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authorH. Peter Anvin <hpa@zytor.com>2009-02-17 20:17:17 -0800
committerH. Peter Anvin <hpa@zytor.com>2009-02-17 20:17:17 -0800
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Update gPXE to version 0.9.6+ 277b84c6e7d49f3cf01c855007f591de8c7cb75f
Update gPXE to version 0.9.6+, from commit 277b84c6e7d49f3cf01c855007f591de8c7cb75f in the main gPXE repository. The only differences is src/config/general.h which has a few protocols added, and src/arch/i386/prefix/boot1a.S which was called boot1a.s in the upstream repository.
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+/** @file
+ *
+ * PXE Preboot API
+ *
+ */
+
+/* PXE API interface for Etherboot.
+ *
+ * Copyright (C) 2004 Michael Brown <mbrown@fensystems.co.uk>.
+ *
+ * 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; either version 2 of the
+ * License, or any later version.
+ *
+ * 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. See the GNU
+ * General Public License for more details.
+ *
+ * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+ * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
+ * Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
+ */
+
+#include <stdint.h>
+#include <string.h>
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <gpxe/uaccess.h>
+#include <gpxe/dhcp.h>
+#include <gpxe/fakedhcp.h>
+#include <gpxe/device.h>
+#include <gpxe/netdevice.h>
+#include <gpxe/isapnp.h>
+#include <gpxe/init.h>
+#include <gpxe/if_ether.h>
+#include <basemem_packet.h>
+#include "pxe.h"
+#include "pxe_call.h"
+
+/* Avoid dragging in isapnp.o unnecessarily */
+uint16_t isapnp_read_port;
+
+/** Zero-based versions of PXENV_GET_CACHED_INFO::PacketType */
+enum pxe_cached_info_indices {
+ CACHED_INFO_DHCPDISCOVER = ( PXENV_PACKET_TYPE_DHCP_DISCOVER - 1 ),
+ CACHED_INFO_DHCPACK = ( PXENV_PACKET_TYPE_DHCP_ACK - 1 ),
+ CACHED_INFO_BINL = ( PXENV_PACKET_TYPE_CACHED_REPLY - 1 ),
+ NUM_CACHED_INFOS
+};
+
+/** A cached DHCP packet */
+union pxe_cached_info {
+ struct dhcphdr dhcphdr;
+ /* This buffer must be *exactly* the size of a BOOTPLAYER_t
+ * structure, otherwise WinPE will die horribly. It takes the
+ * size of *our* buffer and feeds it in to us as the size of
+ * one of *its* buffers. If our buffer is larger than it
+ * expects, we therefore end up overwriting part of its data
+ * segment, since it tells us to do so. (D'oh!)
+ *
+ * Note that a BOOTPLAYER_t is not necessarily large enough to
+ * hold a DHCP packet; this is a flaw in the PXE spec.
+ */
+ BOOTPLAYER_t packet;
+} __attribute__ (( packed ));
+
+/** A PXE DHCP packet creator */
+struct pxe_dhcp_packet_creator {
+ /** Create DHCP packet
+ *
+ * @v netdev Network device
+ * @v data Buffer for DHCP packet
+ * @v max_len Size of DHCP packet buffer
+ * @ret rc Return status code
+ */
+ int ( * create ) ( struct net_device *netdev, void *data,
+ size_t max_len );
+};
+
+/** PXE DHCP packet creators */
+static struct pxe_dhcp_packet_creator pxe_dhcp_packet_creators[] = {
+ [CACHED_INFO_DHCPDISCOVER] = { create_fakedhcpdiscover },
+ [CACHED_INFO_DHCPACK] = { create_fakedhcpack },
+ [CACHED_INFO_BINL] = { create_fakepxebsack },
+};
+
+/* The case in which the caller doesn't supply a buffer is really
+ * awkward to support given that we have multiple sources of options,
+ * and that we don't actually store the DHCP packets. (We may not
+ * even have performed DHCP; we may have obtained all configuration
+ * from non-volatile stored options or from the command line.)
+ *
+ * Some NBPs rely on the buffers we provide being persistent, so we
+ * can't just use the temporary packet buffer. 4.5kB of base memory
+ * always wasted just because some clients are too lazy to provide
+ * their own buffers...
+ */
+static union pxe_cached_info __bss16_array ( cached_info, [NUM_CACHED_INFOS] );
+#define cached_info __use_data16 ( cached_info )
+
+/**
+ * Set PXE cached TFTP filename
+ *
+ * @v filename TFTP filename
+ *
+ * This is a bug-for-bug compatibility hack needed in order to work
+ * with Microsoft Remote Installation Services (RIS). The filename
+ * used in a call to PXENV_RESTART_TFTP or PXENV_TFTP_READ_FILE must
+ * be returned as the DHCP filename in subsequent calls to
+ * PXENV_GET_CACHED_INFO.
