FreeBSD/Linux Kernel Cross Reference
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36 * from: @(#)psl.h 5.2 (Berkeley) 1/18/91
37 * $FreeBSD$
40 #ifndef _MACHINE_PSL_H_
41 #define _MACHINE_PSL_H_
44 * 386 processor status longword.
46 #define PSL_C 0x00000001 /* carry bit */
47 #define PSL_PF 0x00000004 /* parity bit */
48 #define PSL_AF 0x00000010 /* bcd carry bit */
49 #define PSL_Z 0x00000040 /* zero bit */
50 #define PSL_N 0x00000080 /* negative bit */
51 #define PSL_T 0x00000100 /* trace enable bit */
52 #define PSL_I 0x00000200 /* interrupt enable bit */
53 #define PSL_D 0x00000400 /* string instruction direction bit */
54 #define PSL_V 0x00000800 /* overflow bit */
55 #define PSL_IOPL 0x00003000 /* i/o privilege level */
56 #define PSL_NT 0x00004000 /* nested task bit */
57 #define PSL_RF 0x00010000 /* resume flag bit */
58 #define PSL_VM 0x00020000 /* virtual 8086 mode bit */
59 #define PSL_AC 0x00040000 /* alignment checking */
60 #define PSL_VIF 0x00080000 /* virtual interrupt enable */
61 #define PSL_VIP 0x00100000 /* virtual interrupt pending */
62 #define PSL_ID 0x00200000 /* identification bit */
65 * The i486 manual says that we are not supposed to change reserved flags,
66 * but this is too much trouble since the reserved flags depend on the cpu
67 * and setting them to their historical values works in practice.
69 #define PSL_RESERVED_DEFAULT 0x00000002
72 * Initial flags for kernel and user mode. The kernel later inherits
73 * PSL_I and some other flags from user mode.
75 #define PSL_KERNEL PSL_RESERVED_DEFAULT
76 #define PSL_USER (PSL_RESERVED_DEFAULT | PSL_I)
79 * Bits that can be changed in user mode on 486's. We allow these bits
80 * to be changed using ptrace(), sigreturn() and procfs. Setting PS_NT
81 * is undesirable but it may as well be allowed since users can inflict
82 * it on the kernel directly. Changes to PSL_AC are silently ignored on
83 * 386's.
85 #define PSL_USERCHANGE (PSL_C | PSL_PF | PSL_AF | PSL_Z | PSL_N | PSL_T \
86 | PSL_D | PSL_V | PSL_NT | PSL_AC | PSL_ID)
88 #endif /* !_MACHINE_PSL_H_ */
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