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/* fdomain.c -- Future Domain TMC-16x0 SCSI driver
* Created: Sun May 3 18:53:19 1992 by faith@cs.unc.edu
* Revised: Mon Dec 28 21:59:02 1998 by faith@acm.org
* Author: Rickard E. Faith, faith@cs.unc.edu
* Copyright 1992-1996, 1998 Rickard E. Faith (faith@acm.org)
* Shared IRQ supported added 7/7/2001 Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk>
* 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 2, or (at your option) any
* later version.
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
* WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
* General Public License for more details.
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
* with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
* 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
**************************************************************************
SUMMARY:
Future Domain BIOS versions supported for autodetect:
2.0, 3.0, 3.2, 3.4 (1.0), 3.5 (2.0), 3.6, 3.61
Chips are supported:
TMC-1800, TMC-18C50, TMC-18C30, TMC-36C70
Boards supported:
Future Domain TMC-1650, TMC-1660, TMC-1670, TMC-1680, TMC-1610M/MER/MEX
Future Domain TMC-3260 (PCI)
Quantum ISA-200S, ISA-250MG
Adaptec AHA-2920A (PCI) [BUT *NOT* AHA-2920C -- use aic7xxx instead]
IBM ?
LILO/INSMOD command-line options:
fdomain=<PORT_BASE>,<IRQ>[,<ADAPTER_ID>]
NOTE:
The Adaptec AHA-2920C has an Adaptec AIC-7850 chip on it.
Use the aic7xxx driver for this board.
The Adaptec AHA-2920A has a Future Domain chip on it, so this is the right
driver for that card. Unfortunately, the boxes will probably just say
"2920", so you'll have to look on the card for a Future Domain logo, or a
letter after the 2920.
THANKS:
Thanks to Adaptec for providing PCI boards for testing. This finally
enabled me to test the PCI detection and correct it for PCI boards that do
not have a BIOS at a standard ISA location. For PCI boards, LILO/INSMOD
command-line options should no longer be needed. --RF 18Nov98
DESCRIPTION:
This is the Linux low-level SCSI driver for Future Domain TMC-1660/1680
TMC-1650/1670, and TMC-3260 SCSI host adapters. The 1650 and 1670 have a
25-pin external connector, whereas the 1660 and 1680 have a SCSI-2 50-pin
high-density external connector. The 1670 and 1680 have floppy disk
controllers built in. The TMC-3260 is a PCI bus card.
Future Domain's older boards are based on the TMC-1800 chip, and this
driver was originally written for a TMC-1680 board with the TMC-1800 chip.
More recently, boards are being produced with the TMC-18C50 and TMC-18C30
chips. The latest and greatest board may not work with this driver. If
you have to patch this driver so that it will recognize your board's BIOS
signature, then the driver may fail to function after the board is
detected.
Please note that the drive ordering that Future Domain implemented in BIOS
versions 3.4 and 3.5 is the opposite of the order (currently) used by the
rest of the SCSI industry. If you have BIOS version 3.4 or 3.5, and have
more than one drive, then the drive ordering will be the reverse of that
which you see under DOS. For example, under DOS SCSI ID 0 will be D: and
SCSI ID 1 will be C: (the boot device). Under Linux, SCSI ID 0 will be
/dev/sda and SCSI ID 1 will be /dev/sdb. The Linux ordering is consistent
with that provided by all the other SCSI drivers for Linux. If you want
this changed, you will probably have to patch the higher level SCSI code.
If you do so, please send me patches that are protected by #ifdefs.
If you have a TMC-8xx or TMC-9xx board, then this is not the driver for
your board. Please refer to the Seagate driver for more information and
possible support.
HISTORY:
Linux Driver Driver
Version Version Date Support/Notes
0.0 3 May 1992 V2.0 BIOS; 1800 chip
0.97 1.9 28 Jul 1992
0.98.6 3.1 27 Nov 1992
0.99 3.2 9 Dec 1992
0.99.3 3.3 10 Jan 1993 V3.0 BIOS
0.99.5 3.5 18 Feb 1993
0.99.10 3.6 15 May 1993 V3.2 BIOS; 18C50 chip
0.99.11 3.17 3 Jul 1993 (now under RCS)
0.99.12 3.18 13 Aug 1993
0.99.14 5.6 31 Oct 1993 (reselection code removed)
0.99.15 5.9 23 Jan 1994 V3.4 BIOS (preliminary)
1.0.8/1.1.1 5.15 1 Apr 1994 V3.4 BIOS; 18C30 chip (preliminary)
1.0.9/1.1.3 5.16 7 Apr 1994 V3.4 BIOS; 18C30 chip
1.1.38 5.18 30 Jul 1994 36C70 chip (PCI version of 18C30)
1.1.62 5.20 2 Nov 1994 V3.5 BIOS
1.1.73 5.22 7 Dec 1994 Quantum ISA-200S board; V2.0 BIOS
1.1.82 5.26 14 Jan 1995 V3.5 BIOS; TMC-1610M/MER/MEX board
1.2.10 5.28 5 Jun 1995 Quantum ISA-250MG board; V2.0, V2.01 BIOS
1.3.4 5.31 23 Jun 1995 PCI BIOS-32 detection (preliminary)
1.3.7 5.33 4 Jul 1995 PCI BIOS-32 detection
1.3.28 5.36 17 Sep 1995 V3.61 BIOS; LILO command-line support
1.3.34 5.39 12 Oct 1995 V3.60 BIOS; /proc
1.3.72 5.39 8 Feb 1996 Adaptec AHA-2920 board
1.3.85 5.41 4 Apr 1996
2.0.12 5.44 8 Aug 1996 Use ID 7 for all PCI cards
2.1.1 5.45 2 Oct 1996 Update ROM accesses for 2.1.x
2.1.97 5.46 23 Apr 1998 Rewritten PCI detection routines [mj]
2.1.11x 5.47 9 Aug 1998 Touched for 8 SCSI disk majors support
5.48 18 Nov 1998 BIOS no longer needed for PCI detection
2.2.0 5.50 28 Dec 1998 Support insmod parameters
REFERENCES USED:
"TMC-1800 SCSI Chip Specification (FDC-1800T)", Future Domain Corporation,
1990.
"Technical Reference Manual: 18C50 SCSI Host Adapter Chip", Future Domain
Corporation, January 1992.
"LXT SCSI Products: Specifications and OEM Technical Manual (Revision
B/September 1991)", Maxtor Corporation, 1991.
"7213S product Manual (Revision P3)", Maxtor Corporation, 1992.
"Draft Proposed American National Standard: Small Computer System
Interface - 2 (SCSI-2)", Global Engineering Documents. (X3T9.2/86-109,
revision 10h, October 17, 1991)
Private communications, Drew Eckhardt (drew@cs.colorado.edu) and Eric
Youngdale (ericy@cais.com), 1992.
Private communication, Tuong Le (Future Domain Engineering department),
1994. (Disk geometry computations for Future Domain BIOS version 3.4, and
TMC-18C30 detection.)
Hogan, Thom. The Programmer's PC Sourcebook. Microsoft Press, 1988. Page
60 (2.39: Disk Partition Table Layout).
"18C30 Technical Reference Manual", Future Domain Corporation, 1993, page
6-1.
NOTES ON REFERENCES:
The Maxtor manuals were free. Maxtor telephone technical support is
great!
The Future Domain manuals were $25 and $35. They document the chip, not
the TMC-16x0 boards, so some information I had to guess at. In 1992,
Future Domain sold DOS BIOS source for $250 and the UN*X driver source was
$750, but these required a non-disclosure agreement, so even if I could
have afforded them, they would *not* have been useful for writing this
publicly distributable driver. Future Domain technical support has
provided some information on the phone and have sent a few useful FAXs.
They have been much more helpful since they started to recognize that the
word "Linux" refers to an operating system :-).
