CSX_EVENT_HANDLER(9E) Driver Entry Points CSX_EVENT_HANDLER(9E)

csx_event_handler - PC Card driver event handler

#include <sys/pccard.h>
int32_t prefixevent_handler(event_t event, int32_t priority,
     event_callback_args_t *args);

illumos architecture specific (illumos DDI)

event
The event.

priority

The priority of the event.

args

A pointer to the event_callback_t structure.

Each instance of a PC Card driver must register an event handler to manage events associated with its PC Card. The driver event handler is registered using the event_handler field of the client_req_t structure passed to csx_RegisterClient(9F). The driver may also supply a parameter to be passed to its event handler function using the event_callback_args.client_data field. Typically, this argument is the driver instance's soft state pointer. The driver also registers which events it is interested in receiving through the EventMask field of the client_req_t structure.

Each event is delivered to the driver with a priority, priority. High priority events with CS_EVENT_PRI_HIGH set in priority are delivered above lock level, and the driver must use its high-level event mutex initialized with the iblk_cookie returned by csx_RegisterClient(9F) to protect such events. Low priority events with CS_EVENT_PRI_LOW set in priority are delivered below lock level, and the driver must use its low-level event mutex initialized with a NULL interrupt cookie to protect these events.

csx_RegisterClient(9F) registers the driver's event handler, but no events begin to be delivered to the driver until after a successful call to csx_RequestSocketMask(9F).

In all cases, Card Services delivers an event to each driver instance associated with a function on a multiple function PC Card.

The events and their indications are listed below; they are always delivered as low priority unless otherwise noted:

CS_EVENT_REGISTRATION_COMPLETE

A registration request processed in the background has been completed.

CS_EVENT_CARD_INSERTION

A PC Card has been inserted in a socket.

CS_EVENT_CARD_READY

A PC Card's READY line has transitioned from the busy to ready state.

CS_EVENT_CARD_REMOVAL

A PC Card has been removed from a socket. This event is delivered twice; first as a high priority event, followed by delivery as a low priority event. As a high priority event, the event handler should only note that the PC Card is no longer present to prevent accesses to the hardware from occurring. As a low priority event, the event handler should release the configuration and free all I/O, window and IRQ resources for use by other PC Cards.

CS_EVENT_BATTERY_LOW

The battery on a PC Card is weak and is in need of replacement.

CS_EVENT_BATTERY_DEAD

The battery on a PC Card is no longer providing operational voltage.

CS_EVENT_PM_RESUME

Card Services has received a resume notification from the system's Power Management software.

CS_EVENT_PM_SUSPEND

Card Services has received a suspend notification from the system's Power Management software.

CS_EVENT_CARD_LOCK

A mechanical latch has been manipulated preventing the removal of the PC Card from the socket.

CS_EVENT_CARD_UNLOCK

A mechanical latch has been manipulated allowing the removal of the PC Card from the socket.

CS_EVENT_EJECTION_REQUEST

A request that the PC Card be ejected from a socket using a motor-driven mechanism.

CS_EVENT_EJECTION_COMPLETE

A motor has completed ejecting a PC Card from a socket.

CS_EVENT_ERASE_COMPLETE

A queued erase request that is processed in the background has been completed.

CS_EVENT_INSERTION_REQUEST

A request that a PC Card be inserted into a socket using a motor-driven mechanism.

CS_EVENT_INSERTION_COMPLETE

A motor has completed inserting a PC Card in a socket.

CS_EVENT_CARD_RESET

A hardware reset has occurred.

CS_EVENT_RESET_REQUEST

A request for a physical reset by a client.

CS_EVENT_RESET_COMPLETE

A reset request that is processed in the background has been completed.

CS_EVENT_RESET_PHYSICAL

A reset is about to occur.

CS_EVENT_CLIENT_INFO

A request that the client return its client information data. If GET_CLIENT_INFO_SUBSVC(args->client_info.Attributes) is equal to CS_CLIENT_INFO_SUBSVC_CS, the driver should fill in the other fields in the client_info structure as described below, and return CS_SUCCESS. Otherwise, it should return CS_UNSUPPORTED_EVENT.

args->client_data.Attributes

Must be OR'ed with CS_CLIENT_INFO_VALID.

args->client_data.Revision

Must be set to a driver-private version number.

args->client_data.CSLevel

Must be set to CS_VERSION.

args->client_data.RevDate

Must be set to the revision date of the PC Card driver, using CS_CLIENT_INFO_MAKE_DATE(day, month, year). day must be the day of the month, month must be the month of the year, and year must be the year, offset from a base of 1980. For example, this field could be set to a revision date of July 4 1997 with CS_CLIENT_INFO_MAKE_DATE(4, 7, 17).

args->client_data.ClientName

A string describing the PC Card driver should be copied into this space.

args->client_data.VendorName

A string supplying the name of the PC Card driver vendor should be copied into this space.

args->client_data.DriverName

A string supplying the name of the PC Card driver will be copied into this space by Card Services after the PC Card driver has successfully processed this event; the driver does not need to initialize this field.

