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fc_host_post_event(9) [centos man page]

FC_HOST_POST_EVENT(9)						  SCSI mid layer					     FC_HOST_POST_EVENT(9)

fc_host_post_event - called to post an even on an fc_host. SYNOPSIS
void fc_host_post_event(struct Scsi_Host * shost, u32 event_number, enum fc_host_event_code event_code, u32 event_data); ARGUMENTS
shost host the event occurred on event_number fc event number obtained from get_fc_event_number event_code fc_host event being posted event_data 32bits of data for the event being posted NOTES
This routine assumes no locks are held on entry. AUTHORS
James Bottomley <> Author. Rob Landley <> Author. COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 3.10 June 2014 FC_HOST_POST_EVENT(9)

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PAPI_event_info_t(3)						       PAPI						      PAPI_event_info_t(3)

PAPI_event_info_t - SYNOPSIS
Data Fields unsigned int event_code char symbol [1024] char short_descr [64] char long_descr [1024] int component_index char units [64] int location int data_type int value_type int timescope int update_type int update_freq unsigned int count unsigned int event_type char derived [64] char postfix [256] unsigned int code [12] char name [12][256] char note [1024] Field Documentation unsigned int PAPI_event_info_t::code[12] array of values that further describe the event: o presets: native event_code values o native:, register values(?) int PAPI_event_info_t::component_index component this event belongs to unsigned int PAPI_event_info_t::count number of terms (usually 1) in the code and name fields o presets: these are native events o native: these are unused int PAPI_event_info_t::data_type data type returned by PAPI char PAPI_event_info_t::derived[64] name of the derived type o presets: usually NOT_DERIVED o native: empty string unsigned int PAPI_event_info_t::event_code preset (0x8xxxxxxx) or native (0x4xxxxxxx) event code unsigned int PAPI_event_info_t::event_type event type or category for preset events only int PAPI_event_info_t::location location event applies to char PAPI_event_info_t::long_descr[1024] a longer description: typically a sentence for presets, possibly a paragraph from vendor docs for native events char PAPI_event_info_t::name[12][256] < names of code terms: - presets: native event names, o native: descriptive strings for each register value(?) char PAPI_event_info_t::note[1024] an optional developer note supplied with a preset event to delineate platform specific anomalies or restrictions char PAPI_event_info_t::postfix[256] string containing postfix operations; only defined for preset events of derived type DERIVED_POSTFIX char PAPI_event_info_t::short_descr[64] a short description suitable for use as a label char PAPI_event_info_t::symbol[1024] name of the event int PAPI_event_info_t::timescope from start, etc. char PAPI_event_info_t::units[64] units event is measured in int PAPI_event_info_t::update_freq how frequently event is updated int PAPI_event_info_t::update_type how event is updated int PAPI_event_info_t::value_type sum or absolute Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for PAPI from the source code. Version Tue Jun 17 2014 PAPI_event_info_t(3)
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