#include <sys/scsi/scsi.h> struct scsi_pkt *scsi_hba_pkt_alloc(dev_info_t *dip, struct scsi_address *ap, int cmdlen, int statuslen, int tgtlen, int hbalen, int (*callback, caddr_t arg, caddr_t arg);
void scsi_hba_pkt_free(struct scsi_address *ap, struct scsi_pkt *pkt);
Solaris architecture specific (Solaris DDI).
Pointer to a dev_info_t structure, defining the HBA driver instance.
Pointer to a scsi_address(9S) structure, defining the target instance.
Length in bytes to be allocated for the SCSI command descriptor block (CDB).
Length in bytes to be allocated for the SCSI status completion block (SCB).
Length in bytes to be allocated for a private data area for the target driver's exclusive use.
Length in bytes to be allocated for a private data area for the HBA driver's exclusive use.
Indicates what scsi_hba_pkt_alloc() should do when resources are not available:
Do not wait for resources. Return a NULL pointer.
Wait indefinitely for resources.
Must be NULL.
A pointer to a scsi_pkt(9S) structure.
The scsi_hba_pkt_alloc() function allocates space for a scsi_pkt structure. HBA drivers must use this interface when allocating a scsi_pkt from their tran_init_pkt(9E) entry point.
If callback is NULL_FUNC, scsi_hba_pkt_alloc() may not sleep when allocating resources, and callers should be prepared to deal with allocation failures.
The scsi_hba_pkt_alloc() function also allocates memory for these scsi_pkt(9S) data areas, and sets these fields to point to the allocated memory:
HBA private data area.
Target driver private data area.
SCSI status completion block.
SCSI command descriptor block.
The scsi_hba_pkt_free() function frees the space allocated for the scsi_pkt(9S) structure.
The scsi_hba_pkt_alloc() function returns a pointer to the scsi_pkt structure, or NULL if no space is available.
The scsi_hba_pkt_alloc() function can be called from user, interrupt, or kernel context. Drivers must not allow scsi_hba_pkt_alloc() to sleep if called from an interrupt routine.
The scsi_hba_pkt_free() function can be called from user, interrupt, or kernel context.