isci: merge smp request substates into primary state machine
Dan Williams [Tue, 10 May 2011 09:28:48 +0000 (02:28 -0700)]
Remove usage of the request substate machine for smp requests identified by:
task->task_proto == SAS_PROTOCOL_SMP

While merging over the smp_request infrastructure noticed that all the
assign buffer implementations are now equal, so moved it to
scic_sds_general_request_construct.

Reported-by: Christoph Hellwig <hch@lst.de>
Signed-off-by: Dan Williams <dan.j.williams@intel.com>

drivers/scsi/isci/Makefile
drivers/scsi/isci/request.c
drivers/scsi/isci/request.h
drivers/scsi/isci/smp_request.c [deleted file]
drivers/scsi/isci/stp_request.c

index 43d2c05..be2b67d 100644 (file)
@@ -7,5 +7,4 @@ isci-objs := init.o phy.o request.o sata.o \
             remote_node_table.o \
             unsolicited_frame_control.o \
             stp_request.o \
-            smp_request.o \
             port_config.o \
index 5f51681..5201dc5 100644 (file)
@@ -158,12 +158,6 @@ void scic_sds_request_build_sgl(struct scic_sds_request *sds_request)
        }
 }
 
-static void scic_sds_ssp_io_request_assign_buffers(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req)
-{
-       if (sci_req->was_tag_assigned_by_user == false)
-               sci_req->task_context_buffer = &sci_req->tc;
-}
-
 static void scic_sds_io_request_build_ssp_command_iu(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req)
 {
        struct ssp_cmd_iu *cmd_iu;
@@ -341,12 +335,6 @@ static void scu_ssp_io_request_construct_task_context(
                scic_sds_request_build_sgl(sci_req);
 }
 
-static void scic_sds_ssp_task_request_assign_buffers(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req)
-{
-       if (sci_req->was_tag_assigned_by_user == false)
-               sci_req->task_context_buffer = &sci_req->tc;
-}
-
 /**
  * This method will fill in the SCU Task Context for a SSP Task request.  The
  *    following important settings are utilized: -# priority ==
@@ -1261,6 +1249,196 @@ static enum sci_status scic_sds_ssp_task_request_await_tc_response_frame_handler
        return SCI_SUCCESS;
 }
 
