremap(dev, size) \
1144         (dev)->a_ops.adapter_ioremap(dev, size)
1145
1146 #define aac_adapter_deliver(fib) \
1147         ((fib)->dev)->a_ops.adapter_deliver(fib)
1148
1149 #define aac_adapter_bounds(dev,cmd,lba) \
1150         dev->a_ops.adapter_bounds(dev,cmd,lba)
1151
1152 #define aac_adapter_read(fib,cmd,lba,count) \
1153         ((fib)->dev)->a_ops.adapter_read(fib,cmd,lba,count)
1154
1155 #define aac_adapter_write(fib,cmd,lba,count,fua) \
1156         ((fib)->dev)->a_ops.adapter_write(fib,cmd,lba,count,fua)
1157
1158 #define aac_adapter_scsi(fib,cmd) \
1159         ((fib)->dev)->a_ops.adapter_scsi(fib,cmd)
1160
1161 #define aac_adapter_comm(dev,comm) \
1162         (dev)->a_ops.adapter_comm(dev, comm)
1163
1164 #define FIB_CONTEXT_FLAG_TIMED_OUT              (0x00000001)
1165 #define FIB_CONTEXT_FLAG                        (0x00000002)
1166
1167 /*
1168  *      Define the command values
1169  */
1170
1171 #define         Null                    0
1172 #define         GetAttributes           1
1173 #define         SetAttributes           2
1174 #define         Lookup                  3
1175 #define         ReadLink                4
1176 #define         Read                    5
1177 #define         Write                   6
1178 #define         Create                  7
1179 #define         MakeDirectory           8
1180 #define         SymbolicLink            9
1181 #define         MakeNode                10
1182 #define         Removex                 11
1183 #define         RemoveDirectoryx        12
1184 #define         Rename                  13
1185 #define         Link                    14
1186 #define         ReadDirectory           15
1187 #define         ReadDirectoryPlus       16
1188 #define         FileSystemStatus        17
1189 #define         FileSystemInfo          18
1190 #define         PathConfigure           19
1191 #define         Commit                  20
1192 #define         Mount                   21
1193 #define         UnMount                 22
1194 #define         Newfs                   23
1195 #define         FsCheck                 24
1196 #define         FsSync                  25
1197 #define         SimReadWrite            26
1198 #define         SetFileSystemStatus     27
1199 #define         BlockRead               28
1200 #define         BlockWrite              29
1201 #define         NvramIoctl              30
1202 #define         FsSyncWait              31
1203 #define         ClearArchiveBit         32
1204 #define         SetAcl                  33
1205 #define         GetAcl                  34
1206 #define         AssignAcl               35
1207 #define         FaultInsertion          36      /* Fault Insertion Command */
1208 #define         CrazyCache              37      /* Crazycache */
1209
1210 #define         MAX_FSACOMMAND_NUM      38
1211
1212
1213 /*
1214  *      Define the status returns. These are very unixlike although
1215  *      most are not in fact used
1216  */
1217
1218 #define         ST_OK           0
1219 #define         ST_PERM         1
1220 #define         ST_NOENT        2
1221 #define         ST_IO           5
1222 #define         ST_NXIO         6
1223 #define         ST_E2BIG        7
1224 #define         ST_ACCES        13
1225 #define         ST_EXIST        17
1226 #define         ST_XDEV         18
1227 #define         ST_NODEV        19
1228 #define         ST_NOTDIR       20
1229 #define         ST_ISDIR        21
1230 #define         ST_INVAL        22
1231 #define         ST_FBIG         27
1232 #define         ST_NOSPC        28
1233 #define         ST_ROFS         30
1234 #define         ST_MLINK        31
1235 #define         ST_WOULDBLOCK   35
1236 #define         ST_NAMETOOLONG  63
1237 #define         ST_NOTEMPTY     66
1238 #define         ST_DQUOT        69
1239 #define         ST_STALE        70
1240 #define         ST_REMOTE       71
1241 #define         ST_NOT_READY    72
1242 #define         ST_BADHANDLE    10001
1243 #define         ST_NOT_SYNC     10002
1244 #define         ST_BAD_COOKIE   10003
1245 #define         ST_NOTSUPP      10004
1246 #define         ST_TOOSMALL     10005
1247 #define         ST_SERVERFAULT  10006
1248 #define         ST_BADTYPE      10007
1249 #define         ST_JUKEBOX      10008
1250 #define         ST_NOTMOUNTED   10009
1251 #define         ST_MAINTMODE    10010
1252 #define         ST_STALEACL     10011
1253
1254 /*
1255  *      On writes how does the client want the data written.
