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/* mca_53c9x.c: Driver for the SCSI adapter found on NCR 35xx
* (and maybe some other) Microchannel machines
*
* Code taken mostly from Cyberstorm SCSI drivers
* Copyright (C) 1996 Jesper Skov (jskov@cygnus.co.uk)
*
* Hacked to work with the NCR MCA stuff by Tymm Twillman (tymm@computer.org)
*
* The CyberStorm SCSI driver (and this driver) is based on David S. Miller's
* ESP driver * for the Sparc computers.
*
* Special thanks to Ken Stewart at Symbios (LSI) for helping with info on
* the 86C01. I was on the brink of going ga-ga...
*
* Also thanks to Jesper Skov for helping me with info on how the Amiga
* does things...
*/
/*
* This is currently only set up to use one 53c9x card at a time; it could be
* changed fairly easily to detect/use more than one, but I'm not too sure how
* many cards that use the 53c9x on MCA systems there are (if, in fact, there
* are cards that use them, other than the one built into some NCR systems)...
* If anyone requests this, I'll throw it in, otherwise it's not worth the
* effort.
*/
/*
* Info on the 86C01 MCA interface chip at the bottom, if you care enough to
* look.
*/
#include <linux/delay.h>
#include <linux/interrupt.h>
#include <linux/kernel.h>
#include <linux/mca.h>
#include <linux/types.h>
#include <linux/string.h>
#include <linux/slab.h>
#include <linux/blk.h>
#include <linux/proc_fs.h>
#include <linux/stat.h>
#include <linux/mca-legacy.h>
#include "scsi.h"
#include "hosts.h"
#include "NCR53C9x.h"
#include <asm/dma.h>
#include <asm/irq.h>
#include <asm/mca_dma.h>
#include <asm/pgtable.h>
/*
* From ibmmca.c (IBM scsi controller card driver) -- used for turning PS2 disk
* activity LED on and off
*/
#define PS2_SYS_CTR 0x92
/* Ports the ncr's 53c94 can be put at; indexed by pos register value */
#define MCA_53C9X_IO_PORTS { \
0x0000, 0x0240, 0x0340, 0x0400, \
0x0420, 0x3240, 0x8240, 0xA240, \
}
/*
* Supposedly there were some cards put together with the 'c9x and 86c01. If
* they have different ID's from the ones on the 3500 series machines,
* you can add them here and hopefully things will work out.
*/
#define MCA_53C9X_IDS { \
0x7F4C, \
0x0000, \
}
static int dma_bytes_sent(struct NCR_ESP *, int);
static int dma_can_transfer(struct NCR_ESP *, Scsi_Cmnd *);
static void dma_dump_state(struct NCR_ESP *);
static void dma_init_read(struct NCR_ESP *, __u32, int);
static void dma_init_write(struct NCR_ESP *, __u32, int);
static void dma_ints_off(struct NCR_ESP *);
static void dma_ints_on(struct NCR_ESP *);
static int dma_irq_p(struct NCR_ESP *);
static int dma_ports_p(struct NCR_ESP *);
static void dma_setup(struct NCR_ESP *, __u32, int, int);
static void dma_led_on(struct NCR_ESP *);
static void dma_led_off(struct NCR_ESP *);
/* This is where all commands are put before they are trasfered to the
* 53c9x via PIO.
*/
static volatile unsigned char cmd_buffer[16];
/*
* We keep the structure that is used to access the registers on the 53c9x
* here.
