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21#
22# Copyright (c) 2006, 2010, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
23#
24#	Global definitions for sun4u opl implementation specific modules.
25#
26# uts/sun4u/opl/Makefile.opl
27#
28
29#
30#	Define directories.
31#
32#
33#
34ROOT_OPL_DIR	= $(ROOT_PLAT_DIR)/SUNW,SPARC-Enterprise
35ROOT_OPL_MOD_DIR	= $(ROOT_OPL_DIR)/kernel
36ROOT_OPL_KERN_DIR_32 = $(ROOT_OPL_MOD_DIR)
37ROOT_OPL_KERN_DIR_64 = $(ROOT_OPL_MOD_DIR)/$(SUBDIR64)
38ROOT_OPL_MISC_DIR_32 = $(ROOT_OPL_MOD_DIR)/misc
39ROOT_OPL_MISC_DIR_64 = $(ROOT_OPL_MOD_DIR)/misc/$(SUBDIR64)
40ROOT_OPL_DRV_DIR_32 = $(ROOT_OPL_MOD_DIR)/drv
41ROOT_OPL_DRV_DIR_64 = $(ROOT_OPL_MOD_DIR)/drv/$(SUBDIR64)
42ROOT_OPL_CPU_DIR_32 = $(ROOT_OPL_MOD_DIR)/cpu
43ROOT_OPL_CPU_DIR_64 = $(ROOT_OPL_MOD_DIR)/cpu/$(SUBDIR64)
44ROOT_OPL_CRYPTO_DIR_32 = $(ROOT_OPL_MOD_DIR)/crypto
45ROOT_OPL_CRYPTO_DIR_64 = $(ROOT_OPL_MOD_DIR)/crypto/$(SUBDIR64)
46
47ROOT_OPL_KERN_DIR	= $(ROOT_OPL_KERN_DIR_$(CLASS))
48ROOT_OPL_MISC_DIR	= $(ROOT_OPL_MISC_DIR_$(CLASS))
49ROOT_OPL_DRV_DIR	= $(ROOT_OPL_DRV_DIR_$(CLASS))
50ROOT_OPL_CPU_DIR	= $(ROOT_OPL_CPU_DIR_$(CLASS))
51ROOT_OPL_CRYPTO_DIR	= $(ROOT_OPL_CRYPTO_DIR_$(CLASS))
52
53ROOT_PLAT_MOD_DIRS	+= $(ROOT_OPL_MOD_DIR)
54ROOT_PLAT_MISC_DIRS_32	+= $(ROOT_OPL_MISC_DIR_32)
55
56USR_OPL_DIR		= $(USR_PLAT_DIR)/SUNW,SPARC-Enterprise
57USR_OPL_LIB_DIR		= $(USR_OPL_DIR)/lib
58USR_OPL_SBIN_DIR	= $(USR_OPL_DIR)/sbin
59USR_OPL_SBIN_PRTDIAG	= $(USR_OPL_SBIN_DIR)/prtdiag
60USR_OPL_SBIN_FRUADM	= $(USR_OPL_SBIN_DIR)/fruadm
61USR_OPL_INC_DIR		= $(USR_OPL_DIR)/include
62USR_OPL_ISYS_DIR	= $(USR_OPL_INC_DIR)/sys
63
64OPLMSU_OPTION		= options
65
66#
67#	Define modules.
68#
69OPL_KMODS	= platmod
70OPL_KMODS	+= dm2s
71OPL_KMODS	+= oplkmdrv
72OPL_KMODS	+= pcicmu
73OPL_KMODS	+= oplpanel
74OPL_KMODS	+= dr .WAIT drmach
75OPL_KMODS	+= oplmsu
76OPL_KMODS	+= mc-opl
77
78#
79#	CPU modules.