+/**
+ * This method processes an abnormal TC completion while the SMP request is
+ *    waiting for a response frame.  It decides what happened to the IO based
+ *    on TC completion status.
+ * @sci_req: This parameter specifies the request for which the TC
+ *    completion was received.
+ * @completion_code: This parameter indicates the completion status information
+ *    for the TC.
+ *
+ * Indicate if the tc completion handler was successful. SCI_SUCCESS currently
+ * this method always returns success.
+ */
+static enum sci_status scic_sds_smp_request_await_response_tc_completion_handler(
+       struct scic_sds_request *sci_req,
+       u32 completion_code)
+{
+       switch (SCU_GET_COMPLETION_TL_STATUS(completion_code)) {
+       case SCU_MAKE_COMPLETION_STATUS(SCU_TASK_DONE_GOOD):
+               /*
+                * In the AWAIT RESPONSE state, any TC completion is unexpected.
+                * but if the TC has success status, we complete the IO anyway. */
+               scic_sds_request_set_status(
+                       sci_req, SCU_TASK_DONE_GOOD, SCI_SUCCESS
+                       );
+
+               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(
+                       &sci_req->state_machine,
+                       SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED);
+               break;
+
+       case SCU_MAKE_COMPLETION_STATUS(SCU_TASK_DONE_SMP_RESP_TO_ERR):
+       case SCU_MAKE_COMPLETION_STATUS(SCU_TASK_DONE_SMP_UFI_ERR):
+       case SCU_MAKE_COMPLETION_STATUS(SCU_TASK_DONE_SMP_FRM_TYPE_ERR):
+       case SCU_MAKE_COMPLETION_STATUS(SCU_TASK_DONE_SMP_LL_RX_ERR):
+               /*
+                * These status has been seen in a specific LSI expander, which sometimes
+                * is not able to send smp response within 2 ms. This causes our hardware
+                * break the connection and set TC completion with one of these SMP_XXX_XX_ERR
+                * status. For these type of error, we ask scic user to retry the request. */
+               scic_sds_request_set_status(
+                       sci_req, SCU_TASK_DONE_SMP_RESP_TO_ERR, SCI_FAILURE_RETRY_REQUIRED
+                       );
+
+               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(
+                       &sci_req->state_machine,
+                       SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED);
+               break;
+
+       default:
+               /*
+                * All other completion status cause the IO to be complete.  If a NAK
+                * was received, then it is up to the user to retry the request. */
+               scic_sds_request_set_status(
+                       sci_req,
+                       SCU_NORMALIZE_COMPLETION_STATUS(completion_code),
+                       SCI_FAILURE_CONTROLLER_SPECIFIC_IO_ERR
+                       );
+
+               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(
+                       &sci_req->state_machine,
+                       SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED);
+               break;
+       }
+
+       return SCI_SUCCESS;
+}
+
+/*
+ * This function processes an unsolicited frame while the SMP request is waiting
+ *    for a response frame.  It will copy the response data, release the
+ *    unsolicited frame, and transition the request to the
+ *    SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED state.
+ * @sci_req: This parameter specifies the request for which the
+ *    unsolicited frame was received.
+ * @frame_index: This parameter indicates the unsolicited frame index that
+ *    should contain the response.
+ *
+ * This function returns an indication of whether the response frame was handled
+ * successfully or not. SCI_SUCCESS Currently this value is always returned and
+ * indicates successful processing of the TC response.
+ */
+static enum sci_status
+scic_sds_smp_request_await_response_frame_handler(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req,
+                                                 u32 frame_index)
+{
+       enum sci_status status;
+       void *frame_header;
+       struct smp_resp *rsp_hdr = &sci_req->smp.rsp;
+       ssize_t word_cnt = SMP_RESP_HDR_SZ / sizeof(u32);
+
+       status = scic_sds_unsolicited_frame_control_get_header(
+               &(scic_sds_request_get_controller(sci_req)->uf_control),
+               frame_index,
+               &frame_header);
+
+       /* byte swap the header. */
+       sci_swab32_cpy(rsp_hdr, frame_header, word_cnt);
+
+       if (rsp_hdr->frame_type == SMP_RESPONSE) {
+               void *smp_resp;
+
+               status = scic_sds_unsolicited_frame_control_get_buffer(
+                       &(scic_sds_request_get_controller(sci_req)->uf_control),
+                       frame_index,
+                       &smp_resp);
+
+               word_cnt = (sizeof(struct smp_req) - SMP_RESP_HDR_SZ) /
+                       sizeof(u32);
+
+               sci_swab32_cpy(((u8 *) rsp_hdr) + SMP_RESP_HDR_SZ,
+                              smp_resp, word_cnt);
+
+               scic_sds_request_set_status(
+                       sci_req, SCU_TASK_DONE_GOOD, SCI_SUCCESS);
+
+               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(&sci_req->state_machine,
+                       SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION);
+       } else {
+               /* This was not a response frame why did it get forwarded? */
+               dev_err(scic_to_dev(sci_req->owning_controller),
+                       "%s: SCIC SMP Request 0x%p received unexpected frame "
+                       "%d type 0x%02x\n",
+                       __func__,
+                       sci_req,
+                       frame_index,
+                       rsp_hdr->frame_type);
+
+               scic_sds_request_set_status(
+                       sci_req,
+                       SCU_TASK_DONE_SMP_FRM_TYPE_ERR,
+                       SCI_FAILURE_CONTROLLER_SPECIFIC_IO_ERR);
+
+               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(
+                       &sci_req->state_machine,
+                       SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED);
+       }
+
+       scic_sds_controller_release_frame(sci_req->owning_controller,
+                                         frame_index);
+
+       return SCI_SUCCESS;
+}
+
+/**
+ * This method processes the completions transport layer (TL) status to
+ *    determine if the SMP request was sent successfully. If the SMP request
+ *    was sent successfully, then the state for the SMP request transits to
+ *    waiting for a response frame.
+ * @sci_req: This parameter specifies the request for which the TC
+ *    completion was received.
+ * @completion_code: This parameter indicates the completion status information
+ *    for the TC.
+ *
+ * Indicate if the tc completion handler was successful. SCI_SUCCESS currently
+ * this method always returns success.
+ */
+static enum sci_status scic_sds_smp_request_await_tc_completion_tc_completion_handler(
+       struct scic_sds_request *sci_req,
+       u32 completion_code)
+{
+       switch (SCU_GET_COMPLETION_TL_STATUS(completion_code)) {
+       case SCU_MAKE_COMPLETION_STATUS(SCU_TASK_DONE_GOOD):
+               scic_sds_request_set_status(
+                       sci_req, SCU_TASK_DONE_GOOD, SCI_SUCCESS
+                       );
+
+               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(
+                       &sci_req->state_machine,
+                       SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED);
+               break;
+
+       default:
+               /*
+                * All other completion status cause the IO to be complete.  If a NAK
+                * was received, then it is up to the user to retry the request. */
+               scic_sds_request_set_status(
+                       sci_req,
+                       SCU_NORMALIZE_COMPLETION_STATUS(completion_code),
+                       SCI_FAILURE_CONTROLLER_SPECIFIC_IO_ERR
+                       );
+
+               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(
+                       &sci_req->state_machine,
+                       SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED);
+               break;
+       }
+
+       return SCI_SUCCESS;
+}
+
 static const struct scic_sds_io_request_state_handler scic_sds_request_state_handler_table[] = {
        [SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_INITIAL] = { },
        [SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_CONSTRUCTED] = {
@@ -1280,6 +1458,15 @@ static const struct scic_sds_io_request_state_handler scic_sds_request_state_han
                .abort_handler          = scic_sds_ssp_task_request_await_tc_response_abort_handler,
                .frame_handler          = scic_sds_ssp_task_request_await_tc_response_frame_handler,
        },
+       [SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_RESPONSE] = {
+               .abort_handler          = scic_sds_request_started_state_abort_handler,
+               .tc_completion_handler  = scic_sds_smp_request_await_response_tc_completion_handler,
+               .frame_handler          = scic_sds_smp_request_await_response_frame_handler,
+       },
+       [SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION] = {
+               .abort_handler          = scic_sds_request_started_state_abort_handler,
+               .tc_completion_handler  =  scic_sds_smp_request_await_tc_completion_tc_completion_handler,
+       },
        [SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED] = {
                .complete_handler       = scic_sds_request_completed_state_complete_handler,
        },
@@ -2038,6 +2225,12 @@ static void scic_sds_request_started_state_enter(void *object)
        struct sci_base_state_machine *sm = &sci_req->state_machine;
        struct isci_request *ireq = sci_req_to_ireq(sci_req);
        struct domain_device *dev = sci_dev_to_domain(sci_req->target_device);
+       struct sas_task *task;
+
+       /* XXX as hch said always creating an internal sas_task for tmf
+        * requests would simplify the driver
+        */
+       task = ireq->ttype == io_task ? isci_request_access_task(ireq) : NULL;
 
        SET_STATE_HANDLER(
                sci_req,
@@ -2045,15 +2238,19 @@ static void scic_sds_request_started_state_enter(void *object)
                SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_STARTED
                );
 
