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#ifndef _SCI_SAS_H_
#define _SCI_SAS_H_

#include <linux/kernel.h>

/*
 * SATA FIS Types These constants depict the various SATA FIS types devined in
 * the serial ATA specification.
 * XXX: This needs to go into <scsi/sas.h>
 */
#define FIS_REGH2D          0x27
#define FIS_REGD2H          0x34
#define FIS_SETDEVBITS      0xA1
#define FIS_DMA_ACTIVATE    0x39
#define FIS_DMA_SETUP       0x41
#define FIS_BIST_ACTIVATE   0x58
#define FIS_PIO_SETUP       0x5F
#define FIS_DATA            0x46

/**************************************************************************/
#define SSP_RESP_IU_MAX_SIZE	280

/*
 * contents of the SSP COMMAND INFORMATION UNIT.
 * For specific information on each of these individual fields please
 * reference the SAS specification SSP transport layer section.
 * XXX: This needs to go into <scsi/sas.h>
 */
struct ssp_cmd_iu {
	u8 LUN[8];
	u8 add_cdb_len:6;
	u8 _r_a:2;
	u8 _r_b;
	u8 en_fburst:1;
	u8 task_prio:4;
	u8 task_attr:3;
	u8 _r_c;

	u8 cdb[16];
}  __packed;

/*
 * contents of the SSP TASK INFORMATION UNIT.
 * For specific information on each of these individual fields please
 * reference the SAS specification SSP transport layer section.
 * XXX: This needs to go into <scsi/sas.h>
 */
struct ssp_task_iu {
	u8 LUN[8];
	u8 _r_a;
	u8 task_func;
	u8 _r_b[4];
	u16 task_tag;
	u8 _r_c[12];
}  __packed;


/*
 * struct smp_req_phy_id - This structure defines the contents of
 *    an SMP Request that is comprised of the struct smp_request_header and a
 *    phy identifier.
 *    Examples: SMP_REQUEST_DISCOVER, SMP_REQUEST_REPORT_PHY_SATA.
 *
 * For specific information on each of these individual fields please reference
 * the SAS specification.
 */
struct smp_req_phy_id {
	u8 _r_a[4];		/* bytes 4-7 */

	u8 ign_zone_grp:1;	/* byte 8 */
	u8 _r_b:7;

	u8 phy_id;		/* byte 9 */
	u8 _r_c;		/* byte 10 */
	u8 _r_d;		/* byte 11 */
}  __packed;

/*
 * struct smp_req_config_route_info - This structure defines the
 *    contents of an SMP Configure Route Information request.
 *
 * For specific information on each of these individual fields please reference
 * the SAS specification.
 */
struct smp_req_conf_rtinfo {
	u16 exp_change_cnt;		/* bytes 4-5 */
	u8 exp_rt_idx_hi;		/* byte 6 */
	u8 exp_rt_idx;			/* byte 7 */

	u8 _r_a;			/* byte 8 */
	u8 phy_id;			/* byte 9 */
	u16 _r_b;			/* bytes 10-11 */

	u8 _r_c:7;			/* byte 12 */
	u8 dis_rt_entry:1;
	u8 _r_d[3];			/* bytes 13-15 */

	u8 rt_sas_addr[8];		/* bytes 16-23 */
	u8 _r_e[16];			/* bytes 24-39 */
}  __packed;

/*
 * struct smp_req_phycntl - This structure defines the contents of an
 *    SMP Phy Controller request.
 *
 * For specific information on each of these individual fields please reference
 * the SAS specification.
 */
struct smp_req_phycntl {
	u16 exp_change_cnt;		/* byte 4-5 */

	u8 _r_a[3];			/* bytes 6-8 */

	u8 phy_id;			/* byte 9 */
	u8 phy_op;			/* byte 10 */

	u8 upd_pathway:1;		/* byte 11 */
	u8 _r_b:7;

	u8 _r_c[12];			/* byte 12-23 */

	u8 att_dev_name[8];             /* byte 24-31 */

	u8 _r_d:4;			/* byte 32 */
	u8 min_linkrate:4;

	u8 _r_e:4;			/* byte 33 */
	u8 max_linkrate:4;

	u8 _r_f[2];			/* byte 34-35 */

	u8 pathway:4;			/* byte 36 */
	u8 _r_g:4;

	u8 _r_h[3];			/* bytes 37-39 */
}  __packed;

/*
 * struct smp_req - This structure simply unionizes the existing request
 *    structures into a common request type.
 *
 * XXX: This data structure may need to go to scsi/sas.h
 */
struct smp_req {
	u8 type;		/* byte 0 */
	u8 func;		/* byte 1 */
	u8 alloc_resp_len;	/* byte 2 */
	u8 req_len;		/* byte 3 */
	u8 req_data[0];
}  __packed;

/*
 * struct sci_sas_address - This structure depicts how a SAS address is
 *    represented by SCI.
 * XXX convert this to u8 [SAS_ADDR_SIZE] like the rest of libsas
 *
 */
struct sci_sas_address {
	u32 high;
	u32 low;
};
#endif