80#
81OPL_CPU_KMODS += olympus_c
82
83#	Links to OPL crypto modules
84#
85OPL_CRYPTO_LINKS	= aes
86
87#
88#	Include the makefiles which define build rule templates, the
89#	collection of files per module, and a few specific flags. Note
90#	that order is significant, just as with an include path. The
91#	first build rule template which matches the files name will be
92#	used. By including these in order from most machine dependent
93#	to most machine independent, we allow a machine dependent file
94#	to be used in preference over a machine independent version
95#	(Such as a machine specific optimization, which preserves the
96#	interfaces.)
97#
98include $(UTSBASE)/sun4u/ngdr/Makefile.files
99include $(UTSBASE)/sun4u/opl/Makefile.files
100
101#
102#	Include common rules.
103#
104include $(UTSBASE)/sun4u/Makefile.sun4u
105
106#
107#	Everybody needs to know how to build modstubs.o and to locate unix.o
108#
109UNIX_DIR	= $(UTSBASE)/$(PLATFORM)/opl/unix
110MODSTUBS_DIR	= $(UNIX_DIR)
111DSF_DIR		= $(UTSBASE)/$(PLATFORM)/opl/genassym
112
113UNIX_O		= $(UNIX_DIR)/$(OBJS_DIR)/unix.o
114
115
116#
117#	Define the actual specific platforms
118#
119MACHINE_DEFS	= -D$(PLATFORM) -D_MACHDEP -DSFMMU -DMP
120MACHINE_DEFS	+= -D_CPU_SIGNATURE
121
122#
123# Maximum CPUID  =   01111 11 01 1 = 0x1FB (507)
124# Maximum CHIPID = 1 01111 11 00 0 = 0x5F8 (1528)
125#
126MACHINE_DEFS	+= -DNCPU=512
127MACHINE_DEFS	+= -DMAX_CPU_CHIPID=1529
128MACHINE_DEFS	+= -DMAX_UPA=256
129MACHINE_DEFS	+= -DIGN_SIZE=8
130MACHINE_DEFS	+= -DMAX_MEM_NODES=16
131#
132# UTSB_PHYS will enable user TSB physical access for TL>0
133#
134MACHINE_DEFS	+= -DUTSB_PHYS
135MACHINE_DEFS	+= -D_OPL
136MACHINE_DEFS    += -DOLYMPUS_SHARED_FTLB
137MACHINE_DEFS	+= -D_CMP_NO_ERROR_STEERING -D_HW_MEMSCRUB_SUPPORT
138MACHINE_DEFS	+= -DDO_CORELEVEL_LOADBAL
139MACHINE_DEFS	+= -DITLB_32M_256M_SUPPORT
140#
141# OLYMPUS C cross-call erratas.
142#  - revision A can only deliver one xcall at a time.
143#  - revision B can dispatch xcalls to 31 (IDSR_BN_SETS) CPUs at a time,
144#    but it can not send more xcalls until all the pending xcalls are
145#    dispatched. In other words, all previous 31 xcall slots must be
146#    in non-busy state before further xcalls can be issued.
147MACHINE_DEFS += -DOLYMPUS_C_REV_A_ERRATA_XCALL
148MACHINE_DEFS += -DOLYMPUS_C_REV_B_ERRATA_XCALL
149#
150# OLYMPUS C Spurious interrupts
151# - When an UE is detected in a interrupt packet,
152#   Olympus-C takes an interrupt_vector_trap (TT=0x60) while
153#   ASI_INTR_RECIEVE.BUSY is set to zero to indicate the existence
154#   of the error. Software will see this as a spurious interrupt since
155#   the interrupt busy bit is set to zero. SW will still need to
156#   explicitly clear the interrupt busy bit to reset the HW state.
157#   Failure to do so will result in the processor continuously taking
158#   an interrupt vector trap when PSTATE.IE is reset to one.
159#   Note that UE in interrupt packet is reported to the SP and handled
160#   accordingly. For the domain, the system should panic as it is not
161#   recoverable.
162MACHINE_DEFS += -DCLEAR_INTR_BUSYBIT_ON_SPURIOUS
163
164.KEEP_STATE:
165