-       if (ireq->ttype == tmf_task && dev->dev_type == SAS_END_DEV)
-               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(sm,
-                       SCIC_SDS_IO_REQUEST_STARTED_TASK_MGMT_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION);
-
        /* Most of the request state machines have a started substate machine so
         * start its execution on the entry to the started state.
         */
        if (sci_req->has_started_substate_machine == true)
                sci_base_state_machine_start(&sci_req->started_substate_machine);
+
+       if (!task && dev->dev_type == SAS_END_DEV) {
+               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(sm,
+                       SCIC_SDS_IO_REQUEST_STARTED_TASK_MGMT_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION);
+       } else if (task && task->task_proto == SAS_PROTOCOL_SMP) {
+               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(sm,
+                       SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_RESPONSE);
+       }
 }
 
 /**
@@ -2173,6 +2370,28 @@ static void scic_sds_io_request_started_task_mgmt_await_task_response_substate_e
                );
 }
 
+static void scic_sds_smp_request_started_await_response_substate_enter(void *object)
+{
+       struct scic_sds_request *sci_req = object;
+
+       SET_STATE_HANDLER(
+               sci_req,
+               scic_sds_request_state_handler_table,
+               SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_RESPONSE
+               );
+}
+
+static void scic_sds_smp_request_started_await_tc_completion_substate_enter(void *object)
+{
+       struct scic_sds_request *sci_req = object;
+
+       SET_STATE_HANDLER(
+               sci_req,
+               scic_sds_request_state_handler_table,
+               SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION
+               );
+}
+
 static const struct sci_base_state scic_sds_request_state_table[] = {
        [SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_INITIAL] = {
                .enter_state = scic_sds_request_initial_state_enter,
@@ -2190,6 +2409,12 @@ static const struct sci_base_state scic_sds_request_state_table[] = {
        [SCIC_SDS_IO_REQUEST_STARTED_TASK_MGMT_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_RESPONSE] = {
                .enter_state = scic_sds_io_request_started_task_mgmt_await_task_response_substate_enter,
        },
+       [SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_RESPONSE] = {
+               .enter_state = scic_sds_smp_request_started_await_response_substate_enter,
+       },
+       [SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION] = {
+               .enter_state = scic_sds_smp_request_started_await_tc_completion_substate_enter,
+       },
        [SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED] = {
                .enter_state = scic_sds_request_completed_state_enter,
        },
@@ -2225,7 +2450,7 @@ static void scic_sds_general_request_construct(struct scic_sds_controller *scic,
 
        if (io_tag == SCI_CONTROLLER_INVALID_IO_TAG) {
                sci_req->was_tag_assigned_by_user = false;
-               sci_req->task_context_buffer = NULL;
+               sci_req->task_context_buffer = &sci_req->tc;
        } else {
                sci_req->was_tag_assigned_by_user = true;
 
@@ -2245,26 +2470,20 @@ scic_io_request_construct(struct scic_sds_controller *scic,
        /* Build the common part of the request */
        scic_sds_general_request_construct(scic, sci_dev, io_tag, sci_req);
 
-       if (sci_dev->rnc.remote_node_index ==
-                       SCIC_SDS_REMOTE_NODE_CONTEXT_INVALID_INDEX)
+       if (sci_dev->rnc.remote_node_index == SCIC_SDS_REMOTE_NODE_CONTEXT_INVALID_INDEX)
                return SCI_FAILURE_INVALID_REMOTE_DEVICE;
 
        if (dev->dev_type == SAS_END_DEV)
-               scic_sds_ssp_io_request_assign_buffers(sci_req);
-       else if ((dev->dev_type == SATA_DEV) ||
-                (dev->tproto & SAS_PROTOCOL_STP)) {
-               scic_sds_stp_request_assign_buffers(sci_req);
+               /* pass */;
+       else if (dev->dev_type == SATA_DEV || (dev->tproto & SAS_PROTOCOL_STP))
                memset(&sci_req->stp.cmd, 0, sizeof(sci_req->stp.cmd));
-       } else if (dev_is_expander(dev)) {
-               scic_sds_smp_request_assign_buffers(sci_req);
+       else if (dev_is_expander(dev))
                memset(&sci_req->smp.cmd, 0, sizeof(sci_req->smp.cmd));
-       } else
-               status = SCI_FAILURE_UNSUPPORTED_PROTOCOL;
+       else
+               return SCI_FAILURE_UNSUPPORTED_PROTOCOL;
 
-       if (status == SCI_SUCCESS) {
-               memset(sci_req->task_context_buffer, 0,
-                      offsetof(struct scu_task_context, sgl_pair_ab));
-       }
+       memset(sci_req->task_context_buffer, 0,
+              offsetof(struct scu_task_context, sgl_pair_ab));
 
        return status;
 }
@@ -2279,17 +2498,12 @@ enum sci_status scic_task_request_construct(struct scic_sds_controller *scic,
        /* Build the common part of the request */
        scic_sds_general_request_construct(scic, sci_dev, io_tag, sci_req);
 
-       if (dev->dev_type == SAS_END_DEV)
-               scic_sds_ssp_task_request_assign_buffers(sci_req);
-       else if (dev->dev_type == SATA_DEV || (dev->tproto & SAS_PROTOCOL_STP))
-               scic_sds_stp_request_assign_buffers(sci_req);
-       else
-               status = SCI_FAILURE_UNSUPPORTED_PROTOCOL;
-
-       if (status == SCI_SUCCESS) {
+       if (dev->dev_type == SAS_END_DEV ||
+           dev->dev_type == SATA_DEV || (dev->tproto & SAS_PROTOCOL_STP)) {
                sci_req->is_task_management_request = true;
                memset(sci_req->task_context_buffer, 0, sizeof(struct scu_task_context));
-       }
+       } else
+               status = SCI_FAILURE_UNSUPPORTED_PROTOCOL;
 
        return status;
 }
@@ -2341,6 +2555,174 @@ static enum sci_status isci_request_stp_request_construct(
 }
 
