kstat_io - obsolete structure for I/O kstats
#include <sys/types.h> #include <sys/kstat.h> #include <sys/ddi.h> #include <sys/sunddi.h>
Solaris DDI specific (Solaris DDI)
I/O kstat statistics are kept in a kstat_io structure. When the kstat_create() function creates an I/O kstat, the ks_data field is a pointer to one of these structures. The macro KSTAT_IO_PTR() is provided to retrieve this field. It looks like this:
#define KSTAT_IO_PTR(kptr) ((kstat_io_t *)(kptr)->ks_data)
For more information, see the kstat_create(9F) man page.
u_longlong_t nread; /* number of bytes read */ u_longlong_t nwritten; /* number of bytes written *]/ ulong_t reads; /* number of read operations */ ulong_t writes; /* number of write operations */
The nread field should be updated by the driver with the number of bytes successfully read upon completion.
The nwritten field should be updated by the driver with the number of bytes successfully written upon completion.
The reads field should be updated by the driver after each successful read operation.
The writes field should be updated by the driver after each successful write operation.
Other I/O statistics are updated through the use of the kstat_queue(9F) functions.
kstat_named_init(9F), kstat_runq_back_to_waitq(9F), kstat_create(9F), kstat_queue(9F), kstat_runq_enter(9F), kstat_runq_exit(9F), kstat_waitq_enter(9F), kstat_waitq_exit(9F), kstat_waitq_to_runq(9F), kstat2_lookup_template(9F), kstat2_create_with_template(9F), kstat2_io(9S), kstat2_runq_back_to_waitq(9F), kstat2_runq_enter(9F), kstat2_runq_exit(9F), kstat2_waitq_enter(9F), kstat2_waitq_exit(9F), kstat2_waitq_to_runq(9F)
The use of the kstat_io structure is deprecated. The data-structure and functions used to manipulate its values may be removed in a future release of Oracle Solaris. Creating an I/O kstat is now achieved using the kstat2_lookup_template() function and passing the result to the kstat2_create_with_template() function. For more information, see the kstat2_lookup_template(9F) and kstat2_create_with_template(9F) man pages. The kstat queue functions which support the new type of kstat have the prefix "kstat2_" and take a pointer to the kstat2_io data-structure. For more information, refer to the kstat2_io(9S) man page.