[dpdk-dev,02/16] crypto/cpt/base: add hardware definitions Cavium CPT
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Message ID 1528476325-15585-3-git-send-email-anoob.joseph@caviumnetworks.com
State Superseded, archived
Delegated to: akhil goyal
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  • Adding Cavium's crypto device(CPT) driver
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Anoob Joseph June 8, 2018, 4:45 p.m. UTC
From: Nithin Dabilpuram <nithin.dabilpuram@cavium.com>

Adds hardware specific definitions for Cavium CPT device.

Signed-off-by: Ankur Dwivedi <ankur.dwivedi@cavium.com>
Signed-off-by: Murthy NSSR <Nidadavolu.Murthy@cavium.com>
Signed-off-by: Nithin Dabilpuram <nithin.dabilpuram@cavium.com>
Signed-off-by: Ragothaman Jayaraman <Ragothaman.Jayaraman@cavium.com>
Signed-off-by: Srisivasubramanian Srinivasan <Srisivasubramanian.Srinivasan@cavium.com>
---
 drivers/crypto/cpt/base/cpt_hw_types.h  | 836 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 drivers/crypto/cpt/base/mcode_defines.h | 215 ++++++++
 2 files changed, 1051 insertions(+)
 create mode 100644 drivers/crypto/cpt/base/cpt_hw_types.h
 create mode 100644 drivers/crypto/cpt/base/mcode_defines.h

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Jerin Jacob June 14, 2018, 3:02 a.m. UTC | #1
-----Original Message-----
> Date: Fri,  8 Jun 2018 22:15:11 +0530
> From: Anoob Joseph <anoob.joseph@caviumnetworks.com>
> To: Akhil Goyal <akhil.goyal@nxp.com>, Pablo de Lara
>  <pablo.de.lara.guarch@intel.com>, Thomas Monjalon <thomas@monjalon.net>
> Cc: Nithin Dabilpuram <nithin.dabilpuram@cavium.com>, Ankur Dwivedi
>  <ankur.dwivedi@cavium.com>, Jerin Jacob <jerin.jacob@caviumnetworks.com>,
>  Murthy NSSR <Nidadavolu.Murthy@cavium.com>, Narayana Prasad
>  <narayanaprasad.athreya@caviumnetworks.com>, Ragothaman Jayaraman
>  <Ragothaman.Jayaraman@cavium.com>, Srisivasubramanian Srinivasan
>  <Srisivasubramanian.Srinivasan@cavium.com>, dev@dpdk.org
> Subject: [PATCH 02/16] crypto/cpt/base: add hardware definitions Cavium CPT
> X-Mailer: git-send-email 2.7.4
> 
> From: Nithin Dabilpuram <nithin.dabilpuram@cavium.com>
> 
> Adds hardware specific definitions for Cavium CPT device.
> 
> Signed-off-by: Ankur Dwivedi <ankur.dwivedi@cavium.com>
> Signed-off-by: Murthy NSSR <Nidadavolu.Murthy@cavium.com>
> Signed-off-by: Nithin Dabilpuram <nithin.dabilpuram@cavium.com>
> Signed-off-by: Ragothaman Jayaraman <Ragothaman.Jayaraman@cavium.com>
> Signed-off-by: Srisivasubramanian Srinivasan <Srisivasubramanian.Srinivasan@cavium.com>
> ---
>  drivers/crypto/cpt/base/cpt_hw_types.h  | 836 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>  drivers/crypto/cpt/base/mcode_defines.h | 215 ++++++++
>  2 files changed, 1051 insertions(+)
>  create mode 100644 drivers/crypto/cpt/base/cpt_hw_types.h
>  create mode 100644 drivers/crypto/cpt/base/mcode_defines.h
> 
> diff --git a/drivers/crypto/cpt/base/cpt_hw_types.h b/drivers/crypto/cpt/base/cpt_hw_types.h
> new file mode 100644
> index 0000000..b4b2af1
> --- /dev/null
> +++ b/drivers/crypto/cpt/base/cpt_hw_types.h
> @@ -0,0 +1,836 @@
> +/* SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
> + * Copyright(c) 2017 Cavium, Inc
> + */
> +
> +#ifndef __CPT_HW_TYPES_H
> +#define __CPT_HW_TYPES_H
> +
> +#include <stddef.h>
> +#include <stdint.h>
> +#include <stdbool.h>
> +#include <errno.h>
> +#include <string.h>

Use alphabetical order.

> +
> +#define CPT_INST_SIZE	            (64)
> +#define CPT_VQ_CHUNK_ALIGN	        (128) /**< 128 byte align */
> +#define CPT_NEXT_CHUNK_PTR_SIZE     (8)
> +#define CPT_INST_CHUNK_MAX_SIZE     (1023)
> +
> +#define CPT_PF_VF_MAILBOX_SIZE		(2)
> +
> +#define CPT_VF_INTR_MBOX_MASK   (1<<0)
> +#define CPT_VF_INTR_DOVF_MASK   (1<<1)
> +#define CPT_VF_INTR_IRDE_MASK   (1<<2)
> +#define CPT_VF_INTR_NWRP_MASK   (1<<3)
> +#define CPT_VF_INTR_SWERR_MASK  (1<<4)
> +#define CPT_VF_INTR_HWERR_MASK  (1<<5)
> +#define CPT_VF_INTR_FAULT_MASK  (1<<6)
> +
> +/*
> + * CPT_INST_S software command definitions
> + * Words EI (0-3)
> + */
> +typedef union {
> +	uint64_t u64;
> +	struct {
> +		uint16_t opcode;
> +		uint16_t param1;
> +		uint16_t param2;
> +		uint16_t dlen;
> +	} s;
> +} vq_cmd_word0_t;
> +
> +typedef union {
> +	uint64_t u64;
> +	struct {
> +#if __BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__

Use DPDK primitives for endian checking.