ALPHA TESTERS:
There are many other alpha testers that come and go as the driver
develops. The people listed here were most helpful in times of greatest
need (mostly early on -- I've probably left out a few worthy people in
more recent times):
Todd Carrico (todd@wutc.wustl.edu), Dan Poirier (poirier@cs.unc.edu ), Ken
Corey (kenc@sol.acs.unt.edu), C. de Bruin (bruin@bruin@sterbbs.nl), Sakari
Aaltonen (sakaria@vipunen.hit.fi), John Rice (rice@xanth.cs.odu.edu), Brad
Yearwood (brad@optilink.com), and Ray Toy (toy@soho.crd.ge.com).
Special thanks to Tien-Wan Yang (twyang@cs.uh.edu), who graciously lent me
his 18C50-based card for debugging. He is the sole reason that this
driver works with the 18C50 chip.
Thanks to Dave Newman (dnewman@crl.com) for providing initial patches for
the version 3.4 BIOS.
Thanks to James T. McKinley (mckinley@msupa.pa.msu.edu) for providing
patches that support the TMC-3260, a PCI bus card with the 36C70 chip.
The 36C70 chip appears to be "completely compatible" with the 18C30 chip.
Thanks to Eric Kasten (tigger@petroglyph.cl.msu.edu) for providing the
patch for the version 3.5 BIOS.
Thanks for Stephen Henson (shenson@nyx10.cs.du.edu) for providing the
patch for the Quantum ISA-200S SCSI adapter.
Thanks to Adam Bowen for the signature to the 1610M/MER/MEX scsi cards, to
Martin Andrews (andrewm@ccfadm.eeg.ccf.org) for the signature to some
random TMC-1680 repackaged by IBM; and to Mintak Ng (mintak@panix.com) for
the version 3.61 BIOS signature.
Thanks for Mark Singer (elf@netcom.com) and Richard Simpson
(rsimpson@ewrcsdra.demon.co.uk) for more Quantum signatures and detective
work on the Quantum RAM layout.
Special thanks to James T. McKinley (mckinley@msupa.pa.msu.edu) for
providing patches for proper PCI BIOS32-mediated detection of the TMC-3260
card (a PCI bus card with the 36C70 chip). Please send James PCI-related
bug reports.
Thanks to Tom Cavin (tec@usa1.com) for preliminary command-line option
patches.
New PCI detection code written by Martin Mares <mj@atrey.karlin.mff.cuni.cz>
Insmod parameter code based on patches from Daniel Graham
<graham@balance.uoregon.edu>.
All of the alpha testers deserve much thanks.
NOTES ON USER DEFINABLE OPTIONS:
DEBUG: This turns on the printing of various debug information.
ENABLE_PARITY: This turns on SCSI parity checking. With the current
driver, all attached devices must support SCSI parity. If none of your
devices support parity, then you can probably get the driver to work by
turning this option off. I have no way of testing this, however, and it
would appear that no one ever uses this option.
FIFO_COUNT: The host adapter has an 8K cache (host adapters based on the
18C30 chip have a 2k cache). When this many 512 byte blocks are filled by
the SCSI device, an interrupt will be raised. Therefore, this could be as
low as 0, or as high as 16. Note, however, that values which are too high
or too low seem to prevent any interrupts from occurring, and thereby lock
up the machine. I have found that 2 is a good number, but throughput may
be increased by changing this value to values which are close to 2.
Please let me know if you try any different values.
RESELECTION: This is no longer an option, since I gave up trying to
implement it in version 4.x of this driver. It did not improve
performance at all and made the driver unstable (because I never found one
of the two race conditions which were introduced by the multiple
outstanding command code). The instability seems a very high price to pay
just so that you don't have to wait for the tape to rewind. If you want
this feature implemented, send me patches. I'll be happy to send a copy
of my (broken) driver to anyone who would like to see a copy.
**************************************************************************/
#include <linux/module.h>
#include <linux/init.h>
#include <linux/interrupt.h>
#include <linux/blkdev.h>
#include <linux/spinlock.h>
#include <linux/errno.h>
#include <linux/string.h>
#include <linux/ioport.h>
#include <linux/proc_fs.h>
#include <linux/pci.h>
#include <linux/stat.h>
#include <linux/delay.h>
#include <linux/io.h>
#include <linux/slab.h>
#include <scsi/scsicam.h>
#include <scsi/scsi.h>
#include <scsi/scsi_cmnd.h>
#include <scsi/scsi_device.h>
#include <scsi/scsi_host.h>
#include <scsi/scsi_ioctl.h>
#include "fdomain.h"
#ifndef PCMCIA
MODULE_AUTHOR("Rickard E. Faith");
MODULE_DESCRIPTION("Future domain SCSI driver");
MODULE_LICENSE("GPL");
#endif
#define VERSION "$Revision: 5.51 $"
/* START OF USER DEFINABLE OPTIONS */
#define DEBUG 0 /* Enable debugging output */
#define ENABLE_PARITY 1 /* Enable SCSI Parity */
#define FIFO_COUNT 2 /* Number of 512 byte blocks before INTR */
/* END OF USER DEFINABLE OPTIONS */
#if DEBUG
#define EVERY_ACCESS 0 /* Write a line on every scsi access */
#define ERRORS_ONLY 1 /* Only write a line if there is an error */
#define DEBUG_DETECT 0 /* Debug fdomain_16x0_detect() */
#define DEBUG_MESSAGES 1 /* Debug MESSAGE IN phase */
#define DEBUG_ABORT 1 /* Debug abort() routine */
#define DEBUG_RESET 1 /* Debug reset() routine */
#define DEBUG_RACE 1 /* Debug interrupt-driven race condition */
#else
#define EVERY_ACCESS 0 /* LEAVE THESE ALONE--CHANGE THE ONES ABOVE */
#define ERRORS_ONLY 0
#define DEBUG_DETECT 0
#define DEBUG_MESSAGES 0
#define DEBUG_ABORT 0
#define DEBUG_RESET 0
#define DEBUG_RACE 0
#endif
/* Errors are reported on the line, so we don't need to report them again */
#if EVERY_ACCESS
#undef ERRORS_ONLY
#define ERRORS_ONLY 0
#endif
#if ENABLE_PARITY
#define PARITY_MASK 0x08
#else
#define PARITY_MASK 0x00
#endif
enum chip_type {
unknown = 0x00,
tmc1800 = 0x01,
tmc18c50 = 0x02,
tmc18c30 = 0x03,
};
enum {
in_arbitration = 0x02,
in_selection = 0x04,
in_other = 0x08,
disconnect = 0x10,
aborted = 0x20,
sent_ident = 0x40,
};
enum in_port_type {
Read_SCSI_Data = 0,
SCSI_Status = 1,
TMC_Status = 2,
FIFO_Status = 3, /* tmc18c50/tmc18c30 only */
Interrupt_Cond = 4, /* tmc18c50/tmc18c30 only */
LSB_ID_Code = 5,
MSB_ID_Code = 6,
Read_Loopback = 7,
SCSI_Data_NoACK = 8,
Interrupt_Status = 9,
Configuration1 = 10,
Configuration2 = 11, /* tmc18c50/tmc18c30 only */
Read_FIFO = 12,
FIFO_Data_Count = 14
};
enum out_port_type {
Write_SCSI_Data = 0,
SCSI_Cntl = 1,
Interrupt_Cntl = 2,
SCSI_Mode_Cntl = 3,
TMC_Cntl = 4,
Memory_Cntl = 5, /* tmc18c50/tmc18c30 only */
Write_Loopback = 7,
IO_Control = 11, /* tmc18c30 only */
Write_FIFO = 12
};
/* .bss will zero all the static variables below */
static int port_base;
static unsigned long bios_base;
static void __iomem * bios_mem;
static int bios_major;
static int bios_minor;
static int PCI_bus;
#ifdef CONFIG_PCI
static struct pci_dev *PCI_dev;
#endif
static int Quantum; /* Quantum board variant */
static int interrupt_level;
static volatile int in_command;
static struct scsi_cmnd *current_SC;
static enum chip_type chip = unknown;
static int adapter_mask;
static int this_id;
static int setup_called;
#if DEBUG_RACE
static volatile int in_interrupt_flag;
#endif
static int FIFO_Size = 0x2000; /* 8k FIFO for
pre-tmc18c30 chips */
static irqreturn_t do_fdomain_16x0_intr( int irq, void *dev_id );
/* Allow insmod parameters to be like LILO parameters. For example:
insmod fdomain fdomain=0x140,11 */
static char * fdomain = NULL;
module_param(fdomain, charp, 0);
#ifndef PCMCIA
static unsigned long addresses[] = {
0xc8000,
0xca000,
0xce000,
0xde000,
0xcc000, /* Extra addresses for PCI boards */
0xd0000,
0xe0000,
};
#define ADDRESS_COUNT ARRAY_SIZE(addresses)
static unsigned short ports[] = { 0x140, 0x150, 0x160, 0x170 };
#define PORT_COUNT ARRAY_SIZE(ports)
static unsigned short ints[] = { 3, 5, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 0 };
#endif /* !PCMCIA */
/*
READ THIS BEFORE YOU ADD A SIGNATURE!
