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//
// Copyright 2013, 2014 HashFast Technologies LLC
//
// This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
// under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
// Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option)
// any later version. See COPYING for more details.
//
// Big endian versions of packed structures
//
// Version 1.0
//
#ifndef _HF_PROTOCOL_BE_H_
#define _HF_PROTOCOL_BE_H_
// Generic header
struct hf_header {
uint8_t preamble; // Always 0xaa
uint8_t operation_code;
uint8_t chip_address;
uint8_t core_address;
uint16_t hdata; // Header specific data
uint8_t data_length; // .. of data frame to follow, in 4 byte blocks, 0=no data
uint8_t crc8; // Computed across bytes 1-6 inclusive
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4))); // 8 bytes total
// Header specific to OP_PLL_CONFIG
struct hf_pll_config {
uint8_t preamble;
uint8_t operation_code;
uint8_t chip_address;
uint8_t pll_reset:1;
uint8_t pll_bypass:1;
uint8_t pll_divr:6;
uint8_t pll_divf;
uint8_t pll_fse:1; // Must always be 1
uint8_t pll_range:3;
uint8_t pll_divq:3;
uint8_t spare1:1; // Must always be 0
uint8_t data_length; // Always 0
uint8_t crc8; // Computed across bytes 1-6 inclusive
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4))); // 8 bytes total
// OP_HASH serial data
struct hf_hash_serial {
uint8_t midstate[32]; // Computed from first half of block header
uint8_t merkle_residual[4]; // From block header
uint32_t timestamp; // From block header
uint32_t bits; // Actual difficulty target for block header
uint32_t starting_nonce; // Usually set to 0
uint32_t nonce_loops; // How many nonces to search, or 0 for 2^32
uint16_t ntime_loops; // How many times to roll timestamp, or 0
uint8_t search_difficulty; // Search difficulty to use, # of '0' digits required
uint8_t option;
uint8_t group;
uint8_t spare3[3];
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4)));
// OP_HASH usb data - header+data = 64 bytes
struct hf_hash_usb {
uint8_t midstate[32]; // Computed from first half of block header
uint8_t merkle_residual[4]; // From block header
uint32_t timestamp; // From block header
uint32_t bits; // Actual difficulty target for block header
uint32_t starting_nonce; // Usually set to 0
uint32_t nonce_loops; // How many nonces to search, or 0 for 2^32
uint16_t ntime_loops; // How many times to roll timestamp, or 0
uint8_t search_difficulty; // Search difficulty to use, # of '0' digits required
uint8_t group; // Non-zero for valid group
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4)));
// OP_NONCE data
struct hf_candidate_nonce {
uint32_t nonce; // Candidate nonce
uint16_t sequence; // Sequence number from corresponding OP_HASH
uint16_t ntime; // ntime offset, if ntime roll occurred, in LS 12 bits
// If b12 set, search forward next 128 nonces to find solution(s)
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4)));
// OP_CONFIG data
// This is usually internal data only, for serial drivers only
// Users shouldn't normally need to interpret this, but in the event a Big Endian
// user requires access to this data, the following structure will get all
// the fields in the right place, but byte swaps will be required for the
// uint16_t's and the uint32_t.
struct hf_config_data {
uint16_t forward_all_privileged_packets:1; // Forward priv pkts -- diagnostic
uint16_t pwm_active_level:1; // Active level of PWM outputs, if used
uint16_t send_status_on_pending_empty:1; // Schedule status whenever core pending goes idle
uint16_t send_status_on_core_idle:1; // Schedule status whenever core goes idle
uint16_t enable_periodic_status:1; // Send periodic status
uint16_t status_period:11; // Periodic status time, msec
uint8_t status_batch_delay; // Batching delay, time to wait before sending status
uint8_t disable_sensors:1; // Diagnostic
uint8_t watchdog:7; // Watchdog timeout, seconds
uint8_t rx_ignore_header_crc:1; // Ignore rx header crc's (diagnostic)
uint8_t rx_header_timeout:7; // Header timeout in char times
uint8_t rx_ignore_data_crc:1; // Ignore rx data crc's (diagnostic)
uint8_t rx_data_timeout:7; // Data timeout in char times / 16
uint8_t stat_diagnostic:1; // Never set this
uint8_t stats_interval:7; // Minimum interval to report statistics (seconds)
uint8_t measure_interval; // Die temperature measurement interval (msec)
uint32_t forward_all_packets:1; // Forward everything - diagnostic.
uint32_t clock_diagnostic:1; // Never set this
uint32_t trim:4; // Trim value for temperature measurements
uint32_t pwm_phases:2; // phases - 1
uint32_t voltage_sample_points:8; // Bit mask for sample points (up to 5 bits set)
uint32_t max_nonces_per_frame:4; // Maximum # of nonces to combine in a single frame
uint32_t one_usec:12; // How many LF clocks per usec.