 /*
+ * This function will fill in the SCU Task Context for a SMP request. The
+ *    following important settings are utilized: -# task_type ==
+ *    SCU_TASK_TYPE_SMP.  This simply indicates that a normal request type
+ *    (i.e. non-raw frame) is being utilized to perform task management. -#
+ *    control_frame == 1.  This ensures that the proper endianess is set so
+ *    that the bytes are transmitted in the right order for a smp request frame.
+ * @sci_req: This parameter specifies the smp request object being
+ *    constructed.
+ *
+ */
+static void
+scu_smp_request_construct_task_context(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req,
+                                      struct smp_req *smp_req)
+{
+       dma_addr_t dma_addr;
+       struct scic_sds_controller *scic;
+       struct scic_sds_remote_device *sci_dev;
+       struct scic_sds_port *sci_port;
+       struct scu_task_context *task_context;
+       ssize_t word_cnt = sizeof(struct smp_req) / sizeof(u32);
+
+       /* byte swap the smp request. */
+       sci_swab32_cpy(&sci_req->smp.cmd, smp_req,
+                      word_cnt);
+
+       task_context = scic_sds_request_get_task_context(sci_req);
+
+       scic = scic_sds_request_get_controller(sci_req);
+       sci_dev = scic_sds_request_get_device(sci_req);
+       sci_port = scic_sds_request_get_port(sci_req);
+
+       /*
+        * Fill in the TC with the its required data
+        * 00h
+        */
+       task_context->priority = 0;
+       task_context->initiator_request = 1;
+       task_context->connection_rate = sci_dev->connection_rate;
+       task_context->protocol_engine_index =
+               scic_sds_controller_get_protocol_engine_group(scic);
+       task_context->logical_port_index = scic_sds_port_get_index(sci_port);
+       task_context->protocol_type = SCU_TASK_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL_SMP;
+       task_context->abort = 0;
+       task_context->valid = SCU_TASK_CONTEXT_VALID;
+       task_context->context_type = SCU_TASK_CONTEXT_TYPE;
+
+       /* 04h */
+       task_context->remote_node_index = sci_dev->rnc.remote_node_index;
+       task_context->command_code = 0;
+       task_context->task_type = SCU_TASK_TYPE_SMP_REQUEST;
+
+       /* 08h */
+       task_context->link_layer_control = 0;
+       task_context->do_not_dma_ssp_good_response = 1;
+       task_context->strict_ordering = 0;
+       task_context->control_frame = 1;
+       task_context->timeout_enable = 0;
+       task_context->block_guard_enable = 0;
+
+       /* 0ch */
+       task_context->address_modifier = 0;
+
+       /* 10h */
+       task_context->ssp_command_iu_length = smp_req->req_len;
+
+       /* 14h */
+       task_context->transfer_length_bytes = 0;
+
+       /*
+        * 18h ~ 30h, protocol specific
+        * since commandIU has been build by framework at this point, we just
+        * copy the frist DWord from command IU to this location. */
+       memcpy(&task_context->type.smp, &sci_req->smp.cmd, sizeof(u32));
+
+       /*
+        * 40h
+        * "For SMP you could program it to zero. We would prefer that way
+        * so that done code will be consistent." - Venki
+        */
+       task_context->task_phase = 0;
+
+       if (sci_req->was_tag_assigned_by_user) {
+               /*
+                * Build the task context now since we have already read
+                * the data
+                */
+               sci_req->post_context =
+                       (SCU_CONTEXT_COMMAND_REQUEST_TYPE_POST_TC |
+                        (scic_sds_controller_get_protocol_engine_group(scic) <<
+                         SCU_CONTEXT_COMMAND_PROTOCOL_ENGINE_GROUP_SHIFT) |
+                        (scic_sds_port_get_index(sci_port) <<
+                         SCU_CONTEXT_COMMAND_LOGICAL_PORT_SHIFT) |
+                        scic_sds_io_tag_get_index(sci_req->io_tag));
+       } else {
+               /*
+                * Build the task context now since we have already read
+                * the data.
+                * I/O tag index is not assigned because we have to wait
+                * until we get a TCi.
+                */
+               sci_req->post_context =
+                       (SCU_CONTEXT_COMMAND_REQUEST_TYPE_POST_TC |
+                        (scic_sds_controller_get_protocol_engine_group(scic) <<
+                         SCU_CONTEXT_COMMAND_PROTOCOL_ENGINE_GROUP_SHIFT) |
+                        (scic_sds_port_get_index(sci_port) <<
+                         SCU_CONTEXT_COMMAND_LOGICAL_PORT_SHIFT));
+       }
+
+       /*
+        * Copy the physical address for the command buffer to the SCU Task
+        * Context command buffer should not contain command header.
+        */
+       dma_addr = scic_io_request_get_dma_addr(sci_req,
+                                               ((char *) &sci_req->smp.cmd) +
+                                               sizeof(u32));
+
+       task_context->command_iu_upper = upper_32_bits(dma_addr);
+       task_context->command_iu_lower = lower_32_bits(dma_addr);
+
+       /* SMP response comes as UF, so no need to set response IU address. */
+       task_context->response_iu_upper = 0;
+       task_context->response_iu_lower = 0;
+}
+
+static enum sci_status scic_io_request_construct_smp(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req)
+{
+       struct smp_req *smp_req = kmalloc(sizeof(*smp_req), GFP_KERNEL);
+
+       if (!smp_req)
+               return SCI_FAILURE_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCES;
+
+       sci_req->protocol = SCIC_SMP_PROTOCOL;
+
+       /* Construct the SMP SCU Task Context */
+       memcpy(smp_req, &sci_req->smp.cmd, sizeof(*smp_req));
+
+       /*
+        * Look at the SMP requests' header fields; for certain SAS 1.x SMP
+        * functions under SAS 2.0, a zero request length really indicates
+        * a non-zero default length. */
+       if (smp_req->req_len == 0) {
+               switch (smp_req->func) {
+               case SMP_DISCOVER:
+               case SMP_REPORT_PHY_ERR_LOG:
+               case SMP_REPORT_PHY_SATA:
+               case SMP_REPORT_ROUTE_INFO:
+                       smp_req->req_len = 2;
+                       break;
+               case SMP_CONF_ROUTE_INFO:
+               case SMP_PHY_CONTROL:
+               case SMP_PHY_TEST_FUNCTION:
+                       smp_req->req_len = 9;
+                       break;
+                       /* Default - zero is a valid default for 2.0. */
+               }
+       }
+
+       scu_smp_request_construct_task_context(sci_req, smp_req);
+
+       sci_base_state_machine_change_state(&sci_req->state_machine,
+               SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_CONSTRUCTED);
+
+       kfree(smp_req);
+
+       return SCI_SUCCESS;
+}
+
+/*
  * isci_smp_request_build() - This function builds the smp request.
  * @ireq: This parameter points to the isci_request allocated in the
  *    request construct function.
index b5c5b06..d090cb1 100644 (file)
@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ enum sci_request_protocol {
        SCIC_SMP_PROTOCOL,
        SCIC_SSP_PROTOCOL,
        SCIC_STP_PROTOCOL
-}; /* XXX remove me, use sas_task.dev instead */;
+}; /* XXX remove me, use sas_task.{dev|task_proto} instead */;
 