*/
static struct ESP_regs eregs;
/***************************************************************** Detection */
int mca_esp_detect(Scsi_Host_Template *tpnt)
{
struct NCR_ESP *esp;
static int io_port_by_pos[] = MCA_53C9X_IO_PORTS;
int mca_53c9x_ids[] = MCA_53C9X_IDS;
int *id_to_check = mca_53c9x_ids;
int slot;
int pos[3];
unsigned int tmp_io_addr;
unsigned char tmp_byte;
if (!MCA_bus)
return 0;
while (*id_to_check) {
if ((slot = mca_find_adapter(*id_to_check, 0)) !=
MCA_NOTFOUND)
{
esp = esp_allocate(tpnt, (void *) NULL);
pos[0] = mca_read_stored_pos(slot, 2);
pos[1] = mca_read_stored_pos(slot, 3);
pos[2] = mca_read_stored_pos(slot, 4);
esp->eregs = &eregs;
/*
* IO port base is given in the first (non-ID) pos
* register, like so:
*
* Bits 3 2 1 IO base
* ----------------------------
* 0 0 0 <disabled>
* 0 0 1 0x0240
* 0 1 0 0x0340
* 0 1 1 0x0400
* 1 0 0 0x0420
* 1 0 1 0x3240
* 1 1 0 0x8240
* 1 1 1 0xA240
*/
tmp_io_addr =
io_port_by_pos[(pos[0] & 0x0E) >> 1];
esp->eregs->io_addr = tmp_io_addr + 0x10;
if (esp->eregs->io_addr == 0x0000) {
printk("Adapter is disabled.\n");
break;
}
/*
* IRQ is specified in bits 4 and 5:
*
* Bits 4 5 IRQ
* -----------------------
* 0 0 3
* 0 1 5
* 1 0 7
* 1 1 9
*/
esp->irq = ((pos[0] & 0x30) >> 3) + 3;
/*
* DMA channel is in the low 3 bits of the second
* POS register
*/
esp->dma = pos[1] & 7;
esp->slot = slot;
if (request_irq(esp->irq, esp_intr, 0,
"NCR 53c9x SCSI", esp->ehost))
{
printk("Unable to request IRQ %d.\n", esp->irq);
esp_deallocate(esp);
scsi_unregister(esp->ehost);
return 0;
}
if (request_dma(esp->dma, "NCR 53c9x SCSI")) {
printk("Unable to request DMA channel %d.\n",
esp->dma);
free_irq(esp->irq, esp_intr);
esp_deallocate(esp);
scsi_unregister(esp->ehost);
return 0;
}
request_region(tmp_io_addr, 32, "NCR 53c9x SCSI");
/*
* 86C01 handles DMA, IO mode, from address
* (base + 0x0a)
*/
mca_disable_dma(esp->dma);
mca_set_dma_io(esp->dma, tmp_io_addr + 0x0a);
mca_enable_dma(esp->dma);
/* Tell the 86C01 to give us interrupts */
tmp_byte = inb(tmp_io_addr + 0x02) | 0x40;
outb(tmp_byte, tmp_io_addr + 0x02);
/*
* Scsi ID -- general purpose register, hi
* 2 bits; add 4 to this number to get the
* ID
*/
esp->scsi_id = ((pos[2] & 0xC0) >> 6) + 4;
/* Do command transfer with programmed I/O */
esp->do_pio_cmds = 1;
/* Required functions */
esp->dma_bytes_sent = &dma_bytes_sent;
esp->dma_can_transfer = &dma_can_transfer;
esp->dma_dump_state = &dma_dump_state;
esp->dma_init_read = &dma_init_read;
esp->dma_init_write = &dma_init_write;
esp->dma_ints_off = &dma_ints_off;
esp->dma_ints_on = &dma_ints_on;
esp->dma_irq_p = &dma_irq_p;
esp->dma_ports_p = &dma_ports_p;
esp->dma_setup = &dma_setup;
/* Optional functions */
esp->dma_barrier = 0;
esp->dma_drain = 0;
esp->dma_invalidate = 0;
esp->dma_irq_entry = 0;
esp->dma_irq_exit = 0;
