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Exact replica of unstable on 051908 + README-this
author Mukesh Rathor
date Mon May 19 15:34:57 2008 -0700 (2008-05-19)
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1 /*
2 * This file is subject to the terms and conditions of the GNU General Public
3 * License. See the file "COPYING" in the main directory of this archive
4 * for more details.
5 *
6 * Copyright (C) 1992 - 1997, 2000-2003 Silicon Graphics, Inc. All rights reserved.
7 */
8 #ifndef _ASM_IA64_SN_PCI_PIC_H
9 #define _ASM_IA64_SN_PCI_PIC_H
11 /*
12 * PIC AS DEVICE ZERO
13 * ------------------
14 *
15 * PIC handles PCI/X busses. PCI/X requires that the 'bridge' (i.e. PIC)
16 * be designated as 'device 0'. That is a departure from earlier SGI
17 * PCI bridges. Because of that we use config space 1 to access the
18 * config space of the first actual PCI device on the bus.
19 * Here's what the PIC manual says:
20 *
21 * The current PCI-X bus specification now defines that the parent
22 * hosts bus bridge (PIC for example) must be device 0 on bus 0. PIC
23 * reduced the total number of devices from 8 to 4 and removed the
24 * device registers and windows, now only supporting devices 0,1,2, and
25 * 3. PIC did leave all 8 configuration space windows. The reason was
26 * there was nothing to gain by removing them. Here in lies the problem.
27 * The device numbering we do using 0 through 3 is unrelated to the device
28 * numbering which PCI-X requires in configuration space. In the past we
29 * correlated Configs pace and our device space 0 <-> 0, 1 <-> 1, etc.
30 * PCI-X requires we start a 1, not 0 and currently the PX brick
31 * does associate our:
32 *
33 * device 0 with configuration space window 1,
34 * device 1 with configuration space window 2,
35 * device 2 with configuration space window 3,
36 * device 3 with configuration space window 4.
37 *
38 * The net effect is that all config space access are off-by-one with
39 * relation to other per-slot accesses on the PIC.
40 * Here is a table that shows some of that:
41 *
42 * Internal Slot#
43 * |
44 * | 0 1 2 3
45 * ----------|---------------------------------------
46 * config | 0x21000 0x22000 0x23000 0x24000
47 * |
48 * even rrb | 0[0] n/a 1[0] n/a [] == implied even/odd
49 * |
50 * odd rrb | n/a 0[1] n/a 1[1]
51 * |
52 * int dev | 00 01 10 11
53 * |
54 * ext slot# | 1 2 3 4
55 * ----------|---------------------------------------
56 */
58 #define PIC_ATE_TARGETID_SHFT 8
59 #define PIC_HOST_INTR_ADDR 0x0000FFFFFFFFFFFFUL
60 #define PIC_PCI64_ATTR_TARG_SHFT 60
63 /*****************************************************************************
64 *********************** PIC MMR structure mapping ***************************
65 *****************************************************************************/
67 /* NOTE: PIC WAR. PV#854697. PIC does not allow writes just to [31:0]
68 * of a 64-bit register. When writing PIC registers, always write the
69 * entire 64 bits.
