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/*
 *	File:	mach/mach_port.defs
 *	Author:	Rich Draves
 *
 *	Exported kernel calls.
 */

subsystem
#if	KERNEL_SERVER
	  KernelServer
#endif	KERNEL_SERVER
	  vm_task 3800;

#include <mach/std_types.defs>
#include <mach/mach_types.defs>
#include <mach_debug/mach_debug_types.defs>

/*
 *      Returns information about the contents of the virtual
 *      address space of the target task at the specified
 *      address.  The returned protection, inheritance, sharing
 *      and memory object values apply to the entire range described
 *      by the address range returned; the memory object offset
 *      corresponds to the beginning of the address range.
 *      [If the specified address is not allocated, the next
 *      highest address range is described.  If no addresses beyond
 *      the one specified are allocated, the call returns KERN_NO_SPACE.]
 */
routine vm_region(
                target_task     : vm_map_t;
	inout	address		: vm_address_t;
        out     size            : vm_size_t;
		flavor		: vm_region_flavor_t;
	out	info		: vm_region_info_t, CountInOut;
        out     object_name     : memory_object_name_t =
                                        MACH_MSG_TYPE_MOVE_SEND
                                        ctype: mach_port_t);

/*
 *	Allocate zero-filled memory in the address space
 *	of the target task, either at the specified address,
 *	or wherever space can be found (if anywhere is TRUE),
 *	of the specified size.  The address at which the
 *	allocation actually took place is returned.
 */
routine vm_allocate(
		target_task	: vm_task_entry_t;
	inout	address		: vm_address_t;
		size		: vm_size_t;
		flags		: int);

/*
 *	Deallocate the specified range from the virtual
 *	address space of the target task.
 */
routine vm_deallocate(
		target_task	: vm_task_entry_t;
		address		: vm_address_t;
		size		: vm_size_t);

/*
 *	Set the current or maximum protection attribute
 *	for the specified range of the virtual address
 *	space of the target task.  The current protection
 *	limits the memory access rights of threads within
 *	the task; the maximum protection limits the accesses
 *	that may be given in the current protection.
 *	Protections are specified as a set of {read, write, execute}
 *	*permissions*.
 */
routine vm_protect(
		target_task	: vm_task_entry_t;
		address		: vm_address_t;
		size		: vm_size_t;
		set_maximum	: boolean_t;
		new_protection	: vm_prot_t);

/*
 *	Set the inheritance attribute for the specified range
 *	of the virtual address space of the target task.
 *	The inheritance value is one of {none, copy, share}, and
 *	specifies how the child address space should acquire
 *	this memory at the time of a task_create call.
 */
routine vm_inherit(
		target_task	: vm_task_entry_t;
		address		: vm_address_t;
		size		: vm_size_t;
		new_inheritance	: vm_inherit_t);

/*
 *	Returns the contents of the specified range of the
 *	virtual address space of the target task.  [The
 *	range must be aligned on a virtual page boundary,
 *	and must be a multiple of pages in extent.  The
 *	protection on the specified range must permit reading.]
 */
routine vm_read(
		target_task	: vm_map_t;
		address		: vm_address_t;
		size		: vm_size_t;
	out	data		: pointer_t);

/* 
 * List corrollary to vm_read, returns mapped contents of specified
 * ranges within target address space.
 */
routine vm_read_list(
		target_task 	: vm_map_t;
	inout	data_list   	: vm_read_entry_t;
		count		: natural_t);

/*
 *	Writes the contents of the specified range of the
 *	virtual address space of the target task.  [The
 *	range must be aligned on a virtual page boundary,
 *	and must be a multiple of pages in extent.  The
 *	protection on the specified range must permit writing.]
 */
routine vm_write(
		target_task	: vm_map_t;
		address		: vm_address_t;
		data		: pointer_t);

/*
 *	Copy the contents of the source range of the virtual
 *	address space of the target task to the destination
 *	range in that same address space.  [Both of the
 *	ranges must be aligned on a virtual page boundary,
 *	and must be multiples of pages in extent.  The
 *	protection on the source range must permit reading,
 *	and the protection on the destination range must
 *	permit writing.]
 */
routine vm_copy(
		target_task	: vm_map_t;
		source_address	: vm_address_t;
		size		: vm_size_t;
		dest_address	: vm_address_t);

/*
 *	Returns the contents of the specified range of the
 *	virtual address space of the target task.  [There
 *	are no alignment restrictions, and the results will
 *      overwrite the area pointed to by data - which must
 *      already exist. The protection on the specified range
 *	must permit reading.]
 */
routine vm_read_overwrite(
		target_task	: vm_map_t;
		address		: vm_address_t;
		size		: vm_size_t;
		data		: vm_address_t;
	out	outsize		: vm_size_t);


routine vm_msync(
		target_task	: vm_map_t;
		address		: vm_address_t;
		size		: vm_size_t;
		sync_flags	: vm_sync_t );