1256  */
1257
1258 #define CACHE_CSTABLE           1
1259 #define CACHE_UNSTABLE          2
1260
1261 /*
1262  *      Lets the client know at which level the data was commited on
1263  *      a write request
1264  */
1265
1266 #define CMFILE_SYNCH_NVRAM      1
1267 #define CMDATA_SYNCH_NVRAM      2
1268 #define CMFILE_SYNCH            3
1269 #define CMDATA_SYNCH            4
1270 #define CMUNSTABLE              5
1271
1272 struct aac_read
1273 {
1274         __le32          command;
1275         __le32          cid;
1276         __le32          block;
1277         __le32          count;
1278         struct sgmap    sg;     // Must be last in struct because it is variable
1279 };
1280
1281 struct aac_read64
1282 {
1283         __le32          command;
1284         __le16          cid;
1285         __le16          sector_count;
1286         __le32          block;
1287         __le16          pad;
1288         __le16          flags;
1289         struct sgmap64  sg;     // Must be last in struct because it is variable
1290 };
1291
1292 struct aac_read_reply
1293 {
1294         __le32          status;
1295         __le32          count;
1296 };
1297
1298 struct aac_write
1299 {
1300         __le32          command;
1301         __le32          cid;
1302         __le32          block;
1303         __le32          count;
1304         __le32          stable; // Not used
1305         struct sgmap    sg;     // Must be last in struct because it is variable
1306 };
1307
1308 struct aac_write64
1309 {
1310         __le32          command;
1311         __le16          cid;
1312         __le16          sector_count;
1313         __le32          block;
1314         __le16          pad;
1315         __le16          flags;
1316 #define IO_TYPE_WRITE 0x00000000
1317 #define IO_TYPE_READ  0x00000001
1318 #define IO_SUREWRITE  0x00000008
1319         struct sgmap64  sg;     // Must be last in struct because it is variable
1320 };
1321 struct aac_write_reply
1322 {
1323         __le32          status;
1324         __le32          count;
1325         __le32          committed;
1326 };
1327
1328 struct aac_raw_io
1329 {
1330         __le32          block[2];
1331         __le32          count;
1332         __le16          cid;
1333         __le16          flags;          /* 00 W, 01 R */
1334         __le16          bpTotal;        /* reserved for F/W use */
1335         __le16          bpComplete;     /* reserved for F/W use */
1336         struct sgmapraw sg;
1337 };
1338
1339 #define CT_FLUSH_CACHE 129
1340 struct aac_synchronize {
1341         __le32          command;        /* VM_ContainerConfig */
1342         __le32          type;           /* CT_FLUSH_CACHE */
1343         __le32          cid;
1344         __le32          parm1;
1345         __le32          parm2;
1346         __le32          parm3;
1347         __le32          parm4;
1348         __le32          count;  /* sizeof(((struct aac_synchronize_reply *)NULL)->data) */
1349 };
1350
1351 struct aac_synchronize_reply {
1352         __le32          dummy0;
1353         __le32          dummy1;
1354         __le32          status; /* CT_OK */
1355         __le32          parm1;
1356         __le32          parm2;
1357         __le32          parm3;
1358         __le32          parm4;
1359         __le32          parm5;
1360         u8              data[16];
1361 };
1362
1363 #define CT_POWER_MANAGEMENT     245
1364 #define CT_PM_START_UNIT        2
1365 #define CT_PM_STOP_UNIT         3
1366 #define CT_PM_UNIT_IMMEDIATE    1
1367 struct aac_power_management {
1368         __le32          command;        /* VM_ContainerConfig */
1369         __le32          type;           /* CT_POWER_MANAGEMENT */
1370         __le32          sub;            /* CT_PM_* */
1371         __le32          cid;
1372         __le32          parm;           /* CT_PM_sub_* */
1373 };
1374
1375 #define CT_PAUSE_IO    65
1376 #define CT_RELEASE_IO  66
1377 struct aac_pause {
1378         __le32          command;        /* VM_ContainerConfig */
1379         __le32          type;           /* CT_PAUSE_IO */
1380         __le32          timeout;        /* 10ms ticks */
1381         __le32          min;
1382         __le32          noRescan;
1383         __le32          parm3;
1384         __le32          parm4;
1385         __le32          count;  /* sizeof(((struct aac_pause_reply *)NULL)->data) */
1386 };
1387
1388 struct aac_srb
1389 {
1390         __le32          function;
1391         __le32          channel;
1392         __le32          id;
1393         __le32          lun;
1394         __le32          timeout;
1395         __le32          flags;
1396         __le32          count;          // Data xfer size
1397         __le32          retry_limit;
1398         __le32          cdb_size;
1399         u8              cdb[16];
1400         struct  sgmap   sg;
1401 };
1402
1403 /*
1404  * This and associated data structs are used by the
1405  * ioctl caller and are in cpu order.