 struct scic_sds_request {
        /**
@@ -310,6 +310,19 @@ enum sci_base_request_states {
        SCIC_SDS_IO_REQUEST_STARTED_TASK_MGMT_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_RESPONSE,
 
        /**
+        * This sub-state indicates that the started task management request
+        * is waiting for the reception of an unsolicited frame
+        * (i.e. response IU).
+        */
+       SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_RESPONSE,
+
+       /**
+        * The AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION sub-state indicates that the started SMP request is
+        * waiting for the transmission of the initial frame (i.e. command, task, etc.).
+        */
+       SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION,
+
+       /**
         * This state indicates that the request has completed.
         * This state is entered from the STARTED state. This state is entered from
         * the ABORTING state.
@@ -461,8 +474,6 @@ scic_sds_io_request_tc_completion(struct scic_sds_request *request, u32 completi
        }
 
 void scic_sds_request_build_sgl(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req);
-void scic_sds_stp_request_assign_buffers(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req);
-void scic_sds_smp_request_assign_buffers(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req);
 enum sci_status scic_sds_request_start(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req);
 enum sci_status scic_sds_io_request_terminate(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req);
 enum sci_status scic_sds_io_request_event_handler(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req,
@@ -473,30 +484,6 @@ enum sci_status scic_sds_task_request_terminate(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req
 enum sci_status scic_sds_request_started_state_abort_handler(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req);
 
