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 * Authors: Avadis Tevanian, Jr., Michael Wayne Young
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/*
 *	Machine independent virtual memory parameters.
 */

#ifndef	_VM_PARAM_
#define	_VM_PARAM_

#include <machine/vmparam.h>

/*
 * This belongs in types.h, but breaks too many existing programs.
 */
typedef int	boolean_t;
#define	TRUE	1
#define	FALSE	0

/*
 *	The machine independent pages are refered to as PAGES.  A page
 *	is some number of hardware pages, depending on the target machine.
 */
#define DEFAULT_PAGE_SIZE	4096

/*
 *	All references to the size of a page should be done with PAGE_SIZE
 *	or PAGE_SHIFT.  The fact they are variables is hidden here so that
 *	we can easily make them constant if we so desire.
 */
#define	PAGE_SIZE	cnt.v_page_size		/* size of page */
#define PAGE_MASK	page_mask		/* size of page - 1 */
#define PAGE_SHIFT	page_shift		/* bits to shift for pages */
#ifdef KERNEL
extern vm_size_t	page_mask;
extern int		page_shift;
#endif

/*
 * CTL_VM identifiers
 */
#define	VM_METER	 1		/* struct vmmeter */
#define	VM_LOADAVG	 2		/* struct loadavg */
#define	VM_MAXID	 3		/* number of valid vm ids */

#define CTL_VM_NAMES { \
	{ 0, 0 }, \
	{ "vmmeter", CTLTYPE_STRUCT }, \
	{ "loadavg", CTLTYPE_STRUCT }, \
}

/* 
 *	Return values from the VM routines.
 */
#define	KERN_SUCCESS		0
#define	KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS	1
#define	KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE	2
#define	KERN_NO_SPACE		3
#define	KERN_INVALID_ARGUMENT	4
#define	KERN_FAILURE		5
#define	KERN_RESOURCE_SHORTAGE	6
#define	KERN_NOT_RECEIVER	7
#define	KERN_NO_ACCESS		8

#ifndef ASSEMBLER
/*
 *	Convert addresses to pages and vice versa.
 *	No rounding is used.
 */
#ifdef KERNEL
#define	atop(x)		(((unsigned)(x)) >> PAGE_SHIFT)
#define	ptoa(x)		((vm_offset_t)((x) << PAGE_SHIFT))

/*
 * Round off or truncate to the nearest page.  These will work
 * for either addresses or counts (i.e., 1 byte rounds to 1 page).
 */
#define round_page(x) \
	((vm_offset_t)((((vm_offset_t)(x)) + PAGE_MASK) & ~PAGE_MASK))
#define trunc_page(x) \
	((vm_offset_t)(((vm_offset_t)(x)) & ~PAGE_MASK))
#define num_pages(x) \
	((vm_offset_t)((((vm_offset_t)(x)) + PAGE_MASK) >> PAGE_SHIFT))

extern vm_size_t	mem_size;	/* size of physical memory (bytes) */
extern vm_offset_t	first_addr;	/* first physical page */
extern vm_offset_t	last_addr;	/* last physical page */

#else
/* out-of-kernel versions of round_page and trunc_page */
#define	round_page(x) \
       ((((vm_offset_t)(x) + (vm_page_size - 1)) / vm_page_size) * vm_page_size)
#define	trunc_page(x) \
	((((vm_offset_t)(x)) / vm_page_size) * vm_page_size)

#endif /* KERNEL */
#endif /* ASSEMBLER */
#endif /* _VM_PARAM_ */