#include <sys/ddi.h> #include <sys/sunddi.h>int ddi_umem_lock(caddr_t addr, size_t len, int flags, ddi_umem_cookie_t *cookiep);
Solaris DDI specific (Solaris DDI)
Virtual address of memory object
Length of memory object in bytes
Memory pages are locked to be read from. (Disk write or a network send.)
Memory pages are locked to be written to. (Disk read or a network receive.)
Pointer to a kernel memory cookie.
The ddi_umem_lock(9F) function locks down the physical pages (including I/O pages) that correspond to the current process' virtual address range [addr, addr + size) and fills in a cookie representing the locked pages. This cookie can be used to create a buf(9S) structure that can be used to perform I/O (see ddi_umem_iosetup(9F) and ddi_dma_buf_bind_handle(9F)), or it can be used with devmap_umem_setup(9F) to export the memory to an application.
The virtual address and length specified must be at a page boundary and the mapping performed in terms of the system page size. See pagesize(1).
The flags argument indicates the intended use of the locked memory. Set flags to DDI_UMEMLOCK_READ if the memory pages will be read (for example, in a disk write or a network send.) Set flags to DDI_UMEMLOCK_WRITE if the memory pages will be written (for example, in a disk read or a network receive). You must choose one (and only one) of these values.
The device driver must ensure that the physical pages have been unlocked after the application has called close(2).
On success, a 0 is returned. Otherwise, one of the following errno values is returned.
User process has no mapping at that address range or does not support locking
User process does not have the required permission.
The system does not have sufficient resources to lock memory.
Could not allocate system resources required to lock the pages. The ddi_umem_lock() could succeed at a later time.
Requested memory is not aligned on a system page boundary.
The ddi_umem_lock() function can only be called from user context; ddi_umem_unlock() from user, kernel, and interrupt contexts.
The ddi_umem_lock(9F) function consumes physical memory. The driver is responsible for a speedy unlock to free up the resources.
ddi_umem_unlock() can defer unlocking of the pages to a later time depending on the implementation.