sys/arch/alpha/pci/irongatereg.h
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/* $NetBSD: irongatereg.h,v 1.3 2008/04/28 20:23:11 martin Exp $ */

/*-
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 *
 * This code is derived from software contributed to The NetBSD Foundation
 * by Jason R. Thorpe.
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 */

/*
 * Register definitions for the AMD 751 (``Irongate'') core logic
 * chipset.
 */

/*
 * Address map.
 *
 * This from the Tsunami address map:
 * EV6 has a new superpage which can pass through 44 address bits.  (Umm, a
 * superduperpage?) But, the firmware doesn't turn it on, so we use the old
 * one and let the HW sign extend va/pa<40> to get us the pa<43> that makes
 * the needed I/O space access. This is just as well; it means we don't have
 * to worry about which GENERIC code might get called on other CPU models.
 *
 *	E.g., we want this:		0x0801##fc00##0000
 *	We use this:			0x0101##fc00##0000
 *	...mix in the old SP:     0xffff##fc00##0000##0000
 *	...after PA sign ext:     0xffff##ff01##fc00##0000
 *	(PA<42:41> ignored)
 *
 * PCI memory and RAM:			0000.0000.0000
 * IACK					0001.f800.0000
 * PCI I/O:				0001.fc00.0000
 * AMD 751 (also in PCI config space):	0001.fe00.0000
 */

/*
 * This hack allows us to map the I/O address space without using
 * the KSEG sign extension hack.
 */
#define	IRONGATE_PHYSADDR(x)						\
	(((x) & ~0x0100##0000##0000) | 0x0800##0000##0000)

#define	IRONGATE_KSEG_BIAS	0x0100##0000##0000UL

#define	IRONGATE_MEM_BASE	(IRONGATE_KSEG_BIAS | 0x0000##0000##0000UL)
#define	IRONGATE_IACK_BASE	(IRONGATE_KSEG_BIAS | 0x0001##f800##0000UL)
#define	IRONGATE_IO_BASE	(IRONGATE_KSEG_BIAS | 0x0001##fc00##0000UL)
#define	IRONGATE_SELF_BASE	(IRONGATE_KSEG_BIAS | 0x0001##fe00##0000UL)

/*
 * PCI configuration register access using done by using
 * ``configuration mode 1'' (in PC lingo), using the I/O
 * space addresses described in the PCI Local Bus Specification
 * Revision 2.2.
 */
#define	IRONGATE_CONFADDR	0x0cf8
#define	IRONGATE_CONFDATA	0x0cfc

#define	CONFADDR_ENABLE		0x80000000U

/*
 * The AMD 751 PCI-Host bridge is located at device 0, and the
 * AGP controller (seen as a PCI-PCI bridge) is at device 1.
 */
#define	IRONGATE_PCIHOST_DEV	0
#define	IRONGATE_PCIAGP_DEV	1