READING THIS SHORT NOTE CAN SAVE YOU LOTS OF TIME!
READ EVERY WORD, ESPECIALLY THE WORD *NOT*
This driver works *ONLY* for Future Domain cards using the TMC-1800,
TMC-18C50, or TMC-18C30 chip. This includes models TMC-1650, 1660, 1670,
and 1680. These are all 16-bit cards.
The following BIOS signature signatures are for boards which do *NOT*
work with this driver (these TMC-8xx and TMC-9xx boards may work with the
Seagate driver):
FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. (C) 1986-1988 V4.0I 03/16/88
FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. (C) 1986-1989 V5.0C2/14/89
FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. (C) 1986-1989 V6.0A7/28/89
FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. (C) 1986-1990 V6.0105/31/90
FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. (C) 1986-1990 V6.0209/18/90
FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. (C) 1986-1990 V7.009/18/90
FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. (C) 1992 V8.00.004/02/92
(The cards which do *NOT* work are all 8-bit cards -- although some of
them have a 16-bit form-factor, the upper 8-bits are used only for IRQs
and are *NOT* used for data. You can tell the difference by following
the tracings on the circuit board -- if only the IRQ lines are involved,
you have a "8-bit" card, and should *NOT* use this driver.)
*/
#ifndef PCMCIA
static struct signature {
const char *signature;
int sig_offset;
int sig_length;
int major_bios_version;
int minor_bios_version;
int flag; /* 1 == PCI_bus, 2 == ISA_200S, 3 == ISA_250MG, 4 == ISA_200S */
} signatures[] = {
/* 1 2 3 4 5 6 */
/* 123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890 */
{ "FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. (C) 1986-1990 1800-V2.07/28/89", 5, 50, 2, 0, 0 },
{ "FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. (C) 1986-1990 1800-V1.07/28/89", 5, 50, 2, 0, 0 },
{ "FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. (C) 1986-1990 1800-V2.07/28/89", 72, 50, 2, 0, 2 },
{ "FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. (C) 1986-1990 1800-V2.0", 73, 43, 2, 0, 3 },
{ "FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. (C) 1991 1800-V2.0.", 72, 39, 2, 0, 4 },
{ "FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. (C) 1992 V3.00.004/02/92", 5, 44, 3, 0, 0 },
{ "FUTURE DOMAIN TMC-18XX (C) 1993 V3.203/12/93", 5, 44, 3, 2, 0 },
{ "IBM F1 P2 BIOS v1.0104/29/93", 5, 28, 3, -1, 0 },
{ "Future Domain Corp. V1.0008/18/93", 5, 33, 3, 4, 0 },
{ "Future Domain Corp. V1.0008/18/93", 26, 33, 3, 4, 1 },
{ "Adaptec AHA-2920 PCI-SCSI Card", 42, 31, 3, -1, 1 },
{ "IBM F1 P264/32", 5, 14, 3, -1, 1 },
/* This next signature may not be a 3.5 bios */
{ "Future Domain Corp. V2.0108/18/93", 5, 33, 3, 5, 0 },
{ "FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. V3.5008/18/93", 5, 34, 3, 5, 0 },
{ "FUTURE DOMAIN 18c30/18c50/1800 (C) 1994 V3.5", 5, 44, 3, 5, 0 },
{ "FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. V3.6008/18/93", 5, 34, 3, 6, 0 },
{ "FUTURE DOMAIN CORP. V3.6108/18/93", 5, 34, 3, 6, 0 },
{ "FUTURE DOMAIN TMC-18XX", 5, 22, -1, -1, 0 },
/* READ NOTICE ABOVE *BEFORE* YOU WASTE YOUR TIME ADDING A SIGNATURE
Also, fix the disk geometry code for your signature and send your
changes for faith@cs.unc.edu. Above all, do *NOT* change any old
signatures!
Note that the last line will match a "generic" 18XX bios. Because
Future Domain has changed the host SCSI ID and/or the location of the
geometry information in the on-board RAM area for each of the first
three BIOS's, it is still important to enter a fully qualified
signature in the table for any new BIOS's (after the host SCSI ID and
geometry location are verified). */
};
#define SIGNATURE_COUNT ARRAY_SIZE(signatures)
#endif /* !PCMCIA */
static void print_banner( struct Scsi_Host *shpnt )
{
if (!shpnt) return; /* This won't ever happen */
if (bios_major < 0 && bios_minor < 0) {
printk(KERN_INFO "scsi%d: <fdomain> No BIOS; using scsi id %d\n",
shpnt->host_no, shpnt->this_id);
} else {
printk(KERN_INFO "scsi%d: <fdomain> BIOS version ", shpnt->host_no);
if (bios_major >= 0) printk("%d.", bios_major);
else printk("?.");
if (bios_minor >= 0) printk("%d", bios_minor);
else printk("?.");
printk( " at 0x%lx using scsi id %d\n",
bios_base, shpnt->this_id );
}
/* If this driver works for later FD PCI
boards, we will have to modify banner
for additional PCI cards, but for now if
it's PCI it's a TMC-3260 - JTM */
printk(KERN_INFO "scsi%d: <fdomain> %s chip at 0x%x irq ",
shpnt->host_no,
chip == tmc1800 ? "TMC-1800" : (chip == tmc18c50 ? "TMC-18C50" : (chip == tmc18c30 ? (PCI_bus ? "TMC-36C70 (PCI bus)" : "TMC-18C30") : "Unknown")),
port_base);
if (interrupt_level)
printk("%d", interrupt_level);
else
printk("<none>");
printk( "\n" );
}
int fdomain_setup(char *str)
{
int ints[4];
(void)get_options(str, ARRAY_SIZE(ints), ints);
if (setup_called++ || ints[0] < 2 || ints[0] > 3) {
printk(KERN_INFO "scsi: <fdomain> Usage: fdomain=<PORT_BASE>,<IRQ>[,<ADAPTER_ID>]\n");
printk(KERN_ERR "scsi: <fdomain> Bad LILO/INSMOD parameters?\n");
return 0;
}
port_base = ints[0] >= 1 ? ints[1] : 0;
interrupt_level = ints[0] >= 2 ? ints[2] : 0;
this_id = ints[0] >= 3 ? ints[3] : 0;
bios_major = bios_minor = -1; /* Use geometry for BIOS version >= 3.4 */
++setup_called;
return 1;
}
__setup("fdomain=", fdomain_setup);
static void do_pause(unsigned amount) /* Pause for amount*10 milliseconds */
{
mdelay(10*amount);
}
static inline void fdomain_make_bus_idle( void )
{
outb(0, port_base + SCSI_Cntl);
outb(0, port_base + SCSI_Mode_Cntl);
if (chip == tmc18c50 || chip == tmc18c30)
outb(0x21 | PARITY_MASK, port_base + TMC_Cntl); /* Clear forced intr. */
else
outb(0x01 | PARITY_MASK, port_base + TMC_Cntl);
}
static int fdomain_is_valid_port( int port )
{
#if DEBUG_DETECT
printk( " (%x%x),",
inb( port + MSB_ID_Code ), inb( port + LSB_ID_Code ) );
#endif
/* The MCA ID is a unique id for each MCA compatible board. We
are using ISA boards, but Future Domain provides the MCA ID
anyway. We can use this ID to ensure that this is a Future
Domain TMC-1660/TMC-1680.