> +		uint64_t grp	: 3;
> +		uint64_t cptr	: 61;
> +#else
> +		uint64_t cptr	: 61;
> +		uint64_t grp	: 3;
> +#endif
> +	} s;
> +	uint8_t reg_A[8];
> +	uint8_t ci_key[16];
> +} mc_kasumi_ctx_t;
> +
> +#define ENC_CTRL(fctx)  fctx.enc.enc_ctrl.e
> +#define AUTH_CTRL(fctx) fctx.auth.auth_ctrl
> +#define P_ENC_CTRL(fctx)  fctx->enc.enc_ctrl.e
> +
> +#define MAX_IVLEN 16
> +#define MAX_KEYLEN 32

If something specific to CPT, IMO, better to start with CPT_ to
avoid name collision.

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diff --git a/drivers/crypto/cpt/base/cpt_hw_types.h b/drivers/crypto/cpt/base/cpt_hw_types.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b4b2af1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/drivers/crypto/cpt/base/cpt_hw_types.h
@@ -0,0 +1,836 @@ 
+/* SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
+ * Copyright(c) 2017 Cavium, Inc
+ */
+
+#ifndef __CPT_HW_TYPES_H
+#define __CPT_HW_TYPES_H
+
+#include <stddef.h>
+#include <stdint.h>
+#include <stdbool.h>
+#include <errno.h>
+#include <string.h>
+
+#define CPT_INST_SIZE	            (64)
+#define CPT_VQ_CHUNK_ALIGN	        (128) /**< 128 byte align */
+#define CPT_NEXT_CHUNK_PTR_SIZE     (8)
+#define CPT_INST_CHUNK_MAX_SIZE     (1023)
+
+#define CPT_PF_VF_MAILBOX_SIZE		(2)
+
+#define CPT_VF_INTR_MBOX_MASK   (1<<0)
+#define CPT_VF_INTR_DOVF_MASK   (1<<1)
+#define CPT_VF_INTR_IRDE_MASK   (1<<2)
+#define CPT_VF_INTR_NWRP_MASK   (1<<3)
+#define CPT_VF_INTR_SWERR_MASK  (1<<4)
+#define CPT_VF_INTR_HWERR_MASK  (1<<5)
+#define CPT_VF_INTR_FAULT_MASK  (1<<6)
+
+/*
+ * CPT_INST_S software command definitions
+ * Words EI (0-3)
+ */
+typedef union {
+	uint64_t u64;
+	struct {
+		uint16_t opcode;
+		uint16_t param1;
+		uint16_t param2;
+		uint16_t dlen;
+	} s;
+} vq_cmd_word0_t;
+
+typedef union {
+	uint64_t u64;
+	struct {
+#if __BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__
+		uint64_t grp	: 3;
+		uint64_t cptr	: 61;
+#else
+		uint64_t cptr	: 61;
+		uint64_t grp	: 3;
+#endif
+	} s;
+} vq_cmd_word3_t;
+
+typedef struct cpt_vq_command {
+	vq_cmd_word0_t cmd;
+	uint64_t dptr;
+	uint64_t rptr;
+	vq_cmd_word3_t cptr;
+} cpt_vq_cmd_t;
+
+/**
+ * Structure cpt_inst_s
+ *
+ * CPT Instruction Structure
+ * This structure specifies the instruction layout.
+ * Instructions are stored in memory
+ * as little-endian unless CPT()_PF_Q()_CTL[INST_BE] is set.
+ */
+typedef union cpt_inst_s {
+	uint64_t u[8];
+	struct cpt_inst_s_s {
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 0 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_17_63        : 47;
+		uint64_t doneint               : 1;
+		/*< [ 16: 16] Done interrupt.
+		 * 0 = No interrupts related to this instruction.
+		 * 1 = When the instruction completes,CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE]
+		 * will be incremented, and based on the rules described
+		 * there an interrupt may occur.
+		 */
+		uint64_t reserved_0_15         : 16;
+#else /* Word 0 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_0_15         : 16;
+		uint64_t doneint               : 1;
+		/*< [ 16: 16] Done interrupt.
+		 * 0 = No interrupts related to this instruction.
+		 * 1 = When the instruction completes,CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE]
+		 * will be incremented, and based on the rules described
+		 * there aninterrupt may occur.
+		 */
+		uint64_t reserved_17_63        : 47;
+#endif /* Word 0 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 1 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t res_addr              : 64;
+		/*< [127: 64] Result IOVA.
+		 * If nonzero, specifies where to write CPT_RES_S.
+		 * If zero, no result structure will be written.
+		 * Address must be 16-byte aligned.
+
+		 * Bits <63:49> are ignored by hardware; software should
+		 *use a sign-extended bit <48> for forward compatibility.
+		 */
+#else /* Word 1 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t res_addr              : 64;
+		/*< [127: 64] Result IOVA.
+		 * If nonzero, specifies where to write CPT_RES_S.
+		 * If zero, no result structure will be written.
+		 * Address must be 16-byte aligned.
+
+		 * Bits <63:49> are ignored by hardware; software should
+		 *use a sign-extended bit <48> for forward compatibility.
+		 */
+#endif /* Word 1 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 2 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_172_191      : 20;
+		uint64_t grp                   : 10;
+		/*< [171:162] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, the SSO guest-group to
+		 * use when CPT submits work to SSO.
