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* Helper functions for common, but complicated tasks.
#ifndef __CVMX_HELPER_H__
#define __CVMX_HELPER_H__
#include "cvmx-config.h"
#include "cvmx-fpa.h"
#include "cvmx-wqe.h"
typedef enum {
} cvmx_helper_interface_mode_t;
typedef union {
uint64_t u64;
struct {
uint64_t reserved_20_63:44;
uint64_t link_up:1; /**< Is the physical link up? */
uint64_t full_duplex:1; /**< 1 if the link is full duplex */
uint64_t speed:18; /**< Speed of the link in Mbps */
} s;
} cvmx_helper_link_info_t;
#include "cvmx-helper-fpa.h"
#include <asm/octeon/cvmx-helper-errata.h>
#include "cvmx-helper-loop.h"
#include "cvmx-helper-npi.h"
#include "cvmx-helper-rgmii.h"
#include "cvmx-helper-sgmii.h"
#include "cvmx-helper-spi.h"
#include "cvmx-helper-util.h"
#include "cvmx-helper-xaui.h"
* cvmx_override_pko_queue_priority(int ipd_port, uint64_t
* priorities[16]) is a function pointer. It is meant to allow
* customization of the PKO queue priorities based on the port
* number. Users should set this pointer to a function before
* calling any cvmx-helper operations.
extern void (*cvmx_override_pko_queue_priority) (int pko_port,
uint64_t priorities[16]);
* cvmx_override_ipd_port_setup(int ipd_port) is a function
* pointer. It is meant to allow customization of the IPD port
* setup before packet input/output comes online. It is called
* after cvmx-helper does the default IPD configuration, but
* before IPD is enabled. Users should set this pointer to a
* function before calling any cvmx-helper operations.
extern void (*cvmx_override_ipd_port_setup) (int ipd_port);
* This function enables the IPD and also enables the packet interfaces.
* The packet interfaces (RGMII and SPI) must be enabled after the
* IPD. This should be called by the user program after any additional
* IPD configuration changes are made if CVMX_HELPER_ENABLE_IPD
* is not set in the executive-config.h file.
* Returns 0 on success
* -1 on failure
extern int cvmx_helper_ipd_and_packet_input_enable(void);
* Initialize the PIP, IPD, and PKO hardware to support
* simple priority based queues for the ethernet ports. Each
* port is configured with a number of priority queues based
* on CVMX_PKO_QUEUES_PER_PORT_* where each queue is lower
* priority than the previous.
* Returns Zero on success, non-zero on failure
extern int cvmx_helper_initialize_packet_io_global(void);
* Does core local initialization for packet io
* Returns Zero on success, non-zero on failure
extern int cvmx_helper_initialize_packet_io_local(void);
* Returns the number of ports on the given interface.
* The interface must be initialized before the port count
* can be returned.
* @interface: Which interface to return port count for.
* Returns Port count for interface
* -1 for uninitialized interface
extern int cvmx_helper_ports_on_interface(int interface);
* Return the number of interfaces the chip has. Each interface
* may have multiple ports. Most chips support two interfaces,
* but the CNX0XX and CNX1XX are exceptions. These only support
* one interface.
* Returns Number of interfaces on chip
extern int cvmx_helper_get_number_of_interfaces(void);
* Get the operating mode of an interface. Depending on the Octeon
* chip and configuration, this function returns an enumeration
* of the type of packet I/O supported by an interface.
* @interface: Interface to probe
* Returns Mode of the interface. Unknown or unsupported interfaces return
extern cvmx_helper_interface_mode_t cvmx_helper_interface_get_mode(int
* Auto configure an IPD/PKO port link state and speed. This
* function basically does the equivalent of:
* cvmx_helper_link_set(ipd_port, cvmx_helper_link_get(ipd_port));
* @ipd_port: IPD/PKO port to auto configure
* Returns Link state after configure
extern cvmx_helper_link_info_t cvmx_helper_link_autoconf(int ipd_port);
* Return the link state of an IPD/PKO port as returned by
* auto negotiation. The result of this function may not match
* Octeon's link config if auto negotiation has changed since
* the last call to cvmx_helper_link_set().
* @ipd_port: IPD/PKO port to query
* Returns Link state
extern cvmx_helper_link_info_t cvmx_helper_link_get(int ipd_port);
* Configure an IPD/PKO port for the specified link state. This
* function does not influence auto negotiation at the PHY level.
* The passed link state must always match the link state returned
* by cvmx_helper_link_get(). It is normally best to use
* cvmx_helper_link_autoconf() instead.
* @ipd_port: IPD/PKO port to configure
* @link_info: The new link state
* Returns Zero on success, negative on failure
extern int cvmx_helper_link_set(int ipd_port,
cvmx_helper_link_info_t link_info);
* This function probes an interface to determine the actual
* number of hardware ports connected to it. It doesn't setup the
* ports or enable them. The main goal here is to set the global
* interface_port_count[interface] correctly. Hardware setup of the
* ports will be performed later.
* @interface: Interface to probe
* Returns Zero on success, negative on failure
extern int cvmx_helper_interface_probe(int interface);
* Configure a port for internal and/or external loopback. Internal loopback
* causes packets sent by the port to be received by Octeon. External loopback
* causes packets received from the wire to sent out again.
* @ipd_port: IPD/PKO port to loopback.
* @enable_internal:
* Non zero if you want internal loopback
* @enable_external:
* Non zero if you want external loopback
* Returns Zero on success, negative on failure.
extern int cvmx_helper_configure_loopback(int ipd_port, int enable_internal,
int enable_external);
#endif /* __CVMX_HELPER_H__ */