*/
if (inb( port + LSB_ID_Code ) != 0xe9) { /* test for 0x6127 id */
if (inb( port + LSB_ID_Code ) != 0x27) return 0;
if (inb( port + MSB_ID_Code ) != 0x61) return 0;
chip = tmc1800;
} else { /* test for 0xe960 id */
if (inb( port + MSB_ID_Code ) != 0x60) return 0;
chip = tmc18c50;
/* Try to toggle 32-bit mode. This only
works on an 18c30 chip. (User reports
say this works, so we should switch to
it in the near future.) */
outb( 0x80, port + IO_Control );
if ((inb( port + Configuration2 ) & 0x80) == 0x80) {
outb( 0x00, port + IO_Control );
if ((inb( port + Configuration2 ) & 0x80) == 0x00) {
chip = tmc18c30;
FIFO_Size = 0x800; /* 2k FIFO */
}
}
/* If that failed, we are an 18c50. */
}
return 1;
}
static int fdomain_test_loopback( void )
{
int i;
int result;
for (i = 0; i < 255; i++) {
outb( i, port_base + Write_Loopback );
result = inb( port_base + Read_Loopback );
if (i != result)
return 1;
}
return 0;
}
#ifndef PCMCIA
/* fdomain_get_irq assumes that we have a valid MCA ID for a
TMC-1660/TMC-1680 Future Domain board. Now, check to be sure the
bios_base matches these ports. If someone was unlucky enough to have
purchased more than one Future Domain board, then they will have to
modify this code, as we only detect one board here. [The one with the
lowest bios_base.]
Note that this routine is only used for systems without a PCI BIOS32
(e.g., ISA bus). For PCI bus systems, this routine will likely fail
unless one of the IRQs listed in the ints array is used by the board.
Sometimes it is possible to use the computer's BIOS setup screen to
configure a PCI system so that one of these IRQs will be used by the
Future Domain card. */
static int fdomain_get_irq( int base )
{
int options = inb(base + Configuration1);
#if DEBUG_DETECT
printk("scsi: <fdomain> Options = %x\n", options);
#endif
/* Check for board with lowest bios_base --
this isn't valid for the 18c30 or for
boards on the PCI bus, so just assume we
have the right board. */
if (chip != tmc18c30 && !PCI_bus && addresses[(options & 0xc0) >> 6 ] != bios_base)
return 0;
return ints[(options & 0x0e) >> 1];
}
static int fdomain_isa_detect( int *irq, int *iobase )
{
int i, j;
int base = 0xdeadbeef;
int flag = 0;
#if DEBUG_DETECT
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> fdomain_isa_detect:" );
#endif
for (i = 0; i < ADDRESS_COUNT; i++) {
void __iomem *p = ioremap(addresses[i], 0x2000);
if (!p)
continue;
#if DEBUG_DETECT
printk( " %lx(%lx),", addresses[i], bios_base );
#endif
for (j = 0; j < SIGNATURE_COUNT; j++) {
if (check_signature(p + signatures[j].sig_offset,
signatures[j].signature,
signatures[j].sig_length )) {
bios_major = signatures[j].major_bios_version;
bios_minor = signatures[j].minor_bios_version;
PCI_bus = (signatures[j].flag == 1);
Quantum = (signatures[j].flag > 1) ? signatures[j].flag : 0;
bios_base = addresses[i];
bios_mem = p;
goto found;
}
}
iounmap(p);
}
found:
if (bios_major == 2) {
/* The TMC-1660/TMC-1680 has a RAM area just after the BIOS ROM.
Assuming the ROM is enabled (otherwise we wouldn't have been
able to read the ROM signature :-), then the ROM sets up the
RAM area with some magic numbers, such as a list of port
base addresses and a list of the disk "geometry" reported to
DOS (this geometry has nothing to do with physical geometry).
*/
switch (Quantum) {
case 2: /* ISA_200S */
case 3: /* ISA_250MG */
base = readb(bios_mem + 0x1fa2) + (readb(bios_mem + 0x1fa3) << 8);
break;
case 4: /* ISA_200S (another one) */
base = readb(bios_mem + 0x1fa3) + (readb(bios_mem + 0x1fa4) << 8);
break;
default:
base = readb(bios_mem + 0x1fcc) + (readb(bios_mem + 0x1fcd) << 8);
break;
}
#if DEBUG_DETECT
printk( " %x,", base );
#endif
for (i = 0; i < PORT_COUNT; i++) {
if (base == ports[i]) {
if (!request_region(base, 0x10, "fdomain"))
break;
if (!fdomain_is_valid_port(base)) {
release_region(base, 0x10);
break;
}
*irq = fdomain_get_irq( base );
*iobase = base;
return 1;
}
}
/* This is a bad sign. It usually means that someone patched the
BIOS signature list (the signatures variable) to contain a BIOS
signature for a board *OTHER THAN* the TMC-1660/TMC-1680. */
#if DEBUG_DETECT
printk( " RAM FAILED, " );
#endif
}
/* Anyway, the alternative to finding the address in the RAM is to just
search through every possible port address for one that is attached
to the Future Domain card. Don't panic, though, about reading all
these random port addresses -- there are rumors that the Future
Domain BIOS does something very similar.