1406  */
1407 struct user_aac_srb
1408 {
1409         u32             function;
1410         u32             channel;
1411         u32             id;
1412         u32             lun;
1413         u32             timeout;
1414         u32             flags;
1415         u32             count;          // Data xfer size
1416         u32             retry_limit;
1417         u32             cdb_size;
1418         u8              cdb[16];
1419         struct  user_sgmap      sg;
1420 };
1421
1422 #define         AAC_SENSE_BUFFERSIZE     30
1423
1424 struct aac_srb_reply
1425 {
1426         __le32          status;
1427         __le32          srb_status;
1428         __le32          scsi_status;
1429         __le32          data_xfer_length;
1430         __le32          sense_data_size;
1431         u8              sense_data[AAC_SENSE_BUFFERSIZE]; // Can this be SCSI_SENSE_BUFFERSIZE
1432 };
1433 /*
1434  * SRB Flags
1435  */
1436 #define         SRB_NoDataXfer           0x0000
1437 #define         SRB_DisableDisconnect    0x0004
1438 #define         SRB_DisableSynchTransfer 0x0008
1439 #define         SRB_BypassFrozenQueue    0x0010
1440 #define         SRB_DisableAutosense     0x0020
1441 #define         SRB_DataIn               0x0040
1442 #define         SRB_DataOut              0x0080
1443
1444 /*
1445  * SRB Functions - set in aac_srb->function
1446  */
1447 #define SRBF_ExecuteScsi        0x0000
1448 #define SRBF_ClaimDevice        0x0001
1449 #define SRBF_IO_Control         0x0002
1450 #define SRBF_ReceiveEvent       0x0003
1451 #define SRBF_ReleaseQueue       0x0004
1452 #define SRBF_AttachDevice       0x0005
1453 #define SRBF_ReleaseDevice      0x0006
1454 #define SRBF_Shutdown           0x0007
1455 #define SRBF_Flush              0x0008
1456 #define SRBF_AbortCommand       0x0010
1457 #define SRBF_ReleaseRecovery    0x0011
1458 #define SRBF_ResetBus           0x0012
1459 #define SRBF_ResetDevice        0x0013
1460 #define SRBF_TerminateIO        0x0014
1461 #define SRBF_FlushQueue         0x0015
1462 #define SRBF_RemoveDevice       0x0016
1463 #define SRBF_DomainValidation   0x0017
1464
1465 /*
1466  * SRB SCSI Status - set in aac_srb->scsi_status
1467  */
1468 #define SRB_STATUS_PENDING                  0x00
1469 #define SRB_STATUS_SUCCESS                  0x01
1470 #define SRB_STATUS_ABORTED                  0x02
1471 #define SRB_STATUS_ABORT_FAILED             0x03
1472 #define SRB_STATUS_ERROR                    0x04
1473 #define SRB_STATUS_BUSY                     0x05
1474 #define SRB_STATUS_INVALID_REQUEST          0x06
1475 #define SRB_STATUS_INVALID_PATH_ID          0x07
1476 #define SRB_STATUS_NO_DEVICE                0x08
1477 #define SRB_STATUS_TIMEOUT                  0x09
1478 #define SRB_STATUS_SELECTION_TIMEOUT        0x0A
1479 #define SRB_STATUS_COMMAND_TIMEOUT          0x0B
1480 #define SRB_STATUS_MESSAGE_REJECTED         0x0D
1481 #define SRB_STATUS_BUS_RESET                0x0E
1482 #define SRB_STATUS_PARITY_ERROR             0x0F
1483 #define SRB_STATUS_REQUEST_SENSE_FAILED     0x10
1484 #define SRB_STATUS_NO_HBA                   0x11
1485 #define SRB_STATUS_DATA_OVERRUN             0x12
1486 #define SRB_STATUS_UNEXPECTED_BUS_FREE      0x13
1487 #define SRB_STATUS_PHASE_SEQUENCE_FAILURE   0x14
1488 #define SRB_STATUS_BAD_SRB_BLOCK_LENGTH     0x15
1489 #define SRB_STATUS_REQUEST_FLUSHED          0x16
1490 #define SRB_STATUS_DELAYED_RETRY            0x17
1491 #define SRB_STATUS_INVALID_LUN              0x20
1492 #define SRB_STATUS_INVALID_TARGET_ID        0x21
1493 #define SRB_STATUS_BAD_FUNCTION             0x22
1494 #define SRB_STATUS_ERROR_RECOVERY           0x23
1495 #define SRB_STATUS_NOT_STARTED              0x24
1496 #define SRB_STATUS_NOT_IN_USE               0x30
1497 #define SRB_STATUS_FORCE_ABORT              0x31
1498 #define SRB_STATUS_DOMAIN_VALIDATION_FAIL   0x32
1499
1500 /*
1501  * Object-Server / Volume-Manager Dispatch Classes
1502  */
1503
1504 #define         VM_Null                 0
1505 #define         VM_NameServe            1
1506 #define         VM_ContainerConfig      2
1507 #define         VM_Ioctl                3
1508 #define         VM_FilesystemIoctl      4
1509 #define         VM_CloseAll             5
