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authorAjit Khaparde <ajit.khaparde@broadcom.com>2018-05-03 10:23:55 -0700
committerFerruh Yigit <ferruh.yigit@intel.com>2018-05-14 22:31:50 +0100
commit9a891c1764eaa0e9b8982f8509d2ccadfb4ca624 (patch)
treea9104e0dff8840b5377c0e0afdac617799b1394f
parent07ec1ddad563ebd56061115568396c74649d556f (diff)
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net/bnxt: update HWRM to version 1.9.2
Update HWRM structures to version 1.9.2 Signed-off-by: Ajit Khaparde <ajit.khaparde@broadcom.com>
-rw-r--r--drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt.h2
-rw-r--r--drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_hwrm.c53
-rw-r--r--drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_ring.c3
-rw-r--r--drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_rxr.c8
-rw-r--r--drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_stats.c8
-rw-r--r--drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_txr.c4
-rw-r--r--drivers/net/bnxt/hsi_struct_def_dpdk.h26607
7 files changed, 18388 insertions, 8297 deletions
diff --git a/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt.h b/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt.h
index 110cdb9..a93fbf5 100644
--- a/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt.h
+++ b/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt.h
@@ -306,8 +306,6 @@ struct bnxt {
int bnxt_link_update_op(struct rte_eth_dev *eth_dev, int wait_to_complete);
int bnxt_rcv_msg_from_vf(struct bnxt *bp, uint16_t vf_id, void *msg);
-#define RX_PROD_AGG_BD_TYPE_RX_PROD_AGG 0x6
-
bool is_bnxt_supported(struct rte_eth_dev *dev);
extern const struct rte_flow_ops bnxt_flow_ops;
diff --git a/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_hwrm.c b/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_hwrm.c
index 5b9840d..d975cb8 100644
--- a/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_hwrm.c
+++ b/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_hwrm.c
@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ static int bnxt_hwrm_send_message(struct bnxt *bp, void *msg,
short_input.req_type = rte_cpu_to_le_16(req->req_type);
short_input.signature = rte_cpu_to_le_16(
- HWRM_SHORT_REQ_SIGNATURE_SHORT_CMD);
+ HWRM_SHORT_INPUT_SIGNATURE_SHORT_CMD);
short_input.size = rte_cpu_to_le_16(msg_len);
short_input.req_addr =
rte_cpu_to_le_64(bp->hwrm_short_cmd_req_dma_addr);
@@ -412,16 +412,18 @@ int bnxt_hwrm_ptp_cfg(struct bnxt *bp)
HWRM_PREP(req, PORT_MAC_CFG);
if (ptp->rx_filter)
- flags |= PORT_MAC_CFG_REQ_FLAGS_PTP_RX_TS_CAPTURE_ENABLE;
+ flags |= HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PTP_RX_TS_CAPTURE_ENABLE;
else
- flags |= PORT_MAC_CFG_REQ_FLAGS_PTP_RX_TS_CAPTURE_DISABLE;
+ flags |=
+ HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PTP_RX_TS_CAPTURE_DISABLE;
if (ptp->tx_tstamp_en)
- flags |= PORT_MAC_CFG_REQ_FLAGS_PTP_TX_TS_CAPTURE_ENABLE;
+ flags |= HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PTP_TX_TS_CAPTURE_ENABLE;
else
- flags |= PORT_MAC_CFG_REQ_FLAGS_PTP_TX_TS_CAPTURE_DISABLE;
+ flags |=
+ HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PTP_TX_TS_CAPTURE_DISABLE;
req.flags = rte_cpu_to_le_32(flags);
- req.enables =
- rte_cpu_to_le_32(PORT_MAC_CFG_REQ_ENABLES_RX_TS_CAPTURE_PTP_MSG_TYPE);
+ req.enables = rte_cpu_to_le_32
+ (HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_RX_TS_CAPTURE_PTP_MSG_TYPE);
req.rx_ts_capture_ptp_msg_type = rte_cpu_to_le_16(ptp->rxctl);
rc = bnxt_hwrm_send_message(bp, &req, sizeof(req));
@@ -449,7 +451,7 @@ static int bnxt_hwrm_ptp_qcfg(struct bnxt *bp)
HWRM_CHECK_RESULT();
- if (!(resp->flags & PORT_MAC_PTP_QCFG_RESP_FLAGS_DIRECT_ACCESS))
+ if (!(resp->flags & HWRM_PORT_MAC_PTP_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_DIRECT_ACCESS))
return 0;
ptp = rte_zmalloc("ptp_cfg", sizeof(*ptp), 0);
@@ -607,7 +609,7 @@ int bnxt_hwrm_func_driver_register(struct bnxt *bp)
if (BNXT_PF(bp)) {
req.enables |= rte_cpu_to_le_32(
- HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_VF_INPUT_FWD);
+ HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_VF_REQ_FWD);
memcpy(req.vf_req_fwd, bp->pf.vf_req_fwd,
RTE_MIN(sizeof(req.vf_req_fwd),
sizeof(bp->pf.vf_req_fwd)));
@@ -663,11 +665,13 @@ int bnxt_hwrm_ver_get(struct bnxt *bp)
HWRM_CHECK_RESULT();
PMD_DRV_LOG(INFO, "%d.%d.%d:%d.%d.%d\n",
- resp->hwrm_intf_maj, resp->hwrm_intf_min,
- resp->hwrm_intf_upd,
- resp->hwrm_fw_maj, resp->hwrm_fw_min, resp->hwrm_fw_bld);
- bp->fw_ver = (resp->hwrm_fw_maj << 24) | (resp->hwrm_fw_min << 16) |
- (resp->hwrm_fw_bld << 8) | resp->hwrm_fw_rsvd;
+ resp->hwrm_intf_maj_8b, resp->hwrm_intf_min_8b,
+ resp->hwrm_intf_upd_8b, resp->hwrm_fw_maj_8b,
+ resp->hwrm_fw_min_8b, resp->hwrm_fw_bld_8b);
+ bp->fw_ver = (resp->hwrm_fw_maj_8b << 24) |
+ (resp->hwrm_fw_min_8b << 16) |
+ (resp->hwrm_fw_bld_8b << 8) |
+ resp->hwrm_fw_rsvd_8b;
PMD_DRV_LOG(INFO, "Driver HWRM version: %d.%d.%d\n",
HWRM_VERSION_MAJOR, HWRM_VERSION_MINOR, HWRM_VERSION_UPDATE);
@@ -675,12 +679,12 @@ int bnxt_hwrm_ver_get(struct bnxt *bp)
my_version |= HWRM_VERSION_MINOR << 8;
my_version |= HWRM_VERSION_UPDATE;
- fw_version = resp->hwrm_intf_maj << 16;
- fw_version |= resp->hwrm_intf_min << 8;
- fw_version |= resp->hwrm_intf_upd;
+ fw_version = resp->hwrm_intf_maj_8b << 16;
+ fw_version |= resp->hwrm_intf_min_8b << 8;
+ fw_version |= resp->hwrm_intf_upd_8b;
bp->hwrm_spec_code = fw_version;
- if (resp->hwrm_intf_maj != HWRM_VERSION_MAJOR) {
+ if (resp->hwrm_intf_maj_8b != HWRM_VERSION_MAJOR) {
PMD_DRV_LOG(ERR, "Unsupported firmware API version\n");
rc = -EINVAL;
goto error;
@@ -736,7 +740,7 @@ int bnxt_hwrm_ver_get(struct bnxt *bp)
if ((dev_caps_cfg &
HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_SHORT_CMD_SUPPORTED) &&
(dev_caps_cfg &
- HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_SHORT_CMD_INPUTUIRED)) {
+ HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_SHORT_CMD_REQUIRED)) {
PMD_DRV_LOG(DEBUG, "Short command supported\n");
rte_free(bp->hwrm_short_cmd_req_addr);
@@ -1614,10 +1618,9 @@ int bnxt_hwrm_func_qstats(struct bnxt *bp, uint16_t fid,
stats->obytes += rte_le_to_cpu_64(resp->tx_mcast_bytes);
stats->obytes += rte_le_to_cpu_64(resp->tx_bcast_bytes);
- stats->ierrors = rte_le_to_cpu_64(resp->rx_err_pkts);
- stats->oerrors = rte_le_to_cpu_64(resp->tx_err_pkts);
-
- stats->imissed = rte_le_to_cpu_64(resp->rx_drop_pkts);
+ stats->imissed = rte_le_to_cpu_64(resp->rx_discard_pkts);
+ stats->ierrors = rte_le_to_cpu_64(resp->rx_drop_pkts);
+ stats->oerrors = rte_le_to_cpu_64(resp->tx_discard_pkts);
HWRM_UNLOCK();
@@ -2776,9 +2779,9 @@ int bnxt_hwrm_func_buf_rgtr(struct bnxt *bp)
req.req_buf_page_size = rte_cpu_to_le_16(
page_getenum(bp->pf.active_vfs * HWRM_MAX_REQ_LEN));
req.req_buf_len = rte_cpu_to_le_16(HWRM_MAX_REQ_LEN);
- req.req_buf_page_addr[0] =
+ req.req_buf_page_addr0 =
rte_cpu_to_le_64(rte_mem_virt2iova(bp->pf.vf_req_buf));
- if (req.req_buf_page_addr[0] == 0) {
+ if (req.req_buf_page_addr0 == 0) {
PMD_DRV_LOG(ERR,
"unable to map buffer address to physical memory\n");
return -ENOMEM;
diff --git a/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_ring.c b/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_ring.c
index aa9f3f4..1e748b9 100644
--- a/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_ring.c
+++ b/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_ring.c
@@ -82,7 +82,8 @@ int bnxt_alloc_rings(struct bnxt *bp, uint16_t qidx,
int sz;
int stats_len = (tx_ring_info || rx_ring_info) ?
- RTE_CACHE_LINE_ROUNDUP(sizeof(struct ctx_hw_stats64)) : 0;
+ RTE_CACHE_LINE_ROUNDUP(sizeof(struct hwrm_stat_ctx_query_output) -
+ sizeof (struct hwrm_resp_hdr)) : 0;
int cp_vmem_start = stats_len;
int cp_vmem_len = RTE_CACHE_LINE_ROUNDUP(cp_ring->vmem_size);
diff --git a/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_rxr.c b/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_rxr.c
index 7b956ac..6eeb93b 100644
--- a/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_rxr.c
+++ b/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_rxr.c
@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ static inline int bnxt_alloc_rx_data(struct bnxt_rx_queue *rxq,
rx_buf->mbuf = mbuf;
mbuf->data_off = RTE_PKTMBUF_HEADROOM;
- rxbd->addr = rte_cpu_to_le_64(rte_mbuf_data_iova_default(mbuf));
+ rxbd->address = rte_cpu_to_le_64(rte_mbuf_data_iova_default(mbuf));
return 0;
}
@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ static inline int bnxt_alloc_ag_data(struct bnxt_rx_queue *rxq,
rx_buf->mbuf = mbuf;
mbuf->data_off = RTE_PKTMBUF_HEADROOM;
- rxbd->addr = rte_cpu_to_le_64(rte_mbuf_data_iova_default(mbuf));
+ rxbd->address = rte_cpu_to_le_64(rte_mbuf_data_iova_default(mbuf));
return 0;
}
@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@ static inline void bnxt_reuse_rx_mbuf(struct bnxt_rx_ring_info *rxr,
prod_bd = &rxr->rx_desc_ring[prod];
- prod_bd->addr = rte_cpu_to_le_64(rte_mbuf_data_iova_default(mbuf));
+ prod_bd->address = rte_cpu_to_le_64(rte_mbuf_data_iova_default(mbuf));
rxr->rx_prod = prod;
}
@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@ static void bnxt_reuse_ag_mbuf(struct bnxt_rx_ring_info *rxr, uint16_t cons,
prod_bd = &rxr->ag_desc_ring[prod];
cons_bd = &rxr->ag_desc_ring[cons];
- prod_bd->addr = cons_bd->addr;
+ prod_bd->address = cons_bd->addr;
}
#endif
diff --git a/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_stats.c b/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_stats.c
index c1a8fad..0797896 100644
--- a/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_stats.c
+++ b/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_stats.c
@@ -144,8 +144,8 @@ static const struct bnxt_xstats_name_off bnxt_func_stats_strings[] = {
tx_mcast_pkts)},
{"tx_bcast_pkts", offsetof(struct hwrm_func_qstats_output,
tx_bcast_pkts)},
- {"tx_err_pkts", offsetof(struct hwrm_func_qstats_output,
- tx_err_pkts)},
+ {"tx_discard_pkts", offsetof(struct hwrm_func_qstats_output,
+ tx_discard_pkts)},
{"tx_drop_pkts", offsetof(struct hwrm_func_qstats_output,
tx_drop_pkts)},
{"tx_ucast_bytes", offsetof(struct hwrm_func_qstats_output,
@@ -160,8 +160,8 @@ static const struct bnxt_xstats_name_off bnxt_func_stats_strings[] = {
rx_mcast_pkts)},
{"rx_bcast_pkts", offsetof(struct hwrm_func_qstats_output,
rx_bcast_pkts)},
- {"rx_err_pkts", offsetof(struct hwrm_func_qstats_output,
- rx_err_pkts)},
+ {"rx_discard_pkts", offsetof(struct hwrm_func_qstats_output,
+ rx_discard_pkts)},
{"rx_drop_pkts", offsetof(struct hwrm_func_qstats_output,
rx_drop_pkts)},
{"rx_ucast_bytes", offsetof(struct hwrm_func_qstats_output,
diff --git a/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_txr.c b/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_txr.c
index 7cb27ef..470fddd 100644
--- a/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_txr.c
+++ b/drivers/net/bnxt/bnxt_txr.c
@@ -153,7 +153,7 @@ static uint16_t bnxt_start_xmit(struct rte_mbuf *tx_pkt,
txbd->flags_type |= TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_GTE2K;
else
txbd->flags_type |= lhint_arr[txbd->len >> 9];
- txbd->addr = rte_cpu_to_le_32(rte_mbuf_data_iova(tx_buf->mbuf));
+ txbd->address = rte_cpu_to_le_32(rte_mbuf_data_iova(tx_buf->mbuf));
if (long_bd) {
txbd->flags_type |= TX_BD_LONG_TYPE_TX_BD_LONG;
@@ -234,7 +234,7 @@ static uint16_t bnxt_start_xmit(struct rte_mbuf *tx_pkt,
tx_buf = &txr->tx_buf_ring[txr->tx_prod];
txbd = &txr->tx_desc_ring[txr->tx_prod];
- txbd->addr = rte_cpu_to_le_32(rte_mbuf_data_iova(m_seg));
+ txbd->address = rte_cpu_to_le_32(rte_mbuf_data_iova(m_seg));
txbd->flags_type = TX_BD_SHORT_TYPE_TX_BD_SHORT;
txbd->len = m_seg->data_len;
diff --git a/drivers/net/bnxt/hsi_struct_def_dpdk.h b/drivers/net/bnxt/hsi_struct_def_dpdk.h
index 79705a7..5788632 100644
--- a/drivers/net/bnxt/hsi_struct_def_dpdk.h
+++ b/drivers/net/bnxt/hsi_struct_def_dpdk.h
@@ -1,226 +1,1266 @@
/* SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
- * Copyright(c) 2001-2018 Broadcom
+ * Copyright (c) 2014-2018 Broadcom Limited
* All rights reserved.
+ *
+ * DO NOT MODIFY!!! This file is automatically generated.
*/
-#ifndef _HSI_STRUCT_DEF_DPDK_
-#define _HSI_STRUCT_DEF_DPDK_
-/* HSI and HWRM Specification 1.8.2 */
-#define HWRM_VERSION_MAJOR 1
-#define HWRM_VERSION_MINOR 8
-#define HWRM_VERSION_UPDATE 2
+#ifndef _HSI_STRUCT_DEF_DPDK_H_
+#define _HSI_STRUCT_DEF_DPDK_H_
-#define HWRM_VERSION_RSVD 0 /* non-zero means beta version */
+/* This is the HWRM command header. */
+/* hwrm_cmd_hdr (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_cmd_hdr {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
-#define HWRM_VERSION_STR "1.8.2.0"
-/*
- * Following is the signature for HWRM message field that indicates not
- * applicable (All F's). Need to cast it the size of the field if needed.
- */
-#define HWRM_NA_SIGNATURE ((uint32_t)(-1))
-#define HWRM_MAX_REQ_LEN (128) /* hwrm_func_buf_rgtr */
-#define HWRM_MAX_RESP_LEN (280) /* hwrm_selftest_qlist */
-#define HW_HASH_INDEX_SIZE 0x80 /* 7 bit indirection table index. */
-#define HW_HASH_KEY_SIZE 40
-#define HWRM_RESP_VALID_KEY 1 /* valid key for HWRM response */
-#define HWRM_ROCE_SP_HSI_VERSION_MAJOR 1
-#define HWRM_ROCE_SP_HSI_VERSION_MINOR 8
-#define HWRM_ROCE_SP_HSI_VERSION_UPDATE 2
+/* This is the HWRM response header. */
+/* hwrm_resp_hdr (size:64b/8B) */
+struct hwrm_resp_hdr {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+} __attribute__((packed));
/*
- * Request types
+ * TLV encapsulated message. Use the TLV type field of the
+ * TLV to determine the type of message encapsulated.
*/
-#define HWRM_VER_GET (UINT32_C(0x0))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_UNRGTR (UINT32_C(0xe))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG (UINT32_C(0xf))
- /* Reserved for future use */
-#define RESERVED1 (UINT32_C(0x10))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_RESET (UINT32_C(0x11))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_GETFID (UINT32_C(0x12))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_VF_ALLOC (UINT32_C(0x13))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_VF_FREE (UINT32_C(0x14))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS (UINT32_C(0x15))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG (UINT32_C(0x16))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG (UINT32_C(0x17))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_QSTATS (UINT32_C(0x18))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_CLR_STATS (UINT32_C(0x19))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_UNRGTR (UINT32_C(0x1a))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_VF_RESC_FREE (UINT32_C(0x1b))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_VF_VNIC_IDS_QUERY (UINT32_C(0x1c))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR (UINT32_C(0x1d))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER (UINT32_C(0x1e))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR (UINT32_C(0x1f))
-#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG (UINT32_C(0x20))
-#define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG (UINT32_C(0x21))
-#define HWRM_PORT_QSTATS (UINT32_C(0x23))
-#define HWRM_PORT_LPBK_QSTATS (UINT32_C(0x24))
-#define HWRM_PORT_CLR_STATS (UINT32_C(0x25))
-#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG (UINT32_C(0x27))
-#define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG (UINT32_C(0x28))
-#define HWRM_PORT_MAC_PTP_QCFG (UINT32_C(0x29))
-#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS (UINT32_C(0x2a))
-#define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG (UINT32_C(0x2d))
-#define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG (UINT32_C(0x2e))
-#define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCAPS (UINT32_C(0x2f))
-#define HWRM_QUEUE_QPORTCFG (UINT32_C(0x30))
-#define HWRM_QUEUE_QCFG (UINT32_C(0x31))
-#define HWRM_QUEUE_CFG (UINT32_C(0x32))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG (UINT32_C(0x33))
-#define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_QCFG (UINT32_C(0x34))
-#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_QCFG (UINT32_C(0x35))
-#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_CFG (UINT32_C(0x36))
-#define HWRM_QUEUE_PRI2COS_QCFG (UINT32_C(0x37))
-#define HWRM_QUEUE_PRI2COS_CFG (UINT32_C(0x38))
-#define HWRM_QUEUE_COS2BW_QCFG (UINT32_C(0x39))
-#define HWRM_QUEUE_COS2BW_CFG (UINT32_C(0x3a))
-#define HWRM_VNIC_ALLOC (UINT32_C(0x40))
-#define HWRM_VNIC_ALLOC (UINT32_C(0x40))
-#define HWRM_VNIC_FREE (UINT32_C(0x41))
-#define HWRM_VNIC_CFG (UINT32_C(0x42))
-#define HWRM_VNIC_QCFG (UINT32_C(0x43))
-#define HWRM_VNIC_TPA_CFG (UINT32_C(0x44))
-#define HWRM_VNIC_RSS_CFG (UINT32_C(0x46))
-#define HWRM_VNIC_RSS_QCFG (UINT32_C(0x47))
-#define HWRM_VNIC_PLCMODES_CFG (UINT32_C(0x48))
-#define HWRM_VNIC_PLCMODES_QCFG (UINT32_C(0x49))
-#define HWRM_VNIC_QCAPS (UINT32_C(0x4a))
-#define HWRM_RING_ALLOC (UINT32_C(0x50))
-#define HWRM_RING_FREE (UINT32_C(0x51))
-#define HWRM_RING_CMPL_RING_QAGGINT_PARAMS (UINT32_C(0x52))
-#define HWRM_RING_CMPL_RING_CFG_AGGINT_PARAMS (UINT32_C(0x53))
-#define HWRM_RING_RESET (UINT32_C(0x5e))
-#define HWRM_RING_GRP_ALLOC (UINT32_C(0x60))
-#define HWRM_RING_GRP_FREE (UINT32_C(0x61))
-#define HWRM_VNIC_RSS_COS_LB_CTX_ALLOC (UINT32_C(0x70))
-#define HWRM_VNIC_RSS_COS_LB_CTX_FREE (UINT32_C(0x71))
-#define HWRM_CFA_L2_FILTER_ALLOC (UINT32_C(0x90))
-#define HWRM_CFA_L2_FILTER_FREE (UINT32_C(0x91))
-#define HWRM_CFA_L2_FILTER_CFG (UINT32_C(0x92))
-#define HWRM_CFA_L2_SET_RX_MASK (UINT32_C(0x93))
- /* Reserved for future use */
-#define HWRM_CFA_VLAN_ANTISPOOF_CFG (UINT32_C(0x94))
-#define HWRM_CFA_TUNNEL_FILTER_ALLOC (UINT32_C(0x95))
-#define HWRM_CFA_TUNNEL_FILTER_FREE (UINT32_C(0x96))
-#define HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_FILTER_ALLOC (UINT32_C(0x99))
-#define HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_FILTER_FREE (UINT32_C(0x9a))
-#define HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_FILTER_CFG (UINT32_C(0x9b))
-#define HWRM_CFA_EM_FLOW_ALLOC (UINT32_C(0x9c))
-#define HWRM_CFA_EM_FLOW_FREE (UINT32_C(0x9d))
-#define HWRM_CFA_EM_FLOW_CFG (UINT32_C(0x9e))
-#define HWRM_TUNNEL_DST_PORT_QUERY (UINT32_C(0xa0))
-#define HWRM_TUNNEL_DST_PORT_ALLOC (UINT32_C(0xa1))
-#define HWRM_TUNNEL_DST_PORT_FREE (UINT32_C(0xa2))
-#define HWRM_STAT_CTX_ALLOC (UINT32_C(0xb0))
-#define HWRM_STAT_CTX_FREE (UINT32_C(0xb1))
-#define HWRM_STAT_CTX_QUERY (UINT32_C(0xb2))
-#define HWRM_STAT_CTX_CLR_STATS (UINT32_C(0xb3))
-#define HWRM_FW_RESET (UINT32_C(0xc0))
-#define HWRM_FW_QSTATUS (UINT32_C(0xc1))
-#define HWRM_EXEC_FWD_RESP (UINT32_C(0xd0))
-#define HWRM_REJECT_FWD_RESP (UINT32_C(0xd1))
-#define HWRM_FWD_RESP (UINT32_C(0xd2))
-#define HWRM_FWD_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL (UINT32_C(0xd3))
-#define HWRM_TEMP_MONITOR_QUERY (UINT32_C(0xe0))
-#define HWRM_WOL_FILTER_ALLOC (UINT32_C(0xf0))
-#define HWRM_WOL_FILTER_FREE (UINT32_C(0xf1))
-#define HWRM_WOL_FILTER_QCFG (UINT32_C(0xf2))
-#define HWRM_WOL_REASON_QCFG (UINT32_C(0xf3))
-#define HWRM_DBG_DUMP (UINT32_C(0xff14))
-#define HWRM_NVM_VALIDATE_OPTION (UINT32_C(0xffef))
-#define HWRM_NVM_FLUSH (UINT32_C(0xfff0))
-#define HWRM_NVM_GET_VARIABLE (UINT32_C(0xfff1))
-#define HWRM_NVM_SET_VARIABLE (UINT32_C(0xfff2))
-#define HWRM_NVM_INSTALL_UPDATE (UINT32_C(0xfff3))
-#define HWRM_NVM_MODIFY (UINT32_C(0xfff4))
-#define HWRM_NVM_VERIFY_UPDATE (UINT32_C(0xfff5))
-#define HWRM_NVM_GET_DEV_INFO (UINT32_C(0xfff6))
-#define HWRM_NVM_ERASE_DIR_ENTRY (UINT32_C(0xfff7))
-#define HWRM_NVM_MOD_DIR_ENTRY (UINT32_C(0xfff8))
-#define HWRM_NVM_FIND_DIR_ENTRY (UINT32_C(0xfff9))
-#define HWRM_NVM_GET_DIR_ENTRIES (UINT32_C(0xfffa))
-#define HWRM_NVM_GET_DIR_INFO (UINT32_C(0xfffb))
-#define HWRM_NVM_RAW_DUMP (UINT32_C(0xfffc))
-#define HWRM_NVM_READ (UINT32_C(0xfffd))
-#define HWRM_NVM_WRITE (UINT32_C(0xfffe))
-#define HWRM_NVM_RAW_WRITE_BLK (UINT32_C(0xffff))
+#define CMD_DISCR_TLV_ENCAP UINT32_C(0x8000)
+#define CMD_DISCR_LAST CMD_DISCR_TLV_ENCAP
+
+
+/* HWRM request message */
+#define TLV_TYPE_HWRM_REQUEST UINT32_C(0x1)
+/* HWRM response message */
+#define TLV_TYPE_HWRM_RESPONSE UINT32_C(0x2)
+/* RoCE slow path command */
+#define TLV_TYPE_ROCE_SP_COMMAND UINT32_C(0x3)
+/* Engine CKV - The device's serial number. */
+#define TLV_TYPE_ENGINE_CKV_DEVICE_SERIAL_NUMBER UINT32_C(0x8001)
+/* Engine CKV - Per-function random nonce data. */
+#define TLV_TYPE_ENGINE_CKV_NONCE UINT32_C(0x8002)
+/* Engine CKV - Initialization vector. */
+#define TLV_TYPE_ENGINE_CKV_IV UINT32_C(0x8003)
+/* Engine CKV - Authentication tag. */
+#define TLV_TYPE_ENGINE_CKV_AUTH_TAG UINT32_C(0x8004)
+/* Engine CKV - The encrypted data. */
+#define TLV_TYPE_ENGINE_CKV_CIPHERTEXT UINT32_C(0x8005)
+/* Engine CKV - Supported algorithms. */
+#define TLV_TYPE_ENGINE_CKV_ALGORITHMS UINT32_C(0x8006)
+/* Engine CKV - The EC curve name and ECC public key information. */
+#define TLV_TYPE_ENGINE_CKV_ECC_PUBLIC_KEY UINT32_C(0x8007)
+/* Engine CKV - The ECDSA signature. */
+#define TLV_TYPE_ENGINE_CKV_ECDSA_SIGNATURE UINT32_C(0x8008)
+#define TLV_TYPE_LAST \
+ TLV_TYPE_ENGINE_CKV_ECDSA_SIGNATURE
+
+
+/* tlv (size:64b/8B) */
+struct tlv {
+ /*
+ * The command discriminator is used to differentiate between various
+ * types of HWRM messages. This includes legacy HWRM and RoCE slowpath
+ * command messages as well as newer TLV encapsulated HWRM commands.
+ *
+ * For TLV encapsulated messages this field must be 0x8000.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmd_discr;
+ uint8_t reserved_8b;
+ uint8_t flags;
+ /*
+ * Indicates the presence of additional TLV encapsulated data
+ * follows this TLV.
+ */
+ #define TLV_FLAGS_MORE UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* Last TLV in a sequence of TLVs. */
+ #define TLV_FLAGS_MORE_LAST UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* More TLVs follow this TLV. */
+ #define TLV_FLAGS_MORE_NOT_LAST UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * When an HWRM receiver detects a TLV type that it does not
+ * support with the TLV required flag set, the receiver must
+ * reject the HWRM message with an error code indicating an
+ * unsupported TLV type.
+ */
+ #define TLV_FLAGS_REQUIRED UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /* No */
+ #define TLV_FLAGS_REQUIRED_NO (UINT32_C(0x0) << 1)
+ /* Yes */
+ #define TLV_FLAGS_REQUIRED_YES (UINT32_C(0x1) << 1)
+ #define TLV_FLAGS_REQUIRED_LAST TLV_FLAGS_REQUIRED_YES
+ /*
+ * This field defines the TLV type value which is divided into
+ * two ranges to differentiate between global and local TLV types.
+ * Global TLV types must be unique across all defined TLV types.
+ * Local TLV types are valid only for extensions to a given
+ * HWRM message and may be repeated across different HWRM message
+ * types. There is a direct correlation of each HWRM message type
+ * to a single global TLV type value.
+ *
+ * Global TLV range: `0 - (63k-1)`
+ *
+ * Local TLV range: `63k - (64k-1)`
+ */
+ uint16_t tlv_type;
+ /*
+ * Length of the message data encapsulated by this TLV in bytes.
+ * This length does not include the size of the TLV header itself
+ * and it must be an integer multiple of 8B.
+ */
+ uint16_t length;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* Input */
+/* input (size:128b/16B) */
+struct input {
+ /*
+ * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
+ * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * This value indicates the what completion ring the request will
+ * be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
+ * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
+ * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * Target ID of this command.
+ *
+ * 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function ids
+ * 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * This is the host address where the response will be written
+ * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
+ * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* Output */
+/* output (size:64b/8B) */
+struct output {
+ /*
+ * Pass/Fail or error type
+ *
+ * Note: receiver to verify the in parameters, and fail the call
+ * with an error when appropriate
+ */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* This field returns the type of original request. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The
+ * last byte of the response is a valid flag that will read
+ * as '1' when the command has been completely written to
+ * memory.
+ */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* Short Command Structure */
+/* hwrm_short_input (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_short_input {
+ /*
+ * This field indicates the type of request in the request buffer.
+ * The format for the rest of the command (request) is determined
+ * by this field.
+ */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * This field indicates a signature that is used to identify short
+ * form of the command listed here. This field shall be set to
+ * 17185 (0x4321).
+ */
+ uint16_t signature;
+ /* Signature indicating this is a short form of HWRM command */
+ #define HWRM_SHORT_INPUT_SIGNATURE_SHORT_CMD UINT32_C(0x4321)
+ #define HWRM_SHORT_INPUT_SIGNATURE_LAST \
+ HWRM_SHORT_INPUT_SIGNATURE_SHORT_CMD
+ /* Reserved for future use. */
+ uint16_t unused_0;
+ /* This value indicates the length of the request. */
+ uint16_t size;
+ /*
+ * This is the host address where the request was written.
+ * This area must be 16B aligned.
+ */
+ uint64_t req_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
/*
- * Note: The Host Software Interface (HSI) and Hardware Resource Manager (HWRM)
- * specification describes the data structures used in Ethernet packet or RDMA
- * message data transfers as well as an abstract interface for managing Ethernet
- * NIC hardware resources.
- */
-/* Ethernet Data path Host Structures */
-/*
- * Description: The following three sections document the host structures used
- * between device and software drivers for communicating Ethernet packets.
+ * Command numbering
+ * # NOTE - definitions already in hwrm_req_type, in hwrm_types.yaml
+ * # So only structure definition is provided here.
*/
-/* BD Ring Structures */
+/* cmd_nums (size:64b/8B) */
+struct cmd_nums {
+ /*
+ * This version of the specification defines the commands listed in
+ * the table below. The following are general implementation
+ * requirements for these commands:
+ *
+ * # All commands listed below that are marked neither
+ * reserved nor experimental shall be implemented by the HWRM.
+ * # A HWRM client compliant to this specification should not use
+ * commands outside of the list below.
+ * # A HWRM client compliant to this specification should not use
+ * command numbers marked reserved below.
+ * # A command marked experimental below may not be implemented
+ * by the HWRM.
+ * # A command marked experimental may change in the
+ * future version of the HWRM specification.
+ * # A command not listed below may be implemented by the HWRM.
+ * The behavior of commands that are not listed below is outside
+ * the scope of this specification.
+ */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ #define HWRM_VER_GET UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_UNRGTR UINT32_C(0xe)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG UINT32_C(0xf)
+ /* Reserved for future use. */
+ #define HWRM_RESERVED1 UINT32_C(0x10)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_RESET UINT32_C(0x11)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_GETFID UINT32_C(0x12)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x13)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_FREE UINT32_C(0x14)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS UINT32_C(0x15)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG UINT32_C(0x16)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG UINT32_C(0x17)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QSTATS UINT32_C(0x18)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CLR_STATS UINT32_C(0x19)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_UNRGTR UINT32_C(0x1a)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_RESC_FREE UINT32_C(0x1b)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_VNIC_IDS_QUERY UINT32_C(0x1c)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR UINT32_C(0x1d)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER UINT32_C(0x1e)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR UINT32_C(0x1f)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG UINT32_C(0x20)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG UINT32_C(0x21)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_TS_QUERY UINT32_C(0x22)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_QSTATS UINT32_C(0x23)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LPBK_QSTATS UINT32_C(0x24)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_CLR_STATS UINT32_C(0x25)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LPBK_CLR_STATS UINT32_C(0x26)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG UINT32_C(0x27)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG UINT32_C(0x28)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_PTP_QCFG UINT32_C(0x29)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS UINT32_C(0x2a)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_I2C_WRITE UINT32_C(0x2b)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_I2C_READ UINT32_C(0x2c)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG UINT32_C(0x2d)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG UINT32_C(0x2e)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCAPS UINT32_C(0x2f)
+ #define HWRM_QUEUE_QPORTCFG UINT32_C(0x30)
+ #define HWRM_QUEUE_QCFG UINT32_C(0x31)
+ #define HWRM_QUEUE_CFG UINT32_C(0x32)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG UINT32_C(0x33)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_QCFG UINT32_C(0x34)
+ #define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_QCFG UINT32_C(0x35)
+ #define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_CFG UINT32_C(0x36)
+ #define HWRM_QUEUE_PRI2COS_QCFG UINT32_C(0x37)
+ #define HWRM_QUEUE_PRI2COS_CFG UINT32_C(0x38)
+ #define HWRM_QUEUE_COS2BW_QCFG UINT32_C(0x39)
+ #define HWRM_QUEUE_COS2BW_CFG UINT32_C(0x3a)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_QUEUE_DSCP_QCAPS UINT32_C(0x3b)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_QUEUE_DSCP2PRI_QCFG UINT32_C(0x3c)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_QUEUE_DSCP2PRI_CFG UINT32_C(0x3d)
+ #define HWRM_VNIC_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define HWRM_VNIC_FREE UINT32_C(0x41)
+ #define HWRM_VNIC_CFG UINT32_C(0x42)
+ #define HWRM_VNIC_QCFG UINT32_C(0x43)
+ #define HWRM_VNIC_TPA_CFG UINT32_C(0x44)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_VNIC_TPA_QCFG UINT32_C(0x45)
+ #define HWRM_VNIC_RSS_CFG UINT32_C(0x46)
+ #define HWRM_VNIC_RSS_QCFG UINT32_C(0x47)
+ #define HWRM_VNIC_PLCMODES_CFG UINT32_C(0x48)
+ #define HWRM_VNIC_PLCMODES_QCFG UINT32_C(0x49)
+ #define HWRM_VNIC_QCAPS UINT32_C(0x4a)
+ #define HWRM_RING_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x50)
+ #define HWRM_RING_FREE UINT32_C(0x51)
+ #define HWRM_RING_CMPL_RING_QAGGINT_PARAMS UINT32_C(0x52)
+ #define HWRM_RING_CMPL_RING_CFG_AGGINT_PARAMS UINT32_C(0x53)
+ #define HWRM_RING_RESET UINT32_C(0x5e)
+ #define HWRM_RING_GRP_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x60)
+ #define HWRM_RING_GRP_FREE UINT32_C(0x61)
+ /* Reserved for future use. */
+ #define HWRM_RESERVED5 UINT32_C(0x64)
+ /* Reserved for future use. */
+ #define HWRM_RESERVED6 UINT32_C(0x65)
+ #define HWRM_VNIC_RSS_COS_LB_CTX_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x70)
+ #define HWRM_VNIC_RSS_COS_LB_CTX_FREE UINT32_C(0x71)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_L2_FILTER_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x90)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_L2_FILTER_FREE UINT32_C(0x91)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_L2_FILTER_CFG UINT32_C(0x92)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_L2_SET_RX_MASK UINT32_C(0x93)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_VLAN_ANTISPOOF_CFG UINT32_C(0x94)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_TUNNEL_FILTER_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x95)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_TUNNEL_FILTER_FREE UINT32_C(0x96)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_ENCAP_RECORD_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x97)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_ENCAP_RECORD_FREE UINT32_C(0x98)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_FILTER_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x99)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_FILTER_FREE UINT32_C(0x9a)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_FILTER_CFG UINT32_C(0x9b)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_EM_FLOW_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x9c)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_EM_FLOW_FREE UINT32_C(0x9d)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_EM_FLOW_CFG UINT32_C(0x9e)
+ #define HWRM_TUNNEL_DST_PORT_QUERY UINT32_C(0xa0)
+ #define HWRM_TUNNEL_DST_PORT_ALLOC UINT32_C(0xa1)
+ #define HWRM_TUNNEL_DST_PORT_FREE UINT32_C(0xa2)
+ #define HWRM_STAT_CTX_ALLOC UINT32_C(0xb0)
+ #define HWRM_STAT_CTX_FREE UINT32_C(0xb1)
+ #define HWRM_STAT_CTX_QUERY UINT32_C(0xb2)
+ #define HWRM_STAT_CTX_CLR_STATS UINT32_C(0xb3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_QSTATS_EXT UINT32_C(0xb4)
+ #define HWRM_FW_RESET UINT32_C(0xc0)
+ #define HWRM_FW_QSTATUS UINT32_C(0xc1)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_FW_SET_TIME UINT32_C(0xc8)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_FW_GET_TIME UINT32_C(0xc9)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_FW_SET_STRUCTURED_DATA UINT32_C(0xca)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_FW_GET_STRUCTURED_DATA UINT32_C(0xcb)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_FW_IPC_MAILBOX UINT32_C(0xcc)
+ #define HWRM_EXEC_FWD_RESP UINT32_C(0xd0)
+ #define HWRM_REJECT_FWD_RESP UINT32_C(0xd1)
+ #define HWRM_FWD_RESP UINT32_C(0xd2)
+ #define HWRM_FWD_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL UINT32_C(0xd3)
+ #define HWRM_OEM_CMD UINT32_C(0xd4)
+ #define HWRM_TEMP_MONITOR_QUERY UINT32_C(0xe0)
+ #define HWRM_WOL_FILTER_ALLOC UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_WOL_FILTER_FREE UINT32_C(0xf1)
+ #define HWRM_WOL_FILTER_QCFG UINT32_C(0xf2)
+ #define HWRM_WOL_REASON_QCFG UINT32_C(0xf3)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_METER_PROFILE_ALLOC UINT32_C(0xf5)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_METER_PROFILE_FREE UINT32_C(0xf6)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_METER_PROFILE_CFG UINT32_C(0xf7)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_METER_INSTANCE_ALLOC UINT32_C(0xf8)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_METER_INSTANCE_FREE UINT32_C(0xf9)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_VFR_ALLOC UINT32_C(0xfd)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_VFR_FREE UINT32_C(0xfe)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_VF_PAIR_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x100)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_VF_PAIR_FREE UINT32_C(0x101)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_VF_PAIR_INFO UINT32_C(0x102)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_FLOW_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x103)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_FLOW_FREE UINT32_C(0x104)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_FLOW_FLUSH UINT32_C(0x105)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_FLOW_STATS UINT32_C(0x106)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_FLOW_INFO UINT32_C(0x107)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_DECAP_FILTER_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x108)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_DECAP_FILTER_FREE UINT32_C(0x109)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_VLAN_ANTISPOOF_QCFG UINT32_C(0x10a)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_REDIRECT_TUNNEL_TYPE_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x10b)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_REDIRECT_TUNNEL_TYPE_FREE UINT32_C(0x10c)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_PAIR_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x10d)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_PAIR_FREE UINT32_C(0x10e)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_CFA_PAIR_INFO UINT32_C(0x10f)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_FW_IPC_MSG UINT32_C(0x110)
+ #define HWRM_CFA_REDIRECT_TUNNEL_TYPE_INFO UINT32_C(0x111)
+ /* Engine CKV - Ping the device and SRT firmware to get the public key. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_CKV_HELLO UINT32_C(0x12d)
+ /* Engine CKV - Get the current allocation status of keys provisioned in the key vault. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_CKV_STATUS UINT32_C(0x12e)
+ /* Engine CKV - Add a new CKEK used to encrypt keys. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_CKV_CKEK_ADD UINT32_C(0x12f)
+ /* Engine CKV - Delete a previously added CKEK. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_CKV_CKEK_DELETE UINT32_C(0x130)
+ /* Engine CKV - Add a new key to the key vault. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_CKV_KEY_ADD UINT32_C(0x131)
+ /* Engine CKV - Delete a key from the key vault. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_CKV_KEY_DELETE UINT32_C(0x132)
+ /* Engine CKV - Delete all keys from the key vault. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_CKV_FLUSH UINT32_C(0x133)
+ /* Engine CKV - Get random data. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_CKV_RNG_GET UINT32_C(0x134)
+ /* Engine CKV - Generate and encrypt a new AES key. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_CKV_KEY_GEN UINT32_C(0x135)
+ /* Engine - Query the available queue groups configuration. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_QG_CONFIG_QUERY UINT32_C(0x13c)
+ /* Engine - Query the queue groups assigned to a function. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_QG_QUERY UINT32_C(0x13d)
+ /* Engine - Query the available queue group meter profile configuration. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_QG_METER_PROFILE_CONFIG_QUERY UINT32_C(0x13e)
+ /* Engine - Query the configuration of a queue group meter profile. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_QG_METER_PROFILE_QUERY UINT32_C(0x13f)
+ /* Engine - Allocate a queue group meter profile. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_QG_METER_PROFILE_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x140)
+ /* Engine - Free a queue group meter profile. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_QG_METER_PROFILE_FREE UINT32_C(0x141)
+ /* Engine - Query the meters assigned to a queue group. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_QG_METER_QUERY UINT32_C(0x142)
+ /* Engine - Bind a queue group meter profile to a queue group. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_QG_METER_BIND UINT32_C(0x143)
+ /* Engine - Unbind a queue group meter profile from a queue group. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_QG_METER_UNBIND UINT32_C(0x144)
+ /* Engine - Bind a queue group to a function. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_QG_FUNC_BIND UINT32_C(0x145)
+ /* Engine - Query the scheduling group configuration. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_SG_CONFIG_QUERY UINT32_C(0x146)
+ /* Engine - Query the queue groups assigned to a scheduling group. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_SG_QUERY UINT32_C(0x147)
+ /* Engine - Query the configuration of a scheduling group's meter profiles. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_SG_METER_QUERY UINT32_C(0x148)
+ /* Engine - Configure a scheduling group's meter profiles. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_SG_METER_CONFIG UINT32_C(0x149)
+ /* Engine - Bind a queue group to a scheduling group. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_SG_QG_BIND UINT32_C(0x14a)
+ /* Engine - Unbind a queue group from its scheduling group. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_QG_SG_UNBIND UINT32_C(0x14b)
+ /* Engine - Query the Engine configuration. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_CONFIG_QUERY UINT32_C(0x154)
+ /* Engine - Configure the statistics accumulator for an Engine. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_STATS_CONFIG UINT32_C(0x155)
+ /* Engine - Clear the statistics accumulator for an Engine. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_STATS_CLEAR UINT32_C(0x156)
+ /* Engine - Query the statistics accumulator for an Engine. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_STATS_QUERY UINT32_C(0x157)
+ /* Engine - Allocate an Engine RQ. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_RQ_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x15e)
+ /* Engine - Free an Engine RQ. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_RQ_FREE UINT32_C(0x15f)
+ /* Engine - Allocate an Engine CQ. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_CQ_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x160)
+ /* Engine - Free an Engine CQ. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_CQ_FREE UINT32_C(0x161)
+ /* Engine - Allocate an NQ. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_NQ_ALLOC UINT32_C(0x162)
+ /* Engine - Free an NQ. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_NQ_FREE UINT32_C(0x163)
+ /* Engine - Set the on-die RQE credit update location. */
+ #define HWRM_ENGINE_ON_DIE_RQE_CREDITS UINT32_C(0x164)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_RESOURCE_QCAPS UINT32_C(0x190)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_RESOURCE_CFG UINT32_C(0x191)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCAPS UINT32_C(0x192)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG UINT32_C(0x193)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG UINT32_C(0x194)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_SELFTEST_QLIST UINT32_C(0x200)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_SELFTEST_EXEC UINT32_C(0x201)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_SELFTEST_IRQ UINT32_C(0x202)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_SELFTEST_RETRIEVE_SERDES_DATA UINT32_C(0x203)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_PCIE_QSTATS UINT32_C(0x204)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_DBG_READ_DIRECT UINT32_C(0xff10)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_DBG_READ_INDIRECT UINT32_C(0xff11)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_DBG_WRITE_DIRECT UINT32_C(0xff12)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_DBG_WRITE_INDIRECT UINT32_C(0xff13)
+ #define HWRM_DBG_DUMP UINT32_C(0xff14)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_DBG_ERASE_NVM UINT32_C(0xff15)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_DBG_CFG UINT32_C(0xff16)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_DBG_COREDUMP_LIST UINT32_C(0xff17)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_DBG_COREDUMP_INITIATE UINT32_C(0xff18)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_DBG_COREDUMP_RETRIEVE UINT32_C(0xff19)
+ /* */
+ #define HWRM_DBG_I2C_CMD UINT32_C(0xff1b)
+ /* Experimental */
+ #define HWRM_NVM_FACTORY_DEFAULTS UINT32_C(0xffee)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_VALIDATE_OPTION UINT32_C(0xffef)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_FLUSH UINT32_C(0xfff0)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_GET_VARIABLE UINT32_C(0xfff1)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_SET_VARIABLE UINT32_C(0xfff2)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_INSTALL_UPDATE UINT32_C(0xfff3)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_MODIFY UINT32_C(0xfff4)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_VERIFY_UPDATE UINT32_C(0xfff5)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_GET_DEV_INFO UINT32_C(0xfff6)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_ERASE_DIR_ENTRY UINT32_C(0xfff7)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_MOD_DIR_ENTRY UINT32_C(0xfff8)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_FIND_DIR_ENTRY UINT32_C(0xfff9)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_GET_DIR_ENTRIES UINT32_C(0xfffa)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_GET_DIR_INFO UINT32_C(0xfffb)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_RAW_DUMP UINT32_C(0xfffc)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_READ UINT32_C(0xfffd)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_WRITE UINT32_C(0xfffe)
+ #define HWRM_NVM_RAW_WRITE_BLK UINT32_C(0xffff)
+ #define HWRM_LAST HWRM_NVM_RAW_WRITE_BLK
+ uint16_t unused_0[3];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* Return Codes */
+/* ret_codes (size:64b/8B) */
+struct ret_codes {
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* Request was successfully executed by the HWRM. */
+ #define HWRM_ERR_CODE_SUCCESS UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* The HWRM failed to execute the request. */
+ #define HWRM_ERR_CODE_FAIL UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * The request contains invalid argument(s) or input
+ * parameters.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_ERR_CODE_INVALID_PARAMS UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /*
+ * The requester is not allowed to access the requested
+ * resource. This error code shall be provided in a
+ * response to a request to query or modify an existing
+ * resource that is not accessible by the requester.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_ERR_CODE_RESOURCE_ACCESS_DENIED UINT32_C(0x3)
+ /*
+ * The HWRM is unable to allocate the requested resource.
+ * This code only applies to requests for HWRM resource
+ * allocations.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_ERR_CODE_RESOURCE_ALLOC_ERROR UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /*
+ * Invalid combination of flags is specified in the
+ * request.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_ERR_CODE_INVALID_FLAGS UINT32_C(0x5)
+ /*
+ * Invalid combination of enables fields is specified in
+ * the request.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_ERR_CODE_INVALID_ENABLES UINT32_C(0x6)
+ /*
+ * Request contains a required TLV that is not supported by
+ * the installed version of firmware.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_ERR_CODE_UNSUPPORTED_TLV UINT32_C(0x7)
+ /*
+ * No firmware buffer available to accept the request. Driver
+ * should retry the request.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_ERR_CODE_NO_BUFFER UINT32_C(0x8)
+ /*
+ * Generic HWRM execution error that represents an
+ * internal error.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_ERR_CODE_HWRM_ERROR UINT32_C(0xf)
+ /* Unknown error */
+ #define HWRM_ERR_CODE_UNKNOWN_ERR UINT32_C(0xfffe)
+ /* Unsupported or invalid command */
+ #define HWRM_ERR_CODE_CMD_NOT_SUPPORTED UINT32_C(0xffff)
+ #define HWRM_ERR_CODE_LAST \
+ HWRM_ERR_CODE_CMD_NOT_SUPPORTED
+ uint16_t unused_0[3];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* Output */
+/* hwrm_err_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_err_output {
+ /*
+ * Pass/Fail or error type
+ *
+ * Note: receiver to verify the in parameters, and fail the call
+ * with an error when appropriate
+ */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* This field returns the type of original request. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The
+ * last byte of the response is a valid flag that will read
+ * as '1' when the command has been completely written to
+ * memory.
+ */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /* debug info for this error response. */
+ uint32_t opaque_0;
+ /* debug info for this error response. */
+ uint16_t opaque_1;
+ /*
+ * In the case of an error response, command specific error
+ * code is returned in this field.
+ */
+ uint8_t cmd_err;
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
/*
- * Description: This structure is used to inform the NIC of a location for and
- * an aggregation buffer that will be used for packet data that is received. An
- * aggregation buffer creates a different kind of completion operation for a
- * packet where a variable number of BDs may be used to place the packet in the
- * host. RX Rings that have aggregation buffers are known as aggregation rings
- * and must contain only aggregation buffers.
+ * Following is the signature for HWRM message field that indicates not
+ * applicable (All F's). Need to cast it the size of the field if needed.
*/
-/* Short TX BD (16 bytes) */
+#define HWRM_NA_SIGNATURE ((uint32_t)(-1))
+/* hwrm_func_buf_rgtr */
+#define HWRM_MAX_REQ_LEN 128
+/* hwrm_selftest_qlist */
+#define HWRM_MAX_RESP_LEN 280
+/* 7 bit indirection table index. */
+#define HW_HASH_INDEX_SIZE 0x80
+#define HW_HASH_KEY_SIZE 40
+/* valid key for HWRM response */
+#define HWRM_RESP_VALID_KEY 1
+#define HWRM_VERSION_MAJOR 1
+#define HWRM_VERSION_MINOR 9
+#define HWRM_VERSION_UPDATE 2
+/* non-zero means beta version */
+#define HWRM_VERSION_RSVD 6
+#define HWRM_VERSION_STR "1.9.2.6"
+
+/****************
+ * hwrm_ver_get *
+ ****************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_ver_get_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_ver_get_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the major version of HWRM interface
+ * specification supported by the driver HWRM implementation.
+ * The interface major version is intended to change only when
+ * non backward compatible changes are made to the HWRM
+ * interface specification.
