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23
24#ifndef XGE_HAL_STATS_H
25#define XGE_HAL_STATS_H
26
27#include "xge-os-pal.h"
28#include "xge-debug.h"
29#include "xgehal-types.h"
30#include "xgehal-config.h"
31
32__EXTERN_BEGIN_DECLS
33
34/**
35 * struct xge_hal_stats_hw_info_t - Xframe hardware statistics.
36 * Transmit MAC Statistics:
37 *
38 * @tmac_frms: Count of successfully transmitted MAC
39 * frames Note that this statistic may be inaccurate. The correct statistic may
40 * be derived by calcualating (tmac_ttl_octets - tmac_ttl_less_fb_octets) / 8
41 *
42 * @tmac_data_octets: Count of data and padding octets of successfully
43 * transmitted frames.
44 *
45 * @tmac_drop_frms: Count of frames that could not be sent for no other reason
46 * than internal MAC processing. Increments once whenever the
47 * transmit buffer is flushed (due to an ECC error on a memory descriptor).
48 *
49 * @tmac_mcst_frms: Count of successfully transmitted frames to a multicast
50 * address. Does not include frames sent to the broadcast address.
51 *
52 * @tmac_bcst_frms: Count of successfully transmitted frames to the broadcast
53 * address.
54 *
55 * @tmac_pause_ctrl_frms: Count of MAC PAUSE control frames that are
56 * transmitted. Since, the only control frames supported by this device
57 * are PAUSE frames, this register is a count of all transmitted MAC control
58 * frames.
59 *
60 * @tmac_ttl_octets: Count of total octets of transmitted frames, including
61 * framing characters.
62 *
63 * @tmac_ucst_frms: Count of transmitted frames containing a unicast address.
64 * @tmac_nucst_frms: Count of transmitted frames containing a non-unicast
65 * (broadcast, multicast) address.
66 *
67 * @tmac_any_err_frms: Count of transmitted frames containing any error that
68 * prevents them from being passed to the network. Increments if there is an ECC
69 * while reading the frame out of the transmit buffer.
70 *
71 * @tmac_ttl_less_fb_octets: Count of total octets of transmitted
72 * frames, not including framing characters (i.e. less framing bits)
73 *
74 * @tmac_vld_ip_octets: Count of total octets of transmitted IP datagrams that
75 * were passed to the network. Frames that are padded by the host have
76 * their padding counted as part of the IP datagram.
77 *
78 * @tmac_vld_ip: Count of transmitted IP datagrams that were passed to the
79 * network.
80 *
81 * @tmac_drop_ip: Count of transmitted IP datagrams that could not be passed to
82 * the network. Increments because of 1) an internal processing error (such as
83 * an uncorrectable ECC error); 2) a frame parsing error during IP checksum
84 * calculation.
85 *
86 * @tmac_icmp: Count of transmitted ICMP messages. Includes messages not sent
87 * due to problems within ICMP.
88 *
89 * @tmac_rst_tcp: Count of transmitted TCP segments containing the RST flag.
90 *
91 * @tmac_tcp: Count of transmitted TCP segments. Note that Xena has
92 * no knowledge of retransmission.
93 *
94 * @tmac_udp: Count of transmitted UDP datagrams.
95 * @reserved_0: Reserved.
96 *
97 * Receive MAC Statistics:
98 * @rmac_vld_frms: Count of successfully received MAC frames. Does not include
99 * frames received with frame-too-long, FCS, or length errors.
100 *
101 * @rmac_data_octets: Count of data and padding octets of successfully received
102 * frames. Does not include frames received with frame-too-long, FCS, or length
103 * errors.
104 *
105 * @rmac_fcs_err_frms: Count of received MAC frames that do not pass FCS. Does
106 * not include frames received with frame-too-long or frame-too-short error.
107 *
108 * @rmac_drop_frms: Count of received frames that could not be passed to the
109 * host because of 1) Random Early Discard (RED); 2) Frame steering algorithm
110 * found no available queue; 3) Receive ingress buffer overflow.
111 *
112 * @rmac_vld_mcst_frms: Count of successfully received MAC frames containing a
113 * multicast address. Does not include frames received with frame-too-long, FCS,
114 * or length errors.
115 *
116 * @rmac_vld_bcst_frms: Count of successfully received MAC frames containing a
117 * broadcast address. Does not include frames received with frame-too-long, FCS,
118 * or length errors.
119 *
120 * @rmac_in_rng_len_err_frms: Count of received frames with a length/type field
121 * value between 46 (42 for VLANtagged frames) and 1500 (also 1500 for
122 * VLAN-tagged frames), inclusive, that does not match the number of data octets
123 * (including pad) received. Also contains a count of received frames with a
124 * length/type field less than 46 (42 for VLAN-tagged frames) and the number of
125 * data octets (including pad) received is greater than 46 (42 for VLAN-tagged
126 * frames).
127 *
128 * @rmac_out_rng_len_err_frms: Count of received frames with length/type field
129 * between 1501 and 1535 decimal, inclusive.
130 *
131 * @rmac_long_frms: Count of received frames that are longer than
132 * rmac_max_pyld_len + 18 bytes (+22 bytes if VLAN-tagged).
133 *
134 * @rmac_pause_ctrl_frms: Count of received MAC PAUSE control frames.
135 *
136 * @rmac_unsup_ctrl_frms: Count of received MAC control frames
137 * that do not contain the PAUSE opcode. The sum of MAC_PAUSE_CTRL_FRMS and this
138 * register is a count of all received MAC control frames.
139 *
140 * @rmac_ttl_octets: Count of total octets of received frames, including framing
141 * characters.
142 *
143 * @rmac_accepted_ucst_frms: Count of successfully received frames
144 * containing a unicast address. Only includes frames that are passed to the
145 * system.
146 *
147 * @rmac_accepted_nucst_frms: Count of successfully received frames
148 * containing a non-unicast (broadcast or multicast) address. Only includes
149 * frames that are passed to the system. Could include, for instance,
150 * non-unicast frames that contain FCS errors if the MAC_ERROR_CFG register is
151 * set to pass FCSerrored frames to the host.
152 *
153 * @rmac_discarded_frms: Count of received frames containing any error that
154 * prevents them from being passed to the system. Includes, for example,
155 * received pause frames that are discarded by the MAC and frames discarded
156 * because of their destination address.
157 *
158 * @rmac_drop_events: Because the RMAC drops one frame at a time, this stat
159 * matches rmac_drop_frms.
160 *
161 * @reserved_1: Reserved.
162 * @rmac_ttl_less_fb_octets: Count of total octets of received frames,
163 * not including framing characters (i.e. less framing bits).
164 *
165 * @rmac_ttl_frms: Count of all received MAC frames, including frames received
166 * with frame-too-long, FCS, or length errors.
167 *
168 * @reserved_2: Reserved.
169 * @reserved_3: Reserved.
170 * @rmac_usized_frms: Count of received frames of length (including FCS, but not
171 * framing bits) less than 64 octets, that are otherwise well-formed.
172 *
173 * @rmac_osized_frms: Count of received frames of length (including FCS, but not
174 * framing bits) more than 1518 octets, that are otherwise well-formed.
175 *
176 * @rmac_frag_frms: Count of received frames of length (including FCS, but not
177 * framing bits) less than 64 octets that had bad FCS. In other words, counts
178 * fragments (i.e. runts).
179 *
180 * @rmac_jabber_frms: Count of received frames of length (including FCS, but not
181 * framing bits) more than MTU octets that had bad FCS. In other words, counts
182 * jabbers.
183 *
184 * @reserved_4: Reserved.
185 * @rmac_ttl_64_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length (including
186 * FCS, but not framing bits) of exactly 64 octets. Includes frames received
187 * with frame-too-long, FCS, or length errors.
188 *
189 * @rmac_ttl_65_127_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
190 * (including FCS, but not framing bits) of between 65 and 127 octets
191 * inclusive. Includes frames received with frame-too-long, FCS, or length
192 * errors.
193 * @reserved_5: Reserved.
194 * @rmac_ttl_128_255_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
195 * (including FCS, but not framing bits) of between 128 and 255 octets
196 * inclusive. Includes frames received with frame-too-long, FCS, or length
197 * errors.
198 *
199 * @rmac_ttl_256_511_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
200 * (including FCS, but not framing bits) of between 256 and 511 octets
201 * inclusive. Includes frames received with frame-too-long, FCS, or length
202 * errors.
203 *
204 * @reserved_6: Reserved.
205 * @rmac_ttl_512_1023_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
206 * (including FCS, but not framing bits) of between 512 and 1023 octets
207 * inclusive. Includes frames received with frame-too-long, FCS, or length
208 * errors.
209 *
210 * @rmac_ttl_1024_1518_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
211 * (including FCS, but not framing bits) of between 1024 and 1518 octets
212 * inclusive. Includes frames received with frame-too-long, FCS, or length
213 * errors.
214 * @reserved_7: Reserved.
215 * @rmac_ip: Count of received IP datagrams. Includes errored IP datagrams.
216 *
217 * @rmac_ip_octets: Count of number of octets in received IP datagrams. Includes
218 * errored IP datagrams.
219 *
220 * @rmac_hdr_err_ip: Count of received IP datagrams that are discarded due to IP
221 * header errors.
222 *
223 * @rmac_drop_ip: Count of received IP datagrams that could not be passed to the
224 * host because of 1) Random Early Discard (RED); 2) Frame steering algorithm
225 * found no available queue; 3) Receive ingress buffer overflow.
