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+/*
+ * Copyright 2010 Tilera Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
+ *
+ * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
+ * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
+ * as published by the Free Software Foundation, version 2.
+ *
+ * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
+ * WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+ * MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, GOOD TITLE or
+ * NON INFRINGEMENT. See the GNU General Public License for
+ * more details.
+ */
+
+/**
+ * @file drv_xgbe_intf.h
+ * Interface to the hypervisor XGBE driver.
+ */
+
+#ifndef __DRV_XGBE_INTF_H__
+#define __DRV_XGBE_INTF_H__
+
+/**
+ * An object for forwarding VAs and PAs to the hypervisor.
+ * @ingroup types
+ *
+ * This allows the supervisor to specify a number of areas of memory to
+ * store packet buffers.
+ */
+typedef struct
+{
+ /** The physical address of the memory. */
+ HV_PhysAddr pa;
+ /** Page table entry for the memory. This is only used to derive the
+ * memory's caching mode; the PA bits are ignored. */
+ HV_PTE pte;
+ /** The virtual address of the memory. */
+ HV_VirtAddr va;
+ /** Size (in bytes) of the memory area. */
+ int size;
+
+}
+netio_ipp_address_t;
+
+/** The various pread/pwrite offsets into the hypervisor-level driver.
+ * @ingroup types
+ */
+typedef enum
+{
+ /** Inform the Linux driver of the address of the NetIO arena memory.
+ * This offset is actually only used to convey information from netio
+ * to the Linux driver; it never makes it from there to the hypervisor.
+ * Write-only; takes a uint32_t specifying the VA address. */
+ NETIO_FIXED_ADDR = 0x5000000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Inform the Linux driver of the size of the NetIO arena memory.
+ * This offset is actually only used to convey information from netio
+ * to the Linux driver; it never makes it from there to the hypervisor.
+ * Write-only; takes a uint32_t specifying the VA size. */
+ NETIO_FIXED_SIZE = 0x5100000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Register current tile with IPP. Write then read: write, takes a
+ * netio_input_config_t, read returns a pointer to a netio_queue_impl_t. */
+ NETIO_IPP_INPUT_REGISTER_OFF = 0x6000000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Unregister current tile from IPP. Write-only, takes a dummy argument. */
+ NETIO_IPP_INPUT_UNREGISTER_OFF = 0x6100000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Start packets flowing. Write-only, takes a dummy argument. */
+ NETIO_IPP_INPUT_INIT_OFF = 0x6200000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Stop packets flowing. Write-only, takes a dummy argument. */
+ NETIO_IPP_INPUT_UNINIT_OFF = 0x6300000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Configure group (typically we group on VLAN). Write-only: takes an
+ * array of netio_group_t's, low 24 bits of the offset is the base group
+ * number times the size of a netio_group_t. */
+ NETIO_IPP_INPUT_GROUP_CFG_OFF = 0x6400000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Configure bucket. Write-only: takes an array of netio_bucket_t's, low
+ * 24 bits of the offset is the base bucket number times the size of a
+ * netio_bucket_t. */
+ NETIO_IPP_INPUT_BUCKET_CFG_OFF = 0x6500000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Get/set a parameter. Read or write: read or write data is the parameter
+ * value, low 32 bits of the offset is a __netio_getset_offset_t. */
+ NETIO_IPP_PARAM_OFF = 0x6600000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Get fast I/O index. Read-only; returns a 4-byte base index value. */
+ NETIO_IPP_GET_FASTIO_OFF = 0x6700000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Configure hijack IP address. Packets with this IPv4 dest address
+ * go to bucket NETIO_NUM_BUCKETS - 1. Write-only: takes an IP address
+ * in some standard form. FIXME: Define the form! */
+ NETIO_IPP_INPUT_HIJACK_CFG_OFF = 0x6800000000000000ULL,
+
+ /**
+ * Offsets beyond this point are reserved for the supervisor (although that
+ * enforcement must be done by the supervisor driver itself).