70 */
72 struct pic {
74 /* 0x000000-0x00FFFF -- Local Registers */
76 /* 0x000000-0x000057 -- Standard Widget Configuration */
77 u64 p_wid_id; /* 0x000000 */
78 u64 p_wid_stat; /* 0x000008 */
79 u64 p_wid_err_upper; /* 0x000010 */
80 u64 p_wid_err_lower; /* 0x000018 */
81 #define p_wid_err p_wid_err_lower
82 u64 p_wid_control; /* 0x000020 */
83 u64 p_wid_req_timeout; /* 0x000028 */
84 u64 p_wid_int_upper; /* 0x000030 */
85 u64 p_wid_int_lower; /* 0x000038 */
86 #define p_wid_int p_wid_int_lower
87 u64 p_wid_err_cmdword; /* 0x000040 */
88 u64 p_wid_llp; /* 0x000048 */
89 u64 p_wid_tflush; /* 0x000050 */
91 /* 0x000058-0x00007F -- Bridge-specific Widget Configuration */
92 u64 p_wid_aux_err; /* 0x000058 */
93 u64 p_wid_resp_upper; /* 0x000060 */
94 u64 p_wid_resp_lower; /* 0x000068 */
95 #define p_wid_resp p_wid_resp_lower
96 u64 p_wid_tst_pin_ctrl; /* 0x000070 */
97 u64 p_wid_addr_lkerr; /* 0x000078 */
99 /* 0x000080-0x00008F -- PMU & MAP */
100 u64 p_dir_map; /* 0x000080 */
101 u64 _pad_000088; /* 0x000088 */
103 /* 0x000090-0x00009F -- SSRAM */
104 u64 p_map_fault; /* 0x000090 */
105 u64 _pad_000098; /* 0x000098 */
107 /* 0x0000A0-0x0000AF -- Arbitration */
108 u64 p_arb; /* 0x0000A0 */
109 u64 _pad_0000A8; /* 0x0000A8 */
111 /* 0x0000B0-0x0000BF -- Number In A Can or ATE Parity Error */
112 u64 p_ate_parity_err; /* 0x0000B0 */
113 u64 _pad_0000B8; /* 0x0000B8 */
115 /* 0x0000C0-0x0000FF -- PCI/GIO */
116 u64 p_bus_timeout; /* 0x0000C0 */
117 u64 p_pci_cfg; /* 0x0000C8 */
118 u64 p_pci_err_upper; /* 0x0000D0 */
119 u64 p_pci_err_lower; /* 0x0000D8 */
120 #define p_pci_err p_pci_err_lower
121 u64 _pad_0000E0[4]; /* 0x0000{E0..F8} */
123 /* 0x000100-0x0001FF -- Interrupt */
124 u64 p_int_status; /* 0x000100 */
125 u64 p_int_enable; /* 0x000108 */
126 u64 p_int_rst_stat; /* 0x000110 */
127 u64 p_int_mode; /* 0x000118 */
128 u64 p_int_device; /* 0x000120 */
129 u64 p_int_host_err; /* 0x000128 */
130 u64 p_int_addr[8]; /* 0x0001{30,,,68} */
131 u64 p_err_int_view; /* 0x000170 */
132 u64 p_mult_int; /* 0x000178 */
133 u64 p_force_always[8]; /* 0x0001{80,,,B8} */
134 u64 p_force_pin[8]; /* 0x0001{C0,,,F8} */
136 /* 0x000200-0x000298 -- Device */
137 u64 p_device[4]; /* 0x0002{00,,,18} */
138 u64 _pad_000220[4]; /* 0x0002{20,,,38} */
139 u64 p_wr_req_buf[4]; /* 0x0002{40,,,58} */
140 u64 _pad_000260[4]; /* 0x0002{60,,,78} */
141 u64 p_rrb_map[2]; /* 0x0002{80,,,88} */
142 #define p_even_resp p_rrb_map[0] /* 0x000280 */
143 #define p_odd_resp p_rrb_map[1] /* 0x000288 */
144 u64 p_resp_status; /* 0x000290 */
145 u64 p_resp_clear; /* 0x000298 */
147 u64 _pad_0002A0[12]; /* 0x0002{A0..F8} */
149 /* 0x000300-0x0003F8 -- Buffer Address Match Registers */
150 struct {
151 u64 upper; /* 0x0003{00,,,F0} */
152 u64 lower; /* 0x0003{08,,,F8} */
153 } p_buf_addr_match[16];
155 /* 0x000400-0x0005FF -- Performance Monitor Registers (even only) */
156 struct {
157 u64 flush_w_touch; /* 0x000{400,,,5C0} */
158 u64 flush_wo_touch; /* 0x000{408,,,5C8} */
159 u64 inflight; /* 0x000{410,,,5D0} */
160 u64 prefetch; /* 0x000{418,,,5D8} */