226 * @rmac_icmp: Count of received ICMP messages. Includes errored ICMP messages
227 * (due to ICMP checksum fail).
228 *
229 * @reserved_8: Reserved.
230 * @rmac_tcp: Count of received TCP segments. Since Xena is unaware of
231 * connection context, counts all received TCP segments, regardless of whether
232 * or not they pertain to an established connection.
233 *
234 * @rmac_udp: Count of received UDP datagrams.
235 * @rmac_err_drp_udp: Count of received UDP datagrams that were not delivered to
236 * the system because of 1) Random Early Discard (RED); 2) Frame steering
237 * algorithm found no available queue; 3) Receive ingress buffer overflow.
238 *
239 * @rmac_xgmii_err_sym: Count of the number of symbol errors in the received
240 * XGMII data (i.e. PHY indicates "Receive Error" on the XGMII). Only includes
241 * symbol errors that are observed between the XGMII Start Frame Delimiter
242 * and End Frame Delimiter, inclusive. And only increments the count by one for
243 * each frame.
244 *
245 * @rmac_frms_q0: Count of number of frames that pass through queue 0 of receive
246 * buffer.
247 * @rmac_frms_q1: Count of number of frames that pass through queue 1 of receive
248 * buffer.
249 * @rmac_frms_q2: Count of number of frames that pass through queue 2 of receive
250 * buffer.
251 * @rmac_frms_q3: Count of number of frames that pass through queue 3 of receive
252 * buffer.
253 * @rmac_frms_q4: Count of number of frames that pass through queue 4 of receive
254 * buffer.
255 * @rmac_frms_q5: Count of number of frames that pass through queue 5 of receive
256 * buffer.
257 * @rmac_frms_q6: Count of number of frames that pass through queue 6 of receive
258 * buffer.
259 * @rmac_frms_q7: Count of number of frames that pass through queue 7 of receive
260 * buffer.
261 * @rmac_full_q0: Count of number of times that receive buffer queue 0 has
262 * filled up. If a queue is size 0, then this stat is incremented to a value of
263 * 1 when MAC receives its first frame.
264 *
265 * @rmac_full_q1: Count of number of times that receive buffer queue 1 has
266 * filled up. If a queue is size 0, then this stat is incremented to a value of
267 * 1 when MAC receives its first frame.
268 *
269 * @rmac_full_q2: Count of number of times that receive buffer queue 2 has
270 * filled up. If a queue is size 0, then this stat is incremented to a value of
271 * 1 when MAC receives its first frame.
272 *
273 * @rmac_full_q3: Count of number of times that receive buffer queue 3 has
274 * filled up. If a queue is size 0, then this stat is incremented to a value of
275 * 1 when MAC receives its first frame.
276 *
277 * @rmac_full_q4: Count of number of times that receive buffer queue 4 has
278 * filled up. If a queue is size 0, then this stat is incremented to a value of
279 * 1 when MAC receives its first frame.
280 *
281 * @rmac_full_q5: Count of number of times that receive buffer queue 5 has
282 * filled up. If a queue is size 0, then this stat is incremented to a value of
283 * 1 when MAC receives its first frame.
284 *
285 * @rmac_full_q6: Count of number of times that receive buffer queue 6 has
286 * filled up. If a queue is size 0, then this stat is incremented to a value of
287 * 1 when MAC receives its first frame.
288 *
289 * @rmac_full_q7: Count of number of times that receive buffer queue 7 has
290 * filled up. If a queue is size 0, then this stat is incremented to a value of
291 * 1 when MAC receives its first frame.
292 *
293 * @rmac_pause_cnt: Count of number of pause quanta that the MAC has been in the
294 * paused state. Recall, one pause quantum equates to 512 bit times.
295 * @reserved_9: Reserved.
296 * @rmac_xgmii_data_err_cnt: This counter is incremented when either 1) The
297 * Reconcilliation Sublayer (RS) is expecting one control character and gets
298 * another (i.e. expecting Start control character and gets another control
299 * character); 2) Start control character is not in lane 0 or lane 4; 3) The RS
300 * gets a Start control character, but the start frame delimiter is not found in
301 * the correct location.
302 * @rmac_xgmii_ctrl_err_cnt: Maintains a count of unexpected or
303 * misplaced control characters occuring outside of normal data transmission
304 * (i.e. not included in RMAC_XGMII_DATA_ERR_CNT).
305 *
306 * @rmac_accepted_ip: Count of received IP datagrams that were passed to the
307 * system.
308 *
309 * @rmac_err_tcp: Count of received TCP segments containing errors. For example,
310 * bad TCP checksum.
311 *
312 * PCI (bus) Statistics:
313 * @rd_req_cnt: Counts the total number of read requests made by the device.
314 * @new_rd_req_cnt: Counts the requests made for a new read sequence (request
315 * made for the same sequence after a retry or disconnect response are not
316 * counted).
317 * @new_rd_req_rtry_cnt: Counts the Retry responses received on the start of
318 * the new read sequences.
319 * @rd_rtry_cnt: Counts the Retry responses received for read requests.
320 * @wr_rtry_rd_ack_cnt: Increments whenever a read request is accepted by
321 * the target after a write request was terminated with retry.
322 * @wr_req_cnt: Counts the total number of Write requests made by the device.
323 * @new_wr_req_cnt: Counts the requests made for a new write sequence (request
324 * made for the same sequence after a retry or disconnect response are not
325 * counted).
326 * @new_wr_req_rtry_cnt: Counts the requests made for a new write sequence
327 * (request made for the same sequence after a retry or disconnect response are
328 * not counted).
329 *
330 * @wr_rtry_cnt: Counts the Retry responses received for write requests.
331 * @wr_disc_cnt: Write Disconnect. Counts the target initiated disconnects
332 * on write transactions.
333 * @rd_rtry_wr_ack_cnt: Increments whenever a write request is accepted by the
334 * target after a read request was terminated with retry.
335 *
336 * @txp_wr_cnt: Counts the host write transactions to the Tx Pointer
337 * FIFOs.
338 * @txd_rd_cnt: Count of the Transmit Descriptor (TxD) read requests.
339 * @txd_wr_cnt: Count of the TxD write requests.
340 * @rxd_rd_cnt: Count of the Receive Descriptor (RxD) read requests.
341 * @rxd_wr_cnt: Count of the RxD write requests.
342 * @txf_rd_cnt: Count of transmit frame read requests. This will not
343 * equal the number of frames transmitted, as frame data is typically spread
344 * across multiple PCI transactions.
345 * @rxf_wr_cnt: Count of receive frame write requests.
346 *
347 * @tmac_frms_oflow: tbd
348 * @tmac_data_octets_oflow: tbd
349 * @tmac_mcst_frms_oflow: tbd
350 * @tmac_bcst_frms_oflow: tbd
351 * @tmac_ttl_octets_oflow: tbd
352 * @tmac_ucst_frms_oflow: tbd
353 * @tmac_nucst_frms_oflow: tbd
354 * @tmac_any_err_frms_oflow: tbd
355 * @tmac_vlan_frms: tbd
356 * @tmac_vld_ip_oflow: tbd
357 * @tmac_drop_ip_oflow: tbd
358 * @tmac_icmp_oflow: tbd
359 * @tmac_rst_tcp_oflow: tbd
360 * @tmac_udp_oflow: tbd
361 * @reserved_10: tbd
362 * @tpa_unknown_protocol: tbd
363 * @tpa_parse_failure: tbd
364 * @rmac_vld_frms_oflow: tbd
365 * @rmac_data_octets_oflow: tbd
366 * @rmac_vld_mcst_frms_oflow: tbd
367 * @rmac_vld_bcst_frms_oflow: tbd
368 * @rmac_ttl_octets_oflow: tbd
369 * @rmac_accepted_ucst_frms_oflow: tbd
370 * @rmac_accepted_nucst_frms_oflow: tbd
371 * @rmac_discarded_frms_oflow: tbd
372 * @rmac_drop_events_oflow: tbd
373 * @rmac_usized_frms_oflow: tbd
374 * @rmac_osized_frms_oflow: tbd
375 * @rmac_frag_frms_oflow: tbd
376 * @rmac_jabber_frms_oflow: tbd
377 * @rmac_ip_oflow: tbd
378 * @rmac_drop_ip_oflow: tbd
379 * @rmac_icmp_oflow: tbd
380 * @rmac_udp_oflow: tbd
381 * @reserved_11: tbd
382 * @rmac_err_drp_udp_oflow: tbd
383 * @rmac_pause_cnt_oflow: tbd
384 * @rmac_ttl_1519_4095_frms: tbd
385 * @rmac_ttl_4096_8191_frms: tbd
386 * @rmac_ttl_8192_max_frms: tbd
387 * @rmac_ttl_gt_max_frms: tbd
388 * @rmac_osized_alt_frms: tbd
389 * @rmac_jabber_alt_frms: tbd
390 * @rmac_gt_max_alt_frms: tbd
391 * @rmac_vlan_frms: tbd
392 * @rmac_fcs_discard: tbd
393 * @rmac_len_discard: tbd
394 * @rmac_da_discard: tbd
395 * @rmac_pf_discard: tbd
396 * @rmac_rts_discard: tbd
397 * @rmac_wol_discard: tbd
398 * @rmac_red_discard: tbd
399 * @rmac_ingm_full_discard: tbd
400 * @rmac_accepted_ip_oflow: tbd
401 * @reserved_12: tbd
402 * @link_fault_cnt: TBD
403 * @reserved_13: tbd
404 * Xframe hardware statistics.
