OPAL_PCI_PHB_MMIO_ENABLE

#define OPAL_PCI_PHB_MMIO_ENABLE             27

int64_t opal_pci_phb_mmio_enable(uint64_t phb_id, uint16_t window_type,
                                 uint16_t window_num, uint16_t enable);

Note

Appears to be POWER7 p7ioc specific. Likely to be removed soon.

WARNING: following documentation is from old sources, and is possibly not representative of OPALv3 as implemented by skiboot. This should be used as a starting point for full documentation.

The host calls this function to enable or disable PHB decode of the PCI IO and Memory address spaces below that PHB. Window_num selects an mmio window within that address space. Enable set to ‘1’ enables the PHB to decode and forward system real addresses to PCI memory, while enable set to ‘0’ disables PHB decode and forwarding for the address range defined in a particular MMIO window.

Not all PHB hardware may support disabling some or all MMIO windows. OPAL returns OPAL_UNSUPPORTED if called to disable an MMIO window for which hardware does not support disable. KVM may call this function for all MMIO windows and ignore the opal_unsuppsorted return code so long as KVM has disabled MMIO to all downstream PCI devices and assured that KVM and OS guest partitions cannot issue CI loads/stores to these address spaces from the processor (e.g.,via HPT).

OPAL returns OPAL_SUCCESS for calls to OPAL to enable them for PHBs that do not support disable.

phb_id
is the value from the PHB node ibm,opal-phbid property.
window_type

specifies 32-bit or 64-bit PCI memory

‘0’ selects PCI IO Space

‘1’ selects 32-bit PCI memory space

‘2’ selects 64 bit PCI memory space

window_num
is the MMIO window number within the specified PCI memory space
enable
specifies to enable or disable this MMIO window.