1510 #define         VM_CtBlockRead          6
1511 #define         VM_CtBlockWrite         7
1512 #define         VM_SliceBlockRead       8       /* raw access to configured "storage objects" */
1513 #define         VM_SliceBlockWrite      9
1514 #define         VM_DriveBlockRead       10      /* raw access to physical devices */
1515 #define         VM_DriveBlockWrite      11
1516 #define         VM_EnclosureMgt         12      /* enclosure management */
1517 #define         VM_Unused               13      /* used to be diskset management */
1518 #define         VM_CtBlockVerify        14
1519 #define         VM_CtPerf               15      /* performance test */
1520 #define         VM_CtBlockRead64        16
1521 #define         VM_CtBlockWrite64       17
1522 #define         VM_CtBlockVerify64      18
1523 #define         VM_CtHostRead64         19
1524 #define         VM_CtHostWrite64        20
1525 #define         VM_DrvErrTblLog         21
1526 #define         VM_NameServe64          22
1527
1528 #define         MAX_VMCOMMAND_NUM       23      /* used for sizing stats array - leave last */
1529
1530 /*
1531  *      Descriptive information (eg, vital stats)
1532  *      that a content manager might report.  The
1533  *      FileArray filesystem component is one example
1534  *      of a content manager.  Raw mode might be
1535  *      another.
1536  */
1537
1538 struct aac_fsinfo {
1539         __le32  fsTotalSize;    /* Consumed by fs, incl. metadata */
1540         __le32  fsBlockSize;
1541         __le32  fsFragSize;
1542         __le32  fsMaxExtendSize;
1543         __le32  fsSpaceUnits;
1544         __le32  fsMaxNumFiles;
1545         __le32  fsNumFreeFiles;
1546         __le32  fsInodeDensity;
1547 };      /* valid iff ObjType == FT_FILESYS && !(ContentState & FSCS_NOTCLEAN) */
1548
1549 union aac_contentinfo {
1550         struct aac_fsinfo filesys;      /* valid iff ObjType == FT_FILESYS && !(ContentState & FSCS_NOTCLEAN) */
1551 };
1552
1553 /*
1554  *      Query for Container Configuration Status
1555  */
1556
1557 #define CT_GET_CONFIG_STATUS 147
1558 struct aac_get_config_status {
1559         __le32          command;        /* VM_ContainerConfig */
1560         __le32          type;           /* CT_GET_CONFIG_STATUS */
1561         __le32          parm1;
1562         __le32          parm2;
1563         __le32          parm3;
1564         __le32          parm4;
1565         __le32          parm5;
1566         __le32          count;  /* sizeof(((struct aac_get_config_status_resp *)NULL)->data) */
1567 };
1568
1569 #define CFACT_CONTINUE 0
1570 #define CFACT_PAUSE    1
1571 #define CFACT_ABORT    2
1572 struct aac_get_config_status_resp {
1573         __le32          response; /* ST_OK */
1574         __le32          dummy0;
1575         __le32          status; /* CT_OK */
1576         __le32          parm1;
1577         __le32          parm2;
1578         __le32          parm3;
1579         __le32          parm4;
1580         __le32          parm5;
1581         struct {
1582                 __le32  action; /* CFACT_CONTINUE, CFACT_PAUSE or CFACT_ABORT */
1583                 __le16  flags;
1584                 __le16  count;
1585         }               data;
1586 };
1587
1588 /*
1589  *      Accept the configuration as-is
1590  */
1591
1592 #define CT_COMMIT_CONFIG 152
1593
1594 struct aac_commit_config {
1595         __le32          command;        /* VM_ContainerConfig */
1596         __le32          type;           /* CT_COMMIT_CONFIG */
1597 };
1598
1599 /*
1600  *      Query for Container Configuration Status
1601  */
1602
1603 #define CT_GET_CONTAINER_COUNT 4
1604 struct aac_get_container_count {
1605         __le32          command;        /* VM_ContainerConfig */
1606         __le32          type;           /* CT_GET_CONTAINER_COUNT */
1607 };
1608
1609 struct aac_get_container_count_resp {
1610         __le32          response; /* ST_OK */
1611         __le32          dummy0;
1612         __le32          MaxContainers;
1613         __le32          ContainerSwitchEntries;
1614         __le32          MaxPartitions;
1615 };
1616
1617
1618 /*
1619  *      Query for "mountable" objects, ie, objects that are typically
1620  *      associated with a drive letter on the client (host) side.