+ */
+void pxe_set_cached_filename ( const unsigned char *filename ) {
+ memcpy ( cached_info[CACHED_INFO_DHCPACK].dhcphdr.file, filename,
+ sizeof ( cached_info[CACHED_INFO_DHCPACK].dhcphdr.file ) );
+ memcpy ( cached_info[CACHED_INFO_BINL].dhcphdr.file, filename,
+ sizeof ( cached_info[CACHED_INFO_BINL].dhcphdr.file ) );
+}
+
+/**
+ * UNLOAD BASE CODE STACK
+ *
+ * @v None -
+ * @ret ...
+ *
+ */
+PXENV_EXIT_t pxenv_unload_stack ( struct s_PXENV_UNLOAD_STACK *unload_stack ) {
+ DBG ( "PXENV_UNLOAD_STACK" );
+
+ unload_stack->Status = PXENV_STATUS_SUCCESS;
+ return PXENV_EXIT_SUCCESS;
+}
+
+/* PXENV_GET_CACHED_INFO
+ *
+ * Status: working
+ */
+PXENV_EXIT_t pxenv_get_cached_info ( struct s_PXENV_GET_CACHED_INFO
+ *get_cached_info ) {
+ struct pxe_dhcp_packet_creator *creator;
+ union pxe_cached_info *info;
+ unsigned int idx;
+ size_t len;
+ userptr_t buffer;
+ int rc;
+
+ DBG ( "PXENV_GET_CACHED_INFO %d", get_cached_info->PacketType );
+
+ DBG ( " to %04x:%04x+%x", get_cached_info->Buffer.segment,
+ get_cached_info->Buffer.offset, get_cached_info->BufferSize );
+
+ /* Sanity check */
+ idx = ( get_cached_info->PacketType - 1 );
+ if ( idx >= NUM_CACHED_INFOS ) {
+ DBG ( " bad PacketType" );
+ goto err;
+ }
+ info = &cached_info[idx];
+
+ /* Construct cached version of packet, if not already constructed. */
+ if ( ! info->dhcphdr.op ) {
+ /* Construct DHCP packet */
+ creator = &pxe_dhcp_packet_creators[idx];
+ if ( ( rc = creator->create ( pxe_netdev, info,
+ sizeof ( *info ) ) ) != 0 ) {
+ DBG ( " failed to build packet" );
+ goto err;
+ }
+ }
+
+ len = get_cached_info->BufferSize;
+ if ( len == 0 ) {
+ /* Point client at our cached buffer.
+ *
+ * To add to the fun, Intel decided at some point in
+ * the evolution of the PXE specification to add the
+ * BufferLimit field, which we are meant to fill in
+ * with the length of our packet buffer, so that the
+ * caller can safely modify the boot server reply
+ * packet stored therein. However, this field was not
+ * present in earlier versions of the PXE spec, and
+ * there is at least one PXE NBP (Altiris) which
+ * allocates only exactly enough space for this
+ * earlier, shorter version of the structure. If we
+ * actually fill in the BufferLimit field, we
+ * therefore risk trashing random areas of the
+ * caller's memory. If we *don't* fill it in, then
+ * the caller is at liberty to assume that whatever
+ * random value happened to be in that location
+ * represents the length of the buffer we've just
+ * passed back to it.
+ *
+ * Since older PXE stacks won't fill this field in
+ * anyway, it's probably safe to assume that no
+ * callers actually rely on it, so we choose to not
+ * fill it in.
+ */
+ get_cached_info->Buffer.segment = rm_ds;
+ get_cached_info->Buffer.offset = __from_data16 ( info );
+ get_cached_info->BufferSize = sizeof ( *info );
+ DBG ( " returning %04x:%04x+%04x['%x']",
+ get_cached_info->Buffer.segment,
+ get_cached_info->Buffer.offset,
+ get_cached_info->BufferSize,
+ get_cached_info->BufferLimit );
+ } else {
+ /* Copy packet to client buffer */
+ if ( len > sizeof ( *info ) )
+ len = sizeof ( *info );
+ if ( len < sizeof ( *info ) )
+ DBG ( " buffer may be too short" );
+ buffer = real_to_user ( get_cached_info->Buffer.segment,
+ get_cached_info->Buffer.offset );
+ copy_to_user ( buffer, 0, info, len );
+ get_cached_info->BufferSize = len;
+ }
+
+ get_cached_info->Status = PXENV_STATUS_SUCCESS;
+ return PXENV_EXIT_SUCCESS;
+
+ err:
+ get_cached_info->Status = PXENV_STATUS_OUT_OF_RESOURCES;
+ return PXENV_EXIT_FAILURE;
+}
+
+/* PXENV_RESTART_TFTP
+ *
+ * Status: working
+ */
+PXENV_EXIT_t pxenv_restart_tftp ( struct s_PXENV_TFTP_READ_FILE
+ *restart_tftp ) {
+ PXENV_EXIT_t tftp_exit;
+
+ DBG ( "PXENV_RESTART_TFTP " );
+
+ /* Intel bug-for-bug hack */
+ pxe_set_cached_filename ( restart_tftp->FileName );
+
+ /* Words cannot describe the complete mismatch between the PXE
+ * specification and any possible version of reality...