405 */
406typedef struct xge_hal_stats_hw_info_t {
407#ifdef  XGE_OS_HOST_BIG_ENDIAN
408/* Tx MAC statistics counters. */
409	u32 tmac_frms;
410	u32 tmac_data_octets;
411	u64 tmac_drop_frms;
412	u32 tmac_mcst_frms;
413	u32 tmac_bcst_frms;
414	u64 tmac_pause_ctrl_frms;
415	u32 tmac_ttl_octets;
416	u32 tmac_ucst_frms;
417	u32 tmac_nucst_frms;
418	u32 tmac_any_err_frms;
419	u64 tmac_ttl_less_fb_octets;
420	u64 tmac_vld_ip_octets;
421	u32 tmac_vld_ip;
422	u32 tmac_drop_ip;
423	u32 tmac_icmp;
424	u32 tmac_rst_tcp;
425	u64 tmac_tcp;
426	u32 tmac_udp;
427	u32 reserved_0;
428
429/* Rx MAC Statistics counters. */
430	u32 rmac_vld_frms;
431	u32 rmac_data_octets;
432	u64 rmac_fcs_err_frms;
433	u64 rmac_drop_frms;
434	u32 rmac_vld_mcst_frms;
435	u32 rmac_vld_bcst_frms;
436	u32 rmac_in_rng_len_err_frms;
437	u32 rmac_out_rng_len_err_frms;
438	u64 rmac_long_frms;
439	u64 rmac_pause_ctrl_frms;
440	u64 rmac_unsup_ctrl_frms;
441	u32 rmac_ttl_octets;
442	u32 rmac_accepted_ucst_frms;
443	u32 rmac_accepted_nucst_frms;
444	u32 rmac_discarded_frms;
445	u32 rmac_drop_events;
446	u32 reserved_1;
447	u64 rmac_ttl_less_fb_octets;
448	u64 rmac_ttl_frms;
449	u64 reserved_2;
450	u32 reserved_3;
451	u32 rmac_usized_frms;
452	u32 rmac_osized_frms;
453	u32 rmac_frag_frms;
454	u32 rmac_jabber_frms;
455	u32 reserved_4;
456	u64 rmac_ttl_64_frms;
457	u64 rmac_ttl_65_127_frms;
458	u64 reserved_5;
459	u64 rmac_ttl_128_255_frms;
460	u64 rmac_ttl_256_511_frms;
461	u64 reserved_6;
462	u64 rmac_ttl_512_1023_frms;
463	u64 rmac_ttl_1024_1518_frms;
464	u32 reserved_7;
465	u32 rmac_ip;
466	u64 rmac_ip_octets;
467	u32 rmac_hdr_err_ip;
468	u32 rmac_drop_ip;
469	u32 rmac_icmp;
470	u32 reserved_8;
471	u64 rmac_tcp;
472	u32 rmac_udp;
473	u32 rmac_err_drp_udp;
474	u64 rmac_xgmii_err_sym;
475	u64 rmac_frms_q0;
476	u64 rmac_frms_q1;
477	u64 rmac_frms_q2;
478	u64 rmac_frms_q3;
479	u64 rmac_frms_q4;
480	u64 rmac_frms_q5;
481	u64 rmac_frms_q6;
482	u64 rmac_frms_q7;
483	u16 rmac_full_q0;
484	u16 rmac_full_q1;
485	u16 rmac_full_q2;
486	u16 rmac_full_q3;
487	u16 rmac_full_q4;
488	u16 rmac_full_q5;
489	u16 rmac_full_q6;
490	u16 rmac_full_q7;
491	u32 rmac_pause_cnt;
492	u32 reserved_9;
493	u64 rmac_xgmii_data_err_cnt;
494	u64 rmac_xgmii_ctrl_err_cnt;
495	u32 rmac_accepted_ip;
496	u32 rmac_err_tcp;
497
498/* PCI/PCI-X Read transaction statistics. */
499	u32 rd_req_cnt;
500	u32 new_rd_req_cnt;
501	u32 new_rd_req_rtry_cnt;
502	u32 rd_rtry_cnt;
503	u32 wr_rtry_rd_ack_cnt;
504
505/* PCI/PCI-X write transaction statistics. */
506	u32 wr_req_cnt;
507	u32 new_wr_req_cnt;
508	u32 new_wr_req_rtry_cnt;
509	u32 wr_rtry_cnt;
510	u32 wr_disc_cnt;
511	u32 rd_rtry_wr_ack_cnt;
512
513/*	DMA Transaction statistics. */
514	u32 txp_wr_cnt;
515	u32 txd_rd_cnt;
516	u32 txd_wr_cnt;
517	u32 rxd_rd_cnt;
518	u32 rxd_wr_cnt;
519	u32 txf_rd_cnt;
520	u32 rxf_wr_cnt;
521
522/* Enhanced Herc statistics */
523	u32 tmac_frms_oflow;
524	u32 tmac_data_octets_oflow;
525	u32 tmac_mcst_frms_oflow;
526	u32 tmac_bcst_frms_oflow;
527	u32 tmac_ttl_octets_oflow;
528	u32 tmac_ucst_frms_oflow;
529	u32 tmac_nucst_frms_oflow;
530	u32 tmac_any_err_frms_oflow;
531	u64 tmac_vlan_frms;
532	u32 tmac_vld_ip_oflow;
533	u32 tmac_drop_ip_oflow;
534	u32 tmac_icmp_oflow;
535	u32 tmac_rst_tcp_oflow;
536	u32 tmac_udp_oflow;
537	u32 tpa_unknown_protocol;
538	u32 tpa_parse_failure;
539	u32 reserved_10;
540	u32 rmac_vld_frms_oflow;
541	u32 rmac_data_octets_oflow;
542	u32 rmac_vld_mcst_frms_oflow;
543	u32 rmac_vld_bcst_frms_oflow;
544	u32 rmac_ttl_octets_oflow;
545	u32 rmac_accepted_ucst_frms_oflow;
546	u32 rmac_accepted_nucst_frms_oflow;
547	u32 rmac_discarded_frms_oflow;
548	u32 rmac_drop_events_oflow;
549	u32 rmac_usized_frms_oflow;
550	u32 rmac_osized_frms_oflow;
551	u32 rmac_frag_frms_oflow;
552	u32 rmac_jabber_frms_oflow;
553	u32 rmac_ip_oflow;
554	u32 rmac_drop_ip_oflow;
555	u32 rmac_icmp_oflow;
556	u32 rmac_udp_oflow;
557	u32 rmac_err_drp_udp_oflow;
558	u32 rmac_pause_cnt_oflow;
559	u32 reserved_11;
560	u64 rmac_ttl_1519_4095_frms;
561	u64 rmac_ttl_4096_8191_frms;
562	u64 rmac_ttl_8192_max_frms;
563	u64 rmac_ttl_gt_max_frms;
564	u64 rmac_osized_alt_frms;
565	u64 rmac_jabber_alt_frms;
566	u64 rmac_gt_max_alt_frms;
567	u64 rmac_vlan_frms;
568	u32 rmac_fcs_discard;
569	u32 rmac_len_discard;
570	u32 rmac_da_discard;
571	u32 rmac_pf_discard;
572	u32 rmac_rts_discard;
573	u32 rmac_wol_discard;
574	u32 rmac_red_discard;
575	u32 rmac_ingm_full_discard;
576	u32 rmac_accepted_ip_oflow;
577	u32 reserved_12;
578	u32 link_fault_cnt;
579	u32 reserved_13;
580#else
581/* Tx MAC statistics counters. */
582	u32 tmac_data_octets;
583	u32 tmac_frms;
584	u64 tmac_drop_frms;
585	u32 tmac_bcst_frms;
586	u32 tmac_mcst_frms;
587	u64 tmac_pause_ctrl_frms;
588	u32 tmac_ucst_frms;
589	u32 tmac_ttl_octets;
590	u32 tmac_any_err_frms;
591	u32 tmac_nucst_frms;
592	u64 tmac_ttl_less_fb_octets;
593	u64 tmac_vld_ip_octets;
594	u32 tmac_drop_ip;
595	u32 tmac_vld_ip;
596	u32 tmac_rst_tcp;
597	u32 tmac_icmp;
598	u64 tmac_tcp;
599	u32 reserved_0;
600	u32 tmac_udp;
601
602/* Rx MAC Statistics counters. */
603	u32 rmac_data_octets;
604	u32 rmac_vld_frms;
605	u64 rmac_fcs_err_frms;
606	u64 rmac_drop_frms;
607	u32 rmac_vld_bcst_frms;
608	u32 rmac_vld_mcst_frms;
609	u32 rmac_out_rng_len_err_frms;
610	u32 rmac_in_rng_len_err_frms;
611	u64 rmac_long_frms;
612	u64 rmac_pause_ctrl_frms;
613	u64 rmac_unsup_ctrl_frms;
614	u32 rmac_accepted_ucst_frms;
615	u32 rmac_ttl_octets;
616	u32 rmac_discarded_frms;
617	u32 rmac_accepted_nucst_frms;
618	u32 reserved_1;
619	u32 rmac_drop_events;
620	u64 rmac_ttl_less_fb_octets;
621	u64 rmac_ttl_frms;
622	u64 reserved_2;
623	u32 rmac_usized_frms;
624	u32 reserved_3;
625	u32 rmac_frag_frms;
626	u32 rmac_osized_frms;
627	u32 reserved_4;
628	u32 rmac_jabber_frms;
629	u64 rmac_ttl_64_frms;
630	u64 rmac_ttl_65_127_frms;
631	u64 reserved_5;