+ */
+ NETIO_IPP_USER_MAX_OFF = 0x6FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFULL,
+
+ /** Register I/O memory. Write-only, takes a netio_ipp_address_t. */
+ NETIO_IPP_IOMEM_REGISTER_OFF = 0x7000000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Unregister I/O memory. Write-only, takes a netio_ipp_address_t. */
+ NETIO_IPP_IOMEM_UNREGISTER_OFF = 0x7100000000000000ULL,
+
+ /* Offsets greater than 0x7FFFFFFF can't be used directly from Linux
+ * userspace code due to limitations in the pread/pwrite syscalls. */
+
+ /** Drain LIPP buffers. */
+ NETIO_IPP_DRAIN_OFF = 0xFA00000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Supply a netio_ipp_address_t to be used as shared memory for the
+ * LEPP command queue. */
+ NETIO_EPP_SHM_OFF = 0xFB00000000000000ULL,
+
+ /* 0xFC... is currently unused. */
+
+ /** Stop IPP/EPP tiles. Write-only, takes a dummy argument. */
+ NETIO_IPP_STOP_SHIM_OFF = 0xFD00000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Start IPP/EPP tiles. Write-only, takes a dummy argument. */
+ NETIO_IPP_START_SHIM_OFF = 0xFE00000000000000ULL,
+
+ /** Supply packet arena. Write-only, takes an array of
+ * netio_ipp_address_t values. */
+ NETIO_IPP_ADDRESS_OFF = 0xFF00000000000000ULL,
+} netio_hv_offset_t;
+
+/** Extract the base offset from an offset */
+#define NETIO_BASE_OFFSET(off) ((off) & 0xFF00000000000000ULL)
+/** Extract the local offset from an offset */
+#define NETIO_LOCAL_OFFSET(off) ((off) & 0x00FFFFFFFFFFFFFFULL)
+
+
+/**
+ * Get/set offset.
+ */
+typedef union
+{
+ struct
+ {
+ uint64_t addr:48; /**< Class-specific address */
+ unsigned int class:8; /**< Class (e.g., NETIO_PARAM) */
+ unsigned int opcode:8; /**< High 8 bits of NETIO_IPP_PARAM_OFF */
+ }
+ bits; /**< Bitfields */
+ uint64_t word; /**< Aggregated value to use as the offset */
+}
+__netio_getset_offset_t;
+
+/**
+ * Fast I/O index offsets (must be contiguous).
+ */
+typedef enum
+{
+ NETIO_FASTIO_ALLOCATE = 0, /**< Get empty packet buffer */
+ NETIO_FASTIO_FREE_BUFFER = 1, /**< Give buffer back to IPP */
+ NETIO_FASTIO_RETURN_CREDITS = 2, /**< Give credits to IPP */
+ NETIO_FASTIO_SEND_PKT_NOCK = 3, /**< Send a packet, no checksum */
+ NETIO_FASTIO_SEND_PKT_CK = 4, /**< Send a packet, with checksum */
+ NETIO_FASTIO_SEND_PKT_VEC = 5, /**< Send a vector of packets */
+ NETIO_FASTIO_SENDV_PKT = 6, /**< Sendv one packet */
+ NETIO_FASTIO_NUM_INDEX = 7, /**< Total number of fast I/O indices */
+} netio_fastio_index_t;
+
+/** 3-word return type for Fast I/O call. */
+typedef struct
+{
+ int err; /**< Error code. */
+ uint32_t val0; /**< Value. Meaning depends upon the specific call. */
+ uint32_t val1; /**< Value. Meaning depends upon the specific call. */
+} netio_fastio_rv3_t;
+
+/** 0-argument fast I/O call */
+int __netio_fastio0(uint32_t fastio_index);
+/** 1-argument fast I/O call */
+int __netio_fastio1(uint32_t fastio_index, uint32_t arg0);
+/** 3-argument fast I/O call, 2-word return value */
+netio_fastio_rv3_t __netio_fastio3_rv3(uint32_t fastio_index, uint32_t arg0,
+ uint32_t arg1, uint32_t arg2);
+/** 4-argument fast I/O call */
+int __netio_fastio4(uint32_t fastio_index, uint32_t arg0, uint32_t arg1,
+ uint32_t arg2, uint32_t arg3);
+/** 6-argument fast I/O call */
+int __netio_fastio6(uint32_t fastio_index, uint32_t arg0, uint32_t arg1,
+ uint32_t arg2, uint32_t arg3, uint32_t arg4, uint32_t arg5);
+/** 9-argument fast I/O call */
+int __netio_fastio9(uint32_t fastio_index, uint32_t arg0, uint32_t arg1,
+ uint32_t arg2, uint32_t arg3, uint32_t arg4, uint32_t arg5,
+ uint32_t arg6, uint32_t arg7, uint32_t arg8);
+
+/** Allocate an empty packet.