/*
 *	Set the paging behavior attribute for the specified range
 *	of the virtual address space of the target task.
 *	The behavior value is one of {default, random, forward 
 *	sequential, reverse sequential} and indicates the expected
 *	page reference pattern for the specified range.
 */
routine vm_behavior_set(
		target_task	: vm_map_t;
		address		: vm_address_t;
		size		: vm_size_t;
		new_behavior	: vm_behavior_t);


/*
 *	Map a user-defined memory object into the virtual address
 *	space of the target task.  If desired (anywhere is TRUE),
 *	the kernel will find a suitable address range of the
 *	specified size; else, the specific address will be allocated.
 *
 *	The beginning address of the range will be aligned on a virtual
 *	page boundary, be at or beyond the address specified, and
 *	meet the mask requirements (bits turned on in the mask must not
 *	be turned on in the result); the size of the range, in bytes,
 *	will be rounded	up to an integral number of virtual pages.
 *
 *	The memory in the resulting range will be associated with the
 *	specified memory object, with the beginning of the memory range
 *	referring to the specified offset into the memory object.
 *
 *	The mapping will take the current and maximum protections and
 *	the inheritance attributes specified; see the vm_protect and
 *	vm_inherit calls for a description of these attributes.
 *
 *	If desired (copy is TRUE), the memory range will be filled
 *	with a copy of the data from the memory object; this copy will
 *	be private to this mapping in this target task.  Otherwise,
 *	the memory in this mapping will be shared with other mappings
 *	of the same memory object at the same offset (in this task or
 *	in other tasks).  [The Mach kernel only enforces shared memory
 *	consistency among mappings on one host with similar page alignments.
 *	The user-defined memory manager for this object is responsible
 *	for further consistency.]
 */
routine vm_map(
		target_task	: vm_task_entry_t;
	inout	address		: vm_address_t;
		size		: vm_size_t;
		mask		: vm_address_t;
		flags		: int;
		memory_object	: memory_object_t;
		offset		: vm_offset_t;
		copy		: boolean_t;
		cur_protection	: vm_prot_t;
		max_protection	: vm_prot_t;
		inheritance	: vm_inherit_t);

/*
 *	Set/Get special properties of memory associated
 *	to some virtual address range, such as cachability, 
 *	migrability, replicability.  Machine-dependent.
 */
routine vm_machine_attribute(
		target_task	: vm_map_t;
		address		: vm_address_t;
		size		: vm_size_t;
		attribute	: vm_machine_attribute_t;
	inout	value		: vm_machine_attribute_val_t);

/*
 *      Map portion of a task's address space.
 */
routine vm_remap(
		target_task	: vm_map_t;
	inout	target_address	: vm_address_t;
		size		: vm_size_t;
		mask		: vm_address_t;
		anywhere	: boolean_t;
		src_task	: vm_map_t;
		src_address	: vm_address_t;
		copy		: boolean_t;
	out	cur_protection	: vm_prot_t;
	out	max_protection	: vm_prot_t;
		inheritance	: vm_inherit_t);

/*
 *	Require that all future virtual memory allocation
 *	allocates wired memory.  Setting must_wire to FALSE
 *	disables the wired future feature.
 */
routine task_wire(
		target_task	: vm_map_t;
		must_wire	: boolean_t);

	
/*
 *	Allow application level processes to create named entries which
 *	correspond to mapped portions of their address space.  These named
 *	entries can then be manipulated, shared with other processes in
 *	other address spaces and ultimately mapped in ohter address spaces
 */

routine mach_make_memory_entry(
		target_task	:vm_map_t;
	inout	size		:vm_size_t;
		offset		:vm_offset_t;
		permission	:vm_prot_t;
	out	object_handle	:mach_port_move_send_t;
		parent_entry	:mem_entry_name_port_t);

/*
 *      Give the caller information on the given location in a virtual
 *      address space.  If a page is mapped return ref and dirty info.
 */
routine vm_map_page_query(
                target_map      :vm_map_t;
                offset          :vm_offset_t;
        out     disposition     :integer_t;
        out     ref_count       :integer_t);

/*
 *	Returns information about a region of memory.
 *	Includes info about the chain of objects rooted at that region.
 *      Only available in MACH_VM_DEBUG compiled kernels,
 *      otherwise returns KERN_FAILURE.
 */
routine mach_vm_region_info(
		task		: vm_map_t;
		address		: vm_address_t;
	out	region		: vm_info_region_t;
	out	objects		: vm_info_object_array_t);

routine	vm_mapped_pages_info(
		task		: vm_map_t;
	out	pages		: page_address_array_t);

/*
 *    Allow application level processes to create named entries which
 *    are backed by sub-maps which describe regions of address space.
 *    These regions of space can have objects mapped into them and
 *    in turn, can be mapped into target address spaces 
 */


routine	vm_region_object_create(
		target_task	:vm_map_t;
	in	size		:vm_size_t;
	out	region_object	:mach_port_move_send_t);