esp->dma_led_on = dma_led_on;
esp->dma_led_off = dma_led_off;
esp->dma_poll = 0;
esp->dma_reset = 0;
/* Set the command buffer */
esp->esp_command = (volatile unsigned char*)
cmd_buffer;
esp->esp_command_dvma = isa_virt_to_bus(cmd_buffer);
/* SCSI chip speed */
esp->cfreq = 25000000;
/* Differential SCSI? I think not. */
esp->diff = 0;
esp_initialize(esp);
printk(" Adapter found in slot %2d: io port 0x%x "
"irq %d dma channel %d\n", slot + 1, tmp_io_addr,
esp->irq, esp->dma);
mca_set_adapter_name(slot, "NCR 53C9X SCSI Adapter");
mca_mark_as_used(slot);
break;
}
id_to_check++;
}
return esps_in_use;
}
/******************************************************************* Release */
int mca_esp_release(struct Scsi_Host *host)
{
struct NCR_ESP *esp = (struct NCR_ESP *)host->hostdata;
unsigned char tmp_byte;
esp_deallocate(esp);
/*
* Tell the 86C01 to stop sending interrupts
*/
tmp_byte = inb(esp->eregs->io_addr - 0x0E);
tmp_byte &= ~0x40;
outb(tmp_byte, esp->eregs->io_addr - 0x0E);
free_irq(esp->irq, esp_intr);
free_dma(esp->dma);
mca_mark_as_unused(esp->slot);
return 0;
}
/************************************************************* DMA Functions */
static int dma_bytes_sent(struct NCR_ESP *esp, int fifo_count)
{
/* Ask the 53c9x. It knows. */
return fifo_count;
}
static int dma_can_transfer(struct NCR_ESP *esp, Scsi_Cmnd *sp)
{
/*
* The MCA dma channels can only do up to 128K bytes at a time.
* (16 bit mode)
*/
unsigned long sz = sp->SCp.this_residual;
if(sz > 0x20000)
sz = 0x20000;
return sz;
}
static void dma_dump_state(struct NCR_ESP *esp)
{
/*
* Doesn't quite match up to the other drivers, but we do what we
* can.
*/
ESPLOG(("esp%d: dma channel <%d>\n", esp->esp_id, esp->dma));
ESPLOG(("bytes left to dma: %d\n", mca_get_dma_residue(esp->dma)));
}
static void dma_init_read(struct NCR_ESP *esp, __u32 addr, int length)
{
unsigned long flags;
save_flags(flags);
cli();
mca_disable_dma(esp->dma);
mca_set_dma_mode(esp->dma, MCA_DMA_MODE_XFER | MCA_DMA_MODE_16 |
MCA_DMA_MODE_IO);
mca_set_dma_addr(esp->dma, addr);
mca_set_dma_count(esp->dma, length / 2); /* !!! */
mca_enable_dma(esp->dma);
restore_flags(flags);
}
static void dma_init_write(struct NCR_ESP *esp, __u32 addr, int length)
{
unsigned long flags;
save_flags(flags);
cli();
mca_disable_dma(esp->dma);
mca_set_dma_mode(esp->dma, MCA_DMA_MODE_XFER | MCA_DMA_MODE_WRITE |
MCA_DMA_MODE_16 | MCA_DMA_MODE_IO);
mca_set_dma_addr(esp->dma, addr);
mca_set_dma_count(esp->dma, length / 2); /* !!! */
mca_enable_dma(esp->dma);
restore_flags(flags);
}
static void dma_ints_off(struct NCR_ESP *esp)
{
/*
* Tell the 'C01 to shut up. All interrupts are routed through it.
*/
outb(inb(esp->eregs->io_addr - 0x0E) & ~0x40,
esp->eregs->io_addr - 0x0E);
}
static void dma_ints_on(struct NCR_ESP *esp)
{
/*
* Ok. You can speak again.
