Remaps 64-bit addresses into 32-bit addresses. Any of the 64-bit addresses with the most-significant 32 bits all zeroes will be remapped to the identical 32-bit addresses.
#include <sys/types.h> #include <sys/errno.h> #include <sys/remap.h>
int __remap_identity(uvp, kp, hp, nparms) void *uvp; kremap *kp; remap_handle *hp; int nparms;
The __remap_identity subroutine remaps 64-bit addresses into 32-bit addresses suitable for passing to the kernel. Any of the 64-bit addresses with the most-significant 32 bits all zeroes will be remapped to the identical 32-bit addresses. The REMAP_IDENTITY macro should be used rather than calling this subroutine directly.
The remap_addr structs in the uremap struct on input should contain 64-bit addresses with their corresponding lengths, to be remapped. __remap will map these addresses to 32-bit quantities, and return these mappings in the remap_addr structs for each 64-bit address. These 32-bit addresses should be passed as the addresses for the respective system call parameters.
Additionally, the kremap struct will be filled in with all the 64-bit address to 32-bit address mappings.
The remap_handle will be constructed to allow the most efficient transfer of these remappings to the kernel. In the case of all the 64-bit segment numbers mapping to the same 32-bit segment number (1 remapping), this single remapping will be included directly in the remap_handle structure and the kremap structure will not be used. Similarly, if there are 2 remappings and if there are few enough parameters to pass on the system call, then both remappings will be included directly in the remap_handle structure. This will avoid a copyin64 in the kernel. If there are more than 2 remappings, or 2 remappings but too many parameters to pass them in-line, the remap_handle structure will have a pointer to the kremap structure with all the remappings.
The remap_handle structure must be passed across the system call to the remap_64 kernel service. The structure must be broken up into 32-bit register values for use in the kernel.
The caller of __remap_identity should use the REMAP_DCL, REMAP_SETUP, REMAP_IDENTITY, REMAPPED and REMAP_HANDLEx macros described in sys/remap.h to simplify the declaration, initialization, calling, and passing of the remap_handle structure.
This service may only be called from a 64-bit user process.
|uvp||pointer to a list of 64-bit addresses to remap.|
|kp||address of where the output kernel remappings are to be stored.|
|hp||pointer to remap_handle to be passed to kernel, eventually to remap_64 kernel service|
|nparms||the number of (32-bit) parameters to be passed on this system call|
|-1||Unable to complete the remapping due to insufficient resources. In this case ERRNO is set to EINVAL.|
The __remap_identity subroutine is part of Base Operating System (BOS) Runtime.
The __remap subroutine, remap_64 kernel service, the as_remap64 kernel service, the as_unremap64 kernel service.
Memory Kernel Services and Understanding Virtual Memory Manager Interfaces in AIX Version 4 Kernel Extensions and Device Support Programming Concepts.