+ */
+ uint8_t hwrm_intf_maj;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the minor version of HWRM interface
+ * specification supported by the driver HWRM implementation.
+ * A change in interface minor version is used to reflect
+ * significant backward compatible modification to HWRM
+ * interface specification.
+ * This can be due to addition or removal of functionality.
+ * HWRM interface specifications with the same major version
+ * but different minor versions are compatible.
+ */
+ uint8_t hwrm_intf_min;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the update version of HWRM interface
+ * specification supported by the driver HWRM implementation.
+ * The interface update version is used to reflect minor
+ * changes or bug fixes to a released HWRM interface
+ * specification.
+ */
+ uint8_t hwrm_intf_upd;
+ uint8_t unused_0[5];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_ver_get_output (size:1408b/176B) */
+struct hwrm_ver_get_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the major version of HWRM interface
+ * specification supported by the HWRM implementation.
+ * The interface major version is intended to change only when
+ * non backward compatible changes are made to the HWRM
+ * interface specification.
+ * A HWRM implementation that is compliant with this
+ * specification shall provide value of 1 in this field.
+ */
+ uint8_t hwrm_intf_maj_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the minor version of HWRM interface
+ * specification supported by the HWRM implementation.
+ * A change in interface minor version is used to reflect
+ * significant backward compatible modification to HWRM
+ * interface specification.
+ * This can be due to addition or removal of functionality.
+ * HWRM interface specifications with the same major version
+ * but different minor versions are compatible.
+ * A HWRM implementation that is compliant with this
+ * specification shall provide value of 2 in this field.
+ */
+ uint8_t hwrm_intf_min_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the update version of HWRM interface
+ * specification supported by the HWRM implementation.
+ * The interface update version is used to reflect minor
+ * changes or bug fixes to a released HWRM interface
+ * specification.
+ * A HWRM implementation that is compliant with this
+ * specification shall provide value of 2 in this field.
+ */
+ uint8_t hwrm_intf_upd_8b;
+ uint8_t hwrm_intf_rsvd_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the major version of HWRM firmware.
+ * A change in firmware major version represents a major
+ * firmware release.
+ */
+ uint8_t hwrm_fw_maj_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the minor version of HWRM firmware.
+ * A change in firmware minor version represents significant
+ * firmware functionality changes.
+ */
+ uint8_t hwrm_fw_min_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the build version of HWRM firmware.
+ * A change in firmware build version represents bug fixes
+ * to a released firmware.
+ */
+ uint8_t hwrm_fw_bld_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field is a reserved field. This field can be used to
+ * represent firmware branches or customer specific releases
+ * tied to a specific (major,minor,update) version of the
+ * HWRM firmware.
+ */
+ uint8_t hwrm_fw_rsvd_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the major version of mgmt firmware.
+ * A change in major version represents a major release.
+ */
+ uint8_t mgmt_fw_maj_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the minor version of mgmt firmware.
+ * A change in minor version represents significant
+ * functionality changes.
+ */
+ uint8_t mgmt_fw_min_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the build version of mgmt firmware.
+ * A change in update version represents bug fixes.
+ */
+ uint8_t mgmt_fw_bld_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field is a reserved field. This field can be used to
+ * represent firmware branches or customer specific releases
+ * tied to a specific (major,minor,update) version
+ */
+ uint8_t mgmt_fw_rsvd_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the major version of network
+ * control firmware.
+ * A change in major version represents a major release.
+ */
+ uint8_t netctrl_fw_maj_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the minor version of network
+ * control firmware.
+ * A change in minor version represents significant
+ * functionality changes.
+ */
+ uint8_t netctrl_fw_min_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the build version of network
+ * control firmware.
+ * A change in update version represents bug fixes.
+ */
+ uint8_t netctrl_fw_bld_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field is a reserved field. This field can be used to
+ * represent firmware branches or customer specific releases
+ * tied to a specific (major,minor,update) version
+ */
+ uint8_t netctrl_fw_rsvd_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field is used to indicate device's capabilities and
+ * configurations.
+ */
+ uint32_t dev_caps_cfg;
+ /*
+ * If set to 1, then secure firmware update behavior
+ * is supported.
+ * If set to 0, then secure firmware update behavior is
+ * not supported.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_SECURE_FW_UPD_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * If set to 1, then firmware based DCBX agent is supported.
+ * If set to 0, then firmware based DCBX agent capability
+ * is not supported on this device.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_FW_DCBX_AGENT_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /*
+ * If set to 1, then HWRM short command format is supported.
+ * If set to 0, then HWRM short command format is not supported.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_SHORT_CMD_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /*
+ * If set to 1, then HWRM short command format is required.
+ * If set to 0, then HWRM short command format is not required.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_SHORT_CMD_REQUIRED \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
+ /*
+ * This field represents the major version of RoCE firmware.
+ * A change in major version represents a major release.
+ */
+ uint8_t roce_fw_maj_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the minor version of RoCE firmware.
+ * A change in minor version represents significant
+ * functionality changes.
+ */
+ uint8_t roce_fw_min_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the build version of RoCE firmware.
+ * A change in update version represents bug fixes.
+ */
+ uint8_t roce_fw_bld_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field is a reserved field. This field can be used to
+ * represent firmware branches or customer specific releases
+ * tied to a specific (major,minor,update) version
+ */
+ uint8_t roce_fw_rsvd_8b;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the name of HWRM FW (ASCII chars
+ * with NULL at the end).
+ */
+ char hwrm_fw_name[16];
+ /*
+ * This field represents the name of mgmt FW (ASCII chars
+ * with NULL at the end).
+ */
+ char mgmt_fw_name[16];
+ /*
+ * This field represents the name of network control
+ * firmware (ASCII chars with NULL at the end).
+ */
+ char netctrl_fw_name[16];
+ /*
+ * This field is reserved for future use.
+ * The responder should set it to 0.
+ * The requester should ignore this field.
+ */
+ uint8_t reserved2[16];
+ /*
+ * This field represents the name of RoCE FW (ASCII chars
+ * with NULL at the end).
+ */
+ char roce_fw_name[16];
+ /* This field returns the chip number. */
+ uint16_t chip_num;
+ /* This field returns the revision of chip. */
+ uint8_t chip_rev;
+ /* This field returns the chip metal number. */
+ uint8_t chip_metal;
+ /* This field returns the bond id of the chip. */
+ uint8_t chip_bond_id;
+ /* This value indicates the type of platform used for chip implementation. */
+ uint8_t chip_platform_type;
+ /* ASIC */
+ #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_CHIP_PLATFORM_TYPE_ASIC UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* FPGA platform of the chip. */
+ #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_CHIP_PLATFORM_TYPE_FPGA UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* Palladium platform of the chip. */
+ #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_CHIP_PLATFORM_TYPE_PALLADIUM UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_CHIP_PLATFORM_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_CHIP_PLATFORM_TYPE_PALLADIUM
+ /*
+ * This field returns the maximum value of request window that
+ * is supported by the HWRM. The request window is mapped
+ * into device address space using MMIO.
+ */
+ uint16_t max_req_win_len;
+ /*
+ * This field returns the maximum value of response buffer in
+ * bytes.
+ */
+ uint16_t max_resp_len;
+ /*
+ * This field returns the default request timeout value in
+ * milliseconds.
+ */
+ uint16_t def_req_timeout;
+ /*
+ * This field will indicate if any subsystems is not fully
+ * initialized.
+ */
+ uint8_t flags;
+ /*
+ * If set to 1, device is not ready.
+ * If set to 0, device is ready to accept all HWRM commands.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_FLAGS_DEV_NOT_RDY UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * If set to 1, external version present.
+ * If set to 0, external version not present.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_FLAGS_EXT_VER_AVAIL UINT32_C(0x2)
+ uint8_t unused_0[2];
+ /*
+ * For backward compatibility this field must be set to 1.
+ * Older drivers might look for this field to be 1 before
+ * processing the message.
+ */
+ uint8_t always_1;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the major version of HWRM interface
+ * specification supported by the HWRM implementation.
+ * The interface major version is intended to change only when
+ * non backward compatible changes are made to the HWRM
+ * interface specification. A HWRM implementation that is
+ * compliant with this specification shall provide value of 1
+ * in this field.
+ */
+ uint16_t hwrm_intf_major;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the minor version of HWRM interface
+ * specification supported by the HWRM implementation.
+ * A change in interface minor version is used to reflect
+ * significant backward compatible modification to HWRM
+ * interface specification. This can be due to addition or
+ * removal of functionality. HWRM interface specifications
+ * with the same major version but different minor versions are
+ * compatible. A HWRM implementation that is compliant with
+ * this specification shall provide value of 2 in this field.
+ */
+ uint16_t hwrm_intf_minor;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the update version of HWRM interface
+ * specification supported by the HWRM implementation. The
+ * interface update version is used to reflect minor changes or
+ * bug fixes to a released HWRM interface specification.
+ * A HWRM implementation that is compliant with this
+ * specification shall provide value of 2 in this field.
+ */
+ uint16_t hwrm_intf_build;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the patch version of HWRM interface
+ * specification supported by the HWRM implementation.
+ */
+ uint16_t hwrm_intf_patch;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the major version of HWRM firmware.
+ * A change in firmware major version represents a major
+ * firmware release.
+ */
+ uint16_t hwrm_fw_major;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the minor version of HWRM firmware.
+ * A change in firmware minor version represents significant
+ * firmware functionality changes.
+ */
+ uint16_t hwrm_fw_minor;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the build version of HWRM firmware.
+ * A change in firmware build version represents bug fixes to
+ * a released firmware.
+ */
+ uint16_t hwrm_fw_build;
+ /*
+ * This field is a reserved field.
+ * This field can be used to represent firmware branches or customer
+ * specific releases tied to a specific (major,minor,update) version
+ * of the HWRM firmware.
+ */
+ uint16_t hwrm_fw_patch;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the major version of mgmt firmware.
+ * A change in major version represents a major release.
+ */
+ uint16_t mgmt_fw_major;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the minor version of HWRM firmware.
+ * A change in firmware minor version represents significant
+ * firmware functionality changes.
+ */
+ uint16_t mgmt_fw_minor;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the build version of mgmt firmware.
+ * A change in update version represents bug fixes.
+ */
+ uint16_t mgmt_fw_build;
+ /*
+ * This field is a reserved field. This field can be used to
+ * represent firmware branches or customer specific releases
+ * tied to a specific (major,minor,update) version.
+ */
+ uint16_t mgmt_fw_patch;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the major version of network control
+ * firmware. A change in major version represents
+ * a major release.
+ */
+ uint16_t netctrl_fw_major;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the minor version of network control
+ * firmware. A change in minor version represents significant
+ * functionality changes.
+ */
+ uint16_t netctrl_fw_minor;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the build version of network control
+ * firmware. A change in update version represents bug fixes.
+ */
+ uint16_t netctrl_fw_build;
+ /*
+ * This field is a reserved field. This field can be used to
+ * represent firmware branches or customer specific releases
+ * tied to a specific (major,minor,update) version
+ */
+ uint16_t netctrl_fw_patch;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the major version of RoCE firmware.
+ * A change in major version represents a major release.
+ */
+ uint16_t roce_fw_major;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the minor version of RoCE firmware.
+ * A change in minor version represents significant
+ * functionality changes.
+ */
+ uint16_t roce_fw_minor;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the build version of RoCE firmware.
+ * A change in update version represents bug fixes.
+ */
+ uint16_t roce_fw_build;
+ /*
+ * This field is a reserved field. This field can be used to
+ * represent firmware branches or customer specific releases
+ * tied to a specific (major,minor,update) version
+ */
+ uint16_t roce_fw_patch;
+ /*
+ * This field returns the maximum extended request length acceptable
+ * by the device which allows requests greater than mailbox size when
+ * used with the short cmd request format.
+ */
+ uint16_t max_ext_req_len;
+ uint8_t unused_1[5];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* bd_base (size:64b/8B) */
+struct bd_base {
+ uint8_t type;
+ /* This value identifies the type of buffer descriptor. */
+ #define BD_BASE_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define BD_BASE_TYPE_SFT 0
+ /*
+ * Indicates that this BD is 16B long and is used for
+ * normal L2 packet transmission.
+ */
+ #define BD_BASE_TYPE_TX_BD_SHORT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /*
+ * Indicates that this BD is 1BB long and is an empty
+ * TX BD. Not valid for use by the driver.
+ */
+ #define BD_BASE_TYPE_TX_BD_EMPTY UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * Indicates that this BD is 16B long and is an RX Producer
+ * (ie. empty) buffer descriptor.
+ */
+ #define BD_BASE_TYPE_RX_PROD_PKT UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /*
+ * Indicates that this BD is 16B long and is an RX
+ * Producer Buffer BD.
+ */
+ #define BD_BASE_TYPE_RX_PROD_BFR UINT32_C(0x5)
+ /*
+ * Indicates that this BD is 16B long and is an
+ * RX Producer Assembly Buffer Descriptor.
+ */
+ #define BD_BASE_TYPE_RX_PROD_AGG UINT32_C(0x6)
+ /*
+ * Indicates that this BD is 32B long and is used for
+ * normal L2 packet transmission.
+ */
+ #define BD_BASE_TYPE_TX_BD_LONG UINT32_C(0x10)
+ #define BD_BASE_TYPE_LAST BD_BASE_TYPE_TX_BD_LONG
+ uint8_t unused_1[7];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* tx_bd_short (size:128b/16B) */
struct tx_bd_short {
- uint16_t flags_type;
/*
- * All bits in this field must be valid on the first BD of a
- * packet. Only the packet_end bit must be valid for the
- * remaining BDs of a packet.
+ * All bits in this field must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
+ * Only the packet_end bit must be valid for the remaining BDs
+ * of a packet.
*/
+ uint16_t flags_type;
/* This value identifies the type of buffer descriptor. */
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_TYPE_SFT 0
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_TYPE_SFT 0
/*
- * Indicates that this BD is 16B long and is
- * used for normal L2 packet transmission.
+ * Indicates that this BD is 16B long and is used for
+ * normal L2 packet transmission.
*/
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_TYPE_TX_BD_SHORT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_TYPE_TX_BD_SHORT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_TYPE_LAST TX_BD_SHORT_TYPE_TX_BD_SHORT
+ /*
+ * All bits in this field must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
+ * Only the packet_end bit must be valid for the remaining BDs
+ * of a packet.
+ */
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_SFT 6
/*
* If set to 1, the packet ends with the data in the buffer
- * pointed to by this descriptor. This flag must be valid on
- * every BD.
+ * pointed to by this descriptor. This flag must be
+ * valid on every BD.
*/
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_PACKET_END UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_PACKET_END UINT32_C(0x40)
/*
* If set to 1, the device will not generate a completion for
* this transmit packet unless there is an error in it's
- * processing. If this bit is set to 0, then the packet will be
- * completed normally. This bit must be valid only on the first
- * BD of a packet.
+ * processing.
+ * If this bit
+ * is set to 0, then the packet will be completed normally.
+ *
+ * This bit must be valid only on the first BD of a packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_NO_CMPL UINT32_C(0x80)
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_NO_CMPL UINT32_C(0x80)
/*
* This value indicates how many 16B BD locations are consumed
- * in the ring by this packet. A value of 1 indicates that this
- * BD is the only BD (and that the it is a short BD). A value of
- * 3 indicates either 3 short BDs or 1 long BD and one short BD
- * in the packet. A value of 0 indicates that there are 32 BD
- * locations in the packet (the maximum). This field is valid
- * only on the first BD of a packet.
- */
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_BD_CNT_MASK UINT32_C(0x1f00)
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_BD_CNT_SFT 8
- /*
- * This value is a hint for the length of the entire packet. It
- * is used by the chip to optimize internal processing. The
- * packet will be dropped if the hint is too short. This field
- * is valid only on the first BD of a packet.
- */
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_MASK UINT32_C(0x6000)
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_SFT 13
+ * in the ring by this packet.
+ * A value of 1 indicates that this BD is the only BD (and that
+ * the it is a short BD). A value
+ * of 3 indicates either 3 short BDs or 1 long BD and one short
+ * BD in the packet. A value of 0 indicates
+ * that there are 32 BD locations in the packet (the maximum).
+ *
+ * This field is valid only on the first BD of a packet.
+ */
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_BD_CNT_MASK UINT32_C(0x1f00)
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_BD_CNT_SFT 8
+ /*
+ * This value is a hint for the length of the entire packet.
+ * It is used by the chip to optimize internal processing.
+ *
+ * The packet will be dropped if the hint is too short.
+ *
+ * This field is valid only on the first BD of a packet.
+ */
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_MASK UINT32_C(0x6000)
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_SFT 13
/* indicates packet length < 512B */
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_LT512 (UINT32_C(0x0) << 13)
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_LT512 (UINT32_C(0x0) << 13)
/* indicates 512 <= packet length < 1KB */
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_LT1K (UINT32_C(0x1) << 13)
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_LT1K (UINT32_C(0x1) << 13)
/* indicates 1KB <= packet length < 2KB */
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_LT2K (UINT32_C(0x2) << 13)
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_LT2K (UINT32_C(0x2) << 13)
/* indicates packet length >= 2KB */
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_GTE2K (UINT32_C(0x3) << 13)
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_GTE2K (UINT32_C(0x3) << 13)
#define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_LAST \
TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_LHINT_GTE2K
/*
@@ -228,961 +1268,1111 @@ struct tx_bd_short {
* Index after the buffer associated with this descriptor has
* been transferred via DMA to NIC memory from host memory. An
* interrupt may or may not be generated according to the state
- * of the interrupt avoidance mechanisms. If this bit is set to
- * 0, then the Consumer Index is only updated as soon as one of
- * the host interrupt coalescing conditions has been met. This
- * bit must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
- */
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_COAL_NOW UINT32_C(0x8000)
- /*
- * All bits in this field must be valid on the first BD of a
- * packet. Only the packet_end bit must be valid for the
- * remaining BDs of a packet.
+ * of the interrupt avoidance mechanisms. If this bit
+ * is set to 0, then the Consumer Index is only updated as soon
+ * as one of the host interrupt coalescing conditions has been met.
+ *
+ * This bit must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
- #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_SFT 6
- uint16_t len;
+ #define TX_BD_SHORT_FLAGS_COAL_NOW UINT32_C(0x8000)
/*
- * This is the length of the host physical buffer this BD
- * describes in bytes. This field must be valid on all BDs of a
- * packet.
+ * This is the length of the host physical buffer this BD describes
+ * in bytes.
+ *
+ * This field must be valid on all BDs of a packet.
*/
- uint32_t opaque;
+ uint16_t len;
/*
- * The opaque data field is pass through to the completion and
- * can be used for any data that the driver wants to associate
- * with the transmit BD. This field must be valid on the first
- * BD of a packet.
+ * The opaque data field is pass through to the completion and can be
+ * used for any data that the driver wants to associate with the
+ * transmit BD.
+ *
+ * This field must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
*/
- uint64_t addr;
+ uint32_t opaque;
/*
- * This is the host physical address for the portion of the
- * packet described by this TX BD. This value must be valid on
- * all BDs of a packet.
+ * This is the host physical address for the portion of the packet
+ * described by this TX BD.
+ *
+ * This value must be valid on all BDs of a packet.
*/
+ uint64_t address;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Long TX BD (32 bytes split to 2 16-byte struct) */
+/* tx_bd_long (size:128b/16B) */
struct tx_bd_long {
- uint16_t flags_type;
+ /* This value identifies the type of buffer descriptor. */
+ uint16_t flags_type;
/*
- * All bits in this field must be valid on the first BD of a
- * packet. Only the packet_end bit must be valid for the
- * remaining BDs of a packet.
+ * This value indicates the type of buffer descriptor.
+ * packet.
*/
- /* This value identifies the type of buffer descriptor. */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
- #define TX_BD_LONG_TYPE_SFT 0
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_TYPE_SFT 0
+ /*
+ * Indicates that this BD is 32B long and is used for
+ * normal L2 packet transmission.
+ */
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_TYPE_TX_BD_LONG UINT32_C(0x10)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_TYPE_LAST TX_BD_LONG_TYPE_TX_BD_LONG
/*
- * Indicates that this BD is 32B long and is
- * used for normal L2 packet transmission.
+ * All bits in this field must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
+ * Only the packet_end bit must be valid for the remaining BDs
+ * of a packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_TYPE_TX_BD_LONG UINT32_C(0x10)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_SFT 6
/*
* If set to 1, the packet ends with the data in the buffer
- * pointed to by this descriptor. This flag must be valid on
- * every BD.
+ * pointed to by this descriptor. This flag must be
+ * valid on every BD.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_PACKET_END UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_PACKET_END UINT32_C(0x40)
/*
* If set to 1, the device will not generate a completion for
* this transmit packet unless there is an error in it's
- * processing. If this bit is set to 0, then the packet will be
- * completed normally. This bit must be valid only on the first
- * BD of a packet.
+ * processing.
+ * If this bit
+ * is set to 0, then the packet will be completed normally.
+ *
+ * This bit must be valid only on the first BD of a packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_NO_CMPL UINT32_C(0x80)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_NO_CMPL UINT32_C(0x80)
/*
* This value indicates how many 16B BD locations are consumed
- * in the ring by this packet. A value of 1 indicates that this
- * BD is the only BD (and that the it is a short BD). A value of
- * 3 indicates either 3 short BDs or 1 long BD and one short BD
- * in the packet. A value of 0 indicates that there are 32 BD
- * locations in the packet (the maximum). This field is valid
- * only on the first BD of a packet.
- */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_BD_CNT_MASK UINT32_C(0x1f00)
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_BD_CNT_SFT 8
- /*
- * This value is a hint for the length of the entire packet. It
- * is used by the chip to optimize internal processing. The
- * packet will be dropped if the hint is too short. This field
- * is valid only on the first BD of a packet.
- */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_MASK UINT32_C(0x6000)
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_SFT 13
+ * in the ring by this packet.
+ * A value of 1 indicates that this BD is the only BD (and that
+ * the it is a short BD). A value
+ * of 3 indicates either 3 short BDs or 1 long BD and one short
+ * BD in the packet. A value of 0 indicates
+ * that there are 32 BD locations in the packet (the maximum).
+ *
+ * This field is valid only on the first BD of a packet.
+ */
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_BD_CNT_MASK UINT32_C(0x1f00)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_BD_CNT_SFT 8
+ /*
+ * This value is a hint for the length of the entire packet.
+ * It is used by the chip to optimize internal processing.
+ *
+ * The packet will be dropped if the hint is too short.
+ *
+ * This field is valid only on the first BD of a packet.
+ */
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_MASK UINT32_C(0x6000)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_SFT 13
/* indicates packet length < 512B */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_LT512 (UINT32_C(0x0) << 13)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_LT512 (UINT32_C(0x0) << 13)
/* indicates 512 <= packet length < 1KB */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_LT1K (UINT32_C(0x1) << 13)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_LT1K (UINT32_C(0x1) << 13)
/* indicates 1KB <= packet length < 2KB */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_LT2K (UINT32_C(0x2) << 13)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_LT2K (UINT32_C(0x2) << 13)
/* indicates packet length >= 2KB */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_GTE2K (UINT32_C(0x3) << 13)
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_LAST \
- TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_GTE2K
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_GTE2K (UINT32_C(0x3) << 13)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_LAST TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_LHINT_GTE2K
/*
* If set to 1, the device immediately updates the Send Consumer
* Index after the buffer associated with this descriptor has
* been transferred via DMA to NIC memory from host memory. An
* interrupt may or may not be generated according to the state
- * of the interrupt avoidance mechanisms. If this bit is set to
- * 0, then the Consumer Index is only updated as soon as one of
- * the host interrupt coalescing conditions has been met. This
- * bit must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
- */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_COAL_NOW UINT32_C(0x8000)
- /*
- * All bits in this field must be valid on the first BD of a
- * packet. Only the packet_end bit must be valid for the
- * remaining BDs of a packet.
+ * of the interrupt avoidance mechanisms. If this bit
+ * is set to 0, then the Consumer Index is only updated as soon
+ * as one of the host interrupt coalescing conditions has been met.
+ *
+ * This bit must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
- #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_SFT 6
- uint16_t len;
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_FLAGS_COAL_NOW UINT32_C(0x8000)
/*
- * This is the length of the host physical buffer this BD
- * describes in bytes. This field must be valid on all BDs of a
- * packet.
+ * This is the length of the host physical buffer this BD describes
+ * in bytes.
+ *
+ * This field must be valid on all BDs of a packet.
*/
- uint32_t opaque;
+ uint16_t len;
/*
- * The opaque data field is pass through to the completion and
- * can be used for any data that the driver wants to associate
- * with the transmit BD. This field must be valid on the first
- * BD of a packet.
+ * The opaque data field is pass through to the completion and can be
+ * used for any data that the driver wants to associate with the
+ * transmit BD.
+ *
+ * This field must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
*/
- uint64_t addr;
+ uint32_t opaque;
/*
- * This is the host physical address for the portion of the
- * packet described by this TX BD. This value must be valid on
- * all BDs of a packet.
+ * This is the host physical address for the portion of the packet
+ * described by this TX BD.
+ *
+ * This value must be valid on all BDs of a packet.
*/
+ uint64_t address;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* last 16 bytes of Long TX BD */
+/* tx_bd_long_hi (size:128b/16B) */
struct tx_bd_long_hi {
- uint16_t lflags;
/*
- * All bits in this field must be valid on the first BD of a
- * packet. Their value on other BDs of the packet will be
- * ignored.
+ * All bits in this field must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
+ * Their value on other BDs of the packet will be ignored.
*/
+ uint16_t lflags;
/*
* If set to 1, the controller replaces the TCP/UPD checksum
* fields of normal TCP/UPD checksum, or the inner TCP/UDP
* checksum field of the encapsulated TCP/UDP packets with the
- * hardware calculated TCP/UDP checksum for the packet
- * associated with this descriptor. The flag is ignored if the
- * LSO flag is set. This bit must be valid on the first BD of a
- * packet.
+ * hardware calculated TCP/UDP checksum for the packet associated
+ * with this descriptor. The flag is ignored if the LSO flag is set.
+ *
+ * This bit must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_TCP_UDP_CHKSUM UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_TCP_UDP_CHKSUM UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * If set to 1, the controller replaces the IP checksum of the
+ * If set to 1, the controller replaces the IP checksum of the
* normal packets, or the inner IP checksum of the encapsulated
* packets with the hardware calculated IP checksum for the
- * packet associated with this descriptor. This bit must be
- * valid on the first BD of a packet.
+ * packet associated with this descriptor.
+ *
+ * This bit must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_IP_CHKSUM UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_IP_CHKSUM UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
* If set to 1, the controller will not append an Ethernet CRC
- * to the end of the frame. This bit must be valid on the first
- * BD of a packet. Packet must be 64B or longer when this flag
- * is set. It is not useful to use this bit with any form of TX
- * offload such as CSO or LSO. The intent is that the packet
- * from the host already has a valid Ethernet CRC on the packet.
+ * to the end of the frame.
+ *
+ * This bit must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
+ *
+ * Packet must be 64B or longer when this flag is set. It is not
+ * useful to use this bit with any form of TX offload such as
+ * CSO or LSO. The intent is that the packet from the host already
+ * has a valid Ethernet CRC on the packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_NOCRC UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_NOCRC UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
- * If set to 1, the device will record the time at which the
- * packet was actually transmitted at the TX MAC. This bit must
- * be valid on the first BD of a packet.
+ * If set to 1, the device will record the time at which the packet
+ * was actually transmitted at the TX MAC.
+ *
+ * This bit must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_STAMP UINT32_C(0x8)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_STAMP UINT32_C(0x8)
/*
* If set to 1, The controller replaces the tunnel IP checksum
* field with hardware calculated IP checksum for the IP header
- * of the packet associated with this descriptor. For outer UDP
- * checksum, global outer UDP checksum TE_NIC register needs to
- * be enabled. If the global outer UDP checksum TE_NIC register
- * bit is set, outer UDP checksum will be calculated for the
- * following cases: 1. Packets with tcp_udp_chksum flag set to
- * offload checksum for inner packet AND the inner packet is
- * TCP/UDP. If the inner packet is ICMP for example (non-
- * TCP/UDP), even if the tcp_udp_chksum is set, the outer UDP
- * checksum will not be calculated. 2. Packets with lso flag set
- * which implies inner TCP checksum calculation as part of LSO
- * operation.
- */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_T_IP_CHKSUM UINT32_C(0x10)
- /*
- * If set to 1, the device will treat this packet with LSO(Large
+ * of the packet associated with this descriptor.
+ *
+ * For outer UDP checksum, global outer UDP checksum TE_NIC register
+ * needs to be enabled. If the global outer UDP checksum TE_NIC register
+ * bit is set, outer UDP checksum will be calculated for the following
+ * cases:
+ * 1. Packets with tcp_udp_chksum flag set to offload checksum for inner
+ * packet AND the inner packet is TCP/UDP. If the inner packet is ICMP for
+ * example (non-TCP/UDP), even if the tcp_udp_chksum is set, the outer UDP
+ * checksum will not be calculated.
+ * 2. Packets with lso flag set which implies inner TCP checksum calculation
+ * as part of LSO operation.
+ */
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_T_IP_CHKSUM UINT32_C(0x10)
+ /*
+ * If set to 1, the device will treat this packet with LSO(Large
* Send Offload) processing for both normal or encapsulated
- * packets, which is a form of TCP segmentation. When this bit
+ * packets, which is a form of TCP segmentation. When this bit
* is 1, the hdr_size and mss fields must be valid. The driver
- * doesn't need to set t_ip_chksum, ip_chksum, and
- * tcp_udp_chksum flags since the controller will replace the
- * appropriate checksum fields for segmented packets. When this
- * bit is 1, the hdr_size and mss fields must be valid.
+ * doesn't need to set t_ip_chksum, ip_chksum, and tcp_udp_chksum
+ * flags since the controller will replace the appropriate
+ * checksum fields for segmented packets.
+ *
+ * When this bit is 1, the hdr_size and mss fields must be valid.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_LSO UINT32_C(0x20)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_LSO UINT32_C(0x20)
/*
* If set to zero when LSO is '1', then the IPID will be treated
* as a 16b number and will be wrapped if it exceeds a value of
- * 0xffff. If set to one when LSO is '1', then the IPID will be
- * treated as a 15b number and will be wrapped if it exceeds a
- * value 0f 0x7fff.
+ * 0xffff.
+ *
+ * If set to one when LSO is '1', then the IPID will be treated
+ * as a 15b number and will be wrapped if it exceeds a value 0f
+ * 0x7fff.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_IPID_FMT UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_IPID_FMT UINT32_C(0x40)
/*
* If set to zero when LSO is '1', then the IPID of the tunnel
- * IP header will not be modified during LSO operations. If set
- * to one when LSO is '1', then the IPID of the tunnel IP header
- * will be incremented for each subsequent segment of an LSO
- * operation. The flag is ignored if the LSO packet is a normal
- * (non-tunneled) TCP packet.
+ * IP header will not be modified during LSO operations.
+ *
+ * If set to one when LSO is '1', then the IPID of the tunnel
+ * IP header will be incremented for each subsequent segment of an
+ * LSO operation.
+ *
+ * The flag is ignored if the LSO packet is a normal (non-tunneled)
+ * TCP packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_T_IPID UINT32_C(0x80)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_T_IPID UINT32_C(0x80)
/*
* If set to '1', then the RoCE ICRC will be appended to the
- * packet. Packet must be a valid RoCE format packet.
+ * packet. Packet must be a valid RoCE format packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_ROCE_CRC UINT32_C(0x100)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_ROCE_CRC UINT32_C(0x100)
/*
* If set to '1', then the FCoE CRC will be appended to the
- * packet. Packet must be a valid FCoE format packet.
+ * packet. Packet must be a valid FCoE format packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_FCOE_CRC UINT32_C(0x200)
- uint16_t hdr_size;
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_LFLAGS_FCOE_CRC UINT32_C(0x200)
+ uint16_t hdr_size;
/*
* When LSO is '1', this field must contain the offset of the
- * TCP payload from the beginning of the packet in as 16b words.
- * In case of encapsulated/tunneling packet, this field contains
- * the offset of the inner TCP payload from beginning of the
- * packet as 16-bit words. This value must be valid on the first
- * BD of a packet.
+ * TCP payload from the beginning of the packet in as
+ * 16b words. In case of encapsulated/tunneling packet, this field
+ * contains the offset of the inner TCP payload from beginning of the
+ * packet as 16-bit words.
+ *
+ * This value must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_HDR_SIZE_MASK UINT32_C(0x1ff)
- #define TX_BD_LONG_HDR_SIZE_SFT 0
- uint32_t mss;
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_HDR_SIZE_MASK UINT32_C(0x1ff)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_HDR_SIZE_SFT 0
+ uint32_t mss;
/*
- * This is the MSS value that will be used to do the LSO
- * processing. The value is the length in bytes of the TCP
- * payload for each segment generated by the LSO operation. This
- * value must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
+ * This is the MSS value that will be used to do the LSO processing.
+ * The value is the length in bytes of the TCP payload for each
+ * segment generated by the LSO operation.
+ *
+ * This value must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_MSS_MASK UINT32_C(0x7fff)
- #define TX_BD_LONG_MSS_SFT 0
- uint16_t unused_2;
- uint16_t cfa_action;
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_MSS_MASK UINT32_C(0x7fff)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_MSS_SFT 0
+ uint16_t unused2;
/*
- * This value selects a CFA action to perform on the packet. Set
- * this value to zero if no CFA action is desired. This value
- * must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
+ * This value selects a CFA action to perform on the packet.
+ * Set this value to zero if no CFA action is desired.
+ *
+ * This value must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
*/
- uint32_t cfa_meta;
+ uint16_t cfa_action;
/*
- * This value is action meta-data that defines CFA edit
- * operations that are done in addition to any action editing.
+ * This value is action meta-data that defines CFA edit operations
+ * that are done in addition to any action editing.
*/
+ uint32_t cfa_meta;
/* When key=1, This is the VLAN tag VID value. */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_VID_MASK UINT32_C(0xfff)
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_VID_SFT 0
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_VID_MASK UINT32_C(0xfff)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_VID_SFT 0
/* When key=1, This is the VLAN tag DE value. */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_DE UINT32_C(0x1000)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_DE UINT32_C(0x1000)
/* When key=1, This is the VLAN tag PRI value. */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_PRI_MASK UINT32_C(0xe000)
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_PRI_SFT 13
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_PRI_MASK UINT32_C(0xe000)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_PRI_SFT 13
/* When key=1, This is the VLAN tag TPID select value. */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_MASK UINT32_C(0x70000)
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_SFT 16
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_MASK UINT32_C(0x70000)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_SFT 16
/* 0x88a8 */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_TPID88A8 (UINT32_C(0x0) << 16)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_TPID88A8 (UINT32_C(0x0) << 16)
/* 0x8100 */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_TPID8100 (UINT32_C(0x1) << 16)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_TPID8100 (UINT32_C(0x1) << 16)
/* 0x9100 */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_TPID9100 (UINT32_C(0x2) << 16)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_TPID9100 (UINT32_C(0x2) << 16)
/* 0x9200 */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_TPID9200 (UINT32_C(0x3) << 16)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_TPID9200 (UINT32_C(0x3) << 16)
/* 0x9300 */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_TPID9300 (UINT32_C(0x4) << 16)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_TPID9300 (UINT32_C(0x4) << 16)
/* Value programmed in CFA VLANTPID register. */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_TPIDCFG (UINT32_C(0x5) << 16)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_TPIDCFG (UINT32_C(0x5) << 16)
#define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_LAST \
TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_TPID_TPIDCFG
/* When key=1, This is the VLAN tag TPID select value. */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_RESERVED_MASK UINT32_C(0xff80000)
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_RESERVED_SFT 19
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_RESERVED_MASK UINT32_C(0xff80000)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_VLAN_RESERVED_SFT 19
/*
- * This field identifies the type of edit to be performed on the
- * packet. This value must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
+ * This field identifies the type of edit to be performed
+ * on the packet.
+ *
+ * This value must be valid on the first BD of a packet.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_KEY_MASK UINT32_C(0xf0000000)
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_KEY_SFT 28
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_KEY_MASK UINT32_C(0xf0000000)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_KEY_SFT 28
/* No editing */
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_KEY_NONE (UINT32_C(0x0) << 28)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_KEY_NONE (UINT32_C(0x0) << 28)
/*
- * - meta[17:16] - TPID select value (0 =
- * 0x8100). - meta[15:12] - PRI/DE value. -
- * meta[11:0] - VID value.
+ * - meta[17:16] - TPID select value (0 = 0x8100).
+ * - meta[15:12] - PRI/DE value.
+ * - meta[11:0] - VID value.
*/
- #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_KEY_VLAN_TAG (UINT32_C(0x1) << 28)
+ #define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_KEY_VLAN_TAG (UINT32_C(0x1) << 28)
#define TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_KEY_LAST \
TX_BD_LONG_CFA_META_KEY_VLAN_TAG
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* RX Producer Packet BD (16 bytes) */
+/* tx_bd_empty (size:128b/16B) */
+struct tx_bd_empty {
+ /* This value identifies the type of buffer descriptor. */
+ uint8_t type;
+ #define TX_BD_EMPTY_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define TX_BD_EMPTY_TYPE_SFT 0
+ /*
+ * Indicates that this BD is 1BB long and is an empty
+ * TX BD. Not valid for use by the driver.
+ */
+ #define TX_BD_EMPTY_TYPE_TX_BD_EMPTY UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define TX_BD_EMPTY_TYPE_LAST TX_BD_EMPTY_TYPE_TX_BD_EMPTY
+ uint8_t unused_1[3];
+ uint8_t unused_2;
+ uint8_t unused_3[3];
+ uint8_t unused_4[8];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* rx_prod_pkt_bd (size:128b/16B) */
struct rx_prod_pkt_bd {
- uint16_t flags_type;
/* This value identifies the type of buffer descriptor. */
- #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
- #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_TYPE_SFT 0
+ uint16_t flags_type;
+ /* This value identifies the type of buffer descriptor. */
+ #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_TYPE_SFT 0
/*
- * Indicates that this BD is 16B long and is an
- * RX Producer (ie. empty) buffer descriptor.
+ * Indicates that this BD is 16B long and is an RX Producer
+ * (ie. empty) buffer descriptor.
*/
- #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_TYPE_RX_PROD_PKT UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_TYPE_RX_PROD_PKT UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_TYPE_LAST \
+ RX_PROD_PKT_BD_TYPE_RX_PROD_PKT
+ #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
+ #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_FLAGS_SFT 6
/*
* If set to 1, the packet will be placed at the address plus
- * 2B. The 2 Bytes of padding will be written as zero.
- */
- /*
- * This is intended to be used when the host buffer is cache-
- * line aligned to produce packets that are easy to parse in
- * host memory while still allowing writes to be cache line
- * aligned.
+ * 2B. The 2 Bytes of padding will be written as zero.
*/
- #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_FLAGS_SOP_PAD UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_FLAGS_SOP_PAD UINT32_C(0x40)
/*
* If set to 1, the packet write will be padded out to the
* nearest cache-line with zero value padding.
*/
+ #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_FLAGS_EOP_PAD UINT32_C(0x80)
/*
- * If receive buffers start/end on cache-line boundaries, this
- * feature will ensure that all data writes on the PCI bus
- * start/end on cache line boundaries.
+ * This value is the number of additional buffers in the ring that
+ * describe the buffer space to be consumed for the this packet.
+ * If the value is zero, then the packet must fit within the
+ * space described by this BD. If this value is 1 or more, it
+ * indicates how many additional "buffer" BDs are in the ring
+ * immediately following this BD to be used for the same
+ * network packet.
+ *
+ * Even if the packet to be placed does not need all the
+ * additional buffers, they will be consumed anyway.
*/
- #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_FLAGS_EOP_PAD UINT32_C(0x80)
+ #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_FLAGS_BUFFERS_MASK UINT32_C(0x300)
+ #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_FLAGS_BUFFERS_SFT 8
/*
- * This value is the number of additional buffers in the ring
- * that describe the buffer space to be consumed for the this
- * packet. If the value is zero, then the packet must fit within
- * the space described by this BD. If this value is 1 or more,
- * it indicates how many additional "buffer" BDs are in the ring
- * immediately following this BD to be used for the same network
- * packet. Even if the packet to be placed does not need all the
- * additional buffers, they will be consumed anyway.
+ * This is the length in Bytes of the host physical buffer where
+ * data for the packet may be placed in host memory.
*/
- #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_FLAGS_BUFFERS_MASK UINT32_C(0x300)
- #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_FLAGS_BUFFERS_SFT 8
- #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
- #define RX_PROD_PKT_BD_FLAGS_SFT 6
- uint16_t len;
+ uint16_t len;
+ /*
+ * The opaque data field is pass through to the completion and can be
+ * used for any data that the driver wants to associate with this
+ * receive buffer set.
+ */
+ uint32_t opaque;
+ /*
+ * This is the host physical address where data for the packet may
+ * by placed in host memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t address;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* rx_prod_bfr_bd (size:128b/16B) */
+struct rx_prod_bfr_bd {
+ /* This value identifies the type of buffer descriptor. */
+ uint16_t flags_type;
+ /* This value identifies the type of buffer descriptor. */
+ #define RX_PROD_BFR_BD_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define RX_PROD_BFR_BD_TYPE_SFT 0
+ /*
+ * Indicates that this BD is 16B long and is an RX
+ * Producer Buffer BD.
+ */
+ #define RX_PROD_BFR_BD_TYPE_RX_PROD_BFR UINT32_C(0x5)
+ #define RX_PROD_BFR_BD_TYPE_LAST RX_PROD_BFR_BD_TYPE_RX_PROD_BFR
+ #define RX_PROD_BFR_BD_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
+ #define RX_PROD_BFR_BD_FLAGS_SFT 6
/*
* This is the length in Bytes of the host physical buffer where
* data for the packet may be placed in host memory.
*/
+ uint16_t len;
+ /* This field is not used. */
+ uint32_t opaque;
+ /*
+ * This is the host physical address where data for the packet may
+ * by placed in host memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t address;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* rx_prod_agg_bd (size:128b/16B) */
+struct rx_prod_agg_bd {
+ /* This value identifies the type of buffer descriptor. */
+ uint16_t flags_type;
+ /* This value identifies the type of buffer descriptor. */
+ #define RX_PROD_AGG_BD_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define RX_PROD_AGG_BD_TYPE_SFT 0
+ /*
+ * Indicates that this BD is 16B long and is an
+ * RX Producer Assembly Buffer Descriptor.
+ */
+ #define RX_PROD_AGG_BD_TYPE_RX_PROD_AGG UINT32_C(0x6)
+ #define RX_PROD_AGG_BD_TYPE_LAST \
+ RX_PROD_AGG_BD_TYPE_RX_PROD_AGG
+ #define RX_PROD_AGG_BD_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
+ #define RX_PROD_AGG_BD_FLAGS_SFT 6
/*
- * While this is a Byte resolution value, it is often
- * advantageous to ensure that the buffers provided end on a
- * host cache line.
+ * If set to 1, the packet write will be padded out to the
+ * nearest cache-line with zero value padding.
*/
- uint32_t opaque;
+ #define RX_PROD_AGG_BD_FLAGS_EOP_PAD UINT32_C(0x40)
/*
- * The opaque data field is pass through to the completion and
- * can be used for any data that the driver wants to associate
- * with this receive buffer set.
+ * This is the length in Bytes of the host physical buffer where
+ * data for the packet may be placed in host memory.
*/
- uint64_t addr;
+ uint16_t len;
/*
- * This is the host physical address where data for the packet
- * may by placed in host memory.
+ * The opaque data field is pass through to the completion and can be
+ * used for any data that the driver wants to associate with this
+ * receive assembly buffer.
*/
+ uint32_t opaque;
/*
- * While this is a Byte resolution value, it is often
- * advantageous to ensure that the buffers provide start on a
- * host cache line.
+ * This is the host physical address where data for the packet may
+ * by placed in host memory.
*/
+ uint64_t address;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Completion Ring Structures */
-/* Note: This structure is used by the HWRM to communicate HWRM Error. */
-/* Base Completion Record (16 bytes) */
+/* cmpl_base (size:128b/16B) */
struct cmpl_base {
- uint16_t type;
- /* unused is 10 b */
+ uint16_t type;
+ /*
+ * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+ * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+ * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+ * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+ * records.
+ */
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_SFT 0
/*
- * This field indicates the exact type of the completion. By
- * convention, the LSB identifies the length of the record in
- * 16B units. Even values indicate 16B records. Odd values
- * indicate 32B records.
+ * TX L2 completion:
+ * Completion of TX packet. Length = 16B
*/
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_SFT 0
- /* TX L2 completion: Completion of TX packet. Length = 16B */
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_TX_L2 UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_TX_L2 UINT32_C(0x0)
/*
- * RX L2 completion: Completion of and L2 RX
- * packet. Length = 32B
+ * RX L2 completion:
+ * Completion of and L2 RX packet. Length = 32B
*/
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_RX_L2 UINT32_C(0x11)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_RX_L2 UINT32_C(0x11)
/*
- * RX Aggregation Buffer completion : Completion
- * of an L2 aggregation buffer in support of
- * TPA, HDS, or Jumbo packet completion. Length
- * = 16B
+ * RX Aggregation Buffer completion :
+ * Completion of an L2 aggregation buffer in support of
+ * TPA, HDS, or Jumbo packet completion. Length = 16B
*/
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_RX_AGG UINT32_C(0x12)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_RX_AGG UINT32_C(0x12)
/*
- * RX L2 TPA Start Completion: Completion at the
- * beginning of a TPA operation. Length = 32B
+ * RX L2 TPA Start Completion:
+ * Completion at the beginning of a TPA operation.
+ * Length = 32B
*/
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_RX_TPA_START UINT32_C(0x13)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_RX_TPA_START UINT32_C(0x13)
/*
- * RX L2 TPA End Completion: Completion at the
- * end of a TPA operation. Length = 32B
+ * RX L2 TPA End Completion:
+ * Completion at the end of a TPA operation.
+ * Length = 32B
*/
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_RX_TPA_END UINT32_C(0x15)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_RX_TPA_END UINT32_C(0x15)
/*
- * Statistics Ejection Completion: Completion of
- * statistics data ejection buffer. Length = 16B
+ * Statistics Ejection Completion:
+ * Completion of statistics data ejection buffer.
+ * Length = 16B
*/
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_STAT_EJECT UINT32_C(0x1a)
- /* HWRM Command Completion: Completion of an HWRM command. */
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_HWRM_DONE UINT32_C(0x20)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_STAT_EJECT UINT32_C(0x1a)
+ /*
+ * HWRM Command Completion:
+ * Completion of an HWRM command.
+ */
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_HWRM_DONE UINT32_C(0x20)
/* Forwarded HWRM Request */
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_HWRM_FWD_REQ UINT32_C(0x22)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_HWRM_FWD_REQ UINT32_C(0x22)
/* Forwarded HWRM Response */
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_HWRM_FWD_RESP UINT32_C(0x24)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_HWRM_FWD_RESP UINT32_C(0x24)
/* HWRM Asynchronous Event Information */
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT UINT32_C(0x2e)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT UINT32_C(0x2e)
/* CQ Notification */
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_CQ_NOTIFICATION UINT32_C(0x30)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_CQ_NOTIFICATION UINT32_C(0x30)
/* SRQ Threshold Event */
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_SRQ_EVENT UINT32_C(0x32)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_SRQ_EVENT UINT32_C(0x32)
/* DBQ Threshold Event */
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_DBQ_EVENT UINT32_C(0x34)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_DBQ_EVENT UINT32_C(0x34)
/* QP Async Notification */
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_QP_EVENT UINT32_C(0x38)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_QP_EVENT UINT32_C(0x38)
/* Function Async Notification */
- #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_FUNC_EVENT UINT32_C(0x3a)
- /* unused is 10 b */
- uint16_t info1;
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_FUNC_EVENT UINT32_C(0x3a)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_TYPE_LAST CMPL_BASE_TYPE_FUNC_EVENT
/* info1 is 16 b */
- uint32_t info2;
+ uint16_t info1;
/* info2 is 32 b */
- uint32_t info3_v;
- /* info3 is 31 b */
- /*
- * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be
- * different for each pass through the completion queue. The
- * even passes will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
- */
- #define CMPL_BASE_V UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* info3 is 31 b */
- #define CMPL_BASE_INFO3_MASK UINT32_C(0xfffffffe)
- #define CMPL_BASE_INFO3_SFT 1
- uint32_t info4;
+ uint32_t info2;
+ /*
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ */
+ uint32_t info3_v;
+ #define CMPL_BASE_V UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_INFO3_MASK UINT32_C(0xfffffffe)
+ #define CMPL_BASE_INFO3_SFT 1
/* info4 is 32 b */
+ uint32_t info4;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* TX Completion Record (16 bytes) */
+/* tx_cmpl (size:128b/16B) */
struct tx_cmpl {
- uint16_t flags_type;
+ uint16_t flags_type;
/*
- * This field indicates the exact type of the completion. By
- * convention, the LSB identifies the length of the record in
- * 16B units. Even values indicate 16B records. Odd values
- * indicate 32B records.
+ * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+ * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+ * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+ * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+ * records.
*/
- #define TX_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
- #define TX_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
- /* TX L2 completion: Completion of TX packet. Length = 16B */
- #define TX_CMPL_TYPE_TX_L2 UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define TX_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define TX_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
/*
- * When this bit is '1', it indicates a packet that has an error
- * of some type. Type of error is indicated in error_flags.
+ * TX L2 completion:
+ * Completion of TX packet. Length = 16B
*/
- #define TX_CMPL_FLAGS_ERROR UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define TX_CMPL_TYPE_TX_L2 UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define TX_CMPL_TYPE_LAST TX_CMPL_TYPE_TX_L2
+ #define TX_CMPL_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
+ #define TX_CMPL_FLAGS_SFT 6
+ /*
+ * When this bit is '1', it indicates a packet that has an
+ * error of some type. Type of error is indicated in
+ * error_flags.
+ */
+ #define TX_CMPL_FLAGS_ERROR UINT32_C(0x40)
/*
* When this bit is '1', it indicates that the packet completed
- * was transmitted using the push acceleration data provided by
- * the driver. When this bit is '0', it indicates that the
+ * was transmitted using the push acceleration data provided
+ * by the driver. When this bit is '0', it indicates that the
* packet had not push acceleration data written or was executed
* as a normal packet even though push data was provided.
*/
- #define TX_CMPL_FLAGS_PUSH UINT32_C(0x80)
- #define TX_CMPL_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
- #define TX_CMPL_FLAGS_SFT 6
- uint16_t unused_0;
+ #define TX_CMPL_FLAGS_PUSH UINT32_C(0x80)
/* unused1 is 16 b */
- uint32_t opaque;
+ uint16_t unused_0;
/*
- * This is a copy of the opaque field from the first TX BD of
- * this transmitted packet.
+ * This is a copy of the opaque field from the first TX BD of this
+ * transmitted packet.
*/
- uint16_t errors_v;
+ uint32_t opaque;
+ uint16_t errors_v;
/*
- * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be
- * different for each pass through the completion queue. The
- * even passes will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
*/
- #define TX_CMPL_V UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define TX_CMPL_V UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_MASK UINT32_C(0xfffe)
+ #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_SFT 1
/*
- * This error indicates that there was some sort of problem with
- * the BDs for the packet.
+ * This error indicates that there was some sort of problem
+ * with the BDs for the packet.
