int io_mmap ( resmgr_context_t *ctp,
              io_mmap_t *msg,
              RESMGR_OCB_T *ocb )

Classification: I/O

Default handler: iofunc_mmap_default()

Helper functions: iofunc_mmap()

Client functions: mmap(), munmap(), mmap_device_io(), mmap_device_memory()

Messages: _IO_MMAP

Data structure:

struct _io_mmap {
  uint16_t              type;
  uint16_t              combine_len;
  uint32_t              prot;
  uint64_t              offset;
  struct _msg_info      info;
  uint32_t              required_prot;
  uint32_t              zero [5];

struct _io_mmap_reply {
  uint32_t              zero;
  uint32_t              allowed_prot;
  uint64_t              offset;
  int32_t               coid;
  int32_t               fd;

typedef union {
  struct _io_mmap       i;
  struct _io_mmap_reply o;
} io_mmap_t;

Description: Allows the process manager to mmap() files from your resource manager. Generally, you should not code this function yourself (use the defaults provided by iofunc_func_init()—the default handler), unless you specifically wish to disable the functionality (for example, a serial port driver could choose to return ENOSYS, because it doesn't make sense to support this operation).

Only the process manager will call this resource manager function.

Note that a side effect of the process manager's calling this function is that an OCB will be created (i.e., iofunc_ocb_calloc() will be called), but this should have no consequences to a properly implemented resource manager.

Returns: The status via the helper macro _RESMGR_STATUS().