632	u64 rmac_ttl_128_255_frms;
633	u64 rmac_ttl_256_511_frms;
634	u64 reserved_6;
635	u64 rmac_ttl_512_1023_frms;
636	u64 rmac_ttl_1024_1518_frms;
637	u32 rmac_ip;
638	u32 reserved_7;
639	u64 rmac_ip_octets;
640	u32 rmac_drop_ip;
641	u32 rmac_hdr_err_ip;
642	u32 reserved_8;
643	u32 rmac_icmp;
644	u64 rmac_tcp;
645	u32 rmac_err_drp_udp;
646	u32 rmac_udp;
647	u64 rmac_xgmii_err_sym;
648	u64 rmac_frms_q0;
649	u64 rmac_frms_q1;
650	u64 rmac_frms_q2;
651	u64 rmac_frms_q3;
652	u64 rmac_frms_q4;
653	u64 rmac_frms_q5;
654	u64 rmac_frms_q6;
655	u64 rmac_frms_q7;
656	u16 rmac_full_q3;
657	u16 rmac_full_q2;
658	u16 rmac_full_q1;
659	u16 rmac_full_q0;
660	u16 rmac_full_q7;
661	u16 rmac_full_q6;
662	u16 rmac_full_q5;
663	u16 rmac_full_q4;
664	u32 reserved_9;
665	u32 rmac_pause_cnt;
666	u64 rmac_xgmii_data_err_cnt;
667	u64 rmac_xgmii_ctrl_err_cnt;
668	u32 rmac_err_tcp;
669	u32 rmac_accepted_ip;
670
671/* PCI/PCI-X Read transaction statistics. */
672	u32 new_rd_req_cnt;
673	u32 rd_req_cnt;
674	u32 rd_rtry_cnt;
675	u32 new_rd_req_rtry_cnt;
676
677/* PCI/PCI-X Write/Read transaction statistics. */
678	u32 wr_req_cnt;
679	u32 wr_rtry_rd_ack_cnt;
680	u32 new_wr_req_rtry_cnt;
681	u32 new_wr_req_cnt;
682	u32 wr_disc_cnt;
683	u32 wr_rtry_cnt;
684
685/*	PCI/PCI-X Write / DMA Transaction statistics. */
686	u32 txp_wr_cnt;
687	u32 rd_rtry_wr_ack_cnt;
688	u32 txd_wr_cnt;
689	u32 txd_rd_cnt;
690	u32 rxd_wr_cnt;
691	u32 rxd_rd_cnt;
692	u32 rxf_wr_cnt;
693	u32 txf_rd_cnt;
694
695/* Enhanced Herc statistics */
696	u32 tmac_data_octets_oflow;
697	u32 tmac_frms_oflow;
698	u32 tmac_bcst_frms_oflow;
699	u32 tmac_mcst_frms_oflow;
700	u32 tmac_ucst_frms_oflow;
701	u32 tmac_ttl_octets_oflow;
702	u32 tmac_any_err_frms_oflow;
703	u32 tmac_nucst_frms_oflow;
704	u64 tmac_vlan_frms;
705	u32 tmac_drop_ip_oflow;
706	u32 tmac_vld_ip_oflow;
707	u32 tmac_rst_tcp_oflow;
708	u32 tmac_icmp_oflow;
709	u32 tpa_unknown_protocol;
710	u32 tmac_udp_oflow;
711	u32 reserved_10;
712	u32 tpa_parse_failure;
713	u32 rmac_data_octets_oflow;
714	u32 rmac_vld_frms_oflow;
715	u32 rmac_vld_bcst_frms_oflow;
716	u32 rmac_vld_mcst_frms_oflow;
717	u32 rmac_accepted_ucst_frms_oflow;
718	u32 rmac_ttl_octets_oflow;
719	u32 rmac_discarded_frms_oflow;
720	u32 rmac_accepted_nucst_frms_oflow;
721	u32 rmac_usized_frms_oflow;
722	u32 rmac_drop_events_oflow;
723	u32 rmac_frag_frms_oflow;
724	u32 rmac_osized_frms_oflow;
725	u32 rmac_ip_oflow;
726	u32 rmac_jabber_frms_oflow;
727	u32 rmac_icmp_oflow;
728	u32 rmac_drop_ip_oflow;
729	u32 rmac_err_drp_udp_oflow;
730	u32 rmac_udp_oflow;
731	u32 reserved_11;
732	u32 rmac_pause_cnt_oflow;
733	u64 rmac_ttl_1519_4095_frms;
734	u64 rmac_ttl_4096_8191_frms;
735	u64 rmac_ttl_8192_max_frms;
736	u64 rmac_ttl_gt_max_frms;
737	u64 rmac_osized_alt_frms;
738	u64 rmac_jabber_alt_frms;
739	u64 rmac_gt_max_alt_frms;
740	u64 rmac_vlan_frms;
741	u32 rmac_len_discard;
742	u32 rmac_fcs_discard;
743	u32 rmac_pf_discard;
744	u32 rmac_da_discard;
745	u32 rmac_wol_discard;
746	u32 rmac_rts_discard;
747	u32 rmac_ingm_full_discard;
748	u32 rmac_red_discard;
749	u32 reserved_12;
750	u32 rmac_accepted_ip_oflow;
751	u32 reserved_13;
752	u32 link_fault_cnt;
753#endif
754} xge_hal_stats_hw_info_t;
755
756/**
757 * struct xge_hal_stats_channel_into_t - HAL channel statistics.
758 * @full_cnt: TBD
759 * @usage_max: TBD
760 * @reserve_free_swaps_cnt: Reserve/free swap counter. Internal usage.
761 * @max_compl_per_intr_cnt: Maximum number of completions per interrupt.
762 * @avg_compl_per_intr_cnt: Average number of completions per interrupt.
763 *           Note that a total number of completed descriptors
764 *           for the given channel can be calculated as
765 *           (@traffic_intr_cnt * @avg_compl_per_intr_cnt).
766 * @total_compl_cnt: Total completion count.
767 *        @total_compl_cnt == (@traffic_intr_cnt * @avg_compl_per_intr_cnt).
768 * @total_posts: Total number of descriptor postings on the channel.
769 *        Counts the number of xge_hal_ring_dtr_post()
770 *        or xge_hal_fifo_dtr_post() calls by ULD, for ring and fifo
771 *        channel, respectively.
772 * @total_posts_many: Total number of posts on the channel that involved
773 *        more than one descriptor. Counts the number of
774 *        xge_hal_fifo_dtr_post_many() calls performed by ULD.
775 * @total_buffers: Total number of buffers posted on the channel.
776 * @copied_frags: TBD
777 * @copied_buffers: TBD
778 * @avg_buffers_per_post: Average number of buffers transferred in a single
779 *        post operation.
780 *        Calculated as @total_buffers/@total_posts.
781 * @avg_buffer_size: Average buffer size transferred by a single post
782 *       operation on a fifo channel. The counter is not supported for a ring
783 *       channel. Calculated as a total number of transmitted octets divided
784 *       by @total_buffers.
785 * @avg_post_size: Average amount of data transferred by a single post.
786 *       Calculated as a total number of transmitted octets divided by
787 *       @total_posts.
788 * @ring_bump_cnt: Ring "bump" count. Number of times the hardware could
789 *       not post receive data (and had to continue keeping it on-board)
790 *       because of unavailable receive descriptor(s).
791 * @total_posts_dtrs_many: Total number of posts on the channel that involving
792 *       more than one descriptor.
793 * @total_posts_frags_many: Total number of fragments posted on the channel
794 *	 during post requests of multiple descriptors.
795 * @total_posts_dang_dtrs: Total number of posts on the channel involving
796 *       dangling descriptors.
797 * @total_posts_dang_frags: Total number of dangling fragments posted on the channel
798 *	 during post request containing multiple descriptors.
799 *
800 * HAL channel counters.
801 * See also: xge_hal_stats_device_info_t{}.