Do not, however, check ports which the kernel knows are being used by
another driver. */
for (i = 0; i < PORT_COUNT; i++) {
base = ports[i];
if (!request_region(base, 0x10, "fdomain")) {
#if DEBUG_DETECT
printk( " (%x inuse),", base );
#endif
continue;
}
#if DEBUG_DETECT
printk( " %x,", base );
#endif
flag = fdomain_is_valid_port(base);
if (flag)
break;
release_region(base, 0x10);
}
#if DEBUG_DETECT
if (flag) printk( " SUCCESS\n" );
else printk( " FAILURE\n" );
#endif
if (!flag) return 0; /* iobase not found */
*irq = fdomain_get_irq( base );
*iobase = base;
return 1; /* success */
}
#else /* PCMCIA */
static int fdomain_isa_detect( int *irq, int *iobase )
{
if (irq)
*irq = 0;
if (iobase)
*iobase = 0;
return 0;
}
#endif /* !PCMCIA */
/* PCI detection function: int fdomain_pci_bios_detect(int* irq, int*
iobase) This function gets the Interrupt Level and I/O base address from
the PCI configuration registers. */
#ifdef CONFIG_PCI
static int fdomain_pci_bios_detect( int *irq, int *iobase, struct pci_dev **ret_pdev )
{
unsigned int pci_irq; /* PCI interrupt line */
unsigned long pci_base; /* PCI I/O base address */
struct pci_dev *pdev = NULL;
#if DEBUG_DETECT
/* Tell how to print a list of the known PCI devices from bios32 and
list vendor and device IDs being used if in debug mode. */
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> INFO: use lspci -v to see list of PCI devices\n" );
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> TMC-3260 detect:"
" Using Vendor ID: 0x%x and Device ID: 0x%x\n",
PCI_VENDOR_ID_FD,
PCI_DEVICE_ID_FD_36C70 );
#endif
if ((pdev = pci_get_device(PCI_VENDOR_ID_FD, PCI_DEVICE_ID_FD_36C70, pdev)) == NULL)
return 0;
if (pci_enable_device(pdev))
goto fail;
#if DEBUG_DETECT
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> TMC-3260 detect:"
" PCI bus %u, device %u, function %u\n",
pdev->bus->number,
PCI_SLOT(pdev->devfn),
PCI_FUNC(pdev->devfn));
#endif
/* We now have the appropriate device function for the FD board so we
just read the PCI config info from the registers. */
pci_base = pci_resource_start(pdev, 0);
pci_irq = pdev->irq;
if (!request_region( pci_base, 0x10, "fdomain" ))
goto fail;
/* Now we have the I/O base address and interrupt from the PCI
configuration registers. */
*irq = pci_irq;
*iobase = pci_base;
*ret_pdev = pdev;
#if DEBUG_DETECT
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> TMC-3260 detect:"
" IRQ = %d, I/O base = 0x%x [0x%lx]\n", *irq, *iobase, pci_base );
#endif
if (!fdomain_is_valid_port(pci_base)) {
printk(KERN_ERR "scsi: <fdomain> PCI card detected, but driver not loaded (invalid port)\n" );
release_region(pci_base, 0x10);
goto fail;
}
/* Fill in a few global variables. Ugh. */
bios_major = bios_minor = -1;
PCI_bus = 1;
PCI_dev = pdev;
Quantum = 0;
bios_base = 0;
return 1;
fail:
pci_dev_put(pdev);
return 0;
}
#endif
struct Scsi_Host *__fdomain_16x0_detect(struct scsi_host_template *tpnt )
{
int retcode;
struct Scsi_Host *shpnt;
struct pci_dev *pdev = NULL;
if (setup_called) {
#if DEBUG_DETECT
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> No BIOS, using port_base = 0x%x, irq = %d\n",
port_base, interrupt_level );
#endif
if (!request_region(port_base, 0x10, "fdomain")) {
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> port 0x%x is busy\n", port_base );
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> Bad LILO/INSMOD parameters?\n" );
return NULL;
}
if (!fdomain_is_valid_port( port_base )) {
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> Cannot locate chip at port base 0x%x\n",
port_base );
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> Bad LILO/INSMOD parameters?\n" );
release_region(port_base, 0x10);
return NULL;
}
} else {
int flag = 0;
#ifdef CONFIG_PCI
/* Try PCI detection first */
flag = fdomain_pci_bios_detect( &interrupt_level, &port_base, &pdev );
#endif
if (!flag) {
/* Then try ISA bus detection */
flag = fdomain_isa_detect( &interrupt_level, &port_base );
if (!flag) {
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> Detection failed (no card)\n" );
return NULL;
}
}
}
fdomain_16x0_bus_reset(NULL);
if (fdomain_test_loopback()) {
printk(KERN_ERR "scsi: <fdomain> Detection failed (loopback test failed at port base 0x%x)\n", port_base);
if (setup_called) {
printk(KERN_ERR "scsi: <fdomain> Bad LILO/INSMOD parameters?\n");
}
goto fail;
}
if (this_id) {
tpnt->this_id = (this_id & 0x07);
adapter_mask = (1 << tpnt->this_id);
} else {
if (PCI_bus || (bios_major == 3 && bios_minor >= 2) || bios_major < 0) {
tpnt->this_id = 7;
adapter_mask = 0x80;
} else {
tpnt->this_id = 6;
adapter_mask = 0x40;
}
}
/* Print out a banner here in case we can't
get resources. */
shpnt = scsi_register( tpnt, 0 );
if(shpnt == NULL) {
release_region(port_base, 0x10);
return NULL;
}
shpnt->irq = interrupt_level;
shpnt->io_port = port_base;
shpnt->n_io_port = 0x10;
print_banner( shpnt );
/* Log IRQ with kernel */
if (!interrupt_level) {
printk(KERN_ERR "scsi: <fdomain> Card Detected, but driver not loaded (no IRQ)\n" );
goto fail;
} else {
/* Register the IRQ with the kernel */
retcode = request_irq( interrupt_level,
do_fdomain_16x0_intr, pdev?IRQF_SHARED:0, "fdomain", shpnt);
if (retcode < 0) {
if (retcode == -EINVAL) {
printk(KERN_ERR "scsi: <fdomain> IRQ %d is bad!\n", interrupt_level );
printk(KERN_ERR " This shouldn't happen!\n" );
printk(KERN_ERR " Send mail to faith@acm.org\n" );
} else if (retcode == -EBUSY) {
printk(KERN_ERR "scsi: <fdomain> IRQ %d is already in use!\n", interrupt_level );
printk(KERN_ERR " Please use another IRQ!\n" );
} else {
printk(KERN_ERR "scsi: <fdomain> Error getting IRQ %d\n", interrupt_level );
printk(KERN_ERR " This shouldn't happen!\n" );
printk(KERN_ERR " Send mail to faith@acm.org\n" );
}
printk(KERN_ERR "scsi: <fdomain> Detected, but driver not loaded (IRQ)\n" );
goto fail;
}
}
return shpnt;
fail:
pci_dev_put(pdev);
release_region(port_base, 0x10);
return NULL;
}
static int fdomain_16x0_detect(struct scsi_host_template *tpnt)
{
if (fdomain)
fdomain_setup(fdomain);
return (__fdomain_16x0_detect(tpnt) != NULL);
}
static const char *fdomain_16x0_info( struct Scsi_Host *ignore )
{
static char buffer[128];
char *pt;
strcpy( buffer, "Future Domain 16-bit SCSI Driver Version" );
if (strchr( VERSION, ':')) { /* Assume VERSION is an RCS Revision string */
strcat( buffer, strchr( VERSION, ':' ) + 1 );
pt = strrchr( buffer, '$') - 1;
if (!pt) /* Stripped RCS Revision string? */
pt = buffer + strlen( buffer ) - 1;
if (*pt != ' ')
++pt;
*pt = '\0';
} else { /* Assume VERSION is a number */
strcat( buffer, " " VERSION );
}
return buffer;
}
#if 0
static int fdomain_arbitrate( void )
{
int status = 0;
unsigned long timeout;
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( "fdomain_arbitrate()\n" );
#endif
outb(0x00, port_base + SCSI_Cntl); /* Disable data drivers */
outb(adapter_mask, port_base + SCSI_Data_NoACK); /* Set our id bit */
outb(0x04 | PARITY_MASK, port_base + TMC_Cntl); /* Start arbitration */
timeout = 500;
do {
status = inb(port_base + TMC_Status); /* Read adapter status */
if (status & 0x02) /* Arbitration complete */
return 0;
mdelay(1); /* Wait one millisecond */
} while (--timeout);
/* Make bus idle */
fdomain_make_bus_idle();
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( "Arbitration failed, status = %x\n", status );