 
-/**
- * enum _scic_sds_smp_request_started_substates - This enumeration depicts all
- *    of the substates for a SMP request to be performed in the STARTED
- *    super-state.
- *
- *
- */
-enum scic_sds_smp_request_started_substates {
-       /**
-        * This sub-state indicates that the started task management request
-        * is waiting for the reception of an unsolicited frame
-        * (i.e. response IU).
-        */
-       SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_RESPONSE,
-
-       /**
-        * The AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION sub-state indicates that the started SMP request is
-        * waiting for the transmission of the initial frame (i.e. command, task, etc.).
-        */
-       SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION,
-};
-
-
-
 /* XXX open code in caller */
 static inline void *scic_request_get_virt_addr(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req,
                                               dma_addr_t phys_addr)
@@ -791,7 +778,6 @@ enum sci_status scic_task_request_construct(struct scic_sds_controller *scic,
                                            struct scic_sds_request *sci_req);
 enum sci_status scic_task_request_construct_ssp(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req);
 enum sci_status scic_task_request_construct_sata(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req);
-enum sci_status scic_io_request_construct_smp(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req);
 void scic_stp_io_request_set_ncq_tag(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req, u16 ncq_tag);
 void scic_sds_smp_request_copy_response(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req);
 #endif /* !defined(_ISCI_REQUEST_H_) */
diff --git a/drivers/scsi/isci/smp_request.c b/drivers/scsi/isci/smp_request.c
deleted file mode 100644 (file)
index d4750a7..0000000
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,518 +0,0 @@
-/*
- * This file is provided under a dual BSD/GPLv2 license.  When using or
- * redistributing this file, you may do so under either license.
- *
- * GPL LICENSE SUMMARY
- *
- * Copyright(c) 2008 - 2011 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.
- *
- * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- * it under the terms of version 2 of the GNU General Public License as
- * published by the Free Software Foundation.
- *
- * 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., 51 Franklin St - Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
- * The full GNU General Public License is included in this distribution
- * in the file called LICENSE.GPL.
- *
- * BSD LICENSE
- *
- * Copyright(c) 2008 - 2011 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.
- * All rights reserved.
- *
- * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
- * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
- * are met:
- *
- *   * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
- *     notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
- *   * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
- *     notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in
- *     the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
- *     distribution.
- *   * Neither the name of Intel Corporation nor the names of its
- *     contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived
- *     from this software without specific prior written permission.
- *
- * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
- * "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
- * LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
- * A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
- * OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
- * SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
- * LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
- * DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
- * THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
- * (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
- * OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
- */
-
-#include <scsi/sas.h>
-#include "state_machine.h"
-#include "remote_device.h"
-#include "request.h"
-#include "scu_completion_codes.h"
-#include "scu_task_context.h"
-#include "host.h"
-
-static void scu_smp_request_construct_task_context(
-       struct scic_sds_request *sci_req,
-       struct smp_req *smp_req);
-
-void scic_sds_smp_request_assign_buffers(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req)
-{
-       if (sci_req->was_tag_assigned_by_user == false)
-               sci_req->task_context_buffer = &sci_req->tc;
-}
-
-/*
- * This function will fill in the SCU Task Context for a SMP request. The
- *    following important settings are utilized: -# task_type ==
- *    SCU_TASK_TYPE_SMP.  This simply indicates that a normal request type
- *    (i.e. non-raw frame) is being utilized to perform task management. -#
- *    control_frame == 1.  This ensures that the proper endianess is set so
- *    that the bytes are transmitted in the right order for a smp request frame.
- * @sci_req: This parameter specifies the smp request object being
- *    constructed.
- *
- */
-static void
-scu_smp_request_construct_task_context(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req,
-                                      struct smp_req *smp_req)
-{
-       dma_addr_t dma_addr;
-       struct scic_sds_controller *scic;
-       struct scic_sds_remote_device *sci_dev;
-       struct scic_sds_port *sci_port;
-       struct scu_task_context *task_context;
-       ssize_t word_cnt = sizeof(struct smp_req) / sizeof(u32);
-
-       /* byte swap the smp request. */
-       sci_swab32_cpy(&sci_req->smp.cmd, smp_req,
-                      word_cnt);
-
-       task_context = scic_sds_request_get_task_context(sci_req);
-
-       scic = scic_sds_request_get_controller(sci_req);
-       sci_dev = scic_sds_request_get_device(sci_req);
-       sci_port = scic_sds_request_get_port(sci_req);
-
-       /*
-        * Fill in the TC with the its required data
-        * 00h
-        */
-       task_context->priority = 0;
-       task_context->initiator_request = 1;
-       task_context->connection_rate = sci_dev->connection_rate;
-       task_context->protocol_engine_index =
-               scic_sds_controller_get_protocol_engine_group(scic);
-       task_context->logical_port_index = scic_sds_port_get_index(sci_port);
-       task_context->protocol_type = SCU_TASK_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL_SMP;
-       task_context->abort = 0;
-       task_context->valid = SCU_TASK_CONTEXT_VALID;
-       task_context->context_type = SCU_TASK_CONTEXT_TYPE;
-
-       /* 04h */
-       task_context->remote_node_index = sci_dev->rnc.remote_node_index;
-       task_context->command_code = 0;
-       task_context->task_type = SCU_TASK_TYPE_SMP_REQUEST;
-
-       /* 08h */
-       task_context->link_layer_control = 0;
-       task_context->do_not_dma_ssp_good_response = 1;
-       task_context->strict_ordering = 0;
-       task_context->control_frame = 1;
-       task_context->timeout_enable = 0;
-       task_context->block_guard_enable = 0;
-
-       /* 0ch */
-       task_context->address_modifier = 0;
-
-       /* 10h */
-       task_context->ssp_command_iu_length = smp_req->req_len;
-
-       /* 14h */
-       task_context->transfer_length_bytes = 0;
-
-       /*
-        * 18h ~ 30h, protocol specific
-        * since commandIU has been build by framework at this point, we just
-        * copy the frist DWord from command IU to this location. */
-       memcpy(&task_context->type.smp, &sci_req->smp.cmd, sizeof(u32));
-
-       /*
-        * 40h
-        * "For SMP you could program it to zero. We would prefer that way
-        * so that done code will be consistent." - Venki
-        */
-       task_context->task_phase = 0;
-
-       if (sci_req->was_tag_assigned_by_user) {
-               /*
