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GLD(8)							      System Manager's Manual							    GLD(8)

NAME
gld - GreyListing Daemon for postfix SYNOPSIS
gld [-c <n>|-h|-v] DESCRIPTION
gld is a policy daemon for postfix 2.1 or higher. It's written in C and uses MySQL for the database stuff. OPTIONS
-c clean the database for entries older than <n> days -v display version -h display Usage FILES
/etc/gld.conf Configuration file. SEE ALSO
Please read /usr/share/doc/postfix-gld/README.Debian. June 2004 GLD(8)

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gld_mac_info(9S)					    Data Structures for Drivers 					  gld_mac_info(9S)

NAME
gld_mac_info - Generic LAN Driver MAC info data structure SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/gld.h> INTERFACE LEVEL
Solaris architecture specific (Solaris DDI). DESCRIPTION
The Generic LAN Driver (GLD) Media Access Control (MAC) information (gld_mac_info) structure is the main data interface between the device- specific driver and GLD. It contains data required by GLD and a pointer to an optional additional driver-specific information structure. The gld_mac_info structure should be allocated using gld_mac_alloc() and deallocated using gld_mac_free(). Drivers can make no assumptions about the length of this structure, which might be different in different releases of Solaris and/or GLD. Structure members private to GLD, not documented here, should not be set or read by the device-specific driver. STRUCTURE MEMBERS
caddr_t gldm_private; /* Driver private data */ int (*gldm_reset)(); /* Reset device */ int (*gldm_start)(); /* Start device */ int (*gldm_stop)(); /* Stop device */ int (*gldm_set_mac_addr)(); /* Set device phys addr */ int (*gldm_set_multicast)(); /* Set/delete */ /* multicast address */ int (*gldm_set_promiscuous)();/* Set/reset */ /* promiscuous mode */ int (*gldm_send)(); /* Transmit routine */ u_int (*gldm_intr)(); /* Interrupt handler */ int (*gldm_get_stats)(); /* Get device statistics */ int (*gldm_ioctl)(); /* Driver-specific ioctls */ char *gldm_ident; /* Driver identity string */ uint32_t gldm_type; /* Device type */ uint32_t gldm_minpkt; /* Minimum packet size */ /* accepted by driver */ uint32_t gldm_maxpkt; /* Maximum packet size */ /* accepted by driver */ uint32_t gldm_addrlen; /* Physical address */ /* length */ int32_t gldm_saplen; /* SAP length for */ /* DL_INFO_ACK */ unsigned char *gldm_broadcast_addr; /* Physical broadcast */ /* addr */ unsigned char *gldm_vendor_addr; /* Factory MAC address */ t_uscalar_t gldm_ppa; /* Physical Point of */ /* Attachment (PPA) number */ dev_info_t *gldm_devinfo; /* Pointer to device's */ /* dev_info node */ ddi_iblock_cookie_tgldm_cookie; /* Device's interrupt */ /* block cookie */ uint32_t gldm_capabilities; /* Device capabilities */ Below is a description of the members of the gld_mac_info structure that are visible to the device driver. gldm_private This structure member is private to the device-specific driver and is not used or modified by GLD. Conventionally, this is used as a pointer to private data, pointing to a driver-defined and driver-allocated per-instance data structure. The following group of structure members must be set by the driver before calling gld_register(), and should not thereafter be modified by the driver; gld_register() can use or cache the values of some of these structure members, so changes made by the driver after calling gld_register() might cause unpredicted results. gldm_reset Pointer to driver entry point; see gld(9E). gldm_start Pointer to driver entry point; see gld(9E). gldm_stop Pointer to driver entry point; see gld(9E). gldm_set_mac_addr Pointer to driver entry point; see gld(9E). gldm_set_multicast Pointer to driver entry point; see gld(9E). gldm_set_promiscuous Pointer to driver entry point; see gld(9E). gldm_send Pointer to driver entry point; see gld(9E). gldm_intr Pointer to driver entry point; see gld(9E). gldm_get_stats Pointer to driver entry point; see gld(9E). gldm_ioctl Pointer to driver entry point; can be NULL; see gld(9E). gldm_ident Pointer to a string containing a short description of the device. It is used to identify the device in system mes- sages. gldm_type The type of device the driver handles. The values currently supported by GLD are DL_ETHER (IEEE 802.3 and Ethernet Bus), DL_TPR (IEEE 802.5 Token Passing Ring), and DL_FDDI (ISO 9314-2 Fibre Distributed Data Interface). This structure member must be correctly set for GLD to function properly. Note - Support for the DL_TPR and DL_FDDI media types is obsolete and may be removed in a future release of Solaris. gldm_minpkt Minimum Service Data Unit size -- the minimum packet size, not including the MAC header, that the device will transmit. This can be zero if the device-specific driver can handle any required padding. gldm_maxpkt Maximum Service Data Unit size -- the maximum size of packet, not including the MAC header, that can be transmitted by the device. For Ethernet, this number is 1500. gldm_addrlen The length in bytes of physical addresses handled by the device. For Ethernet, Token Ring, and FDDI, the value of this structure member should be 6. gldm_saplen The length in bytes of the Service Access Point (SAP) address used by the driver. For GLD-based drivers, this should always be set to -2, to indicate that two-byte SAP values are supported and that the SAP appears after the physical address in a DLSAP address. See the description under ``Message DL_INFO_ACK'' in the DLPI specification for more details. gldm_broadcast_addr Pointer to an array of bytes of length gldm_addrlen containing the broadcast address to be used for transmit. The driver must allocate space to hold the broadcast address, fill it in with the appropriate value, and set gldm_broadcast_addr to point at it. For Ethernet, Token Ring, and FDDI, the broadcast address is normally 0xFF-FF- FF-FF-FF-FF. gldm_vendor_addr Pointer to an array of bytes of length gldm_addrlen containing the vendor-provided network physical address of the device. The driver must allocate space to hold the address, fill it in with information read from the device, and set gldm_vendor_addr to point at it. gldm_ppa The Physical Point of Attachment (PPA) number for this instance of the device. Normally this should be set to the instance number, returned from ddi_get_instance(9F). gldm_devinfo Pointer to the dev_info node for this device. gldm_cookie The interrupt block cookie returned by ddi_get_iblock_cookie(9F), ddi_add_intr(9F), ddi_get_soft_iblock_cookie(9F), or ddi_add_softintr(9F). This must correspond to the device's receive interrupt, from which gld_recv() is called. gldm_capabilities Bit-field of device capabilities. If the device is capable of reporting media link state, the GLD_CAP_LINKSTATE bit should be set. SEE ALSO
gld(7D), dlpi(7P), attach(9E), gld(9E), ddi_add_intr(9F), gld(9F), gld_stats(9S) Writing Device Drivers SunOS 5.10 7 June 2004 gld_mac_info(9S)
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