help:How to map a physical address into a kernel address?
gurney_j at resnet.uoregon.edu
Thu May 11 15:54:53 UTC 2006
hongz at promisechina.com wrote this message on Thu, May 11, 2006 at 17:45 +0800:
> To access sg_table in kernel address, I need to map the starting physical
> address of a segment into a kernel address. As I know that, we can use
> phystovirt()/bustovirt(), or kmap()/kmap_atomic() to map a bus/physical
> address or a physical page into a kernel address in Linux, but I did not
> find such a function in FreeBSD. Please help me on this, it is very urgent!
That's what bus_space is used for... You need to allocate the resource
that contains the sg_table, and then you can use the bus_space macros
to access the table.. you could use bus_space_write_region to copy
the table from kernel memory to your device, or just write the updated
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