*/
- #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_MASK UINT32_C(0xe)
- #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_SFT 1
+ #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_MASK UINT32_C(0xe)
+ #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_SFT 1
/* No error */
- #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_NO_ERROR (UINT32_C(0x0) << 1)
- /* Bad Format: BDs were not formatted correctly. */
- #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_BAD_FMT (UINT32_C(0x2) << 1)
+ #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_NO_ERROR (UINT32_C(0x0) << 1)
+ /*
+ * Bad Format:
+ * BDs were not formatted correctly.
+ */
+ #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_BAD_FMT (UINT32_C(0x2) << 1)
#define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_LAST \
TX_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_BAD_FMT
/*
- * When this bit is '1', it indicates that the length of the
- * packet was zero. No packet was transmitted.
+ * When this bit is '1', it indicates that the length of
+ * the packet was zero. No packet was transmitted.
*/
- #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_ZERO_LENGTH_PKT UINT32_C(0x10)
+ #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_ZERO_LENGTH_PKT UINT32_C(0x10)
/*
- * When this bit is '1', it indicates that the packet was longer
- * than the programmed limit in TDI. No packet was transmitted.
+ * When this bit is '1', it indicates that the packet
+ * was longer than the programmed limit in TDI. No
+ * packet was transmitted.
*/
- #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_EXCESSIVE_BD_LENGTH UINT32_C(0x20)
+ #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_EXCESSIVE_BD_LENGTH UINT32_C(0x20)
/*
* When this bit is '1', it indicates that one or more of the
- * BDs associated with this packet generated a PCI error. This
- * probably means the address was not valid.
+ * BDs associated with this packet generated a PCI error.
+ * This probably means the address was not valid.
*/
- #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_DMA_ERROR UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_DMA_ERROR UINT32_C(0x40)
/*
* When this bit is '1', it indicates that the packet was longer
- * than indicated by the hint. No packet was transmitted.
+ * than indicated by the hint. No packet was transmitted.
*/
- #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_HINT_TOO_SHORT UINT32_C(0x80)
+ #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_HINT_TOO_SHORT UINT32_C(0x80)
/*
* When this bit is '1', it indicates that the packet was
- * dropped due to Poison TLP error on one or more of the TLPs in
- * the PXP completion.
+ * dropped due to Poison TLP error on one or more of the
+ * TLPs in the PXP completion.
*/
- #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_POISON_TLP_ERROR UINT32_C(0x100)
- #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_MASK UINT32_C(0xfffe)
- #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_SFT 1
- uint16_t unused_1;
+ #define TX_CMPL_ERRORS_POISON_TLP_ERROR UINT32_C(0x100)
/* unused2 is 16 b */
- uint32_t unused_2;
+ uint16_t unused_1;
/* unused3 is 32 b */
+ uint32_t unused_2;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* RX Packet Completion Record (32 bytes split to 2 16-byte struct) */
+/* rx_pkt_cmpl (size:128b/16B) */
struct rx_pkt_cmpl {
- uint16_t flags_type;
+ uint16_t flags_type;
/*
- * This field indicates the exact type of the completion. By
- * convention, the LSB identifies the length of the record in
- * 16B units. Even values indicate 16B records. Odd values
- * indicate 32B records.
+ * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+ * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+ * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+ * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+ * records.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
/*
- * RX L2 completion: Completion of and L2 RX
- * packet. Length = 32B
+ * RX L2 completion:
+ * Completion of and L2 RX packet. Length = 32B
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_TYPE_RX_L2 UINT32_C(0x11)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_TYPE_RX_L2 UINT32_C(0x11)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_TYPE_LAST RX_PKT_CMPL_TYPE_RX_L2
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_SFT 6
/*
- * When this bit is '1', it indicates a packet that has an error
- * of some type. Type of error is indicated in error_flags.
+ * When this bit is '1', it indicates a packet that has an
+ * error of some type. Type of error is indicated in
+ * error_flags.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ERROR UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ERROR UINT32_C(0x40)
/* This field indicates how the packet was placed in the buffer. */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_MASK UINT32_C(0x380)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_SFT 7
- /* Normal: Packet was placed using normal algorithm. */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_NORMAL (UINT32_C(0x0) << 7)
- /* Jumbo: Packet was placed using jumbo algorithm. */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_JUMBO (UINT32_C(0x1) << 7)
- /*
- * Header/Data Separation: Packet was placed
- * using Header/Data separation algorithm. The
- * separation location is indicated by the itype
- * field.
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_MASK UINT32_C(0x380)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_SFT 7
+ /*
+ * Normal:
+ * Packet was placed using normal algorithm.
+ */
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_NORMAL (UINT32_C(0x0) << 7)
+ /*
+ * Jumbo:
+ * Packet was placed using jumbo algorithm.
+ */
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_JUMBO (UINT32_C(0x1) << 7)
+ /*
+ * Header/Data Separation:
+ * Packet was placed using Header/Data separation algorithm.
+ * The separation location is indicated by the itype field.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_HDS (UINT32_C(0x2) << 7)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_HDS (UINT32_C(0x2) << 7)
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_LAST \
RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_HDS
/* This bit is '1' if the RSS field in this completion is valid. */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_RSS_VALID UINT32_C(0x400)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_RSS_VALID UINT32_C(0x400)
/* unused is 1 b */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_UNUSED UINT32_C(0x800)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_UNUSED UINT32_C(0x800)
/*
* This value indicates what the inner packet determined for the
* packet was.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0xf000)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_SFT 12
- /* Not Known: Indicates that the packet type was not known. */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_NOT_KNOWN (UINT32_C(0x0) << 12)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0xf000)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_SFT 12
/*
- * IP Packet: Indicates that the packet was an
- * IP packet, but further classification was not
- * possible.
+ * Not Known:
+ * Indicates that the packet type was not known.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_IP (UINT32_C(0x1) << 12)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_NOT_KNOWN \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 12)
/*
- * TCP Packet: Indicates that the packet was IP
- * and TCP. This indicates that the
- * payload_offset field is valid.
+ * IP Packet:
+ * Indicates that the packet was an IP packet, but further
+ * classification was not possible.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_TCP (UINT32_C(0x2) << 12)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_IP \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 12)
+ /*
+ * TCP Packet:
+ * Indicates that the packet was IP and TCP.
+ * This indicates that the payload_offset field is valid.
+ */
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_TCP \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 12)
/*
- * UDP Packet: Indicates that the packet was IP
- * and UDP. This indicates that the
- * payload_offset field is valid.
+ * UDP Packet:
+ * Indicates that the packet was IP and UDP.
+ * This indicates that the payload_offset field is valid.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_UDP (UINT32_C(0x3) << 12)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_UDP \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 12)
/*
- * FCoE Packet: Indicates that the packet was
- * recognized as a FCoE. This also indicates
- * that the payload_offset field is valid.
+ * FCoE Packet:
+ * Indicates that the packet was recognized as a FCoE.
+ * This also indicates that the payload_offset field is valid.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_FCOE (UINT32_C(0x4) << 12)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_FCOE \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 12)
/*
- * RoCE Packet: Indicates that the packet was
- * recognized as a RoCE. This also indicates
- * that the payload_offset field is valid.
+ * RoCE Packet:
+ * Indicates that the packet was recognized as a RoCE.
+ * This also indicates that the payload_offset field is valid.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_ROCE (UINT32_C(0x5) << 12)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_ROCE \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 12)
/*
- * ICMP Packet: Indicates that the packet was
- * recognized as ICMP. This indicates that the
- * payload_offset field is valid.
+ * ICMP Packet:
+ * Indicates that the packet was recognized as ICMP.
+ * This indicates that the payload_offset field is valid.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_ICMP (UINT32_C(0x7) << 12)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_ICMP \
+ (UINT32_C(0x7) << 12)
/*
- * PtP packet wo/timestamp: Indicates that the
- * packet was recognized as a PtP packet.
+ * PtP packet wo/timestamp:
+ * Indicates that the packet was recognized as a PtP
+ * packet.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_PTP_WO_TIMESTAMP (UINT32_C(0x8) << 12)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_PTP_WO_TIMESTAMP \
+ (UINT32_C(0x8) << 12)
/*
- * PtP packet w/timestamp: Indicates that the
- * packet was recognized as a PtP packet and
- * that a timestamp was taken for the packet.
+ * PtP packet w/timestamp:
+ * Indicates that the packet was recognized as a PtP
+ * packet and that a timestamp was taken for the packet.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_PTP_W_TIMESTAMP (UINT32_C(0x9) << 12)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_PTP_W_TIMESTAMP \
+ (UINT32_C(0x9) << 12)
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_LAST \
RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_PTP_W_TIMESTAMP
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS_SFT 6
- uint16_t len;
/*
* This is the length of the data for the packet stored in the
- * buffer(s) identified by the opaque value. This includes the
- * packet BD and any associated buffer BDs. This does not
- * include the length of any data places in aggregation BDs.
+ * buffer(s) identified by the opaque value. This includes
+ * the packet BD and any associated buffer BDs. This does not include
+ * the the length of any data places in aggregation BDs.
*/
- uint32_t opaque;
+ uint16_t len;
/*
- * This is a copy of the opaque field from the RX BD this
- * completion corresponds to.
+ * This is a copy of the opaque field from the RX BD this completion
+ * corresponds to.
*/
- uint8_t agg_bufs_v1;
- /* unused1 is 2 b */
+ uint32_t opaque;
+ uint8_t agg_bufs_v1;
/*
- * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be
- * different for each pass through the completion queue. The
- * even passes will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_V1 UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_V1 UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This value is the number of aggregation buffers that follow
- * this entry in the completion ring that are a part of this
- * packet. If the value is zero, then the packet is completely
- * contained in the buffer space provided for the packet in the
- * RX ring.
+ * This value is the number of aggregation buffers that follow this
+ * entry in the completion ring that are a part of this packet.
+ * If the value is zero, then the packet is completely contained
+ * in the buffer space provided for the packet in the RX ring.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_AGG_BUFS_MASK UINT32_C(0x3e)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_AGG_BUFS_SFT 1
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_AGG_BUFS_MASK UINT32_C(0x3e)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_AGG_BUFS_SFT 1
/* unused1 is 2 b */
- uint8_t rss_hash_type;
- /*
- * This is the RSS hash type for the packet. The value is packed
- * {tuple_extrac_op[1:0],rss_profile_id[4:0],tuple_extrac_op[2]}
- * . The value of tuple_extrac_op provides the information about
- * what fields the hash was computed on. * 0: The RSS hash was
- * computed over source IP address, destination IP address,
- * source port, and destination port of inner IP and TCP or UDP
- * headers. Note: For non-tunneled packets, the packet headers
- * are considered inner packet headers for the RSS hash
- * computation purpose. * 1: The RSS hash was computed over
- * source IP address and destination IP address of inner IP
- * header. Note: For non-tunneled packets, the packet headers
- * are considered inner packet headers for the RSS hash
- * computation purpose. * 2: The RSS hash was computed over
- * source IP address, destination IP address, source port, and
- * destination port of IP and TCP or UDP headers of outer tunnel
- * headers. Note: For non-tunneled packets, this value is not
- * applicable. * 3: The RSS hash was computed over source IP
- * address and destination IP address of IP header of outer
- * tunnel headers. Note: For non-tunneled packets, this value is
- * not applicable. Note that 4-tuples values listed above are
- * applicable for layer 4 protocols supported and enabled for
- * RSS in the hardware, HWRM firmware, and drivers. For example,
- * if RSS hash is supported and enabled for TCP traffic only,
- * then the values of tuple_extract_op corresponding to 4-tuples
- * are only valid for TCP traffic.
- */
- uint8_t payload_offset;
- /*
- * This value indicates the offset in bytes from the beginning
- * of the packet where the inner payload starts. This value is
- * valid for TCP, UDP, FCoE, and RoCE packets. A value of zero
- * indicates that header is 256B into the packet.
- */
- uint8_t unused_1;
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_UNUSED1_MASK UINT32_C(0xc0)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_UNUSED1_SFT 6
+ /*
+ * This is the RSS hash type for the packet. The value is packed
+ * {tuple_extrac_op[1:0],rss_profile_id[4:0],tuple_extrac_op[2]}.
+ *
+ * The value of tuple_extrac_op provides the information about
+ * what fields the hash was computed on.
+ * * 0: The RSS hash was computed over source IP address,
+ * destination IP address, source port, and destination port of inner
+ * IP and TCP or UDP headers. Note: For non-tunneled packets,
+ * the packet headers are considered inner packet headers for the RSS
+ * hash computation purpose.
+ * * 1: The RSS hash was computed over source IP address and destination
+ * IP address of inner IP header. Note: For non-tunneled packets,
+ * the packet headers are considered inner packet headers for the RSS
+ * hash computation purpose.
+ * * 2: The RSS hash was computed over source IP address,
+ * destination IP address, source port, and destination port of
+ * IP and TCP or UDP headers of outer tunnel headers.
+ * Note: For non-tunneled packets, this value is not applicable.
+ * * 3: The RSS hash was computed over source IP address and
+ * destination IP address of IP header of outer tunnel headers.
+ * Note: For non-tunneled packets, this value is not applicable.
+ *
+ * Note that 4-tuples values listed above are applicable
+ * for layer 4 protocols supported and enabled for RSS in the hardware,
+ * HWRM firmware, and drivers. For example, if RSS hash is supported and
+ * enabled for TCP traffic only, then the values of tuple_extract_op
+ * corresponding to 4-tuples are only valid for TCP traffic.
+ */
+ uint8_t rss_hash_type;
+ /*
+ * This value indicates the offset in bytes from the beginning of the packet
+ * where the inner payload starts. This value is valid for TCP, UDP,
+ * FCoE, and RoCE packets.
+ *
+ * A value of zero indicates that header is 256B into the packet.
+ */
+ uint8_t payload_offset;
/* unused2 is 8 b */
- uint32_t rss_hash;
+ uint8_t unused1;
/*
* This value is the RSS hash value calculated for the packet
* based on the mode bits and key value in the VNIC.
*/
+ uint32_t rss_hash;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* last 16 bytes of RX Packet Completion Record */
+/* rx_pkt_cmpl_hi (size:128b/16B) */
struct rx_pkt_cmpl_hi {
- uint32_t flags2;
+ uint32_t flags2;
/*
* This indicates that the ip checksum was calculated for the
- * inner packet and that the ip_cs_error field indicates if
- * there was an error.
+ * inner packet and that the ip_cs_error field indicates if there
+ * was an error.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_IP_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_IP_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
* This indicates that the TCP, UDP or ICMP checksum was
- * calculated for the inner packet and that the l4_cs_error
- * field indicates if there was an error.
+ * calculated for the inner packet and that the l4_cs_error field
+ * indicates if there was an error.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_L4_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_L4_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
* This indicates that the ip checksum was calculated for the
- * tunnel header and that the t_ip_cs_error field indicates if
- * there was an error.
+ * tunnel header and that the t_ip_cs_error field indicates if there
+ * was an error.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_T_IP_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_T_IP_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
- * This indicates that the UDP checksum was calculated for the
- * tunnel packet and that the t_l4_cs_error field indicates if
- * there was an error.
+ * This indicates that the UDP checksum was
+ * calculated for the tunnel packet and that the t_l4_cs_error field
+ * indicates if there was an error.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_T_L4_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x8)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_T_L4_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x8)
/* This value indicates what format the metadata field is. */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_MASK UINT32_C(0xf0)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_SFT 4
- /* No metadata informtaion. Value is zero. */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_NONE (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
- /*
- * The metadata field contains the VLAN tag and
- * TPID value. - metadata[11:0] contains the
- * vlan VID value. - metadata[12] contains the
- * vlan DE value. - metadata[15:13] contains the
- * vlan PRI value. - metadata[31:16] contains
- * the vlan TPID value.
- */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_VLAN (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_MASK UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_SFT 4
+ /* No metadata informtaion. Value is zero. */
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_NONE (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /*
+ * The metadata field contains the VLAN tag and TPID value.
+ * - metadata[11:0] contains the vlan VID value.
+ * - metadata[12] contains the vlan DE value.
+ * - metadata[15:13] contains the vlan PRI value.
+ * - metadata[31:16] contains the vlan TPID value.
+ */
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_VLAN (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_LAST \
RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_VLAN
/*
- * This field indicates the IP type for the inner-most IP
- * header. A value of '0' indicates IPv4. A value of '1'
- * indicates IPv6. This value is only valid if itype indicates a
- * packet with an IP header.
+ * This field indicates the IP type for the inner-most IP header.
+ * A value of '0' indicates IPv4. A value of '1' indicates IPv6.
+ * This value is only valid if itype indicates a packet
+ * with an IP header.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_IP_TYPE UINT32_C(0x100)
- uint32_t metadata;
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_FLAGS2_IP_TYPE UINT32_C(0x100)
/*
- * This is data from the CFA block as indicated by the
- * meta_format field.
+ * This is data from the CFA block as indicated by the meta_format
+ * field.
*/
+ uint32_t metadata;
/* When meta_format=1, this value is the VLAN VID. */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_VID_MASK UINT32_C(0xfff)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_VID_SFT 0
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_VID_MASK UINT32_C(0xfff)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_VID_SFT 0
/* When meta_format=1, this value is the VLAN DE. */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_DE UINT32_C(0x1000)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_DE UINT32_C(0x1000)
/* When meta_format=1, this value is the VLAN PRI. */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_PRI_MASK UINT32_C(0xe000)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_PRI_SFT 13
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_PRI_MASK UINT32_C(0xe000)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_PRI_SFT 13
/* When meta_format=1, this value is the VLAN TPID. */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_TPID_MASK UINT32_C(0xffff0000)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_TPID_SFT 16
- uint16_t errors_v2;
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_TPID_MASK UINT32_C(0xffff0000)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_METADATA_TPID_SFT 16
+ uint16_t errors_v2;
/*
- * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be
- * different for each pass through the completion queue. The
- * even passes will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_V2 UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_V2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xfffe)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_SFT 1
/*
* This error indicates that there was some sort of problem with
* the BDs for the packet that was found after part of the
- * packet was already placed. The packet should be treated as
+ * packet was already placed. The packet should be treated as
* invalid.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_MASK UINT32_C(0xe)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_SFT 1
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xe)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_SFT 1
/* No buffer error */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_NO_BUFFER (UINT32_C(0x0) << 1)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_NO_BUFFER \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 1)
/*
- * Did Not Fit: Packet did not fit into packet
- * buffer provided. For regular placement, this
- * means the packet did not fit in the buffer
- * provided. For HDS and jumbo placement, this
- * means that the packet could not be placed
- * into 7 physical buffers or less.
+ * Did Not Fit:
+ * Packet did not fit into packet buffer provided.
+ * For regular placement, this means the packet did not fit
+ * in the buffer provided. For HDS and jumbo placement, this
+ * means that the packet could not be placed into 7 physical
+ * buffers or less.
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_DID_NOT_FIT \
(UINT32_C(0x1) << 1)
/*
- * Not On Chip: All BDs needed for the packet
- * were not on-chip when the packet arrived.
+ * Not On Chip:
+ * All BDs needed for the packet were not on-chip when
+ * the packet arrived.
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_NOT_ON_CHIP \
(UINT32_C(0x2) << 1)
- /* Bad Format: BDs were not formatted correctly. */
+ /*
+ * Bad Format:
+ * BDs were not formatted correctly.
+ */
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_BAD_FORMAT \
(UINT32_C(0x3) << 1)
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_LAST \
RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_BAD_FORMAT
- /* This indicates that there was an error in the IP header checksum. */
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_IP_CS_ERROR UINT32_C(0x10)
/*
- * This indicates that there was an error in the TCP, UDP or
- * ICMP checksum.
+ * This indicates that there was an error in the IP header
+ * checksum.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_L4_CS_ERROR UINT32_C(0x20)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_IP_CS_ERROR \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
/*
- * This indicates that there was an error in the tunnel IP
- * header checksum.
+ * This indicates that there was an error in the TCP, UDP
+ * or ICMP checksum.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_IP_CS_ERROR UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_L4_CS_ERROR \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
/*
- * This indicates that there was an error in the tunnel UDP
- * checksum.
+ * This indicates that there was an error in the tunnel
+ * IP header checksum.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_L4_CS_ERROR UINT32_C(0x80)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_IP_CS_ERROR \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
+ /*
+ * This indicates that there was an error in the tunnel
+ * UDP checksum.
+ */
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_L4_CS_ERROR \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
/*
* This indicates that there was a CRC error on either an FCoE
- * or RoCE packet. The itype indicates the packet type.
+ * or RoCE packet. The itype indicates the packet type.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_CRC_ERROR UINT32_C(0x100)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_CRC_ERROR \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
/*
- * This indicates that there was an error in the tunnel portion
- * of the packet when this field is non-zero.
+ * This indicates that there was an error in the tunnel
+ * portion of the packet when this
+ * field is non-zero.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_MASK UINT32_C(0xe00)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_SFT 9
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xe00)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_SFT 9
/*
- * No additional error occurred on the tunnel
- * portion of the packet of the packet does not
- * have a tunnel.
+ * No additional error occurred on the tunnel portion
+ * of the packet of the packet does not have a tunnel.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_NO_ERROR (UINT32_C(0x0) << 9)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_NO_ERROR \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 9)
/*
- * Indicates that IP header version does not
- * match expectation from L2 Ethertype for IPv4
- * and IPv6 in the tunnel header.
+ * Indicates that IP header version does not match
+ * expectation from L2 Ethertype for IPv4 and IPv6
+ * in the tunnel header.
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_T_L3_BAD_VERSION \
(UINT32_C(0x1) << 9)
/*
- * Indicates that header length is out of range
- * in the tunnel header. Valid for IPv4.
+ * Indicates that header length is out of range in the
+ * tunnel header. Valid for
+ * IPv4.
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_T_L3_BAD_HDR_LEN \
(UINT32_C(0x2) << 9)
/*
- * Indicates that the physical packet is shorter
- * than that claimed by the PPPoE header length
- * for a tunnel PPPoE packet.
+ * Indicates that the physical packet is shorter than that
+ * claimed by the PPPoE header length for a tunnel PPPoE
+ * packet.
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_TUNNEL_TOTAL_ERROR \
(UINT32_C(0x3) << 9)
/*
- * Indicates that physical packet is shorter
- * than that claimed by the tunnel l3 header
- * length. Valid for IPv4, or IPv6 tunnel packet
- * packets.
+ * Indicates that physical packet is shorter than that claimed
+ * by the tunnel l3 header length. Valid for IPv4, or IPv6
+ * tunnel packet packets.
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_T_IP_TOTAL_ERROR \
(UINT32_C(0x4) << 9)
/*
- * Indicates that the physical packet is shorter
- * than that claimed by the tunnel UDP header
- * length for a tunnel UDP packet that is not
- * fragmented.
+ * Indicates that the physical packet is shorter than that
+ * claimed by the tunnel UDP header length for a tunnel
+ * UDP packet that is not fragmented.
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_T_UDP_TOTAL_ERROR \
(UINT32_C(0x5) << 9)
/*
- * indicates that the IPv4 TTL or IPv6 hop limit
- * check have failed (e.g. TTL = 0) in the
- * tunnel header. Valid for IPv4, and IPv6.
+ * indicates that the IPv4 TTL or IPv6 hop limit check
+ * have failed (e.g. TTL = 0) in the tunnel header. Valid
+ * for IPv4, and IPv6.
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_T_L3_BAD_TTL \
(UINT32_C(0x6) << 9)
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_LAST \
RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_T_PKT_ERROR_T_L3_BAD_TTL
/*
- * This indicates that there was an error in the inner portion
- * of the packet when this field is non-zero.
+ * This indicates that there was an error in the inner
+ * portion of the packet when this
+ * field is non-zero.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_MASK UINT32_C(0xf000)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_SFT 12
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf000)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_SFT 12
/*
- * No additional error occurred on the tunnel
- * portion of the packet of the packet does not
- * have a tunnel.
+ * No additional error occurred on the tunnel portion
+ * of the packet of the packet does not have a tunnel.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_NO_ERROR (UINT32_C(0x0) << 12)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_NO_ERROR \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 12)
/*
- * Indicates that IP header version does not
- * match expectation from L2 Ethertype for IPv4
- * and IPv6 or that option other than VFT was
- * parsed on FCoE packet.
+ * Indicates that IP header version does not match
+ * expectation from L2 Ethertype for IPv4 and IPv6 or that
+ * option other than VFT was parsed on
+ * FCoE packet.
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_L3_BAD_VERSION \
(UINT32_C(0x1) << 12)
/*
- * indicates that header length is out of range.
- * Valid for IPv4 and RoCE
+ * indicates that header length is out of range. Valid for
+ * IPv4 and RoCE
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_L3_BAD_HDR_LEN \
(UINT32_C(0x2) << 12)
/*
- * indicates that the IPv4 TTL or IPv6 hop limit
- * check have failed (e.g. TTL = 0). Valid for
- * IPv4, and IPv6
+ * indicates that the IPv4 TTL or IPv6 hop limit check
+ * have failed (e.g. TTL = 0). Valid for IPv4, and IPv6
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_L3_BAD_TTL (UINT32_C(0x3) << 12)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_L3_BAD_TTL \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 12)
/*
- * Indicates that physical packet is shorter
- * than that claimed by the l3 header length.
- * Valid for IPv4, IPv6 packet or RoCE packets.
+ * Indicates that physical packet is shorter than that
+ * claimed by the l3 header length. Valid for IPv4,
+ * IPv6 packet or RoCE packets.
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_IP_TOTAL_ERROR \
(UINT32_C(0x4) << 12)
/*
- * Indicates that the physical packet is shorter
- * than that claimed by the UDP header length
- * for a UDP packet that is not fragmented.
+ * Indicates that the physical packet is shorter than that
+ * claimed by the UDP header length for a UDP packet that is
+ * not fragmented.
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_UDP_TOTAL_ERROR \
(UINT32_C(0x5) << 12)
/*
- * Indicates that TCP header length > IP
- * payload. Valid for TCP packets only.
+ * Indicates that TCP header length > IP payload. Valid for
+ * TCP packets only.
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_L4_BAD_HDR_LEN \
(UINT32_C(0x6) << 12)
@@ -1190,1626 +2380,1994 @@ struct rx_pkt_cmpl_hi {
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_L4_BAD_HDR_LEN_TOO_SMALL \
(UINT32_C(0x7) << 12)
/*
- * Indicates that TCP option headers result in a
- * TCP header size that does not match data
- * offset in TCP header. Valid for TCP.
+ * Indicates that TCP option headers result in a TCP header
+ * size that does not match data offset in TCP header. Valid
+ * for TCP.
*/
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_L4_BAD_OPT_LEN \
(UINT32_C(0x8) << 12)
#define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_LAST \
RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_PKT_ERROR_L4_BAD_OPT_LEN
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_MASK UINT32_C(0xfffe)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_ERRORS_SFT 1
- uint16_t cfa_code;
/*
- * This field identifies the CFA action rule that was used for
- * this packet.
+ * This field identifies the CFA action rule that was used for this
+ * packet.
*/
- uint32_t reorder;
+ uint16_t cfa_code;
+ uint32_t reorder;
/*
- * This value holds the reordering sequence number for the
- * packet. If the reordering sequence is not valid, then this
- * value is zero. The reordering domain for the packet is in the
- * bottom 8 to 10b of the rss_hash value. The bottom 20b of this
- * value contain the ordering domain value for the packet.
+ * This value holds the reordering sequence number for the packet.
+ * If the reordering sequence is not valid, then this value is zero.
+ * The reordering domain for the packet is in the bottom 8 to 10b of
+ * the rss_hash value. The bottom 20b of this value contain the
+ * ordering domain value for the packet.
*/
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_REORDER_MASK UINT32_C(0xffffff)
- #define RX_PKT_CMPL_REORDER_SFT 0
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_REORDER_MASK UINT32_C(0xffffff)
+ #define RX_PKT_CMPL_REORDER_SFT 0
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* RX L2 TPA Start Completion Record (32 bytes split to 2 16-byte struct) */
+/* rx_tpa_start_cmpl (size:128b/16B) */
struct rx_tpa_start_cmpl {
- uint16_t flags_type;
- /*
- * This field indicates the exact type of the completion. By
- * convention, the LSB identifies the length of the record in
- * 16B units. Even values indicate 16B records. Odd values
- * indicate 32B records.
- */
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
- /*
- * RX L2 TPA Start Completion: Completion at the
- * beginning of a TPA operation. Length = 32B
- */
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_TYPE_RX_TPA_START UINT32_C(0x13)
+ uint16_t flags_type;
+ /*
+ * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+ * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+ * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+ * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+ * records.
+ */
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
+ /*
+ * RX L2 TPA Start Completion:
+ * Completion at the beginning of a TPA operation.
+ * Length = 32B
+ */
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_TYPE_RX_TPA_START UINT32_C(0x13)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_TYPE_LAST \
+ RX_TPA_START_CMPL_TYPE_RX_TPA_START
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_SFT 6
/* This bit will always be '0' for TPA start completions. */
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_ERROR UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_ERROR UINT32_C(0x40)
/* This field indicates how the packet was placed in the buffer. */
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_MASK UINT32_C(0x380)
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_SFT 7
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_MASK UINT32_C(0x380)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_SFT 7
/*
- * Jumbo: TPA Packet was placed using jumbo
- * algorithm. This means that the first buffer
- * will be filled with data before moving to
- * aggregation buffers. Each aggregation buffer
- * will be filled before moving to the next
- * aggregation buffer.
+ * Jumbo:
+ * TPA Packet was placed using jumbo algorithm. This means
+ * that the first buffer will be filled with data before
+ * moving to aggregation buffers. Each aggregation buffer
+ * will be filled before moving to the next aggregation
+ * buffer.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_JUMBO (UINT32_C(0x1) << 7)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_JUMBO \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 7)
/*
- * Header/Data Separation: Packet was placed
- * using Header/Data separation algorithm. The
- * separation location is indicated by the itype
- * field.
+ * Header/Data Separation:
+ * Packet was placed using Header/Data separation algorithm.
+ * The separation location is indicated by the itype field.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_HDS (UINT32_C(0x2) << 7)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_HDS \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 7)
/*
- * GRO/Jumbo: Packet will be placed using
- * GRO/Jumbo where the first packet is filled
- * with data. Subsequent packets will be placed
- * such that any one packet does not span two
- * aggregation buffers unless it starts at the
- * beginning of an aggregation buffer.
+ * GRO/Jumbo:
+ * Packet will be placed using GRO/Jumbo where the first
+ * packet is filled with data. Subsequent packets will be
+ * placed such that any one packet does not span two
+ * aggregation buffers unless it starts at the beginning of
+ * an aggregation buffer.
*/
#define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_GRO_JUMBO \
(UINT32_C(0x5) << 7)
/*
- * GRO/Header-Data Separation: Packet will be
- * placed using GRO/HDS where the header is in
- * the first packet. Payload of each packet will
- * be placed such that any one packet does not
- * span two aggregation buffers unless it starts
- * at the beginning of an aggregation buffer.
+ * GRO/Header-Data Separation:
+ * Packet will be placed using GRO/HDS where the header
+ * is in the first packet.
+ * Payload of each packet will be
+ * placed such that any one packet does not span two
+ * aggregation buffers unless it starts at the beginning of
+ * an aggregation buffer.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_GRO_HDS (UINT32_C(0x6) << 7)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_GRO_HDS \
+ (UINT32_C(0x6) << 7)
#define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_LAST \
RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_GRO_HDS
/* This bit is '1' if the RSS field in this completion is valid. */
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_RSS_VALID UINT32_C(0x400)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_RSS_VALID UINT32_C(0x400)
/* unused is 1 b */
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_UNUSED UINT32_C(0x800)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_UNUSED UINT32_C(0x800)
/*
* This value indicates what the inner packet determined for the
* packet was.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0xf000)
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_SFT 12
- /* TCP Packet: Indicates that the packet was IP and TCP. */
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_TCP (UINT32_C(0x2) << 12)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0xf000)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_SFT 12
+ /*
+ * TCP Packet:
+ * Indicates that the packet was IP and TCP.
+ */
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_TCP \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 12)
#define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_LAST \
RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_TCP
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS_SFT 6
- uint16_t len;
/*
* This value indicates the amount of packet data written to the
* buffer the opaque field in this completion corresponds to.
*/
- uint32_t opaque;
- /*
- * This is a copy of the opaque field from the RX BD this
- * completion corresponds to.
- */
- uint8_t v1;
- /* unused1 is 7 b */
- /*
- * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be
- * different for each pass through the completion queue. The
- * even passes will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
- */
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_V1 UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* unused1 is 7 b */
- uint8_t rss_hash_type;
- /*
- * This is the RSS hash type for the packet. The value is packed
- * {tuple_extrac_op[1:0],rss_profile_id[4:0],tuple_extrac_op[2]}
- * . The value of tuple_extrac_op provides the information about
- * what fields the hash was computed on. * 0: The RSS hash was
- * computed over source IP address, destination IP address,
- * source port, and destination port of inner IP and TCP or UDP
- * headers. Note: For non-tunneled packets, the packet headers
- * are considered inner packet headers for the RSS hash
- * computation purpose. * 1: The RSS hash was computed over
- * source IP address and destination IP address of inner IP
- * header. Note: For non-tunneled packets, the packet headers
- * are considered inner packet headers for the RSS hash
- * computation purpose. * 2: The RSS hash was computed over
- * source IP address, destination IP address, source port, and
- * destination port of IP and TCP or UDP headers of outer tunnel
- * headers. Note: For non-tunneled packets, this value is not
- * applicable. * 3: The RSS hash was computed over source IP
- * address and destination IP address of IP header of outer
- * tunnel headers. Note: For non-tunneled packets, this value is
- * not applicable. Note that 4-tuples values listed above are
- * applicable for layer 4 protocols supported and enabled for
- * RSS in the hardware, HWRM firmware, and drivers. For example,
- * if RSS hash is supported and enabled for TCP traffic only,
- * then the values of tuple_extract_op corresponding to 4-tuples
- * are only valid for TCP traffic.
- */
- uint16_t agg_id;
+ uint16_t len;
+ /*
+ * This is a copy of the opaque field from the RX BD this completion
+ * corresponds to.
+ */
+ uint32_t opaque;
+ /*
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ */
+ uint8_t v1;
+ /*
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ */
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_V1 UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_LAST RX_TPA_START_CMPL_V1
+ /*
+ * This is the RSS hash type for the packet. The value is packed
+ * {tuple_extrac_op[1:0],rss_profile_id[4:0],tuple_extrac_op[2]}.
+ *
+ * The value of tuple_extrac_op provides the information about
+ * what fields the hash was computed on.
+ * * 0: The RSS hash was computed over source IP address,
+ * destination IP address, source port, and destination port of inner
+ * IP and TCP or UDP headers. Note: For non-tunneled packets,
+ * the packet headers are considered inner packet headers for the RSS
+ * hash computation purpose.
+ * * 1: The RSS hash was computed over source IP address and destination
+ * IP address of inner IP header. Note: For non-tunneled packets,
+ * the packet headers are considered inner packet headers for the RSS
+ * hash computation purpose.
+ * * 2: The RSS hash was computed over source IP address,
+ * destination IP address, source port, and destination port of
+ * IP and TCP or UDP headers of outer tunnel headers.
+ * Note: For non-tunneled packets, this value is not applicable.
+ * * 3: The RSS hash was computed over source IP address and
+ * destination IP address of IP header of outer tunnel headers.
+ * Note: For non-tunneled packets, this value is not applicable.
+ *
+ * Note that 4-tuples values listed above are applicable
+ * for layer 4 protocols supported and enabled for RSS in the hardware,
+ * HWRM firmware, and drivers. For example, if RSS hash is supported and
+ * enabled for TCP traffic only, then the values of tuple_extract_op
+ * corresponding to 4-tuples are only valid for TCP traffic.
+ */
+ uint8_t rss_hash_type;
/*
* This is the aggregation ID that the completion is associated
- * with. Use this number to correlate the TPA start completion
+ * with. Use this number to correlate the TPA start completion
* with the TPA end completion.
*/
+ uint16_t agg_id;
/* unused2 is 9 b */
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_UNUSED2_MASK UINT32_C(0x1ff)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_UNUSED2_SFT 0
/*
* This is the aggregation ID that the completion is associated
- * with. Use this number to correlate the TPA start completion
+ * with. Use this number to correlate the TPA start completion
* with the TPA end completion.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_AGG_ID_MASK UINT32_C(0xfe00)
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_AGG_ID_SFT 9
- uint32_t rss_hash;
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_AGG_ID_MASK UINT32_C(0xfe00)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_AGG_ID_SFT 9
/*
* This value is the RSS hash value calculated for the packet
* based on the mode bits and key value in the VNIC.
*/
+ uint32_t rss_hash;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* last 16 bytes of RX L2 TPA Start Completion Record */
+/* rx_tpa_start_cmpl_hi (size:128b/16B) */
struct rx_tpa_start_cmpl_hi {
- uint32_t flags2;
+ uint32_t flags2;
/*
* This indicates that the ip checksum was calculated for the
* inner packet and that the sum passed for all segments
* included in the aggregation.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_IP_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_IP_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
* This indicates that the TCP, UDP or ICMP checksum was
- * calculated for the inner packet and that the sum passed for
- * all segments included in the aggregation.
+ * calculated for the inner packet and that the sum passed
+ * for all segments included in the aggregation.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_L4_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_L4_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
* This indicates that the ip checksum was calculated for the
* tunnel header and that the sum passed for all segments
* included in the aggregation.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_T_IP_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_T_IP_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
- * This indicates that the UDP checksum was calculated for the
- * tunnel packet and that the sum passed for all segments
- * included in the aggregation.
+ * This indicates that the UDP checksum was
+ * calculated for the tunnel packet and that the sum passed for
+ * all segments included in the aggregation.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_T_L4_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x8)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_T_L4_CS_CALC UINT32_C(0x8)
/* This value indicates what format the metadata field is. */
#define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_MASK UINT32_C(0xf0)
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_SFT 4
- /* No metadata informtaion. Value is zero. */
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_NONE (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
- /*
- * The metadata field contains the VLAN tag and
- * TPID value. - metadata[11:0] contains the
- * vlan VID value. - metadata[12] contains the
- * vlan DE value. - metadata[15:13] contains the
- * vlan PRI value. - metadata[31:16] contains
- * the vlan TPID value.
- */
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_VLAN (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_SFT 4
+ /* No metadata informtaion. Value is zero. */
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_NONE \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /*
+ * The metadata field contains the VLAN tag and TPID value.
+ * - metadata[11:0] contains the vlan VID value.
+ * - metadata[12] contains the vlan DE value.
+ * - metadata[15:13] contains the vlan PRI value.
+ * - metadata[31:16] contains the vlan TPID value.
+ */
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_VLAN \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
#define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_LAST \
RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_META_FORMAT_VLAN
/*
- * This field indicates the IP type for the inner-most IP
- * header. A value of '0' indicates IPv4. A value of '1'
- * indicates IPv6.
+ * This field indicates the IP type for the inner-most IP header.
+ * A value of '0' indicates IPv4. A value of '1' indicates IPv6.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_IP_TYPE UINT32_C(0x100)
- uint32_t metadata;
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_FLAGS2_IP_TYPE UINT32_C(0x100)
/*
- * This is data from the CFA block as indicated by the
- * meta_format field.
+ * This is data from the CFA block as indicated by the meta_format
+ * field.
*/
+ uint32_t metadata;
/* When meta_format=1, this value is the VLAN VID. */
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_METADATA_VID_MASK UINT32_C(0xfff)
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_METADATA_VID_SFT 0
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_METADATA_VID_MASK UINT32_C(0xfff)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_METADATA_VID_SFT 0
/* When meta_format=1, this value is the VLAN DE. */
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_METADATA_DE UINT32_C(0x1000)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_METADATA_DE UINT32_C(0x1000)
/* When meta_format=1, this value is the VLAN PRI. */
#define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_METADATA_PRI_MASK UINT32_C(0xe000)
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_METADATA_PRI_SFT 13
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_METADATA_PRI_SFT 13
/* When meta_format=1, this value is the VLAN TPID. */
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_METADATA_TPID_MASK UINT32_C(0xffff0000)
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_METADATA_TPID_SFT 16
- uint16_t v2;
- /* unused4 is 15 b */
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_METADATA_TPID_MASK UINT32_C(0xffff0000)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_METADATA_TPID_SFT 16
+ uint16_t v2;
/*
- * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be
- * different for each pass through the completion queue. The
- * even passes will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_V2 UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* unused4 is 15 b */
- uint16_t cfa_code;
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_V2 UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This field identifies the CFA action rule that was used for
- * this packet.
+ * This field identifies the CFA action rule that was used for this
+ * packet.
*/
- uint32_t inner_l4_size_inner_l3_offset_inner_l2_offset_outer_l3_offset;
+ uint16_t cfa_code;
/*
- * This is the size in bytes of the inner most L4 header. This
- * can be subtracted from the payload_offset to determine the
- * start of the inner most L4 header.
+ * This is the size in bytes of the inner most L4 header.
+ * This can be subtracted from the payload_offset to determine
+ * the start of the inner most L4 header.
*/
+ uint32_t inner_l4_size_inner_l3_offset_inner_l2_offset_outer_l3_offset;
/*
- * This is the offset from the beginning of the packet in bytes
- * for the outer L3 header. If there is no outer L3 header, then
- * this value is zero.
+ * This is the offset from the beginning of the packet in bytes for
+ * the outer L3 header. If there is no outer L3 header, then this
+ * value is zero.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_OUTER_L3_OFFSET_MASK UINT32_C(0x1ff)
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_OUTER_L3_OFFSET_SFT 0
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_OUTER_L3_OFFSET_MASK UINT32_C(0x1ff)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_OUTER_L3_OFFSET_SFT 0
/*
- * This is the offset from the beginning of the packet in bytes
- * for the inner most L2 header.
+ * This is the offset from the beginning of the packet in bytes for
+ * the inner most L2 header.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_INNER_L2_OFFSET_MASK UINT32_C(0x3fe00)
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_INNER_L2_OFFSET_SFT 9
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_INNER_L2_OFFSET_MASK UINT32_C(0x3fe00)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_INNER_L2_OFFSET_SFT 9
/*
- * This is the offset from the beginning of the packet in bytes
- * for the inner most L3 header.
+ * This is the offset from the beginning of the packet in bytes for
+ * the inner most L3 header.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_INNER_L3_OFFSET_MASK UINT32_C(0x7fc0000)
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_INNER_L3_OFFSET_SFT 18
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_INNER_L3_OFFSET_MASK UINT32_C(0x7fc0000)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_INNER_L3_OFFSET_SFT 18
/*
- * This is the size in bytes of the inner most L4 header. This
- * can be subtracted from the payload_offset to determine the
- * start of the inner most L4 header.
+ * This is the size in bytes of the inner most L4 header.
+ * This can be subtracted from the payload_offset to determine
+ * the start of the inner most L4 header.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_INNER_L4_SIZE_MASK UINT32_C(0xf8000000)
- #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_INNER_L4_SIZE_SFT 27
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_INNER_L4_SIZE_MASK UINT32_C(0xf8000000)
+ #define RX_TPA_START_CMPL_INNER_L4_SIZE_SFT 27
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* RX TPA End Completion Record (32 bytes split to 2 16-byte struct) */
+/* rx_tpa_end_cmpl (size:128b/16B) */
struct rx_tpa_end_cmpl {
- uint16_t flags_type;
+ uint16_t flags_type;
/*
- * This field indicates the exact type of the completion. By
- * convention, the LSB identifies the length of the record in
- * 16B units. Even values indicate 16B records. Odd values
- * indicate 32B records.
+ * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+ * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+ * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+ * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+ * records.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
/*
- * RX L2 TPA End Completion: Completion at the
- * end of a TPA operation. Length = 32B
+ * RX L2 TPA End Completion:
+ * Completion at the end of a TPA operation.
+ * Length = 32B
*/
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_TYPE_RX_TPA_END UINT32_C(0x15)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_TYPE_RX_TPA_END UINT32_C(0x15)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_TYPE_LAST \
+ RX_TPA_END_CMPL_TYPE_RX_TPA_END
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_SFT 6
/*
- * When this bit is '1', it indicates a packet that has an error
- * of some type. Type of error is indicated in error_flags.
+ * When this bit is '1', it indicates a packet that has an
+ * error of some type. Type of error is indicated in
+ * error_flags.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_ERROR UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_ERROR UINT32_C(0x40)
/* This field indicates how the packet was placed in the buffer. */
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_MASK UINT32_C(0x380)
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_SFT 7
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_MASK UINT32_C(0x380)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_SFT 7
+ /*
+ * Jumbo:
+ * TPA Packet was placed using jumbo algorithm. This means
+ * that the first buffer will be filled with data before
+ * moving to aggregation buffers. Each aggregation buffer
+ * will be filled before moving to the next aggregation
+ * buffer.
+ */
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_JUMBO \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 7)
+ /*
+ * Header/Data Separation:
+ * Packet was placed using Header/Data separation algorithm.
+ * The separation location is indicated by the itype field.
+ */
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_HDS \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 7)
+ /*
+ * GRO/Jumbo:
+ * Packet will be placed using GRO/Jumbo where the first
+ * packet is filled with data. Subsequent packets will be
+ * placed such that any one packet does not span two
+ * aggregation buffers unless it starts at the beginning of
+ * an aggregation buffer.
+ */
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_GRO_JUMBO \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 7)
/*
- * Jumbo: TPA Packet was placed using jumbo
- * algorithm. This means that the first buffer
- * will be filled with data before moving to
- * aggregation buffers. Each aggregation buffer
- * will be filled before moving to the next
- * aggregation buffer.
+ * GRO/Header-Data Separation:
+ * Packet will be placed using GRO/HDS where the header
+ * is in the first packet.
+ * Payload of each packet will be
+ * placed such that any one packet does not span two
+ * aggregation buffers unless it starts at the beginning of
+ * an aggregation buffer.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_JUMBO (UINT32_C(0x1) << 7)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_GRO_HDS \
+ (UINT32_C(0x6) << 7)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_LAST \
+ RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_GRO_HDS
+ /* unused is 2 b */
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_UNUSED_MASK UINT32_C(0xc00)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_UNUSED_SFT 10
/*
- * Header/Data Separation: Packet was placed
- * using Header/Data separation algorithm. The
- * separation location is indicated by the itype
- * field.
+ * This value indicates what the inner packet determined for the
+ * packet was.
+ * - 2 TCP Packet
+ * Indicates that the packet was IP and TCP. This indicates
+ * that the ip_cs field is valid and that the tcp_udp_cs
+ * field is valid and contains the TCP checksum.
+ * This also indicates that the payload_offset field is valid.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_HDS (UINT32_C(0x2) << 7)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0xf000)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_SFT 12
/*
- * GRO/Jumbo: Packet will be placed using
- * GRO/Jumbo where the first packet is filled
- * with data. Subsequent packets will be placed
- * such that any one packet does not span two
- * aggregation buffers unless it starts at the
- * beginning of an aggregation buffer.
+ * This value is zero for TPA End completions.
+ * There is no data in the buffer that corresponds to the opaque
+ * value in this completion.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_GRO_JUMBO (UINT32_C(0x5) << 7)
+ uint16_t len;
/*
- * GRO/Header-Data Separation: Packet will be
- * placed using GRO/HDS where the header is in
- * the first packet. Payload of each packet will
- * be placed such that any one packet does not
- * span two aggregation buffers unless it starts
- * at the beginning of an aggregation buffer.
+ * This is a copy of the opaque field from the RX BD this completion
+ * corresponds to.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_GRO_HDS (UINT32_C(0x6) << 7)
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_LAST \
- RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_PLACEMENT_GRO_HDS
- /* unused is 2 b */
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_UNUSED_MASK UINT32_C(0xc00)
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_UNUSED_SFT 10
+ uint32_t opaque;
/*
- * This value indicates what the inner packet determined for the
- * packet was. - 2 TCP Packet Indicates that the packet was IP
- * and TCP. This indicates that the ip_cs field is valid and
- * that the tcp_udp_cs field is valid and contains the TCP
- * checksum. This also indicates that the payload_offset field
- * is valid.
- */
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0xf000)
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_ITYPE_SFT 12
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_FLAGS_SFT 6
- uint16_t len;
- /*
- * This value is zero for TPA End completions. There is no data
- * in the buffer that corresponds to the opaque value in this
- * completion.
- */
- uint32_t opaque;
- /*
- * This is a copy of the opaque field from the RX BD this
- * completion corresponds to.
- */
- uint8_t agg_bufs_v1;
- /* unused1 is 1 b */
- /*
- * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be
- * different for each pass through the completion queue. The
- * even passes will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
- */
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_V1 UINT32_C(0x1)
- /*
- * This value is the number of aggregation buffers that follow
- * this entry in the completion ring that are a part of this
- * aggregation packet. If the value is zero, then the packet is
- * completely contained in the buffer space provided in the
- * aggregation start completion.
- */
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_AGG_BUFS_MASK UINT32_C(0x7e)
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_AGG_BUFS_SFT 1
- /* unused1 is 1 b */
- uint8_t tpa_segs;
- /* This value is the number of segments in the TPA operation. */
- uint8_t payload_offset;
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ */
+ uint8_t agg_bufs_v1;
/*
- * This value indicates the offset in bytes from the beginning
- * of the packet where the inner payload starts. This value is
- * valid for TCP, UDP, FCoE, and RoCE packets. A value of zero
- * indicates an offset of 256 bytes.
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
*/
- uint8_t agg_id;
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_V1 UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This is the aggregation ID that the completion is associated
- * with. Use this number to correlate the TPA start completion
- * with the TPA end completion.
+ * This value is the number of aggregation buffers that follow this
+ * entry in the completion ring that are a part of this aggregation
+ * packet.
+ * If the value is zero, then the packet is completely contained
+ * in the buffer space provided in the aggregation start completion.
+ */
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_AGG_BUFS_MASK UINT32_C(0x7e)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_AGG_BUFS_SFT 1
+ /* This value is the number of segments in the TPA operation. */
+ uint8_t tpa_segs;
+ /*
+ * This value indicates the offset in bytes from the beginning of the packet
+ * where the inner payload starts. This value is valid for TCP, UDP,
+ * FCoE, and RoCE packets.
+ *
+ * A value of zero indicates an offset of 256 bytes.
*/
+ uint8_t payload_offset;
+ uint8_t agg_id;
/* unused2 is 1 b */
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_UNUSED2 UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
* This is the aggregation ID that the completion is associated
- * with. Use this number to correlate the TPA start completion
+ * with. Use this number to correlate the TPA start completion
* with the TPA end completion.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_AGG_ID_MASK UINT32_C(0xfe)
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_AGG_ID_SFT 1
- uint32_t tsdelta;
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_AGG_ID_MASK UINT32_C(0xfe)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_AGG_ID_SFT 1
/*
- * For non-GRO packets, this value is the timestamp delta
- * between earliest and latest timestamp values for TPA packet.
- * If packets were not time stamped, then delta will be zero.
+ * For non-GRO packets, this value is the
+ * timestamp delta between earliest and latest timestamp values for
+ * TPA packet. If packets were not time stamped, then delta will be
+ * zero.
+ *
* For GRO packets, this field is zero except for the following
- * sub-fields. - tsdelta[31] Timestamp present indication. When
- * '0', no Timestamp option is in the packet. When '1', then a
- * Timestamp option is present in the packet.
+ * sub-fields.
+ * - tsdelta[31]
+ * Timestamp present indication. When '0', no Timestamp
+ * option is in the packet. When '1', then a Timestamp
+ * option is present in the packet.