*/
outb(inb(esp->eregs->io_addr - 0x0E) | 0x40,
esp->eregs->io_addr - 0x0E);
}
static int dma_irq_p(struct NCR_ESP *esp)
{
/*
* DaveM says that this should return a "yes" if there is an interrupt
* or a DMA error occurred. I copied the Amiga driver's semantics,
* though, because it seems to work and we can't really tell if
* a DMA error happened. This gives the "yes" if the scsi chip
* is sending an interrupt and no DMA activity is taking place
*/
return (!(inb(esp->eregs->io_addr - 0x04) & 1) &&
!(inb(esp->eregs->io_addr - 0x04) & 2) );
}
static int dma_ports_p(struct NCR_ESP *esp)
{
/*
* Check to see if interrupts are enabled on the 'C01 (in case abort
* is entered multiple times, so we only do the abort once)
*/
return (inb(esp->eregs->io_addr - 0x0E) & 0x40) ? 1:0;
}
static void dma_setup(struct NCR_ESP *esp, __u32 addr, int count, int write)
{
if(write){
dma_init_write(esp, addr, count);
} else {
dma_init_read(esp, addr, count);
}
}
/*
* These will not play nicely with other disk controllers that try to use the
* disk active LED... but what can you do? Don't answer that.
*
* Stolen shamelessly from ibmmca.c -- IBM Microchannel SCSI adapter driver
*
*/
static void dma_led_on(struct NCR_ESP *esp)
{
outb(inb(PS2_SYS_CTR) | 0xc0, PS2_SYS_CTR);
}
static void dma_led_off(struct NCR_ESP *esp)
{
outb(inb(PS2_SYS_CTR) & 0x3f, PS2_SYS_CTR);
}
static Scsi_Host_Template driver_template = {
.proc_name = "esp",
.name = "NCR 53c9x SCSI",
.detect = mca_esp_detect,
.release = mca_esp_release,
.queuecommand = esp_queue,
.eh_abort_handler = esp_abort,
.eh_bus_reset_handler = esp_reset,
.can_queue = 7,
.sg_tablesize = SG_ALL,
.cmd_per_lun = 1,
.unchecked_isa_dma = 1,
.use_clustering = DISABLE_CLUSTERING
};
#include "scsi_module.c"
/*
* OK, here's the goods I promised. The NCR 86C01 is an MCA interface chip
* that handles enabling/diabling IRQ, dma interfacing, IO port selection
* and other fun stuff. It takes up 16 addresses, and the chip it is
* connnected to gets the following 16. Registers are as follows:
*
* Offsets 0-1 : Card ID
*
* Offset 2 : Mode enable register --
* Bit 7 : Data Word width (1 = 16, 0 = 8)
* Bit 6 : IRQ enable (1 = enabled)
* Bits 5,4 : IRQ select
* 0 0 : IRQ 3
* 0 1 : IRQ 5
* 1 0 : IRQ 7
* 1 1 : IRQ 9
* Bits 3-1 : Base Address
* 0 0 0 : <disabled>
* 0 0 1 : 0x0240
* 0 1 0 : 0x0340
* 0 1 1 : 0x0400
* 1 0 0 : 0x0420
* 1 0 1 : 0x3240
* 1 1 0 : 0x8240
* 1 1 1 : 0xA240
* Bit 0 : Card enable (1 = enabled)
*
* Offset 3 : DMA control register --
* Bit 7 : DMA enable (1 = enabled)
* Bits 6,5 : Preemt Count Select (transfers to complete after
* 'C01 has been preempted on MCA bus)
* 0 0 : 0
* 0 1 : 1
* 1 0 : 3
* 1 1 : 7
* (all these wacky numbers; I'm sure there's a reason somewhere)
* Bit 4 : Fairness enable (1 = fair bus priority)
* Bits 3-0 : Arbitration level (0-15 consecutive)
*
* Offset 4 : General purpose register
* Bits 7-3 : User definable (here, 7,6 are SCSI ID)
* Bits 2-0 : reserved
*
* Offset 10 : DMA decode register (used for IO based DMA; also can do
* PIO through this port)
*
* Offset 12 : Status
* Bits 7-2 : reserved
* Bit 1 : DMA pending (1 = pending)
* Bit 0 : IRQ pending (0 = pending)
*
* Exciting, huh?
*
*/