1621  */
1622
1623 struct aac_mntent {
1624         __le32                  oid;
1625         u8                      name[16];       /* if applicable */
1626         struct creation_info    create_info;    /* if applicable */
1627         __le32                  capacity;
1628         __le32                  vol;            /* substrate structure */
1629         __le32                  obj;            /* FT_FILESYS, etc. */
1630         __le32                  state;          /* unready for mounting,
1631                                                    readonly, etc. */
1632         union aac_contentinfo   fileinfo;       /* Info specific to content
1633                                                    manager (eg, filesystem) */
1634         __le32                  altoid;         /* != oid <==> snapshot or
1635                                                    broken mirror exists */
1636         __le32                  capacityhigh;
1637 };
1638
1639 #define FSCS_NOTCLEAN   0x0001  /* fsck is necessary before mounting */
1640 #define FSCS_READONLY   0x0002  /* possible result of broken mirror */
1641 #define FSCS_HIDDEN     0x0004  /* should be ignored - set during a clear */
1642 #define FSCS_NOT_READY  0x0008  /* Array spinning up to fulfil request */
1643
1644 struct aac_query_mount {
1645         __le32          command;
1646         __le32          type;
1647         __le32          count;
1648 };
1649
1650 struct aac_mount {
1651         __le32          status;
1652         __le32          type;           /* should be same as that requested */
1653         __le32          count;
1654         struct aac_mntent mnt[1];
1655 };
1656
1657 #define CT_READ_NAME 130
1658 struct aac_get_name {
1659         __le32          command;        /* VM_ContainerConfig */
1660         __le32          type;           /* CT_READ_NAME */
1661         __le32          cid;
1662         __le32          parm1;
1663         __le32          parm2;
1664         __le32          parm3;
1665         __le32          parm4;
1666         __le32          count;  /* sizeof(((struct aac_get_name_resp *)NULL)->data) */
1667 };
1668
1669 struct aac_get_name_resp {
1670         __le32          dummy0;
1671         __le32          dummy1;
1672         __le32          status; /* CT_OK */
1673         __le32          parm1;
1674         __le32          parm2;
1675         __le32          parm3;
1676         __le32          parm4;
1677         __le32          parm5;
1678         u8              data[16];
1679 };
1680
1681 #define CT_CID_TO_32BITS_UID 165
1682 struct aac_get_serial {
1683         __le32          command;        /* VM_ContainerConfig */
1684         __le32          type;           /* CT_CID_TO_32BITS_UID */
1685         __le32          cid;
1686 };
1687
1688 struct aac_get_serial_resp {
1689         __le32          dummy0;
1690         __le32          dummy1;
1691         __le32          status; /* CT_OK */
1692         __le32          uid;
1693 };
1694
1695 /*
1696  * The following command is sent to shut down each container.
1697  */
1698
1699 struct aac_close {
1700         __le32  command;
1701         __le32  cid;
1702 };
1703
1704 struct aac_query_disk
1705 {
1706         s32     cnum;
1707         s32     bus;
1708         s32     id;
1709         s32     lun;
1710         u32     valid;
1711         u32     locked;
1712         u32     deleted;
1713         s32     instance;
1714         s8      name[10];
1715         u32     unmapped;
1716 };
1717
1718 struct aac_delete_disk {
1719         u32     disknum;
1720         u32     cnum;
1721 };
1722
1723 struct fib_ioctl
1724 {
1725         u32     fibctx;
1726         s32     wait;
1727         char    __user *fib;
1728 };
1729
1730 struct revision
1731 {
1732         u32 compat;
1733         __le32 version;
1734         __le32 build;
1735 };
1736
1737
1738 /*
1739  *      Ugly - non Linux like ioctl coding for back compat.
