usba_hcdi_register_args, usba_hcdi_register_args_t
USB HCD driver registration

#include <sys/usb/usba/hcdi.h>

Volatile - illumos USB HCD private

This is a private data structure that is not part of the stable DDI. It may be removed or changed at any time.

The usba_hcdi_register_args_t structure is used by USB HCD device drivers to register with the USBA framework.

The structure is used with the usba_hcdi_register(9F) function. Device drivers may statically allocate this structure on the stack. It does not need to be allocated on the heap or used beyond the call to usba_hcdi_register(9F).

For more information on the HCD device driver initialization process, see usba_hcdi(9E).

The usba_hcdi_register_args_t structure has the following members:
uint_t			usba_hcdi_register_version;
dev_info_t		*usba_hcdi_register_dip;
usba_hcdi_ops_t		*usba_hcdi_register_ops;
ddi_dma_attr_t		*usba_hcdi_register_dma_attr;
ddi_iblock_cookie_t	usba_hcdi_register_iblock_cookie;

The usba_hcdi_register_version function should be set to the value of the pre-processor macro HCDI_REGISTER_VERSION. This ensures that if future revisions to this structure are made, existing drivers should continue to function. Note, that this structure is Volatile. Support for older versions or drastic changes may occur at any time and this should not be relied on nor construed as a guarantee against such changes.

The usba_hcdi_register_dip should be set to the dev_info_t of the device driver instance that is registering with the USBA.

The usba_hcdi_register_ops member is a structure of entry points for the USBA framework to call into the USB framework. It should be allocated with a call to usba_alloc_hcdi_ops(9F) and released with a call to usba_free_hcdi_ops(9F), after the driver has called usba_hcdi_register(9F).

Please see usba_hcdi_ops(9S) for more information on the members of the structure and for more information on how they should be filled in.

The usba_hcdi_register_dma_attr member should be a pointer to a set of DMA attributes. These DMA attributes will be used by a subset of client device drivers to perform allocations, in particular scsa2usb. In general, try to make sure that these DMA attributes are valid for more transforms, though these will generally be used for bulk transfers.

The usba_hcdi_register_iblock_cookie members should be filed in with the general interrupt priority of the device driver after it has allocated interrupts. Device drivers may obtain the priority by calling ddi_intr_get_pri(9F) and then casting the obtained interrupt priority to the ddi_iblock_cookie_t.

usba_hcdi(9E), ddi_intr_get_pri(9F), usba_alloc_hcdi_ops(9F), usba_free_hcdi_ops(9F), usba_hcdi_register(9F), usba_hcdi_ops(9S)
November 26, 2017 OmniOS