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gem5::UFSHostDevice::transferInfo Struct Reference

Different events, and scenarios require different types of information. More...

Public Attributes

std::vector< uint8_t > buffer
uint32_t size
uint64_t offset
uint32_t filePointer
uint32_t lunID

Detailed Description

Different events, and scenarios require different types of information.

Keep in mind that for a read-from-disk transaction the host at first a datastructure fetches to determine where and what the command is, then the command fetches and the structure fetches to determine where the different read transactions should be placed and then transfers all the read fragments. It then answers to the original caller with two replies, one for the command, and one for UFS. Each of these stages trigger a different event, and each event needs to know what happened in the previous stage and what is going to happen in the current one. This happens also for writes, SCSI maintanance, UFS maintanance, command management and task management. Transfer information. @filePointer this does not point to a file, but to a position on the disk image (which is from the software systems perspective a position in a file)

Definition at line 439 of file ufs_device.hh.

Member Data Documentation

◆ buffer

std::vector<uint8_t> gem5::UFSHostDevice::transferInfo::buffer

Definition at line 441 of file ufs_device.hh.

◆ filePointer

uint32_t gem5::UFSHostDevice::transferInfo::filePointer

◆ lunID

uint32_t gem5::UFSHostDevice::transferInfo::lunID

◆ offset

uint64_t gem5::UFSHostDevice::transferInfo::offset

◆ size

uint32_t gem5::UFSHostDevice::transferInfo::size

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