*/
+ uint32_t tsdelta;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* last 16 bytes of RX TPA End Completion Record */
+/* rx_tpa_end_cmpl_hi (size:128b/16B) */
struct rx_tpa_end_cmpl_hi {
- uint32_t tpa_dup_acks;
- /* unused3 is 28 b */
/*
* This value is the number of duplicate ACKs that have been
* received as part of the TPA operation.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_TPA_DUP_ACKS_MASK UINT32_C(0xf)
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_TPA_DUP_ACKS_SFT 0
- /* unused3 is 28 b */
- uint16_t tpa_seg_len;
- /*
- * This value is the valid when TPA completion is active. It
- * indicates the length of the longest segment of the TPA
- * operation for LRO mode and the length of the first segment in
- * GRO mode. This value may be used by GRO software to re-
- * construct the original packet stream from the TPA packet.
- * This is the length of all but the last segment for GRO. In
- * LRO mode this value may be used to indicate MSS size to the
- * stack.
- */
- uint16_t unused_3;
+ uint32_t tpa_dup_acks;
+ /*
+ * This value is the number of duplicate ACKs that have been
+ * received as part of the TPA operation.
+ */
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_TPA_DUP_ACKS_MASK UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_TPA_DUP_ACKS_SFT 0
+ /*
+ * This value is the valid when TPA completion is active. It
+ * indicates the length of the longest segment of the TPA operation
+ * for LRO mode and the length of the first segment in GRO mode.
+ *
+ * This value may be used by GRO software to re-construct the original
+ * packet stream from the TPA packet. This is the length of all
+ * but the last segment for GRO. In LRO mode this value may be used
+ * to indicate MSS size to the stack.
+ */
+ uint16_t tpa_seg_len;
/* unused4 is 16 b */
- uint16_t errors_v2;
+ uint16_t unused3;
+ uint16_t errors_v2;
/*
- * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be
- * different for each pass through the completion queue. The
- * even passes will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_V2 UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_V2 UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_ERRORS_MASK UINT32_C(0xfffe)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_ERRORS_SFT 1
/*
* This error indicates that there was some sort of problem with
* the BDs for the packet that was found after part of the
- * packet was already placed. The packet should be treated as
+ * packet was already placed. The packet should be treated as
* invalid.
*/
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_MASK UINT32_C(0xe)
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_SFT 1
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_MASK UINT32_C(0xe)
+ #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_SFT 1
/*
- * This error occurs when there is a fatal HW
- * problem in the chip only. It indicates that
- * there were not BDs on chip but that there was
- * adequate reservation. provided by the TPA
- * block.
+ * This error occurs when there is a fatal HW problem in
+ * the chip only. It indicates that there were not
+ * BDs on chip but that there was adequate reservation.
+ * provided by the TPA block.
*/
#define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_NOT_ON_CHIP \
(UINT32_C(0x2) << 1)
/*
- * This error occurs when TPA block was not
- * configured to reserve adequate BDs for TPA
- * operations on this RX ring. All data for the
- * TPA operation was not placed. This error can
- * also be generated when the number of segments
- * is not programmed correctly in TPA and the 33
- * total aggregation buffers allowed for the TPA
+ * This error occurs when TPA block was not configured to
+ * reserve adequate BDs for TPA operations on this RX
+ * ring. All data for the TPA operation was not placed.
+ *
+ * This error can also be generated when the number of
+ * segments is not programmed correctly in TPA and the
+ * 33 total aggregation buffers allowed for the TPA
* operation has been exceeded.
*/
#define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_RSV_ERROR \
(UINT32_C(0x4) << 1)
#define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_LAST \
RX_TPA_END_CMPL_ERRORS_BUFFER_ERROR_RSV_ERROR
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_ERRORS_MASK UINT32_C(0xfffe)
- #define RX_TPA_END_CMPL_ERRORS_SFT 1
- uint16_t unused_4;
/* unused5 is 16 b */
- uint32_t start_opaque;
+ uint16_t unused_4;
/*
* This is the opaque value that was completed for the TPA start
* completion that corresponds to this TPA end completion.
*/
+ uint32_t start_opaque;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* rx_abuf_cmpl (size:128b/16B) */
+struct rx_abuf_cmpl {
+ uint16_t type;
+ /*
+ * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+ * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+ * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+ * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+ * records.
+ */
+ #define RX_ABUF_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define RX_ABUF_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
+ /*
+ * RX Aggregation Buffer completion :
+ * Completion of an L2 aggregation buffer in support of
+ * TPA, HDS, or Jumbo packet completion. Length = 16B
+ */
+ #define RX_ABUF_CMPL_TYPE_RX_AGG UINT32_C(0x12)
+ #define RX_ABUF_CMPL_TYPE_LAST RX_ABUF_CMPL_TYPE_RX_AGG
+ /*
+ * This is the length of the data for the packet stored in this
+ * aggregation buffer identified by the opaque value. This does not
+ * include the length of any
+ * data placed in other aggregation BDs or in the packet or buffer
+ * BDs. This length does not include any space added due to
+ * hdr_offset register during HDS placement mode.
+ */
+ uint16_t len;
+ /*
+ * This is a copy of the opaque field from the RX BD this aggregation
+ * buffer corresponds to.
+ */
+ uint32_t opaque;
+ uint32_t v;
+ /*
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ */
+ #define RX_ABUF_CMPL_V UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* unused3 is 32 b */
+ uint32_t unused_2;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* HWRM Forwarded Request (16 bytes) */
+/* eject_cmpl (size:128b/16B) */
+struct eject_cmpl {
+ uint16_t type;
+ /*
+ * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+ * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+ * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+ * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+ * records.
+ */
+ #define EJECT_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define EJECT_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
+ /*
+ * Statistics Ejection Completion:
+ * Completion of statistics data ejection buffer.
+ * Length = 16B
+ */
+ #define EJECT_CMPL_TYPE_STAT_EJECT UINT32_C(0x1a)
+ #define EJECT_CMPL_TYPE_LAST EJECT_CMPL_TYPE_STAT_EJECT
+ /*
+ * This is the length of the statistics data stored in this
+ * buffer.
+ */
+ uint16_t len;
+ /*
+ * This is a copy of the opaque field from the RX BD this ejection
+ * buffer corresponds to.
+ */
+ uint32_t opaque;
+ uint32_t v;
+ /*
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ */
+ #define EJECT_CMPL_V UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* unused3 is 32 b */
+ uint32_t unused_2;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_cmpl (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_cmpl {
+ uint16_t type;
+ /*
+ * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+ * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+ * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+ * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+ * records.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define HWRM_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
+ /*
+ * HWRM Command Completion:
+ * Completion of an HWRM command.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_CMPL_TYPE_HWRM_DONE UINT32_C(0x20)
+ #define HWRM_CMPL_TYPE_LAST HWRM_CMPL_TYPE_HWRM_DONE
+ /* This is the sequence_id of the HWRM command that has completed. */
+ uint16_t sequence_id;
+ /* unused2 is 32 b */
+ uint32_t unused_1;
+ uint32_t v;
+ /*
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_CMPL_V UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* unused4 is 32 b */
+ uint32_t unused_3;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_fwd_req_cmpl (size:128b/16B) */
struct hwrm_fwd_req_cmpl {
- uint16_t req_len_type;
- /* Length of forwarded request in bytes. */
/*
- * This field indicates the exact type of the completion. By
- * convention, the LSB identifies the length of the record in
- * 16B units. Even values indicate 16B records. Odd values
- * indicate 32B records.
+ * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+ * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+ * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+ * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+ * records.
*/
- #define HWRM_FWD_INPUT_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
- #define HWRM_FWD_INPUT_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
+ uint16_t req_len_type;
+ /*
+ * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+ * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+ * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+ * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+ * records.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
/* Forwarded HWRM Request */
- #define HWRM_FWD_INPUT_CMPL_TYPE_HWRM_FWD_INPUT UINT32_C(0x22)
+ #define HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_TYPE_HWRM_FWD_REQ UINT32_C(0x22)
+ #define HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_TYPE_HWRM_FWD_REQ
/* Length of forwarded request in bytes. */
- #define HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_REQ_LEN_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
- #define HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_REQ_LEN_SFT 6
- uint16_t source_id;
+ #define HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_REQ_LEN_MASK UINT32_C(0xffc0)
+ #define HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_REQ_LEN_SFT 6
/*
- * Source ID of this request. Typically used in forwarding
- * requests and responses. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function ids
- * 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF -
- * HWRM
+ * Source ID of this request.
+ * Typically used in forwarding requests and responses.
+ * 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function ids
+ * 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint32_t unused_0;
+ uint16_t source_id;
/* unused1 is 32 b */
- uint32_t req_buf_addr_v[2];
+ uint32_t unused0;
/* Address of forwarded request. */
+ uint32_t req_buf_addr_v[2];
/*
- * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be
- * different for each pass through the completion queue. The
- * even passes will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
*/
- #define HWRM_FWD_INPUT_CMPL_V UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_V UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Address of forwarded request. */
- #define HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_REQ_BUF_ADDR_MASK UINT32_C(0xfffffffe)
- #define HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_REQ_BUF_ADDR_SFT 1
+ #define HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_REQ_BUF_ADDR_MASK UINT32_C(0xfffffffe)
+ #define HWRM_FWD_REQ_CMPL_REQ_BUF_ADDR_SFT 1
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* HWRM Asynchronous Event Completion Record (16 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_fwd_resp_cmpl (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_fwd_resp_cmpl {
+ uint16_t type;
+ /*
+ * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+ * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+ * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+ * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+ * records.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FWD_RESP_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define HWRM_FWD_RESP_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
+ /* Forwarded HWRM Response */
+ #define HWRM_FWD_RESP_CMPL_TYPE_HWRM_FWD_RESP UINT32_C(0x24)
+ #define HWRM_FWD_RESP_CMPL_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FWD_RESP_CMPL_TYPE_HWRM_FWD_RESP
+ /*
+ * Source ID of this response.
+ * Typically used in forwarding requests and responses.
+ * 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function ids
+ * 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t source_id;
+ /* Length of forwarded response in bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /* unused2 is 16 b */
+ uint16_t unused_1;
+ /* Address of forwarded request. */
+ uint32_t resp_buf_addr_v[2];
+ /*
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FWD_RESP_CMPL_V UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* Address of forwarded request. */
+ #define HWRM_FWD_RESP_CMPL_RESP_BUF_ADDR_MASK UINT32_C(0xfffffffe)
+ #define HWRM_FWD_RESP_CMPL_RESP_BUF_ADDR_SFT 1
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_async_event_cmpl (size:128b/16B) */
struct hwrm_async_event_cmpl {
- uint16_t type;
- /* unused1 is 10 b */
+ uint16_t type;
/*
- * This field indicates the exact type of the completion. By
- * convention, the LSB identifies the length of the record in
- * 16B units. Even values indicate 16B records. Odd values
- * indicate 32B records.
+ * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+ * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+ * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+ * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+ * records.
*/
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_TYPE_MASK UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_TYPE_SFT 0
/* HWRM Asynchronous Event Information */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_TYPE_HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT UINT32_C(0x2e)
- /* unused1 is 10 b */
- uint16_t event_id;
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_TYPE_HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT UINT32_C(0x2e)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_TYPE_HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT
/* Identifiers of events. */
+ uint16_t event_id;
/* Link status changed */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Link MTU changed */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_LINK_MTU_CHANGE UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_LINK_MTU_CHANGE \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Link speed changed */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_LINK_SPEED_CHANGE UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_LINK_SPEED_CHANGE \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
/* DCB Configuration changed */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_DCB_CONFIG_CHANGE UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_DCB_CONFIG_CHANGE \
+ UINT32_C(0x3)
/* Port connection not allowed */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_PORT_CONN_NOT_ALLOWED UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_PORT_CONN_NOT_ALLOWED \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
/* Link speed configuration was not allowed */
#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_LINK_SPEED_CFG_NOT_ALLOWED \
UINT32_C(0x5)
/* Link speed configuration change */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_LINK_SPEED_CFG_CHANGE UINT32_C(0x6)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_LINK_SPEED_CFG_CHANGE \
+ UINT32_C(0x6)
/* Port PHY configuration change */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_PORT_PHY_CFG_CHANGE UINT32_C(0x7)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_PORT_PHY_CFG_CHANGE \
+ UINT32_C(0x7)
/* Function driver unloaded */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_FUNC_DRVR_UNLOAD UINT32_C(0x10)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_FUNC_DRVR_UNLOAD \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
/* Function driver loaded */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_FUNC_DRVR_LOAD UINT32_C(0x11)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_FUNC_DRVR_LOAD \
+ UINT32_C(0x11)
/* Function FLR related processing has completed */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_FUNC_FLR_PROC_CMPLT UINT32_C(0x12)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_FUNC_FLR_PROC_CMPLT \
+ UINT32_C(0x12)
/* PF driver unloaded */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_PF_DRVR_UNLOAD UINT32_C(0x20)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_PF_DRVR_UNLOAD \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
/* PF driver loaded */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_PF_DRVR_LOAD UINT32_C(0x21)
- /* VF Function Level Reset (FLR) */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_VF_FLR UINT32_C(0x30)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_PF_DRVR_LOAD \
+ UINT32_C(0x21)
+ /* VF Function Level Reset (FLR) */
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_VF_FLR \
+ UINT32_C(0x30)
/* VF MAC Address Change */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_VF_MAC_ADDR_CHANGE UINT32_C(0x31)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_VF_MAC_ADDR_CHANGE \
+ UINT32_C(0x31)
/* PF-VF communication channel status change. */
#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_PF_VF_COMM_STATUS_CHANGE \
UINT32_C(0x32)
/* VF Configuration Change */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_VF_CFG_CHANGE UINT32_C(0x33)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_VF_CFG_CHANGE \
+ UINT32_C(0x33)
/* LLFC/PFC Configuration Change */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_LLFC_PFC_CHANGE UINT32_C(0x34)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_LLFC_PFC_CHANGE \
+ UINT32_C(0x34)
/* HWRM Error */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_HWRM_ERROR UINT32_C(0xff)
- uint32_t event_data2;
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_HWRM_ERROR \
+ UINT32_C(0xff)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_LAST \
+ HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_HWRM_ERROR
/* Event specific data */
- uint8_t opaque_v;
- /* opaque is 7 b */
+ uint32_t event_data2;
+ uint8_t opaque_v;
/*
- * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be
- * different for each pass through the completion queue. The
- * even passes will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
*/
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_V UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_V UINT32_C(0x1)
/* opaque is 7 b */
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_OPAQUE_MASK UINT32_C(0xfe)
- #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_OPAQUE_SFT 1
- uint8_t timestamp_lo;
- /* 8-lsb timestamp from POR (100-msec resolution) */
- uint16_t timestamp_hi;
- /* 16-lsb timestamp from POR (100-msec resolution) */
- uint32_t event_data1;
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_OPAQUE_MASK UINT32_C(0xfe)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_OPAQUE_SFT 1
+ /* 8-lsb timestamp from POR (100-msec resolution) */
+ uint8_t timestamp_lo;
+ /* 16-lsb timestamp from POR (100-msec resolution) */
+ uint16_t timestamp_hi;
/* Event specific data */
+ uint32_t event_data1;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_ver_get */
-/*
- * Description: This function is called by a driver to determine the HWRM
- * interface version supported by the HWRM firmware, the version of HWRM
- * firmware implementation, the name of HWRM firmware, the versions of other
- * embedded firmwares, and the names of other embedded firmwares, etc. Any
- * interface or firmware version with major = 0, minor = 0, and update = 0 shall
- * be considered an invalid version.
- */
-/* Input (24 bytes) */
-struct hwrm_ver_get_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+/* hwrm_async_event_cmpl_link_status_change (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_async_event_cmpl_link_status_change {
+ uint16_t type;
+ /*
+ * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+ * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+ * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+ * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+ * records.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_TYPE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0x3f)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_TYPE_SFT 0
+ /* HWRM Asynchronous Event Information */
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_TYPE_HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT \
+ UINT32_C(0x2e)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_TYPE_HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT
+ /* Identifiers of events. */
+ uint16_t event_id;
+ /* Link status changed */
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_EVENT_ID_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_EVENT_ID_LAST \
+ HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_EVENT_ID_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE
+ /* Event specific data */
+ uint32_t event_data2;
+ uint8_t opaque_v;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+ * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+ * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_V \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* opaque is 7 b */
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_OPAQUE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xfe)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_OPAQUE_SFT 1
+ /* 8-lsb timestamp from POR (100-msec resolution) */
+ uint8_t timestamp_lo;
+ /* 16-lsb timestamp from POR (100-msec resolution) */
+ uint16_t timestamp_hi;
+ /* Event specific data */
+ uint32_t event_data1;
+ /* Indicates link status change */
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_LINK_CHANGE \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * If this bit set to 0, then it indicates that the link
+ * was up and it went down.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_LINK_CHANGE_DOWN \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that the link
+ * was down and it went up.
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_LINK_CHANGE_UP \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_LINK_CHANGE_LAST \
+ HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_LINK_CHANGE_UP
+ /* Indicates the physical port this link status change occur */
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PORT_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xe)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PORT_SFT \
+ 1
+ /* PORT ID */
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PORT_ID_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xffff0)
+ #define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PORT_ID_SFT \
+ 4
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/*******************
+ * hwrm_func_reset *
+ *******************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_reset_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_func_reset_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint8_t hwrm_intf_maj;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This field represents the major version of HWRM interface
- * specification supported by the driver HWRM implementation.
- * The interface major version is intended to change only when
- * non backward compatible changes are made to the HWRM
- * interface specification.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint8_t hwrm_intf_min;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * This field represents the minor version of HWRM interface
- * specification supported by the driver HWRM implementation. A
- * change in interface minor version is used to reflect
- * significant backward compatible modification to HWRM
- * interface specification. This can be due to addition or
- * removal of functionality. HWRM interface specifications with
- * the same major version but different minor versions are
- * compatible.
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint8_t hwrm_intf_upd;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This field represents the update version of HWRM interface
- * specification supported by the driver HWRM implementation.
- * The interface update version is used to reflect minor changes
- * or bug fixes to a released HWRM interface specification.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint8_t unused_0[5];
-} __attribute__((packed));
-
-/* Output (128 bytes) */
-struct hwrm_ver_get_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t enables;
/*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
+ * This bit must be '1' for the vf_id_valid field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_RESET_INPUT_ENABLES_VF_ID_VALID UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
+ * The ID of the VF that this PF is trying to reset.
+ * Only the parent PF shall be allowed to reset a child VF.
+ *
+ * A parent PF driver shall use this field only when a specific child VF
+ * is requested to be reset.
*/
- uint8_t hwrm_intf_maj;
+ uint16_t vf_id;
+ /* This value indicates the level of a function reset. */
+ uint8_t func_reset_level;
/*
- * This field represents the major version of HWRM interface
- * specification supported by the HWRM implementation. The
- * interface major version is intended to change only when non
- * backward compatible changes are made to the HWRM interface
- * specification. A HWRM implementation that is compliant with
- * this specification shall provide value of 1 in this field.
+ * Reset the caller function and its children VFs (if any). If no
+ * children functions exist, then reset the caller function only.
*/
- uint8_t hwrm_intf_min;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_RESET_INPUT_FUNC_RESET_LEVEL_RESETALL \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* Reset the caller function only */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_RESET_INPUT_FUNC_RESET_LEVEL_RESETME \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This field represents the minor version of HWRM interface
- * specification supported by the HWRM implementation. A change
- * in interface minor version is used to reflect significant
- * backward compatible modification to HWRM interface
- * specification. This can be due to addition or removal of
- * functionality. HWRM interface specifications with the same
- * major version but different minor versions are compatible. A
- * HWRM implementation that is compliant with this specification
- * shall provide value of 2 in this field.
+ * Reset all children VFs of the caller function driver if the
+ * caller is a PF driver.
+ * It is an error to specify this level by a VF driver.
+ * It is an error to specify this level by a PF driver with
+ * no children VFs.
*/
- uint8_t hwrm_intf_upd;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_RESET_INPUT_FUNC_RESET_LEVEL_RESETCHILDREN \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * This field represents the update version of HWRM interface
- * specification supported by the HWRM implementation. The
- * interface update version is used to reflect minor changes or
- * bug fixes to a released HWRM interface specification. A HWRM
- * implementation that is compliant with this specification
- * shall provide value of 2 in this field.
+ * Reset a specific VF of the caller function driver if the caller
+ * is the parent PF driver.
+ * It is an error to specify this level by a VF driver.
+ * It is an error to specify this level by a PF driver that is not
+ * the parent of the VF that is being requested to reset.
*/
- uint8_t hwrm_intf_rsvd;
- uint8_t hwrm_fw_maj;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_RESET_INPUT_FUNC_RESET_LEVEL_RESETVF \
+ UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_RESET_INPUT_FUNC_RESET_LEVEL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_RESET_INPUT_FUNC_RESET_LEVEL_RESETVF
+ uint8_t unused_0;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_func_reset_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_func_reset_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * This field represents the major version of HWRM firmware. A
- * change in firmware major version represents a major firmware
- * release.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
- uint8_t hwrm_fw_min;
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/********************
+ * hwrm_func_getfid *
+ ********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_getfid_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_func_getfid_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This field represents the minor version of HWRM firmware. A
- * change in firmware minor version represents significant
- * firmware functionality changes.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint8_t hwrm_fw_bld;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This field represents the build version of HWRM firmware. A
- * change in firmware build version represents bug fixes to a
- * released firmware.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint8_t hwrm_fw_rsvd;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * This field is a reserved field. This field can be used to
- * represent firmware branches or customer specific releases
- * tied to a specific (major,minor,update) version of the HWRM
- * firmware.
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint8_t mgmt_fw_maj;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This field represents the major version of mgmt firmware. A
- * change in major version represents a major release.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint8_t mgmt_fw_min;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t enables;
/*
- * This field represents the minor version of mgmt firmware. A
- * change in minor version represents significant functionality
- * changes.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the pci_id field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint8_t mgmt_fw_bld;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_GETFID_INPUT_ENABLES_PCI_ID UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This field represents the build version of mgmt firmware. A
- * change in update version represents bug fixes.
+ * This value is the PCI ID of the queried function.
+ * If ARI is enabled, then it is
+ * Bus Number (8b):Function Number(8b). Otherwise, it is
+ * Bus Number (8b):Device Number (5b):Function Number(3b).
*/
- uint8_t mgmt_fw_rsvd;
+ uint16_t pci_id;
+ uint8_t unused_0[2];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_func_getfid_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_func_getfid_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
/*
- * This field is a reserved field. This field can be used to
- * represent firmware branches or customer specific releases
- * tied to a specific (major,minor,update) version
+ * FID value. This value is used to identify operations on the PCI
+ * bus as belonging to a particular PCI function.
*/
- uint8_t netctrl_fw_maj;
+ uint16_t fid;
+ uint8_t unused_0[5];
/*
- * This field represents the major version of network control
- * firmware. A change in major version represents a major
- * release.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
- uint8_t netctrl_fw_min;
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/**********************
+ * hwrm_func_vf_alloc *
+ **********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_vf_alloc_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_func_vf_alloc_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This field represents the minor version of network control
- * firmware. A change in minor version represents significant
- * functionality changes.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint8_t netctrl_fw_bld;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This field represents the build version of network control
- * firmware. A change in update version represents bug fixes.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint8_t netctrl_fw_rsvd;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * This field is a reserved field. This field can be used to
- * represent firmware branches or customer specific releases
- * tied to a specific (major,minor,update) version
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint32_t dev_caps_cfg;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This field is used to indicate device's capabilities and
- * configurations.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t enables;
/*
- * If set to 1, then secure firmware update behavior is
- * supported. If set to 0, then secure firmware update behavior
- * is not supported.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the first_vf_id field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_SECURE_FW_UPD_SUPPORTED \
- UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_ALLOC_INPUT_ENABLES_FIRST_VF_ID UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * If set to 1, then firmware based DCBX agent is supported. If
- * set to 0, then firmware based DCBX agent capability is not
- * supported on this device.
+ * This value is used to identify a Virtual Function (VF).
+ * The scope of VF ID is local within a PF.
*/
- #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_FW_DCBX_AGENT_SUPPORTED \
- UINT32_C(0x2)
+ uint16_t first_vf_id;
+ /* The number of virtual functions requested. */
+ uint16_t num_vfs;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_func_vf_alloc_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_func_vf_alloc_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /* The ID of the first VF allocated. */
+ uint16_t first_vf_id;
+ uint8_t unused_0[5];
/*
- * If set to 1, then HWRM short command format is supported. If
- * set to 0, then HWRM short command format is not supported.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
- #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_SHORT_CMD_SUPPORTED \
- UINT32_C(0x4)
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/*********************
+ * hwrm_func_vf_free *
+ *********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_vf_free_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_func_vf_free_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * If set to 1, then HWRM short command format is required. If
- * set to 0, then HWRM short command format is not required.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_SHORT_CMD_INPUTUIRED \
- UINT32_C(0x8)
- uint8_t roce_fw_maj;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This field represents the major version of RoCE firmware. A
- * change in major version represents a major release.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint8_t roce_fw_min;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * This field represents the minor version of RoCE firmware. A
- * change in minor version represents significant functionality
- * changes.
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint8_t roce_fw_bld;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This field represents the build version of RoCE firmware. A
- * change in update version represents bug fixes.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint8_t roce_fw_rsvd;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t enables;
/*
- * This field is a reserved field. This field can be used to
- * represent firmware branches or customer specific releases
- * tied to a specific (major,minor,update) version
+ * This bit must be '1' for the first_vf_id field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- char hwrm_fw_name[16];
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_FREE_INPUT_ENABLES_FIRST_VF_ID UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This field represents the name of HWRM FW (ASCII chars with
- * NULL at the end).
+ * This value is used to identify a Virtual Function (VF).
+ * The scope of VF ID is local within a PF.
*/
- char mgmt_fw_name[16];
+ uint16_t first_vf_id;
/*
- * This field represents the name of mgmt FW (ASCII chars with
- * NULL at the end).
+ * The number of virtual functions requested.
+ * 0xFFFF - Cleanup all children of this PF.
*/
- char netctrl_fw_name[16];
+ uint16_t num_vfs;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_func_vf_free_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_func_vf_free_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * This field represents the name of network control firmware
- * (ASCII chars with NULL at the end).
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
- uint32_t reserved2[4];
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/********************
+ * hwrm_func_vf_cfg *
+ ********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_vf_cfg_input (size:448b/56B) */
+struct hwrm_func_vf_cfg_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This field is reserved for future use. The responder should
- * set it to 0. The requester should ignore this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- char roce_fw_name[16];
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This field represents the name of RoCE FW (ASCII chars with
- * NULL at the end).
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t chip_num;
- /* This field returns the chip number. */
- uint8_t chip_rev;
- /* This field returns the revision of chip. */
- uint8_t chip_metal;
- /* This field returns the chip metal number. */
- uint8_t chip_bond_id;
- /* This field returns the bond id of the chip. */
- uint8_t chip_platform_type;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * This value indicates the type of platform used for chip
- * implementation.
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- /* ASIC */
- #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_CHIP_PLATFORM_TYPE_ASIC UINT32_C(0x0)
- /* FPGA platform of the chip. */
- #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_CHIP_PLATFORM_TYPE_FPGA UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* Palladium platform of the chip. */
- #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_CHIP_PLATFORM_TYPE_PALLADIUM UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint16_t max_req_win_len;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This field returns the maximum value of request window that
- * is supported by the HWRM. The request window is mapped into
- * device address space using MMIO.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint16_t max_resp_len;
- /* This field returns the maximum value of response buffer in bytes. */
- uint16_t def_req_timeout;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t enables;
/*
- * This field returns the default request timeout value in
- * milliseconds.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the mtu field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint8_t init_pending;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_MTU \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This field will indicate if any subsystems is not fully
- * initialized.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the guest_vlan field to be
+ * configured.
*/
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_GUEST_VLAN \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * If set to 1, device is not ready. If set to 0, device is
- * ready to accept all HWRM commands.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the async_event_cr field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_INIT_PENDING_DEV_NOT_RDY UINT32_C(0x1)
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t valid;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_ASYNC_EVENT_CR \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the dflt_mac_addr field to be
+ * configured.
*/
-} __attribute__((packed));
-
-/* hwrm_func_reset */
-/*
- * Description: This command resets a hardware function (PCIe function) and
- * frees any resources used by the function. This command shall be initiated by
- * the driver after an FLR has occurred to prepare the function for re-use. This
- * command may also be initiated by a driver prior to doing it's own
- * configuration. This command puts the function into the reset state. In the
- * reset state, global and port related features of the chip are not available.
- */
-/*
- * Note: This command will reset a function that has already been disabled or
- * idled. The command returns all the resources owned by the function so a new
- * driver may allocate and configure resources normally.
- */
-/* Input (24 bytes) */
-struct hwrm_func_reset_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_DFLT_MAC_ADDR \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the num_rsscos_ctxs field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_RSSCOS_CTXS \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the num_cmpl_rings field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_CMPL_RINGS \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * This bit must be '1' for the num_tx_rings field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_TX_RINGS \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the num_rx_rings field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint32_t enables;
- /* This bit must be '1' for the vf_id_valid field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_RESET_INPUT_ENABLES_VF_ID_VALID UINT32_C(0x1)
- uint16_t vf_id;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_RX_RINGS \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
/*
- * The ID of the VF that this PF is trying to reset. Only the
- * parent PF shall be allowed to reset a child VF. A parent PF
- * driver shall use this field only when a specific child VF is
- * requested to be reset.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the num_l2_ctxs field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint8_t func_reset_level;
- /* This value indicates the level of a function reset. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_L2_CTXS \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
/*
- * Reset the caller function and its children
- * VFs (if any). If no children functions exist,
- * then reset the caller function only.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the num_vnics field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_RESET_INPUT_FUNC_RESET_LEVEL_RESETALL UINT32_C(0x0)
- /* Reset the caller function only */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_RESET_INPUT_FUNC_RESET_LEVEL_RESETME UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_VNICS \
+ UINT32_C(0x200)
/*
- * Reset all children VFs of the caller function
- * driver if the caller is a PF driver. It is an
- * error to specify this level by a VF driver.
- * It is an error to specify this level by a PF
- * driver with no children VFs.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the num_stat_ctxs field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_RESET_INPUT_FUNC_RESET_LEVEL_RESETCHILDREN \
- UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_STAT_CTXS \
+ UINT32_C(0x400)
/*
- * Reset a specific VF of the caller function
- * driver if the caller is the parent PF driver.
- * It is an error to specify this level by a VF
- * driver. It is an error to specify this level
- * by a PF driver that is not the parent of the
- * VF that is being requested to reset.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the num_hw_ring_grps field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_RESET_INPUT_FUNC_RESET_LEVEL_RESETVF UINT32_C(0x3)
- uint8_t unused_0;
-} __attribute__((packed));
-
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
-struct hwrm_func_reset_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_HW_RING_GRPS \
+ UINT32_C(0x800)
/*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
+ * The maximum transmission unit requested on the function.
+ * The HWRM should make sure that the mtu of
+ * the function does not exceed the mtu of the physical
+ * port that this function is associated with.
+ *
+ * In addition to requesting mtu per function, it is
+ * possible to configure mtu per transmit ring.
+ * By default, the mtu of each transmit ring associated
+ * with a function is equal to the mtu of the function.
+ * The HWRM should make sure that the mtu of each transmit
+ * ring that is assigned to a function has a valid mtu.
*/
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint16_t mtu;
/*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
+ * The guest VLAN for the function being configured.
+ * This field's format is same as 802.1Q Tag's
+ * Tag Control Information (TCI) format that includes both
+ * Priority Code Point (PCP) and VLAN Identifier (VID).
*/
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
+ uint16_t guest_vlan;
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * ID of the target completion ring for receiving asynchronous
+ * event completions. If this field is not valid, then the
+ * HWRM shall use the default completion ring of the function
+ * that is being configured as the target completion ring for
+ * providing any asynchronous event completions for that
+ * function.
+ * If this field is valid, then the HWRM shall use the
+ * completion ring identified by this ID as the target
+ * completion ring for providing any asynchronous event
+ * completions for the function that is being configured.
*/
-} __attribute__((packed));
-
-/* hwrm_func_vf_cfg */
-/*
- * Description: This command allows configuration of a VF by its driver. If this
- * function is called by a PF driver, then the HWRM shall fail this command. If
- * guest VLAN and/or MAC address are provided in this command, then the HWRM
- * shall set up appropriate MAC/VLAN filters for the VF that is being
- * configured. A VF driver should set VF MTU/MRU using this command prior to
- * allocating RX VNICs or TX rings for the corresponding VF.
- */
-/* Input (32 bytes) */
-struct hwrm_func_vf_cfg_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ uint16_t async_event_cr;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format for the
- * rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * This value is the current MAC address requested by the VF
+ * driver to be configured on this VF. A value of
+ * 00-00-00-00-00-00 indicates no MAC address configuration
+ * is requested by the VF driver.
+ * The parent PF driver may reject or overwrite this
+ * MAC address.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint8_t dflt_mac_addr[6];
+ uint32_t flags;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request will be
- * optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no CR completion
- * will be generated. Any other value must be a valid CR ring_id value
- * for this function.
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of TX rings) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_TX_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function ids
- * 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of RX rings) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RX_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written when the
- * request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned and must be
- * cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of CMPL rings) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
*/
- uint32_t enables;
- /* This bit must be '1' for the mtu field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_MTU UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the guest_vlan field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_GUEST_VLAN UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_CMPL_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
- * This bit must be '1' for the async_event_cr field to be configured.
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of RSS ctx) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_ASYNC_EVENT_CR UINT32_C(0x4)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the dflt_mac_addr field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_DFLT_MAC_ADDR UINT32_C(0x8)
- uint16_t mtu;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RSSCOS_CTX_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
/*
- * The maximum transmission unit requested on the function. The HWRM
- * should make sure that the mtu of the function does not exceed the mtu
- * of the physical port that this function is associated with. In
- * addition to requesting mtu per function, it is possible to configure
- * mtu per transmit ring. By default, the mtu of each transmit ring
- * associated with a function is equal to the mtu of the function. The
- * HWRM should make sure that the mtu of each transmit ring that is
- * assigned to a function has a valid mtu.
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of ring groups) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
*/
- uint16_t guest_vlan;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RING_GRP_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
/*
- * The guest VLAN for the function being configured. This field's format
- * is same as 802.1Q Tag's Tag Control Information (TCI) format that
- * includes both Priority Code Point (PCP) and VLAN Identifier (VID).
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of stat ctx) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
*/
- uint16_t async_event_cr;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_STAT_CTX_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
/*
- * ID of the target completion ring for receiving asynchronous event
- * completions. If this field is not valid, then the HWRM shall use the
- * default completion ring of the function that is being configured as
- * the target completion ring for providing any asynchronous event
- * completions for that function. If this field is valid, then the HWRM
- * shall use the completion ring identified by this ID as the target
- * completion ring for providing any asynchronous event completions for
- * the function that is being configured.
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of VNICs) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
*/
- uint8_t dflt_mac_addr[6];
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_VNIC_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
/*
- * This value is the current MAC address requested by the VF driver to
- * be configured on this VF. A value of 00-00-00-00-00-00 indicates no
- * MAC address configuration is requested by the VF driver. The parent
- * PF driver may reject or overwrite this MAC address.
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of L2 ctx) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
*/
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VF_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_L2_CTX_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
+ /* The number of RSS/COS contexts requested for the VF. */
+ uint16_t num_rsscos_ctxs;
+ /* The number of completion rings requested for the VF. */
+ uint16_t num_cmpl_rings;
+ /* The number of transmit rings requested for the VF. */
+ uint16_t num_tx_rings;
+ /* The number of receive rings requested for the VF. */
+ uint16_t num_rx_rings;
+ /* The number of L2 contexts requested for the VF. */
+ uint16_t num_l2_ctxs;
+ /* The number of vnics requested for the VF. */
+ uint16_t num_vnics;
+ /* The number of statistic contexts requested for the VF. */
+ uint16_t num_stat_ctxs;
+ /* The number of HW ring groups requested for the VF. */
+ uint16_t num_hw_ring_grps;
+ uint8_t unused_0[4];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
-
+/* hwrm_func_vf_cfg_output (size:128b/16B) */
struct hwrm_func_vf_cfg_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
- /*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in parameters,
- * and fail the call with an error when appropriate
- */
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
- /*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
- */
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output is
- * completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1' to
- * indicate that the output has been completely written. When writing a
- * command completion or response to an internal processor, the order of
- * writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
+ uint8_t valid;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_func_qcaps */
-/*
- * Description: This command returns capabilities of a function. The input FID
- * value is used to indicate what function is being queried. This allows a
- * physical function driver to query virtual functions that are children of the
- * physical function. The output FID value is needed to configure Rings and
- * MSI-X vectors so their DMA operations appear correctly on the PCI bus.
- */
-/* Input (24 bytes) */
+/*******************
+ * hwrm_func_qcaps *
+ *******************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_qcaps_input (size:192b/24B) */
struct hwrm_func_qcaps_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint16_t fid;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
/*
- * Function ID of the function that is being queried. 0xFF...
- * (All Fs) if the query is for the requesting function.
+ * Function ID of the function that is being queried.
+ * 0xFF... (All Fs) if the query is for the requesting
+ * function.
*/
- uint16_t unused_0[3];
+ uint16_t fid;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (80 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_func_qcaps_output (size:640b/80B) */
struct hwrm_func_qcaps_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
- /*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
- */
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
- /*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
- */
- uint16_t fid;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
/*
- * FID value. This value is used to identify operations on the
- * PCI bus as belonging to a particular PCI function.
+ * FID value. This value is used to identify operations on the PCI
+ * bus as belonging to a particular PCI function.
*/
- uint16_t port_id;
+ uint16_t fid;
/*
- * Port ID of port that this function is associated with. Valid
- * only for the PF. 0xFF... (All Fs) if this function is not
- * associated with any port. 0xFF... (All Fs) if this function
- * is called from a VF.
+ * Port ID of port that this function is associated with.
+ * Valid only for the PF.
+ * 0xFF... (All Fs) if this function is not associated with
+ * any port.
+ * 0xFF... (All Fs) if this function is called from a VF.
*/
- uint32_t flags;
+ uint16_t port_id;
+ uint32_t flags;
/* If 1, then Push mode is supported on this function. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PUSH_MODE_SUPPORTED UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PUSH_MODE_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
* If 1, then the global MSI-X auto-masking is enabled for the
* device.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_GLOBAL_MSIX_AUTOMASKING \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_GLOBAL_MSIX_AUTOMASKING \
UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * If 1, then the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) processing is
- * supported on this function. The HWRM should enable PTP on
- * only a single Physical Function (PF) per port.
+ * If 1, then the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) processing
+ * is supported on this function.
+ * The HWRM should enable PTP on only a single Physical
+ * Function (PF) per port.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PTP_SUPPORTED UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PTP_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
- * If 1, then RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) v1 is
- * supported on this function.
+ * If 1, then RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) v1
+ * is supported on this function.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_ROCE_V1_SUPPORTED UINT32_C(0x8)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_ROCE_V1_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
/*
- * If 1, then RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) v2 is
- * supported on this function.
+ * If 1, then RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) v2
+ * is supported on this function.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_ROCE_V2_SUPPORTED UINT32_C(0x10)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_ROCE_V2_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
/*
- * If 1, then control and configuration of WoL magic packet are
- * supported on this function.
+ * If 1, then control and configuration of WoL magic packet
+ * are supported on this function.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_WOL_MAGICPKT_SUPPORTED \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_WOL_MAGICPKT_SUPPORTED \
UINT32_C(0x20)
/*
- * If 1, then control and configuration of bitmap pattern packet
- * are supported on this function.
+ * If 1, then control and configuration of bitmap pattern
+ * packet are supported on this function.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_WOL_BMP_SUPPORTED UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_WOL_BMP_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
/*
* If set to 1, then the control and configuration of rate limit
* of an allocated TX ring on the queried function is supported.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_TX_RING_RL_SUPPORTED UINT32_C(0x80)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_TX_RING_RL_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
/*
- * If 1, then control and configuration of minimum and maximum
- * bandwidths are supported on the queried function.
+ * If 1, then control and configuration of minimum and
+ * maximum bandwidths are supported on the queried function.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_TX_BW_CFG_SUPPORTED UINT32_C(0x100)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_TX_BW_CFG_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
/*
- * If the query is for a VF, then this flag shall be ignored. If
- * this query is for a PF and this flag is set to 1, then the PF
- * has the capability to set the rate limits on the TX rings of
- * its children VFs. If this query is for a PF and this flag is
- * set to 0, then the PF does not have the capability to set the
- * rate limits on the TX rings of its children VFs.
+ * If the query is for a VF, then this flag shall be ignored.
+ * If this query is for a PF and this flag is set to 1,
+ * then the PF has the capability to set the rate limits
+ * on the TX rings of its children VFs.
+ * If this query is for a PF and this flag is set to 0, then
+ * the PF does not have the capability to set the rate limits
+ * on the TX rings of its children VFs.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_VF_TX_RING_RL_SUPPORTED \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_VF_TX_RING_RL_SUPPORTED \
UINT32_C(0x200)
/*
- * If the query is for a VF, then this flag shall be ignored. If
- * this query is for a PF and this flag is set to 1, then the PF
- * has the capability to set the minimum and/or maximum
- * bandwidths for its children VFs. If this query is for a PF
- * and this flag is set to 0, then the PF does not have the
- * capability to set the minimum or maximum bandwidths for its
- * children VFs.
+ * If the query is for a VF, then this flag shall be ignored.
+ * If this query is for a PF and this flag is set to 1,
+ * then the PF has the capability to set the minimum and/or
+ * maximum bandwidths for its children VFs.
+ * If this query is for a PF and this flag is set to 0, then
+ * the PF does not have the capability to set the minimum or
+ * maximum bandwidths for its children VFs.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_VF_BW_CFG_SUPPORTED UINT32_C(0x400)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_VF_BW_CFG_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x400)
/*
* Standard TX Ring mode is used for the allocation of TX ring
* and underlying scheduling resources that allow bandwidth
- * reservation and limit settings on the queried function. If
- * set to 1, then standard TX ring mode is supported on the
- * queried function. If set to 0, then standard TX ring mode is
- * not available on the queried function.
+ * reservation and limit settings on the queried function.
+ * If set to 1, then standard TX ring mode is supported
+ * on the queried function.
+ * If set to 0, then standard TX ring mode is not available
+ * on the queried function.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_STD_TX_RING_MODE_SUPPORTED \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_STD_TX_RING_MODE_SUPPORTED \
UINT32_C(0x800)
- uint8_t mac_address[6];
+ /*
+ * If the query is for a VF, then this flag shall be ignored,
+ * If this query is for a PF and this flag is set to 1,
+ * then the PF has the capability to detect GENEVE tunnel
+ * flags.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_GENEVE_TUN_FLAGS_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x1000)
+ /*
+ * If the query is for a VF, then this flag shall be ignored,
+ * If this query is for a PF and this flag is set to 1,
+ * then the PF has the capability to detect NVGRE tunnel
+ * flags.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_NVGRE_TUN_FLAGS_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x2000)
+ /*
+ * If the query is for a VF, then this flag shall be ignored,
+ * If this query is for a PF and this flag is set to 1,
+ * then the PF has the capability to detect GRE tunnel
+ * flags.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_GRE_TUN_FLAGS_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x4000)
+ /*
+ * If the query is for a VF, then this flag shall be ignored,
+ * If this query is for a PF and this flag is set to 1,
+ * then the PF has the capability to detect MPLS tunnel
+ * flags.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_MPLS_TUN_FLAGS_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x8000)
+ /*
+ * If the query is for a VF, then this flag shall be ignored,
+ * If this query is for a PF and this flag is set to 1,
+ * then the PF has the capability to support pcie stats.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PCIE_STATS_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x10000)
/*
* This value is current MAC address configured for this
- * function. A value of 00-00-00-00-00-00 indicates no MAC
- * address is currently configured.
+ * function. A value of 00-00-00-00-00-00 indicates no
+ * MAC address is currently configured.
*/
- uint16_t max_rsscos_ctx;
+ uint8_t mac_address[6];
/*
- * The maximum number of RSS/COS contexts that can be allocated
- * to the function.
+ * The maximum number of RSS/COS contexts that can be
+ * allocated to the function.
*/
- uint16_t max_cmpl_rings;
+ uint16_t max_rsscos_ctx;
/*
- * The maximum number of completion rings that can be allocated
- * to the function.
+ * The maximum number of completion rings that can be
+ * allocated to the function.
*/
- uint16_t max_tx_rings;
+ uint16_t max_cmpl_rings;
/*
- * The maximum number of transmit rings that can be allocated to
- * the function.
+ * The maximum number of transmit rings that can be
+ * allocated to the function.
*/
- uint16_t max_rx_rings;
+ uint16_t max_tx_rings;
/*
- * The maximum number of receive rings that can be allocated to
- * the function.
+ * The maximum number of receive rings that can be
+ * allocated to the function.
*/
- uint16_t max_l2_ctxs;
+ uint16_t max_rx_rings;
/*
- * The maximum number of L2 contexts that can be allocated to
- * the function.
+ * The maximum number of L2 contexts that can be
+ * allocated to the function.
*/
- uint16_t max_vnics;
+ uint16_t max_l2_ctxs;
/*
- * The maximum number of VNICs that can be allocated to the
- * function.
+ * The maximum number of VNICs that can be
+ * allocated to the function.
*/
- uint16_t first_vf_id;
+ uint16_t max_vnics;
/*
- * The identifier for the first VF enabled on a PF. This is
- * valid only on the PF with SR-IOV enabled. 0xFF... (All Fs) if
- * this command is called on a PF with SR-IOV disabled or on a
- * VF.
+ * The identifier for the first VF enabled on a PF. This
+ * is valid only on the PF with SR-IOV enabled.
+ * 0xFF... (All Fs) if this command is called on a PF with
+ * SR-IOV disabled or on a VF.
*/
- uint16_t max_vfs;
+ uint16_t first_vf_id;
/*
- * The maximum number of VFs that can be allocated to the
- * function. This is valid only on the PF with SR-IOV enabled.
- * 0xFF... (All Fs) if this command is called on a PF with SR-
- * IOV disabled or on a VF.
+ * The maximum number of VFs that can be
+ * allocated to the function. This is valid only on the
+ * PF with SR-IOV enabled. 0xFF... (All Fs) if this
+ * command is called on a PF with SR-IOV disabled or
+ * on a VF.
*/
- uint16_t max_stat_ctx;
+ uint16_t max_vfs;
/*
* The maximum number of statistic contexts that can be
* allocated to the function.
*/
- uint32_t max_encap_records;
+ uint16_t max_stat_ctx;
/*
* The maximum number of Encapsulation records that can be
* offloaded by this function.
*/
- uint32_t max_decap_records;
+ uint32_t max_encap_records;
/*
- * The maximum number of decapsulation records that can be
- * offloaded by this function.
+ * The maximum number of decapsulation records that can
+ * be offloaded by this function.
*/
- uint32_t max_tx_em_flows;
+ uint32_t max_decap_records;
/*
- * The maximum number of Exact Match (EM) flows that can be
+ * The maximum number of Exact Match (EM) flows that can be
* offloaded by this function on the TX side.
*/
- uint32_t max_tx_wm_flows;
+ uint32_t max_tx_em_flows;
/*
- * The maximum number of Wildcard Match (WM) flows that can be
- * offloaded by this function on the TX side.
+ * The maximum number of Wildcard Match (WM) flows that can
+ * be offloaded by this function on the TX side.
*/
- uint32_t max_rx_em_flows;
+ uint32_t max_tx_wm_flows;
/*
- * The maximum number of Exact Match (EM) flows that can be
+ * The maximum number of Exact Match (EM) flows that can be
* offloaded by this function on the RX side.
*/
- uint32_t max_rx_wm_flows;
+ uint32_t max_rx_em_flows;
/*
- * The maximum number of Wildcard Match (WM) flows that can be
- * offloaded by this function on the RX side.
+ * The maximum number of Wildcard Match (WM) flows that can
+ * be offloaded by this function on the RX side.
*/
- uint32_t max_mcast_filters;
+ uint32_t max_rx_wm_flows;
/*
- * The maximum number of multicast filters that can be supported
- * by this function on the RX side.
+ * The maximum number of multicast filters that can
+ * be supported by this function on the RX side.
*/
- uint32_t max_flow_id;
+ uint32_t max_mcast_filters;
/*
- * The maximum value of flow_id that can be supported in
- * completion records.
+ * The maximum value of flow_id that can be supported
+ * in completion records.
*/
- uint32_t max_hw_ring_grps;
+ uint32_t max_flow_id;
/*
- * The maximum number of HW ring groups that can be supported on
- * this function.
+ * The maximum number of HW ring groups that can be
+ * supported on this function.
*/
- uint16_t max_sp_tx_rings;
+ uint32_t max_hw_ring_grps;
/*
- * The maximum number of strict priority transmit rings that can
- * be allocated to the function. This number indicates the
- * maximum number of TX rings that can be assigned strict
- * priorities out of the maximum number of TX rings that can be
- * allocated (max_tx_rings) to the function.
+ * The maximum number of strict priority transmit rings
+ * that can be allocated to the function.
+ * This number indicates the maximum number of TX rings
+ * that can be assigned strict priorities out of the
+ * maximum number of TX rings that can be allocated
+ * (max_tx_rings) to the function.
*/
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint8_t valid;
+ uint16_t max_sp_tx_rings;
+ uint8_t unused_0;
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
+ uint8_t valid;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_func_qcfg */
-/*
- * Description: This command returns the current configuration of a function.
- * The input FID value is used to indicate what function is being queried. This
- * allows a physical function driver to query virtual functions that are
- * children of the physical function. The output FID value is needed to
- * configure Rings and MSI-X vectors so their DMA operations appear correctly on
- * the PCI bus. This command should be called by every driver after
- * 'hwrm_func_cfg' to get the actual number of resources allocated by the HWRM.
- * The values returned by hwrm_func_qcfg are the values the driver shall use.
- * These values may be different than what was originally requested in the
- * 'hwrm_func_cfg' command.
- */
-/* Input (24 bytes) */
+/******************
+ * hwrm_func_qcfg *
+ ******************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_qcfg_input (size:192b/24B) */
struct hwrm_func_qcfg_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint16_t fid;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
/*
- * Function ID of the function that is being queried. 0xFF...
- * (All Fs) if the query is for the requesting function.
+ * Function ID of the function that is being queried.
+ * 0xFF... (All Fs) if the query is for the requesting
+ * function.
*/
- uint16_t unused_0[3];
+ uint16_t fid;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (72 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_func_qcfg_output (size:640b/80B) */
struct hwrm_func_qcfg_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
- /*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
- */
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
- /*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
- */
- uint16_t fid;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
/*
- * FID value. This value is used to identify operations on the
- * PCI bus as belonging to a particular PCI function.
+ * FID value. This value is used to identify operations on the PCI
+ * bus as belonging to a particular PCI function.
*/
- uint16_t port_id;
+ uint16_t fid;
/*
* Port ID of port that this function is associated with.
- * 0xFF... (All Fs) if this function is not associated with any
- * port.
+ * 0xFF... (All Fs) if this function is not associated with
+ * any port.
*/
- uint16_t vlan;
+ uint16_t port_id;
/*
- * This value is the current VLAN setting for this function. The
- * value of 0 for this field indicates no priority tagging or
- * VLAN is used. This field's format is same as 802.1Q Tag's Tag
- * Control Information (TCI) format that includes both Priority
- * Code Point (PCP) and VLAN Identifier (VID).
+ * This value is the current VLAN setting for this
+ * function. The value of 0 for this field indicates
+ * no priority tagging or VLAN is used.