+ */
+ restart_tftp->Buffer = PXE_LOAD_PHYS; /* Fixed by spec, apparently */
+ restart_tftp->BufferSize = ( 0xa0000 - PXE_LOAD_PHYS ); /* Near enough */
+ tftp_exit = pxenv_tftp_read_file ( restart_tftp );
+ if ( tftp_exit != PXENV_EXIT_SUCCESS )
+ return tftp_exit;
+
+ /* Fire up the new NBP */
+ restart_tftp->Status = pxe_start_nbp();
+
+ /* Not sure what "SUCCESS" actually means, since we can only
+ * return if the new NBP failed to boot...
+ */
+ return PXENV_EXIT_SUCCESS;
+}
+
+/* PXENV_START_UNDI
+ *
+ * Status: working
+ */
+PXENV_EXIT_t pxenv_start_undi ( struct s_PXENV_START_UNDI *start_undi ) {
+ unsigned int bus_type;
+ unsigned int location;
+ struct net_device *netdev;
+
+ DBG ( "PXENV_START_UNDI %04x:%04x:%04x",
+ start_undi->AX, start_undi->BX, start_undi->DX );
+
+ /* Determine bus type and location. Use a heuristic to decide
+ * whether we are PCI or ISAPnP
+ */
+ if ( ( start_undi->DX >= ISAPNP_READ_PORT_MIN ) &&
+ ( start_undi->DX <= ISAPNP_READ_PORT_MAX ) &&
+ ( start_undi->BX >= ISAPNP_CSN_MIN ) &&
+ ( start_undi->BX <= ISAPNP_CSN_MAX ) ) {
+ bus_type = BUS_TYPE_ISAPNP;
+ location = start_undi->BX;
+ /* Record ISAPnP read port for use by isapnp.c */
+ isapnp_read_port = start_undi->DX;
+ } else {
+ bus_type = BUS_TYPE_PCI;
+ location = start_undi->AX;
+ }
+
+ /* Probe for devices, etc. */
+ startup();
+
+ /* Look for a matching net device */
+ netdev = find_netdev_by_location ( bus_type, location );
+ if ( ! netdev ) {
+ DBG ( " no net device found" );
+ start_undi->Status = PXENV_STATUS_UNDI_CANNOT_INITIALIZE_NIC;
+ return PXENV_EXIT_FAILURE;
+ }
+ DBG ( " using netdev %s", netdev->name );
+
+ /* Save as PXE net device */
+ pxe_set_netdev ( netdev );
+
+ /* Hook INT 1A */
+ pxe_hook_int1a();
+
+ start_undi->Status = PXENV_STATUS_SUCCESS;
+ return PXENV_EXIT_SUCCESS;
+}
+
+/* PXENV_STOP_UNDI
+ *
+ * Status: working
+ */
+PXENV_EXIT_t pxenv_stop_undi ( struct s_PXENV_STOP_UNDI *stop_undi ) {
+ DBG ( "PXENV_STOP_UNDI" );
+
+ /* Unhook INT 1A */
+ pxe_unhook_int1a();
+
+ /* Clear PXE net device */
+ pxe_set_netdev ( NULL );
+
+ /* Prepare for unload */
+ shutdown ( SHUTDOWN_BOOT );
+
+ stop_undi->Status = PXENV_STATUS_SUCCESS;
+ return PXENV_EXIT_SUCCESS;
+}
+
+/* PXENV_START_BASE
+ *
+ * Status: won't implement (requires major structural changes)
+ */
+PXENV_EXIT_t pxenv_start_base ( struct s_PXENV_START_BASE *start_base ) {
+ DBG ( "PXENV_START_BASE" );
+
+ start_base->Status = PXENV_STATUS_UNSUPPORTED;
+ return PXENV_EXIT_FAILURE;
+}
+
+/* PXENV_STOP_BASE
+ *
+ * Status: working
+ */
+PXENV_EXIT_t pxenv_stop_base ( struct s_PXENV_STOP_BASE *stop_base ) {
+ DBG ( "PXENV_STOP_BASE" );
+
+ /* The only time we will be called is when the NBP is trying
+ * to shut down the PXE stack. There's nothing we need to do
+ * in this call.
+ */
+
+ stop_base->Status = PXENV_STATUS_SUCCESS;
+ return PXENV_EXIT_SUCCESS;
+}