+		 * For the SSO to not discard the add-work request, FPA_PF_MAP()
+		 * must map [GRP] and CPT()_PF_Q()_GMCTL[GMID] as valid.
+		 */
+		uint64_t tt                    : 2;
+		/*< [161:160] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, the SSO tag type to use
+		 * when CPT submits work to SSO.
+		 */
+		uint64_t tag                   : 32;
+		/*< [159:128] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, the SSO tag to use when
+		 * CPT submits work to SSO.
+		 */
+#else /* Word 2 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t tag                   : 32;
+		/**< [159:128] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, the SSO tag to use when
+		 * CPT submits work to SSO.
+		 */
+		uint64_t tt                    : 2;
+		/**< [161:160] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, the SSO tag type to use
+		 * when CPT submits work to SSO.
+		 */
+		uint64_t grp                   : 10;
+		/**< [171:162] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, the SSO guest-group to
+		 * use when CPT submits work to SSO.
+		 * For the SSO to not discard the add-work request, FPA_PF_MAP()
+		 * must map [GRP] and CPT()_PF_Q()_GMCTL[GMID] as valid.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t reserved_172_191      : 20;
+#endif /* Word 2 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 3 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t wq_ptr                : 64;
+		/**< [255:192] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, it is a pointer to a
+		 * work-queue entry that CPT submits work to SSO after all
+		 * context, output data, and result write operations are
+		 * visible to other CNXXXX units and the cores.
+		 * Bits <2:0> must be zero.
+		 * Bits <63:49> are ignored by hardware; software should use a
+		 * sign-extended bit <48> for forward compatibility.
+		 * Internal:Bits <63:49>, <2:0> are ignored by hardware,
+		 * treated as always 0x0.
+		 **/
+#else /* Word 3 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t wq_ptr                : 64;
+		/**< [255:192] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, it is a pointer to a
+		 * work-queue entry that CPT submits work to SSO after all
+		 * context, output data, and result write operations are
+		 * visible to other CNXXXX units and the cores.
+		 * Bits <2:0> must be zero.
+		 * Bits <63:49> are ignored by hardware; software should use a
+		 * sign-extended bit <48> for forward compatibility.
+		 * Internal: Bits <63:49>, <2:0> are ignored by hardware,
+		 * treated as always 0x0.
+		 **/
+#endif /* Word 3 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 4 - Big Endian */
+		union {
+			uint64_t ei0                   : 64;
+			/**< [319:256] Engine instruction word 0. Passed to the
+			 * AE/SE.
+			 **/
+			vq_cmd_word0_t vq_cmd_w0;
+		};
+#else /* Word 4 - Little Endian */
+		union {
+			uint64_t ei0                   : 64;
+			/**< [319:256] Engine instruction word 0. Passed to the
+			 * AE/SE.
+			 **/
+			vq_cmd_word0_t vq_cmd_w0;
+		};
+#endif /* Word 4 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 5 - Big Endian */
+		union {
+			uint64_t ei1                   : 64;
+			/**< [383:320] Engine instruction word 1. Passed to the
+			 * AE/SE.
+			 **/
+			uint64_t dptr;
+		};
+#else /* Word 5 - Little Endian */
+		union {
+			uint64_t ei1                   : 64;
+			/**< [383:320] Engine instruction word 1. Passed to the
+			 * AE/SE.
+			 **/
+			uint64_t dptr;
+		};
+#endif /* Word 5 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 6 - Big Endian */
+		union {
+			uint64_t ei2                   : 64;
+			/**< [447:384] Engine instruction word 2. Passed to the
+			 * AE/SE.
+			 **/
+			uint64_t rptr;
+		};
+#else /* Word 6 - Little Endian */
+		union {
+			uint64_t ei2                   : 64;
+			/**< [447:384] Engine instruction word 2. Passed to the
+			 * AE/SE.
+			 **/
+			uint64_t rptr;
+		};
+#endif /* Word 6 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 7 - Big Endian */
+		union {
+			uint64_t ei3                   : 64;
+			/**< [511:448] Engine instruction word 3. Passed to the
+			 * AE/SE.
+			 **/
+			vq_cmd_word3_t vq_cmd_w3;
+		};
+#else /* Word 7 - Little Endian */
+		union {
+			uint64_t ei3                   : 64;
+			/**< [511:448] Engine instruction word 3. Passed to the
+			 * AE/SE.
+			 **/
+			vq_cmd_word3_t vq_cmd_w3;
+		};
+#endif /* Word 7 - End */
+	} s;
+	struct cpt_inst_s_cn {
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 0 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_17_63        : 47;
+		uint64_t doneint               : 1;
+		/**< [ 16: 16] Done interrupt.
+		 * 0 = No interrupts related to this instruction.
+		 * 1 = When the instruction completes, CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE]
+		 * will be incremented,and based on the rules described there
+		 * an interrupt may occur.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t reserved_8_15         : 8;
+		uint64_t reserved_0_7          : 8;
+#else /* Word 0 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_0_7          : 8;
+		uint64_t reserved_8_15         : 8;
+		uint64_t doneint               : 1;
+		/**< [ 16: 16] Done interrupt.
+		 * 0 = No interrupts related to this instruction.
+		 * 1 = When the instruction completes, CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE]
+		 * will be incremented,and based on the rules described there
+		 * an interrupt may occur.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t reserved_17_63        : 47;
+#endif /* Word 0 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 1 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t res_addr              : 64;
+		/**< [127: 64] Result IOVA.