+ * This field's format is same as 802.1Q Tag's
+ * Tag Control Information (TCI) format that includes both
+ * Priority Code Point (PCP) and VLAN Identifier (VID).
*/
- uint16_t flags;
+ uint16_t vlan;
+ uint16_t flags;
/*
* If 1, then magic packet based Out-Of-Box WoL is enabled on
* the port associated with this function.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_OOB_WOL_MAGICPKT_ENABLED \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_OOB_WOL_MAGICPKT_ENABLED \
UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * If 1, then bitmap pattern based Out-Of-Box WoL packet is
- * enabled on the port associated with this function.
+ * If 1, then bitmap pattern based Out-Of-Box WoL packet is enabled
+ * on the port associated with this function.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_OOB_WOL_BMP_ENABLED UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_OOB_WOL_BMP_ENABLED \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * If set to 1, then FW based DCBX agent is enabled and running
- * on the port associated with this function. If set to 0, then
- * DCBX agent is not running in the firmware.
+ * If set to 1, then FW based DCBX agent is enabled and running on
+ * the port associated with this function.
+ * If set to 0, then DCBX agent is not running in the firmware.
*/
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_FW_DCBX_AGENT_ENABLED \
UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
* Standard TX Ring mode is used for the allocation of TX ring
* and underlying scheduling resources that allow bandwidth
- * reservation and limit settings on the queried function. If
- * set to 1, then standard TX ring mode is enabled on the
- * queried function. If set to 0, then the standard TX ring mode
- * is disabled on the queried function. In this extended TX ring
- * resource mode, the minimum and maximum bandwidth settings are
- * not supported to allow the allocation of TX rings to span
- * multiple scheduler nodes.
- */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_STD_TX_RING_MODE_ENABLED \
+ * reservation and limit settings on the queried function.
+ * If set to 1, then standard TX ring mode is enabled
+ * on the queried function.
+ * If set to 0, then the standard TX ring mode is disabled
+ * on the queried function. In this extended TX ring resource
+ * mode, the minimum and maximum bandwidth settings are not
+ * supported to allow the allocation of TX rings to span multiple
+ * scheduler nodes.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_STD_TX_RING_MODE_ENABLED \
UINT32_C(0x8)
/*
- * If set to 1 then FW based LLDP agent is enabled and running
- * on the port associated with this function. If set to 0 then
- * the LLDP agent is not running in the firmware.
+ * If set to 1 then FW based LLDP agent is enabled and running on
+ * the port associated with this function.
+ * If set to 0 then the LLDP agent is not running in the firmware.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_FW_LLDP_AGENT_ENABLED UINT32_C(0x10)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_FW_LLDP_AGENT_ENABLED \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
/*
- * If set to 1, then multi-host mode is active for this
- * function. If set to 0, then multi-host mode is inactive for
- * this function or not applicable for this device.
+ * If set to 1, then multi-host mode is active for this function.
+ * If set to 0, then multi-host mode is inactive for this function
+ * or not applicable for this device.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_MULTI_HOST UINT32_C(0x20)
- uint8_t mac_address[6];
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_MULTI_HOST \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
/*
* This value is current MAC address configured for this
- * function. A value of 00-00-00-00-00-00 indicates no MAC
- * address is currently configured.
+ * function. A value of 00-00-00-00-00-00 indicates no
+ * MAC address is currently configured.
*/
- uint16_t pci_id;
+ uint8_t mac_address[6];
/*
- * This value is current PCI ID of this function. If ARI is
- * enabled, then it is Bus Number (8b):Function Number(8b).
- * Otherwise, it is Bus Number (8b):Device Number (4b):Function
- * Number(4b).
+ * This value is current PCI ID of this
+ * function. If ARI is enabled, then it is
+ * Bus Number (8b):Function Number(8b). Otherwise, it is
+ * Bus Number (8b):Device Number (4b):Function Number(4b).
+ * If multi-host mode is active, the 4 lsb will indicate
+ * the PF index for this function.
*/
- uint16_t alloc_rsscos_ctx;
+ uint16_t pci_id;
/*
- * The number of RSS/COS contexts currently allocated to the
- * function.
+ * The number of RSS/COS contexts currently
+ * allocated to the function.
*/
- uint16_t alloc_cmpl_rings;
+ uint16_t alloc_rsscos_ctx;
/*
- * The number of completion rings currently allocated to the
- * function. This does not include the rings allocated to any
- * children functions if any.
+ * The number of completion rings currently allocated to
+ * the function. This does not include the rings allocated
+ * to any children functions if any.
*/
- uint16_t alloc_tx_rings;
+ uint16_t alloc_cmpl_rings;
/*
- * The number of transmit rings currently allocated to the
- * function. This does not include the rings allocated to any
- * children functions if any.
+ * The number of transmit rings currently allocated to
+ * the function. This does not include the rings allocated
+ * to any children functions if any.
*/
- uint16_t alloc_rx_rings;
+ uint16_t alloc_tx_rings;
/*
- * The number of receive rings currently allocated to the
- * function. This does not include the rings allocated to any
- * children functions if any.
+ * The number of receive rings currently allocated to
+ * the function. This does not include the rings allocated
+ * to any children functions if any.
*/
- uint16_t alloc_l2_ctx;
+ uint16_t alloc_rx_rings;
/* The allocated number of L2 contexts to the function. */
- uint16_t alloc_vnics;
+ uint16_t alloc_l2_ctx;
/* The allocated number of vnics to the function. */
- uint16_t mtu;
+ uint16_t alloc_vnics;
/*
- * The maximum transmission unit of the function. For rings
- * allocated on this function, this default value is used if
- * ring MTU is not specified.
+ * The maximum transmission unit of the function.
+ * For rings allocated on this function, this default
+ * value is used if ring MTU is not specified.
*/
- uint16_t mru;
+ uint16_t mtu;
/*
- * The maximum receive unit of the function. For vnics allocated
- * on this function, this default value is used if vnic MRU is
- * not specified.
+ * The maximum receive unit of the function.
+ * For vnics allocated on this function, this default
+ * value is used if vnic MRU is not specified.
*/
- uint16_t stat_ctx_id;
+ uint16_t mru;
/* The statistics context assigned to a function. */
- uint8_t port_partition_type;
+ uint16_t stat_ctx_id;
/*
- * The HWRM shall return Unknown value for this field when this
- * command is used to query VF's configuration.
+ * The HWRM shall return Unknown value for this field
+ * when this command is used to query VF's configuration.
*/
+ uint8_t port_partition_type;
/* Single physical function */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PARTITION_TYPE_SPF UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PARTITION_TYPE_SPF UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Multiple physical functions */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PARTITION_TYPE_MPFS UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PARTITION_TYPE_MPFS UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Network Partitioning 1.0 */
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PARTITION_TYPE_NPAR1_0 UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Network Partitioning 1.5 */
@@ -2817,62 +4375,64 @@ struct hwrm_func_qcfg_output {
/* Network Partitioning 2.0 */
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PARTITION_TYPE_NPAR2_0 UINT32_C(0x4)
/* Unknown */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PARTITION_TYPE_UNKNOWN UINT32_C(0xff)
- uint8_t port_pf_cnt;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PARTITION_TYPE_UNKNOWN \
+ UINT32_C(0xff)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PARTITION_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PARTITION_TYPE_UNKNOWN
/*
- * This field will indicate number of physical functions on this
- * port_partition. HWRM shall return unavail (i.e. value of 0)
- * for this field when this command is used to query VF's
- * configuration or from older firmware that doesn't support
- * this field.
+ * This field will indicate number of physical functions on this port_partition.
+ * HWRM shall return unavail (i.e. value of 0) for this field
+ * when this command is used to query VF's configuration or
+ * from older firmware that doesn't support this field.
*/
+ uint8_t port_pf_cnt;
/* number of PFs is not available */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PF_CNT_UNAVAIL UINT32_C(0x0)
- uint16_t dflt_vnic_id;
- /* The default VNIC ID assigned to a function that is being queried. */
- uint16_t max_mtu_configured;
- /*
- * This value specifies the MAX MTU that can be configured by
- * host drivers. This 'max_mtu_configure' can be HW max MTU or
- * OEM applications specified value. Host drivers can't
- * configure the MTU greater than this value. Host drivers
- * should read this value prior to configuring the MTU. FW will
- * fail the host request with MTU greater than
- * 'max_mtu_configured'.
- */
- uint32_t min_bw;
- /*
- * Minimum BW allocated for this function. The HWRM will
- * translate this value into byte counter and time interval used
- * for the scheduler inside the device. A value of 0 indicates
- * the minimum bandwidth is not configured.
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PF_CNT_UNAVAIL UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PF_CNT_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_PF_CNT_UNAVAIL
+ /*
+ * The default VNIC ID assigned to a function that is
+ * being queried.
+ */
+ uint16_t dflt_vnic_id;
+ uint16_t max_mtu_configured;
+ /*
+ * Minimum BW allocated for this function.
+ * The HWRM will translate this value into byte counter and
+ * time interval used for the scheduler inside the device.
+ * A value of 0 indicates the minimum bandwidth is not
+ * configured.
*/
+ uint32_t min_bw;
/* The bandwidth value. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_MASK UINT32_C(0xfffffff)
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_SFT 0
- /* The granularity of the value (bits or bytes). */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE UINT32_C(0x10000000)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xfffffff)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_SFT 0
+ /* The granularity of the value (bits or bytes). */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE \
+ UINT32_C(0x10000000)
/* Value is in bits. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE_BITS (UINT32_C(0x0) << 28)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE_BITS \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 28)
/* Value is in bytes. */
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE_BYTES \
(UINT32_C(0x1) << 28)
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE_LAST \
- FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE_BYTES
+ HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE_BYTES
/* bw_value_unit is 3 b */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_MASK \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_MASK \
UINT32_C(0xe0000000)
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_SFT 29
- /* Value is in Mb or MB (base 10). */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_SFT 29
+ /* Value is in Mb or MB (base 10). */
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_MEGA \
(UINT32_C(0x0) << 29)
- /* Value is in Kb or KB (base 10). */
+ /* Value is in Kb or KB (base 10). */
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_KILO \
(UINT32_C(0x2) << 29)
/* Value is in bits or bytes. */
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_BASE \
(UINT32_C(0x4) << 29)
- /* Value is in Gb or GB (base 10). */
+ /* Value is in Gb or GB (base 10). */
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_GIGA \
(UINT32_C(0x6) << 29)
/* Value is in 1/100th of a percentage of total bandwidth. */
@@ -2882,40 +4442,44 @@ struct hwrm_func_qcfg_output {
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_INVALID \
(UINT32_C(0x7) << 29)
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_LAST \
- FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_INVALID
- uint32_t max_bw;
+ HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_INVALID
/*
- * Maximum BW allocated for this function. The HWRM will
- * translate this value into byte counter and time interval used
- * for the scheduler inside the device. A value of 0 indicates
- * that the maximum bandwidth is not configured.
+ * Maximum BW allocated for this function.
+ * The HWRM will translate this value into byte counter and
+ * time interval used for the scheduler inside the device.
+ * A value of 0 indicates that the maximum bandwidth is not
+ * configured.
*/
+ uint32_t max_bw;
/* The bandwidth value. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_MASK UINT32_C(0xfffffff)
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_SFT 0
- /* The granularity of the value (bits or bytes). */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE UINT32_C(0x10000000)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xfffffff)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_SFT 0
+ /* The granularity of the value (bits or bytes). */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE \
+ UINT32_C(0x10000000)
/* Value is in bits. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE_BITS (UINT32_C(0x0) << 28)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE_BITS \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 28)
/* Value is in bytes. */
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE_BYTES \
(UINT32_C(0x1) << 28)
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE_LAST \
- FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE_BYTES
+ HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE_BYTES
/* bw_value_unit is 3 b */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_MASK \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_MASK \
UINT32_C(0xe0000000)
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_SFT 29
- /* Value is in Mb or MB (base 10). */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_SFT 29
+ /* Value is in Mb or MB (base 10). */
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_MEGA \
(UINT32_C(0x0) << 29)
- /* Value is in Kb or KB (base 10). */
+ /* Value is in Kb or KB (base 10). */
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_KILO \
(UINT32_C(0x2) << 29)
/* Value is in bits or bytes. */
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_BASE \
(UINT32_C(0x4) << 29)
- /* Value is in Gb or GB (base 10). */
+ /* Value is in Gb or GB (base 10). */
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_GIGA \
(UINT32_C(0x6) << 29)
/* Value is in 1/100th of a percentage of total bandwidth. */
@@ -2925,566 +4489,722 @@ struct hwrm_func_qcfg_output {
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_INVALID \
(UINT32_C(0x7) << 29)
#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_LAST \
- FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_INVALID
- uint8_t evb_mode;
+ HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_INVALID
/*
* This value indicates the Edge virtual bridge mode for the
* domain that this function belongs to.
*/
- /* No Edge Virtual Bridging (EVB) */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_EVB_MODE_NO_EVB UINT32_C(0x0)
- /* Virtual Ethernet Bridge (VEB) */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_EVB_MODE_VEB UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* Virtual Ethernet Port Aggregator (VEPA) */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_EVB_MODE_VEPA UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint16_t alloc_vfs;
+ uint8_t evb_mode;
+ /* No Edge Virtual Bridging (EVB) */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_EVB_MODE_NO_EVB UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* Virtual Ethernet Bridge (VEB) */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_EVB_MODE_VEB UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* Virtual Ethernet Port Aggregator (VEPA) */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_EVB_MODE_VEPA UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_EVB_MODE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_EVB_MODE_VEPA
+ uint8_t options;
+ /*
+ * This value indicates the PCIE device cache line size.
+ * The cache line size allows the DMA writes to terminate and
+ * start at the cache boundary.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_OPTIONS_CACHE_LINESIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_OPTIONS_CACHE_LINESIZE_SFT 0
+ /* Cache Line Size 64 bytes */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_OPTIONS_CACHE_LINESIZE_SIZE_64 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* Cache Line Size 128 bytes */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_OPTIONS_CACHE_LINESIZE_SIZE_128 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_OPTIONS_CACHE_LINESIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_OPTIONS_CACHE_LINESIZE_SIZE_128
+ /* Reserved for future. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_OPTIONS_RSVD_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xfc)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_OPTIONS_RSVD_SFT 2
+ /*
+ * The number of VFs that are allocated to the function.
+ * This is valid only on the PF with SR-IOV enabled.
+ * 0xFF... (All Fs) if this command is called on a PF with
+ * SR-IOV disabled or on a VF.
+ */
+ uint16_t alloc_vfs;
+ /*
+ * The number of allocated multicast filters for this
+ * function on the RX side.
+ */
+ uint32_t alloc_mcast_filters;
+ /*
+ * The number of allocated HW ring groups for this
+ * function.
+ */
+ uint32_t alloc_hw_ring_grps;
/*
- * The number of VFs that are allocated to the function. This is
- * valid only on the PF with SR-IOV enabled. 0xFF... (All Fs) if
- * this command is called on a PF with SR-IOV disabled or on a
- * VF.
+ * The number of strict priority transmit rings out of
+ * currently allocated TX rings to the function
+ * (alloc_tx_rings).
*/
- uint32_t alloc_mcast_filters;
+ uint16_t alloc_sp_tx_rings;
/*
- * The number of allocated multicast filters for this function
- * on the RX side.
+ * The number of statistics contexts
+ * currently reserved for the function.
*/
- uint32_t alloc_hw_ring_grps;
- /* The number of allocated HW ring groups for this function. */
- uint16_t alloc_sp_tx_rings;
+ uint16_t alloc_stat_ctx;
/*
- * The number of strict priority transmit rings out of currently
- * allocated TX rings to the function (alloc_tx_rings).
+ * This field specifies how many NQs are reserved for the PF.
+ * Remaining NQs that belong to the PF are available for VFs.
+ * Once a PF has created VFs, it cannot change how many NQs are
+ * reserved for itself (since the NQs must be contiguous in HW).
*/
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t valid;
+ uint16_t alloc_msix;
+ uint8_t unused_2[5];
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
+ uint8_t valid;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg */
-/*
- * Description: This command should be called by PF driver to get the current
- * C-TAG, S-TAG and correcponsing PCP and TPID values configured for the
- * function.
- */
-/* Input (24 bytes) */
+/***********************
+ * hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg *
+ ***********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg_input (size:192b/24B) */
struct hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint16_t fid;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
/*
- * Function ID of the function that is being configured. If set
- * to 0xFF... (All Fs), then the configuration is for the
- * requesting function.
+ * Function ID of the function that is being
+ * configured.
+ * If set to 0xFF... (All Fs), then the configuration is
+ * for the requesting function.
*/
- uint16_t unused_0[3];
-};
+ uint16_t fid;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
+} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (40 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg_output (size:320b/40B) */
struct hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
- /*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
- */
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
- /*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
- */
- uint16_t stag_vid;
+ uint8_t valid;
/* S-TAG VLAN identifier configured for the function. */
- uint8_t stag_pcp;
+ uint16_t stag_vid;
/* S-TAG PCP value configured for the function. */
- uint8_t unused_4;
- uint16_t stag_tpid;
+ uint8_t stag_pcp;
+ uint8_t unused_1;
/*
- * S-TAG TPID value configured for the function. This field is
- * specified in network byte order.
+ * S-TAG TPID value configured for the function. This field is specified in
+ * network byte order.
*/
- uint16_t ctag_vid;
+ uint16_t stag_tpid;
/* C-TAG VLAN identifier configured for the function. */
- uint8_t ctag_pcp;
+ uint16_t ctag_vid;
/* C-TAG PCP value configured for the function. */
- uint8_t unused_5;
- uint16_t ctag_tpid;
+ uint8_t ctag_pcp;
+ uint8_t unused_2;
/*
- * C-TAG TPID value configured for the function. This field is
- * specified in network byte order.
+ * C-TAG TPID value configured for the function. This field is specified in
+ * network byte order.
*/
- uint32_t rsvd2;
+ uint16_t ctag_tpid;
/* Future use. */
- uint32_t rsvd3;
+ uint32_t rsvd2;
/* Future use. */
- uint32_t unused_6;
-};
+ uint32_t rsvd3;
+ uint32_t unused_3;
+} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_func_vlan_cfg */
-/*
- * Description: This command allows PF driver to configure C-TAG, S-TAG and
- * corresponding PCP and TPID values for a function.
- */
-/* Input (48 bytes) */
+/**********************
+ * hwrm_func_vlan_cfg *
+ **********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_vlan_cfg_input (size:384b/48B) */
struct hwrm_func_vlan_cfg_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * Function ID of the function that is being
+ * configured.
+ * If set to 0xFF... (All Fs), then the configuration is
+ * for the requesting function.
+ */
+ uint16_t fid;
+ uint8_t unused_0[2];
+ uint32_t enables;
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the stag_vid field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_STAG_VID UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the ctag_vid field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_CTAG_VID UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the stag_pcp field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint16_t fid;
- /*
- * Function ID of the function that is being configured. If set
- * to 0xFF... (All Fs), then the configuration is for the
- * requesting function.
- */
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint32_t enables;
- /* This bit must be '1' for the stag_vid field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_STAG_VID UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the ctag_vid field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_CTAG_VID UINT32_C(0x2)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the stag_pcp field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_STAG_PCP UINT32_C(0x4)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the ctag_pcp field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_CTAG_PCP UINT32_C(0x8)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the stag_tpid field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_STAG_TPID UINT32_C(0x10)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the ctag_tpid field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_CTAG_TPID UINT32_C(0x20)
- uint16_t stag_vid;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_STAG_PCP UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the ctag_pcp field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_CTAG_PCP UINT32_C(0x8)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the stag_tpid field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_STAG_TPID UINT32_C(0x10)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the ctag_tpid field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_VLAN_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_CTAG_TPID UINT32_C(0x20)
/* S-TAG VLAN identifier configured for the function. */
- uint8_t stag_pcp;
+ uint16_t stag_vid;
/* S-TAG PCP value configured for the function. */
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint16_t stag_tpid;
+ uint8_t stag_pcp;
+ uint8_t unused_1;
/*
- * S-TAG TPID value configured for the function. This field is
- * specified in network byte order.
+ * S-TAG TPID value configured for the function. This field is specified in
+ * network byte order.
*/
- uint16_t ctag_vid;
+ uint16_t stag_tpid;
/* C-TAG VLAN identifier configured for the function. */
- uint8_t ctag_pcp;
+ uint16_t ctag_vid;
/* C-TAG PCP value configured for the function. */
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint16_t ctag_tpid;
+ uint8_t ctag_pcp;
+ uint8_t unused_2;
/*
- * C-TAG TPID value configured for the function. This field is
- * specified in network byte order.
+ * C-TAG TPID value configured for the function. This field is specified in
+ * network byte order.
*/
- uint32_t rsvd1;
+ uint16_t ctag_tpid;
/* Future use. */
- uint32_t rsvd2;
+ uint32_t rsvd1;
/* Future use. */
- uint32_t unused_4;
-};
+ uint32_t rsvd2;
+ uint8_t unused_3[4];
+} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_func_vlan_cfg_output (size:128b/16B) */
struct hwrm_func_vlan_cfg_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
- /*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
- */
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
- /*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
- */
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
-};
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_func_cfg */
-/*
- * Description: This command allows configuration of a PF by the corresponding
- * PF driver. This command also allows configuration of a child VF by its parent
- * PF driver. The input FID value is used to indicate what function is being
- * configured. This allows a PF driver to configure the PF owned by itself or a
- * virtual function that is a child of the PF. This command allows to reserve
- * resources for a VF by its parent PF. To reverse the process, the command
- * should be called with all enables flags cleared for resources. This will free
- * allocated resources for the VF and return them to the resource pool. If this
- * command is requested by a VF driver to configure or reserve resources, then
- * the HWRM shall fail this command. If default MAC address and/or VLAN are
- * provided in this command, then the HWRM shall set up appropriate MAC/VLAN
- * filters for the function that is being configured. If source properties
- * checks are enabled and default MAC address and/or IP address are provided in
- * this command, then the HWRM shall set appropriate source property checks
- * based on provided MAC and/or IP addresses. The parent PF driver should not
- * set MTU/MRU for a VF using this command. This is to allow MTU/MRU setting by
- * the VF driver. If the MTU or MRU for a VF is set by the PF driver, then the
- * HWRM should ignore it. A function's MTU/MRU should be set prior to allocating
- * RX VNICs or TX rings. A PF driver calls hwrm_func_cfg to allocate resources
- * for itself or its children VFs. All function drivers shall call hwrm_func_cfg
- * to reserve resources. A request to hwrm_func_cfg may not be fully granted;
- * that is, a request for resources may be larger than what can be supported by
- * the device and the HWRM will allocate the best set of resources available,
- * but that may be less than requested. If all the amounts requested could not
- * be fulfilled, the HWRM shall allocate what it could and return a status code
- * of success. A function driver should call hwrm_func_qcfg immediately after
- * hwrm_func_cfg to determine what resources were assigned to the configured
- * function. A call by a PF driver to hwrm_func_cfg to allocate resources for
- * itself shall only allocate resources for the PF driver to use, not for its
- * children VFs. Likewise, a call to hwrm_func_qcfg shall return the resources
- * available for the PF driver to use, not what is available to its children
- * VFs.
- */
-/* Input (88 bytes) */
+/*****************
+ * hwrm_func_cfg *
+ *****************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_cfg_input (size:704b/88B) */
struct hwrm_func_cfg_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ /*
+ * Function ID of the function that is being
+ * configured.
+ * If set to 0xFF... (All Fs), then the the configuration is
+ * for the requesting function.
*/
- uint16_t fid;
+ uint16_t fid;
/*
- * Function ID of the function that is being configured. If set
- * to 0xFF... (All Fs), then the configuration is for the
- * requesting function.
+ * This field specifies how many NQs will be reserved for the PF.
+ * Remaining NQs that belong to the PF become available for VFs.
+ * Once a PF has created VFs, it cannot change how many NQs are
+ * reserved for itself (since the NQs must be contiguous in HW).
*/
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint32_t flags;
+ uint16_t num_msix;
+ uint32_t flags;
/*
- * When this bit is '1', the function is disabled with source
- * MAC address check. This is an anti-spoofing check. If this
- * flag is set, then the function shall be configured to
- * disallow transmission of frames with the source MAC address
- * that is configured for this function.
+ * When this bit is '1', the function is disabled with
+ * source MAC address check.
+ * This is an anti-spoofing check. If this flag is set,
+ * then the function shall be configured to disallow
+ * transmission of frames with the source MAC address that
+ * is configured for this function.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_SRC_MAC_ADDR_CHECK_DISABLE \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_SRC_MAC_ADDR_CHECK_DISABLE \
UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * When this bit is '1', the function is enabled with source MAC
- * address check. This is an anti-spoofing check. If this flag
- * is set, then the function shall be configured to allow
- * transmission of frames with the source MAC address that is
- * configured for this function.
+ * When this bit is '1', the function is enabled with
+ * source MAC address check.
+ * This is an anti-spoofing check. If this flag is set,
+ * then the function shall be configured to allow
+ * transmission of frames with the source MAC address that
+ * is configured for this function.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_SRC_MAC_ADDR_CHECK_ENABLE \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_SRC_MAC_ADDR_CHECK_ENABLE \
UINT32_C(0x2)
- /* reserved */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RSVD_MASK UINT32_C(0x1fc)
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RSVD_SFT 2
+ /* reserved. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RSVD_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0x1fc)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RSVD_SFT 2
/*
* Standard TX Ring mode is used for the allocation of TX ring
* and underlying scheduling resources that allow bandwidth
- * reservation and limit settings on the queried function. If
- * set to 1, then standard TX ring mode is requested to be
+ * reservation and limit settings on the queried function.
+ * If set to 1, then standard TX ring mode is requested to be
* enabled on the function being configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_STD_TX_RING_MODE_ENABLE \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_STD_TX_RING_MODE_ENABLE \
UINT32_C(0x200)
/*
* Standard TX Ring mode is used for the allocation of TX ring
* and underlying scheduling resources that allow bandwidth
- * reservation and limit settings on the queried function. If
- * set to 1, then the standard TX ring mode is requested to be
- * disabled on the function being configured. In this extended
- * TX ring resource mode, the minimum and maximum bandwidth
- * settings are not supported to allow the allocation of TX
- * rings to span multiple scheduler nodes.
- */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_STD_TX_RING_MODE_DISABLE \
+ * reservation and limit settings on the queried function.
+ * If set to 1, then the standard TX ring mode is requested to
+ * be disabled on the function being configured. In this extended
+ * TX ring resource mode, the minimum and maximum bandwidth settings
+ * are not supported to allow the allocation of TX rings to
+ * span multiple scheduler nodes.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_STD_TX_RING_MODE_DISABLE \
UINT32_C(0x400)
/*
- * If this bit is set, virtual mac address configured in this
- * command will be persistent over warm boot.
+ * If this bit is set, virtual mac address configured
+ * in this command will be persistent over warm boot.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_VIRT_MAC_PERSIST UINT32_C(0x800)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_VIRT_MAC_PERSIST \
+ UINT32_C(0x800)
/*
- * This bit only applies to the VF. If this bit is set, the
- * statistic context counters will not be cleared when the
- * statistic context is freed or a function reset is called on
- * VF. This bit will be cleared when the PF is unloaded or a
- * function reset is called on the PF.
+ * This bit only applies to the VF. If this bit is set, the statistic
+ * context counters will not be cleared when the statistic context is freed
+ * or a function reset is called on VF. This bit will be cleared when the PF
+ * is unloaded or a function reset is called on the PF.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_NO_AUTOCLEAR_STATISTIC \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_NO_AUTOCLEAR_STATISTIC \
UINT32_C(0x1000)
/*
- * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the
- * assets requested in this command (i.e. number of TX rings)
- * are available. The firmware will return an error if the
- * requested assets are not available. The firwmare will NOT
- * reserve the assets if they are available.
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of TX rings) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_TX_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x2000)
+ /*
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of RX rings) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_TX_ASSETS_TEST UINT32_C(0x2000)
- uint32_t enables;
- /* This bit must be '1' for the mtu field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_MTU UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the mru field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_MRU UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RX_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x4000)
+ /*
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of CMPL rings) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_CMPL_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x8000)
+ /*
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of RSS ctx) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RSSCOS_CTX_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x10000)
+ /*
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of ring groups) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RING_GRP_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x20000)
+ /*
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of stat ctx) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_STAT_CTX_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x40000)
+ /*
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of VNICs) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_VNIC_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x80000)
+ /*
+ * This bit requests that the firmware test to see if all the assets
+ * requested in this command (i.e. number of L2 ctx) are available.
+ * The firmware will return an error if the requested assets are
+ * not available. The firwmare will NOT reserve the assets if they
+ * are available.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_L2_CTX_ASSETS_TEST \
+ UINT32_C(0x100000)
+ uint32_t enables;
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the mtu field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_MTU \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the mru field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_MRU \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the num_rsscos_ctxs field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_RSSCOS_CTXS UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_RSSCOS_CTXS \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the num_cmpl_rings field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_CMPL_RINGS UINT32_C(0x8)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the num_tx_rings field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_TX_RINGS UINT32_C(0x10)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the num_rx_rings field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_RX_RINGS UINT32_C(0x20)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the num_l2_ctxs field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_L2_CTXS UINT32_C(0x40)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the num_vnics field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_VNICS UINT32_C(0x80)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_CMPL_RINGS \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the num_tx_rings field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_TX_RINGS \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the num_rx_rings field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_RX_RINGS \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the num_l2_ctxs field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_L2_CTXS \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the num_vnics field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_VNICS \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the num_stat_ctxs field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_STAT_CTXS UINT32_C(0x100)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_STAT_CTXS \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the dflt_mac_addr field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_DFLT_MAC_ADDR UINT32_C(0x200)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the dflt_vlan field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_DFLT_VLAN UINT32_C(0x400)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the dflt_ip_addr field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_DFLT_IP_ADDR UINT32_C(0x800)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the min_bw field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_MIN_BW UINT32_C(0x1000)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the max_bw field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_MAX_BW UINT32_C(0x2000)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_DFLT_MAC_ADDR \
+ UINT32_C(0x200)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the dflt_vlan field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_DFLT_VLAN \
+ UINT32_C(0x400)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the dflt_ip_addr field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_DFLT_IP_ADDR \
+ UINT32_C(0x800)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the min_bw field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_MIN_BW \
+ UINT32_C(0x1000)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the max_bw field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_MAX_BW \
+ UINT32_C(0x2000)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the async_event_cr field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_ASYNC_EVENT_CR UINT32_C(0x4000)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_ASYNC_EVENT_CR \
+ UINT32_C(0x4000)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the vlan_antispoof_mode field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_VLAN_ANTISPOOF_MODE UINT32_C(0x8000)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_VLAN_ANTISPOOF_MODE \
+ UINT32_C(0x8000)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the allowed_vlan_pris field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_ALLOWED_VLAN_PRIS UINT32_C(0x10000)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the evb_mode field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_EVB_MODE UINT32_C(0x20000)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_ALLOWED_VLAN_PRIS \
+ UINT32_C(0x10000)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the evb_mode field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_EVB_MODE \
+ UINT32_C(0x20000)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the num_mcast_filters field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_MCAST_FILTERS UINT32_C(0x40000)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_MCAST_FILTERS \
+ UINT32_C(0x40000)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the num_hw_ring_grps field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_HW_RING_GRPS UINT32_C(0x80000)
- uint16_t mtu;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_HW_RING_GRPS \
+ UINT32_C(0x80000)
/*
- * The maximum transmission unit of the function. The HWRM
- * should make sure that the mtu of the function does not exceed
- * the mtu of the physical port that this function is associated
- * with. In addition to configuring mtu per function, it is
- * possible to configure mtu per transmit ring. By default, the
- * mtu of each transmit ring associated with a function is equal
- * to the mtu of the function. The HWRM should make sure that
- * the mtu of each transmit ring that is assigned to a function
- * has a valid mtu.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the cache_linesize field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint16_t mru;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_CACHE_LINESIZE \
+ UINT32_C(0x100000)
/*
- * The maximum receive unit of the function. The HWRM should
- * make sure that the mru of the function does not exceed the
- * mru of the physical port that this function is associated
- * with. In addition to configuring mru per function, it is
- * possible to configure mru per vnic. By default, the mru of
- * each vnic associated with a function is equal to the mru of
- * the function. The HWRM should make sure that the mru of each
- * vnic that is assigned to a function has a valid mru.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the num_msix field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_NUM_MSIX \
+ UINT32_C(0x200000)
+ /*
+ * The maximum transmission unit of the function.
+ * The HWRM should make sure that the mtu of
+ * the function does not exceed the mtu of the physical
+ * port that this function is associated with.
+ *
+ * In addition to configuring mtu per function, it is
+ * possible to configure mtu per transmit ring.
+ * By default, the mtu of each transmit ring associated
+ * with a function is equal to the mtu of the function.
+ * The HWRM should make sure that the mtu of each transmit
+ * ring that is assigned to a function has a valid mtu.
*/
- uint16_t num_rsscos_ctxs;
- /* The number of RSS/COS contexts requested for the function. */
- uint16_t num_cmpl_rings;
+ uint16_t mtu;
/*
- * The number of completion rings requested for the function.
- * This does not include the rings allocated to any children
- * functions if any.
+ * The maximum receive unit of the function.
+ * The HWRM should make sure that the mru of
+ * the function does not exceed the mru of the physical
+ * port that this function is associated with.
+ *
+ * In addition to configuring mru per function, it is
+ * possible to configure mru per vnic.
+ * By default, the mru of each vnic associated
+ * with a function is equal to the mru of the function.
+ * The HWRM should make sure that the mru of each vnic
+ * that is assigned to a function has a valid mru.
*/
- uint16_t num_tx_rings;
+ uint16_t mru;
/*
- * The number of transmit rings requested for the function. This
- * does not include the rings allocated to any children
- * functions if any.
+ * The number of RSS/COS contexts requested for the
+ * function.
*/
- uint16_t num_rx_rings;
+ uint16_t num_rsscos_ctxs;
/*
- * The number of receive rings requested for the function. This
- * does not include the rings allocated to any children
- * functions if any.
+ * The number of completion rings requested for the
+ * function. This does not include the rings allocated
+ * to any children functions if any.
*/
- uint16_t num_l2_ctxs;
+ uint16_t num_cmpl_rings;
+ /*
+ * The number of transmit rings requested for the function.
+ * This does not include the rings allocated to any
+ * children functions if any.
+ */
+ uint16_t num_tx_rings;
+ /*
+ * The number of receive rings requested for the function.
+ * This does not include the rings allocated
+ * to any children functions if any.
+ */
+ uint16_t num_rx_rings;
/* The requested number of L2 contexts for the function. */
- uint16_t num_vnics;
+ uint16_t num_l2_ctxs;
/* The requested number of vnics for the function. */
- uint16_t num_stat_ctxs;
+ uint16_t num_vnics;
/* The requested number of statistic contexts for the function. */
- uint16_t num_hw_ring_grps;
+ uint16_t num_stat_ctxs;
/*
- * The number of HW ring groups that should be reserved for this
- * function.
+ * The number of HW ring groups that should
+ * be reserved for this function.
*/
- uint8_t dflt_mac_addr[6];
+ uint16_t num_hw_ring_grps;
/* The default MAC address for the function being configured. */
- uint16_t dflt_vlan;
+ uint8_t dflt_mac_addr[6];
/*
- * The default VLAN for the function being configured. This
- * field's format is same as 802.1Q Tag's Tag Control
- * Information (TCI) format that includes both Priority Code
- * Point (PCP) and VLAN Identifier (VID).
+ * The default VLAN for the function being configured.
+ * This field's format is same as 802.1Q Tag's
+ * Tag Control Information (TCI) format that includes both
+ * Priority Code Point (PCP) and VLAN Identifier (VID).
*/
- uint32_t dflt_ip_addr[4];
+ uint16_t dflt_vlan;
/*
* The default IP address for the function being configured.
* This address is only used in enabling source property check.
*/
- uint32_t min_bw;
+ uint32_t dflt_ip_addr[4];
/*
- * Minimum BW allocated for this function. The HWRM will
- * translate this value into byte counter and time interval used
- * for the scheduler inside the device.
+ * Minimum BW allocated for this function.
+ * The HWRM will translate this value into byte counter and
+ * time interval used for the scheduler inside the device.
*/
+ uint32_t min_bw;
/* The bandwidth value. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_MASK UINT32_C(0xfffffff)
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_SFT 0
- /* The granularity of the value (bits or bytes). */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE UINT32_C(0x10000000)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xfffffff)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_SFT 0
+ /* The granularity of the value (bits or bytes). */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE \
+ UINT32_C(0x10000000)
/* Value is in bits. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE_BITS (UINT32_C(0x0) << 28)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE_BITS \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 28)
/* Value is in bytes. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE_BYTES (UINT32_C(0x1) << 28)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE_BYTES \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 28)
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE_LAST \
- FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE_BYTES
+ HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_SCALE_BYTES
/* bw_value_unit is 3 b */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_MASK \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_MASK \
UINT32_C(0xe0000000)
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_SFT 29
- /* Value is in Mb or MB (base 10). */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_SFT 29
+ /* Value is in Mb or MB (base 10). */
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_MEGA \
(UINT32_C(0x0) << 29)
- /* Value is in Kb or KB (base 10). */
+ /* Value is in Kb or KB (base 10). */
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_KILO \
(UINT32_C(0x2) << 29)
/* Value is in bits or bytes. */
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_BASE \
(UINT32_C(0x4) << 29)
- /* Value is in Gb or GB (base 10). */
+ /* Value is in Gb or GB (base 10). */
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_GIGA \
(UINT32_C(0x6) << 29)
/* Value is in 1/100th of a percentage of total bandwidth. */
@@ -3494,39 +5214,42 @@ struct hwrm_func_cfg_input {
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_INVALID \
(UINT32_C(0x7) << 29)
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_LAST \
- FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_INVALID
- uint32_t max_bw;
+ HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MIN_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_INVALID
/*
- * Maximum BW allocated for this function. The HWRM will
- * translate this value into byte counter and time interval used
- * for the scheduler inside the device.
+ * Maximum BW allocated for this function.
+ * The HWRM will translate this value into byte counter and
+ * time interval used for the scheduler inside the device.
*/
+ uint32_t max_bw;
/* The bandwidth value. */
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_MASK \
UINT32_C(0xfffffff)
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_SFT 0
- /* The granularity of the value (bits or bytes). */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE UINT32_C(0x10000000)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_SFT 0
+ /* The granularity of the value (bits or bytes). */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE \
+ UINT32_C(0x10000000)
/* Value is in bits. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE_BITS (UINT32_C(0x0) << 28)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE_BITS \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 28)
/* Value is in bytes. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE_BYTES (UINT32_C(0x1) << 28)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE_BYTES \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 28)
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE_LAST \
- FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE_BYTES
+ HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_SCALE_BYTES
/* bw_value_unit is 3 b */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_MASK \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_MASK \
UINT32_C(0xe0000000)
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_SFT 29
- /* Value is in Mb or MB (base 10). */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_MEGA \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_SFT 29
+ /* Value is in Mb or MB (base 10). */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_MEGA \
(UINT32_C(0x0) << 29)
- /* Value is in Kb or KB (base 10). */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_KILO \
+ /* Value is in Kb or KB (base 10). */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_KILO \
(UINT32_C(0x2) << 29)
/* Value is in bits or bytes. */
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_BASE \
(UINT32_C(0x4) << 29)
- /* Value is in Gb or GB (base 10). */
+ /* Value is in Gb or GB (base 10). */
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_GIGA \
(UINT32_C(0x6) << 29)
/* Value is in 1/100th of a percentage of total bandwidth. */
@@ -3536,1984 +5259,4481 @@ struct hwrm_func_cfg_input {
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_INVALID \
(UINT32_C(0x7) << 29)
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_LAST \
- FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_INVALID
- uint16_t async_event_cr;
+ HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_MAX_BW_BW_VALUE_UNIT_INVALID
/*
* ID of the target completion ring for receiving asynchronous
- * event completions. If this field is not valid, then the HWRM
- * shall use the default completion ring of the function that is
- * being configured as the target completion ring for providing
- * any asynchronous event completions for that function. If this
- * field is valid, then the HWRM shall use the completion ring
- * identified by this ID as the target completion ring for
- * providing any asynchronous event completions for the function
- * that is being configured.
- */
- uint8_t vlan_antispoof_mode;
+ * event completions. If this field is not valid, then the
+ * HWRM shall use the default completion ring of the function
+ * that is being configured as the target completion ring for
+ * providing any asynchronous event completions for that
+ * function.
+ * If this field is valid, then the HWRM shall use the
+ * completion ring identified by this ID as the target
+ * completion ring for providing any asynchronous event
+ * completions for the function that is being configured.
+ */
+ uint16_t async_event_cr;
/* VLAN Anti-spoofing mode. */
+ uint8_t vlan_antispoof_mode;
/* No VLAN anti-spoofing checks are enabled */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_VLAN_ANTISPOOF_MODE_NOCHECK UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_VLAN_ANTISPOOF_MODE_NOCHECK \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Validate VLAN against the configured VLAN(s) */
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_VLAN_ANTISPOOF_MODE_VALIDATE_VLAN \
UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Insert VLAN if it does not exist, otherwise discard */
#define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_VLAN_ANTISPOOF_MODE_INSERT_IF_VLANDNE \
UINT32_C(0x2)
- /*
- * Insert VLAN if it does not exist, override
- * VLAN if it exists
- */
- #define \
- HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_VLAN_ANTISPOOF_MODE_INSERT_OR_OVERRIDE_VLAN \
+ /* Insert VLAN if it does not exist, override VLAN if it exists */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_VLAN_ANTISPOOF_MODE_INSERT_OR_OVERRIDE_VLAN \
UINT32_C(0x3)
- uint8_t allowed_vlan_pris;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_VLAN_ANTISPOOF_MODE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_VLAN_ANTISPOOF_MODE_INSERT_OR_OVERRIDE_VLAN
/*
- * This bit field defines VLAN PRIs that are allowed on this
- * function. If nth bit is set, then VLAN PRI n is allowed on
+ * This bit field defines VLAN PRIs that are allowed on
* this function.
+ * If nth bit is set, then VLAN PRI n is allowed on this
+ * function.
*/
- uint8_t evb_mode;
+ uint8_t allowed_vlan_pris;
/*
* The HWRM shall allow a PF driver to change EVB mode for the
- * partition it belongs to. The HWRM shall not allow a VF driver
- * to change the EVB mode. The HWRM shall take into account the
- * switching of EVB mode from one to another and reconfigure
- * hardware resources as appropriately. The switching from VEB
- * to VEPA mode requires the disabling of the loopback traffic.
- * Additionally, source knock outs are handled differently in
- * VEB and VEPA modes.
- */
- /* No Edge Virtual Bridging (EVB) */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_EVB_MODE_NO_EVB UINT32_C(0x0)
- /* Virtual Ethernet Bridge (VEB) */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_EVB_MODE_VEB UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* Virtual Ethernet Port Aggregator (VEPA) */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_EVB_MODE_VEPA UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint16_t num_mcast_filters;
+ * partition it belongs to.
+ * The HWRM shall not allow a VF driver to change the EVB mode.
+ * The HWRM shall take into account the switching of EVB mode
+ * from one to another and reconfigure hardware resources as
+ * appropriately.
+ * The switching from VEB to VEPA mode requires
+ * the disabling of the loopback traffic. Additionally,
+ * source knock outs are handled differently in VEB and VEPA
+ * modes.
+ */
+ uint8_t evb_mode;
+ /* No Edge Virtual Bridging (EVB) */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_EVB_MODE_NO_EVB UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* Virtual Ethernet Bridge (VEB) */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_EVB_MODE_VEB UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* Virtual Ethernet Port Aggregator (VEPA) */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_EVB_MODE_VEPA UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_EVB_MODE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_EVB_MODE_VEPA
+ uint8_t options;
+ /*
+ * This value indicates the PCIE device cache line size.
+ * The cache line size allows the DMA writes to terminate and
+ * start at the cache boundary.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_OPTIONS_CACHE_LINESIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_OPTIONS_CACHE_LINESIZE_SFT 0
+ /* Cache Line Size 64 bytes */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_OPTIONS_CACHE_LINESIZE_SIZE_64 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* Cache Line Size 128 bytes */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_OPTIONS_CACHE_LINESIZE_SIZE_128 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_OPTIONS_CACHE_LINESIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_OPTIONS_CACHE_LINESIZE_SIZE_128
+ /* Reserved for future. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_OPTIONS_RSVD_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xfc)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_CFG_INPUT_OPTIONS_RSVD_SFT 2
/*
- * The number of multicast filters that should be reserved for
- * this function on the RX side.
+ * The number of multicast filters that should
+ * be reserved for this function on the RX side.
*/
+ uint16_t num_mcast_filters;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_func_cfg_output (size:128b/16B) */
struct hwrm_func_cfg_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
- /*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
- */
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
- /*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
- */
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
+ uint8_t valid;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_func_qstats */
-/*
- * Description: This command returns statistics of a function. The input FID
- * value is used to indicate what function is being queried. This allows a
- * physical function driver to query virtual functions that are children of the
- * physical function. The HWRM shall return any unsupported counter with a value
- * of 0xFFFFFFFF for 32-bit counters and 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF for 64-bit counters.
- */
-/* Input (24 bytes) */
+/********************
+ * hwrm_func_qstats *
+ ********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_qstats_input (size:192b/24B) */
struct hwrm_func_qstats_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint16_t fid;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
/*
- * Function ID of the function that is being queried. 0xFF...
- * (All Fs) if the query is for the requesting function.
+ * Function ID of the function that is being queried.
+ * 0xFF... (All Fs) if the query is for the requesting
+ * function.
*/
- uint16_t unused_0[3];
+ uint16_t fid;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (176 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_func_qstats_output (size:1408b/176B) */
struct hwrm_func_qstats_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
- /*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
- */
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
- /*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
- */
- uint64_t tx_ucast_pkts;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
/* Number of transmitted unicast packets on the function. */
- uint64_t tx_mcast_pkts;
+ uint64_t tx_ucast_pkts;
/* Number of transmitted multicast packets on the function. */
- uint64_t tx_bcast_pkts;
+ uint64_t tx_mcast_pkts;
/* Number of transmitted broadcast packets on the function. */
- uint64_t tx_err_pkts;
+ uint64_t tx_bcast_pkts;
/*
* Number of transmitted packets that were discarded due to
- * internal NIC resource problems. For transmit, this can only
- * happen if TMP is configured to allow dropping in HOL blocking
- * conditions, which is not a normal configuration.
+ * internal NIC resource problems. For transmit, this
+ * can only happen if TMP is configured to allow dropping
+ * in HOL blocking conditions, which is not a normal
+ * configuration.
*/
- uint64_t tx_drop_pkts;
+ uint64_t tx_discard_pkts;
/*
* Number of dropped packets on transmit path on the function.
- * These are packets that have been marked for drop by the TE
- * CFA block or are packets that exceeded the transmit MTU limit
- * for the function.
+ * These are packets that have been marked for drop by
+ * the TE CFA block or are packets that exceeded the
+ * transmit MTU limit for the function.
*/
- uint64_t tx_ucast_bytes;
+ uint64_t tx_drop_pkts;
/* Number of transmitted bytes for unicast traffic on the function. */
- uint64_t tx_mcast_bytes;
- /*
- * Number of transmitted bytes for multicast traffic on the
- * function.
- */
- uint64_t tx_bcast_bytes;
- /*
- * Number of transmitted bytes for broadcast traffic on the
- * function.
- */
- uint64_t rx_ucast_pkts;
+ uint64_t tx_ucast_bytes;
+ /* Number of transmitted bytes for multicast traffic on the function. */
+ uint64_t tx_mcast_bytes;
+ /* Number of transmitted bytes for broadcast traffic on the function. */
+ uint64_t tx_bcast_bytes;
/* Number of received unicast packets on the function. */
- uint64_t rx_mcast_pkts;
+ uint64_t rx_ucast_pkts;
/* Number of received multicast packets on the function. */
- uint64_t rx_bcast_pkts;
+ uint64_t rx_mcast_pkts;
/* Number of received broadcast packets on the function. */
- uint64_t rx_err_pkts;
+ uint64_t rx_bcast_pkts;
/*
- * Number of received packets that were discarded on the
- * function due to resource limitations. This can happen for 3
- * reasons. # The BD used for the packet has a bad format. #
- * There were no BDs available in the ring for the packet. #
- * There were no BDs available on-chip for the packet.
+ * Number of received packets that were discarded on the function
+ * due to resource limitations. This can happen for 3 reasons.
+ * # The BD used for the packet has a bad format.
+ * # There were no BDs available in the ring for the packet.
+ * # There were no BDs available on-chip for the packet.
*/
- uint64_t rx_drop_pkts;
+ uint64_t rx_discard_pkts;
/*
* Number of dropped packets on received path on the function.
- * These are packets that have been marked for drop by the RE
- * CFA.
+ * These are packets that have been marked for drop by the
+ * RE CFA.
*/
- uint64_t rx_ucast_bytes;
+ uint64_t rx_drop_pkts;
/* Number of received bytes for unicast traffic on the function. */
- uint64_t rx_mcast_bytes;
+ uint64_t rx_ucast_bytes;
/* Number of received bytes for multicast traffic on the function. */
- uint64_t rx_bcast_bytes;
+ uint64_t rx_mcast_bytes;
/* Number of received bytes for broadcast traffic on the function. */
- uint64_t rx_agg_pkts;
+ uint64_t rx_bcast_bytes;
/* Number of aggregated unicast packets on the function. */
- uint64_t rx_agg_bytes;
+ uint64_t rx_agg_pkts;
/* Number of aggregated unicast bytes on the function. */
- uint64_t rx_agg_events;
+ uint64_t rx_agg_bytes;
/* Number of aggregation events on the function. */
- uint64_t rx_agg_aborts;
+ uint64_t rx_agg_events;
/* Number of aborted aggregations on the function. */
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
+ uint64_t rx_agg_aborts;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
+ uint8_t valid;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_func_clr_stats */
-/*
- * Description: This command clears statistics of a function. The input FID
- * value is used to indicate what function's statistics is being cleared. This
- * allows a physical function driver to clear statistics of virtual functions
- * that are children of the physical function.
- */
-/* Input (24 bytes) */
+/***********************
+ * hwrm_func_clr_stats *
+ ***********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_clr_stats_input (size:192b/24B) */
struct hwrm_func_clr_stats_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint16_t fid;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
/*
- * Function ID of the function. 0xFF... (All Fs) if the query is
- * for the requesting function.
+ * Function ID of the function.
+ * 0xFF... (All Fs) if the query is for the requesting
+ * function.
*/
- uint16_t unused_0[3];
+ uint16_t fid;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_func_clr_stats_output (size:128b/16B) */
struct hwrm_func_clr_stats_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/**************************
+ * hwrm_func_vf_resc_free *
+ **************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_vf_resc_free_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_func_vf_resc_free_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ /*
+ * This value is used to identify a Virtual Function (VF).
+ * The scope of VF ID is local within a PF.
+ */
+ uint16_t vf_id;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_func_vf_resc_free_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_func_vf_resc_free_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_func_vf_vnic_ids_query */
-/* Description: This command is used to query vf vnic ids. */
-/* Input (32 bytes) */
+/*******************************
+ * hwrm_func_vf_vnic_ids_query *
+ *******************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_vf_vnic_ids_query_input (size:256b/32B) */
struct hwrm_func_vf_vnic_ids_query_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint16_t vf_id;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
/*
- * This value is used to identify a Virtual Function (VF). The
- * scope of VF ID is local within a PF.