+ * @param fastio_index Fast I/O index.
+ * @param size Size of the packet to allocate.
+ */
+#define __netio_fastio_allocate(fastio_index, size) \
+ __netio_fastio1((fastio_index) + NETIO_FASTIO_ALLOCATE, size)
+
+/** Free a buffer.
+ * @param fastio_index Fast I/O index.
+ * @param handle Handle for the packet to free.
+ */
+#define __netio_fastio_free_buffer(fastio_index, handle) \
+ __netio_fastio1((fastio_index) + NETIO_FASTIO_FREE_BUFFER, handle)
+
+/** Increment our receive credits.
+ * @param fastio_index Fast I/O index.
+ * @param credits Number of credits to add.
+ */
+#define __netio_fastio_return_credits(fastio_index, credits) \
+ __netio_fastio1((fastio_index) + NETIO_FASTIO_RETURN_CREDITS, credits)
+
+/** Send packet, no checksum.
+ * @param fastio_index Fast I/O index.
+ * @param ackflag Nonzero if we want an ack.
+ * @param size Size of the packet.
+ * @param va Virtual address of start of packet.
+ * @param handle Packet handle.
+ */
+#define __netio_fastio_send_pkt_nock(fastio_index, ackflag, size, va, handle) \
+ __netio_fastio4((fastio_index) + NETIO_FASTIO_SEND_PKT_NOCK, ackflag, \
+ size, va, handle)
+
+/** Send packet, calculate checksum.
+ * @param fastio_index Fast I/O index.
+ * @param ackflag Nonzero if we want an ack.
+ * @param size Size of the packet.
+ * @param va Virtual address of start of packet.
+ * @param handle Packet handle.
+ * @param csum0 Shim checksum header.
+ * @param csum1 Checksum seed.
+ */
+#define __netio_fastio_send_pkt_ck(fastio_index, ackflag, size, va, handle, \
+ csum0, csum1) \
+ __netio_fastio6((fastio_index) + NETIO_FASTIO_SEND_PKT_CK, ackflag, \
+ size, va, handle, csum0, csum1)
+
+
+/** Format for the "csum0" argument to the __netio_fastio_send routines
+ * and LEPP. Note that this is currently exactly identical to the
+ * ShimProtocolOffloadHeader.
+ */
+typedef union
+{
+ struct
+ {
+ unsigned int start_byte:7; /**< The first byte to be checksummed */
+ unsigned int count:14; /**< Number of bytes to be checksummed. */
+ unsigned int destination_byte:7; /**< The byte to write the checksum to. */
+ unsigned int reserved:4; /**< Reserved. */
+ } bits; /**< Decomposed method of access. */
+ unsigned int word; /**< To send out the IDN. */
+} __netio_checksum_header_t;
+
+
+/** Sendv packet with 1 or 2 segments.
+ * @param fastio_index Fast I/O index.
+ * @param flags Ack/csum/notify flags in low 3 bits; number of segments minus
+ * 1 in next 2 bits; expected checksum in high 16 bits.
+ * @param confno Confirmation number to request, if notify flag set.
+ * @param csum0 Checksum descriptor; if zero, no checksum.
+ * @param va_F Virtual address of first segment.
+ * @param va_L Virtual address of last segment, if 2 segments.
+ * @param len_F_L Length of first segment in low 16 bits; length of last
+ * segment, if 2 segments, in high 16 bits.
+ */
+#define __netio_fastio_sendv_pkt_1_2(fastio_index, flags, confno, csum0, \
+ va_F, va_L, len_F_L) \
+ __netio_fastio6((fastio_index) + NETIO_FASTIO_SENDV_PKT, flags, confno, \
+ csum0, va_F, va_L, len_F_L)
+
+/** Send packet on PCIe interface.
+ * @param fastio_index Fast I/O index.
+ * @param flags Ack/csum/notify flags in low 3 bits.
+ * @param confno Confirmation number to request, if notify flag set.
+ * @param csum0 Checksum descriptor; Hard wired 0, not needed for PCIe.
+ * @param va_F Virtual address of the packet buffer.
+ * @param va_L Virtual address of last segment, if 2 segments. Hard wired 0.
+ * @param len_F_L Length of the packet buffer in low 16 bits.
