MRI_STAT(9E) Driver Entry Points MRI_STAT(9E)

mri_stat
xtatistics collection entry point for rings

#include <sys/mac_provider.h>

int
prefix_ring_stat(mac_ring_driver_t rh, uint_t stat, uint64_t *val);

Uncommitted - This interface is still evolving. API and ABI stability is not guaranteed.

rh
A pointer to the ring's private data that was passed in via the mri_driver member of the mac_ring_info(9S) structure as part of the mr_rget(9E) entry point.
stat
The numeric identifier of a statistic.
val
A pointer to a 64-bit unsigned value into which the device driver should place statistic.

The mri_stat() entry point is called by the MAC framework to get statistics that have been scoped to the ring, indicated by rh.

The set of statistics that the driver should check depends on the kind of ring that is in use. If the driver encounters an unknown statistic it should return ENOTSUP. All the statistics should be values that are scoped to the ring itself. This is in contrast to the normal mc_getstat(9E) entry point, which has statistics for the entire device. Other than the scoping, the statistics listed below have the same meaning as they do in the STATISTICS section of mac(9E). See mac(9E) for more details of those statistics.

Receive rings should support the following statistics:

Transmit rings should support the following statitics:

The following example shows how a driver might structure its mri_stat() entry point.
#include <sys/mac_provider.h>

/*
 * Note, this example merely shows the structure of the function. For
 * the purpose of this example, we assume that we have a per-ring
 * structure which has members that indicate its stats and that it has a
 * lock which is used to serialize access to this data.
 */

static int
example_tx_ring_stat(mac_ring_driver_t rh, uint_t stat, uint64_t *val)
{
	example_tx_ring_t *etrp = arg;

	mutex_enter(&etrp->etrp_lock);
	switch (stat) {
	case MAC_STAT_OBYTES:
		*val = etrp->etrp_stats.eps_obytes;
		break;
	case MAC_STAT_OPACKETS:
		*val = etrp->etrp_stats.eps_opackets;
		break;
	default:
		mutex_exit(&etrp->etrp_lock);
		return (ENOTSUP);
	}
	mutex_exit(&etrp->etrp_lock);

	return (0);
}

static int
example_rx_ring_stat(mac_ring_driver_t rh, uint_t stat, uint64_t *val)
{
	example_rx_ring_t *errp = arg;

	mutex_enter(&errp->errp_lock);
	switch (stat) {
	case MAC_STAT_RBYTES:
		*val = errp->errp_stats.eps_ibytes;
		break;
	case MAC_STAT_IPACKETS:
		*val = errp->errp_stats.eps_ipackets;
		break;
	default:
		mutex_exit(&errp->errp_lock);
		return (ENOTSUP);
	}
	mutex_exit(&errp->errp_lock);

	return (0);
}

The device driver may return one of the following errors. While this list is not intended to be exhaustive, it is recommend to use one of these if possible.
The specified statistic is unknown, unsupported, or unimplemented.
A transport or DMA FM related error occurred while trying to sync data from the device.
The device is not currently in a state where it can currently service the request.

mac(9E), mac_capab_rings(9E), mc_getstat(9E), mr_rget(9E), mac_ring_info(9S)
July 2, 2022 OmniOS