#endif
#if ERRORS_ONLY
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> Arbitration failed, status = %x\n", status );
#endif
return 1;
}
#endif
static int fdomain_select( int target )
{
int status;
unsigned long timeout;
#if ERRORS_ONLY
static int flag = 0;
#endif
outb(0x82, port_base + SCSI_Cntl); /* Bus Enable + Select */
outb(adapter_mask | (1 << target), port_base + SCSI_Data_NoACK);
/* Stop arbitration and enable parity */
outb(PARITY_MASK, port_base + TMC_Cntl);
timeout = 350; /* 350 msec */
do {
status = inb(port_base + SCSI_Status); /* Read adapter status */
if (status & 1) { /* Busy asserted */
/* Enable SCSI Bus (on error, should make bus idle with 0) */
outb(0x80, port_base + SCSI_Cntl);
return 0;
}
mdelay(1); /* wait one msec */
} while (--timeout);
/* Make bus idle */
fdomain_make_bus_idle();
#if EVERY_ACCESS
if (!target) printk( "Selection failed\n" );
#endif
#if ERRORS_ONLY
if (!target) {
if (!flag) /* Skip first failure for all chips. */
++flag;
else
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> Selection failed\n" );
}
#endif
return 1;
}
static void my_done(int error)
{
if (in_command) {
in_command = 0;
outb(0x00, port_base + Interrupt_Cntl);
fdomain_make_bus_idle();
current_SC->result = error;
if (current_SC->scsi_done)
current_SC->scsi_done( current_SC );
else panic( "scsi: <fdomain> current_SC->scsi_done() == NULL" );
} else {
panic( "scsi: <fdomain> my_done() called outside of command\n" );
}
#if DEBUG_RACE
in_interrupt_flag = 0;
#endif
}
static irqreturn_t do_fdomain_16x0_intr(int irq, void *dev_id)
{
unsigned long flags;
int status;
int done = 0;
unsigned data_count;
/* The fdomain_16x0_intr is only called via
the interrupt handler. The goal of the
sti() here is to allow other
interruptions while this routine is
running. */
/* Check for other IRQ sources */
if ((inb(port_base + TMC_Status) & 0x01) == 0)
return IRQ_NONE;
/* It is our IRQ */
outb(0x00, port_base + Interrupt_Cntl);
/* We usually have one spurious interrupt after each command. Ignore it. */
if (!in_command || !current_SC) { /* Spurious interrupt */
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( "Spurious interrupt, in_command = %d, current_SC = %x\n",
in_command, current_SC );
#endif
return IRQ_NONE;
}
/* Abort calls my_done, so we do nothing here. */
if (current_SC->SCp.phase & aborted) {
#if DEBUG_ABORT
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> Interrupt after abort, ignoring\n" );
#endif
/*
return IRQ_HANDLED; */
}
#if DEBUG_RACE
++in_interrupt_flag;
#endif
if (current_SC->SCp.phase & in_arbitration) {
status = inb(port_base + TMC_Status); /* Read adapter status */
if (!(status & 0x02)) {
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( " AFAIL " );
#endif
spin_lock_irqsave(current_SC->device->host->host_lock, flags);
my_done( DID_BUS_BUSY << 16 );
spin_unlock_irqrestore(current_SC->device->host->host_lock, flags);
return IRQ_HANDLED;
}
current_SC->SCp.phase = in_selection;
outb(0x40 | FIFO_COUNT, port_base + Interrupt_Cntl);
outb(0x82, port_base + SCSI_Cntl); /* Bus Enable + Select */
outb(adapter_mask | (1 << scmd_id(current_SC)), port_base + SCSI_Data_NoACK);
/* Stop arbitration and enable parity */
outb(0x10 | PARITY_MASK, port_base + TMC_Cntl);
#if DEBUG_RACE
in_interrupt_flag = 0;
#endif
return IRQ_HANDLED;
} else if (current_SC->SCp.phase & in_selection) {
status = inb(port_base + SCSI_Status);
if (!(status & 0x01)) {
/* Try again, for slow devices */
if (fdomain_select( scmd_id(current_SC) )) {
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( " SFAIL " );
#endif
spin_lock_irqsave(current_SC->device->host->host_lock, flags);
my_done( DID_NO_CONNECT << 16 );
spin_unlock_irqrestore(current_SC->device->host->host_lock, flags);
return IRQ_HANDLED;
} else {
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( " AltSel " );
#endif
/* Stop arbitration and enable parity */
outb(0x10 | PARITY_MASK, port_base + TMC_Cntl);
}
}
current_SC->SCp.phase = in_other;
outb(0x90 | FIFO_COUNT, port_base + Interrupt_Cntl);
outb(0x80, port_base + SCSI_Cntl);
#if DEBUG_RACE
in_interrupt_flag = 0;
#endif
return IRQ_HANDLED;
}
/* current_SC->SCp.phase == in_other: this is the body of the routine */
status = inb(port_base + SCSI_Status);
if (status & 0x10) { /* REQ */
switch (status & 0x0e) {
case 0x08: /* COMMAND OUT */
outb(current_SC->cmnd[current_SC->SCp.sent_command++],
port_base + Write_SCSI_Data);
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( "CMD = %x,",
current_SC->cmnd[ current_SC->SCp.sent_command - 1] );
#endif
break;
case 0x00: /* DATA OUT -- tmc18c50/tmc18c30 only */
if (chip != tmc1800 && !current_SC->SCp.have_data_in) {
current_SC->SCp.have_data_in = -1;
outb(0xd0 | PARITY_MASK, port_base + TMC_Cntl);
}
break;
case 0x04: /* DATA IN -- tmc18c50/tmc18c30 only */
if (chip != tmc1800 && !current_SC->SCp.have_data_in) {
current_SC->SCp.have_data_in = 1;
outb(0x90 | PARITY_MASK, port_base + TMC_Cntl);
}
break;
case 0x0c: /* STATUS IN */
current_SC->SCp.Status = inb(port_base + Read_SCSI_Data);
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( "Status = %x, ", current_SC->SCp.Status );
#endif
#if ERRORS_ONLY
if (current_SC->SCp.Status
&& current_SC->SCp.Status != 2
&& current_SC->SCp.Status != 8) {
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> target = %d, command = %x, status = %x\n",
current_SC->device->id,
current_SC->cmnd[0],
current_SC->SCp.Status );
}
#endif
break;
case 0x0a: /* MESSAGE OUT */
outb(MESSAGE_REJECT, port_base + Write_SCSI_Data); /* Reject */
break;
case 0x0e: /* MESSAGE IN */
current_SC->SCp.Message = inb(port_base + Read_SCSI_Data);
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( "Message = %x, ", current_SC->SCp.Message );
#endif
if (!current_SC->SCp.Message) ++done;
#if DEBUG_MESSAGES || EVERY_ACCESS
if (current_SC->SCp.Message) {
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> message = %x\n",
current_SC->SCp.Message );
}
#endif
break;
}
}
if (chip == tmc1800 && !current_SC->SCp.have_data_in
&& (current_SC->SCp.sent_command >= current_SC->cmd_len)) {
if(current_SC->sc_data_direction == DMA_TO_DEVICE)
{
current_SC->SCp.have_data_in = -1;
outb(0xd0 | PARITY_MASK, port_base + TMC_Cntl);
}
else
{
current_SC->SCp.have_data_in = 1;
outb(0x90 | PARITY_MASK, port_base + TMC_Cntl);
}
}
if (current_SC->SCp.have_data_in == -1) { /* DATA OUT */
while ((data_count = FIFO_Size - inw(port_base + FIFO_Data_Count)) > 512) {
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( "DC=%d, ", data_count ) ;
#endif
if (data_count > current_SC->SCp.this_residual)
data_count = current_SC->SCp.this_residual;
if (data_count > 0) {
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( "%d OUT, ", data_count );
#endif
if (data_count == 1) {
outb(*current_SC->SCp.ptr++, port_base + Write_FIFO);
--current_SC->SCp.this_residual;
} else {
data_count >>= 1;
outsw(port_base + Write_FIFO, current_SC->SCp.ptr, data_count);
current_SC->SCp.ptr += 2 * data_count;
current_SC->SCp.this_residual -= 2 * data_count;
}
}
if (!current_SC->SCp.this_residual) {
if (current_SC->SCp.buffers_residual) {
--current_SC->SCp.buffers_residual;
++current_SC->SCp.buffer;
current_SC->SCp.ptr = sg_virt(current_SC->SCp.buffer);