+		 * If nonzero, specifies where to write CPT_RES_S.
+		 * If zero, no result structure will be written.
+		 * Address must be 16-byte aligned.
+		 *
+		 * Bits <63:49> are ignored by hardware; software should
+		 * use a sign-extended bit <48> for forward compatibility.
+		 **/
+#else /* Word 1 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t res_addr              : 64;
+		/**< [127: 64] Result IOVA.
+		 * If nonzero, specifies where to write CPT_RES_S.
+		 * If zero, no result structure will be written.
+		 * Address must be 16-byte aligned.
+		 *
+		 * Bits <63:49> are ignored by hardware; software should
+		 * use a sign-extended bit <48> for forward compatibility.
+		 **/
+#endif /* Word 1 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 2 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_172_191      : 20;
+		uint64_t grp                   : 10;
+		/**< [171:162] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, the SSO guest-group to
+		 * use when CPT submits work to SSO. For the SSO to not discard
+		 * the add-work request, FPA_PF_MAP() must map [GRP] and
+		 * CPT()_PF_Q()_GMCTL[GMID] as valid.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t tt                    : 2;
+		/**< [161:160] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, the SSO tag type to use
+		 * when CPT submits work to SSO.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t tag                   : 32;
+		/**< [159:128] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, the SSO tag to use
+		 * when CPT submits work to SSO.
+		 **/
+#else /* Word 2 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t tag                   : 32;
+		/**< [159:128] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, the SSO tag to use
+		 * when CPT submits work to SSO.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t tt                    : 2;
+		/**< [161:160] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, the SSO tag type to use
+		 * when CPT submits work to SSO.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t grp                   : 10;
+		/**< [171:162] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, the SSO guest-group to
+		 * use when CPT submits work to SSO. For the SSO to not discard
+		 * the add-work request, FPA_PF_MAP() must map [GRP] and
+		 * CPT()_PF_Q()_GMCTL[GMID] as valid.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t reserved_172_191      : 20;
+#endif /* Word 2 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 3 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t wq_ptr                : 64;
+		/**< [255:192] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, it is a pointer to a work
+		 * -queue entry that CPT submits work to SSO after all context,
+		 * output data, and result write operations are visible to other
+		 * CNXXXX units and the cores.
+
+		Bits <2:0> must be zero.  Bits <63:49> are ignored by hardware;
+		software should use a sign-extended bit <48> for forward
+		compatibility.
+
+Internal:
+Bits <63:49>, <2:0> are ignored by hardware, treated as always 0x0.
+		 */
+#else /* Word 3 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t wq_ptr                : 64;
+		/**< [255:192] If [WQ_PTR] is nonzero, it is a pointer to a work
+		 * -queue entry that CPT submits work to SSO after all context,
+		 * output data, and result write operations are visible to other
+		 * CNXXXX units and the cores.
+
+		Bits <2:0> must be zero.  Bits <63:49> are ignored by hardware;
+		software should use a sign-extended bit <48> for forward
+		compatibility.
+
+Internal:
+Bits <63:49>, <2:0> are ignored by hardware, treated as always 0x0.
+		 */
+#endif /* Word 3 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 4 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t ei0                   : 64;
+		/**< [319:256] Engine instruction word 0. Passed to the AE/SE.*/
+#else /* Word 4 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t ei0                   : 64;
+		/**< [319:256] Engine instruction word 0. Passed to the AE/SE.*/
+#endif /* Word 4 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 5 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t ei1                   : 64;
+		/**< [383:320] Engine instruction word 1. Passed to the AE/SE.*/
+#else /* Word 5 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t ei1                   : 64;
+		/**< [383:320] Engine instruction word 1. Passed to the AE/SE.*/
+#endif /* Word 5 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 6 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t ei2                   : 64;
+		/**< [447:384] Engine instruction word 2. Passed to the AE/SE.*/
+#else /* Word 6 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t ei2                   : 64;
+		/**< [447:384] Engine instruction word 2. Passed to the AE/SE.*/
+#endif /* Word 6 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 7 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t ei3                   : 64;
+		/**< [511:448] Engine instruction word 3. Passed to the AE/SE.*/
+#else /* Word 7 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t ei3                   : 64;
+		/**< [511:448] Engine instruction word 3. Passed to the AE/SE.*/
+#endif /* Word 7 - End */
+	} cn;
+} cpt_inst_s_t;
+
+/**
+ * Structure cpt_res_s
+ *
+ * CPT Result Structure
+ * The CPT coprocessor writes the result structure after it completes a
+ * CPT_INST_S instruction. The result structure is exactly 16 bytes, and each
+ * instruction completion produces exactly one result structure.
+ *
+ * This structure is stored in memory as little-endian unless
+ * CPT()_PF_Q()_CTL[INST_BE] is set.
+ */
+typedef union cpt_res_s {
+	uint64_t u[2];
+	struct cpt_res_s_s {
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 0 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_17_63        : 47;
+		uint64_t doneint               : 1;
+		/**< [ 16: 16] Done interrupt. This bit is copied from the
+		 * corresponding instruction's CPT_INST_S[DONEINT].
+		 **/
+		uint64_t reserved_8_15         : 8;
+		uint64_t compcode              : 8;
+		/**< [  7:  0] Indicates completion/error status of the CPT
+		 * coprocessor for the associated instruction, as enumerated by
+		 * CPT_COMP_E. Core software may write the memory location
+		 * containing [COMPCODE] to 0x0 before ringing the doorbell, and
+		 * then poll for completion by checking for a nonzero value.