-                * Build the task context now since we have already read
-                * the data
-                */
-               sci_req->post_context =
-                       (SCU_CONTEXT_COMMAND_REQUEST_TYPE_POST_TC |
-                        (scic_sds_controller_get_protocol_engine_group(scic) <<
-                         SCU_CONTEXT_COMMAND_PROTOCOL_ENGINE_GROUP_SHIFT) |
-                        (scic_sds_port_get_index(sci_port) <<
-                         SCU_CONTEXT_COMMAND_LOGICAL_PORT_SHIFT) |
-                        scic_sds_io_tag_get_index(sci_req->io_tag));
-       } else {
-               /*
-                * Build the task context now since we have already read
-                * the data.
-                * I/O tag index is not assigned because we have to wait
-                * until we get a TCi.
-                */
-               sci_req->post_context =
-                       (SCU_CONTEXT_COMMAND_REQUEST_TYPE_POST_TC |
-                        (scic_sds_controller_get_protocol_engine_group(scic) <<
-                         SCU_CONTEXT_COMMAND_PROTOCOL_ENGINE_GROUP_SHIFT) |
-                        (scic_sds_port_get_index(sci_port) <<
-                         SCU_CONTEXT_COMMAND_LOGICAL_PORT_SHIFT));
-       }
-
-       /*
-        * Copy the physical address for the command buffer to the SCU Task
-        * Context command buffer should not contain command header.
-        */
-       dma_addr = scic_io_request_get_dma_addr(sci_req,
-                                               ((char *) &sci_req->smp.cmd) +
-                                               sizeof(u32));
-
-       task_context->command_iu_upper = upper_32_bits(dma_addr);
-       task_context->command_iu_lower = lower_32_bits(dma_addr);
-
-       /* SMP response comes as UF, so no need to set response IU address. */
-       task_context->response_iu_upper = 0;
-       task_context->response_iu_lower = 0;
-}
-
-/*
- * This function processes an unsolicited frame while the SMP request is waiting
- *    for a response frame.  It will copy the response data, release the
- *    unsolicited frame, and transition the request to the
- *    SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED state.
- * @sci_req: This parameter specifies the request for which the
- *    unsolicited frame was received.
- * @frame_index: This parameter indicates the unsolicited frame index that
- *    should contain the response.
- *
- * This function returns an indication of whether the response frame was handled
- * successfully or not. SCI_SUCCESS Currently this value is always returned and
- * indicates successful processing of the TC response.
- */
-static enum sci_status
-scic_sds_smp_request_await_response_frame_handler(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req,
-                                                 u32 frame_index)
-{
-       enum sci_status status;
-       void *frame_header;
-       struct smp_resp *rsp_hdr = &sci_req->smp.rsp;
-       ssize_t word_cnt = SMP_RESP_HDR_SZ / sizeof(u32);
-
-       status = scic_sds_unsolicited_frame_control_get_header(
-               &(scic_sds_request_get_controller(sci_req)->uf_control),
-               frame_index,
-               &frame_header);
-
-       /* byte swap the header. */
-       sci_swab32_cpy(rsp_hdr, frame_header, word_cnt);
-
-       if (rsp_hdr->frame_type == SMP_RESPONSE) {
-               void *smp_resp;
-
-               status = scic_sds_unsolicited_frame_control_get_buffer(
-                       &(scic_sds_request_get_controller(sci_req)->uf_control),
-                       frame_index,
-                       &smp_resp);
-
-               word_cnt = (sizeof(struct smp_req) - SMP_RESP_HDR_SZ) /
-                       sizeof(u32);
-
-               sci_swab32_cpy(((u8 *) rsp_hdr) + SMP_RESP_HDR_SZ,
-                              smp_resp, word_cnt);
-
-               scic_sds_request_set_status(
-                       sci_req, SCU_TASK_DONE_GOOD, SCI_SUCCESS);
-
-               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(
-                       &sci_req->started_substate_machine,
-                       SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION);
-       } else {
-               /* This was not a response frame why did it get forwarded? */
-               dev_err(scic_to_dev(sci_req->owning_controller),
-                       "%s: SCIC SMP Request 0x%p received unexpected frame "
-                       "%d type 0x%02x\n",
-                       __func__,
-                       sci_req,
-                       frame_index,
-                       rsp_hdr->frame_type);
-
-               scic_sds_request_set_status(
-                       sci_req,
-                       SCU_TASK_DONE_SMP_FRM_TYPE_ERR,
-                       SCI_FAILURE_CONTROLLER_SPECIFIC_IO_ERR);
-
-               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(
-                       &sci_req->state_machine,
-                       SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED);
-       }
-
-       scic_sds_controller_release_frame(sci_req->owning_controller,
-                                         frame_index);
-
-       return SCI_SUCCESS;
-}
-
-
-/**
- * This method processes an abnormal TC completion while the SMP request is
- *    waiting for a response frame.  It decides what happened to the IO based
- *    on TC completion status.
- * @sci_req: This parameter specifies the request for which the TC
- *    completion was received.
- * @completion_code: This parameter indicates the completion status information
- *    for the TC.
- *
- * Indicate if the tc completion handler was successful. SCI_SUCCESS currently
- * this method always returns success.
- */
-static enum sci_status scic_sds_smp_request_await_response_tc_completion_handler(
-       struct scic_sds_request *sci_req,
-       u32 completion_code)
-{
-       switch (SCU_GET_COMPLETION_TL_STATUS(completion_code)) {
-       case SCU_MAKE_COMPLETION_STATUS(SCU_TASK_DONE_GOOD):
-               /*
-                * In the AWAIT RESPONSE state, any TC completion is unexpected.
-                * but if the TC has success status, we complete the IO anyway. */
-               scic_sds_request_set_status(
-                       sci_req, SCU_TASK_DONE_GOOD, SCI_SUCCESS
-                       );
-
-               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(
-                       &sci_req->state_machine,
-                       SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED);
-               break;
-
-       case SCU_MAKE_COMPLETION_STATUS(SCU_TASK_DONE_SMP_RESP_TO_ERR):
-       case SCU_MAKE_COMPLETION_STATUS(SCU_TASK_DONE_SMP_UFI_ERR):
-       case SCU_MAKE_COMPLETION_STATUS(SCU_TASK_DONE_SMP_FRM_TYPE_ERR):
-       case SCU_MAKE_COMPLETION_STATUS(SCU_TASK_DONE_SMP_LL_RX_ERR):
-               /*
-                * These status has been seen in a specific LSI expander, which sometimes
-                * is not able to send smp response within 2 ms. This causes our hardware
-                * break the connection and set TC completion with one of these SMP_XXX_XX_ERR
-                * status. For these type of error, we ask scic user to retry the request. */
-               scic_sds_request_set_status(
-                       sci_req, SCU_TASK_DONE_SMP_RESP_TO_ERR, SCI_FAILURE_RETRY_REQUIRED
-                       );
-
-               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(
-                       &sci_req->state_machine,
-                       SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED);
-               break;
-
-       default:
-               /*
-                * All other completion status cause the IO to be complete.  If a NAK
-                * was received, then it is up to the user to retry the request. */
-               scic_sds_request_set_status(
-                       sci_req,
-                       SCU_NORMALIZE_COMPLETION_STATUS(completion_code),