+ * This value is used to identify a Virtual Function (VF).
+ * The scope of VF ID is local within a PF.
*/
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint32_t max_vnic_id_cnt;
+ uint16_t vf_id;
+ uint8_t unused_0[2];
/* Max number of vnic ids in vnic id table */
- uint64_t vnic_id_tbl_addr;
+ uint32_t max_vnic_id_cnt;
/* This is the address for VF VNIC ID table */
+ uint64_t vnic_id_tbl_addr;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_func_vf_vnic_ids_query_output (size:128b/16B) */
struct hwrm_func_vf_vnic_ids_query_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
/*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
+ * Actual number of vnic ids
+ *
+ * Each VNIC ID is written as a 32-bit number.
*/
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint32_t vnic_id_cnt;
+ uint8_t unused_0[3];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/**********************
+ * hwrm_func_drv_rgtr *
+ **********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_drv_rgtr_input (size:896b/112B) */
+struct hwrm_func_drv_rgtr_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint32_t vnic_id_cnt;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * Actual number of vnic ids Each VNIC ID is written as a 32-bit
- * number.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t valid;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
-} __attribute__((packed));
-
-/* hwrm_func_drv_rgtr */
-/*
- * Description: This command is used by the function driver to register its
- * information with the HWRM. A function driver shall implement this command. A
- * function driver shall use this command during the driver initialization right
- * after the HWRM version discovery and default ring resources allocation.
- */
-/* Input (80 bytes) */
-struct hwrm_func_drv_rgtr_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t flags;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * When this bit is '1', the function driver is requesting
+ * all requests from its children VF drivers to be
+ * forwarded to itself.
+ * This flag can only be set by the PF driver.
+ * If a VF driver sets this flag, it should be ignored
+ * by the HWRM.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_FLAGS_FWD_ALL_MODE UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * When this bit is '1', the function is requesting none of
+ * the requests from its children VF drivers to be
+ * forwarded to itself.
+ * This flag can only be set by the PF driver.
+ * If a VF driver sets this flag, it should be ignored
+ * by the HWRM.
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_FLAGS_FWD_NONE_MODE UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * When this bit is '1', then ver_maj_8b, ver_min_8b, ver_upd_8b
+ * fields shall be ignored and ver_maj, ver_min, ver_upd
+ * and ver_patch shall be used for the driver version information.
+ * When this bit is '0', then ver_maj_8b, ver_min_8b, ver_upd_8b
+ * fields shall be used for the driver version information and
+ * ver_maj, ver_min, ver_upd and ver_patch shall be ignored.
*/
- uint32_t flags;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_FLAGS_16BIT_VER_MODE UINT32_C(0x4)
+ uint32_t enables;
/*
- * When this bit is '1', the function driver is requesting all
- * requests from its children VF drivers to be forwarded to
- * itself. This flag can only be set by the PF driver. If a VF
- * driver sets this flag, it should be ignored by the HWRM.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the os_type field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_FLAGS_FWD_ALL_MODE UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_OS_TYPE \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * When this bit is '1', the function is requesting none of the
- * requests from its children VF drivers to be forwarded to
- * itself. This flag can only be set by the PF driver. If a VF
- * driver sets this flag, it should be ignored by the HWRM.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the ver field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_FLAGS_FWD_NONE_MODE UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint32_t enables;
- /* This bit must be '1' for the os_type field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_OS_TYPE UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the ver field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_VER UINT32_C(0x2)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the timestamp field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_TIMESTAMP UINT32_C(0x4)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the vf_req_fwd field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_VF_INPUT_FWD UINT32_C(0x8)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_VER \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * This bit must be '1' for the async_event_fwd field to be
+ * This bit must be '1' for the timestamp field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_ASYNC_EVENT_FWD UINT32_C(0x10)
- uint16_t os_type;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_TIMESTAMP \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
- * This value indicates the type of OS. The values are based on
- * CIM_OperatingSystem.mof file as published by the DMTF.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the vf_req_fwd field to be
+ * configured.
*/
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_VF_REQ_FWD \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the async_event_fwd field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_ASYNC_EVENT_FWD \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
+ /* This value indicates the type of OS. The values are based on CIM_OperatingSystem.mof file as published by the DMTF. */
+ uint16_t os_type;
/* Unknown */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_UNKNOWN UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_UNKNOWN UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Other OS not listed below. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_OTHER UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_OTHER UINT32_C(0x1)
/* MSDOS OS. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_MSDOS UINT32_C(0xe)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_MSDOS UINT32_C(0xe)
/* Windows OS. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_WINDOWS UINT32_C(0x12)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_WINDOWS UINT32_C(0x12)
/* Solaris OS. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_SOLARIS UINT32_C(0x1d)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_SOLARIS UINT32_C(0x1d)
/* Linux OS. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_LINUX UINT32_C(0x24)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_LINUX UINT32_C(0x24)
/* FreeBSD OS. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_FREEBSD UINT32_C(0x2a)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_FREEBSD UINT32_C(0x2a)
/* VMware ESXi OS. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_ESXI UINT32_C(0x68)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_ESXI UINT32_C(0x68)
/* Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit OS. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_WIN864 UINT32_C(0x73)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_WIN864 UINT32_C(0x73)
/* Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 OS. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_WIN2012R2 UINT32_C(0x74)
- uint8_t ver_maj;
- /* This is the major version of the driver. */
- uint8_t ver_min;
- /* This is the minor version of the driver. */
- uint8_t ver_upd;
- /* This is the update version of the driver. */
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint16_t unused_1;
- uint32_t timestamp;
- /*
- * This is a 32-bit timestamp provided by the driver for keep
- * alive. The timestamp is in multiples of 1ms.
- */
- uint32_t unused_2;
- uint32_t vf_req_fwd[8];
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_WIN2012R2 UINT32_C(0x74)
+ /* UEFI driver. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_UEFI UINT32_C(0x8000)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_DRV_RGTR_INPUT_OS_TYPE_UEFI
+ /* This is the 8bit major version of the driver. */
+ uint8_t ver_maj_8b;
+ /* This is the 8bit minor version of the driver. */
+ uint8_t ver_min_8b;
+ /* This is the 8bit update version of the driver. */
+ uint8_t ver_upd_8b;
+ uint8_t unused_0[3];
+ /*
+ * This is a 32-bit timestamp provided by the driver for
+ * keep alive.
+ * The timestamp is in multiples of 1ms.
+ */
+ uint32_t timestamp;
+ uint8_t unused_1[4];
/*
* This is a 256-bit bit mask provided by the PF driver for
* letting the HWRM know what commands issued by the VF driver
- * to the HWRM should be forwarded to the PF driver. Nth bit
- * refers to the Nth req_type. Setting Nth bit to 1 indicates
- * that requests from the VF driver with req_type equal to N
- * shall be forwarded to the parent PF driver. This field is not
- * valid for the VF driver.
+ * to the HWRM should be forwarded to the PF driver.
+ * Nth bit refers to the Nth req_type.
+ *
+ * Setting Nth bit to 1 indicates that requests from the
+ * VF driver with req_type equal to N shall be forwarded to
+ * the parent PF driver.
+ *
+ * This field is not valid for the VF driver.
*/
- uint32_t async_event_fwd[8];
+ uint32_t vf_req_fwd[8];
/*
* This is a 256-bit bit mask provided by the function driver
- * (PF or VF driver) to indicate the list of asynchronous event
- * completions to be forwarded. Nth bit refers to the Nth
- * event_id. Setting Nth bit to 1 by the function driver shall
- * result in the HWRM forwarding asynchronous event completion
- * with event_id equal to N. If all bits are set to 0 (value of
- * 0), then the HWRM shall not forward any asynchronous event
- * completion to this function driver.
- */
+ * (PF or VF driver) to indicate the list of asynchronous event
+ * completions to be forwarded.
+ *
+ * Nth bit refers to the Nth event_id.
+ *
+ * Setting Nth bit to 1 by the function driver shall result in
+ * the HWRM forwarding asynchronous event completion with
+ * event_id equal to N.
+ *
+ * If all bits are set to 0 (value of 0), then the HWRM shall
+ * not forward any asynchronous event completion to this
+ * function driver.
+ */
+ uint32_t async_event_fwd[8];
+ /* This is the 16bit major version of the driver. */
+ uint16_t ver_maj;
+ /* This is the 16bit minor version of the driver. */
+ uint16_t ver_min;
+ /* This is the 16bit update version of the driver. */
+ uint16_t ver_upd;
+ /* This is the 16bit patch version of the driver. */
+ uint16_t ver_patch;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_func_drv_rgtr_output (size:128b/16B) */
struct hwrm_func_drv_rgtr_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
- /*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
- */
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
- /*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
- */
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
+ uint8_t valid;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_func_drv_unrgtr */
-/*
- * Description: This command is used by the function driver to un register with
- * the HWRM. A function driver shall implement this command. A function driver
- * shall use this command during the driver unloading.
- */
-/* Input (24 bytes) */
+/************************
+ * hwrm_func_drv_unrgtr *
+ ************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_drv_unrgtr_input (size:192b/24B) */
struct hwrm_func_drv_unrgtr_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint32_t flags;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t flags;
/*
- * When this bit is '1', the function driver is notifying the
- * HWRM to prepare for the shutdown.
+ * When this bit is '1', the function driver is notifying
+ * the HWRM to prepare for the shutdown.
*/
- #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_UNRGTR_INPUT_FLAGS_PREPARE_FOR_SHUTDOWN \
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_UNRGTR_INPUT_FLAGS_PREPARE_FOR_SHUTDOWN \
UINT32_C(0x1)
- uint32_t unused_0;
+ uint8_t unused_0[4];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_func_drv_unrgtr_output (size:128b/16B) */
struct hwrm_func_drv_unrgtr_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/**********************
+ * hwrm_func_buf_rgtr *
+ **********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_buf_rgtr_input (size:1024b/128B) */
+struct hwrm_func_buf_rgtr_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
-} __attribute__((packed));
-
-/* hwrm_func_buf_rgtr */
-/*
- * Description: This command is used by the PF driver to register buffers used
- * in the PF-VF communication with the HWRM. The PF driver uses this command to
- * register buffers for each PF-VF channel. A parent PF may issue this command
- * per child VF. If VF ID is not valid, then this command is used to register
- * buffers for all children VFs of the PF.
- */
-/* Input (128 bytes) */
-struct hwrm_func_buf_rgtr_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t enables;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * This bit must be '1' for the vf_id field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_VF_ID UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the err_buf_addr field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint32_t enables;
- /* This bit must be '1' for the vf_id field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_VF_ID UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the err_buf_addr field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_ERR_BUF_ADDR UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint16_t vf_id;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_ERR_BUF_ADDR UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * This value is used to identify a Virtual Function (VF). The
- * scope of VF ID is local within a PF.
+ * This value is used to identify a Virtual Function (VF).
+ * The scope of VF ID is local within a PF.
*/
- uint16_t req_buf_num_pages;
+ uint16_t vf_id;
/*
* This field represents the number of pages used for request
* buffer(s).
*/
- uint16_t req_buf_page_size;
- /* This field represents the page size used for request buffer(s). */
+ uint16_t req_buf_num_pages;
+ /*
+ * This field represents the page size used for request
+ * buffer(s).
+ */
+ uint16_t req_buf_page_size;
/* 16 bytes */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_INPUT_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_16B UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_REQ_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_16B UINT32_C(0x4)
/* 4 Kbytes */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_INPUT_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_4K UINT32_C(0xc)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_REQ_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_4K UINT32_C(0xc)
/* 8 Kbytes */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_INPUT_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_8K UINT32_C(0xd)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_REQ_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_8K UINT32_C(0xd)
/* 64 Kbytes */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_INPUT_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_64K UINT32_C(0x10)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_REQ_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_64K UINT32_C(0x10)
/* 2 Mbytes */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_INPUT_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_2M UINT32_C(0x15)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_REQ_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_2M UINT32_C(0x15)
/* 4 Mbytes */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_INPUT_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_4M UINT32_C(0x16)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_REQ_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_4M UINT32_C(0x16)
/* 1 Gbytes */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_INPUT_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_1G UINT32_C(0x1e)
- uint16_t req_buf_len;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_REQ_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_1G UINT32_C(0x1e)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_REQ_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BUF_RGTR_INPUT_REQ_BUF_PAGE_SIZE_1G
/* The length of the request buffer per VF in bytes. */
- uint16_t resp_buf_len;
+ uint16_t req_buf_len;
/* The length of the response buffer in bytes. */
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint64_t req_buf_page_addr[10];
- /* This field represents the page address of req buffer. */
- uint64_t error_buf_addr;
+ uint16_t resp_buf_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[2];
+ /* This field represents the page address of page #0. */
+ uint64_t req_buf_page_addr0;
+ /* This field represents the page address of page #1. */
+ uint64_t req_buf_page_addr1;
+ /* This field represents the page address of page #2. */
+ uint64_t req_buf_page_addr2;
+ /* This field represents the page address of page #3. */
+ uint64_t req_buf_page_addr3;
+ /* This field represents the page address of page #4. */
+ uint64_t req_buf_page_addr4;
+ /* This field represents the page address of page #5. */
+ uint64_t req_buf_page_addr5;
+ /* This field represents the page address of page #6. */
+ uint64_t req_buf_page_addr6;
+ /* This field represents the page address of page #7. */
+ uint64_t req_buf_page_addr7;
+ /* This field represents the page address of page #8. */
+ uint64_t req_buf_page_addr8;
+ /* This field represents the page address of page #9. */
+ uint64_t req_buf_page_addr9;
+ /*
+ * This field is used to receive the error reporting from
+ * the chipset. Only applicable for PFs.
+ */
+ uint64_t error_buf_addr;
+ /*
+ * This field is used to receive the response forwarded by the
+ * HWRM.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_buf_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_func_buf_rgtr_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_func_buf_rgtr_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * This field is used to receive the error reporting from the
- * chipset. Only applicable for PFs.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
- uint64_t resp_buf_addr;
- /* This field is used to receive the response forwarded by the HWRM. */
+ uint8_t valid;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
-struct hwrm_func_buf_rgtr_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
+/************************
+ * hwrm_func_buf_unrgtr *
+ ************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_buf_unrgtr_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_func_buf_unrgtr_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t enables;
/*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the vf_id field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_UNRGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_VF_ID UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * This value is used to identify a Virtual Function (VF).
+ * The scope of VF ID is local within a PF.
*/
+ uint16_t vf_id;
+ uint8_t unused_0[2];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_func_buf_unrgtr */
-/*
- * Description: This command is used by the PF driver to unregister buffers used
- * in the PF-VF communication with the HWRM. The PF driver uses this command to
- * unregister buffers for PF-VF communication. A parent PF may issue this
- * command to unregister buffers for communication between the PF and a specific
- * VF. If the VF ID is not valid, then this command is used to unregister
- * buffers used for communications with all children VFs of the PF.
- */
-/* Input (24 bytes) */
-struct hwrm_func_buf_unrgtr_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+/* hwrm_func_buf_unrgtr_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_func_buf_unrgtr_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/**********************
+ * hwrm_func_drv_qver *
+ **********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_drv_qver_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_func_drv_qver_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint32_t enables;
- /* This bit must be '1' for the vf_id field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_FUNC_BUF_UNRGTR_INPUT_ENABLES_VF_ID UINT32_C(0x1)
- uint16_t vf_id;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This value is used to identify a Virtual Function (VF). The
- * scope of VF ID is local within a PF.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ /* Reserved for future use. */
+ uint32_t reserved;
+ /*
+ * Function ID of the function that is being queried.
+ * 0xFF... (All Fs) if the query is for the requesting
+ * function.
*/
- uint16_t unused_0;
+ uint16_t fid;
+ uint8_t unused_0[2];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
-struct hwrm_func_buf_unrgtr_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
+/* hwrm_func_drv_qver_output (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_func_drv_qver_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /* This value indicates the type of OS. The values are based on CIM_OperatingSystem.mof file as published by the DMTF. */
+ uint16_t os_type;
+ /* Unknown */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER_OUTPUT_OS_TYPE_UNKNOWN UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* Other OS not listed below. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER_OUTPUT_OS_TYPE_OTHER UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* MSDOS OS. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER_OUTPUT_OS_TYPE_MSDOS UINT32_C(0xe)
+ /* Windows OS. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER_OUTPUT_OS_TYPE_WINDOWS UINT32_C(0x12)
+ /* Solaris OS. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER_OUTPUT_OS_TYPE_SOLARIS UINT32_C(0x1d)
+ /* Linux OS. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER_OUTPUT_OS_TYPE_LINUX UINT32_C(0x24)
+ /* FreeBSD OS. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER_OUTPUT_OS_TYPE_FREEBSD UINT32_C(0x2a)
+ /* VMware ESXi OS. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER_OUTPUT_OS_TYPE_ESXI UINT32_C(0x68)
+ /* Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit OS. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER_OUTPUT_OS_TYPE_WIN864 UINT32_C(0x73)
+ /* Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 OS. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER_OUTPUT_OS_TYPE_WIN2012R2 UINT32_C(0x74)
+ /* UEFI driver. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER_OUTPUT_OS_TYPE_UEFI UINT32_C(0x8000)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER_OUTPUT_OS_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_DRV_QVER_OUTPUT_OS_TYPE_UEFI
+ /* This is the 8bit major version of the driver. */
+ uint8_t ver_maj_8b;
+ /* This is the 8bit minor version of the driver. */
+ uint8_t ver_min_8b;
+ /* This is the 8bit update version of the driver. */
+ uint8_t ver_upd_8b;
+ uint8_t unused_0[2];
/*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t valid;
+ /* This is the 16bit major version of the driver. */
+ uint16_t ver_maj;
+ /* This is the 16bit minor version of the driver. */
+ uint16_t ver_min;
+ /* This is the 16bit update version of the driver. */
+ uint16_t ver_upd;
+ /* This is the 16bit patch version of the driver. */
+ uint16_t ver_patch;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/****************************
+ * hwrm_func_resource_qcaps *
+ ****************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_resource_qcaps_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_func_resource_qcaps_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ /*
+ * Function ID of the function that is being queried.
+ * 0xFF... (All Fs) if the query is for the requesting
+ * function.
+ */
+ uint16_t fid;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_port_phy_cfg */
-/*
- * Description: This command configures the PHY device for the port. It allows
- * setting of the most generic settings for the PHY. The HWRM shall complete
- * this command as soon as PHY settings are configured. They may not be applied
- * when the command response is provided. A VF driver shall not be allowed to
- * configure PHY using this command. In a network partition mode, a PF driver
- * shall not be allowed to configure PHY using this command.
- */
-/* Input (56 bytes) */
-struct hwrm_port_phy_cfg_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+/* hwrm_func_resource_qcaps_output (size:448b/56B) */
+struct hwrm_func_resource_qcaps_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /* Maximum guaranteed number of VFs supported by PF. Not applicable for VFs. */
+ uint16_t max_vfs;
+ /* Maximum guaranteed number of MSI-X vectors supported by function */
+ uint16_t max_msix;
+ /* Hint of strategy to be used by PF driver to reserve resources for its VF */
+ uint16_t vf_reservation_strategy;
+ /* The PF driver should evenly divide its remaining resources among all VFs. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_RESOURCE_QCAPS_OUTPUT_VF_RESERVATION_STRATEGY_MAXIMAL \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* The PF driver should only reserve minimal resources for each VF. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_RESOURCE_QCAPS_OUTPUT_VF_RESERVATION_STRATEGY_MINIMAL \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The PF driver should not reserve any resources for each VF until the
+ * the VF interface is brought up.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_RESOURCE_QCAPS_OUTPUT_VF_RESERVATION_STRATEGY_MINIMAL_STATIC \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_RESOURCE_QCAPS_OUTPUT_VF_RESERVATION_STRATEGY_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_RESOURCE_QCAPS_OUTPUT_VF_RESERVATION_STRATEGY_MINIMAL_STATIC
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of RSS/COS contexts */
+ uint16_t min_rsscos_ctx;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of RSS/COS contexts */
+ uint16_t max_rsscos_ctx;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of completion rings */
+ uint16_t min_cmpl_rings;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of completion rings */
+ uint16_t max_cmpl_rings;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of transmit rings */
+ uint16_t min_tx_rings;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of transmit rings */
+ uint16_t max_tx_rings;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of receive rings */
+ uint16_t min_rx_rings;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of receive rings */
+ uint16_t max_rx_rings;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of L2 contexts */
+ uint16_t min_l2_ctxs;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of L2 contexts */
+ uint16_t max_l2_ctxs;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of VNICs */
+ uint16_t min_vnics;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of VNICs */
+ uint16_t max_vnics;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of statistic contexts */
+ uint16_t min_stat_ctx;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of statistic contexts */
+ uint16_t max_stat_ctx;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of ring groups */
+ uint16_t min_hw_ring_grps;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of ring groups */
+ uint16_t max_hw_ring_grps;
+ /*
+ * Maximum number of inputs into the transmit scheduler for this function.
+ * The number of TX rings assigned to the function cannot exceed this value.
+ */
+ uint16_t max_tx_scheduler_inputs;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/*****************************
+ * hwrm_func_vf_resource_cfg *
+ *****************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_vf_resource_cfg_input (size:448b/56B) */
+struct hwrm_func_vf_resource_cfg_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint32_t flags;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * When this bit is set to '1', the PHY for the port shall be
- * reset. # If this bit is set to 1, then the HWRM shall reset
- * the PHY after applying PHY configuration changes specified in
- * this command. # In order to guarantee that PHY configuration
- * changes specified in this command take effect, the HWRM
- * client should set this flag to 1. # If this bit is not set to
- * 1, then the HWRM may reset the PHY depending on the current
- * PHY configuration and settings specified in this command.
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RESET_PHY UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* deprecated bit. Do not use!!! */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_DEPRECATED UINT32_C(0x2)
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * When this bit is set to '1', the link shall be forced to the
- * force_link_speed value. When this bit is set to '1', the HWRM
- * client should not enable any of the auto negotiation related
- * fields represented by auto_XXX fields in this command. When
- * this bit is set to '1' and the HWRM client has enabled a
- * auto_XXX field in this command, then the HWRM shall ignore
- * the enabled auto_XXX field. When this bit is set to zero, the
- * link shall be allowed to autoneg.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FORCE UINT32_C(0x4)
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ /* VF ID that is being configured by PF */
+ uint16_t vf_id;
+ /* Maximum guaranteed number of MSI-X vectors for the function */
+ uint16_t max_msix;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of RSS/COS contexts */
+ uint16_t min_rsscos_ctx;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of RSS/COS contexts */
+ uint16_t max_rsscos_ctx;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of completion rings */
+ uint16_t min_cmpl_rings;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of completion rings */
+ uint16_t max_cmpl_rings;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of transmit rings */
+ uint16_t min_tx_rings;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of transmit rings */
+ uint16_t max_tx_rings;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of receive rings */
+ uint16_t min_rx_rings;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of receive rings */
+ uint16_t max_rx_rings;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of L2 contexts */
+ uint16_t min_l2_ctxs;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of L2 contexts */
+ uint16_t max_l2_ctxs;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of VNICs */
+ uint16_t min_vnics;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of VNICs */
+ uint16_t max_vnics;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of statistic contexts */
+ uint16_t min_stat_ctx;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of statistic contexts */
+ uint16_t max_stat_ctx;
+ /* Minimum guaranteed number of ring groups */
+ uint16_t min_hw_ring_grps;
+ /* Maximum non-guaranteed number of ring groups */
+ uint16_t max_hw_ring_grps;
+ uint8_t unused_0[4];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_func_vf_resource_cfg_output (size:256b/32B) */
+struct hwrm_func_vf_resource_cfg_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /* Reserved number of RSS/COS contexts */
+ uint16_t reserved_rsscos_ctx;
+ /* Reserved number of completion rings */
+ uint16_t reserved_cmpl_rings;
+ /* Reserved number of transmit rings */
+ uint16_t reserved_tx_rings;
+ /* Reserved number of receive rings */
+ uint16_t reserved_rx_rings;
+ /* Reserved number of L2 contexts */
+ uint16_t reserved_l2_ctxs;
+ /* Reserved number of VNICs */
+ uint16_t reserved_vnics;
+ /* Reserved number of statistic contexts */
+ uint16_t reserved_stat_ctx;
+ /* Reserved number of ring groups */
+ uint16_t reserved_hw_ring_grps;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/*********************************
+ * hwrm_func_backing_store_qcaps *
+ *********************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_backing_store_qcaps_input (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_func_backing_store_qcaps_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_func_backing_store_qcaps_output (size:512b/64B) */
+struct hwrm_func_backing_store_qcaps_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /* Maximum number of QP context entries supported for this function. */
+ uint32_t qp_max_entries;
+ /*
+ * Minimum number of QP context entries that are needed to be reserved
+ * for QP1 for the PF and its VFs. PF drivers must allocate at least
+ * this many QP context entries, even if RoCE will not be used.
+ */
+ uint16_t qp_min_qp1_entries;
+ /* Maximum number of QP context entries that can be used for L2. */
+ uint16_t qp_max_l2_entries;
+ /* Number of bytes that must be allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t qp_entry_size;
+ /* Maximum number of SRQ context entries that can be used for L2. */
+ uint16_t srq_max_l2_entries;
+ /* Maximum number of SRQ context entries supported for this function. */
+ uint32_t srq_max_entries;
+ /* Number of bytes that must be allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t srq_entry_size;
+ /* Maximum number of CQ context entries that can be used for L2. */
+ uint16_t cq_max_l2_entries;
+ /* Maximum number of CQ context entries supported for this function. */
+ uint32_t cq_max_entries;
+ /* Number of bytes that must be allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t cq_entry_size;
+ /* Maximum number of VNIC context entries supported for this function. */
+ uint16_t vnic_max_vnic_entries;
+ /* Maximum number of Ring table context entries supported for this function. */
+ uint16_t vnic_max_ring_table_entries;
+ /* Number of bytes that must be allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t vnic_entry_size;
+ /* Maximum number of statistic context entries supported for this function. */
+ uint32_t stat_max_entries;
+ /* Number of bytes that must be allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t stat_entry_size;
+ /* Maximum number of TQM context entries supported per ring. */
+ uint16_t tqm_max_entries_per_ring;
+ /* Number of bytes that must be allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t tqm_entry_size;
+ /* Number of bytes that must be allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t mrav_entry_size;
+ /* Maximum number of MR/AV context entries supported for this function. */
+ uint32_t mrav_max_entries;
+ /* Maximum number of Timer context entries supported for this function. */
+ uint32_t tim_max_entries;
+ /* Number of bytes that must be allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t tim_entry_size;
+ uint8_t unused_0;
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/*******************************
+ * hwrm_func_backing_store_cfg *
+ *******************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_backing_store_cfg_input (size:2048b/256B) */
+struct hwrm_func_backing_store_cfg_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t flags;
+ /*
+ * When set, the firmware only uses on-chip resources and does not
+ * expect any backing store to be provided by the host driver. This
+ * mode provides minimal L2 functionality (e.g. limited L2 resources,
+ * no RoCE).
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PREBOOT_MODE \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ uint32_t enables;
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the qp fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_QP \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the srq fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_SRQ \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the cq fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_CQ \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the vnic fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_VNIC \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the stat fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_STAT \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_sp fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TQM_SP \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring0 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TQM_RING0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring1 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TQM_RING1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring2 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TQM_RING2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring3 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TQM_RING3 \
+ UINT32_C(0x200)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring4 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TQM_RING4 \
+ UINT32_C(0x400)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring5 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TQM_RING5 \
+ UINT32_C(0x800)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring6 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TQM_RING6 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1000)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring7 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TQM_RING7 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2000)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the mrav fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_MRAV \
+ UINT32_C(0x4000)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tim fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TIM \
+ UINT32_C(0x8000)
+ /* QPC page size and level. */
+ uint8_t qpc_pg_size_qpc_lvl;
+ /* QPC PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* QPC page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* SRQ page size and level. */
+ uint8_t srq_pg_size_srq_lvl;
+ /* SRQ PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* SRQ page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* CQ page size and level. */
+ uint8_t cq_pg_size_cq_lvl;
+ /* CQ PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* CQ page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* VNIC page size and level. */
+ uint8_t vnic_pg_size_vnic_lvl;
+ /* VNIC PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* VNIC page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* Stat page size and level. */
+ uint8_t stat_pg_size_stat_lvl;
+ /* Stat PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* Stat page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM slow path page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_sp_pg_size_tqm_sp_lvl;
+ /* TQM slow path PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM slow path page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 0 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring0_pg_size_tqm_ring0_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 0 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 0 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 1 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring1_pg_size_tqm_ring1_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 1 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 1 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 2 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring2_pg_size_tqm_ring2_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 2 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 2 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 3 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring3_pg_size_tqm_ring3_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 3 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 3 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 4 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring4_pg_size_tqm_ring4_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 4 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 4 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 5 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring5_pg_size_tqm_ring5_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 5 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 5 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 6 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring6_pg_size_tqm_ring6_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 6 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 6 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 7 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring7_pg_size_tqm_ring7_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 7 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 7 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* MR/AV page size and level. */
+ uint8_t mrav_pg_size_mrav_lvl;
+ /* MR/AV PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* MR/AV page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* Timer page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tim_pg_size_tim_lvl;
+ /* Timer PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* Timer page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_CFG_INPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* QP page directory. */
+ uint64_t qpc_page_dir;
+ /* SRQ page directory. */
+ uint64_t srq_page_dir;
+ /* CQ page directory. */
+ uint64_t cq_page_dir;
+ /* VNIC page directory. */
+ uint64_t vnic_page_dir;
+ /* Stat page directory. */
+ uint64_t stat_page_dir;
+ /* TQM slowpath page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_sp_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 0 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring0_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 1 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring1_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 2 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring2_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 3 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring3_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 4 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring4_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 5 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring5_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 6 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring6_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 7 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring7_page_dir;
+ /* MR/AV page directory. */
+ uint64_t mrav_page_dir;
+ /* Timer page directory. */
+ uint64_t tim_page_dir;
+ /* Number of QPs. */
+ uint32_t qp_num_entries;
+ /* Number of SRQs. */
+ uint32_t srq_num_entries;
+ /* Number of CQs. */
+ uint32_t cq_num_entries;
+ /* Number of Stats. */
+ uint32_t stat_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM slowpath entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_sp_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 0 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring0_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 1 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring1_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 2 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring2_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 3 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring3_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 4 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring4_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 5 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring5_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 6 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring6_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 7 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring7_num_entries;
+ /* Number of MR/AV entries. */
+ uint32_t mrav_num_entries;
+ /* Number of Timer entries. */
+ uint32_t tim_num_entries;
+ /* Number of entries to reserve for QP1 */
+ uint16_t qp_num_qp1_entries;
+ /* Number of entries to reserve for L2 */
+ uint16_t qp_num_l2_entries;
+ /* Number of bytes that have been allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t qp_entry_size;
+ /* Number of entries to reserve for L2 */
+ uint16_t srq_num_l2_entries;
+ /* Number of bytes that have been allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t srq_entry_size;
+ /* Number of entries to reserve for L2 */
+ uint16_t cq_num_l2_entries;
+ /* Number of bytes that have been allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t cq_entry_size;
+ /* Number of entries to reserve for VNIC entries */
+ uint16_t vnic_num_vnic_entries;
+ /* Number of entries to reserve for Ring table entries */
+ uint16_t vnic_num_ring_table_entries;
+ /* Number of bytes that have been allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t vnic_entry_size;
+ /* Number of bytes that have been allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t stat_entry_size;
+ /* Number of bytes that have been allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t tqm_entry_size;
+ /* Number of bytes that have been allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t mrav_entry_size;
+ /* Number of bytes that have been allocated for each context entry. */
+ uint16_t tim_entry_size;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_func_backing_store_cfg_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_func_backing_store_cfg_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/********************************
+ * hwrm_func_backing_store_qcfg *
+ ********************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_backing_store_qcfg_input (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_func_backing_store_qcfg_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_func_backing_store_qcfg_output (size:1920b/240B) */
+struct hwrm_func_backing_store_qcfg_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint32_t flags;
+ /*
+ * When set, the firmware only uses on-chip resources and does not
+ * expect any backing store to be provided by the host driver. This
+ * mode provides minimal L2 functionality (e.g. limited L2 resources,
+ * no RoCE).
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PREBOOT_MODE \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ uint8_t unused_0[4];
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the qp fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_QP \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the srq fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_SRQ \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the cq fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_CQ \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the vnic fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_VNIC \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the stat fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_STAT \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_sp fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_TQM_SP \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring0 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_TQM_RING0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring1 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_TQM_RING1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring2 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_TQM_RING2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring3 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_TQM_RING3 \
+ UINT32_C(0x200)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring4 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_TQM_RING4 \
+ UINT32_C(0x400)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring5 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_TQM_RING5 \
+ UINT32_C(0x800)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring6 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_TQM_RING6 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1000)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tqm_ring7 fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_TQM_RING7 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2000)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the mrav fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_MRAV \
+ UINT32_C(0x4000)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tim fields to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_UNUSED_0_TIM \
+ UINT32_C(0x8000)
+ /* QPC page size and level. */
+ uint8_t qpc_pg_size_qpc_lvl;
+ /* QPC PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* QPC page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_QPC_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* SRQ page size and level. */
+ uint8_t srq_pg_size_srq_lvl;
+ /* SRQ PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* SRQ page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_SRQ_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* CQ page size and level. */
+ uint8_t cq_pg_size_cq_lvl;
+ /* CQ PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* CQ page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_CQ_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* VNIC page size and level. */
+ uint8_t vnic_pg_size_vnic_lvl;
+ /* VNIC PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* VNIC page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_VNIC_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* Stat page size and level. */
+ uint8_t stat_pg_size_stat_lvl;
+ /* Stat PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* Stat page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_STAT_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM slow path page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_sp_pg_size_tqm_sp_lvl;
+ /* TQM slow path PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM slow path page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_SP_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 0 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring0_pg_size_tqm_ring0_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 0 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 0 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING0_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 1 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring1_pg_size_tqm_ring1_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 1 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 1 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING1_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 2 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring2_pg_size_tqm_ring2_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 2 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 2 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING2_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 3 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring3_pg_size_tqm_ring3_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 3 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 3 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING3_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 4 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring4_pg_size_tqm_ring4_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 4 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 4 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING4_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 5 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring5_pg_size_tqm_ring5_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 5 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 5 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING5_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 6 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring6_pg_size_tqm_ring6_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 6 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 6 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING6_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* TQM ring 7 page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tqm_ring7_pg_size_tqm_ring7_lvl;
+ /* TQM ring 7 PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* TQM ring 7 page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TQM_RING7_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* MR/AV page size and level. */
+ uint8_t mrav_pg_size_mrav_lvl;
+ /* MR/AV PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* MR/AV page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_MRAV_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* Timer page size and level. */
+ uint8_t tim_pg_size_tim_lvl;
+ /* Timer PBL indirect levels. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_LVL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_LVL_SFT 0
+ /* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_LVL_LVL_0 \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_LVL_LVL_1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing to PTE tables. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_LVL_LVL_2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_LVL_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_LVL_LVL_2
+ /* Timer page size. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xf0)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_SFT 4
+ /* 4KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_4K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 4)
+ /* 8KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_8K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 4)
+ /* 64KB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_64K \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 4)
+ /* 2MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_2M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 4)
+ /* 8MB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_8M \
+ (UINT32_C(0x4) << 4)
+ /* 1GB. */
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_1G \
+ (UINT32_C(0x5) << 4)
+ #define HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_LAST \
+ HWRM_FUNC_BACKING_STORE_QCFG_OUTPUT_TIM_PG_SIZE_PG_1G
+ /* QP page directory. */
+ uint64_t qpc_page_dir;
+ /* SRQ page directory. */
+ uint64_t srq_page_dir;
+ /* CQ page directory. */
+ uint64_t cq_page_dir;
+ /* VNIC page directory. */
+ uint64_t vnic_page_dir;
+ /* Stat page directory. */
+ uint64_t stat_page_dir;
+ /* TQM slowpath page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_sp_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 0 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring0_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 1 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring1_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 2 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring2_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 3 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring3_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 4 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring4_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 5 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring5_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 6 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring6_page_dir;
+ /* TQM ring 7 page directory. */
+ uint64_t tqm_ring7_page_dir;
+ /* MR/AV page directory. */
+ uint64_t mrav_page_dir;
+ /* Timer page directory. */
+ uint64_t tim_page_dir;
+ /* Number of entries to reserve for QP1 */
+ uint16_t qp_num_qp1_entries;
+ /* Number of entries to reserve for L2 */
+ uint16_t qp_num_l2_entries;
+ /* Number of QPs. */
+ uint32_t qp_num_entries;
+ /* Number of SRQs. */
+ uint32_t srq_num_entries;
+ /* Number of entries to reserve for L2 */
+ uint16_t srq_num_l2_entries;
+ /* Number of entries to reserve for L2 */
+ uint16_t cq_num_l2_entries;
+ /* Number of CQs. */
+ uint32_t cq_num_entries;
+ /* Number of entries to reserve for VNIC entries */
+ uint16_t vnic_num_vnic_entries;
+ /* Number of entries to reserve for Ring table entries */
+ uint16_t vnic_num_ring_table_entries;
+ /* Number of Stats. */
+ uint32_t stat_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM slowpath entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_sp_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 0 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring0_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 1 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring1_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 2 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring2_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 3 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring3_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 4 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring4_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 5 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring5_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 6 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring6_num_entries;
+ /* Number of TQM ring 7 entries. */
+ uint32_t tqm_ring7_num_entries;
+ /* Number of MR/AV entries. */
+ uint32_t mrav_num_entries;
+ /* Number of Timer entries. */
+ uint32_t tim_num_entries;
+ uint8_t unused_1[7];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/*********************
+ * hwrm_port_phy_cfg *
+ *********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_phy_cfg_input (size:448b/56B) */
+struct hwrm_port_phy_cfg_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t flags;
+ /*
+ * When this bit is set to '1', the PHY for the port shall
+ * be reset.
+ *
+ * # If this bit is set to 1, then the HWRM shall reset the
+ * PHY after applying PHY configuration changes specified
+ * in this command.
+ * # In order to guarantee that PHY configuration changes
+ * specified in this command take effect, the HWRM
+ * client should set this flag to 1.
+ * # If this bit is not set to 1, then the HWRM may reset
+ * the PHY depending on the current PHY configuration and
+ * settings specified in this command.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RESET_PHY \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* deprecated bit. Do not use!!! */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_DEPRECATED \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is set to '1', the link shall be forced to
+ * the force_link_speed value.
+ *
+ * When this bit is set to '1', the HWRM client should
+ * not enable any of the auto negotiation related
+ * fields represented by auto_XXX fields in this command.
+ * When this bit is set to '1' and the HWRM client has
+ * enabled a auto_XXX field in this command, then the
+ * HWRM shall ignore the enabled auto_XXX field.
+ *
+ * When this bit is set to zero, the link
+ * shall be allowed to autoneg.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FORCE \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
* When this bit is set to '1', the auto-negotiation process
* shall be restarted on the link.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RESTART_AUTONEG UINT32_C(0x8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_RESTART_AUTONEG \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
/*
- * When this bit is set to '1', Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE)
- * is requested to be enabled on this link. If EEE is not
- * supported on this port, then this flag shall be ignored by
- * the HWRM.
+ * When this bit is set to '1', Energy Efficient Ethernet
+ * (EEE) is requested to be enabled on this link.
+ * If EEE is not supported on this port, then this flag
+ * shall be ignored by the HWRM.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_EEE_ENABLE UINT32_C(0x10)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_EEE_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
/*
- * When this bit is set to '1', Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE)
- * is requested to be disabled on this link. If EEE is not
- * supported on this port, then this flag shall be ignored by
- * the HWRM.
+ * When this bit is set to '1', Energy Efficient Ethernet
+ * (EEE) is requested to be disabled on this link.
+ * If EEE is not supported on this port, then this flag
+ * shall be ignored by the HWRM.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_EEE_DISABLE UINT32_C(0x20)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_EEE_DISABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
/*
- * When this bit is set to '1' and EEE is enabled on this link,
- * then TX LPI is requested to be enabled on the link. If EEE is
- * not supported on this port, then this flag shall be ignored
- * by the HWRM. If EEE is disabled on this port, then this flag
+ * When this bit is set to '1' and EEE is enabled on this
+ * link, then TX LPI is requested to be enabled on the link.
+ * If EEE is not supported on this port, then this flag
* shall be ignored by the HWRM.
+ * If EEE is disabled on this port, then this flag shall be
+ * ignored by the HWRM.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_EEE_TX_LPI_ENABLE UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_EEE_TX_LPI_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
/*
- * When this bit is set to '1' and EEE is enabled on this link,
- * then TX LPI is requested to be disabled on the link. If EEE
- * is not supported on this port, then this flag shall be
- * ignored by the HWRM. If EEE is disabled on this port, then
- * this flag shall be ignored by the HWRM.
+ * When this bit is set to '1' and EEE is enabled on this
+ * link, then TX LPI is requested to be disabled on the link.
+ * If EEE is not supported on this port, then this flag
+ * shall be ignored by the HWRM.
+ * If EEE is disabled on this port, then this flag shall be
+ * ignored by the HWRM.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_EEE_TX_LPI_DISABLE UINT32_C(0x80)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_EEE_TX_LPI_DISABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
/*
- * When set to 1, then the HWRM shall enable FEC
- * autonegotitation on this port if supported. When set to 0,
- * then this flag shall be ignored. If FEC autonegotiation is
- * not supported, then the HWRM shall ignore this flag.
+ * When set to 1, then the HWRM shall enable FEC autonegotitation
+ * on this port if supported.
+ * When set to 0, then this flag shall be ignored.
+ * If FEC autonegotiation is not supported, then the HWRM shall ignore this
+ * flag.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FEC_AUTONEG_ENABLE UINT32_C(0x100)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FEC_AUTONEG_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
/*
- * When set to 1, then the HWRM shall disable FEC
- * autonegotiation on this port if supported. When set to 0,
- * then this flag shall be ignored. If FEC autonegotiation is
- * not supported, then the HWRM shall ignore this flag.
+ * When set to 1, then the HWRM shall disable FEC autonegotiation
+ * on this port if supported.
+ * When set to 0, then this flag shall be ignored.
+ * If FEC autonegotiation is not supported, then the HWRM shall ignore this
+ * flag.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FEC_AUTONEG_DISABLE \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FEC_AUTONEG_DISABLE \
UINT32_C(0x200)
/*
- * When set to 1, then the HWRM shall enable FEC CLAUSE 74 (Fire
- * Code) on this port if supported. When set to 0, then this
- * flag shall be ignored. If FEC CLAUSE 74 is not supported,
- * then the HWRM shall ignore this flag.
+ * When set to 1, then the HWRM shall enable FEC CLAUSE 74 (Fire Code)
+ * on this port if supported.
+ * When set to 0, then this flag shall be ignored.
+ * If FEC CLAUSE 74 is not supported, then the HWRM shall ignore this
+ * flag.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FEC_CLAUSE74_ENABLE \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FEC_CLAUSE74_ENABLE \
UINT32_C(0x400)
/*
- * When set to 1, then the HWRM shall disable FEC CLAUSE 74
- * (Fire Code) on this port if supported. When set to 0, then
- * this flag shall be ignored. If FEC CLAUSE 74 is not
- * supported, then the HWRM shall ignore this flag.
+ * When set to 1, then the HWRM shall disable FEC CLAUSE 74 (Fire Code)
+ * on this port if supported.
+ * When set to 0, then this flag shall be ignored.
+ * If FEC CLAUSE 74 is not supported, then the HWRM shall ignore this
+ * flag.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FEC_CLAUSE74_DISABLE \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FEC_CLAUSE74_DISABLE \
UINT32_C(0x800)
/*
- * When set to 1, then the HWRM shall enable FEC CLAUSE 91 (Reed
- * Solomon) on this port if supported. When set to 0, then this
- * flag shall be ignored. If FEC CLAUSE 91 is not supported,
- * then the HWRM shall ignore this flag.
+ * When set to 1, then the HWRM shall enable FEC CLAUSE 91 (Reed Solomon)
+ * on this port if supported.
+ * When set to 0, then this flag shall be ignored.
+ * If FEC CLAUSE 91 is not supported, then the HWRM shall ignore this
+ * flag.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FEC_CLAUSE91_ENABLE \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FEC_CLAUSE91_ENABLE \
UINT32_C(0x1000)
/*
- * When set to 1, then the HWRM shall disable FEC CLAUSE 91
- * (Reed Solomon) on this port if supported. When set to 0, then
- * this flag shall be ignored. If FEC CLAUSE 91 is not
- * supported, then the HWRM shall ignore this flag.
+ * When set to 1, then the HWRM shall disable FEC CLAUSE 91 (Reed Solomon)
+ * on this port if supported.
+ * When set to 0, then this flag shall be ignored.
+ * If FEC CLAUSE 91 is not supported, then the HWRM shall ignore this
+ * flag.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FEC_CLAUSE91_DISABLE \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FEC_CLAUSE91_DISABLE \
UINT32_C(0x2000)
/*
- * When this bit is set to '1', the link shall be forced to be
- * taken down. # When this bit is set to '1", all other command
- * input settings related to the link speed shall be ignored.
- * Once the link state is forced down, it can be explicitly
- * cleared from that state by setting this flag to '0'. # If
- * this flag is set to '0', then the link shall be cleared from
- * forced down state if the link is in forced down state. There
- * may be conditions (e.g. out-of-band or sideband configuration
- * changes for the link) outside the scope of the HWRM
- * implementation that may clear forced down link state.
- */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FORCE_LINK_DWN UINT32_C(0x4000)
- uint32_t enables;
- /* This bit must be '1' for the auto_mode field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_AUTO_MODE UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the auto_duplex field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_AUTO_DUPLEX UINT32_C(0x2)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the auto_pause field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_AUTO_PAUSE UINT32_C(0x4)
+ * When this bit is set to '1', the link shall be forced to
+ * be taken down.
+ *
+ * # When this bit is set to '1", all other
+ * command input settings related to the link speed shall
+ * be ignored.
+ * Once the link state is forced down, it can be
+ * explicitly cleared from that state by setting this flag
+ * to '0'.
+ * # If this flag is set to '0', then the link shall be
+ * cleared from forced down state if the link is in forced
+ * down state.
+ * There may be conditions (e.g. out-of-band or sideband
+ * configuration changes for the link) outside the scope
+ * of the HWRM implementation that may clear forced down
+ * link state.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_FORCE_LINK_DWN \
+ UINT32_C(0x4000)
+ uint32_t enables;
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the auto_mode field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_AUTO_MODE \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the auto_duplex field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_AUTO_DUPLEX \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the auto_pause field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_AUTO_PAUSE \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the auto_link_speed field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_AUTO_LINK_SPEED UINT32_C(0x8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_AUTO_LINK_SPEED \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the auto_link_speed_mask field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK \
UINT32_C(0x10)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the wirespeed field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_WIOUTPUTEED UINT32_C(0x20)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the lpbk field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LPBK UINT32_C(0x40)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the preemphasis field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_PREEMPHASIS UINT32_C(0x80)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the force_pause field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_FORCE_PAUSE UINT32_C(0x100)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the wirespeed field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_WIRESPEED \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the lpbk field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LPBK \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the preemphasis field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_PREEMPHASIS \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the force_pause field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_FORCE_PAUSE \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the eee_link_speed_mask field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK \
UINT32_C(0x200)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the tx_lpi_timer field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TX_LPI_TIMER UINT32_C(0x400)
- uint16_t port_id;
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tx_lpi_timer field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TX_LPI_TIMER \
+ UINT32_C(0x400)
/* Port ID of port that is to be configured. */
- uint16_t force_link_speed;
+ uint16_t port_id;
/*
- * This is the speed that will be used if the force bit is '1'.
- * If unsupported speed is selected, an error will be generated.
+ * This is the speed that will be used if the force
+ * bit is '1'. If unsupported speed is selected, an error
+ * will be generated.
*/
+ uint16_t force_link_speed;
/* 100Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_100MB UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_100MB UINT32_C(0x1)
/* 1Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_1GB UINT32_C(0xa)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_1GB UINT32_C(0xa)
/* 2Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_2GB UINT32_C(0x14)
- /* 2.5Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_2_5GB UINT32_C(0x19)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_2GB UINT32_C(0x14)
+ /* 25Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_2_5GB UINT32_C(0x19)
/* 10Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_10GB UINT32_C(0x64)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_10GB UINT32_C(0x64)
/* 20Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_20GB UINT32_C(0xc8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_20GB UINT32_C(0xc8)
/* 25Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_25GB UINT32_C(0xfa)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_25GB UINT32_C(0xfa)
/* 40Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_40GB UINT32_C(0x190)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_40GB UINT32_C(0x190)
/* 50Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_50GB UINT32_C(0x1f4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_50GB UINT32_C(0x1f4)
/* 100Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_100GB UINT32_C(0x3e8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_100GB UINT32_C(0x3e8)
/* 10Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_10MB UINT32_C(0xffff)
- uint8_t auto_mode;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_10MB UINT32_C(0xffff)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_10MB
/*
- * This value is used to identify what autoneg mode is used when
- * the link speed is not being forced.
+ * This value is used to identify what autoneg mode is
+ * used when the link speed is not being forced.
*/
- /*
- * Disable autoneg or autoneg disabled. No
- * speeds are selected.
- */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_MODE_NONE UINT32_C(0x0)
+ uint8_t auto_mode;
+ /* Disable autoneg or autoneg disabled. No speeds are selected. */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_MODE_NONE UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Select all possible speeds for autoneg mode. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_MODE_ALL_SPEEDS UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_MODE_ALL_SPEEDS UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * Select only the auto_link_speed speed for
- * autoneg mode. This mode has been DEPRECATED.
- * An HWRM client should not use this mode.
+ * Select only the auto_link_speed speed for autoneg mode. This mode has
+ * been DEPRECATED. An HWRM client should not use this mode.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_MODE_ONE_SPEED UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_MODE_ONE_SPEED UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * Select the auto_link_speed or any speed below
- * that speed for autoneg. This mode has been
- * DEPRECATED. An HWRM client should not use
- * this mode.
+ * Select the auto_link_speed or any speed below that speed for autoneg.
+ * This mode has been DEPRECATED. An HWRM client should not use this mode.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_MODE_ONE_OR_BELOW UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_MODE_ONE_OR_BELOW UINT32_C(0x3)
/*
- * Select the speeds based on the corresponding
- * link speed mask value that is provided.
+ * Select the speeds based on the corresponding link speed mask value
+ * that is provided.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_MODE_SPEED_MASK UINT32_C(0x4)
- uint8_t auto_duplex;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_MODE_SPEED_MASK UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_MODE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_MODE_SPEED_MASK
/*
- * This is the duplex setting that will be used if the
- * autoneg_mode is "one_speed" or "one_or_below".
+ * This is the duplex setting that will be used if the autoneg_mode
+ * is "one_speed" or "one_or_below".
*/
+ uint8_t auto_duplex;
/* Half Duplex will be requested. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_DUPLEX_HALF UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_DUPLEX_HALF UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Full duplex will be requested. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_DUPLEX_FULL UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_DUPLEX_FULL UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Both Half and Full dupex will be requested. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_DUPLEX_BOTH UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint8_t auto_pause;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_DUPLEX_BOTH UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_DUPLEX_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_DUPLEX_BOTH
/*
- * This value is used to configure the pause that will be used
- * for autonegotiation. Add text on the usage of auto_pause and
- * force_pause.