current_SC->SCp.this_residual = current_SC->SCp.buffer->length;
} else
break;
}
}
}
if (current_SC->SCp.have_data_in == 1) { /* DATA IN */
while ((data_count = inw(port_base + FIFO_Data_Count)) > 0) {
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( "DC=%d, ", data_count );
#endif
if (data_count > current_SC->SCp.this_residual)
data_count = current_SC->SCp.this_residual;
if (data_count) {
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( "%d IN, ", data_count );
#endif
if (data_count == 1) {
*current_SC->SCp.ptr++ = inb(port_base + Read_FIFO);
--current_SC->SCp.this_residual;
} else {
data_count >>= 1; /* Number of words */
insw(port_base + Read_FIFO, current_SC->SCp.ptr, data_count);
current_SC->SCp.ptr += 2 * data_count;
current_SC->SCp.this_residual -= 2 * data_count;
}
}
if (!current_SC->SCp.this_residual
&& current_SC->SCp.buffers_residual) {
--current_SC->SCp.buffers_residual;
++current_SC->SCp.buffer;
current_SC->SCp.ptr = sg_virt(current_SC->SCp.buffer);
current_SC->SCp.this_residual = current_SC->SCp.buffer->length;
}
}
}
if (done) {
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( " ** IN DONE %d ** ", current_SC->SCp.have_data_in );
#endif
#if ERRORS_ONLY
if (current_SC->cmnd[0] == REQUEST_SENSE && !current_SC->SCp.Status) {
char *buf = scsi_sglist(current_SC);
if ((unsigned char)(*(buf + 2)) & 0x0f) {
unsigned char key;
unsigned char code;
unsigned char qualifier;
key = (unsigned char)(*(buf + 2)) & 0x0f;
code = (unsigned char)(*(buf + 12));
qualifier = (unsigned char)(*(buf + 13));
if (key != UNIT_ATTENTION
&& !(key == NOT_READY
&& code == 0x04
&& (!qualifier || qualifier == 0x02 || qualifier == 0x01))
&& !(key == ILLEGAL_REQUEST && (code == 0x25
|| code == 0x24
|| !code)))
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> REQUEST SENSE"
" Key = %x, Code = %x, Qualifier = %x\n",
key, code, qualifier );
}
}
#endif
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( "BEFORE MY_DONE. . ." );
#endif
spin_lock_irqsave(current_SC->device->host->host_lock, flags);
my_done( (current_SC->SCp.Status & 0xff)
| ((current_SC->SCp.Message & 0xff) << 8) | (DID_OK << 16) );
spin_unlock_irqrestore(current_SC->device->host->host_lock, flags);
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( "RETURNING.\n" );
#endif
} else {
if (current_SC->SCp.phase & disconnect) {
outb(0xd0 | FIFO_COUNT, port_base + Interrupt_Cntl);
outb(0x00, port_base + SCSI_Cntl);
} else {
outb(0x90 | FIFO_COUNT, port_base + Interrupt_Cntl);
}
}
#if DEBUG_RACE
in_interrupt_flag = 0;
#endif
return IRQ_HANDLED;
}
static int fdomain_16x0_queue_lck(struct scsi_cmnd *SCpnt,
void (*done)(struct scsi_cmnd *))
{
if (in_command) {
panic( "scsi: <fdomain> fdomain_16x0_queue() NOT REENTRANT!\n" );
}
#if EVERY_ACCESS
printk( "queue: target = %d cmnd = 0x%02x pieces = %d size = %u\n",
SCpnt->target,
*(unsigned char *)SCpnt->cmnd,
scsi_sg_count(SCpnt),
scsi_bufflen(SCpnt));
#endif
fdomain_make_bus_idle();
current_SC = SCpnt; /* Save this for the done function */
current_SC->scsi_done = done;
/* Initialize static data */
if (scsi_sg_count(current_SC)) {
current_SC->SCp.buffer = scsi_sglist(current_SC);
current_SC->SCp.ptr = sg_virt(current_SC->SCp.buffer);
current_SC->SCp.this_residual = current_SC->SCp.buffer->length;
current_SC->SCp.buffers_residual = scsi_sg_count(current_SC) - 1;
} else {
current_SC->SCp.ptr = NULL;
current_SC->SCp.this_residual = 0;
current_SC->SCp.buffer = NULL;
current_SC->SCp.buffers_residual = 0;
}
current_SC->SCp.Status = 0;
current_SC->SCp.Message = 0;
current_SC->SCp.have_data_in = 0;
current_SC->SCp.sent_command = 0;
current_SC->SCp.phase = in_arbitration;
/* Start arbitration */
outb(0x00, port_base + Interrupt_Cntl);
outb(0x00, port_base + SCSI_Cntl); /* Disable data drivers */
outb(adapter_mask, port_base + SCSI_Data_NoACK); /* Set our id bit */
++in_command;
outb(0x20, port_base + Interrupt_Cntl);
outb(0x14 | PARITY_MASK, port_base + TMC_Cntl); /* Start arbitration */
return 0;
}
static DEF_SCSI_QCMD(fdomain_16x0_queue)
#if DEBUG_ABORT
static void print_info(struct scsi_cmnd *SCpnt)
{
unsigned int imr;
unsigned int irr;
unsigned int isr;
if (!SCpnt || !SCpnt->device || !SCpnt->device->host) {
printk(KERN_WARNING "scsi: <fdomain> Cannot provide detailed information\n");
return;
}
printk(KERN_INFO "%s\n", fdomain_16x0_info( SCpnt->device->host ) );
print_banner(SCpnt->device->host);
switch (SCpnt->SCp.phase) {
case in_arbitration: printk("arbitration"); break;
case in_selection: printk("selection"); break;
case in_other: printk("other"); break;
default: printk("unknown"); break;
}
printk( " (%d), target = %d cmnd = 0x%02x pieces = %d size = %u\n",
SCpnt->SCp.phase,
SCpnt->device->id,
*(unsigned char *)SCpnt->cmnd,
scsi_sg_count(SCpnt),
scsi_bufflen(SCpnt));
printk( "sent_command = %d, have_data_in = %d, timeout = %d\n",
SCpnt->SCp.sent_command,
SCpnt->SCp.have_data_in,
SCpnt->timeout );
#if DEBUG_RACE
printk( "in_interrupt_flag = %d\n", in_interrupt_flag );
#endif
imr = (inb( 0x0a1 ) << 8) + inb( 0x21 );
outb( 0x0a, 0xa0 );
irr = inb( 0xa0 ) << 8;
outb( 0x0a, 0x20 );
irr += inb( 0x20 );
outb( 0x0b, 0xa0 );
isr = inb( 0xa0 ) << 8;
outb( 0x0b, 0x20 );
isr += inb( 0x20 );
/* Print out interesting information */
printk( "IMR = 0x%04x", imr );
if (imr & (1 << interrupt_level))
printk( " (masked)" );
printk( ", IRR = 0x%04x, ISR = 0x%04x\n", irr, isr );
printk( "SCSI Status = 0x%02x\n", inb(port_base + SCSI_Status));
printk( "TMC Status = 0x%02x", inb(port_base + TMC_Status));
if (inb((port_base + TMC_Status) & 1))
printk( " (interrupt)" );
printk( "\n" );
printk("Interrupt Status = 0x%02x", inb(port_base + Interrupt_Status));
if (inb(port_base + Interrupt_Status) & 0x08)
printk( " (enabled)" );
printk( "\n" );
if (chip == tmc18c50 || chip == tmc18c30) {
printk("FIFO Status = 0x%02x\n", inb(port_base + FIFO_Status));
printk( "Int. Condition = 0x%02x\n",
inb( port_base + Interrupt_Cond ) );
}
printk( "Configuration 1 = 0x%02x\n", inb( port_base + Configuration1 ) );
if (chip == tmc18c50 || chip == tmc18c30)
printk( "Configuration 2 = 0x%02x\n",
inb( port_base + Configuration2 ) );
}
#endif
static int fdomain_16x0_abort(struct scsi_cmnd *SCpnt)
{
#if EVERY_ACCESS || ERRORS_ONLY || DEBUG_ABORT
printk( "scsi: <fdomain> abort " );
#endif
if (!in_command) {
#if EVERY_ACCESS || ERRORS_ONLY
printk( " (not in command)\n" );
#endif
return FAILED;
} else printk( "\n" );
#if DEBUG_ABORT
print_info( SCpnt );
#endif
fdomain_make_bus_idle();
current_SC->SCp.phase |= aborted;
current_SC->result = DID_ABORT << 16;
/* Aborts are not done well. . . */
my_done(DID_ABORT << 16);
return SUCCESS;
}
int fdomain_16x0_bus_reset(struct scsi_cmnd *SCpnt)
{
unsigned long flags;
local_irq_save(flags);
outb(1, port_base + SCSI_Cntl);
do_pause( 2 );
outb(0, port_base + SCSI_Cntl);
do_pause( 115 );
outb(0, port_base + SCSI_Mode_Cntl);
outb(PARITY_MASK, port_base + TMC_Cntl);
local_irq_restore(flags);
return SUCCESS;
}
static int fdomain_16x0_biosparam(struct scsi_device *sdev,
struct block_device *bdev,
sector_t capacity, int *info_array)
{
int drive;
int size = capacity;
unsigned long offset;
struct drive_info {
unsigned short cylinders;
unsigned char heads;
unsigned char sectors;
} i;
/* NOTES:
The RAM area starts at 0x1f00 from the bios_base address.