802 */
803typedef struct xge_hal_stats_channel_info_t {
804	u32	full_cnt;
805	u32	usage_max;
806	u32	reserve_free_swaps_cnt;
807	u32	avg_compl_per_intr_cnt;
808	u32	total_compl_cnt;
809	u32	total_posts;
810	u32	total_posts_many;
811	u32	total_buffers;
812	u32	copied_frags;
813	u32	copied_buffers;
814	u32	avg_buffers_per_post;
815	u32	avg_buffer_size;
816	u32	avg_post_size;
817	u32	ring_bump_cnt;
818	u32	total_posts_dtrs_many;
819	u32	total_posts_frags_many;
820	u32	total_posts_dang_dtrs;
821	u32	total_posts_dang_frags;
822} xge_hal_stats_channel_info_t;
823
824/**
825 * struct xge_hal_xpak_counter_t - HAL xpak error counters
826 * @excess_temp: excess transceiver_temperature count
827 * @excess_bias_current: excess laser_bias_current count
828 * @excess_laser_output: excess laser_output_power count
829 * @tick_period: tick count for each cycle
830 */
831typedef struct xge_hal_xpak_counter_t {
832        u32     excess_temp;
833        u32     excess_bias_current;
834        u32     excess_laser_output;
835        u32     tick_period;
836} xge_hal_xpak_counter_t;
837
838/**
839 * struct xge_hal_stats_xpak_t - HAL xpak stats
840 * @alarm_transceiver_temp_high: alarm_transceiver_temp_high count value
841 * @alarm_transceiver_temp_low : alarm_transceiver_temp_low count value
842 * @alarm_laser_bias_current_high: alarm_laser_bias_current_high count value
843 * @alarm_laser_bias_current_low: alarm_laser_bias_current_low count value
844 * @alarm_laser_output_power_high: alarm_laser_output_power_high count value
845 * @alarm_laser_output_power_low: alarm_laser_output_power_low count value
846 * @warn_transceiver_temp_high: warn_transceiver_temp_high count value
847 * @warn_transceiver_temp_low: warn_transceiver_temp_low count value
848 * @warn_laser_bias_current_high: warn_laser_bias_current_high count value
849 * @warn_laser_bias_current_low: warn_laser_bias_current_low count value
850 * @warn_laser_output_power_high: warn_laser_output_power_high count value
851 * @warn_laser_output_power_low: warn_laser_output_power_low count value
852 */
853typedef struct xge_hal_stats_xpak_t {
854        u16     alarm_transceiver_temp_high;
855        u16     alarm_transceiver_temp_low;
856        u16     alarm_laser_bias_current_high;
857        u16     alarm_laser_bias_current_low;
858        u16     alarm_laser_output_power_high;
859        u16     alarm_laser_output_power_low;
860        u16     warn_transceiver_temp_high;
861        u16     warn_transceiver_temp_low;
862        u16     warn_laser_bias_current_high;
863        u16     warn_laser_bias_current_low;
864        u16     warn_laser_output_power_high;
865        u16     warn_laser_output_power_low;
866} xge_hal_stats_xpak_t;
867
868
869
870/**
871 * struct xge_hal_stats_sw_err_t - HAL device error statistics.
872 * @sm_err_cnt: TBD
873 * @single_ecc_err_cnt: TBD
874 * @double_ecc_err_cnt: TBD
875 * @ecc_err_cnt: ECC error count.
876 * @parity_err_cnt: Parity error count.
877 * @serr_cnt: Number of exceptions indicated to the host via PCI SERR#.
878 * @rxd_t_code_err_cnt: Array of receive transfer codes. The position
879 * (index) in this array reflects the transfer code type, for instance
880 * 0x7 - for "invalid receive buffer size", or 0x8 - for ECC.
881 * Value rxd_t_code_err_cnt[i] reflects the
882 * number of times the corresponding transfer code was encountered.
883 *
884 * @txd_t_code_err_cnt: Array of transmit transfer codes. The position
885 * (index) in this array reflects the transfer code type, for instance
886 * 0xA - "loss of link".
887 * Value txd_t_code_err_cnt[i] reflects the
888 * number of times the corresponding transfer code was encountered.
889 * @stats_xpak: TBD
890 * @xpak_counter: TBD
891 */
892typedef struct xge_hal_stats_sw_err_t {
893	u32     sm_err_cnt;
894	u32     single_ecc_err_cnt;
895	u32     double_ecc_err_cnt;
896	u32     ecc_err_cnt;
897	u32     parity_err_cnt;
898	u32     serr_cnt;
899	u32     rxd_t_code_err_cnt[16];
900	u32     txd_t_code_err_cnt[16];
901	xge_hal_stats_xpak_t    stats_xpak;
902	xge_hal_xpak_counter_t  xpak_counter;
903} xge_hal_stats_sw_err_t;
904
905/**
906 * struct xge_hal_stats_device_info_t - HAL own per-device statistics.
907 *
908 * @rx_traffic_intr_cnt: TBD
909 * @tx_traffic_intr_cnt: TBD
910 * @txpic_intr_cnt: TBD
911 * @txdma_intr_cnt: TBD
912 * @txmac_intr_cnt: TBD
913 * @txxgxs_intr_cnt: TBD
914 * @rxpic_intr_cnt: TBD
915 * @rxdma_intr_cnt: TBD
916 * @rxmac_intr_cnt: TBD
917 * @rxxgxs_intr_cnt: TBD
918 * @mc_intr_cnt: TBD
919 * @not_traffic_intr_cnt: Number of times the host was interrupted
920 *                        without new completions.
921 *                        "Non-traffic interrupt counter".
922 * @not_xge_intr_cnt: TBD
923 * @traffic_intr_cnt: Number of traffic interrupts for the device.
924 * @total_intr_cnt: Total number of traffic interrupts for the device.
925 *                  @total_intr_cnt == @traffic_intr_cnt +
926 *                              @not_traffic_intr_cnt
927 * @soft_reset_cnt: Number of times soft reset is done on this device.
928 * @rxufca_hi_adjust_cnt: TODO
929 * @rxufca_lo_adjust_cnt: TODO
930 * @bimodal_hi_adjust_cnt: TODO
931 * @bimodal_lo_adjust_cnt: TODO
932 *
933 * @tot_frms_lroised: TBD
934 * @tot_lro_sessions: TBD
935 * @lro_frm_len_exceed_cnt: TBD
936 * @lro_sg_exceed_cnt: TBD
937 * @lro_out_of_seq_pkt_cnt: TBD
938 * @lro_dup_pkt_cnt: TBD
939 *
940 * HAL per-device statistics.
941 * See also: xge_hal_stats_channel_info_t{}.
942 */
943typedef struct xge_hal_stats_device_info_t {
944	u32				rx_traffic_intr_cnt;
945	u32				tx_traffic_intr_cnt;
946	u32				txpic_intr_cnt;
947	u32				txdma_intr_cnt;
948	u32				pfc_err_cnt;
949	u32				tda_err_cnt;
950	u32				pcc_err_cnt;
951	u32				tti_err_cnt;
952	u32				lso_err_cnt;
953	u32				tpa_err_cnt;
954	u32				sm_err_cnt;
955	u32				txmac_intr_cnt;
956	u32				mac_tmac_err_cnt;
957	u32				txxgxs_intr_cnt;
958	u32				xgxs_txgxs_err_cnt;
959	u32				rxpic_intr_cnt;
960	u32				rxdma_intr_cnt;
961	u32				rc_err_cnt;
962	u32				rpa_err_cnt;
963	u32				rda_err_cnt;
964	u32				rti_err_cnt;
965	u32				rxmac_intr_cnt;
966	u32				mac_rmac_err_cnt;
967	u32				rxxgxs_intr_cnt;
968	u32				xgxs_rxgxs_err_cnt;
969	u32				mc_intr_cnt;
970	u32				not_traffic_intr_cnt;
971	u32				not_xge_intr_cnt;
972	u32				traffic_intr_cnt;
973	u32				total_intr_cnt;
974	u32				soft_reset_cnt;
975	u32				rxufca_hi_adjust_cnt;
976	u32				rxufca_lo_adjust_cnt;
977	u32				bimodal_hi_adjust_cnt;
978	u32				bimodal_lo_adjust_cnt;
979#ifdef XGE_HAL_CONFIG_LRO
980	u32				tot_frms_lroised;
981	u32				tot_lro_sessions;
982	u32				lro_frm_len_exceed_cnt;
983	u32				lro_sg_exceed_cnt;
984	u32				lro_out_of_seq_pkt_cnt;
985	u32				lro_dup_pkt_cnt;
986#endif
987} xge_hal_stats_device_info_t;
988
989/* ========================== XFRAME ER STATISTICS ======================== */
990#define XGE_HAL_MAC_LINKS	3
991#define XGE_HAL_MAC_AGGREGATORS	2
992#define XGE_HAL_VPATHS		17
993/**
994 * struct xge_hal_stats_link_info_t - XGMAC statistics for a link
995 *
996 * @tx_frms: Count of transmitted MAC frames for mac the link.
997 * @tx_ttl_eth_octets: Count of total octets of transmitted frames
998 * for mac the link.
999 * @tx_data_octets: Count of data and padding octets of transmitted
1000 * frames for mac the link.
1001 * @tx_mcst_frms: Count of multicast MAC frames for mac the link.
1002 * @tx_bcst_frms: Count of broadcast MAC frames for mac the link.
1003 * @tx_ucst_frms: Count of unicast MAC frames for mac the link.
1004 * @tx_tagged_frms: Count of transmitted frames containing a VLAN tag
1005 * for mac the link.
1006 * @tx_vld_ip: Count of transmitted IP datagrams for mac the link.
1007 * @tx_vld_ip_octets: Count of transmitted IP octets for mac the link.
1008 * @tx_icmp: Count of transmitted ICMP messages for mac the link.
1009 * @tx_tcp: Count of transmitted TCP segments for mac the link.
1010 * @tx_rst_tcp: Count of transmitted TCP segments containing the RST
1011 * flag mac the link.
1012 * @tx_udp: Count of transmitted UDP datagrams for mac the link.
1013 * @tx_unknown_protocol: Count of transmitted packets of unknown
1014 * protocol for mac the link.
1015 * @tx_parse_error: Count of transmitted packets with parsing errors
1016 * for mac the link.
1017 * @tx_pause_ctrl_frms: Count of MAC PAUSE control frames for mac
1018 * the link.
1019 * @tx_lacpdu_frms: Count of LACPDUs transmitted for mac the link.
1020 * @tx_marker_pdu_frms: Count of Marker PDUs transmitted for mac the
1021 * link.