1740  */
1741
1742 #define CTL_CODE(function, method) (                 \
1743     (4<< 16) | ((function) << 2) | (method) \
1744 )
1745
1746 /*
1747  *      Define the method codes for how buffers are passed for I/O and FS
1748  *      controls
1749  */
1750
1751 #define METHOD_BUFFERED                 0
1752 #define METHOD_NEITHER                  3
1753
1754 /*
1755  *      Filesystem ioctls
1756  */
1757
1758 #define FSACTL_SENDFIB                          CTL_CODE(2050, METHOD_BUFFERED)
1759 #define FSACTL_SEND_RAW_SRB                     CTL_CODE(2067, METHOD_BUFFERED)
1760 #define FSACTL_DELETE_DISK                      0x163
1761 #define FSACTL_QUERY_DISK                       0x173
1762 #define FSACTL_OPEN_GET_ADAPTER_FIB             CTL_CODE(2100, METHOD_BUFFERED)
1763 #define FSACTL_GET_NEXT_ADAPTER_FIB             CTL_CODE(2101, METHOD_BUFFERED)
1764 #define FSACTL_CLOSE_GET_ADAPTER_FIB            CTL_CODE(2102, METHOD_BUFFERED)
1765 #define FSACTL_MINIPORT_REV_CHECK               CTL_CODE(2107, METHOD_BUFFERED)
1766 #define FSACTL_GET_PCI_INFO                     CTL_CODE(2119, METHOD_BUFFERED)
1767 #define FSACTL_FORCE_DELETE_DISK                CTL_CODE(2120, METHOD_NEITHER)
1768 #define FSACTL_GET_CONTAINERS                   2131
1769 #define FSACTL_SEND_LARGE_FIB                   CTL_CODE(2138, METHOD_BUFFERED)
1770
1771
1772 struct aac_common
1773 {
1774         /*
1775          *      If this value is set to 1 then interrupt moderation will occur
1776          *      in the base commuication support.
1777          */
1778         u32 irq_mod;
1779         u32 peak_fibs;
1780         u32 zero_fibs;
1781         u32 fib_timeouts;
1782         /*
1783          *      Statistical counters in debug mode
1784          */
1785 #ifdef DBG
1786         u32 FibsSent;
1787         u32 FibRecved;
1788         u32 NoResponseSent;
1789         u32 NoResponseRecved;
1790         u32 AsyncSent;
1791         u32 AsyncRecved;
1792         u32 NormalSent;
1793         u32 NormalRecved;
1794 #endif
1795 };
1796
1797 extern struct aac_common aac_config;
1798
1799
1800 /*
1801  *      The following macro is used when sending and receiving FIBs. It is
1802  *      only used for debugging.
1803  */
1804
1805 #ifdef DBG
1806 #define FIB_COUNTER_INCREMENT(counter)          (counter)++
1807 #else
1808 #define FIB_COUNTER_INCREMENT(counter)
1809 #endif
1810
1811 /*
1812  *      Adapter direct commands
1813  *      Monitor/Kernel API
1814  */
1815
1816 #define BREAKPOINT_REQUEST              0x00000004
1817 #define INIT_STRUCT_BASE_ADDRESS        0x00000005
1818 #define READ_PERMANENT_PARAMETERS       0x0000000a
1819 #define WRITE_PERMANENT_PARAMETERS      0x0000000b
1820 #define HOST_CRASHING                   0x0000000d
1821 #define SEND_SYNCHRONOUS_FIB            0x0000000c
1822 #define COMMAND_POST_RESULTS            0x00000014
1823 #define GET_ADAPTER_PROPERTIES          0x00000019
1824 #define GET_DRIVER_BUFFER_PROPERTIES    0x00000023
1825 #define RCV_TEMP_READINGS               0x00000025
1826 #define GET_COMM_PREFERRED_SETTINGS     0x00000026
1827 #define IOP_RESET                       0x00001000
1828 #define IOP_RESET_ALWAYS                0x00001001
1829 #define RE_INIT_ADAPTER                 0x000000ee
1830
1831 /*
1832  *      Adapter Status Register
1833  *
1834  *  Phase Staus mailbox is 32bits:
1835  *      <31:16> = Phase Status
1836  *      <15:0>  = Phase
1837  *
1838  *      The adapter reports is present state through the phase.  Only
1839  *      a single phase should be ever be set.  Each phase can have multiple
1840  *      phase status bits to provide more detailed information about the
1841  *      state of the board.  Care should be taken to ensure that any phase
1842  *      status bits that are set when changing the phase are also valid
1843  *      for the new phase or be cleared out.  Adapter software (monitor,
1844  *      iflash, kernel) is responsible for properly maintining the phase
1845  *      status mailbox when it is running.