+ */
+#define __netio_fastio_send_pcie_pkt(fastio_index, flags, confno, csum0, \
+ va_F, va_L, len_F_L) \
+ __netio_fastio6((fastio_index) + PCIE_FASTIO_SENDV_PKT, flags, confno, \
+ csum0, va_F, va_L, len_F_L)
+
+/** Sendv packet with 3 or 4 segments.
+ * @param fastio_index Fast I/O index.
+ * @param flags Ack/csum/notify flags in low 3 bits; number of segments minus
+ * 1 in next 2 bits; expected checksum in high 16 bits.
+ * @param confno Confirmation number to request, if notify flag set.
+ * @param csum0 Checksum descriptor; if zero, no checksum.
+ * @param va_F Virtual address of first segment.
+ * @param va_L Virtual address of last segment (third segment if 3 segments,
+ * fourth segment if 4 segments).
+ * @param len_F_L Length of first segment in low 16 bits; length of last
+ * segment in high 16 bits.
+ * @param va_M0 Virtual address of "middle 0" segment; this segment is sent
+ * second when there are three segments, and third if there are four.
+ * @param va_M1 Virtual address of "middle 1" segment; this segment is sent
+ * second when there are four segments.
+ * @param len_M0_M1 Length of middle 0 segment in low 16 bits; length of middle
+ * 1 segment, if 4 segments, in high 16 bits.
+ */
+#define __netio_fastio_sendv_pkt_3_4(fastio_index, flags, confno, csum0, va_F, \
+ va_L, len_F_L, va_M0, va_M1, len_M0_M1) \
+ __netio_fastio9((fastio_index) + NETIO_FASTIO_SENDV_PKT, flags, confno, \
+ csum0, va_F, va_L, len_F_L, va_M0, va_M1, len_M0_M1)
+
+/** Send vector of packets.
+ * @param fastio_index Fast I/O index.
+ * @param seqno Number of packets transmitted so far on this interface;
+ * used to decide which packets should be acknowledged.
+ * @param nentries Number of entries in vector.
+ * @param va Virtual address of start of vector entry array.
+ * @return 3-word netio_fastio_rv3_t structure. The structure's err member
+ * is an error code, or zero if no error. The val0 member is the
+ * updated value of seqno; it has been incremented by 1 for each
+ * packet sent. That increment may be less than nentries if an
+ * error occured, or if some of the entries in the vector contain
+ * handles equal to NETIO_PKT_HANDLE_NONE. The val1 member is the
+ * updated value of nentries; it has been decremented by 1 for each
+ * vector entry processed. Again, that decrement may be less than
+ * nentries (leaving the returned value positive) if an error
+ * occurred.
+ */
+#define __netio_fastio_send_pkt_vec(fastio_index, seqno, nentries, va) \
+ __netio_fastio3_rv3((fastio_index) + NETIO_FASTIO_SEND_PKT_VEC, seqno, \
+ nentries, va)
+
+
+/** An egress DMA command for LEPP. */
+typedef struct
+{
+ /** Is this a TSO transfer?
+ *
+ * NOTE: This field is always 0, to distinguish it from
+ * lepp_tso_cmd_t. It must come first!
+ */
+ uint8_t tso : 1;
+
+ /** Unused padding bits. */
+ uint8_t _unused : 3;
+
+ /** Should this packet be sent directly from caches instead of DRAM,
+ * using hash-for-home to locate the packet data?
+ */
+ uint8_t hash_for_home : 1;
+
+ /** Should we compute a checksum? */
+ uint8_t compute_checksum : 1;
+
+ /** Is this the final buffer for this packet?
+ *
+ * A single packet can be split over several input buffers (a "gather"
+ * operation). This flag indicates that this is the last buffer
+ * in a packet.
+ */
+ uint8_t end_of_packet : 1;
+
+ /** Should LEPP advance 'comp_busy' when this DMA is fully finished? */
+ uint8_t send_completion : 1;
+
+ /** High bits of Client Physical Address of the start of the buffer
+ * to be egressed.
+ *
+ * NOTE: Only 6 bits are actually needed here, as CPAs are
+ * currently 38 bits. So two bits could be scavenged from this.
+ */
+ uint8_t cpa_hi;
+
+ /** The number of bytes to be egressed. */
+ uint16_t length;
+
+ /** Low 32 bits of Client Physical Address of the start of the buffer
+ * to be egressed.
