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#ifndef _LINUX_SCATTERLIST_H
#define _LINUX_SCATTERLIST_H
#include <linux/string.h>
#include <linux/bug.h>
#include <linux/mm.h>
#include <asm/types.h>
#include <asm/scatterlist.h>
#include <asm/io.h>
struct sg_table {
struct scatterlist *sgl; /* the list */
unsigned int nents; /* number of mapped entries */
unsigned int orig_nents; /* original size of list */
};
/*
* Notes on SG table design.
*
* Architectures must provide an unsigned long page_link field in the
* scatterlist struct. We use that to place the page pointer AND encode
* information about the sg table as well. The two lower bits are reserved
* for this information.
*
* If bit 0 is set, then the page_link contains a pointer to the next sg
* table list. Otherwise the next entry is at sg + 1.
*
* If bit 1 is set, then this sg entry is the last element in a list.
*
* See sg_next().
*
*/
#define SG_MAGIC 0x87654321
/*
* We overload the LSB of the page pointer to indicate whether it's
* a valid sg entry, or whether it points to the start of a new scatterlist.
* Those low bits are there for everyone! (thanks mason :-)
*/
#define sg_is_chain(sg) ((sg)->page_link & 0x01)
#define sg_is_last(sg) ((sg)->page_link & 0x02)
#define sg_chain_ptr(sg) \
((struct scatterlist *) ((sg)->page_link & ~0x03))
/**
* sg_assign_page - Assign a given page to an SG entry
* @sg: SG entry
* @page: The page
*
* Description:
* Assign page to sg entry. Also see sg_set_page(), the most commonly used
* variant.
*
**/
static inline void sg_assign_page(struct scatterlist *sg, struct page *page)
{
unsigned long page_link = sg->page_link & 0x3;
/*
* In order for the low bit stealing approach to work, pages
* must be aligned at a 32-bit boundary as a minimum.
*/
BUG_ON((unsigned long) page & 0x03);
#ifdef CONFIG_DEBUG_SG
BUG_ON(sg->sg_magic != SG_MAGIC);
BUG_ON(sg_is_chain(sg));
#endif
sg->page_link = page_link | (unsigned long) page;
}
/**
* sg_set_page - Set sg entry to point at given page
* @sg: SG entry
* @page: The page
* @len: Length of data
* @offset: Offset into page
*
* Description:
* Use this function to set an sg entry pointing at a page, never assign
* the page directly. We encode sg table information in the lower bits
* of the page pointer. See sg_page() for looking up the page belonging
* to an sg entry.
*
**/
static inline void sg_set_page(struct scatterlist *sg, struct page *page,
unsigned int len, unsigned int offset)
{
sg_assign_page(sg, page);
sg->offset = offset;
sg->length = len;
}
static inline struct page *sg_page(struct scatterlist *sg)
{
#ifdef CONFIG_DEBUG_SG
BUG_ON(sg->sg_magic != SG_MAGIC);
BUG_ON(sg_is_chain(sg));
#endif
return (struct page *)((sg)->page_link & ~0x3);
}
/**
* sg_set_buf - Set sg entry to point at given data
* @sg: SG entry
* @buf: Data
* @buflen: Data length
*
**/
static inline void sg_set_buf(struct scatterlist *sg, const void *buf,
unsigned int buflen)
{
sg_set_page(sg, virt_to_page(buf), buflen, offset_in_page(buf));
}
/*
* Loop over each sg element, following the pointer to a new list if necessary
*/
#define for_each_sg(sglist, sg, nr, __i) \
for (__i = 0, sg = (sglist); __i < (nr); __i++, sg = sg_next(sg))
/**
* sg_chain - Chain two sglists together
* @prv: First scatterlist
* @prv_nents: Number of entries in prv
* @sgl: Second scatterlist
*
* Description:
* Links @prv@ and @sgl@ together, to form a longer scatterlist.
*
**/
static inline void sg_chain(struct scatterlist *prv, unsigned int prv_nents,
struct scatterlist *sgl)
{
#ifndef ARCH_HAS_SG_CHAIN
BUG();
#endif
/*
* offset and length are unused for chain entry. Clear them.
*/
prv[prv_nents - 1].offset = 0;
prv[prv_nents - 1].length = 0;
/*
* Set lowest bit to indicate a link pointer, and make sure to clear
* the termination bit if it happens to be set.
*/
prv[prv_nents - 1].page_link = ((unsigned long) sgl | 0x01) & ~0x02;
}
/**
* sg_mark_end - Mark the end of the scatterlist
* @sg: SG entryScatterlist
*
* Description:
* Marks the passed in sg entry as the termination point for the sg
* table. A call to sg_next() on this entry will return NULL.
*
**/
static inline void sg_mark_end(struct scatterlist *sg)
{
#ifdef CONFIG_DEBUG_SG
BUG_ON(sg->sg_magic != SG_MAGIC);
#endif
/*
* Set termination bit, clear potential chain bit
*/
sg->page_link |= 0x02;
sg->page_link &= ~0x01;
}
/**
* sg_unmark_end - Undo setting the end of the scatterlist
* @sg: SG entryScatterlist
*
* Description:
* Removes the termination marker from the given entry of the scatterlist.