1022 * @tx_marker_resp_pdu_frms: Count of Marker Response PDUs transmitted
1023 * for mac the link.
1024 * @tx_drop_ip: Count of dropped IP packets from the transmission path
1025 * for mac the link.
1026 * @tx_xgmii_char1_match: Count of the number of transmitted XGMII
1027 * characters that match first pattern, for mac the link.
1028 * @tx_xgmii_char2_match: Count of the number of transmitted XGMII
1029 * characters that match second pattern, for mac the link.
1030 * @tx_xgmii_column1_match: Count of the number of transmitted XGMII
1031 * columns that match first pattern, for mac the link.
1032 * @tx_xgmii_column2_match: Count of the number of transmitted XGMII
1033 * columns that match second pattern, for mac the link.
1034 * @tx_drop_frms: Count of frames dropped due to internal errors during
1035 * transmission for mac the link.
1036 * @tx_any_err_frms: Count of frames dropped due to any error during
1037 * transmission for mac the link.
1038 * @rx_ttl_frms: Count of all received MAC frames for mac the link.
1039 * @rx_vld_frms: Count of all successfully received MAC frames for mac
1040 * the link.
1041 * @rx_offld_frms: Count of all offloaded received MAC frames for mac
1042 * the link.
1043 * @rx_ttl_eth_octets: Count of total octets of received frames, not
1044 * including framing characters for mac the link.
1045 * @rx_data_octets: Count of data and padding octets of successfully
1046 * received frames for mac the link.
1047 * @rx_offld_octets: Count of total octets, not including framing
1048 * characters, of offloaded received frames for mac the link.
1049 * @rx_vld_mcst_frms: Count of successfully received multicast MAC
1050 * frames for mac the link.
1051 * @rx_vld_bcst_frms: Count of successfully received broadcast MAC
1052 * frames for mac the link.
1053 * @rx_accepted_ucst_frms: Count of successfully received unicast MAC
1054 * frames for mac the link.
1055 * @rx_accepted_nucst_frms: Count of successfully received non-unicast
1056 * MAC frames for mac the link.
1057 * @rx_tagged_frms: Count of received frames containing a VLAN tag for
1058 * mac the link.
1059 * @rx_long_frms: Count of received frames that are longer than
1060 * RX_MAX_PYLD_LEN + 18 bytes (+ 22 bytes if VLAN-tagged) for mac the link.
1061 * @rx_usized_frms: Count of received frames of length less than 64
1062 * octets, for mac the link.
1063 * @rx_osized_frms:  Count of received frames of length more than 1518
1064 * octets for mac the link.
1065 * @rx_frag_frms:  Count of received frames of length less than 64
1066 * octets that had bad FCS, for mac the link.
1067 * @rx_jabber_frms:  Count of received frames of length more than 1518
1068 * octets that had bad FCS, for mac the link.
1069 * @rx_ttl_64_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length of
1070 * exactly 64 octets, for mac the link.
1071 * @rx_ttl_65_127_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
1072 * of between 65 and 127 octets inclusive, for mac the link.
1073 * @rx_ttl_128_255_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
1074 * of between 128 and 255 octets inclusive, for mac the link.
1075 * @rx_ttl_256_511_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
1076 * of between 246 and 511 octets inclusive, for mac the link.
1077 * @rx_ttl_512_1023_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
1078 * of between 512 and 1023 octets inclusive, for mac the link.
1079 * @rx_ttl_1024_1518_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
1080 * of between 1024 and 1518 octets inclusive, for mac the link.
1081 * @rx_ttl_1519_4095_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
1082 * of between 1519 and 4095 octets inclusive, for mac the link.
1083 * @rx_ttl_40956_8191_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
1084 * of between 4096 and 8191 octets inclusive, for mac the link.
1085 * @rx_ttl_8192_max_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
1086 * of between 8192 and RX_MAX_PYLD_LEN+18 octets inclusive, for mac the link.
1087 * @rx_ttl_gt_max_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
1088 * exceeding RX_MAX_PYLD_LEN+18 octets inclusive, for mac the link.
1089 * @rx_ip:  Count of received IP datagrams, for mac the link.
1090 * @rx_accepted_ip:  Count of received  and accepted IP datagrams,
1091 * for mac the link.
1092 * @rx_ip_octets: Count of number of octets in received IP datagrams,
1093 * for mac the link.
1094 * @rx_hdr_err_ip: Count of received IP datagrams that are discarded
1095 * due to IP header errors, for mac the link.
1096 * @rx_icmp: Count of received ICMP messages for mac the link.
1097 * @rx_tcp: Count of received TCP segments for mac the link.
1098 * @rx_udp: Count of received UDP datagrams for mac the link.
1099 * @rx_err_tcp: Count of received TCP segments containing errors for
1100 * mac the link.
1101 * @rx_pause_cnt: Count of number of pause quanta that the MAC has
1102 * been in the paused state, for mac the link.
1103 * @rx_pause_ctrl_frms: Count of received MAC PAUSE control frames for
1104 * mac the link.
1105 * @rx_unsup_ctrl_frms: Count of received MAC control frames that do
1106 * not contain the PAUSE opcode for mac the link.
1107 * @rx_fcs_err_frms: Count of received MAC frames that do not pass FCS
1108 * for mac the link.
1109 * @rx_in_rng_len_err_frms: Count of received frames with a length/type
1110 * field value between 46 and 1500 inclusive, that does not match the number
1111 * of data octets received, for mac the link.
1112 * @rx_out_rng_len_err_frms: Count of received frames with length/type
1113 * field between 1501 and 1535 decimal, inclusive. for mac the link.
1114 * @rx_drop_frms: Count of dropped frames from receive path for mac
1115 * the link.
1116 * @rx_discarded_frms: Count of discarded frames from receive path for
1117 * mac the link.
1118 * @rx_drop_ip: Count of droppen IP datagrams from receive path for
1119 * mac the link.
1120 * @rx_err_drp_udp: Count of droppen UDP datagrams from receive path
1121 * for mac the link.
1122 * @rx_lacpdu_frms: Count of valid LACPDUs received for mac the link.
1123 * @rx_marker_pdu_frms: Count of valid Marker PDUs received for mac
1124 * the link.
1125 * @rx_marker_resp_pdu_frms: Count of valid Marker Response PDUs
1126 * received for mac the link.
1127 * @rx_unknown_pdu_frms: Count of unknown PDUs received for mac the link.
1128 * @rx_illegal_pdu_frms: Count of illegal PDUs received for mac the link.
1129 * @rx_fcs_discard: Count of discarded PDUs received for mac the link.
1130 * @rx_len_discard: Count of received frames that were discarded
1131 * because of an invalid frame length, for mac the link.
1132 * @rx_len_discard: Count of received frames that were discarded
1133 * because of an invalid destination MAC address, for mac the link.
1134 * @rx_pf_discard: Count of received frames that were discarded for
1135 * mac the link.
1136 * @rx_trash_discard: Count of received frames that were steered to the
1137 * trash queue for mac the link.
1138 * @rx_rts_discard: Count of received frames that were discarded by RTS
1139 * logic for mac the link.
1140 * @rx_wol_discard: Count of received frames that were discarded by WOL
1141 * logic for mac the link.
1142 * @rx_red_discard: Count of received frames that were discarded by RED
1143 * logic for mac the link.
1144 * @rx_ingm_full_discard: Count of received frames that were discarded
1145 * because the internal ingress memory was full for mac the link.
1146 * @rx_xgmii_data_err_cnt: Count of unexpected control characters
1147 * during normal data transmission for mac the link.
1148 * @rx_xgmii_ctrl_err_cnt: Count of unexpected or misplaced control
1149 * characters occuring between times of normal data transmission for mac
1150 * the link.
1151 * @rx_xgmii_err_sym: Count of the number of symbol errors in the
1152 * received XGMII data for mac the link.
1153 * @rx_xgmii_char1_match: Count of the number of XGMII characters
1154 * that match first pattern defined in MAC_STATS_RX_XGMII_CHAR_LINK_N.
1155 * @rx_xgmii_char2_match: Count of the number of XGMII characters
1156 * that match second pattern defined in MAC_STATS_RX_XGMII_CHAR_LINK_N.
1157 * @rx_xgmii_column1_match: Count of the number of XGMII columns
1158 * that match a pattern defined in MAC_STATS_RX_XGMII_COLUMN1_LINK_N.
1159 * @rx_xgmii_column2_match: Count of the number of XGMII columns
1160 * that match a pattern defined in MAC_STATS_RX_XGMII_COLUMN1_LINK_N.
1161 * @rx_local_fault: Count of the number of local faults for mac the link.
1162 * @rx_remote_fault: Count of the number of remote faults for mac the
1163 * link.
1164 * @rx_queue_full: Count of the number of frame destined for a full
1165 * queue for mac the link.
