|LDI_IOCTL(9F)||Kernel Functions for Drivers||LDI_IOCTL(9F)|
#include <sys/sunldi.h> int ldi_ioctl(ldi_handle_t lh, int cmd, intptr_t arg, int mode, cred_t *cr, int *rvalp);
The ldi_ioctl() function passes an ioctl request to the device entry point for the device specified by the layered handle. This operation is supported for block, character, and streams devices.
If arg is interpreted as a pointer (that is, as not an immediate value) and the data pointed to by arg is in the kernels address space, the FKIOCTL flag should be set. This indicates to the target driver that no data model conversion is necessary.
If the caller of ldi_ioctl() is not the originator of the ioctl data pointed to by arg, (for example, when passing on an ioctl request from a user process), the caller must pass on the mode parameter from the original ioctl. This is because the mode parameter contains the contains the FMODELS bits that enable the target driver to determine the data model of the process which originated the ioctl and perform any necessary conversions. See ddi_model_convert_from(9F) for more information.
For a general description of streams ioctls see streamio(7I). ldi_ioctl() supports a number of streams ioctls, using layered handles in the place of file descriptors. When issuing streams ioctls the FKIOCTL parameter should be specified. The possible return values for supported ioctl commands are also documented in streamio(7I).
The following streams ioctls are supported:
The ldi_ioctl() function returns 0 upon success. If a failure occurs before the request is passed on to the device, possible return values are shown below. Otherwise any other error number may be returned by the device.
These functions can be called from user or kernel context.
|June 3, 2003||OmniOS|