+
+		 Once the core observes a nonzero [COMPCODE] value in this case,
+		 the CPT coprocessor will have also completed L2/DRAM write
+		 operations.
+		  */
+#else /* Word 0 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t compcode              : 8;
+		/**< [  7:  0] Indicates completion/error status of the CPT
+		 * coprocessor for the associated instruction, as enumerated by
+		 * CPT_COMP_E. Core software may write the memory location
+		 * containing [COMPCODE] to 0x0 before ringing the doorbell, and
+		 * then poll for completion by checking for a nonzero value.
+
+		Once the core observes a nonzero [COMPCODE] value in this case,
+		the CPT coprocessor will have also completed L2/DRAM write
+		operations.
+		 */
+		uint64_t reserved_8_15         : 8;
+		uint64_t doneint               : 1;
+		/**< [ 16: 16] Done interrupt. This bit is copied from the
+		 * corresponding instruction's CPT_INST_S[DONEINT].
+		 **/
+		uint64_t reserved_17_63        : 47;
+#endif /* Word 0 - End */
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 1 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_64_127       : 64;
+#else /* Word 1 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_64_127       : 64;
+#endif /* Word 1 - End */
+	} s;
+	/* struct cpt_res_s_s cn; */
+} cpt_res_s_t;
+
+/**
+ * Register (NCB) cpt#_vq#_ctl
+ *
+ * CPT VF Queue Control Registers
+ * This register configures queues. This register should be changed (other than
+ * clearing [ENA]) only when quiescent (see CPT()_VQ()_INPROG[INFLIGHT]).
+ */
+typedef union {
+	uint64_t u;
+	struct cptx_vqx_ctl_s {
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 0 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_1_63         : 63;
+		uint64_t ena                   : 1;
+		/**< [  0:  0](R/W/H) Enables the logical instruction queue.
+		 * See also CPT()_PF_Q()_CTL[CONT_ERR] and
+		 * CPT()_VQ()_INPROG[INFLIGHT].
+		 * 1 = Queue is enabled.
+		 * 0 = Queue is disabled.
+		 **/
+#else /* Word 0 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t ena                   : 1;
+		/**< [  0:  0](R/W/H) Enables the logical instruction queue.
+		 * See also CPT()_PF_Q()_CTL[CONT_ERR] and
+		 * CPT()_VQ()_INPROG[INFLIGHT].
+		 * 1 = Queue is enabled.
+		 * 0 = Queue is disabled.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t reserved_1_63         : 63;
+#endif /* Word 0 - End */
+	} s;
+	/* struct cptx_vqx_ctl_s cn; */
+} cptx_vqx_ctl_t;
+
+/**
+ * Register (NCB) cpt#_vq#_done
+ *
+ * CPT Queue Done Count Registers
+ * These registers contain the per-queue instruction done count.
+ */
+typedef union {
+	uint64_t u;
+	struct cptx_vqx_done_s {
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 0 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_20_63        : 44;
+		uint64_t done                  : 20;
+		/**< [ 19:  0](R/W/H) Done count. When CPT_INST_S[DONEINT] set
+		 * and that instruction completes,CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] is
+		 * incremented when the instruction finishes. Write to this
+		 * field are for diagnostic use only; instead software writes
+		 * CPT()_VQ()_DONE_ACK with the number of decrements for this
+		 * field.
+
+		Interrupts are sent as follows:
+
+		 * When CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] = 0, then no results are pending,
+		 * the interrupt coalescing timer is held to zero, and an
+		 * interrupt is not sent.
+
+		 * When CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] != 0, then the interrupt
+		 * coalescing timer counts. If the counter is >= CPT()_VQ()_DONE
+		 * _WAIT[TIME_WAIT]*1024, or CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] >= CPT()_VQ()
+		 * _DONE_WAIT[NUM_WAIT], i.e. enough time has passed or enough
+		 * results have arrived, then the interrupt is sent.  Otherwise,
+		 * it is not sent due to coalescing.
+
+		* When CPT()_VQ()_DONE_ACK is written (or CPT()_VQ()_DONE is
+		* written but this is not typical), the interrupt coalescing
+		* timer restarts.  Note after decrementing this interrupt
+		* equation is recomputed, for example if CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE]
+		* >= CPT()_VQ()_DONE_WAIT[NUM_WAIT] and because the timer is
+		* zero, the interrupt will be resent immediately.  (This covers
+		* the race case between software acknowledging an interrupt and
+		* a result returning.)
+
+		* When CPT()_VQ()_DONE_ENA_W1S[DONE] = 0, interrupts are not
+		* sent, but the counting described above still occurs.
+
+		Since CPT instructions complete out-of-order, if software is
+		using completion interrupts the suggested scheme is to request a
+		DONEINT on each request, and when an interrupt arrives perform a
+		"greedy" scan for completions; even if a later command is
+		acknowledged first this will not result in missing a completion.
+
+		Software is responsible for making sure [DONE] does not overflow
+		; for example by insuring there are not more than 2^20-1
+		instructions in flight that may request interrupts.
+		 */
+#else /* Word 0 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t done                  : 20;
+		/**< [ 19:  0](R/W/H) Done count. When CPT_INST_S[DONEINT] set
+		 * and that instruction completes,CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] is
+		 * incremented when the instruction finishes. Write to this
+		 * field are for diagnostic use only; instead software writes
+		 * CPT()_VQ()_DONE_ACK with the number of decrements for this
+		 * field.
+
+		Interrupts are sent as follows:
+
+		 * When CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] = 0, then no results are pending,
+		 * the interrupt coalescing timer is held to zero, and an
+		 * interrupt is not sent.