161 u64 total_pci_retry; /* 0x000{420,,,5E0} */
162 u64 max_pci_retry; /* 0x000{428,,,5E8} */
163 u64 max_latency; /* 0x000{430,,,5F0} */
164 u64 clear_all; /* 0x000{438,,,5F8} */
165 } p_buf_count[8];
168 /* 0x000600-0x0009FF -- PCI/X registers */
169 u64 p_pcix_bus_err_addr; /* 0x000600 */
170 u64 p_pcix_bus_err_attr; /* 0x000608 */
171 u64 p_pcix_bus_err_data; /* 0x000610 */
172 u64 p_pcix_pio_split_addr; /* 0x000618 */
173 u64 p_pcix_pio_split_attr; /* 0x000620 */
174 u64 p_pcix_dma_req_err_attr; /* 0x000628 */
175 u64 p_pcix_dma_req_err_addr; /* 0x000630 */
176 u64 p_pcix_timeout; /* 0x000638 */
178 u64 _pad_000640[120]; /* 0x000{640,,,9F8} */
180 /* 0x000A00-0x000BFF -- PCI/X Read&Write Buffer */
181 struct {
182 u64 p_buf_addr; /* 0x000{A00,,,AF0} */
183 u64 p_buf_attr; /* 0X000{A08,,,AF8} */
184 } p_pcix_read_buf_64[16];
186 struct {
187 u64 p_buf_addr; /* 0x000{B00,,,BE0} */
188 u64 p_buf_attr; /* 0x000{B08,,,BE8} */
189 u64 p_buf_valid; /* 0x000{B10,,,BF0} */
190 u64 __pad1; /* 0x000{B18,,,BF8} */
191 } p_pcix_write_buf_64[8];
193 /* End of Local Registers -- Start of Address Map space */
195 char _pad_000c00[0x010000 - 0x000c00];
197 /* 0x010000-0x011fff -- Internal ATE RAM (Auto Parity Generation) */
198 u64 p_int_ate_ram[1024]; /* 0x010000-0x011fff */
200 /* 0x012000-0x013fff -- Internal ATE RAM (Manual Parity Generation) */
201 u64 p_int_ate_ram_mp[1024]; /* 0x012000-0x013fff */
203 char _pad_014000[0x18000 - 0x014000];
205 /* 0x18000-0x197F8 -- PIC Write Request Ram */
206 u64 p_wr_req_lower[256]; /* 0x18000 - 0x187F8 */
207 u64 p_wr_req_upper[256]; /* 0x18800 - 0x18FF8 */
208 u64 p_wr_req_parity[256]; /* 0x19000 - 0x197F8 */
210 char _pad_019800[0x20000 - 0x019800];
212 /* 0x020000-0x027FFF -- PCI Device Configuration Spaces */
213 union {
214 u8 c[0x1000 / 1]; /* 0x02{0000,,,7FFF} */
215 u16 s[0x1000 / 2]; /* 0x02{0000,,,7FFF} */
216 u32 l[0x1000 / 4]; /* 0x02{0000,,,7FFF} */
217 u64 d[0x1000 / 8]; /* 0x02{0000,,,7FFF} */
218 union {
219 u8 c[0x100 / 1];
220 u16 s[0x100 / 2];
221 u32 l[0x100 / 4];
222 u64 d[0x100 / 8];
223 } f[8];
224 } p_type0_cfg_dev[8]; /* 0x02{0000,,,7FFF} */
226 /* 0x028000-0x028FFF -- PCI Type 1 Configuration Space */
227 union {
228 u8 c[0x1000 / 1]; /* 0x028000-0x029000 */
229 u16 s[0x1000 / 2]; /* 0x028000-0x029000 */
230 u32 l[0x1000 / 4]; /* 0x028000-0x029000 */
231 u64 d[0x1000 / 8]; /* 0x028000-0x029000 */
232 union {
233 u8 c[0x100 / 1];
234 u16 s[0x100 / 2];
235 u32 l[0x100 / 4];
236 u64 d[0x100 / 8];
237 } f[8];
238 } p_type1_cfg; /* 0x028000-0x029000 */
240 char _pad_029000[0x030000-0x029000];
242 /* 0x030000-0x030007 -- PCI Interrupt Acknowledge Cycle */
243 union {
244 u8 c[8 / 1];
245 u16 s[8 / 2];
246 u32 l[8 / 4];
247 u64 d[8 / 8];
248 } p_pci_iack; /* 0x030000-0x030007 */
250 char _pad_030007[0x040000-0x030008];
252 /* 0x040000-0x030007 -- PCIX Special Cycle */
253 union {
254 u8 c[8 / 1];
255 u16 s[8 / 2];
256 u32 l[8 / 4];
257 u64 d[8 / 8];
258 } p_pcix_cycle; /* 0x040000-0x040007 */
259 };
261 #endif /* _ASM_IA64_SN_PCI_PIC_H */