uint16_t pwm_period; // Period of PWM outputs, in reference clock cycles
uint16_t pwm_pulse_period; // Initial count, phase 0
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4)));
// OP_GROUP data
struct hf_group_data {
uint16_t nonce_msoffset; // This value << 16 added to starting nonce
uint16_t ntime_offset; // This value added to timestamp
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4)));
// Structure of the monitor fields for G-1, returned in OP_STATUS, core bitmap follows this
struct hf_g1_monitor {
uint16_t die_temperature; // Die temperature ADC count
uint8_t core_voltage[6]; // Core voltage
// [0] = main sensor
// [1]-[5] = other positions
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4)));
// What comes back in the body of an OP_STATISTICS frame (On die statistics)
struct hf_statistics {
uint8_t rx_header_crc; // Header CRC error's
uint8_t rx_body_crc; // Data CRC error's
uint8_t rx_header_timeouts; // Header timeouts
uint8_t rx_body_timeouts; // Data timeouts
uint8_t core_nonce_fifo_full; // Core nonce Q overrun events
uint8_t array_nonce_fifo_full; // System nonce Q overrun events
uint8_t stats_overrun; // Overrun in statistics reporting
uint8_t spare;
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4)));
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// USB protocol data structures
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Convenience header specific to OP_USB_INIT
struct hf_usb_init_header {
uint8_t preamble; // Always 0xaa
uint8_t operation_code;
uint8_t spare1;
uint8_t shed_supported:1; // Host supports gwq status shed_count
uint8_t do_atspeed_core_tests:1; // Do core tests at speed, return second bitmap
uint8_t no_asic_initialization:1; // Do not perform automatic ASIC initialization
uint8_t pll_bypass:1; // Force PLL bypass, hash clock = ref clock
uint8_t user_configuration:1; // Use the following configuration data
uint8_t protocol:3; // Which protocol to use
uint16_t hash_clock; // Requested hash clock frequency
uint8_t data_length; // .. of data frame to follow, in 4 byte blocks
uint8_t crc8; // Computed across bytes 1-6 inclusive
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4))); // 8 bytes total
// Options (only if present) that may be appended to the above header
// Each option involving a numerical value will only be in effect if the value is non-zero
// This allows the user to select only those options desired for modification. Do not
// use this facility unless you are an expert - loading inconsistent settings will not work.
struct hf_usb_init_options {
uint16_t group_ntime_roll; // Total ntime roll amount per group
uint16_t core_ntime_roll; // Total core ntime roll amount
uint8_t low_operating_temp_limit; // Lowest normal operating limit
uint8_t high_operating_temp_limit; // Highest normal operating limit
uint16_t spare;
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4)));
// Base item returned from device for OP_USB_INIT
struct hf_usb_init_base {
uint16_t firmware_rev; // Firmware revision #
uint16_t hardware_rev; // Hardware revision #
uint32_t serial_number; // Board serial number
uint8_t operation_status; // Reply status for OP_USB_INIT (0 = success)
uint8_t extra_status_1; // Extra reply status information, code specific
uint16_t sequence_modulus; // Sequence numbers are to be modulo this
uint16_t hash_clockrate; // Actual hash clock rate used (nearest Mhz)
uint16_t inflight_target; // Target inflight amount for GWQ protocol
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4)));
// The above base item (16 bytes) is followed by the struct hf_config_data (16 bytes) actually
// used internally (so users may modify non-critical fields by doing subsequent
// OP_CONFIG operations). This is followed by a device specific "core good" bitmap (unless the
// user disabled initialization), and optionally by an at-speed "core good" bitmap.
// Information in an OP_DIE_STATUS frame. This is for one die - there are four per ASIC.
// Board level phase current and voltage sensors are likely to disappear in later production models.
struct hf_g1_die_data {
struct hf_g1_monitor die; // Die sensors - 8 bytes
uint16_t phase_currents[4]; // Phase currents (0 if unavailable)
uint16_t voltage; // Voltage at device boundary (0 if unavailable)
uint16_t temperature; // Regulator temp sensor
uint16_t tacho; // See documentation
uint16_t spare;
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4))); // 24 bytes total
// Information for an OP_GWQ_STATUS frame
// If sequence_head == sequence_tail, then there is no active work and sequence_head is invalid
struct hf_gwq_data {
uint64_t hash_count; // Add this to host's cumulative hash count
uint16_t sequence_head; // The latest, internal, active sequence #
uint16_t sequence_tail; // The latest, internal, inactive sequence #
uint16_t shed_count; // # of cores have been shedded for thermal control
uint16_t spare;
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4)));
// Information for an OP_USB_STATS1 frame - Communication statistics
struct hf_usb_stats1 {
// USB incoming
uint16_t usb_rx_preambles;
uint16_t usb_rx_receive_byte_errors;
uint16_t usb_rx_bad_hcrc;
// USB outgoing
uint16_t usb_tx_attempts;
uint16_t usb_tx_packets;
uint16_t usb_tx_timeouts;
uint16_t usb_tx_incompletes;
uint16_t usb_tx_endpointstalled;
uint16_t usb_tx_disconnected;
uint16_t usb_tx_suspended;
// Internal UART transmit
uint16_t uart_tx_queue_dma;
uint16_t uart_tx_interrupts;
// Internal UART receive
uint16_t uart_rx_preamble_ints;
uint16_t uart_rx_missed_preamble_ints;
uint16_t uart_rx_header_done;
uint16_t uart_rx_data_done;
uint16_t uart_rx_bad_hcrc;
//uint16_t uart_rx_bad_crc32;
uint16_t uart_rx_bad_dma;
uint16_t uart_rx_short_dma;
uint16_t uart_rx_buffers_full;
uint8_t max_tx_buffers; // Maximum # of send buffers ever used
uint8_t max_rx_buffers; // Maximum # of receive buffers ever used
} __attribute__((packed,aligned(4)));
// Information for an OP_USB_NOTICE frame
struct hf_usb_notice_data {
uint32_t extra_data; // Depends on notification code
char message[]; // NULL terminated, little endian byte order
};
#endif
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