+
+		 * When CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] != 0, then the interrupt
+		 * coalescing timer counts. If the counter is >= CPT()_VQ()_DONE
+		 * _WAIT[TIME_WAIT]*1024, or CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] >= CPT()_VQ()
+		 * _DONE_WAIT[NUM_WAIT], i.e. enough time has passed or enough
+		 * results have arrived, then the interrupt is sent.  Otherwise,
+		 * it is not sent due to coalescing.
+
+		* When CPT()_VQ()_DONE_ACK is written (or CPT()_VQ()_DONE is
+		* written but this is not typical), the interrupt coalescing
+		* timer restarts.  Note after decrementing this interrupt
+		* equation is recomputed, for example if CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE]
+		* >= CPT()_VQ()_DONE_WAIT[NUM_WAIT] and because the timer is
+		* zero, the interrupt will be resent immediately.  (This covers
+		* the race case between software acknowledging an interrupt and
+		* a result returning.)
+
+		* When CPT()_VQ()_DONE_ENA_W1S[DONE] = 0, interrupts are not
+		* sent, but the counting described above still occurs.
+
+		Since CPT instructions complete out-of-order, if software is
+		using completion interrupts the suggested scheme is to request a
+		DONEINT on each request, and when an interrupt arrives perform a
+		"greedy" scan for completions; even if a later command is
+		acknowledged first this will not result in missing a completion.
+
+		Software is responsible for making sure [DONE] does not overflow
+		; for example by insuring there are not more than 2^20-1
+		instructions in flight that may request interrupts.
+		 */
+		uint64_t reserved_20_63        : 44;
+#endif /* Word 0 - End */
+	} s;
+	/* struct cptx_vqx_done_s cn; */
+} cptx_vqx_done_t;
+
+/**
+ * Register (NCB) cpt#_vq#_done_ack
+ *
+ * CPT Queue Done Count Ack Registers
+ * This register is written by software to acknowledge interrupts.
+ */
+typedef union {
+	uint64_t u;
+	struct cptx_vqx_done_ack_s {
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 0 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_20_63        : 44;
+		uint64_t done_ack              : 20;
+		/**< [ 19:  0](R/W/H) Number of decrements to CPT()_VQ()_DONE
+		 * [DONE]. Reads CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE].
+
+		Written by software to acknowledge interrupts. If CPT()_VQ()_
+		DONE[DONE] is still nonzero the interrupt will be re-sent if the
+		conditions described in CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] are satisfied.
+		 */
+#else /* Word 0 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t done_ack              : 20;
+		/**< [ 19:  0](R/W/H) Number of decrements to CPT()_VQ()_DONE
+		 * [DONE]. Reads CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE].
+
+		Written by software to acknowledge interrupts. If CPT()_VQ()_
+		DONE[DONE] is still nonzero the interrupt will be re-sent if the
+		conditions described in CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] are satisfied.
+		 */
+		uint64_t reserved_20_63        : 44;
+#endif /* Word 0 - End */
+	} s;
+	/* struct cptx_vqx_done_ack_s cn; */
+} cptx_vqx_done_ack_t;
+
+/**
+ * Register (NCB) cpt#_vq#_done_wait
+ *
+ * CPT Queue Done Interrupt Coalescing Wait Registers
+ * Specifies the per queue interrupt coalescing settings.
+ */
+typedef union {
+	uint64_t u;
+	struct cptx_vqx_done_wait_s {
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 0 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_48_63        : 16;
+		uint64_t time_wait             : 16;
+		/**< [ 47: 32](R/W) Time hold-off. When CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] =
+		 * 0, or CPT()_VQ()_DONE_ACK is written a timer is cleared. When
+		 * the timer reaches [TIME_WAIT]*1024 then interrupt coalescing
+		 * ends; see CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE]. If 0x0, time coalescing is
+		 * disabled.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t reserved_20_31        : 12;
+		uint64_t num_wait              : 20;
+		/**< [ 19:  0](R/W) Number of messages hold-off. When
+		 * CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] >= [NUM_WAIT] then interrupt coalescing
+		 * ends; see CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE]. If 0x0, same behavior as
+		 * 0x1.
+		 **/
+#else /* Word 0 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t num_wait              : 20;
+		/**< [ 19:  0](R/W) Number of messages hold-off. When
+		 * CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] >= [NUM_WAIT] then interrupt coalescing
+		 * ends; see CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE]. If 0x0, same behavior as
+		 * 0x1.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t reserved_20_31        : 12;
+		uint64_t time_wait             : 16;
+		/**< [ 47: 32](R/W) Time hold-off. When CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] =
+		 * 0, or CPT()_VQ()_DONE_ACK is written a timer is cleared. When
+		 * the timer reaches [TIME_WAIT]*1024 then interrupt coalescing
+		 * ends; see CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE]. If 0x0, time coalescing is
+		 * disabled.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t reserved_48_63        : 16;
+#endif /* Word 0 - End */
+	} s;
+	/* struct cptx_vqx_done_wait_s cn; */
+} cptx_vqx_done_wait_t;
+
+/**
+ * Register (NCB) cpt#_vq#_doorbell
+ *
+ * CPT Queue Doorbell Registers
+ * Doorbells for the CPT instruction queues.
+ */
+typedef union {
+	uint64_t u;
+	struct cptx_vqx_doorbell_s {
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 0 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_20_63        : 44;
+		uint64_t dbell_cnt             : 20;
+		/**< [ 19:  0](R/W/H) Number of instruction queue 64-bit words
+		 * to add to the CPT instruction doorbell count. Readback value
+		 * is the the current number of pending doorbell requests.