*
**/
static inline void sg_unmark_end(struct scatterlist *sg)
{
#ifdef CONFIG_DEBUG_SG
BUG_ON(sg->sg_magic != SG_MAGIC);
#endif
sg->page_link &= ~0x02;
}
/**
* sg_phys - Return physical address of an sg entry
* @sg: SG entry
*
* Description:
* This calls page_to_phys() on the page in this sg entry, and adds the
* sg offset. The caller must know that it is legal to call page_to_phys()
* on the sg page.
*
**/
static inline dma_addr_t sg_phys(struct scatterlist *sg)
{
return page_to_phys(sg_page(sg)) + sg->offset;
}
/**
* sg_virt - Return virtual address of an sg entry
* @sg: SG entry
*
* Description:
* This calls page_address() on the page in this sg entry, and adds the
* sg offset. The caller must know that the sg page has a valid virtual
* mapping.
*
**/
static inline void *sg_virt(struct scatterlist *sg)
{
return page_address(sg_page(sg)) + sg->offset;
}
int sg_nents(struct scatterlist *sg);
struct scatterlist *sg_next(struct scatterlist *);
struct scatterlist *sg_last(struct scatterlist *s, unsigned int);
void sg_init_table(struct scatterlist *, unsigned int);
void sg_init_one(struct scatterlist *, const void *, unsigned int);
typedef struct scatterlist *(sg_alloc_fn)(unsigned int, gfp_t);
typedef void (sg_free_fn)(struct scatterlist *, unsigned int);
void __sg_free_table(struct sg_table *, unsigned int, sg_free_fn *);
void sg_free_table(struct sg_table *);
int __sg_alloc_table(struct sg_table *, unsigned int, unsigned int, gfp_t,
sg_alloc_fn *);
int sg_alloc_table(struct sg_table *, unsigned int, gfp_t);
int sg_alloc_table_from_pages(struct sg_table *sgt,
struct page **pages, unsigned int n_pages,
unsigned long offset, unsigned long size,
gfp_t gfp_mask);
size_t sg_copy_from_buffer(struct scatterlist *sgl, unsigned int nents,
void *buf, size_t buflen);
size_t sg_copy_to_buffer(struct scatterlist *sgl, unsigned int nents,
void *buf, size_t buflen);
/*
* Maximum number of entries that will be allocated in one piece, if
* a list larger than this is required then chaining will be utilized.
*/
#define SG_MAX_SINGLE_ALLOC (PAGE_SIZE / sizeof(struct scatterlist))
/*
* sg page iterator
*
* Iterates over sg entries page-by-page. On each successful iteration,
* @piter->page points to the current page, @piter->sg to the sg holding this
* page and @piter->sg_pgoffset to the page's page offset within the sg. The
* iteration will stop either when a maximum number of sg entries was reached
* or a terminating sg (sg_last(sg) == true) was reached.
*/
struct sg_page_iter {
struct page *page; /* current page */
struct scatterlist *sg; /* sg holding the page */
unsigned int sg_pgoffset; /* page offset within the sg */
/* these are internal states, keep away */
unsigned int __nents; /* remaining sg entries */
int __pg_advance; /* nr pages to advance at the
* next step */
};
bool __sg_page_iter_next(struct sg_page_iter *piter);
void __sg_page_iter_start(struct sg_page_iter *piter,
struct scatterlist *sglist, unsigned int nents,
unsigned long pgoffset);
/**
* for_each_sg_page - iterate over the pages of the given sg list
* @sglist: sglist to iterate over
* @piter: page iterator to hold current page, sg, sg_pgoffset
* @nents: maximum number of sg entries to iterate over
* @pgoffset: starting page offset
*/
#define for_each_sg_page(sglist, piter, nents, pgoffset) \
for (__sg_page_iter_start((piter), (sglist), (nents), (pgoffset)); \
__sg_page_iter_next(piter);)
/*
* Mapping sg iterator
*
* Iterates over sg entries mapping page-by-page. On each successful
* iteration, @miter->page points to the mapped page and
* @miter->length bytes of data can be accessed at @miter->addr. As
* long as an interation is enclosed between start and stop, the user
* is free to choose control structure and when to stop.
*
* @miter->consumed is set to @miter->length on each iteration. It
* can be adjusted if the user can't consume all the bytes in one go.
* Also, a stopped iteration can be resumed by calling next on it.
* This is useful when iteration needs to release all resources and
* continue later (e.g. at the next interrupt).
*/
#define SG_MITER_ATOMIC (1 << 0) /* use kmap_atomic */
#define SG_MITER_TO_SG (1 << 1) /* flush back to phys on unmap */
#define SG_MITER_FROM_SG (1 << 2) /* nop */
struct sg_mapping_iter {
/* the following three fields can be accessed directly */
struct page *page; /* currently mapped page */
void *addr; /* pointer to the mapped area */
size_t length; /* length of the mapped area */
size_t consumed; /* number of consumed bytes */
struct sg_page_iter piter; /* page iterator */
/* these are internal states, keep away */
unsigned int __offset; /* offset within page */
unsigned int __remaining; /* remaining bytes on page */
unsigned int __flags;
};
void sg_miter_start(struct sg_mapping_iter *miter, struct scatterlist *sgl,
unsigned int nents, unsigned int flags);
bool sg_miter_next(struct sg_mapping_iter *miter);
void sg_miter_stop(struct sg_mapping_iter *miter);
#endif /* _LINUX_SCATTERLIST_H */