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MPT_DO_IOC_RECOVERY(9)					       Message-based devices					    MPT_DO_IOC_RECOVERY(9)

NAME
mpt_do_ioc_recovery - Initialize or recover MPT adapter. SYNOPSIS
int mpt_do_ioc_recovery(MPT_ADAPTER * ioc, u32 reason, int sleepFlag); ARGUMENTS
ioc Pointer to MPT adapter structure reason Event word / reason sleepFlag Use schedule if CAN_SLEEP else use udelay. DESCRIPTION
This routine performs all the steps necessary to bring the IOC to a OPERATIONAL state. This routine also pre-fetches the LAN MAC address of a Fibre Channel MPT adapter. RETURNS
0 for success -1 if failed to get board READY -2 if READY but IOCFacts Failed -3 if READY but PrimeIOCFifos Failed -4 if READY but IOCInit Failed -5 if failed to enable_device and/or request_selected_regions -6 if failed to upload firmware COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 3.10 June 2014 MPT_DO_IOC_RECOVERY(9)

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socal(7D)							      Devices								 socal(7D)

NAME
socal - Serial Optical Controller for Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop (SOC+) device driver SYNOPSIS
socal@sbus-slot,0 DESCRIPTION
The Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter is an SBus card which implements two full duplex Fibre Channel interfaces. Each Fibre Channel interface can connect to a Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop (FC-AL). The socal device driver is a nexus driver and implements portions of the FC-2 and FC-4 layers of FC-AL. FILES
/kernel/drv/socal ELF Kernel Module ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Architecture |SPARC | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
sbus(4), sf(7D), ssd(7D) Writing Device Drivers ANSI X3.230-1994, Fibre Channel Physical and Signalling Interface (FC-PH) ANSI X3.272-1996, Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop (FC-AL) Fibre Channel Private Loop SCSI Direct Attach (FC-PLDA) DIAGNOSTICS
The messages described below may appear on system console in addition to being logged. On the console, these messages are preceded by: socal%d: port %a where %d is the instance number of the socal controller and %a is the port on the host adapter. Fibre Channel Loop is ONLINE The Fibre Channel loop is now online. Fibre Channel Loop is OFFLINE The Fibre Channel loop is now offline. attach failed: device in slave-only slot. Move soc+ card to another slot. attach failed: bad soft state. Driver did not attach, devices will be inaccessible. attach failed: unable to alloc xport struct. Driver did not attach, devices will be inaccessible. attach failed: unable to map eeprom Driver was unable to map device memory; check for bad hardware. Driver did not attach to device, devices will be inaccessible. attach failed: unable to map XRAM Driver was unable to map device memory; check for bad hardware. Driver did not attach to device, devices will be inaccessible. attach failed: unable to map registers Driver was unable to map device registers; check for bad hardware. Driver did not attach to device, devices will be inaccessible. attach failed: unable to access status register Driver was unable to map device registers; check for bad hardware. Driver did not attach to device, devices will be inaccessible. attach failed: unable to install interrupt handler Driver was not able to add the interrupt routine to the kernel. Driver did not attach to device, devices will be inaccessible. attach failed: unable to access host adapter XRAM Driver was unable to access device RAM; check for bad hardware. Driver did not attach to device, devices will be inaccessible. attach failed: unable to write host adapter XRAM Driver was unable to write device RAM; check for bad hardware. Driver did not attach to device, devices will be inaccessible. attach failed: read/write mismatch in XRAM Driver was unable to verify device RAM; check for bad hardware. Driver did not attach to device, devices will be inaccessible. SunOS 5.11 9 May 1997 socal(7D)
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