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SQ_REMAP(9)							 Memory Management						       SQ_REMAP(9)

NAME
sq_remap - Map a physical address through the Store Queues SYNOPSIS
unsigned long sq_remap(unsigned long phys, unsigned int size, const char * name, pgprot_t prot); ARGUMENTS
phys Physical address of mapping. size Length of mapping. name User invoking mapping. prot Protection bits. DESCRIPTION
Remaps the physical address phys through the next available store queue address of size length. name is logged at boot time as well as through the sysfs interface. AUTHOR
Paul Mundt <lethal@linux-sh.org> Author. COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 3.10 June 2014 SQ_REMAP(9)

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

NAME
pmap_enter -- insert a virtual page into a physical map SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/param.h> #include <vm/vm.h> #include <vm/pmap.h> int pmap_enter(pmap_t pmap, vm_offset_t va, vm_page_t m, vm_prot_t prot, u_int flags, int8_t psind); DESCRIPTION
The pmap_enter() function creates a mapping in the physical map pmap from the virtual address va to the physical page m with the protection prot. Any previous mapping at the virtual address va is destroyed. The flags argument may have the following values: VM_PROT_READ A read access to the given virtual address triggered the call. VM_PROT_WRITE A write access to the given virtual address triggered the call. VM_PROT_EXECUTE An execute access to the given virtual address triggered the call. PMAP_ENTER_WIRED The mapping should be marked as wired. PMAP_ENTER_NOSLEEP This function may not sleep during creation of the mapping. If the mapping cannot be created without sleeping, an appro- priate Mach VM error is returned. If the PMAP_ENTER_NOSLEEP flag is not specified, this function must create the requested mapping before returning. It may not fail. In order to create the requested mapping, this function may destroy any non-wired mapping in any pmap. The psind parameter specifies the page size that should be used by the mapping. The supported page sizes are described by the global array pagesizes[]. The desired page size is specified by passing the index of the array element that equals the desired page size. When the pmap_enter() function destroys or updates a managed mapping, including an existing mapping at virtual address va, it updates the vm_page structure corresponding to the previously mapped physical page. If the physical page was accessed through the managed mapping, then the vm_page structure's PGA_REFERENCED aflag is set. If the physical page was modified through the managed mapping, then the vm_page_dirty() function is called on the vm_page structure. The PGA_WRITEABLE aflag must be set for the page m if the new mapping is managed and writeable. It is advised to clear PGA_WRITEABLE for destroyed mappings if the implementation can ensure that no other writeable managed mappings for the previously mapped pages exist. If the page m is managed, the page must be busied by the caller or the owning object must be locked. In the later case, the PMAP_ENTER_NOSLEEP must be specified by the caller. The pmap_enter() function must handle the multiprocessor TLB consistency for the given address. NOTES
On amd64, arm and i386 architectures the existing implementation of the pmap_enter function is incomplete, only value 0 for psind is sup- ported. Other supported architectures have pagesizes[] array of size 1. RETURN VALUES
If successful, the pmap_enter() function returns KERN_SUCCESS. If the PMAP_ENTER_NOSLEEP flag was specified and the resources required for the mapping cannot be acquired without sleeping, KERN_RESOURCE_SHORTAGE is returned. SEE ALSO
pmap(9) AUTHORS
This manual page was first written by Bruce M Simpson <bms@spc.org> and then rewritten by Alan Cox <alc@FreeBSD.org> and Konstantin Belousov <kib@FreeBSD.org>. BSD
January 27, 2015 BSD
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