1846  *
1847  *      MONKER_API Phases
1848  *
1849  *      Phases are bit oriented.  It is NOT valid  to have multiple bits set
1850  */
1851
1852 #define SELF_TEST_FAILED                0x00000004
1853 #define MONITOR_PANIC                   0x00000020
1854 #define KERNEL_UP_AND_RUNNING           0x00000080
1855 #define KERNEL_PANIC                    0x00000100
1856
1857 /*
1858  *      Doorbell bit defines
1859  */
1860
1861 #define DoorBellSyncCmdAvailable        (1<<0)  /* Host -> Adapter */
1862 #define DoorBellPrintfDone              (1<<5)  /* Host -> Adapter */
1863 #define DoorBellAdapterNormCmdReady     (1<<1)  /* Adapter -> Host */
1864 #define DoorBellAdapterNormRespReady    (1<<2)  /* Adapter -> Host */
1865 #define DoorBellAdapterNormCmdNotFull   (1<<3)  /* Adapter -> Host */
1866 #define DoorBellAdapterNormRespNotFull  (1<<4)  /* Adapter -> Host */
1867 #define DoorBellPrintfReady             (1<<5)  /* Adapter -> Host */
1868 #define DoorBellAifPending              (1<<6)  /* Adapter -> Host */
1869
1870 /* PMC specific outbound doorbell bits */
1871 #define PmDoorBellResponseSent          (1<<1)  /* Adapter -> Host */
1872
1873 /*
1874  *      For FIB communication, we need all of the following things
1875  *      to send back to the user.
1876  */
1877
1878 #define         AifCmdEventNotify       1       /* Notify of event */
1879 #define                 AifEnConfigChange       3       /* Adapter configuration change */
1880 #define                 AifEnContainerChange    4       /* Container configuration change */
1881 #define                 AifEnDeviceFailure      5       /* SCSI device failed */
1882 #define                 AifEnEnclosureManagement 13     /* EM_DRIVE_* */
1883 #define                         EM_DRIVE_INSERTION      31
1884 #define                         EM_DRIVE_REMOVAL        32
1885 #define                 AifEnBatteryEvent       14      /* Change in Battery State */
1886 #define                 AifEnAddContainer       15      /* A new array was created */
1887 #define                 AifEnDeleteContainer    16      /* A container was deleted */
1888 #define                 AifEnExpEvent           23      /* Firmware Event Log */
1889 #define                 AifExeFirmwarePanic     3       /* Firmware Event Panic */
1890 #define                 AifHighPriority         3       /* Highest Priority Event */
1891 #define                 AifEnAddJBOD            30      /* JBOD created */
1892 #define                 AifEnDeleteJBOD         31      /* JBOD deleted */
1893
1894 #define         AifCmdJobProgress       2       /* Progress report */
1895 #define                 AifJobCtrZero   101     /* Array Zero progress */
1896 #define                 AifJobStsSuccess 1      /* Job completes */
1897 #define                 AifJobStsRunning 102    /* Job running */
1898 #define         AifCmdAPIReport         3       /* Report from other user of API */
1899 #define         AifCmdDriverNotify      4       /* Notify host driver of event */
1900 #define                 AifDenMorphComplete 200 /* A morph operation completed */
1901 #define                 AifDenVolumeExtendComplete 201 /* A volume extend completed */
1902 #define         AifReqJobList           100     /* Gets back complete job list */
1903 #define         AifReqJobsForCtr        101     /* Gets back jobs for specific container */
1904 #define         AifReqJobsForScsi       102     /* Gets back jobs for specific SCSI device */
1905 #define         AifReqJobReport         103     /* Gets back a specific job report or list of them */
1906 #define         AifReqTerminateJob      104     /* Terminates job */
1907 #define         AifReqSuspendJob        105     /* Suspends a job */
1908 #define         AifReqResumeJob         106     /* Resumes a job */
1909 #define         AifReqSendAPIReport     107     /* API generic report requests */
1910 #define         AifReqAPIJobStart       108     /* Start a job from the API */
1911 #define         AifReqAPIJobUpdate      109     /* Update a job report from the API */
1912 #define         AifReqAPIJobFinish      110     /* Finish a job from the API */
1913
1914 /* PMC NEW COMM: Request the event data */
1915 #define         AifReqEvent             200
1916
1917 /*
1918  *      Adapter Initiated FIB command structures. Start with the adapter
1919  *      initiated FIBs that really come from the adapter, and get responded
1920  *      to by the host.
