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csx_maplogsocket(9f) [opensolaris man page]

csx_MapLogSocket(9F)					   Kernel Functions for Drivers 				      csx_MapLogSocket(9F)

NAME
csx_MapLogSocket - return the physical socket number associated with the client handle SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/pccard.h> int32_t csx_MapLogSocket(client_handle_t ch, map_log_socket_t *ls); INTERFACE LEVEL
Solaris DDI Specific (Solaris DDI) PARAMETERS
ch Client handle returned from csx_RegisterClient(9F). ls Pointer to a map_log_socket_t structure. DESCRIPTION
This function returns the physical socket number associated with the client handle. STRUCTURE MEMBERS
The structure members of map_log_socket_t are: uint32_t LogSocket; /* logical socket number */ uint32_t PhyAdapter; /* physical adapter number */ uint32_t PhySocket; /* physical socket number */ The fields are defined as follows: LogSocket Not used by this implementation of Card Services and can be set to any arbitrary value. PhyAdapter Returns the physical adapter number, which is always 0 in the Solaris implementation of Card Services. PhySocket Returns the physical socket number associated with the client handle. The physical socket number is typically used as part of an error or message string or if the client creates minor nodes based on the physical socket number. RETURN VALUES
CS_SUCCESS Successful operation. CS_BAD_HANDLE Client handle is invalid. CS_UNSUPPORTED_FUNCTION No PCMCIA hardware installed. CONTEXT
This function may be called from user or kernel context. SEE ALSO
csx_RegisterClient(9F) PC Card 95 Standard, PCMCIA/JEIDA SunOS 5.11 19 Jul 1996 csx_MapLogSocket(9F)

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csx_RequestSocketMask(9F)				   Kernel Functions for Drivers 				 csx_RequestSocketMask(9F)

NAME
csx_RequestSocketMask, csx_ReleaseSocketMask - set or clear the client's client event mask SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/pccard.h> int32_t csx_RequestSocketMask(client_handle_t ch, request_socket_mask_t *sm); int32_t csx_ReleaseSocketMask(client_handle_t ch, release_socket_mask_t *rm); INTERFACE LEVEL
Solaris DDI Specific (Solaris DDI) PARAMETERS
ch Client handle returned from csx_RegisterClient(9F). sm Pointer to a request_socket_mask_t structure. rm Pointer to a release_socket_mask_t structure. DESCRIPTION
The function csx_RequestSocketMask() sets the client's client event mask and enables the client to start receiving events at its event callback handler. Once this function returns successfully, the client can start receiving events at its event callback handler. Any pending events generated from the call to csx_RegisterClient(9F) will be delivered to the client after this call as well. This allows the client to set up the event handler mutexes before the event handler gets called. csx_RequestSocketMask() must be used before calling csx_GetEventMask(9F) or csx_SetEventMask(9F) for the client event mask for this socket. The function csx_ReleaseSocketMask() clears the client's client event mask. STRUCTURE MEMBERS
The structure members of request_socket_mask_t are: uint32_t Socket; /* socket number */ uint32_t EventMask; /* event mask to set or return */ The structure members of release_socket_mask_t are: uint32_t Socket; /* socket number */ The fields are defined as follows: Socket Not used in Solaris, but for portability with other Card Services implementations, it should be set to the logical socket number. EventMask This field is bit-mapped. Card Services performs event notification based on this field. See csx_event_handler(9E) for valid event definitions and for additional information about handling events. RETURN VALUES
CS_SUCCESS Successful operation. CS_BAD_HANDLE Client handle is invalid. CS_IN_USE csx_ReleaseSocketMask() has not been done. CS_BAD_SOCKET csx_RequestSocketMask() has not been done. CS_UNSUPPORTED_FUNCTION No PCMCIA hardware installed. CONTEXT
These functions may be called from user or kernel context. SEE ALSO
csx_event_handler(9E), csx_GetEventMask(9F), csx_RegisterClient(9F), csx_SetEventMask(9F) PC Card 95 Standard, PCMCIA/JEIDA SunOS 5.10 19 Jul 1996 csx_RequestSocketMask(9F)
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