+ * This value is used to configure the pause that will be
+ * used for autonegotiation.
+ * Add text on the usage of auto_pause and force_pause.
*/
+ uint8_t auto_pause;
/*
- * When this bit is '1', Generation of tx pause messages has
- * been requested. Disabled otherwise.
+ * When this bit is '1', Generation of tx pause messages
+ * has been requested. Disabled otherwise.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_PAUSE_TX UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_PAUSE_TX \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * When this bit is '1', Reception of rx pause messages has been
- * requested. Disabled otherwise.
+ * When this bit is '1', Reception of rx pause messages
+ * has been requested. Disabled otherwise.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_PAUSE_RX UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_PAUSE_RX \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * When set to 1, the advertisement of pause is enabled. # When
- * the auto_mode is not set to none and this flag is set to 1,
- * then the auto_pause bits on this port are being advertised
- * and autoneg pause results are being interpreted. # When the
- * auto_mode is not set to none and this flag is set to 0, the
- * pause is forced as indicated in force_pause, and also
- * advertised as auto_pause bits, but the autoneg results are
- * not interpreted since the pause configuration is being
- * forced. # When the auto_mode is set to none and this flag is
- * set to 1, auto_pause bits should be ignored and should be set
- * to 0.
- */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_PAUSE_AUTONEG_PAUSE UINT32_C(0x4)
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint16_t auto_link_speed;
+ * When set to 1, the advertisement of pause is enabled.
+ *
+ * # When the auto_mode is not set to none and this flag is
+ * set to 1, then the auto_pause bits on this port are being
+ * advertised and autoneg pause results are being interpreted.
+ * # When the auto_mode is not set to none and this
+ * flag is set to 0, the pause is forced as indicated in
+ * force_pause, and also advertised as auto_pause bits, but
+ * the autoneg results are not interpreted since the pause
+ * configuration is being forced.
+ * # When the auto_mode is set to none and this flag is set to
+ * 1, auto_pause bits should be ignored and should be set to 0.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_PAUSE_AUTONEG_PAUSE \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
+ uint8_t unused_0;
/*
- * This is the speed that will be used if the autoneg_mode is
- * "one_speed" or "one_or_below". If an unsupported speed is
- * selected, an error will be generated.
+ * This is the speed that will be used if the autoneg_mode
+ * is "one_speed" or "one_or_below". If an unsupported speed
+ * is selected, an error will be generated.
*/
+ uint16_t auto_link_speed;
/* 100Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_100MB UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_100MB UINT32_C(0x1)
/* 1Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_1GB UINT32_C(0xa)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_1GB UINT32_C(0xa)
/* 2Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_2GB UINT32_C(0x14)
- /* 2.5Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_2_5GB UINT32_C(0x19)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_2GB UINT32_C(0x14)
+ /* 25Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_2_5GB UINT32_C(0x19)
/* 10Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_10GB UINT32_C(0x64)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_10GB UINT32_C(0x64)
/* 20Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_20GB UINT32_C(0xc8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_20GB UINT32_C(0xc8)
/* 25Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_25GB UINT32_C(0xfa)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_25GB UINT32_C(0xfa)
/* 40Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_40GB UINT32_C(0x190)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_40GB UINT32_C(0x190)
/* 50Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_50GB UINT32_C(0x1f4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_50GB UINT32_C(0x1f4)
/* 100Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_100GB UINT32_C(0x3e8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_100GB UINT32_C(0x3e8)
/* 10Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_10MB UINT32_C(0xffff)
- uint16_t auto_link_speed_mask;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_10MB UINT32_C(0xffff)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_10MB
/*
* This is a mask of link speeds that will be used if
- * autoneg_mode is "mask". If unsupported speed is enabled an
- * error will be generated.
+ * autoneg_mode is "mask". If unsupported speed is enabled
+ * an error will be generated.
*/
- /* 100Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100MBHD \
+ uint16_t auto_link_speed_mask;
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100MBHD \
UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100MB \
UINT32_C(0x2)
- /* 1Gb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Half-duplex) */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_1GBHD \
UINT32_C(0x4)
- /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_1GB \
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_1GB \
UINT32_C(0x8)
/* 2Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_2GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_2GB \
UINT32_C(0x10)
- /* 2.5Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_2_5GB \
+ /* 25Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_2_5GB \
UINT32_C(0x20)
/* 10Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10GB UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
/* 20Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_20GB UINT32_C(0x80)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_20GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
/* 25Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_25GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_25GB \
UINT32_C(0x100)
/* 40Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_40GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_40GB \
UINT32_C(0x200)
/* 50Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_50GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_50GB \
UINT32_C(0x400)
/* 100Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100GB \
UINT32_C(0x800)
- /* 10Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10MBHD \
+ /* 10Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10MBHD \
UINT32_C(0x1000)
- /* 10Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10MB \
+ /* 10Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10MB \
UINT32_C(0x2000)
- uint8_t wirespeed;
/* This value controls the wirespeed feature. */
+ uint8_t wirespeed;
/* Wirespeed feature is disabled. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_WIOUTPUTEED_OFF UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_WIRESPEED_OFF UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Wirespeed feature is enabled. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_WIOUTPUTEED_ON UINT32_C(0x1)
- uint8_t lpbk;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_WIRESPEED_ON UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_WIRESPEED_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_WIRESPEED_ON
/* This value controls the loopback setting for the PHY. */
- /* No loopback is selected. Normal operation. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_NONE UINT32_C(0x0)
+ uint8_t lpbk;
+ /* No loopback is selected. Normal operation. */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_NONE UINT32_C(0x0)
/*
- * The HW will be configured with local loopback
- * such that host data is sent back to the host
- * without modification.
+ * The HW will be configured with local loopback such that
+ * host data is sent back to the host without modification.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_LOCAL UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_LOCAL UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * The HW will be configured with remote
- * loopback such that port logic will send
- * packets back out the transmitter that are
- * received.
+ * The HW will be configured with remote loopback such that
+ * port logic will send packets back out the transmitter that
+ * are received.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_REMOTE UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint8_t force_pause;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_REMOTE UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * This value is used to configure the pause that will be used
- * for force mode.
+ * The HW will be configured with external loopback such that
+ * host data is sent on the trasmitter and based on the external
+ * loopback connection the data will be received without modification.
*/
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_EXTERNAL UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_EXTERNAL
/*
- * When this bit is '1', Generation of tx pause messages is
- * supported. Disabled otherwise.
+ * This value is used to configure the pause that will be
+ * used for force mode.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_PAUSE_TX UINT32_C(0x1)
+ uint8_t force_pause;
/*
- * When this bit is '1', Reception of rx pause messages is
- * supported. Disabled otherwise.
+ * When this bit is '1', Generation of tx pause messages
+ * is supported. Disabled otherwise.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_PAUSE_RX UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint32_t preemphasis;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_PAUSE_TX UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This value controls the pre-emphasis to be used for the link.
- * Driver should not set this value (use enable.preemphasis = 0)
- * unless driver is sure of setting. Normally HWRM FW will
- * determine proper pre-emphasis.
+ * When this bit is '1', Reception of rx pause messages
+ * is supported. Disabled otherwise.
*/
- uint16_t eee_link_speed_mask;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_FORCE_PAUSE_RX UINT32_C(0x2)
+ uint8_t unused_1;
/*
- * Setting for link speed mask that is used to advertise speeds
- * during autonegotiation when EEE is enabled. This field is
- * valid only when EEE is enabled. The speeds specified in this
- * field shall be a subset of speeds specified in
- * auto_link_speed_mask. If EEE is enabled,then at least one
- * speed shall be provided in this mask.
+ * This value controls the pre-emphasis to be used for the
+ * link. Driver should not set this value (use
+ * enable.preemphasis = 0) unless driver is sure of setting.
+ * Normally HWRM FW will determine proper pre-emphasis.
*/
+ uint32_t preemphasis;
+ /*
+ * Setting for link speed mask that is used to
+ * advertise speeds during autonegotiation when EEE is enabled.
+ * This field is valid only when EEE is enabled.
+ * The speeds specified in this field shall be a subset of
+ * speeds specified in auto_link_speed_mask.
+ * If EEE is enabled,then at least one speed shall be provided
+ * in this mask.
+ */
+ uint16_t eee_link_speed_mask;
/* Reserved */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD1 UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100MB UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100MB \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Reserved */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD2 UINT32_C(0x4)
- /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_1GB UINT32_C(0x8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_1GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
/* Reserved */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD3 UINT32_C(0x10)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD3 \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
/* Reserved */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD4 UINT32_C(0x20)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD4 \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
/* 10Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10GB UINT32_C(0x40)
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint32_t tx_lpi_timer;
- uint32_t unused_4;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
+ uint8_t unused_2[2];
/*
- * Reuested setting of TX LPI timer in microseconds. This field
- * is valid only when EEE is enabled and TX LPI is enabled.
+ * Reuested setting of TX LPI timer in microseconds.
+ * This field is valid only when EEE is enabled and TX LPI is
+ * enabled.
*/
+ uint32_t tx_lpi_timer;
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_TX_LPI_TIMER_MASK UINT32_C(0xffffff)
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_TX_LPI_TIMER_SFT 0
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_INPUT_TX_LPI_TIMER_SFT 0
+ uint32_t unused_3;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_port_phy_cfg_output (size:128b/16B) */
struct hwrm_port_phy_cfg_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
- /*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
- */
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_port_phy_cfg_cmd_err (size:64b/8B) */
+struct hwrm_port_phy_cfg_cmd_err {
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * command specific error codes that goes to
+ * the cmd_err field in Common HWRM Error Response.
*/
+ uint8_t code;
+ /* Unknown error */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_CMD_ERR_CODE_UNKNOWN UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* Unable to complete operation due to invalid speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_CMD_ERR_CODE_ILLEGAL_SPEED UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * retry the command since the phy is not ready.
+ * retry count is returned in opaque_0.
+ * This is only valid for the first command and
+ * this value will not change for successive calls.
+ * but if a 0 is returned at any time then this should
+ * be treated as an un recoverable failure,
+ *
+ * retry interval in milli seconds is returned in opaque_1.
+ * This specifies the time that user should wait before
+ * issuing the next port_phy_cfg command.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_CMD_ERR_CODE_RETRY UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_CMD_ERR_CODE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_CFG_CMD_ERR_CODE_RETRY
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_port_phy_qcfg */
-/* Description: This command queries the PHY configuration for the port. */
-/* Input (24 bytes) */
+/**********************
+ * hwrm_port_phy_qcfg *
+ **********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_phy_qcfg_input (size:192b/24B) */
struct hwrm_port_phy_qcfg_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint16_t port_id;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
/* Port ID of port that is to be queried. */
- uint16_t unused_0[3];
+ uint16_t port_id;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (96 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_port_phy_qcfg_output (size:768b/96B) */
struct hwrm_port_phy_qcfg_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
- /*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
- */
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
- /*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
- */
- uint8_t link;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
/* This value indicates the current link status. */
+ uint8_t link;
/* There is no link or cable detected. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_NO_LINK UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_NO_LINK UINT32_C(0x0)
/* There is no link, but a cable has been detected. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SIGNAL UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SIGNAL UINT32_C(0x1)
/* There is a link. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_LINK UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint16_t link_speed;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_LINK UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_LINK
+ uint8_t unused_0;
/* This value indicates the current link speed of the connection. */
+ uint16_t link_speed;
/* 100Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_100MB UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_100MB UINT32_C(0x1)
/* 1Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_1GB UINT32_C(0xa)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_1GB UINT32_C(0xa)
/* 2Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_2GB UINT32_C(0x14)
- /* 2.5Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_2_5GB UINT32_C(0x19)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_2GB UINT32_C(0x14)
+ /* 25Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_2_5GB UINT32_C(0x19)
/* 10Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_10GB UINT32_C(0x64)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_10GB UINT32_C(0x64)
/* 20Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_20GB UINT32_C(0xc8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_20GB UINT32_C(0xc8)
/* 25Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_25GB UINT32_C(0xfa)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_25GB UINT32_C(0xfa)
/* 40Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_40GB UINT32_C(0x190)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_40GB UINT32_C(0x190)
/* 50Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_50GB UINT32_C(0x1f4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_50GB UINT32_C(0x1f4)
/* 100Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_100GB UINT32_C(0x3e8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_100GB UINT32_C(0x3e8)
/* 10Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_10MB UINT32_C(0xffff)
- uint8_t duplex_cfg;
- /* This value is indicates the duplex of the current connection. */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_10MB UINT32_C(0xffff)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_SPEED_10MB
+ /*
+ * This value is indicates the duplex of the current
+ * configuration.
+ */
+ uint8_t duplex_cfg;
/* Half Duplex connection. */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_DUPLEX_CFG_HALF UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Full duplex connection. */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_DUPLEX_CFG_FULL UINT32_C(0x1)
- uint8_t pause;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_DUPLEX_CFG_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_DUPLEX_CFG_FULL
/*
- * This value is used to indicate the current pause
- * configuration. When autoneg is enabled, this value represents
- * the autoneg results of pause configuration.
+ * This value is used to indicate the current
+ * pause configuration. When autoneg is enabled, this value
+ * represents the autoneg results of pause configuration.
*/
+ uint8_t pause;
/*
- * When this bit is '1', Generation of tx pause messages is
- * supported. Disabled otherwise.
+ * When this bit is '1', Generation of tx pause messages
+ * is supported. Disabled otherwise.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PAUSE_TX UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PAUSE_TX UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * When this bit is '1', Reception of rx pause messages is
- * supported. Disabled otherwise.
+ * When this bit is '1', Reception of rx pause messages
+ * is supported. Disabled otherwise.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PAUSE_RX UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint16_t support_speeds;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PAUSE_RX UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * The supported speeds for the port. This is a bit mask. For
- * each speed that is supported, the corrresponding bit will be
- * set to '1'.
+ * The supported speeds for the port. This is a bit mask.
+ * For each speed that is supported, the corrresponding
+ * bit will be set to '1'.
*/
- /* 100Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_100MBHD UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_100MB UINT32_C(0x2)
- /* 1Gb link speed (Half-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_1GBHD UINT32_C(0x4)
- /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_1GB UINT32_C(0x8)
+ uint16_t support_speeds;
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_100MBHD \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_100MB \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_1GBHD \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_1GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
/* 2Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_2GB UINT32_C(0x10)
- /* 2.5Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_2_5GB UINT32_C(0x20)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_2GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
+ /* 25Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_2_5GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
/* 10Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_10GB UINT32_C(0x40)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_10GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
/* 20Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_20GB UINT32_C(0x80)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_20GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
/* 25Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_25GB UINT32_C(0x100)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_25GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
/* 40Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_40GB UINT32_C(0x200)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_40GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x200)
/* 50Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_50GB UINT32_C(0x400)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_50GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x400)
/* 100Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_100GB UINT32_C(0x800)
- /* 10Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_10MBHD UINT32_C(0x1000)
- /* 10Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_10MB UINT32_C(0x2000)
- uint16_t force_link_speed;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_100GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x800)
+ /* 10Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_10MBHD \
+ UINT32_C(0x1000)
+ /* 10Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_SUPPORT_SPEEDS_10MB \
+ UINT32_C(0x2000)
/*
- * Current setting of forced link speed. When the link speed is
- * not being forced, this value shall be set to 0.
+ * Current setting of forced link speed.
+ * When the link speed is not being forced, this
+ * value shall be set to 0.
*/
+ uint16_t force_link_speed;
/* 100Mb link speed */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_100MB UINT32_C(0x1)
/* 1Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_1GB UINT32_C(0xa)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_1GB UINT32_C(0xa)
/* 2Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_2GB UINT32_C(0x14)
- /* 2.5Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_2GB UINT32_C(0x14)
+ /* 25Gb link speed */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_2_5GB UINT32_C(0x19)
/* 10Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_10GB UINT32_C(0x64)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_10GB UINT32_C(0x64)
/* 20Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_20GB UINT32_C(0xc8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_20GB UINT32_C(0xc8)
/* 25Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_25GB UINT32_C(0xfa)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_25GB UINT32_C(0xfa)
/* 40Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_40GB UINT32_C(0x190)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_40GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x190)
/* 50Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_50GB UINT32_C(0x1f4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_50GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x1f4)
/* 100Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_100GB UINT32_C(0x3e8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_100GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x3e8)
/* 10Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_10MB UINT32_C(0xffff)
- uint8_t auto_mode;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_10MB \
+ UINT32_C(0xffff)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_LINK_SPEED_10MB
/* Current setting of auto negotiation mode. */
- /*
- * Disable autoneg or autoneg disabled. No
- * speeds are selected.
- */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_MODE_NONE UINT32_C(0x0)
+ uint8_t auto_mode;
+ /* Disable autoneg or autoneg disabled. No speeds are selected. */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_MODE_NONE UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Select all possible speeds for autoneg mode. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_MODE_ALL_SPEEDS UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_MODE_ALL_SPEEDS UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * Select only the auto_link_speed speed for
- * autoneg mode. This mode has been DEPRECATED.
- * An HWRM client should not use this mode.
+ * Select only the auto_link_speed speed for autoneg mode. This mode has
+ * been DEPRECATED. An HWRM client should not use this mode.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_MODE_ONE_SPEED UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_MODE_ONE_SPEED UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * Select the auto_link_speed or any speed below
- * that speed for autoneg. This mode has been
- * DEPRECATED. An HWRM client should not use
- * this mode.
+ * Select the auto_link_speed or any speed below that speed for autoneg.
+ * This mode has been DEPRECATED. An HWRM client should not use this mode.
*/
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_MODE_ONE_OR_BELOW UINT32_C(0x3)
/*
- * Select the speeds based on the corresponding
- * link speed mask value that is provided.
+ * Select the speeds based on the corresponding link speed mask value
+ * that is provided.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_MODE_SPEED_MASK UINT32_C(0x4)
- uint8_t auto_pause;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_MODE_SPEED_MASK UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_MODE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_MODE_SPEED_MASK
/*
- * Current setting of pause autonegotiation. Move autoneg_pause
- * flag here.
+ * Current setting of pause autonegotiation.
+ * Move autoneg_pause flag here.
*/
+ uint8_t auto_pause;
/*
- * When this bit is '1', Generation of tx pause messages has
- * been requested. Disabled otherwise.
+ * When this bit is '1', Generation of tx pause messages
+ * has been requested. Disabled otherwise.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_PAUSE_TX UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_PAUSE_TX \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * When this bit is '1', Reception of rx pause messages has been
- * requested. Disabled otherwise.
+ * When this bit is '1', Reception of rx pause messages
+ * has been requested. Disabled otherwise.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_PAUSE_RX UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_PAUSE_RX \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * When set to 1, the advertisement of pause is enabled. # When
- * the auto_mode is not set to none and this flag is set to 1,
- * then the auto_pause bits on this port are being advertised
- * and autoneg pause results are being interpreted. # When the
- * auto_mode is not set to none and this flag is set to 0, the
- * pause is forced as indicated in force_pause, and also
- * advertised as auto_pause bits, but the autoneg results are
- * not interpreted since the pause configuration is being
- * forced. # When the auto_mode is set to none and this flag is
- * set to 1, auto_pause bits should be ignored and should be set
- * to 0.
- */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_PAUSE_AUTONEG_PAUSE UINT32_C(0x4)
- uint16_t auto_link_speed;
+ * When set to 1, the advertisement of pause is enabled.
+ *
+ * # When the auto_mode is not set to none and this flag is
+ * set to 1, then the auto_pause bits on this port are being
+ * advertised and autoneg pause results are being interpreted.
+ * # When the auto_mode is not set to none and this
+ * flag is set to 0, the pause is forced as indicated in
+ * force_pause, and also advertised as auto_pause bits, but
+ * the autoneg results are not interpreted since the pause
+ * configuration is being forced.
+ * # When the auto_mode is set to none and this flag is set to
+ * 1, auto_pause bits should be ignored and should be set to 0.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_PAUSE_AUTONEG_PAUSE \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
- * Current setting for auto_link_speed. This field is only valid
- * when auto_mode is set to "one_speed" or "one_or_below".
+ * Current setting for auto_link_speed. This field is only
+ * valid when auto_mode is set to "one_speed" or "one_or_below".
*/
+ uint16_t auto_link_speed;
/* 100Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_100MB UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_100MB UINT32_C(0x1)
/* 1Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_1GB UINT32_C(0xa)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_1GB UINT32_C(0xa)
/* 2Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_2GB UINT32_C(0x14)
- /* 2.5Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_2_5GB UINT32_C(0x19)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_2GB UINT32_C(0x14)
+ /* 25Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_2_5GB UINT32_C(0x19)
/* 10Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_10GB UINT32_C(0x64)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_10GB UINT32_C(0x64)
/* 20Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_20GB UINT32_C(0xc8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_20GB UINT32_C(0xc8)
/* 25Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_25GB UINT32_C(0xfa)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_25GB UINT32_C(0xfa)
/* 40Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_40GB UINT32_C(0x190)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_40GB UINT32_C(0x190)
/* 50Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_50GB UINT32_C(0x1f4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_50GB UINT32_C(0x1f4)
/* 100Gb link speed */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_100GB UINT32_C(0x3e8)
/* 10Mb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_10MB UINT32_C(0xffff)
- uint16_t auto_link_speed_mask;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_10MB \
+ UINT32_C(0xffff)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_10MB
/*
* Current setting for auto_link_speed_mask that is used to
- * advertise speeds during autonegotiation. This field is only
- * valid when auto_mode is set to "mask". The speeds specified
- * in this field shall be a subset of supported speeds on this
- * port.
- */
- /* 100Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100MBHD \
+ * advertise speeds during autonegotiation.
+ * This field is only valid when auto_mode is set to "mask".
+ * The speeds specified in this field shall be a subset of
+ * supported speeds on this port.
+ */
+ uint16_t auto_link_speed_mask;
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100MBHD \
UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100MB \
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100MB \
UINT32_C(0x2)
- /* 1Gb link speed (Half-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_1GBHD \
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_1GBHD \
UINT32_C(0x4)
- /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_1GB UINT32_C(0x8)
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_1GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
/* 2Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_2GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_2GB \
UINT32_C(0x10)
- /* 2.5Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_2_5GB \
+ /* 25Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_2_5GB \
UINT32_C(0x20)
/* 10Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10GB \
UINT32_C(0x40)
/* 20Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_20GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_20GB \
UINT32_C(0x80)
/* 25Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_25GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_25GB \
UINT32_C(0x100)
/* 40Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_40GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_40GB \
UINT32_C(0x200)
/* 50Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_50GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_50GB \
UINT32_C(0x400)
/* 100Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100GB \
UINT32_C(0x800)
- /* 10Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10MBHD \
+ /* 10Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10MBHD \
UINT32_C(0x1000)
- /* 10Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10MB \
+ /* 10Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_AUTO_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10MB \
UINT32_C(0x2000)
- uint8_t wirespeed;
/* Current setting for wirespeed. */
+ uint8_t wirespeed;
/* Wirespeed feature is disabled. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_WIOUTPUTEED_OFF UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_WIRESPEED_OFF UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Wirespeed feature is enabled. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_WIOUTPUTEED_ON UINT32_C(0x1)
- uint8_t lpbk;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_WIRESPEED_ON UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_WIRESPEED_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_WIRESPEED_ON
/* Current setting for loopback. */
- /* No loopback is selected. Normal operation. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_NONE UINT32_C(0x0)
+ uint8_t lpbk;
+ /* No loopback is selected. Normal operation. */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_NONE UINT32_C(0x0)
/*
- * The HW will be configured with local loopback
- * such that host data is sent back to the host
- * without modification.
+ * The HW will be configured with local loopback such that
+ * host data is sent back to the host without modification.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_LOCAL UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_LOCAL UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * The HW will be configured with remote
- * loopback such that port logic will send
- * packets back out the transmitter that are
- * received.
+ * The HW will be configured with remote loopback such that
+ * port logic will send packets back out the transmitter that
+ * are received.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_REMOTE UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint8_t force_pause;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_REMOTE UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * Current setting of forced pause. When the pause configuration
- * is not being forced, then this value shall be set to 0.
+ * The HW will be configured with external loopback such that
+ * host data is sent on the trasmitter and based on the external
+ * loopback connection the data will be received without modification.
*/
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_EXTERNAL UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_EXTERNAL
/*
- * When this bit is '1', Generation of tx pause messages is
- * supported. Disabled otherwise.
+ * Current setting of forced pause.
+ * When the pause configuration is not being forced, then
+ * this value shall be set to 0.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_PAUSE_TX UINT32_C(0x1)
+ uint8_t force_pause;
/*
- * When this bit is '1', Reception of rx pause messages is
- * supported. Disabled otherwise.
+ * When this bit is '1', Generation of tx pause messages
+ * is supported. Disabled otherwise.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_PAUSE_RX UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint8_t module_status;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_PAUSE_TX UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * This value indicates the current status of the optics module
- * on this port.
+ * When this bit is '1', Reception of rx pause messages
+ * is supported. Disabled otherwise.
*/
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FORCE_PAUSE_RX UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /*
+ * This value indicates the current status of the optics module on
+ * this port.
+ */
+ uint8_t module_status;
/* Module is inserted and accepted */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_NONE UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_NONE \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Module is rejected and transmit side Laser is disabled. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_DISABLETX UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_DISABLETX \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Module mismatch warning. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_WARNINGMSG UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_WARNINGMSG \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Module is rejected and powered down. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_PWRDOWN UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_PWRDOWN \
+ UINT32_C(0x3)
/* Module is not inserted. */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_NOTINSERTED \
UINT32_C(0x4)
/* Module status is not applicable. */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_NOTAPPLICABLE \
UINT32_C(0xff)
- uint32_t preemphasis;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_NOTAPPLICABLE
/* Current setting for preemphasis. */
- uint8_t phy_maj;
+ uint32_t preemphasis;
/* This field represents the major version of the PHY. */
- uint8_t phy_min;
+ uint8_t phy_maj;
/* This field represents the minor version of the PHY. */
- uint8_t phy_bld;
+ uint8_t phy_min;
/* This field represents the build version of the PHY. */
- uint8_t phy_type;
+ uint8_t phy_bld;
/* This value represents a PHY type. */
+ uint8_t phy_type;
/* Unknown */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_UNKNOWN UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_UNKNOWN \
+ UINT32_C(0x0)
/* BASE-CR */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASECR UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* BASE-KR4 (Deprecated) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASEKR4 UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASECR \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* BASE-KR4 (Deprecated) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASEKR4 \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
/* BASE-LR */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASELR UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASELR \
+ UINT32_C(0x3)
/* BASE-SR */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASESR UINT32_C(0x4)
- /* BASE-KR2 (Deprecated) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASEKR2 UINT32_C(0x5)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASESR \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /* BASE-KR2 (Deprecated) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASEKR2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x5)
/* BASE-KX */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASEKX UINT32_C(0x6)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASEKX \
+ UINT32_C(0x6)
/* BASE-KR */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASEKR UINT32_C(0x7)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASEKR \
+ UINT32_C(0x7)
/* BASE-T */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASET UINT32_C(0x8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASET \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
/* EEE capable BASE-T */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASETE UINT32_C(0x9)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_BASETE \
+ UINT32_C(0x9)
/* SGMII connected external PHY */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_SGMIIEXTPHY UINT32_C(0xa)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_SGMIIEXTPHY \
+ UINT32_C(0xa)
/* 25G_BASECR_CA_L */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_25G_BASECR_CA_L UINT32_C(0xb)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_25G_BASECR_CA_L \
+ UINT32_C(0xb)
/* 25G_BASECR_CA_S */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_25G_BASECR_CA_S UINT32_C(0xc)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_25G_BASECR_CA_S \
+ UINT32_C(0xc)
/* 25G_BASECR_CA_N */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_25G_BASECR_CA_N UINT32_C(0xd)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_25G_BASECR_CA_N \
+ UINT32_C(0xd)
/* 25G_BASESR */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_25G_BASESR UINT32_C(0xe)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_25G_BASESR \
+ UINT32_C(0xe)
/* 100G_BASECR4 */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_100G_BASECR4 UINT32_C(0xf)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_100G_BASECR4 \
+ UINT32_C(0xf)
/* 100G_BASESR4 */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_100G_BASESR4 UINT32_C(0x10)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_100G_BASESR4 \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
/* 100G_BASELR4 */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_100G_BASELR4 UINT32_C(0x11)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_100G_BASELR4 \
+ UINT32_C(0x11)
/* 100G_BASEER4 */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_100G_BASEER4 UINT32_C(0x12)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_100G_BASEER4 \
+ UINT32_C(0x12)
/* 100G_BASESR10 */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_100G_BASESR10 UINT32_C(0x13)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_100G_BASESR10 \
+ UINT32_C(0x13)
/* 40G_BASECR4 */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_40G_BASECR4 UINT32_C(0x14)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_40G_BASECR4 \
+ UINT32_C(0x14)
/* 40G_BASESR4 */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_40G_BASESR4 UINT32_C(0x15)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_40G_BASESR4 \
+ UINT32_C(0x15)
/* 40G_BASELR4 */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_40G_BASELR4 UINT32_C(0x16)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_40G_BASELR4 \
+ UINT32_C(0x16)
/* 40G_BASEER4 */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_40G_BASEER4 UINT32_C(0x17)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_40G_BASEER4 \
+ UINT32_C(0x17)
/* 40G_ACTIVE_CABLE */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_40G_ACTIVE_CABLE \
UINT32_C(0x18)
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_1G_BASET UINT32_C(0x19)
+ /* 1G_baseT */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_1G_BASET \
+ UINT32_C(0x19)
/* 1G_baseSX */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_1G_BASESX UINT32_C(0x1a)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_1G_BASESX \
+ UINT32_C(0x1a)
/* 1G_baseCX */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_1G_BASECX UINT32_C(0x1b)
- uint8_t media_type;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_1G_BASECX \
+ UINT32_C(0x1b)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_TYPE_1G_BASECX
/* This value represents a media type. */
+ uint8_t media_type;
/* Unknown */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MEDIA_TYPE_UNKNOWN UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MEDIA_TYPE_UNKNOWN UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Twisted Pair */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MEDIA_TYPE_TP UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MEDIA_TYPE_TP UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Direct Attached Copper */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MEDIA_TYPE_DAC UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MEDIA_TYPE_DAC UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Fiber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MEDIA_TYPE_FIBRE UINT32_C(0x3)
- uint8_t xcvr_pkg_type;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MEDIA_TYPE_FIBRE UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MEDIA_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MEDIA_TYPE_FIBRE
/* This value represents a transceiver type. */
+ uint8_t xcvr_pkg_type;
/* PHY and MAC are in the same package */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_PKG_TYPE_XCVR_INTERNAL \
UINT32_C(0x1)
/* PHY and MAC are in different packages */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_PKG_TYPE_XCVR_EXTERNAL \
UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint8_t eee_config_phy_addr;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_PKG_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_PKG_TYPE_XCVR_EXTERNAL
+ uint8_t eee_config_phy_addr;
+ /* This field represents PHY address. */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_ADDR_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0x1f)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_ADDR_SFT 0
/*
* This field represents flags related to EEE configuration.
* These EEE configuration flags are valid only when the
- * auto_mode is not set to none (in other words autonegotiation
+ * auto_mode is not set to none (in other words autonegotiation
* is enabled).
*/
- /* This field represents PHY address. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_ADDR_MASK UINT32_C(0x1f)
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PHY_ADDR_SFT 0
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_EEE_CONFIG_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xe0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_EEE_CONFIG_SFT 5
/*
- * When set to 1, Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) mode is
- * enabled. Speeds for autoneg with EEE mode enabled are based
- * on eee_link_speed_mask.
+ * When set to 1, Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) mode is enabled.
+ * Speeds for autoneg with EEE mode enabled
+ * are based on eee_link_speed_mask.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_EEE_CONFIG_EEE_ENABLED UINT32_C(0x20)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_EEE_CONFIG_EEE_ENABLED \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
/*
- * This flag is valid only when eee_enabled is set to 1. # If
- * eee_enabled is set to 0, then EEE mode is disabled and this
- * flag shall be ignored. # If eee_enabled is set to 1 and this
- * flag is set to 1, then Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) mode
- * is enabled and in use. # If eee_enabled is set to 1 and this
- * flag is set to 0, then Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) mode
- * is enabled but is currently not in use.
- */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_EEE_CONFIG_EEE_ACTIVE UINT32_C(0x40)
+ * This flag is valid only when eee_enabled is set to 1.
+ *
+ * # If eee_enabled is set to 0, then EEE mode is disabled
+ * and this flag shall be ignored.
+ * # If eee_enabled is set to 1 and this flag is set to 1,
+ * then Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) mode is enabled
+ * and in use.
+ * # If eee_enabled is set to 1 and this flag is set to 0,
+ * then Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) mode is enabled
+ * but is currently not in use.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_EEE_CONFIG_EEE_ACTIVE \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
/*
- * This flag is valid only when eee_enabled is set to 1. # If
- * eee_enabled is set to 0, then EEE mode is disabled and this
- * flag shall be ignored. # If eee_enabled is set to 1 and this
- * flag is set to 1, then Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) mode
- * is enabled and TX LPI is enabled. # If eee_enabled is set to
- * 1 and this flag is set to 0, then Energy Efficient Ethernet
- * (EEE) mode is enabled but TX LPI is disabled.
- */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_EEE_CONFIG_EEE_TX_LPI UINT32_C(0x80)
+ * This flag is valid only when eee_enabled is set to 1.
+ *
+ * # If eee_enabled is set to 0, then EEE mode is disabled
+ * and this flag shall be ignored.
+ * # If eee_enabled is set to 1 and this flag is set to 1,
+ * then Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) mode is enabled
+ * and TX LPI is enabled.
+ * # If eee_enabled is set to 1 and this flag is set to 0,
+ * then Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) mode is enabled
+ * but TX LPI is disabled.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_EEE_CONFIG_EEE_TX_LPI \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
/*
- * This field represents flags related to EEE configuration.
- * These EEE configuration flags are valid only when the
- * auto_mode is not set to none (in other words autonegotiation
- * is enabled).
+ * When set to 1, the parallel detection is used to determine
+ * the speed of the link partner.
+ *
+ * Parallel detection is used when a autonegotiation capable
+ * device is connected to a link parter that is not capable
+ * of autonegotiation.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_EEE_CONFIG_MASK UINT32_C(0xe0)
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_EEE_CONFIG_SFT 5
- uint8_t parallel_detect;
- /* Reserved field, set to 0 */
+ uint8_t parallel_detect;
/*
* When set to 1, the parallel detection is used to determine
- * the speed of the link partner. Parallel detection is used
- * when a autonegotiation capable device is connected to a link
- * parter that is not capable of autonegotiation.
+ * the speed of the link partner.
+ *
+ * Parallel detection is used when a autonegotiation capable
+ * device is connected to a link parter that is not capable
+ * of autonegotiation.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PARALLEL_DETECT UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* Reserved field, set to 0 */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_RESERVED_MASK UINT32_C(0xfe)
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_RESERVED_SFT 1
- uint16_t link_partner_adv_speeds;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_PARALLEL_DETECT UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * The advertised speeds for the port by the link partner. Each
- * advertised speed will be set to '1'.
+ * The advertised speeds for the port by the link partner.
+ * Each advertised speed will be set to '1'.
*/
- /* 100Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ uint16_t link_partner_adv_speeds;
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_100MBHD \
UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_100MB \
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_100MB \
UINT32_C(0x2)
- /* 1Gb link speed (Half-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_1GBHD \
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_1GBHD \
UINT32_C(0x4)
- /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_1GB \
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_1GB \
UINT32_C(0x8)
/* 2Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_2GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_2GB \
UINT32_C(0x10)
- /* 2.5Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_2_5GB \
+ /* 25Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_2_5GB \
UINT32_C(0x20)
/* 10Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_10GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_10GB \
UINT32_C(0x40)
/* 20Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_20GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_20GB \
UINT32_C(0x80)
/* 25Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_25GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_25GB \
UINT32_C(0x100)
/* 40Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_40GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_40GB \
UINT32_C(0x200)
/* 50Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_50GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_50GB \
UINT32_C(0x400)
/* 100Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_100GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_100GB \
UINT32_C(0x800)
- /* 10Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_10MBHD \
+ /* 10Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_10MBHD \
UINT32_C(0x1000)
- /* 10Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_10MB \
+ /* 10Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_SPEEDS_10MB \
UINT32_C(0x2000)
- uint8_t link_partner_adv_auto_mode;
/*
- * The advertised autoneg for the port by the link partner. This
- * field is deprecated and should be set to 0.
- */
- /*
- * Disable autoneg or autoneg disabled. No
- * speeds are selected.
+ * The advertised autoneg for the port by the link partner.
+ * This field is deprecated and should be set to 0.
*/
+ uint8_t link_partner_adv_auto_mode;
+ /* Disable autoneg or autoneg disabled. No speeds are selected. */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_AUTO_MODE_NONE \
UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Select all possible speeds for autoneg mode. */
- #define \
- HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_AUTO_MODE_ALL_SPEEDS \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_AUTO_MODE_ALL_SPEEDS \
UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * Select only the auto_link_speed speed for
- * autoneg mode. This mode has been DEPRECATED.
- * An HWRM client should not use this mode.
+ * Select only the auto_link_speed speed for autoneg mode. This mode has
+ * been DEPRECATED. An HWRM client should not use this mode.
*/
- #define \
- HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_AUTO_MODE_ONE_SPEED \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_AUTO_MODE_ONE_SPEED \
UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * Select the auto_link_speed or any speed below
- * that speed for autoneg. This mode has been
- * DEPRECATED. An HWRM client should not use
- * this mode.
+ * Select the auto_link_speed or any speed below that speed for autoneg.
+ * This mode has been DEPRECATED. An HWRM client should not use this mode.
*/
- #define \
- HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_AUTO_MODE_ONE_OR_BELOW \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_AUTO_MODE_ONE_OR_BELOW \
UINT32_C(0x3)
/*
- * Select the speeds based on the corresponding
- * link speed mask value that is provided.
+ * Select the speeds based on the corresponding link speed mask value
+ * that is provided.
*/
- #define \
- HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_AUTO_MODE_SPEED_MASK \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_AUTO_MODE_SPEED_MASK \
UINT32_C(0x4)
- uint8_t link_partner_adv_pause;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_AUTO_MODE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_AUTO_MODE_SPEED_MASK
/* The advertised pause settings on the port by the link partner. */
+ uint8_t link_partner_adv_pause;
/*
- * When this bit is '1', Generation of tx pause messages is
- * supported. Disabled otherwise.
+ * When this bit is '1', Generation of tx pause messages
+ * is supported. Disabled otherwise.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_PAUSE_TX \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_PAUSE_TX \
UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * When this bit is '1', Reception of rx pause messages is
- * supported. Disabled otherwise.
+ * When this bit is '1', Reception of rx pause messages
+ * is supported. Disabled otherwise.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_PAUSE_RX \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_PAUSE_RX \
UINT32_C(0x2)
- uint16_t adv_eee_link_speed_mask;
/*
- * Current setting for link speed mask that is used to advertise
- * speeds during autonegotiation when EEE is enabled. This field
- * is valid only when eee_enabled flags is set to 1. The speeds
- * specified in this field shall be a subset of speeds specified
- * in auto_link_speed_mask.
+ * Current setting for link speed mask that is used to
+ * advertise speeds during autonegotiation when EEE is enabled.
+ * This field is valid only when eee_enabled flags is set to 1.
+ * The speeds specified in this field shall be a subset of
+ * speeds specified in auto_link_speed_mask.
*/
+ uint16_t adv_eee_link_speed_mask;
/* Reserved */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD1 \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD1 \
UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100MB \
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100MB \
UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Reserved */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD2 \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD2 \
UINT32_C(0x4)
- /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_1GB \
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_1GB \
UINT32_C(0x8)
/* Reserved */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD3 \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD3 \
UINT32_C(0x10)
/* Reserved */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD4 \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD4 \
UINT32_C(0x20)
/* 10Gb link speed */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10GB \
UINT32_C(0x40)
- uint16_t link_partner_adv_eee_link_speed_mask;
/*
- * Current setting for link speed mask that is advertised by the
- * link partner when EEE is enabled. This field is valid only
- * when eee_enabled flags is set to 1.
+ * Current setting for link speed mask that is advertised by
+ * the link partner when EEE is enabled.
+ * This field is valid only when eee_enabled flags is set to 1.
*/
+ uint16_t link_partner_adv_eee_link_speed_mask;
/* Reserved */
- #define \
- HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD1 \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD1 \
UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define \
- HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100MB \
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_100MB \
UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Reserved */
- #define \
- HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD2 \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD2 \
UINT32_C(0x4)
- /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
- #define \
- HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_1GB \
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_1GB \
UINT32_C(0x8)
/* Reserved */
- #define \
- HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD3 \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD3 \
UINT32_C(0x10)
/* Reserved */
- #define \
- HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD4 \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_RSVD4 \
UINT32_C(0x20)
/* 10Gb link speed */
- #define \
- HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10GB \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_LINK_PARTNER_ADV_EEE_LINK_SPEED_MASK_10GB \
UINT32_C(0x40)
- uint32_t xcvr_identifier_type_tx_lpi_timer;
- /* This value represents transceiver identifier type. */
+ uint32_t xcvr_identifier_type_tx_lpi_timer;
/*
- * Current setting of TX LPI timer in microseconds. This field
- * is valid only when_eee_enabled flag is set to 1 and
- * tx_lpi_enabled is set to 1.
+ * Current setting of TX LPI timer in microseconds.
+ * This field is valid only when_eee_enabled flag is set to 1
+ * and tx_lpi_enabled is set to 1.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_TX_LPI_TIMER_MASK UINT32_C(0xffffff)
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_TX_LPI_TIMER_SFT 0
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_TX_LPI_TIMER_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xffffff)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_TX_LPI_TIMER_SFT 0
/* This value represents transceiver identifier type. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_IDENTIFIER_TYPE_MASK \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_IDENTIFIER_TYPE_MASK \
UINT32_C(0xff000000)
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_IDENTIFIER_TYPE_SFT 24
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_IDENTIFIER_TYPE_SFT 24
/* Unknown */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_IDENTIFIER_TYPE_UNKNOWN \
(UINT32_C(0x0) << 24)
/* SFP/SFP+/SFP28 */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_IDENTIFIER_TYPE_SFP \
(UINT32_C(0x3) << 24)
- /* QSFP */
+ /* QSFP+ */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_IDENTIFIER_TYPE_QSFP \
(UINT32_C(0xc) << 24)
/* QSFP+ */
@@ -5522,1243 +9742,2863 @@ struct hwrm_port_phy_qcfg_output {
/* QSFP28 */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_IDENTIFIER_TYPE_QSFP28 \
(UINT32_C(0x11) << 24)
- uint16_t fec_cfg;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_IDENTIFIER_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_XCVR_IDENTIFIER_TYPE_QSFP28
/*
- * This value represents the current configuration of Forward
- * Error Correction (FEC) on the port.
+ * This value represents the current configuration of
+ * Forward Error Correction (FEC) on the port.
*/
+ uint16_t fec_cfg;
/*
- * When set to 1, then FEC is not supported on this port. If
- * this flag is set to 1, then all other FEC configuration flags
- * shall be ignored. When set to 0, then FEC is supported as
- * indicated by other configuration flags. If no cable is
- * attached and the HWRM does not yet know the FEC capability,
- * then the HWRM shall set this flag to 1 when reporting FEC
- * capability.
+ * When set to 1, then FEC is not supported on this port. If this flag
+ * is set to 1, then all other FEC configuration flags shall be ignored.
+ * When set to 0, then FEC is supported as indicated by other
+ * configuration flags.
+ * If no cable is attached and the HWRM does not yet know the FEC
+ * capability, then the HWRM shall set this flag to 1 when reporting
+ * FEC capability.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_NONE_SUPPORTED \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_NONE_SUPPORTED \
UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * When set to 1, then FEC autonegotiation is supported on this
- * port. When set to 0, then FEC autonegotiation is not
- * supported on this port.
+ * When set to 1, then FEC autonegotiation is supported on this port.
+ * When set to 0, then FEC autonegotiation is not supported on this port.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_AUTONEG_SUPPORTED \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_AUTONEG_SUPPORTED \
UINT32_C(0x2)
/*
- * When set to 1, then FEC autonegotiation is enabled on this
- * port. When set to 0, then FEC autonegotiation is disabled if
- * supported. This flag should be ignored if FEC autonegotiation
- * is not supported on this port.
+ * When set to 1, then FEC autonegotiation is enabled on this port.
+ * When set to 0, then FEC autonegotiation is disabled if supported.
+ * This flag should be ignored if FEC autonegotiation is not supported on this port.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_AUTONEG_ENABLED \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_AUTONEG_ENABLED \
UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
- * When set to 1, then FEC CLAUSE 74 (Fire Code) is supported on
- * this port. When set to 0, then FEC CLAUSE 74 (Fire Code) is
- * not supported on this port.
+ * When set to 1, then FEC CLAUSE 74 (Fire Code) is supported on this port.
+ * When set to 0, then FEC CLAUSE 74 (Fire Code) is not supported on this port.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_CLAUSE74_SUPPORTED \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_CLAUSE74_SUPPORTED \
UINT32_C(0x8)
/*
- * When set to 1, then FEC CLAUSE 74 (Fire Code) is enabled on
- * this port. When set to 0, then FEC CLAUSE 74 (Fire Code) is
- * disabled if supported. This flag should be ignored if FEC
- * CLAUSE 74 is not supported on this port.
+ * When set to 1, then FEC CLAUSE 74 (Fire Code) is enabled on this port.
+ * When set to 0, then FEC CLAUSE 74 (Fire Code) is disabled if supported.
+ * This flag should be ignored if FEC CLAUSE 74 is not supported on this port.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_CLAUSE74_ENABLED \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_CLAUSE74_ENABLED \
UINT32_C(0x10)
/*
- * When set to 1, then FEC CLAUSE 91 (Reed Solomon) is supported
- * on this port. When set to 0, then FEC CLAUSE 91 (Reed
- * Solomon) is not supported on this port.
+ * When set to 1, then FEC CLAUSE 91 (Reed Solomon) is supported on this port.
+ * When set to 0, then FEC CLAUSE 91 (Reed Solomon) is not supported on this port.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_CLAUSE91_SUPPORTED \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_CLAUSE91_SUPPORTED \
UINT32_C(0x20)
/*
- * When set to 1, then FEC CLAUSE 91 (Reed Solomon) is enabled
- * on this port. When set to 0, then FEC CLAUSE 91 (Reed
- * Solomon) is disabled if supported. This flag should be
- * ignored if FEC CLAUSE 91 is not supported on this port.
+ * When set to 1, then FEC CLAUSE 91 (Reed Solomon) is enabled on this port.
+ * When set to 0, then FEC CLAUSE 91 (Reed Solomon) is disabled if supported.
+ * This flag should be ignored if FEC CLAUSE 91 is not supported on this port.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_CLAUSE91_ENABLED \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_FEC_CFG_FEC_CLAUSE91_ENABLED \
UINT32_C(0x40)
- uint8_t duplex_state;
/*
- * This value is indicates the duplex of the current connection
- * state.
+ * This value is indicates the duplex of the current
+ * connection state.
*/
+ uint8_t duplex_state;
/* Half Duplex connection. */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_DUPLEX_STATE_HALF UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Full duplex connection. */
#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_DUPLEX_STATE_FULL UINT32_C(0x1)
- uint8_t unused_1;
- char phy_vendor_name[16];
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_DUPLEX_STATE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_DUPLEX_STATE_FULL
+ /* Option flags fields. */
+ uint8_t option_flags;
+ /* When this bit is '1', Media auto detect is enabled. */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_OPTION_FLAGS_MEDIA_AUTO_DETECT \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
/*
- * Up to 16 bytes of null padded ASCII string representing PHY
- * vendor. If the string is set to null, then the vendor name is
- * not available.
+ * Up to 16 bytes of null padded ASCII string representing
+ * PHY vendor.
+ * If the string is set to null, then the vendor name is not
+ * available.
*/
- char phy_vendor_partnumber[16];
+ char phy_vendor_name[16];
/*
- * Up to 16 bytes of null padded ASCII string that identifies
- * vendor specific part number of the PHY. If the string is set
- * to null, then the vendor specific part number is not
- * available.
+ * Up to 16 bytes of null padded ASCII string that
+ * identifies vendor specific part number of the PHY.
+ * If the string is set to null, then the vendor specific
+ * part number is not available.
+ */
+ char phy_vendor_partnumber[16];
+ uint8_t unused_2[7];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/*********************
+ * hwrm_port_mac_cfg *
+ *********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_mac_cfg_input (size:320b/40B) */
+struct hwrm_port_mac_cfg_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ /*
+ * In this field, there are a number of CoS mappings related flags
+ * that are used to configure CoS mappings and their corresponding
+ * priorities in the hardware.
+ * For the priorities of CoS mappings, the HWRM uses the following
+ * priority order (high to low) by default:
+ * # vlan pri
+ * # ip_dscp
+ * # tunnel_vlan_pri
+ * # default cos
+ *
+ * A subset of CoS mappings can be enabled.
+ * If a priority is not specified for an enabled CoS mapping, the
+ * priority will be assigned in the above order for the enabled CoS
+ * mappings. For example, if vlan_pri and ip_dscp CoS mappings are
+ * enabled and their priorities are not specified, the following
+ * priority order (high to low) will be used by the HWRM:
+ * # vlan_pri
+ * # ip_dscp
+ * # default cos
+ *
+ * vlan_pri CoS mapping together with default CoS with lower priority
+ * are enabled by default by the HWRM.
+ */
+ uint32_t flags;
+ /*
+ * When this bit is '1', this command will configure
+ * the MAC to match the current link state of the PHY.
+ * If the link is not established on the PHY, then this
+ * bit has no effect.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_MATCH_LINK \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is set to '1', the inner VLAN PRI to CoS mapping
+ * is requested to be enabled.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_VLAN_PRI2COS_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is set to '1', tunnel VLAN PRI field to
+ * CoS mapping is requested to be enabled.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_TUNNEL_PRI2COS_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is set to '1', the IP DSCP to CoS mapping is
+ * requested to be enabled.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_IP_DSCP2COS_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is '1', the HWRM is requested to
+ * enable timestamp capture capability on the receive side
+ * of this port.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PTP_RX_TS_CAPTURE_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is '1', the HWRM is requested to
+ * disable timestamp capture capability on the receive side
+ * of this port.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PTP_RX_TS_CAPTURE_DISABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is '1', the HWRM is requested to
+ * enable timestamp capture capability on the transmit side
+ * of this port.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PTP_TX_TS_CAPTURE_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is '1', the HWRM is requested to
+ * disable timestamp capture capability on the transmit side
+ * of this port.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PTP_TX_TS_CAPTURE_DISABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is '1', the Out-Of-Box WoL is requested to
+ * be enabled on this port.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_OOB_WOL_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is '1', the the Out-Of-Box WoL is requested to
+ * be disabled on this port.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_OOB_WOL_DISABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x200)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is set to '1', the inner VLAN PRI to CoS mapping
+ * is requested to be disabled.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_VLAN_PRI2COS_DISABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x400)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is set to '1', tunnel VLAN PRI field to
+ * CoS mapping is requested to be disabled.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_TUNNEL_PRI2COS_DISABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x800)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is set to '1', the IP DSCP to CoS mapping is
+ * requested to be disabled.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_IP_DSCP2COS_DISABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x1000)
+ uint32_t enables;
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the ipg field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_IPG \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the lpbk field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LPBK \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the vlan_pri2cos_map_pri field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_VLAN_PRI2COS_MAP_PRI \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tunnel_pri2cos_map_pri field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TUNNEL_PRI2COS_MAP_PRI \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the dscp2cos_map_pri field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_DSCP2COS_MAP_PRI \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the rx_ts_capture_ptp_msg_type field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_RX_TS_CAPTURE_PTP_MSG_TYPE \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the tx_ts_capture_ptp_msg_type field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_TX_TS_CAPTURE_PTP_MSG_TYPE \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the cos_field_cfg field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_COS_FIELD_CFG \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
+ /* Port ID of port that is to be configured. */
+ uint16_t port_id;
+ /*
+ * This value is used to configure the minimum IPG that will
+ * be sent between packets by this port.
