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csx_ReleaseIRQ(9F)

Name

csx_RequestIRQ, csx_ReleaseIRQ - request or release IRQ resource

Synopsis

#include <sys/pccard.h>

int32_t csx_RequestIRQ(client_handle_t ch, irq_req_t *ir);
int32_t csx_ReleaseIRQ(client_handle_t ch, irq_req_t *ir);

Interface Level

Solaris DDI Specific (Solaris DDI)

Parameters

ch

Client handle returned from csx_RegisterClient(9F).

ir

Pointer to an irq_req_t structure.

Description

The function csx_RequestIRQ() requests an IRQ resource and registers the client's IRQ handler with Card Services.

If a client requires an IRQ, csx_RequestIRQ() must be called to request an IRQ resource as well as to register the client's IRQ handler with Card Services. The client will not receive callbacks at the IRQ callback handler until csx_RequestConfiguration(9F) or csx_ModifyConfiguration(9F) has successfully returned when either of these functions are called with the CONF_ENABLE_IRQ_STEERING bit set.

The function csx_ReleaseIRQ() releases a previously requested IRQ resource.

The Card Services IRQ resource list is adjusted by csx_ReleaseIRQ(). Depending on the adapter hardware, the host bus IRQ connection might also be disabled. Client IRQ handlers always run above lock level and so should take care to perform only Solaris operations that are appropriate for an above-lock-level IRQ handler.

csx_RequestIRQ() fails if it has already been called without a corresponding csx_ReleaseIRQ().

Structure Members

The structure members of irq_req_t are:

uint32_t                Socket;          /* socket number */
uint32_t                Attributes;      /* IRQ attribute flags */
csfunction_t            *irq_handler;    /* IRQ handler */
void                    *irq_handler_arg; /* IRQ handler argument */
ddi_iblock_cookie_t     *iblk_cookie;    /* IRQ interrupt 
                                         /*   block cookie */
ddi_idevice_cookie_t    *idev_cookie;    /* IRQ interrupt device 
                                         /*   cookie */

The fields are defined as follows:

Socket

Not used in Solaris, but for portability with other Card Services implementations, it should be set to the logical socket number.

Attributes

This field is bit-mapped. It specifies details about the type of IRQ desired by the client. The following bits are defined:

IRQ_TYPE_EXCLUSIVE

IRQ is exclusive to this socket. This bit must be set. It indicates that the system IRQ is dedicated to this PC Card.

irq_handler

The client IRQ callback handler entry point is passed in the irq_handler field.

irq_handler_arg

The client can use the irq_handler_arg field to pass client-specific data to the client IRQ callback handler.

iblk_cookie
idev_cookie

These fields must be used by the client to set up mutexes that are used in the client's IRQ callback handler.

For a specific csx_ReleaseIRQ() call, the values in the irq_req_t structure must be the same as those returned from the previous csx_RequestIRQ() call; otherwise, CS_BAD_ARGS is returned and no changes are made to Card Services resources or the socket and adapter hardware.

Return Values

CS_SUCCESS

Successful operation.

CS_BAD_ARGS

IRQ description does not match allocation.

CS_BAD_ATTRIBUTE

IRQ_TYPE_EXCLUSIVE not set, or an unsupported or reserved bit is set.

CS_BAD_HANDLE

Client handle is invalid or csx_RequestConfiguration(9F) not done.

CS_BAD_IRQ

Unable to allocate IRQ resources.

CS_IN_USE

csx_RequestIRQ() already done or a previous csx_RequestIRQ() has not been done for a corresponding csx_ReleaseIRQ().

CS_CONFIGURATION_LOCKED

csx_RequestConfiguration(9F) already done or csx_ReleaseConfiguration(9F) has not been done.

CS_NO_CARD

No PC Card in socket.

CS_UNSUPPORTED_FUNCTION

No PCMCIA hardware installed.

Context

These functions may be called from user or kernel context.

See Also

csx_ReleaseConfiguration(9F), csx_RequestConfiguration(9F)

PC Card Card 95 Standard, PCMCIA/JEIDA