CS_EVENT_WRITE_PROTECT

The write protect status of the PC Card in the indicated socket has changed. The current write protect state of the PC Card is in the args->info field:

CS_EVENT_WRITE_PROTECT_WPOFF

Card is not write protected.

CS_EVENT_WRITE_PROTECT_WPON

Card is write protected.

The structure members of event_callback_args_t are:


void               *info;            /* event-specific information */
void               *client_data;     /* driver-private data */
client_info_t      client_info;      /* client information*/

The structure members of client_info_t are:


unit32_t           Attributes;       /* attributes */
unit32_t           Revisions;        /* version number */
uint32_t           CSLevel;          /* Card Services version */
uint32_t           RevDate;          /* revision date */
char               ClientName[CS_CLIENT_INFO_MAX_NAME_LEN];
                                     /*PC Card driver description */
char               VendorName[CS_CLIENT_INFO_MAX_NAME_LEN];
                                     /*PC Card driver vendor name */
char               DriverName[MODMAXNAMELEN];
                                     /* PC Card driver name */

CS_SUCCESS
The event was handled successfully.

CS_UNSUPPORTED_EVENT

Driver does not support this event.

CS_FAILURE

Error occurred while handling this event.

This function is called from high-level interrupt context in the case of high priority events, and from kernel context in the case of low priority events.


static int
xx_event(event_t event, int priority, event_callback_args_t *args)
{
     int	rval;
     struct xxx	*xxx = args->client_data;
     client_info_t	*info = &args->client_info;
     switch (event) {
     case CS_EVENT_REGISTRATION_COMPLETE:
          ASSERT(priority & CS_EVENT_PRI_LOW);
          mutex_enter(&xxx->event_mutex);
          xxx->card_state |= XX_REGISTRATION_COMPLETE;
          mutex_exit(&xxx->event_mutex);
          rval = CS_SUCCESS;
          break;
     case CS_EVENT_CARD_READY:
          ASSERT(priority & CS_EVENT_PRI_LOW);
          rval = xx_card_ready(xxx);
          mutex_exit(&xxx->event_mutex);
          break;
     case CS_EVENT_CARD_INSERTION:
          ASSERT(priority & CS_EVENT_PRI_LOW);
          mutex_enter(&xxx->event_mutex);
          rval = xx_card_insertion(xxx);
          mutex_exit(&xxx->event_mutex);
          break;
     case CS_EVENT_CARD_REMOVAL:
          if (priority & CS_EVENT_PRI_HIGH) {
              mutex_enter(&xxx->hi_event_mutex);
              xxx->card_state &= ~XX_CARD_PRESENT;
              mutex_exit(&xxx->hi_event_mutex);
          }  else {
              mutex_enter(&xxx->event_mutex);
              rval = xx_card_removal(xxx);
              mutex_exit(&xxx->event_mutex);
          }
          break;
     case CS_EVENT_CLIENT_INFO:
          ASSERT(priority & CS_EVENT_PRI_LOW);
          if (GET_CLIENT_INFO_SUBSVC_CS(info->Attributes) ==
              CS_CLIENT_INFO_SUBSVC_CS) {
                info->Attributes |= CS_CLIENT_INFO_VALID;
                info->Revision = 4;
                info->CSLevel = CS_VERSION;
                info->RevDate = CS_CLIENT_INFO_MAKE_DATE(4, 7, 17);
                (void)strncpy(info->ClientName,
                     "WhizBang Ultra Zowie PC card driver",
                         CS_CLIENT_INFO_MAX_NAME_LEN)
                "ACME PC card drivers, Inc.",
                         CS_CLIENT_INFO_MAX_NAME_LEN);
                rval = CS_SUCCESS;
          } else {
                rval = CS_UNSUPPORTED_EVENT;
          }
          break;
     case CS_EVENT_WRITE_PROTECT:
           ASSERT(priority & CS_EVENT_PRI_LOW);
           mutex_enter(&xxx->event_mutex);
           if (args->info == CS_EVENT_WRITE_PROTECT_WPOFF) {
               xxx->card_state &= ~XX_WRITE_PROTECTED;
           } else {
               xxx->card_state |= XX_WRITE_PROTECTED;
           }
           mutex_exit(&xxx->event_mutex);
           rval = CS_SUCCESS;
           break;
     default:
           rval = CS_UNSUPPORTED_EVENT;
           break;
     }
     return (rval);
}

csx_Event2Text(9F), csx_RegisterClient(9F), csx_RequestSocketMask(9F)

PC Card 95 Standard, PCMCIA/JEIDA

November 22, 1996 OmniOS