+ */
+ uint8_t ipg;
+ /* This value controls the loopback setting for the MAC. */
+ uint8_t lpbk;
+ /* No loopback is selected. Normal operation. */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_NONE UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /*
+ * The HW will be configured with local loopback such that
+ * host data is sent back to the host without modification.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_LOCAL UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * The HW will be configured with remote loopback such that
+ * port logic will send packets back out the transmitter that
+ * are received.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_REMOTE UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_LPBK_REMOTE
+ /*
+ * This value controls the priority setting of VLAN PRI to CoS
+ * mapping based on VLAN Tags of inner packet headers of
+ * tunneled packets or packet headers of non-tunneled packets.
+ *
+ * # Each XXX_pri variable shall have a unique priority value
+ * when it is being specified.
+ * # When comparing priorities of mappings, higher value
+ * indicates higher priority.
+ * For example, a value of 0-3 is returned where 0 is being
+ * the lowest priority and 3 is being the highest priority.
+ */
+ uint8_t vlan_pri2cos_map_pri;
+ /* Reserved field. */
+ uint8_t reserved1;
+ /*
+ * This value controls the priority setting of VLAN PRI to CoS
+ * mapping based on VLAN Tags of tunneled header.
+ * This mapping only applies when tunneled headers
+ * are present.
+ *
+ * # Each XXX_pri variable shall have a unique priority value
+ * when it is being specified.
+ * # When comparing priorities of mappings, higher value
+ * indicates higher priority.
+ * For example, a value of 0-3 is returned where 0 is being
+ * the lowest priority and 3 is being the highest priority.
+ */
+ uint8_t tunnel_pri2cos_map_pri;
+ /*
+ * This value controls the priority setting of IP DSCP to CoS
+ * mapping based on inner IP header of tunneled packets or
+ * IP header of non-tunneled packets.
+ *
+ * # Each XXX_pri variable shall have a unique priority value
+ * when it is being specified.
+ * # When comparing priorities of mappings, higher value
+ * indicates higher priority.
+ * For example, a value of 0-3 is returned where 0 is being
+ * the lowest priority and 3 is being the highest priority.
+ */
+ uint8_t dscp2pri_map_pri;
+ /*
+ * This is a 16-bit bit mask that is used to request a
+ * specific configuration of time stamp capture of PTP messages
+ * on the receive side of this port.
+ * This field shall be ignored if the ptp_rx_ts_capture_enable
+ * flag is not set in this command.
+ * Otherwise, if bit 'i' is set, then the HWRM is being
+ * requested to configure the receive side of the port to
+ * capture the time stamp of every received PTP message
+ * with messageType field value set to i.
+ */
+ uint16_t rx_ts_capture_ptp_msg_type;
+ /*
+ * This is a 16-bit bit mask that is used to request a
+ * specific configuration of time stamp capture of PTP messages
+ * on the transmit side of this port.
+ * This field shall be ignored if the ptp_tx_ts_capture_enable
+ * flag is not set in this command.
+ * Otherwise, if bit 'i' is set, then the HWRM is being
+ * requested to configure the transmit sied of the port to
+ * capture the time stamp of every transmitted PTP message
+ * with messageType field value set to i.
+ */
+ uint16_t tx_ts_capture_ptp_msg_type;
+ /* Configuration of CoS fields. */
+ uint8_t cos_field_cfg;
+ /* Reserved */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_RSVD1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * This field is used to specify selection of VLAN PRI value
+ * based on whether one or two VLAN Tags are present in
+ * the inner packet headers of tunneled packets or
+ * non-tunneled packets.
+ * This field is valid only if inner VLAN PRI to CoS mapping
+ * is enabled.
+ * If VLAN PRI to CoS mapping is not enabled, then this
+ * field shall be ignored.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0x6)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_SFT \
+ 1
+ /*
+ * Select inner VLAN PRI when 1 or 2 VLAN Tags are
+ * present in the inner packet headers
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_INNERMOST \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 1)
+ /*
+ * Select outer VLAN Tag PRI when 2 VLAN Tags are
+ * present in the inner packet headers.
+ * No VLAN PRI shall be selected for this configuration
+ * if only one VLAN Tag is present in the inner
+ * packet headers.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_OUTER \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 1)
+ /*
+ * Select outermost VLAN PRI when 1 or 2 VLAN Tags
+ * are present in the inner packet headers
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_OUTERMOST \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 1)
+ /* Unspecified */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_UNSPECIFIED \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_UNSPECIFIED
+ /*
+ * This field is used to specify selection of tunnel VLAN
+ * PRI value based on whether one or two VLAN Tags are
+ * present in tunnel headers.
+ * This field is valid only if tunnel VLAN PRI to CoS mapping
+ * is enabled.
+ * If tunnel VLAN PRI to CoS mapping is not enabled, then this
+ * field shall be ignored.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0x18)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_SFT \
+ 3
+ /*
+ * Select inner VLAN PRI when 1 or 2 VLAN Tags are
+ * present in the tunnel packet headers
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_INNERMOST \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 3)
+ /*
+ * Select outer VLAN Tag PRI when 2 VLAN Tags are
+ * present in the tunnel packet headers.
+ * No tunnel VLAN PRI shall be selected for this
+ * configuration if only one VLAN Tag is present in
+ * the tunnel packet headers.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_OUTER \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 3)
+ /*
+ * Select outermost VLAN PRI when 1 or 2 VLAN Tags
+ * are present in the tunnel packet headers
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_OUTERMOST \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 3)
+ /* Unspecified */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_UNSPECIFIED \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_UNSPECIFIED
+ /*
+ * This field shall be used to provide default CoS value
+ * that has been configured on this port.
+ * This field is valid only if default CoS mapping
+ * is enabled.
+ * If default CoS mapping is not enabled, then this
+ * field shall be ignored.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_DEFAULT_COS_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xe0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_INPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_DEFAULT_COS_SFT \
+ 5
+ uint8_t unused_0[3];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_port_mac_cfg_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_port_mac_cfg_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /*
+ * This is the configured maximum length of Ethernet packet
+ * payload that is allowed to be received on the port.
+ * This value does not include the number of bytes used by
+ * Ethernet header and trailer (CRC).
+ */
+ uint16_t mru;
+ /*
+ * This is the configured maximum length of Ethernet packet
+ * payload that is allowed to be transmitted on the port.
+ * This value does not include the number of bytes used by
+ * Ethernet header and trailer (CRC).
+ */
+ uint16_t mtu;
+ /* Current configuration of the IPG value. */
+ uint8_t ipg;
+ /* Current value of the loopback value. */
+ uint8_t lpbk;
+ /* No loopback is selected. Normal operation. */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_NONE UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /*
+ * The HW will be configured with local loopback such that
+ * host data is sent back to the host without modification.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_LOCAL UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * The HW will be configured with remote loopback such that
+ * port logic will send packets back out the transmitter that
+ * are received.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_REMOTE UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_MAC_CFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_REMOTE
+ uint8_t unused_0;
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/**********************
+ * hwrm_port_mac_qcfg *
+ **********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_mac_qcfg_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_port_mac_qcfg_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ /* Port ID of port that is to be configured. */
+ uint16_t port_id;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_port_mac_qcfg_output (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_port_mac_qcfg_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /*
+ * This is the configured maximum length of Ethernet packet
+ * payload that is allowed to be received on the port.
+ * This value does not include the number of bytes used by the
+ * Ethernet header and trailer (CRC).
+ */
+ uint16_t mru;
+ /*
+ * This is the configured maximum length of Ethernet packet
+ * payload that is allowed to be transmitted on the port.
+ * This value does not include the number of bytes used by the
+ * Ethernet header and trailer (CRC).
+ */
+ uint16_t mtu;
+ /*
+ * The minimum IPG that will
+ * be sent between packets by this port.
+ */
+ uint8_t ipg;
+ /* The loopback setting for the MAC. */
+ uint8_t lpbk;
+ /* No loopback is selected. Normal operation. */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_NONE UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /*
+ * The HW will be configured with local loopback such that
+ * host data is sent back to the host without modification.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_LOCAL UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * The HW will be configured with remote loopback such that
+ * port logic will send packets back out the transmitter that
+ * are received.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_REMOTE UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_LPBK_REMOTE
+ /*
+ * Priority setting for VLAN PRI to CoS mapping.
+ * # Each XXX_pri variable shall have a unique priority value
+ * when it is being used.
+ * # When comparing priorities of mappings, higher value
+ * indicates higher priority.
+ * For example, a value of 0-3 is returned where 0 is being
+ * the lowest priority and 3 is being the highest priority.
+ * # If the correspoding CoS mapping is not enabled, then this
+ * field should be ignored.
+ * # This value indicates the normalized priority value retained
+ * in the HWRM.
+ */
+ uint8_t vlan_pri2cos_map_pri;
+ /*
+ * In this field, a number of CoS mappings related flags
+ * are used to indicate configured CoS mappings.
+ */
+ uint8_t flags;
+ /*
+ * When this bit is set to '1', the inner VLAN PRI to CoS mapping
+ * is enabled.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_VLAN_PRI2COS_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is set to '1', tunnel VLAN PRI field to
+ * CoS mapping is enabled.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_TUNNEL_PRI2COS_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is set to '1', the IP DSCP to CoS mapping is
+ * enabled.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_IP_DSCP2COS_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is '1', the Out-Of-Box WoL is enabled on this
+ * port.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_OOB_WOL_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
+ /* When this bit is '1', PTP is enabled for RX on this port. */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PTP_RX_TS_CAPTURE_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
+ /* When this bit is '1', PTP is enabled for TX on this port. */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PTP_TX_TS_CAPTURE_ENABLE \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
+ /*
+ * Priority setting for tunnel VLAN PRI to CoS mapping.
+ * # Each XXX_pri variable shall have a unique priority value
+ * when it is being used.
+ * # When comparing priorities of mappings, higher value
+ * indicates higher priority.
+ * For example, a value of 0-3 is returned where 0 is being
+ * the lowest priority and 3 is being the highest priority.
+ * # If the correspoding CoS mapping is not enabled, then this
+ * field should be ignored.
+ * # This value indicates the normalized priority value retained
+ * in the HWRM.
+ */
+ uint8_t tunnel_pri2cos_map_pri;
+ /*
+ * Priority setting for DSCP to PRI mapping.
+ * # Each XXX_pri variable shall have a unique priority value
+ * when it is being used.
+ * # When comparing priorities of mappings, higher value
+ * indicates higher priority.
+ * For example, a value of 0-3 is returned where 0 is being
+ * the lowest priority and 3 is being the highest priority.
+ * # If the correspoding CoS mapping is not enabled, then this
+ * field should be ignored.
+ * # This value indicates the normalized priority value retained
+ * in the HWRM.
+ */
+ uint8_t dscp2pri_map_pri;
+ /*
+ * This is a 16-bit bit mask that represents the
+ * current configuration of time stamp capture of PTP messages
+ * on the receive side of this port.
+ * If bit 'i' is set, then the receive side of the port
+ * is configured to capture the time stamp of every
+ * received PTP message with messageType field value set
+ * to i.
+ * If all bits are set to 0 (i.e. field value set 0),
+ * then the receive side of the port is not configured
+ * to capture timestamp for PTP messages.
+ * If all bits are set to 1, then the receive side of the
+ * port is configured to capture timestamp for all PTP
+ * messages.
+ */
+ uint16_t rx_ts_capture_ptp_msg_type;
+ /*
+ * This is a 16-bit bit mask that represents the
+ * current configuration of time stamp capture of PTP messages
+ * on the transmit side of this port.
+ * If bit 'i' is set, then the transmit side of the port
+ * is configured to capture the time stamp of every
+ * received PTP message with messageType field value set
+ * to i.
+ * If all bits are set to 0 (i.e. field value set 0),
+ * then the transmit side of the port is not configured
+ * to capture timestamp for PTP messages.
+ * If all bits are set to 1, then the transmit side of the
+ * port is configured to capture timestamp for all PTP
+ * messages.
+ */
+ uint16_t tx_ts_capture_ptp_msg_type;
+ /* Configuration of CoS fields. */
+ uint8_t cos_field_cfg;
+ /* Reserved */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_RSVD \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * This field is used for selecting VLAN PRI value
+ * based on whether one or two VLAN Tags are present in
+ * the inner packet headers of tunneled packets or
+ * non-tunneled packets.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0x6)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_SFT \
+ 1
+ /*
+ * Select inner VLAN PRI when 1 or 2 VLAN Tags are
+ * present in the inner packet headers
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_INNERMOST \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 1)
+ /*
+ * Select outer VLAN Tag PRI when 2 VLAN Tags are
+ * present in the inner packet headers.
+ * No VLAN PRI is selected for this configuration
+ * if only one VLAN Tag is present in the inner
+ * packet headers.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_OUTER \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 1)
+ /*
+ * Select outermost VLAN PRI when 1 or 2 VLAN Tags
+ * are present in the inner packet headers
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_OUTERMOST \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 1)
+ /* Unspecified */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_UNSPECIFIED \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_VLAN_PRI_SEL_UNSPECIFIED
+ /*
+ * This field is used for selecting tunnel VLAN PRI value
+ * based on whether one or two VLAN Tags are present in
+ * the tunnel headers of tunneled packets. This selection
+ * does not apply to non-tunneled packets.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0x18)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_SFT \
+ 3
+ /*
+ * Select inner VLAN PRI when 1 or 2 VLAN Tags are
+ * present in the tunnel packet headers
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_INNERMOST \
+ (UINT32_C(0x0) << 3)
+ /*
+ * Select outer VLAN Tag PRI when 2 VLAN Tags are
+ * present in the tunnel packet headers.
+ * No VLAN PRI is selected for this configuration
+ * if only one VLAN Tag is present in the tunnel
+ * packet headers.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_OUTER \
+ (UINT32_C(0x1) << 3)
+ /*
+ * Select outermost VLAN PRI when 1 or 2 VLAN Tags
+ * are present in the tunnel packet headers
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_OUTERMOST \
+ (UINT32_C(0x2) << 3)
+ /* Unspecified */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_UNSPECIFIED \
+ (UINT32_C(0x3) << 3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_T_VLAN_PRI_SEL_UNSPECIFIED
+ /*
+ * This field is used to provide default CoS value that
+ * has been configured on this port.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_DEFAULT_COS_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xe0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_DEFAULT_COS_SFT \
+ 5
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/**************************
+ * hwrm_port_mac_ptp_qcfg *
+ **************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_mac_ptp_qcfg_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_port_mac_ptp_qcfg_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint32_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t unused_4;
- uint8_t unused_5;
- uint8_t valid;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ /* Port ID of port that is being queried. */
+ uint16_t port_id;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_port_qstats */
-/* Description: This function returns per port Ethernet statistics. */
-/* Input (40 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_port_mac_ptp_qcfg_output (size:640b/80B) */
+struct hwrm_port_mac_ptp_qcfg_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /*
+ * In this field, a number of PTP related flags
+ * are used to indicate configured PTP capabilities.
+ */
+ uint8_t flags;
+ /*
+ * When this bit is set to '1', the PTP related registers are
+ * directly accessible by the host.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_PTP_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_DIRECT_ACCESS \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * When this bit is set to '1', the PTP information is accessible
+ * via HWRM commands.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_MAC_PTP_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_HWRM_ACCESS \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ uint8_t unused_0[3];
+ /* Offset of the PTP register for the lower 32 bits of timestamp for RX. */
+ uint32_t rx_ts_reg_off_lower;
+ /* Offset of the PTP register for the upper 32 bits of timestamp for RX. */
+ uint32_t rx_ts_reg_off_upper;
+ /* Offset of the PTP register for the sequence ID for RX. */
+ uint32_t rx_ts_reg_off_seq_id;
+ /* Offset of the first PTP source ID for RX. */
+ uint32_t rx_ts_reg_off_src_id_0;
+ /* Offset of the second PTP source ID for RX. */
+ uint32_t rx_ts_reg_off_src_id_1;
+ /* Offset of the third PTP source ID for RX. */
+ uint32_t rx_ts_reg_off_src_id_2;
+ /* Offset of the domain ID for RX. */
+ uint32_t rx_ts_reg_off_domain_id;
+ /* Offset of the PTP FIFO register for RX. */
+ uint32_t rx_ts_reg_off_fifo;
+ /* Offset of the PTP advance FIFO register for RX. */
+ uint32_t rx_ts_reg_off_fifo_adv;
+ /* PTP timestamp granularity for RX. */
+ uint32_t rx_ts_reg_off_granularity;
+ /* Offset of the PTP register for the lower 32 bits of timestamp for TX. */
+ uint32_t tx_ts_reg_off_lower;
+ /* Offset of the PTP register for the upper 32 bits of timestamp for TX. */
+ uint32_t tx_ts_reg_off_upper;
+ /* Offset of the PTP register for the sequence ID for TX. */
+ uint32_t tx_ts_reg_off_seq_id;
+ /* Offset of the PTP FIFO register for TX. */
+ uint32_t tx_ts_reg_off_fifo;
+ /* PTP timestamp granularity for TX. */
+ uint32_t tx_ts_reg_off_granularity;
+ uint8_t unused_1[7];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/********************
+ * hwrm_port_qstats *
+ ********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_qstats_input (size:320b/40B) */
struct hwrm_port_qstats_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint16_t port_id;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
/* Port ID of port that is being queried. */
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2[3];
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint64_t tx_stat_host_addr;
- /* This is the host address where Tx port statistics will be stored */
- uint64_t rx_stat_host_addr;
- /* This is the host address where Rx port statistics will be stored */
+ uint16_t port_id;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
+ /*
+ * This is the host address where
+ * Tx port statistics will be stored
+ */
+ uint64_t tx_stat_host_addr;
+ /*
+ * This is the host address where
+ * Rx port statistics will be stored
+ */
+ uint64_t rx_stat_host_addr;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_port_qstats_output (size:128b/16B) */
struct hwrm_port_qstats_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /* The size of TX port statistics block in bytes. */
+ uint16_t tx_stat_size;
+ /* The size of RX port statistics block in bytes. */
+ uint16_t rx_stat_size;
+ uint8_t unused_0[3];
/*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/************************
+ * hwrm_port_qstats_ext *
+ ************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_qstats_ext_input (size:320b/40B) */
+struct hwrm_port_qstats_ext_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t tx_stat_size;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ /* Port ID of port that is being queried. */
+ uint16_t port_id;
+ /*
+ * The size of TX port extended
+ * statistics block in bytes.
+ */
+ uint16_t tx_stat_size;
+ /*
+ * The size of RX port extended
+ * statistics block in bytes
+ */
+ uint16_t rx_stat_size;
+ uint8_t unused_0[2];
+ /*
+ * This is the host address where
+ * Tx port statistics will be stored
+ */
+ uint64_t tx_stat_host_addr;
+ /*
+ * This is the host address where
+ * Rx port statistics will be stored
+ */
+ uint64_t rx_stat_host_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_port_qstats_ext_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_port_qstats_ext_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
/* The size of TX port statistics block in bytes. */
- uint16_t rx_stat_size;
+ uint16_t tx_stat_size;
/* The size of RX port statistics block in bytes. */
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t valid;
+ uint16_t rx_stat_size;
+ uint8_t unused_0[3];
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
+ uint8_t valid;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_port_clr_stats */
-/*
- * Description: This function clears per port statistics. The HWRM shall not
- * allow a VF driver to clear port statistics. The HWRM shall not allow a PF
- * driver to clear port statistics in a partitioning mode. The HWRM may allow a
- * PF driver to clear port statistics in the non-partitioning mode.
- */
-/* Input (24 bytes) */
+/*************************
+ * hwrm_port_lpbk_qstats *
+ *************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_lpbk_qstats_input (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_port_lpbk_qstats_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_port_lpbk_qstats_output (size:768b/96B) */
+struct hwrm_port_lpbk_qstats_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /* Number of transmitted unicast frames */
+ uint64_t lpbk_ucast_frames;
+ /* Number of transmitted multicast frames */
+ uint64_t lpbk_mcast_frames;
+ /* Number of transmitted broadcast frames */
+ uint64_t lpbk_bcast_frames;
+ /* Number of transmitted bytes for unicast traffic */
+ uint64_t lpbk_ucast_bytes;
+ /* Number of transmitted bytes for multicast traffic */
+ uint64_t lpbk_mcast_bytes;
+ /* Number of transmitted bytes for broadcast traffic */
+ uint64_t lpbk_bcast_bytes;
+ /* Total Tx Drops for loopback traffic reported by STATS block */
+ uint64_t tx_stat_discard;
+ /* Total Tx Error Drops for loopback traffic reported by STATS block */
+ uint64_t tx_stat_error;
+ /* Total Rx Drops for loopback traffic reported by STATS block */
+ uint64_t rx_stat_discard;
+ /* Total Rx Error Drops for loopback traffic reported by STATS block */
+ uint64_t rx_stat_error;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/***********************
+ * hwrm_port_clr_stats *
+ ***********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_clr_stats_input (size:192b/24B) */
struct hwrm_port_clr_stats_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint16_t port_id;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
/* Port ID of port that is being queried. */
- uint16_t unused_0[3];
+ uint16_t port_id;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_port_clr_stats_output (size:128b/16B) */
struct hwrm_port_clr_stats_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/****************************
+ * hwrm_port_lpbk_clr_stats *
+ ****************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_lpbk_clr_stats_input (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_port_lpbk_clr_stats_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_port_led_cfg */
-/*
- * Description: This function is used to configure LEDs on a given port. Each
- * port has individual set of LEDs associated with it. These LEDs are used for
- * speed/link configuration as well as activity indicator configuration. Up to
- * three LEDs can be configured, one for activity and two for speeds.
- */
-/* Input (64 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_port_lpbk_clr_stats_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_port_lpbk_clr_stats_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/**********************
+ * hwrm_port_ts_query *
+ **********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_ts_query_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_port_ts_query_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t flags;
+ /*
+ * Enumeration denoting the RX, TX type of the resource.
+ * This enumeration is used for resources that are similar for both
+ * TX and RX paths of the chip.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_TS_QUERY_INPUT_FLAGS_PATH UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* tx path */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_TS_QUERY_INPUT_FLAGS_PATH_TX UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* rx path */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_TS_QUERY_INPUT_FLAGS_PATH_RX UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_TS_QUERY_INPUT_FLAGS_PATH_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_TS_QUERY_INPUT_FLAGS_PATH_RX
+ /* Port ID of port that is being queried. */
+ uint16_t port_id;
+ uint8_t unused_0[2];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_port_ts_query_output (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_port_ts_query_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /* Timestamp value of PTP message captured. */
+ uint64_t ptp_msg_ts;
+ /* Sequence ID of the PTP message captured. */
+ uint16_t ptp_msg_seqid;
+ uint8_t unused_0[5];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/***********************
+ * hwrm_port_phy_qcaps *
+ ***********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_phy_qcaps_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_port_phy_qcaps_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ /* Port ID of port that is being queried. */
+ uint16_t port_id;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_port_phy_qcaps_output (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_port_phy_qcaps_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /* PHY capability flags */
+ uint8_t flags;
+ /*
+ * If set to 1, then this field indicates that the
+ * link is capable of supporting EEE.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_EEE_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * If set to 1, then this field indicates that the
+ * PHY is capable of supporting external loopback.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_EXTERNAL_LPBK_SUPPORTED \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /*
+ * Reserved field. The HWRM shall set this field to 0.
+ * An HWRM client shall ignore this field.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_RSVD1_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xfc)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_RSVD1_SFT 2
+ /* Number of front panel ports for this device. */
+ uint8_t port_cnt;
+ /* Not supported or unknown */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_PORT_CNT_UNKNOWN UINT32_C(0x0)
+ /* single port device */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_PORT_CNT_1 UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* 2-port device */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_PORT_CNT_2 UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /* 3-port device */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_PORT_CNT_3 UINT32_C(0x3)
+ /* 4-port device */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_PORT_CNT_4 UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_PORT_CNT_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_PORT_CNT_4
+ /*
+ * This is a bit mask to indicate what speeds are supported
+ * as forced speeds on this link.
+ * For each speed that can be forced on this link, the
+ * corresponding mask bit shall be set to '1'.
+ */
+ uint16_t supported_speeds_force_mode;
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_100MBHD \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_100MB \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_1GBHD \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_1GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
+ /* 2Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_2GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
+ /* 25Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_2_5GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
+ /* 10Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_10GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
+ /* 20Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_20GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
+ /* 25Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_25GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
+ /* 40Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_40GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x200)
+ /* 50Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_50GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x400)
+ /* 100Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_100GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x800)
+ /* 10Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_10MBHD \
+ UINT32_C(0x1000)
+ /* 10Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_FORCE_MODE_10MB \
+ UINT32_C(0x2000)
+ /*
+ * This is a bit mask to indicate what speeds are supported
+ * for autonegotiation on this link.
+ * For each speed that can be autonegotiated on this link, the
+ * corresponding mask bit shall be set to '1'.
+ */
+ uint16_t supported_speeds_auto_mode;
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_100MBHD \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_100MB \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_1GBHD \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_1GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
+ /* 2Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_2GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
+ /* 25Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_2_5GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
+ /* 10Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_10GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
+ /* 20Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_20GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
+ /* 25Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_25GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
+ /* 40Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_40GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x200)
+ /* 50Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_50GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x400)
+ /* 100Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_100GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x800)
+ /* 10Mb link speed (Half-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_10MBHD \
+ UINT32_C(0x1000)
+ /* 10Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_AUTO_MODE_10MB \
+ UINT32_C(0x2000)
+ /*
+ * This is a bit mask to indicate what speeds are supported
+ * for EEE on this link.
+ * For each speed that can be autonegotiated when EEE is enabled
+ * on this link, the corresponding mask bit shall be set to '1'.
+ * This field is only valid when the eee_suppotred is set to '1'.
+ */
+ uint16_t supported_speeds_eee_mode;
+ /* Reserved */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_EEE_MODE_RSVD1 \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* 100Mb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_EEE_MODE_100MB \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /* Reserved */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_EEE_MODE_RSVD2 \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
+ /* 1Gb link speed (Full-duplex) */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_EEE_MODE_1GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
+ /* Reserved */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_EEE_MODE_RSVD3 \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
+ /* Reserved */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_EEE_MODE_RSVD4 \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
+ /* 10Gb link speed */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_SPEEDS_EEE_MODE_10GB \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
+ uint32_t tx_lpi_timer_low;
+ /*
+ * The lowest value of TX LPI timer that can be set on this link
+ * when EEE is enabled. This value is in microseconds.
+ * This field is valid only when_eee_supported is set to '1'.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_TX_LPI_TIMER_LOW_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xffffff)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_TX_LPI_TIMER_LOW_SFT 0
+ /*
+ * Reserved field. The HWRM shall set this field to 0.
+ * An HWRM client shall ignore this field.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_RSVD2_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xff000000)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_RSVD2_SFT 24
+ uint32_t valid_tx_lpi_timer_high;
+ /*
+ * The highest value of TX LPI timer that can be set on this link
+ * when EEE is enabled. This value is in microseconds.
+ * This field is valid only when_eee_supported is set to '1'.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_TX_LPI_TIMER_HIGH_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xffffff)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_TX_LPI_TIMER_HIGH_SFT 0
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_VALID_MASK \
+ UINT32_C(0xff000000)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCAPS_OUTPUT_VALID_SFT 24
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/***************************
+ * hwrm_port_phy_i2c_write *
+ ***************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_phy_i2c_write_input (size:832b/104B) */
+struct hwrm_port_phy_i2c_write_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t flags;
+ uint32_t enables;
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the page_offset field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_I2C_WRITE_INPUT_ENABLES_PAGE_OFFSET \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* Port ID of port. */
+ uint16_t port_id;
+ /* 8-bit I2C slave address. */
+ uint8_t i2c_slave_addr;
+ uint8_t unused_0;
+ /* The page number that is being accessed over I2C. */
+ uint16_t page_number;
+ /* Offset within the page that is being accessed over I2C. */
+ uint16_t page_offset;
+ /*
+ * Length of data to write, in bytes starting at the offset
+ * specified above. If the offset is not specified, then
+ * the data shall be written from the beginning of the page.
+ */
+ uint8_t data_length;
+ uint8_t unused_1[7];
+ /* Up to 64B of data. */
+ uint32_t data[16];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_port_phy_i2c_write_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_port_phy_i2c_write_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/**************************
+ * hwrm_port_phy_i2c_read *
+ **************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_phy_i2c_read_input (size:320b/40B) */
+struct hwrm_port_phy_i2c_read_input {
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /*
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+ */
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ /*
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+ */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
+ /*
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+ */
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t flags;
+ uint32_t enables;
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the page_offset field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_PHY_I2C_READ_INPUT_ENABLES_PAGE_OFFSET \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /* Port ID of port. */
+ uint16_t port_id;
+ /* 8-bit I2C slave address. */
+ uint8_t i2c_slave_addr;
+ uint8_t unused_0;
+ /* The page number that is being accessed over I2C. */
+ uint16_t page_number;
+ /* Offset within the page that is being accessed over I2C. */
+ uint16_t page_offset;
+ /*
+ * Length of data to read, in bytes starting at the offset
+ * specified above. If the offset is not specified, then
+ * the data shall be read from the beginning of the page.
+ */
+ uint8_t data_length;
+ uint8_t unused_1[7];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_port_phy_i2c_read_output (size:640b/80B) */
+struct hwrm_port_phy_i2c_read_output {
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ /* Up to 64B of data. */
+ uint32_t data[16];
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
+ /*
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+ */
+ uint8_t valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/*********************
+ * hwrm_port_led_cfg *
+ *********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_led_cfg_input (size:512b/64B) */
struct hwrm_port_led_cfg_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /*
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+ */
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint32_t enables;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * This bit must be '1' for the led0_id field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED0_ID \
+ UINT32_C(0x1)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the led0_state field to be
+ * configured.
*/
- uint32_t enables;
- /* This bit must be '1' for the led0_id field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED0_ID UINT32_C(0x1)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the led0_state field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED0_STATE UINT32_C(0x2)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the led0_color field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED0_COLOR UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED0_STATE \
+ UINT32_C(0x2)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the led0_color field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED0_COLOR \
+ UINT32_C(0x4)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the led0_blink_on field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED0_BLINK_ON UINT32_C(0x8)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED0_BLINK_ON \
+ UINT32_C(0x8)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the led0_blink_off field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED0_BLINK_OFF UINT32_C(0x10)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED0_BLINK_OFF \
+ UINT32_C(0x10)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the led0_group_id field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED0_GROUP_ID UINT32_C(0x20)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the led1_id field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED1_ID UINT32_C(0x40)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the led1_state field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED1_STATE UINT32_C(0x80)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the led1_color field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED1_COLOR UINT32_C(0x100)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED0_GROUP_ID \
+ UINT32_C(0x20)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the led1_id field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED1_ID \
+ UINT32_C(0x40)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the led1_state field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED1_STATE \
+ UINT32_C(0x80)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the led1_color field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED1_COLOR \
+ UINT32_C(0x100)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the led1_blink_on field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED1_BLINK_ON UINT32_C(0x200)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED1_BLINK_ON \
+ UINT32_C(0x200)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the led1_blink_off field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED1_BLINK_OFF UINT32_C(0x400)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED1_BLINK_OFF \
+ UINT32_C(0x400)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the led1_group_id field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED1_GROUP_ID UINT32_C(0x800)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the led2_id field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED2_ID UINT32_C(0x1000)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the led2_state field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED2_STATE UINT32_C(0x2000)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the led2_color field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED2_COLOR UINT32_C(0x4000)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED1_GROUP_ID \
+ UINT32_C(0x800)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the led2_id field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED2_ID \
+ UINT32_C(0x1000)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the led2_state field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED2_STATE \
+ UINT32_C(0x2000)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the led2_color field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED2_COLOR \
+ UINT32_C(0x4000)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the led2_blink_on field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED2_BLINK_ON UINT32_C(0x8000)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED2_BLINK_ON \
+ UINT32_C(0x8000)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the led2_blink_off field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED2_BLINK_OFF UINT32_C(0x10000)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED2_BLINK_OFF \
+ UINT32_C(0x10000)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the led2_group_id field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED2_GROUP_ID UINT32_C(0x20000)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the led3_id field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED3_ID UINT32_C(0x40000)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the led3_state field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED3_STATE UINT32_C(0x80000)
- /* This bit must be '1' for the led3_color field to be configured. */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED3_COLOR UINT32_C(0x100000)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED2_GROUP_ID \
+ UINT32_C(0x20000)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the led3_id field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED3_ID \
+ UINT32_C(0x40000)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the led3_state field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED3_STATE \
+ UINT32_C(0x80000)
+ /*
+ * This bit must be '1' for the led3_color field to be
+ * configured.
+ */
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED3_COLOR \
+ UINT32_C(0x100000)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the led3_blink_on field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED3_BLINK_ON UINT32_C(0x200000)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED3_BLINK_ON \
+ UINT32_C(0x200000)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the led3_blink_off field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED3_BLINK_OFF \
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED3_BLINK_OFF \
UINT32_C(0x400000)
/*
* This bit must be '1' for the led3_group_id field to be
* configured.
*/
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED3_GROUP_ID UINT32_C(0x800000)
- uint16_t port_id;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_ENABLES_LED3_GROUP_ID \
+ UINT32_C(0x800000)
/* Port ID of port whose LEDs are configured. */
- uint8_t num_leds;
+ uint16_t port_id;
/*
- * The number of LEDs that are being configured. Up to 4 LEDs
- * can be configured with this command.
+ * The number of LEDs that are being configured.
+ * Up to 4 LEDs can be configured with this command.
*/
- uint8_t rsvd;
+ uint8_t num_leds;
/* Reserved field. */
- uint8_t led0_id;
+ uint8_t rsvd;
/* An identifier for the LED #0. */
- uint8_t led0_state;
+ uint8_t led0_id;
/* The requested state of the LED #0. */
+ uint8_t led0_state;
/* Default state of the LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Off */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
/* On */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Blink */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
/* Blink Alternately */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
- uint8_t led0_color;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_STATE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_STATE_BLINKALT
/* The requested color of LED #0. */
+ uint8_t led0_color;
/* Default */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Green */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Green or Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint16_t led0_blink_on;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_COLOR_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED0_COLOR_GREENAMBER
+ uint8_t unused_0;
/*
- * If the LED #0 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED on
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #0 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED on between cycles.
*/
- uint16_t led0_blink_off;
+ uint16_t led0_blink_on;
/*
- * If the LED #0 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED off
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #0 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED off between cycles.
*/
- uint8_t led0_group_id;
+ uint16_t led0_blink_off;
/*
- * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #0 belongs to.
- * If set to 0, then the LED #0 shall not be grouped and shall
- * be treated as an individual resource. For all other non-zero
- * values of this field, LED #0 shall be grouped together with
- * the LEDs with the same group ID value.
+ * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #0 belongs
+ * to.
+ * If set to 0, then the LED #0 shall not be grouped and
+ * shall be treated as an individual resource.
+ * For all other non-zero values of this field, LED #0 shall
+ * be grouped together with the LEDs with the same group ID
+ * value.
*/
- uint8_t rsvd0;
+ uint8_t led0_group_id;
/* Reserved field. */
- uint8_t led1_id;
+ uint8_t rsvd0;
/* An identifier for the LED #1. */
- uint8_t led1_state;
+ uint8_t led1_id;
/* The requested state of the LED #1. */
+ uint8_t led1_state;
/* Default state of the LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Off */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
/* On */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Blink */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
/* Blink Alternately */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
- uint8_t led1_color;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_STATE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_STATE_BLINKALT
/* The requested color of LED #1. */
+ uint8_t led1_color;
/* Default */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Green */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Green or Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint16_t led1_blink_on;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_COLOR_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED1_COLOR_GREENAMBER
+ uint8_t unused_1;
/*
- * If the LED #1 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED on
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #1 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED on between cycles.
*/
- uint16_t led1_blink_off;
+ uint16_t led1_blink_on;
/*
- * If the LED #1 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED off
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #1 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED off between cycles.
*/
- uint8_t led1_group_id;
+ uint16_t led1_blink_off;
/*
- * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #1 belongs to.
- * If set to 0, then the LED #1 shall not be grouped and shall
- * be treated as an individual resource. For all other non-zero
- * values of this field, LED #1 shall be grouped together with
- * the LEDs with the same group ID value.
+ * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #1 belongs
+ * to.
+ * If set to 0, then the LED #1 shall not be grouped and
+ * shall be treated as an individual resource.
+ * For all other non-zero values of this field, LED #1 shall
+ * be grouped together with the LEDs with the same group ID
+ * value.
*/
- uint8_t rsvd1;
+ uint8_t led1_group_id;
/* Reserved field. */
- uint8_t led2_id;
+ uint8_t rsvd1;
/* An identifier for the LED #2. */
- uint8_t led2_state;
+ uint8_t led2_id;
/* The requested state of the LED #2. */
+ uint8_t led2_state;
/* Default state of the LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Off */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
/* On */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Blink */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
/* Blink Alternately */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
- uint8_t led2_color;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_STATE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_STATE_BLINKALT
/* The requested color of LED #2. */
+ uint8_t led2_color;
/* Default */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Green */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Green or Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint16_t led2_blink_on;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_COLOR_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED2_COLOR_GREENAMBER
+ uint8_t unused_2;
/*
- * If the LED #2 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED on
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #2 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED on between cycles.
*/
- uint16_t led2_blink_off;
+ uint16_t led2_blink_on;
/*
- * If the LED #2 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED off
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #2 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED off between cycles.
*/
- uint8_t led2_group_id;
+ uint16_t led2_blink_off;
/*
- * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #2 belongs to.
- * If set to 0, then the LED #2 shall not be grouped and shall
- * be treated as an individual resource. For all other non-zero
- * values of this field, LED #2 shall be grouped together with
- * the LEDs with the same group ID value.
+ * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #2 belongs
+ * to.
+ * If set to 0, then the LED #2 shall not be grouped and
+ * shall be treated as an individual resource.
+ * For all other non-zero values of this field, LED #2 shall
+ * be grouped together with the LEDs with the same group ID
+ * value.
*/
- uint8_t rsvd2;
+ uint8_t led2_group_id;
/* Reserved field. */
- uint8_t led3_id;
+ uint8_t rsvd2;
/* An identifier for the LED #3. */
- uint8_t led3_state;
+ uint8_t led3_id;
/* The requested state of the LED #3. */
+ uint8_t led3_state;
/* Default state of the LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Off */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
/* On */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Blink */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
/* Blink Alternately */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
- uint8_t led3_color;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_STATE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_STATE_BLINKALT
/* The requested color of LED #3. */
+ uint8_t led3_color;
/* Default */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Green */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Green or Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint16_t led3_blink_on;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_COLOR_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_CFG_INPUT_LED3_COLOR_GREENAMBER
+ uint8_t unused_3;
/*
- * If the LED #3 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED on
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #3 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED on between cycles.
*/
- uint16_t led3_blink_off;
+ uint16_t led3_blink_on;
/*
- * If the LED #3 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED off
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #3 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED off between cycles.
*/
- uint8_t led3_group_id;
+ uint16_t led3_blink_off;
/*
- * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #3 belongs to.
- * If set to 0, then the LED #3 shall not be grouped and shall
- * be treated as an individual resource. For all other non-zero
- * values of this field, LED #3 shall be grouped together with
- * the LEDs with the same group ID value.
+ * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #3 belongs
+ * to.
+ * If set to 0, then the LED #3 shall not be grouped and
+ * shall be treated as an individual resource.
+ * For all other non-zero values of this field, LED #3 shall
+ * be grouped together with the LEDs with the same group ID
+ * value.
*/
- uint8_t rsvd3;
+ uint8_t led3_group_id;
/* Reserved field. */
+ uint8_t rsvd3;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (16 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_port_led_cfg_output (size:128b/16B) */
struct hwrm_port_led_cfg_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
- /*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
- */
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
- /*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
- */
- uint32_t unused_0;
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint8_t valid;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
+ uint8_t unused_0[7];
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+ * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+ * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+ * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
*/
+ uint8_t valid;
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* hwrm_port_led_qcfg */
-/*
- * Description: This function is used to query configuration of LEDs on a given
- * port. Each port has individual set of LEDs associated with it. These LEDs are
- * used for speed/link configuration as well as activity indicator
- * configuration. Up to three LEDs can be configured, one for activity and two
- * for speeds.
- */
-/* Input (24 bytes) */
+/**********************
+ * hwrm_port_led_qcfg *
+ **********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_led_qcfg_input (size:192b/24B) */
struct hwrm_port_led_qcfg_input {
- uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
/*
- * This value indicates what type of request this is. The format
- * for the rest of the command is determined by this field.
+ * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+ * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
*/
- uint16_t cmpl_ring;
+ uint16_t cmpl_ring;
/*
- * This value indicates the what completion ring the request
- * will be optionally completed on. If the value is -1, then no
- * CR completion will be generated. Any other value must be a
- * valid CR ring_id value for this function.
+ * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+ * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+ * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
*/
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This value indicates the command sequence number. */
- uint16_t target_id;
+ uint16_t seq_id;
/*
- * Target ID of this command. 0x0 - 0xFFF8 - Used for function
- * ids 0xFFF8 - 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors 0xFFFF
- * - HWRM
+ * The target ID of the command:
+ * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+ * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+ * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
*/
- uint64_t resp_addr;
+ uint16_t target_id;
/*
- * This is the host address where the response will be written
- * when the request is complete. This area must be 16B aligned
- * and must be cleared to zero before the request is made.
+ * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+ * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+ * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+ * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
*/
- uint16_t port_id;
+ uint64_t resp_addr;
/* Port ID of port whose LED configuration is being queried. */
- uint16_t unused_0[3];
+ uint16_t port_id;
+ uint8_t unused_0[6];
} __attribute__((packed));
-/* Output (56 bytes) */
+/* hwrm_port_led_qcfg_output (size:448b/56B) */
struct hwrm_port_led_qcfg_output {
- uint16_t error_code;
- /*
- * Pass/Fail or error type Note: receiver to verify the in
- * parameters, and fail the call with an error when appropriate
- */
- uint16_t req_type;
- /* This field returns the type of original request. */
- uint16_t seq_id;
- /* This field provides original sequence number of the command. */
- uint16_t resp_len;
- /*
- * This field is the length of the response in bytes. The last
- * byte of the response is a valid flag that will read as '1'
- * when the command has been completely written to memory.
- */
- uint8_t num_leds;
+ /* The specific error status for the command. */
+ uint16_t error_code;
+ /* The HWRM command request type. */
+ uint16_t req_type;
+ /* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+ uint16_t seq_id;
+ /* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+ uint16_t resp_len;
/*
- * The number of LEDs that are configured on this port. Up to 4
- * LEDs can be returned in the response.
+ * The number of LEDs that are configured on this port.
+ * Up to 4 LEDs can be returned in the response.
*/
- uint8_t led0_id;
+ uint8_t num_leds;
/* An identifier for the LED #0. */
- uint8_t led0_type;
+ uint8_t led0_id;
/* The type of LED #0. */
+ uint8_t led0_type;
/* Speed LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_TYPE_SPEED UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_TYPE_SPEED UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Activity LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_TYPE_ACTIVITY UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_TYPE_ACTIVITY UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Invalid */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_TYPE_INVALID UINT32_C(0xff)
- uint8_t led0_state;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_TYPE_INVALID UINT32_C(0xff)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_TYPE_INVALID
/* The current state of the LED #0. */
+ uint8_t led0_state;
/* Default state of the LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Off */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
/* On */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Blink */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
/* Blink Alternately */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
- uint8_t led0_color;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_STATE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_STATE_BLINKALT
/* The color of LED #0. */
+ uint8_t led0_color;
/* Default */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Green */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Green or Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
- uint8_t unused_0;
- uint16_t led0_blink_on;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_COLOR_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED0_COLOR_GREENAMBER
+ uint8_t unused_0;
/*
- * If the LED #0 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED on
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #0 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED on between cycles.
*/
- uint16_t led0_blink_off;
+ uint16_t led0_blink_on;
/*
- * If the LED #0 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED off
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #0 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED off between cycles.
*/
- uint8_t led0_group_id;
+ uint16_t led0_blink_off;
/*
- * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #0 belongs to.
- * If set to 0, then the LED #0 is not grouped. For all other
- * non-zero values of this field, LED #0 is grouped together
- * with the LEDs with the same group ID value.
+ * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #0 belongs
+ * to.
+ * If set to 0, then the LED #0 is not grouped.
+ * For all other non-zero values of this field, LED #0 is
+ * grouped together with the LEDs with the same group ID
+ * value.
*/
- uint8_t led1_id;
+ uint8_t led0_group_id;
/* An identifier for the LED #1. */
- uint8_t led1_type;
+ uint8_t led1_id;
/* The type of LED #1. */
+ uint8_t led1_type;
/* Speed LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_TYPE_SPEED UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_TYPE_SPEED UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Activity LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_TYPE_ACTIVITY UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_TYPE_ACTIVITY UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Invalid */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_TYPE_INVALID UINT32_C(0xff)
- uint8_t led1_state;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_TYPE_INVALID UINT32_C(0xff)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_TYPE_INVALID
/* The current state of the LED #1. */
+ uint8_t led1_state;
/* Default state of the LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Off */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
/* On */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Blink */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
/* Blink Alternately */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
- uint8_t led1_color;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_STATE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_STATE_BLINKALT
/* The color of LED #1. */
+ uint8_t led1_color;
/* Default */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Green */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Green or Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
- uint8_t unused_1;
- uint16_t led1_blink_on;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_COLOR_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED1_COLOR_GREENAMBER
+ uint8_t unused_1;
/*
- * If the LED #1 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED on
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #1 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED on between cycles.
*/
- uint16_t led1_blink_off;
+ uint16_t led1_blink_on;
/*
- * If the LED #1 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED off
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #1 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED off between cycles.
*/
- uint8_t led1_group_id;
+ uint16_t led1_blink_off;
/*
- * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #1 belongs to.
- * If set to 0, then the LED #1 is not grouped. For all other
- * non-zero values of this field, LED #1 is grouped together
- * with the LEDs with the same group ID value.
+ * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #1 belongs
+ * to.
+ * If set to 0, then the LED #1 is not grouped.
+ * For all other non-zero values of this field, LED #1 is
+ * grouped together with the LEDs with the same group ID
+ * value.
*/
- uint8_t led2_id;
+ uint8_t led1_group_id;
/* An identifier for the LED #2. */
- uint8_t led2_type;
+ uint8_t led2_id;
/* The type of LED #2. */
+ uint8_t led2_type;
/* Speed LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_TYPE_SPEED UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_TYPE_SPEED UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Activity LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_TYPE_ACTIVITY UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_TYPE_ACTIVITY UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Invalid */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_TYPE_INVALID UINT32_C(0xff)
- uint8_t led2_state;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_TYPE_INVALID UINT32_C(0xff)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_TYPE_INVALID
/* The current state of the LED #2. */
+ uint8_t led2_state;
/* Default state of the LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Off */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
/* On */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Blink */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
/* Blink Alternately */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
- uint8_t led2_color;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_STATE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_STATE_BLINKALT
/* The color of LED #2. */
+ uint8_t led2_color;
/* Default */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Green */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Green or Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
- uint8_t unused_2;
- uint16_t led2_blink_on;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_COLOR_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED2_COLOR_GREENAMBER
+ uint8_t unused_2;
/*
- * If the LED #2 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED on
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #2 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED on between cycles.
*/
- uint16_t led2_blink_off;
+ uint16_t led2_blink_on;
/*
- * If the LED #2 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED off
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #2 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED off between cycles.
*/
- uint8_t led2_group_id;
+ uint16_t led2_blink_off;
/*
- * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #2 belongs to.
- * If set to 0, then the LED #2 is not grouped. For all other
- * non-zero values of this field, LED #2 is grouped together
- * with the LEDs with the same group ID value.
+ * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #2 belongs
+ * to.
+ * If set to 0, then the LED #2 is not grouped.
+ * For all other non-zero values of this field, LED #2 is
+ * grouped together with the LEDs with the same group ID
+ * value.
*/
- uint8_t led3_id;
+ uint8_t led2_group_id;
/* An identifier for the LED #3. */
- uint8_t led3_type;
+ uint8_t led3_id;
/* The type of LED #3. */
+ uint8_t led3_type;
/* Speed LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_TYPE_SPEED UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_TYPE_SPEED UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Activity LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_TYPE_ACTIVITY UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_TYPE_ACTIVITY UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Invalid */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_TYPE_INVALID UINT32_C(0xff)
- uint8_t led3_state;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_TYPE_INVALID UINT32_C(0xff)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_TYPE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_TYPE_INVALID
/* The current state of the LED #3. */
+ uint8_t led3_state;
/* Default state of the LED */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_STATE_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Off */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_STATE_OFF UINT32_C(0x1)
/* On */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_STATE_ON UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Blink */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_STATE_BLINK UINT32_C(0x3)
/* Blink Alternately */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
- uint8_t led3_color;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_STATE_BLINKALT UINT32_C(0x4)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_STATE_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_STATE_BLINKALT
/* The color of LED #3. */
+ uint8_t led3_color;
/* Default */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_COLOR_DEFAULT UINT32_C(0x0)
/* Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_COLOR_AMBER UINT32_C(0x1)
/* Green */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_COLOR_GREEN UINT32_C(0x2)
/* Green or Amber */
- #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
- uint8_t unused_3;
- uint16_t led3_blink_on;
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_COLOR_GREENAMBER UINT32_C(0x3)
+ #define HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_COLOR_LAST \
+ HWRM_PORT_LED_QCFG_OUTPUT_LED3_COLOR_GREENAMBER
+ uint8_t unused_3;
/*
- * If the LED #3 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED on
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #3 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED on between cycles.
*/
- uint16_t led3_blink_off;
+ uint16_t led3_blink_on;
/*
- * If the LED #3 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then this field
- * represents the requested time in milliseconds to keep LED off
- * between cycles.
+ * If the LED #3 state is "blink" or "blinkalt", then
+ * this field represents the requested time in milliseconds
+ * to keep LED off between cycles.
*/
- uint8_t led3_group_id;
+ uint16_t led3_blink_off;
/*
- * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #3 belongs to.
- * If set to 0, then the LED #3 is not grouped. For all other
- * non-zero values of this field, LED #3 is grouped together
- * with the LEDs with the same group ID value.
+ * An identifier for the group of LEDs that LED #3 belongs
+ * to.
+ * If set to 0, then the LED #3 is not grouped.
+ * For all other non-zero values of this field, LED #3 is
+ * grouped together with the LEDs with the same group ID
+ * value.
*/
- uint8_t unused_4;
- uint16_t unused_5;
- uint8_t unused_6;
- uint8_t unused_7;
- uint8_t unused_8;
- uint8_t valid;
+ uint8_t led3_group_id;
+ uint8_t unused_4[6];
/*
- * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
- * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
- * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been completely
- * written. When writing a command completion or response to an
- * internal processor, the order of writes has to be such that
- * this field is written last.
+ * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+ * is completely w