SRP_RELEASE_TRANSPOR(9) SCSI mid layer SRP_RELEASE_TRANSPOR(9)NAME
srp_release_transport - release SRP transport template instance
void srp_release_transport(struct scsi_transport_template * t);
transport template instance
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XPT(4) BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual XPT(4)NAME
xpt -- CAM transport layer interface
The xpt driver provides a way for userland applications to issue certain CAM CCBs to the kernel.
Since the xpt driver allows direct access to the CAM subsystem, system administrators should exercise caution when granting access to this
driver. If used improperly, this driver can allow userland applications to crash a machine or cause data loss.
There is no kernel configuration required for the xpt driver. It is enabled when SCSI support is enabled in the kernel. There is one
instance of the xpt driver per CAM transport layer instance. Since there is currently only one CAM transport layer, there will only be one
instance of this driver.
CAMIOCOMMAND This ioctl takes certain kinds of CAM CCBs and passes them through to the CAM transport layer for action. Only the following
CCB types are supported:
The above CCBs are the only ones supported since it makes more sense to send them through a generic passthrough device rather
than a passthrough device tied to a particular underlying SCSI device.
CAMGETPASSTHRU This ioctl takes an XPT_GDEVLIST CCB, and returns the passthrough device corresponding to the device in question.
/dev/xpt0 Character device node for the xpt driver.
SEE ALSO cam(3), cam_cdbparse(3), pass(4), camcontrol(8)HISTORY
The CAM transport layer driver first appeared in FreeBSD 3.0.
Kenneth Merry <ken@FreeBSD.org>
BSD October 10, 1998 BSD
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