1921  */
1922
1923 struct aac_aifcmd {
1924         __le32 command;         /* Tell host what type of notify this is */
1925         __le32 seqnum;          /* To allow ordering of reports (if necessary) */
1926         u8 data[1];             /* Undefined length (from kernel viewpoint) */
1927 };
1928
1929 /**
1930  *      Convert capacity to cylinders
1931  *      accounting for the fact capacity could be a 64 bit value
1932  *
1933  */
1934 static inline unsigned int cap_to_cyls(sector_t capacity, unsigned divisor)
1935 {
1936         sector_div(capacity, divisor);
1937         return capacity;
1938 }
1939
1940 /* SCp.phase values */
1941 #define AAC_OWNER_MIDLEVEL      0x101
1942 #define AAC_OWNER_LOWLEVEL      0x102
1943 #define AAC_OWNER_ERROR_HANDLER 0x103
1944 #define AAC_OWNER_FIRMWARE      0x106
1945
1946 const char *aac_driverinfo(struct Scsi_Host *);
1947 struct fib *aac_fib_alloc(struct aac_dev *dev);
1948 int aac_fib_setup(struct aac_dev *dev);
1949 void aac_fib_map_free(struct aac_dev *dev);
1950 void aac_fib_free(struct fib * context);
1951 void aac_fib_init(struct fib * context);
1952 void aac_printf(struct aac_dev *dev, u32 val);
1953 int aac_fib_send(u16 command, struct fib * context, unsigned long size, int priority, int wait, int reply, fib_callback callback, void *ctxt);
1954 int aac_consumer_get(struct aac_dev * dev, struct aac_queue * q, struct aac_entry **entry);
1955 void aac_consumer_free(struct aac_dev * dev, struct aac_queue * q, u32 qnum);
1956 int aac_fib_complete(struct fib * context);
1957 #define fib_data(fibctx) ((void *)(fibctx)->hw_fib_va->data)
1958 struct aac_dev *aac_init_adapter(struct aac_dev *dev);
1959 int aac_get_config_status(struct aac_dev *dev, int commit_flag);
1960 int aac_get_containers(struct aac_dev *dev);
1961 int aac_scsi_cmd(struct scsi_cmnd *cmd);
1962 int aac_dev_ioctl(struct aac_dev *dev, int cmd, void __user *arg);
1963 #ifndef shost_to_class
1964 #define shost_to_class(shost) &shost->shost_dev
1965 #endif
1966 ssize_t aac_get_serial_number(struct device *dev, char *buf);
1967 int aac_do_ioctl(struct aac_dev * dev, int cmd, void __user *arg);
1968 int aac_rx_init(struct aac_dev *dev);
1969 int aac_rkt_init(struct aac_dev *dev);
1970 int aac_nark_init(struct aac_dev *dev);
1971 int aac_sa_init(struct aac_dev *dev);
1972 int aac_src_init(struct aac_dev *dev);
1973 int aac_queue_get(struct aac_dev * dev, u32 * index, u32 qid, struct hw_fib * hw_fib, int wait, struct fib * fibptr, unsigned long *nonotify);
1974 unsigned int aac_response_normal(struct aac_queue * q);
1975 unsigned int aac_command_normal(struct aac_queue * q);
1976 unsigned int aac_intr_normal(struct aac_dev *dev, u32 Index,
1977                         int isAif, int isFastResponse,
1978                         struct hw_fib *aif_fib);
1979 int aac_reset_adapter(struct aac_dev * dev, int forced);
1980 int aac_check_health(struct aac_dev * dev);
1981 int aac_command_thread(void *data);
1982 int aac_close_fib_context(struct aac_dev * dev, struct aac_fib_context *fibctx);
1983 int aac_fib_adapter_complete(struct fib * fibptr, unsigned short size);
1984 struct aac_driver_ident* aac_get_driver_ident(int devtype);
1985 int aac_get_adapter_info(struct aac_dev* dev);
1986 int aac_send_shutdown(struct aac_dev *dev);
1987 int aac_probe_container(struct aac_dev *dev, int cid);
1988 int _aac_rx_init(struct aac_dev *dev);
1989 int aac_rx_select_comm(struct aac_dev *dev, int comm);
1990 int aac_rx_deliver_producer(struct fib * fib);
1991 char * get_container_type(unsigned type);
1992 extern int numacb;
1993 extern int acbsize;
1994 extern char aac_driver_version[];
1995 extern int startup_timeout;
1996 extern int aif_timeout;
1997 extern int expose_physicals;
1998 extern int aac_reset_devices;
1999 extern int aac_msi;
2000 extern int aac_commit;
2001 extern int update_interval;
2002 extern int check_interval;
2003 extern int aac_check_reset;