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/* Driver for USB Mass Storage compliant devices
* Transport Functions Header File
* Current development and maintenance by:
* (c) 1999, 2000 Matthew Dharm (
* This driver is based on the 'USB Mass Storage Class' document. This
* describes in detail the protocol used to communicate with such
* devices. Clearly, the designers had SCSI and ATAPI commands in
* mind when they created this document. The commands are all very
* similar to commands in the SCSI-II and ATAPI specifications.
* It is important to note that in a number of cases this class
* exhibits class-specific exemptions from the USB specification.
* Notably the usage of NAK, STALL and ACK differs from the norm, in
* that they are used to communicate wait, failed and OK on commands.
* Also, for certain devices, the interrupt endpoint is used to convey
* status of a command.
* Please see for more
* information about this driver.
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
* under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
* Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any
* later version.
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
* WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* General Public License for more details.
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
* with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
* 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
#ifndef _TRANSPORT_H_
#define _TRANSPORT_H_
#include <linux/blkdev.h>
* usb_stor_bulk_transfer_xxx() return codes, in order of severity
#define USB_STOR_XFER_GOOD 0 /* good transfer */
#define USB_STOR_XFER_SHORT 1 /* transferred less than expected */
#define USB_STOR_XFER_STALLED 2 /* endpoint stalled */
#define USB_STOR_XFER_LONG 3 /* device tried to send too much */
#define USB_STOR_XFER_ERROR 4 /* transfer died in the middle */
* Transport return codes
#define USB_STOR_TRANSPORT_GOOD 0 /* Transport good, command good */
#define USB_STOR_TRANSPORT_FAILED 1 /* Transport good, command failed */
#define USB_STOR_TRANSPORT_NO_SENSE 2 /* Command failed, no auto-sense */
#define USB_STOR_TRANSPORT_ERROR 3 /* Transport bad (i.e. device dead) */
* return codes. But now the transport and low-level transfer routines
* treat an abort as just another error (-ENOENT for a cancelled URB).
* It is up to the invoke_transport() function to test for aborts and
* distinguish them from genuine communication errors.
* CBI accept device specific command
#define US_CBI_ADSC 0
extern int usb_stor_CB_transport(struct scsi_cmnd *, struct us_data*);
extern int usb_stor_CB_reset(struct us_data*);
extern int usb_stor_Bulk_transport(struct scsi_cmnd *, struct us_data*);
extern int usb_stor_Bulk_max_lun(struct us_data*);
extern int usb_stor_Bulk_reset(struct us_data*);
extern void usb_stor_invoke_transport(struct scsi_cmnd *, struct us_data*);
extern void usb_stor_stop_transport(struct us_data*);
extern int usb_stor_control_msg(struct us_data *us, unsigned int pipe,
u8 request, u8 requesttype, u16 value, u16 index,
void *data, u16 size, int timeout);
extern int usb_stor_clear_halt(struct us_data *us, unsigned int pipe);
extern int usb_stor_ctrl_transfer(struct us_data *us, unsigned int pipe,
u8 request, u8 requesttype, u16 value, u16 index,
void *data, u16 size);
extern int usb_stor_bulk_transfer_buf(struct us_data *us, unsigned int pipe,
void *buf, unsigned int length, unsigned int *act_len);
extern int usb_stor_bulk_transfer_sg(struct us_data *us, unsigned int pipe,
void *buf, unsigned int length, int use_sg, int *residual);
extern int usb_stor_bulk_srb(struct us_data* us, unsigned int pipe,
struct scsi_cmnd* srb);
extern int usb_stor_port_reset(struct us_data *us);