+ */
+ uint32_t cpa_lo;
+
+ /** Checksum information (only used if 'compute_checksum'). */
+ __netio_checksum_header_t checksum_data;
+
+} lepp_cmd_t;
+
+
+/** A chunk of physical memory for a TSO egress. */
+typedef struct
+{
+ /** The low bits of the CPA. */
+ uint32_t cpa_lo;
+ /** The high bits of the CPA. */
+ uint16_t cpa_hi : 15;
+ /** Should this packet be sent directly from caches instead of DRAM,
+ * using hash-for-home to locate the packet data?
+ */
+ uint16_t hash_for_home : 1;
+ /** The length in bytes. */
+ uint16_t length;
+} lepp_frag_t;
+
+
+/** An LEPP command that handles TSO. */
+typedef struct
+{
+ /** Is this a TSO transfer?
+ *
+ * NOTE: This field is always 1, to distinguish it from
+ * lepp_cmd_t. It must come first!
+ */
+ uint8_t tso : 1;
+
+ /** Unused padding bits. */
+ uint8_t _unused : 7;
+
+ /** Size of the header[] array in bytes. It must be in the range
+ * [40, 127], which are the smallest header for a TCP packet over
+ * Ethernet and the maximum possible prepend size supported by
+ * hardware, respectively. Note that the array storage must be
+ * padded out to a multiple of four bytes so that the following
+ * LEPP command is aligned properly.
+ */
+ uint8_t header_size;
+
+ /** Byte offset of the IP header in header[]. */
+ uint8_t ip_offset;
+
+ /** Byte offset of the TCP header in header[]. */
+ uint8_t tcp_offset;
+
+ /** The number of bytes to use for the payload of each packet,
+ * except of course the last one, which may not have enough bytes.
+ * This means that each Ethernet packet except the last will have a
+ * size of header_size + payload_size.
+ */
+ uint16_t payload_size;
+
+ /** The length of the 'frags' array that follows this struct. */
+ uint16_t num_frags;
+
+ /** The actual frags. */
+ lepp_frag_t frags[0 /* Variable-sized; num_frags entries. */];
+
+ /*
+ * The packet header template logically follows frags[],
+ * but you can't declare that in C.
+ *
+ * uint32_t header[header_size_in_words_rounded_up];
+ */
+
+} lepp_tso_cmd_t;
+
+
+/** An LEPP completion ring entry. */
+typedef void* lepp_comp_t;
+
+
+/** Maximum number of frags for one TSO command. This is adapted from
+ * linux's "MAX_SKB_FRAGS", and presumably over-estimates by one, for
+ * our page size of exactly 65536. We add one for a "body" fragment.
+ */
+#define LEPP_MAX_FRAGS (65536 / HV_PAGE_SIZE_SMALL + 2 + 1)
+
+/** Total number of bytes needed for an lepp_tso_cmd_t. */
+#define LEPP_TSO_CMD_SIZE(num_frags, header_size) \
+ (sizeof(lepp_tso_cmd_t) + \
+ (num_frags) * sizeof(lepp_frag_t) + \
+ (((header_size) + 3) & -4))
+
+/** The size of the lepp "cmd" queue. */
+#define LEPP_CMD_QUEUE_BYTES \
+ (((CHIP_L2_CACHE_SIZE() - 2 * CHIP_L2_LINE_SIZE()) / \
+ (sizeof(lepp_cmd_t) + sizeof(lepp_comp_t))) * sizeof(lepp_cmd_t))
+
+/** The largest possible command that can go in lepp_queue_t::cmds[]. */
+#define LEPP_MAX_CMD_SIZE LEPP_TSO_CMD_SIZE(LEPP_MAX_FRAGS, 128)
+
+/** The largest possible value of lepp_queue_t::cmd_{head, tail} (inclusive).
+ */
+#define LEPP_CMD_LIMIT \
+ (LEPP_CMD_QUEUE_BYTES - LEPP_MAX_CMD_SIZE)
+
+/** The maximum number of completions in an LEPP queue. */
+#define LEPP_COMP_QUEUE_SIZE \
+ ((LEPP_CMD_LIMIT + sizeof(lepp_cmd_t) - 1) / sizeof(lepp_cmd_t))
+
+/** Increment an index modulo the queue size. */
+#define LEPP_QINC(var) \
+ (var = __insn_mnz(var - (LEPP_COMP_QUEUE_SIZE - 1), var + 1))
+
+/** A queue used to convey egress commands from the client to LEPP. */
+typedef struct
+{
+ /** Index of first completion not yet processed by user code.