+
+		If counter overflows CPT()_VQ()_MISC_INT[DBELL_DOVF] is set.
+
+		To reset the count back to zero, write one to clear
+		CPT()_VQ()_MISC_INT_ENA_W1C[DBELL_DOVF], then write a value of
+		2^20 minus the read [DBELL_CNT], then write one to
+		CPT()_VQ()_MISC_INT_W1C[DBELL_DOVF] and
+		CPT()_VQ()_MISC_INT_ENA_W1S[DBELL_DOVF].
+
+		Must be a multiple of 8.  All CPT instructions are 8 words and
+		require a doorbell count of multiple of 8.
+		 */
+#else /* Word 0 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t dbell_cnt             : 20;
+		/**< [ 19:  0](R/W/H) Number of instruction queue 64-bit words
+		 * to add to the CPT instruction doorbell count. Readback value
+		 * is the the current number of pending doorbell requests.
+
+		If counter overflows CPT()_VQ()_MISC_INT[DBELL_DOVF] is set.
+
+		To reset the count back to zero, write one to clear
+		CPT()_VQ()_MISC_INT_ENA_W1C[DBELL_DOVF], then write a value of
+		2^20 minus the read [DBELL_CNT], then write one to
+		CPT()_VQ()_MISC_INT_W1C[DBELL_DOVF] and
+		CPT()_VQ()_MISC_INT_ENA_W1S[DBELL_DOVF].
+
+		Must be a multiple of 8.  All CPT instructions are 8 words and
+		require a doorbell count of multiple of 8.
+		 */
+		uint64_t reserved_20_63        : 44;
+#endif /* Word 0 - End */
+	} s;
+	/* struct cptx_vqx_doorbell_s cn; */
+} cptx_vqx_doorbell_t;
+
+/**
+ * Register (NCB) cpt#_vq#_inprog
+ *
+ * CPT Queue In Progress Count Registers
+ * These registers contain the per-queue instruction in flight registers.
+ */
+typedef union {
+	uint64_t u;
+	struct cptx_vqx_inprog_s {
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 0 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_8_63         : 56;
+		uint64_t inflight              : 8;
+		/**< [  7:  0](RO/H) Inflight count. Counts the number of
+		 * instructions for the VF for which CPT is fetching, executing
+		 * or responding to instructions. However this does not include
+		 * any interrupts that are awaiting software handling
+		 * (CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] != 0x0).
+
+		A queue may not be reconfigured until:
+		1. CPT()_VQ()_CTL[ENA] is cleared by software.
+		2. [INFLIGHT] is polled until equals to zero.
+		 */
+#else /* Word 0 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t inflight              : 8;
+		/**< [  7:  0](RO/H) Inflight count. Counts the number of
+		 * instructions for the VF for which CPT is fetching, executing
+		 * or responding to instructions. However this does not include
+		 * any interrupts that are awaiting software handling
+		 * (CPT()_VQ()_DONE[DONE] != 0x0).
+
+		A queue may not be reconfigured until:
+		1. CPT()_VQ()_CTL[ENA] is cleared by software.
+		2. [INFLIGHT] is polled until equals to zero.
+		 */
+		uint64_t reserved_8_63         : 56;
+#endif /* Word 0 - End */
+	} s;
+	/* struct cptx_vqx_inprog_s cn; */
+} cptx_vqx_inprog_t;
+
+/**
+ * Register (NCB) cpt#_vq#_misc_int
+ *
+ * CPT Queue Misc Interrupt Register
+ * These registers contain the per-queue miscellaneous interrupts.
+ */
+typedef union {
+	uint64_t u;
+	struct cptx_vqx_misc_int_s {
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 0 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_7_63         : 57;
+		uint64_t fault		       : 1;
+		/**< [  6:  6](R/W1C/H) Translation fault detected. */
+		uint64_t hwerr		       : 1;
+		/**< [  5:  5](R/W1C/H) Hardware error from engines. */
+		uint64_t swerr                 : 1;
+		/**< [  4:  4](R/W1C/H) Software error from engines. */
+		uint64_t nwrp                  : 1;
+		/**< [  3:  3](R/W1C/H) NCB result write response error. */
+		uint64_t irde                  : 1;
+		/**< [  2:  2](R/W1C/H) Instruction NCB read response error. */
+		uint64_t dovf                  : 1;
+		/**< [  1:  1](R/W1C/H) Doorbell overflow. */
+		uint64_t mbox                  : 1;
+		/**< [  0:  0](R/W1C/H) PF to VF mailbox interrupt. Set when
+		 * CPT()_VF()_PF_MBOX(0) is written.
+		 **/
+#else /* Word 0 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t mbox                  : 1;
+		/**< [  0:  0](R/W1C/H) PF to VF mailbox interrupt. Set when
+		 * CPT()_VF()_PF_MBOX(0) is written.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t dovf                  : 1;
+		/**< [  1:  1](R/W1C/H) Doorbell overflow. */
+		uint64_t irde                  : 1;
+		/**< [  2:  2](R/W1C/H) Instruction NCB read response error. */
+		uint64_t nwrp                  : 1;
+		/**< [  3:  3](R/W1C/H) NCB result write response error. */
+		uint64_t swerr                 : 1;
+		/**< [  4:  4](R/W1C/H) Software error from engines. */
+		uint64_t hwerr		       : 1;
+		/**< [  5:  5](R/W1C/H) Hardware error from engines. */
+		uint64_t fault		       : 1;
+		/**< [  6:  6](R/W1C/H) Translation fault detected. */
+		uint64_t reserved_5_63         : 59;
+#endif /* Word 0 - End */
+	} s;
+	/* struct cptx_vqx_misc_int_s cn; */
+} cptx_vqx_misc_int_t;
+
+/**
+ * Register (NCB) cpt#_vq#_saddr
+ *
+ * CPT Queue Starting Buffer Address Registers
+ * These registers set the instruction buffer starting address.