1166 */
1167typedef struct xge_hal_stats_link_info_t {
1168	u64	tx_frms;
1169	u64	tx_ttl_eth_octets;
1170	u64	tx_data_octets;
1171	u64	tx_mcst_frms;
1172	u64	tx_bcst_frms;
1173	u64	tx_ucst_frms;
1174	u64	tx_tagged_frms;
1175	u64	tx_vld_ip;
1176	u64	tx_vld_ip_octets;
1177	u64	tx_icmp;
1178	u64	tx_tcp;
1179	u64	tx_rst_tcp;
1180	u64	tx_udp;
1181	u64	tx_unknown_protocol;
1182	u64	tx_parse_error;
1183	u64	tx_pause_ctrl_frms;
1184	u64	tx_lacpdu_frms;
1185	u64	tx_marker_pdu_frms;
1186	u64	tx_marker_resp_pdu_frms;
1187	u64	tx_drop_ip;
1188	u64	tx_xgmii_char1_match;
1189	u64	tx_xgmii_char2_match;
1190	u64	tx_xgmii_column1_match;
1191	u64	tx_xgmii_column2_match;
1192	u64	tx_drop_frms;
1193	u64	tx_any_err_frms;
1194	u64	rx_ttl_frms;
1195	u64	rx_vld_frms;
1196	u64	rx_offld_frms;
1197	u64	rx_ttl_eth_octets;
1198	u64	rx_data_octets;
1199	u64	rx_offld_octets;
1200	u64	rx_vld_mcst_frms;
1201	u64	rx_vld_bcst_frms;
1202	u64	rx_accepted_ucst_frms;
1203	u64	rx_accepted_nucst_frms;
1204	u64	rx_tagged_frms;
1205	u64	rx_long_frms;
1206	u64	rx_usized_frms;
1207	u64	rx_osized_frms;
1208	u64	rx_frag_frms;
1209	u64	rx_jabber_frms;
1210	u64	rx_ttl_64_frms;
1211	u64	rx_ttl_65_127_frms;
1212	u64	rx_ttl_128_255_frms;
1213	u64	rx_ttl_256_511_frms;
1214	u64	rx_ttl_512_1023_frms;
1215	u64	rx_ttl_1024_1518_frms;
1216	u64	rx_ttl_1519_4095_frms;
1217	u64	rx_ttl_40956_8191_frms;
1218	u64	rx_ttl_8192_max_frms;
1219	u64	rx_ttl_gt_max_frms;
1220	u64	rx_ip;
1221	u64	rx_ip_octets;
1222	u64	rx_hdr_err_ip;
1223	u64	rx_icmp;
1224	u64	rx_tcp;
1225	u64	rx_udp;
1226	u64	rx_err_tcp;
1227	u64	rx_pause_cnt;
1228	u64	rx_pause_ctrl_frms;
1229	u64	rx_unsup_ctrl_frms;
1230	u64	rx_in_rng_len_err_frms;
1231	u64	rx_out_rng_len_err_frms;
1232	u64	rx_drop_frms;
1233	u64	rx_discarded_frms;
1234	u64	rx_drop_ip;
1235	u64	rx_err_drp_udp;
1236	u64	rx_lacpdu_frms;
1237	u64	rx_marker_pdu_frms;
1238	u64	rx_marker_resp_pdu_frms;
1239	u64	rx_unknown_pdu_frms;
1240	u64	rx_illegal_pdu_frms;
1241	u64	rx_fcs_discard;
1242	u64	rx_len_discard;
1243	u64	rx_pf_discard;
1244	u64	rx_trash_discard;
1245	u64	rx_rts_discard;
1246	u64	rx_wol_discard;
1247	u64	rx_red_discard;
1248	u64	rx_ingm_full_discard;
1249	u64	rx_xgmii_data_err_cnt;
1250	u64	rx_xgmii_ctrl_err_cnt;
1251	u64	rx_xgmii_err_sym;
1252	u64	rx_xgmii_char1_match;
1253	u64	rx_xgmii_char2_match;
1254	u64	rx_xgmii_column1_match;
1255	u64	rx_xgmii_column2_match;
1256	u64	rx_local_fault;
1257	u64	rx_remote_fault;
1258	u64	rx_queue_full;
1259}xge_hal_stats_link_info_t;
1260
1261/**
1262 * struct xge_hal_stats_aggr_info_t - XGMAC statistics for an aggregator
1263 *
1264 * @tx_frms: Count of data frames transmitted for the aggregator.
1265 * @tx_mcst_frms: Count of multicast data frames transmitted for
1266 * the aggregator.
1267 * @tx_bcst_frms: Count of broadcast data frames transmitted for
1268 * the aggregator.
1269 * @tx_discarded_frms: Count of discarded data frames transmitted for
1270 * the aggregator.
1271 * @tx_errored_frms: Count of errored data frames transmitted for
1272 * the aggregator.
1273 * @rx_frms: Count of received frames for aggregators
1274 * @rx_data_octets: Count of data and padding octets of frames received
1275 * the aggregator.
1276 * @rx_mcst_frms: Count of multicast frames received the aggregator.
1277 * @rx_bcst_frms: Count of broadast frames received the aggregator.
1278 * @rx_discarded_frms: Count of discarded frames received the aggregator.
1279 * @rx_errored_frms: Count of errored frames received the aggregator.
1280 * @rx_unknown_protocol_frms: Count of unknown protocol frames received
1281 * the aggregator.
1282*/
1283typedef struct xge_hal_stats_aggr_info_t {
1284	u64	tx_frms;
1285	u64	tx_mcst_frms;
1286	u64	tx_bcst_frms;
1287	u64	tx_discarded_frms;
1288	u64	tx_errored_frms;
1289	u64	rx_frms;
1290	u64	rx_data_octets;
1291	u64	rx_mcst_frms;
1292	u64	rx_bcst_frms;
1293	u64	rx_discarded_frms;
1294	u64	rx_errored_frms;
1295	u64	rx_unknown_protocol_frms;
1296}xge_hal_stats_aggr_info_t;
1297
1298/**
1299 * struct xge_hal_stats_vpath_info_t - XGMAC statistics for a vpath.
1300 *
1301 * @tx_frms: Count of transmitted MAC frames for the vpath.
1302 * @tx_ttl_eth_octets: Count of total octets of transmitted frames
1303 * for the vpath.
1304 * @tx_data_octets: Count of data and padding octets of transmitted
1305 * frames for the vpath.
1306 * @tx_mcst_frms: Count of multicast MAC frames for the vpath.
1307 * @tx_bcst_frms: Count of broadcast MAC frames for the vpath.
1308 * @tx_ucst_frms: Count of unicast MAC frames for the vpath.
1309 * @tx_tagged_frms: Count of transmitted frames containing a VLAN
1310 * tag for the vpath.
1311 * @tx_vld_ip: Count of transmitted IP datagrams for the vpath.
1312 * @tx_vld_ip_octets: Count of transmitted IP octets for the vpath.
1313 * @tx_icmp: Count of transmitted ICMP messages for the vpath.
1314 * @tx_tcp: Count of transmitted TCP segments for the vpath.
1315 * @tx_rst_tcp: Count of transmitted TCP segments containing the RST
1316 * flag the vpath.
1317 * @tx_udp: Count of transmitted UDP datagrams for the vpath.
1318 * @tx_unknown_protocol: Count of transmitted packets of unknown
1319 * protocol for the vpath.
1320 * @tx_parse_error: Count of transmitted packets with parsing errors
1321 * for the vpath.
1322 * @rx_ttl_frms: Count of all received MAC frames for the vpath.
1323 * @rx_vld_frms: Count of all successfully received MAC frames for
1324 * the vpath.
1325 * @rx_offld_frms: Count of all offloaded received MAC frames for
1326 * the vpath.
1327 * @rx_ttl_eth_octets: Count of total octets of received frames, not
1328 * including framing characters for the vpath.
1329 * @rx_data_octets: Count of data and padding octets of successfully
1330 * received frames for the vpath.
1331 * @rx_offld_octets: Count of total octets, not including framing
1332 * characters, of offloaded received frames for the vpath.
1333 * @rx_vld_mcst_frms: Count of successfully received multicast MAC
1334 * frames for the vpath.
1335 * @rx_vld_bcst_frms: Count of successfully received broadcast MAC
1336 * frames for the vpath.
1337 * @rx_accepted_ucst_frms: Count of successfully received unicast
1338 * MAC frames for the vpath.
1339 * @rx_accepted_nucst_frms: Count of successfully received
1340 * non-unicast MAC frames for the vpath.
1341 * @rx_tagged_frms: Count of received frames containing a VLAN tag
1342 * for the vpath.
1343 * @rx_long_frms: Count of received frames that are longer than
1344 * RX_MAX_PYLD_LEN + 18 bytes (+ 22 bytes if VLAN-tagged) for the vpath.
1345 * @rx_usized_frms: Count of received frames of length less than 64
1346 * octets, for the vpath.
1347 * @rx_usized_frms: Count of received frames of length more than
1348 * 1518 octets, for the vpath.
1349 * @rx_osized_frms:  Count of received frames of length more than
1350 * 1518 octets for the vpath.
1351 * @rx_frag_frms:  Count of received frames of length less than 64
1352 * octets that had bad FCS, for the vpath.
1353 * @rx_jabber_frms:  Count of received frames of length more than
1354 * 1518 octets that had bad FCS, for the vpath.
1355 * @rx_ttl_64_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length of
1356 * exactly 64 octets, for the vpath.
1357 * @rx_ttl_65_127_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
1358 * of between 65 and 127 octets inclusive, for the vpath.
1359 * @rx_ttl_128_255_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with
1360 * length of between 128 and 255 octets inclusive, for the vpath.
1361 * @rx_ttl_256_511_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with
1362 * length of between 246 and 511 octets inclusive, for the vpath.
1363 * @rx_ttl_512_1023_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with
1364 * length of between 512 and 1023 octets inclusive, for the vpath.
1365 * @rx_ttl_1024_1518_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with
1366 * length of between 1024 and 1518 octets inclusive, for the vpath.