+ * If this is equal to comp_busy, there are no such completions.
+ *
+ * NOTE: This is only read/written by the user.
+ */
+ unsigned int comp_head;
+
+ /** Index of first completion record not yet completed.
+ * If this is equal to comp_tail, there are no such completions.
+ * This index gets advanced (modulo LEPP_QUEUE_SIZE) whenever
+ * a command with the 'completion' bit set is finished.
+ *
+ * NOTE: This is only written by LEPP, only read by the user.
+ */
+ volatile unsigned int comp_busy;
+
+ /** Index of the first empty slot in the completion ring.
+ * Entries from this up to but not including comp_head (in ring order)
+ * can be filled in with completion data.
+ *
+ * NOTE: This is only read/written by the user.
+ */
+ unsigned int comp_tail;
+
+ /** Byte index of first command enqueued for LEPP but not yet processed.
+ *
+ * This is always divisible by sizeof(void*) and always <= LEPP_CMD_LIMIT.
+ *
+ * NOTE: LEPP advances this counter as soon as it no longer needs
+ * the cmds[] storage for this entry, but the transfer is not actually
+ * complete (i.e. the buffer pointed to by the command is no longer
+ * needed) until comp_busy advances.
+ *
+ * If this is equal to cmd_tail, the ring is empty.
+ *
+ * NOTE: This is only written by LEPP, only read by the user.
+ */
+ volatile unsigned int cmd_head;
+
+ /** Byte index of first empty slot in the command ring. This field can
+ * be incremented up to but not equal to cmd_head (because that would
+ * mean the ring is empty).
+ *
+ * This is always divisible by sizeof(void*) and always <= LEPP_CMD_LIMIT.
+ *
+ * NOTE: This is read/written by the user, only read by LEPP.
+ */
+ volatile unsigned int cmd_tail;
+
+ /** A ring of variable-sized egress DMA commands.
+ *
+ * NOTE: Only written by the user, only read by LEPP.
+ */
+ char cmds[LEPP_CMD_QUEUE_BYTES]
+ __attribute__((aligned(CHIP_L2_LINE_SIZE())));
+
+ /** A ring of user completion data.
+ * NOTE: Only read/written by the user.
+ */
+ lepp_comp_t comps[LEPP_COMP_QUEUE_SIZE]
+ __attribute__((aligned(CHIP_L2_LINE_SIZE())));
+} lepp_queue_t;
+
+
+/** An internal helper function for determining the number of entries
+ * available in a ring buffer, given that there is one sentinel.
+ */
+static inline unsigned int
+_lepp_num_free_slots(unsigned int head, unsigned int tail)
+{
+ /*
+ * One entry is reserved for use as a sentinel, to distinguish
+ * "empty" from "full". So we compute
+ * (head - tail - 1) % LEPP_QUEUE_SIZE, but without using a slow % operation.
+ */
+ return (head - tail - 1) + ((head <= tail) ? LEPP_COMP_QUEUE_SIZE : 0);
+}
+
+
+/** Returns how many new comp entries can be enqueued. */
+static inline unsigned int
+lepp_num_free_comp_slots(const lepp_queue_t* q)
+{
+ return _lepp_num_free_slots(q->comp_head, q->comp_tail);
+}
+
+static inline int
+lepp_qsub(int v1, int v2)
+{
+ int delta = v1 - v2;
+ return delta + ((delta >> 31) & LEPP_COMP_QUEUE_SIZE);
+}
+
+
+/** FIXME: Check this from linux, via a new "pwrite()" call. */
+#define LIPP_VERSION 1
+
+
+/** We use exactly two bytes of alignment padding. */
+#define LIPP_PACKET_PADDING 2
+
+/** The minimum size of a "small" buffer (including the padding). */
+#define LIPP_SMALL_PACKET_SIZE 128
+
+/*
+ * NOTE: The following two values should total to less than around
+ * 13582, to keep the total size used for "lipp_state_t" below 64K.
+ */
+
+/** The maximum number of "small" buffers.
+ * This is enough for 53 network cpus with 128 credits. Note that
+ * if these are exhausted, we will fall back to using large buffers.
+ */
+#define LIPP_SMALL_BUFFERS 6785
+
+/** The maximum number of "large" buffers.
+ * This is enough for 53 network cpus with 128 credits.
+ */
+#define LIPP_LARGE_BUFFERS 6785
+
+#endif /* __DRV_XGBE_INTF_H__ */