For BIOS Version 2.0:
The drive parameter table seems to start at 0x1f30.
The first byte's purpose is not known.
Next is the cylinder, head, and sector information.
The last 4 bytes appear to be the drive's size in sectors.
The other bytes in the drive parameter table are unknown.
If anyone figures them out, please send me mail, and I will
update these notes.
Tape drives do not get placed in this table.
There is another table at 0x1fea:
If the byte is 0x01, then the SCSI ID is not in use.
If the byte is 0x18 or 0x48, then the SCSI ID is in use,
although tapes don't seem to be in this table. I haven't
seen any other numbers (in a limited sample).
0x1f2d is a drive count (i.e., not including tapes)
The table at 0x1fcc are I/O ports addresses for the various
operations. I calculate these by hand in this driver code.
For the ISA-200S version of BIOS Version 2.0:
The drive parameter table starts at 0x1f33.
WARNING: Assume that the table entry is 25 bytes long. Someone needs
to check this for the Quantum ISA-200S card.
For BIOS Version 3.2:
The drive parameter table starts at 0x1f70. Each entry is
0x0a bytes long. Heads are one less than we need to report.
*/
if (MAJOR(bdev->bd_dev) != SCSI_DISK0_MAJOR) {
printk("scsi: <fdomain> fdomain_16x0_biosparam: too many disks");
return 0;
}
drive = MINOR(bdev->bd_dev) >> 4;
if (bios_major == 2) {
switch (Quantum) {
case 2: /* ISA_200S */
/* The value of 25 has never been verified.
It should probably be 15. */
offset = 0x1f33 + drive * 25;
break;
case 3: /* ISA_250MG */
offset = 0x1f36 + drive * 15;
break;
case 4: /* ISA_200S (another one) */
offset = 0x1f34 + drive * 15;
break;
default:
offset = 0x1f31 + drive * 25;
break;
}
memcpy_fromio( &i, bios_mem + offset, sizeof( struct drive_info ) );
info_array[0] = i.heads;
info_array[1] = i.sectors;
info_array[2] = i.cylinders;
} else if (bios_major == 3
&& bios_minor >= 0
&& bios_minor < 4) { /* 3.0 and 3.2 BIOS */
memcpy_fromio( &i, bios_mem + 0x1f71 + drive * 10,
sizeof( struct drive_info ) );
info_array[0] = i.heads + 1;
info_array[1] = i.sectors;
info_array[2] = i.cylinders;
} else { /* 3.4 BIOS (and up?) */
/* This algorithm was provided by Future Domain (much thanks!). */
unsigned char *p = scsi_bios_ptable(bdev);
if (p && p[65] == 0xaa && p[64] == 0x55 /* Partition table valid */
&& p[4]) { /* Partition type */
/* The partition table layout is as follows:
Start: 0x1b3h
Offset: 0 = partition status
1 = starting head
2 = starting sector and cylinder (word, encoded)
4 = partition type
5 = ending head
6 = ending sector and cylinder (word, encoded)
8 = starting absolute sector (double word)
c = number of sectors (double word)
Signature: 0x1fe = 0x55aa
So, this algorithm assumes:
1) the first partition table is in use,
2) the data in the first entry is correct, and
3) partitions never divide cylinders
Note that (1) may be FALSE for NetBSD (and other BSD flavors),
as well as for Linux. Note also, that Linux doesn't pay any
attention to the fields that are used by this algorithm -- it
only uses the absolute sector data. Recent versions of Linux's
fdisk(1) will fill this data in correctly, and forthcoming
versions will check for consistency.
Checking for a non-zero partition type is not part of the
Future Domain algorithm, but it seemed to be a reasonable thing
to do, especially in the Linux and BSD worlds. */
info_array[0] = p[5] + 1; /* heads */
info_array[1] = p[6] & 0x3f; /* sectors */
} else {
/* Note that this new method guarantees that there will always be
less than 1024 cylinders on a platter. This is good for drives
up to approximately 7.85GB (where 1GB = 1024 * 1024 kB). */
if ((unsigned int)size >= 0x7e0000U) {
info_array[0] = 0xff; /* heads = 255 */
info_array[1] = 0x3f; /* sectors = 63 */
} else if ((unsigned int)size >= 0x200000U) {
info_array[0] = 0x80; /* heads = 128 */
info_array[1] = 0x3f; /* sectors = 63 */
} else {
info_array[0] = 0x40; /* heads = 64 */
info_array[1] = 0x20; /* sectors = 32 */
}
}
/* For both methods, compute the cylinders */
info_array[2] = (unsigned int)size / (info_array[0] * info_array[1] );
kfree(p);
}
return 0;
}
static int fdomain_16x0_release(struct Scsi_Host *shpnt)
{
if (shpnt->irq)
free_irq(shpnt->irq, shpnt);
if (shpnt->io_port && shpnt->n_io_port)
release_region(shpnt->io_port, shpnt->n_io_port);
if (PCI_bus)
pci_dev_put(PCI_dev);
return 0;
}
struct scsi_host_template fdomain_driver_template = {
.module = THIS_MODULE,
.name = "fdomain",
.proc_name = "fdomain",
.detect = fdomain_16x0_detect,
.info = fdomain_16x0_info,
.queuecommand = fdomain_16x0_queue,
.eh_abort_handler = fdomain_16x0_abort,
.eh_bus_reset_handler = fdomain_16x0_bus_reset,
.bios_param = fdomain_16x0_biosparam,
.release = fdomain_16x0_release,
.can_queue = 1,
.this_id = 6,
.sg_tablesize = 64,
.cmd_per_lun = 1,
.use_clustering = DISABLE_CLUSTERING,
};
#ifndef PCMCIA
#ifdef CONFIG_PCI
static struct pci_device_id fdomain_pci_tbl[] __devinitdata = {
{ PCI_VENDOR_ID_FD, PCI_DEVICE_ID_FD_36C70,
PCI_ANY_ID, PCI_ANY_ID, 0, 0, 0UL },
{ }
};
MODULE_DEVICE_TABLE(pci, fdomain_pci_tbl);
#endif
#define driver_template fdomain_driver_template
#include "scsi_module.c"
#endif
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