Subject: Re: CVS commit: syssrc
To: Chris G. Demetriou <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Doran <email@example.com>
Date: 10/03/2000 10:46:03
"Chris G. Demetriou" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I2O subclasses currently have nothing to do with the protocol version.
> Do you have any citation for this?
From the I2O specification (both 1.5 and 2.0):
220.127.116.11.1 Extensions for PCI
The host identifies an IOP by its PCI class code. Refer to [PCI] for further
detail. The PCI class code has three fields:
1. Base Class
3. Programming Interface
The Base Class value assigned for intelligent I/O controllers is 0Eh. The
Subclass code assigned for PCI devices conforming to the I2O specification
> The latest update to the PCI class/subclass/interface codes:
> says (at least to me), that class 0x0e subclass 0x00 any interface ->
> I2O 1.0. (It's not entirely clear: it says "xxh" for interface ->
> 1.0, but then specifically says interface 00h -> message FIFO at 0x40.
> My interpretation of that is that 00h is an I2O 1.0 device with
> message FIFO at 0x40.)
> According to the web page you get to it from, that document was last
> updated as of 9/28/2000...
That's incorrect; there are two programming interfaces; 00h being
non-interrupt driven, and 01h interrupt driven. The inbound FIFO is at 40h
for both interface types.