1367 * @rx_ttl_1519_4095_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with
1368 * length of between 1519 and 4095 octets inclusive, for the vpath.
1369 * @rx_ttl_40956_8191_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with
1370 * of between 4096 and 8191 octets inclusive, for the vpath.
1371 * @rx_ttl_8192_max_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with
1372 * length of between 8192 and RX_MAX_PYLD_LEN+18 octets inclusive, for the
1373 * vpath.
1374 * @rx_ttl_gt_max_frms: Count of all received MAC frames with length
1375 * exceeding RX_MAX_PYLD_LEN+18 octets inclusive, for the vpath.
1376 * @rx_ip:  Count of received IP datagrams, for the vpath.
1377 * @rx_accepted_ip: Count of received  and accepted IP datagrams,
1378 * for the vpath.
1379 * @rx_ip_octets: Count of number of octets in received IP datagrams
1380 * for the vpath.
1381 * @rx_hdr_err_ip: Count of received IP datagrams that are discarded
1382 * due to IP header errors, for the vpath.
1383 * @rx_icmp: Count of received ICMP messages for the vpath.
1384 * @rx_tcp: Count of received TCP segments for the vpath.
1385 * @rx_udp: Count of received UDP datagrams for the vpath.
1386 * @rx_err_tcp: Count of received TCP segments containing errors for
1387 * the vpath.
1388 * @rx_mpa_ok_frms: Count of received frames that pass the MPA
1389 * checks for vptah.
1390 * @rx_mpa_crc_fail_frms: Count of received frames that fail the MPA
1391 * CRC check for the vpath.
1392 * @rx_mpa_mrk_fail_frms: Count of received frames that fail the
1393 * MPA marker check for the vpath.
1394 * @rx_mpa_len_fail_frms: Count of received frames that fail the MPA
1395 * length check for the vpath.
1396 * @rx_wol_frms: Count of received "magic packet" frames for
1397 * the vpath.
1398 */
1399typedef struct xge_hal_stats_vpath_info_t {
1400	u64	tx_frms;
1401	u64	tx_ttl_eth_octets;
1402	u64	tx_data_octets;
1403	u64	tx_mcst_frms;
1404	u64	tx_bcst_frms;
1405	u64	tx_ucst_frms;
1406	u64	tx_tagged_frms;
1407	u64	tx_vld_ip;
1408	u64	tx_vld_ip_octets;
1409	u64	tx_icmp;
1410	u64	tx_tcp;
1411	u64	tx_rst_tcp;
1412	u64	tx_udp;
1413	u64	tx_unknown_protocol;
1414	u64	tx_parse_error;
1415	u64	rx_ttl_frms;
1416	u64	rx_vld_frms;
1417	u64	rx_offld_frms;
1418	u64	rx_ttl_eth_octets;
1419	u64	rx_data_octets;
1420	u64	rx_offld_octets;
1421	u64	rx_vld_mcst_frms;
1422	u64	rx_vld_bcst_frms;
1423	u64	rx_accepted_ucst_frms;
1424	u64	rx_accepted_nucst_frms;
1425	u64	rx_tagged_frms;
1426	u64	rx_long_frms;
1427	u64	rx_usized_frms;
1428	u64	rx_osized_frms;
1429	u64	rx_frag_frms;
1430	u64	rx_jabber_frms;
1431	u64	rx_ttl_64_frms;
1432	u64	rx_ttl_65_127_frms;
1433	u64	rx_ttl_128_255_frms;
1434	u64	rx_ttl_256_511_frms;
1435	u64	rx_ttl_512_1023_frms;
1436	u64	rx_ttl_1024_1518_frms;
1437	u64	rx_ttl_1519_4095_frms;
1438	u64	rx_ttl_40956_8191_frms;
1439	u64	rx_ttl_8192_max_frms;
1440	u64	rx_ttl_gt_max_frms;
1441	u64	rx_ip;
1442	u64	rx_accepted_ip;
1443	u64	rx_ip_octets;
1444	u64	rx_hdr_err_ip;
1445	u64	rx_icmp;
1446	u64	rx_tcp;
1447	u64	rx_udp;
1448	u64	rx_err_tcp;
1449	u64	rx_mpa_ok_frms;
1450	u64	rx_mpa_crc_fail_frms;
1451	u64	rx_mpa_mrk_fail_frms;
1452	u64	rx_mpa_len_fail_frms;
1453	u64	rx_wol_frms;
1454}xge_hal_stats_vpath_info_t;
1455
1456/**
1457 * struct xge_hal_stats_pcim_info_t - Contains PCIM statistics
1458 *
1459 * @link_info: PCIM links info for link 0, 1, and 2.
1460 * @aggr_info: PCIM aggregators info for aggregator 0 and 1.
1461 * See also: xge_hal_stats_link_info_t{}, xge_hal_stats_aggr_info_t{}.
1462 */
1463typedef struct xge_hal_stats_pcim_info_t {
1464	xge_hal_stats_link_info_t	link_info[XGE_HAL_MAC_LINKS];
1465	xge_hal_stats_aggr_info_t	aggr_info[XGE_HAL_MAC_AGGREGATORS];
1466}xge_hal_stats_pcim_info_t;
1467
1468/**
1469 * struct xge_hal_stats_t - Contains HAL per-device statistics,
1470 * including hw.
1471 * @devh: HAL device handle.
1472 * @dma_addr: DMA addres of the %hw_info. Given to device to fill-in the stats.
1473 * @hw_info_dmah: DMA handle used to map hw statistics onto the device memory
1474 *                space.
1475 * @hw_info_dma_acch: One more DMA handle used subsequently to free the
1476 *                    DMA object. Note that this and the previous handle have
1477 *                    physical meaning for Solaris; on Windows and Linux the
1478 *                    corresponding value will be simply pointer to PCI device.
1479 *
1480 * @hw_info: Xframe statistics maintained by the hardware.
1481 * @hw_info_saved: TBD
1482 * @hw_info_latest: TBD
1483 * @pcim_info: Xframe PCIM statistics maintained by the hardware.
1484 * @pcim_info_saved: TBD
1485 * @pcim_info_latest: TBD
1486 * @sw_dev_info_stats: HAL's "soft" device informational statistics, e.g. number
1487 *                     of completions per interrupt.
1488 * @sw_dev_err_stats: HAL's "soft" device error statistics.
1489 *
1490 * @is_initialized: True, if all the subordinate structures are allocated and
1491 *                  initialized.
1492 * @is_enabled: True, if device stats collection is enabled.
1493 *
1494 * Structure-container of HAL per-device statistics. Note that per-channel
1495 * statistics are kept in separate structures under HAL's fifo and ring
1496 * channels.
1497 * See also: xge_hal_stats_hw_info_t{}, xge_hal_stats_sw_err_t{},
1498 * xge_hal_stats_device_info_t{}.
1499 * See also: xge_hal_stats_channel_info_t{}.
1500 */
1501typedef struct xge_hal_stats_t {
1502        /* handles */
1503	xge_hal_device_h		devh;
1504	dma_addr_t			dma_addr;
1505	pci_dma_h			hw_info_dmah;
1506	pci_dma_acc_h			hw_info_dma_acch;
1507
1508        /* HAL device hardware statistics */
1509	xge_hal_stats_hw_info_t		*hw_info;
1510	xge_hal_stats_hw_info_t		hw_info_saved;
1511	xge_hal_stats_hw_info_t		hw_info_latest;
1512
1513	/* HAL device hardware statistics for XFRAME ER */
1514	xge_hal_stats_pcim_info_t	*pcim_info;
1515	xge_hal_stats_pcim_info_t	*pcim_info_saved;
1516	xge_hal_stats_pcim_info_t	*pcim_info_latest;
1517
1518        /* HAL device "soft" stats */
1519	xge_hal_stats_sw_err_t          sw_dev_err_stats;
1520	xge_hal_stats_device_info_t     sw_dev_info_stats;
1521
1522        /* flags */
1523	int				is_initialized;
1524	int				is_enabled;
1525} xge_hal_stats_t;
1526
1527/* ========================== STATS PRIVATE API ========================= */
1528
1529xge_hal_status_e __hal_stats_initialize(xge_hal_stats_t *stats,
1530			xge_hal_device_h devh);
1531
1532void __hal_stats_terminate(xge_hal_stats_t *stats);
1533
1534void __hal_stats_enable(xge_hal_stats_t *stats);
1535
1536void __hal_stats_disable(xge_hal_stats_t *stats);
1537
1538void __hal_stats_soft_reset(xge_hal_device_h devh, int reset_all);
1539
1540/* ========================== STATS PUBLIC API ========================= */
1541
1542xge_hal_status_e xge_hal_stats_hw(xge_hal_device_h devh,
1543			xge_hal_stats_hw_info_t	**hw_info);
1544
1545xge_hal_status_e xge_hal_stats_pcim(xge_hal_device_h devh,
1546			xge_hal_stats_pcim_info_t	**pcim_info);
1547
1548xge_hal_status_e xge_hal_stats_device(xge_hal_device_h devh,
1549			xge_hal_stats_device_info_t **device_info);
1550
1551xge_hal_status_e xge_hal_stats_channel(xge_hal_channel_h channelh,
1552			xge_hal_stats_channel_info_t **channel_info);
1553
1554xge_hal_status_e xge_hal_stats_reset(xge_hal_device_h devh);
1555
1556
1557__EXTERN_END_DECLS
1558
1559#endif /* XGE_HAL_STATS_H */
1560