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phy_mii_ioctl(9) [centos man page]

PHY_MII_IOCTL(9)					      Network device support						  PHY_MII_IOCTL(9)

NAME
phy_mii_ioctl - generic PHY MII ioctl interface SYNOPSIS
int phy_mii_ioctl(struct phy_device * phydev, struct ifreq * ifr, int cmd); ARGUMENTS
phydev the phy_device struct ifr struct ifreq for socket ioctl's cmd ioctl cmd to execute DESCRIPTION
Note that this function is currently incompatible with the PHYCONTROL layer. It changes registers without regard to current state. Use at own risk. COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 3.10 June 2014 PHY_MII_IOCTL(9)

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FSETOWN(9)						   BSD Kernel Developer's Manual						FSETOWN(9)

NAME
fsetown, fgetown, fownsignal -- file descriptor owner handling functions SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/file.h> int fsetown(struct lwp *l, pid_t *pgid, int cmd, const void *data); int fgetown(struct lwp *l, pid_t pgid, int cmd, void *data); void fownsignal(pid_t pgid, int signo, int code, int band, void *fdescdata); DESCRIPTION
These functions handle file descriptor owner related ioctls and related signal delivery. Device drivers and other parts of the kernel call these functions from ioctl entry functions or I/O notification functions. fsetown() sets the owner of file. cmd is an ioctl command, one of SIOCSPGRP, FIOSETOWN, and TIOCSPGRP. data is interpreted as a pointer to a signed integer, the integer being the ID of the owner. The cmd determines how exactly data should be interpreted. If cmd is TIOCSPGRP, the ID needs to be positive and is interpreted as process group ID. For SIOCSPGRP and FIOSETOWN, the passed ID is the process ID if posi- tive, or the process group ID if negative. fgetown() returns the current owner of the file. cmd is an ioctl command, one of SIOCGPGRP, FIOGETOWN, and TIOCGPGRP. data is interpreted as a pointer to a signed integer, and the value is set according to the passed cmd. For TIOCGPGRP, the returned data value is positive process group ID if the owner is the process group, or negative process ID if the owner is a process. For other ioctls, the returned value is the positive process ID if the owner is a process, or the negative process group ID if the owner is a process group. fownsignal() schedules the signo signal to be sent to the current file descriptor owner. The signals typically used with this function are SIGIO and SIGURG. The code and band arguments are sent along with the signal as additional signal specific information if SA_SIGINFO is activated. If the information is not available from the context of the fownsignal() call, these should be passed as zero. fdescdata is used to lookup the file descriptor for SA_SIGINFO signals. If it is specified, the file descriptor number is sent along with the signal as addi- tional signal specific information. If file descriptor data pointer is not available in the context of the fownsignal() call, NULL should be used instead. Note that a fcntl(2) F_SETOWN request is translated by the kernel to a FIOSETOWN ioctl, and F_GETOWN is translated to FIOGETOWN. This is done transparently by generic code, before the device- or subsystem-specific ioctl entry function is called. SEE ALSO
fcntl(2), siginfo(2), signal(7), ioctl(9), signal(9) HISTORY
These kernel functions appeared in NetBSD 2.0. BSD
December 20, 2005 BSD
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