-                       SCI_FAILURE_CONTROLLER_SPECIFIC_IO_ERR
-                       );
-
-               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(
-                       &sci_req->state_machine,
-                       SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED);
-               break;
-       }
-
-       return SCI_SUCCESS;
-}
-
-
-/**
- * This method processes the completions transport layer (TL) status to
- *    determine if the SMP request was sent successfully. If the SMP request
- *    was sent successfully, then the state for the SMP request transits to
- *    waiting for a response frame.
- * @sci_req: This parameter specifies the request for which the TC
- *    completion was received.
- * @completion_code: This parameter indicates the completion status information
- *    for the TC.
- *
- * Indicate if the tc completion handler was successful. SCI_SUCCESS currently
- * this method always returns success.
- */
-static enum sci_status scic_sds_smp_request_await_tc_completion_tc_completion_handler(
-       struct scic_sds_request *sci_req,
-       u32 completion_code)
-{
-       switch (SCU_GET_COMPLETION_TL_STATUS(completion_code)) {
-       case SCU_MAKE_COMPLETION_STATUS(SCU_TASK_DONE_GOOD):
-               scic_sds_request_set_status(
-                       sci_req, SCU_TASK_DONE_GOOD, SCI_SUCCESS
-                       );
-
-               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(
-                       &sci_req->state_machine,
-                       SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED);
-               break;
-
-       default:
-               /*
-                * All other completion status cause the IO to be complete.  If a NAK
-                * was received, then it is up to the user to retry the request. */
-               scic_sds_request_set_status(
-                       sci_req,
-                       SCU_NORMALIZE_COMPLETION_STATUS(completion_code),
-                       SCI_FAILURE_CONTROLLER_SPECIFIC_IO_ERR
-                       );
-
-               sci_base_state_machine_change_state(
-                       &sci_req->state_machine,
-                       SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_COMPLETED);
-               break;
-       }
-
-       return SCI_SUCCESS;
-}
-
-
-static const struct scic_sds_io_request_state_handler scic_sds_smp_request_started_substate_handler_table[] = {
-       [SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_RESPONSE] = {
-               .abort_handler          = scic_sds_request_started_state_abort_handler,
-               .tc_completion_handler  = scic_sds_smp_request_await_response_tc_completion_handler,
-               .frame_handler          = scic_sds_smp_request_await_response_frame_handler,
-       },
-       [SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION] = {
-               .abort_handler          = scic_sds_request_started_state_abort_handler,
-               .tc_completion_handler  =  scic_sds_smp_request_await_tc_completion_tc_completion_handler,
-       }
-};
-
-/**
- * This method performs the actions required when entering the
- *    SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_RESPONSE sub-state. This
- *    includes setting the IO request state handlers for this sub-state.
- * @object: This parameter specifies the request object for which the sub-state
- *    change is occurring.
- *
- * none.
- */
-static void scic_sds_smp_request_started_await_response_substate_enter(
-       void *object)
-{
-       struct scic_sds_request *sci_req = object;
-
-       SET_STATE_HANDLER(
-               sci_req,
-               scic_sds_smp_request_started_substate_handler_table,
-               SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_RESPONSE
-               );
-}
-
-/**
- * This method performs the actions required when entering the
- *    SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION sub-state.
- *    This includes setting the SMP request state handlers for this sub-state.
- * @object: This parameter specifies the request object for which the sub-state
- *    change is occurring.
- *
- * none.
- */
-static void scic_sds_smp_request_started_await_tc_completion_substate_enter(
-       void *object)
-{
-       struct scic_sds_request *sci_req = object;
-
-       SET_STATE_HANDLER(
-               sci_req,
-               scic_sds_smp_request_started_substate_handler_table,
-               SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION
-               );
-}
-
-static const struct sci_base_state scic_sds_smp_request_started_substate_table[] = {
-       [SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_RESPONSE] = {
-               .enter_state = scic_sds_smp_request_started_await_response_substate_enter,
-       },
-       [SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_TC_COMPLETION] = {
-               .enter_state = scic_sds_smp_request_started_await_tc_completion_substate_enter,
-       },
-};
-
-/**
- * This method is called by the SCI user to build an SMP IO request.
- *
- * - The user must have previously called scic_io_request_construct() on the
- * supplied IO request. Indicate if the controller successfully built the IO
- * request. SCI_SUCCESS This value is returned if the IO request was
- * successfully built. SCI_FAILURE_UNSUPPORTED_PROTOCOL This value is returned
- * if the remote_device does not support the SMP protocol.
- * SCI_FAILURE_INVALID_ASSOCIATION This value is returned if the user did not
- * properly set the association between the SCIC IO request and the user's IO
- * request.
- */
-enum sci_status scic_io_request_construct_smp(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req)
-{
-       struct smp_req *smp_req = kmalloc(sizeof(*smp_req), GFP_KERNEL);
-
-       if (!smp_req)
-               return SCI_FAILURE_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCES;
-
-       sci_req->protocol                     = SCIC_SMP_PROTOCOL;
-       sci_req->has_started_substate_machine = true;
-
-       /* Construct the started sub-state machine. */
-       sci_base_state_machine_construct(
-               &sci_req->started_substate_machine,
-               sci_req,
-               scic_sds_smp_request_started_substate_table,
-               SCIC_SDS_SMP_REQUEST_STARTED_SUBSTATE_AWAIT_RESPONSE
-               );
-
-       /* Construct the SMP SCU Task Context */
-       memcpy(smp_req, &sci_req->smp.cmd, sizeof(*smp_req));
-
-       /*
-        * Look at the SMP requests' header fields; for certain SAS 1.x SMP
-        * functions under SAS 2.0, a zero request length really indicates
-        * a non-zero default length. */
-       if (smp_req->req_len == 0) {
-               switch (smp_req->func) {
-               case SMP_DISCOVER:
-               case SMP_REPORT_PHY_ERR_LOG:
-               case SMP_REPORT_PHY_SATA:
-               case SMP_REPORT_ROUTE_INFO:
-                       smp_req->req_len = 2;
-                       break;
-               case SMP_CONF_ROUTE_INFO:
-               case SMP_PHY_CONTROL:
-               case SMP_PHY_TEST_FUNCTION:
-                       smp_req->req_len = 9;
-                       break;
-                       /* Default - zero is a valid default for 2.0. */
-               }
-       }
-
-       scu_smp_request_construct_task_context(sci_req, smp_req);
-
-       sci_base_state_machine_change_state(&sci_req->state_machine,
-               SCI_BASE_REQUEST_STATE_CONSTRUCTED);
-
-       kfree(smp_req);
-
-       return SCI_SUCCESS;
-}
index 298086a..e94ece8 100644 (file)
 #include "scu_task_context.h"
 #include "request.h"
 
-void scic_sds_stp_request_assign_buffers(struct scic_sds_request *sci_req)
-{
-       if (sci_req->was_tag_assigned_by_user == false)
-               sci_req->task_context_buffer = &sci_req->tc;
-}
-
 /**
  * This method is will fill in the SCU Task Context for any type of SATA
  *    request.  This is called from the various SATA constructors.