+ */
+typedef union {
+	uint64_t u;
+	struct cptx_vqx_saddr_s	{
+#if (__BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__) /* Word 0 - Big Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_49_63        : 15;
+		uint64_t ptr                   : 43;
+		/**< [ 48:  6](R/W/H) Instruction buffer IOVA <48:6>
+		 * (64-byte aligned). When written, it is the initial buffer
+		 * starting address; when read, it is the next read pointer to
+		 * be requested from L2C. The PTR field is overwritten with the
+		 * next pointer each time that the command buffer segment is
+		 * exhausted. New commands will then be read from the newly
+		 * specified command buffer pointer.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t reserved_0_5          : 6;
+#else /* Word 0 - Little Endian */
+		uint64_t reserved_0_5          : 6;
+		uint64_t ptr                   : 43;
+		/**< [ 48:  6](R/W/H) Instruction buffer IOVA <48:6>
+		 * (64-byte aligned). When written, it is the initial buffer
+		 * starting address; when read, it is the next read pointer to
+		 * be requested from L2C. The PTR field is overwritten with the
+		 * next pointer each time that the command buffer segment is
+		 * exhausted. New commands will then be read from the newly
+		 * specified command buffer pointer.
+		 **/
+		uint64_t reserved_49_63        : 15;
+#endif /* Word 0 - End */
+	} s;
+	/* struct cptx_vqx_saddr_s cn; */
+} cptx_vqx_saddr_t;
+
+#endif /*__CPT_HW_TYPES_H*/
diff --git a/drivers/crypto/cpt/base/mcode_defines.h b/drivers/crypto/cpt/base/mcode_defines.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..15e7e60
--- /dev/null
+++ b/drivers/crypto/cpt/base/mcode_defines.h
@@ -0,0 +1,215 @@ 
+/* SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
+ * Copyright(c) 2017 Cavium, Inc
+ */
+
+#ifndef _MCODE_DEFINES_H_
+#define _MCODE_DEFINES_H_
+
+#include <stddef.h>
+#include <stdint.h>
+
+/*SE opcodes*/
+#define MAJOR_OP_FC         0x33
+#define MAJOR_OP_HASH       0x34
+#define MAJOR_OP_HMAC       0x35
+#define MAJOR_OP_ZUC_SNOW3G       0x37
+#define MAJOR_OP_KASUMI           0x38
+
+#define  BYTE_16 16
+#define  BYTE_24 24
+#define  BYTE_32 32
+#define  MAX_BUF_CNT 1024
+#define  MAX_SG_IN_OUT_CNT 16
+#define  MAX_SG_CNT (MAX_SG_IN_OUT_CNT/2)
+
+#define  ENCRYPT 1
+#define  DECRYPT 0
+#define  OFFSET_CONTROL_BYTES 8
+
+#define  DMA_MODE  (1 << 7)  /* Default support is with SG */
+
+#define FROM_CTX 0
+#define FROM_DPTR 1
+
+typedef enum {
+	MD5_TYPE        = 1,
+	SHA1_TYPE       = 2,
+	SHA2_SHA224     = 3,
+	SHA2_SHA256     = 4,
+	SHA2_SHA384     = 5,
+	SHA2_SHA512     = 6,
+	GMAC_TYPE       = 7,
+	XCBC_TYPE       = 8,
+	SHA3_SHA224     = 10,
+	SHA3_SHA256     = 11,
+	SHA3_SHA384     = 12,
+	SHA3_SHA512     = 13,
+	SHA3_SHAKE256   = 14,
+	SHA3_SHAKE512   = 15,
+
+	/* These are only for software use */
+	ZUC_EIA3        = 0x90,
+	SNOW3G_UIA2     = 0x91,
+	KASUMI_F9_CBC   = 0x92,
+	KASUMI_F9_ECB   = 0x93,
+} mc_hash_type_t;
+
+typedef enum {
+	/*
+	 * These are defined by MC for Flexi crypto
+	 * for field of 4 bits
+	 */
+	DES3_CBC    = 0x1,
+	DES3_ECB    = 0x2,
+	AES_CBC     = 0x3,
+	AES_ECB     = 0x4,
+	AES_CFB     = 0x5,
+	AES_CTR     = 0x6,
+	AES_GCM     = 0x7,
+	AES_XTS     = 0x8,
+
+	/* These are only for software use */
+	ZUC_EEA3        = 0x90,
+	SNOW3G_UEA2     = 0x91,
+	KASUMI_F8_CBC   = 0x92,
+	KASUMI_F8_ECB   = 0x93,
+} mc_cipher_type_t;
+
+typedef enum {
+	AES_128_BIT = 0x1,
+	AES_192_BIT = 0x2,
+	AES_256_BIT = 0x3
+} mc_aes_type_t;
+
+typedef enum {
+	/*Microcode errors*/
+	NO_ERR = 0x00,
+	ERR_OPCODE_UNSUPPORTED = 0x01,
+
+	/*SCATTER GATHER*/
+	ERR_SCATTER_GATHER_WRITE_LENGTH = 0x02,
+	ERR_SCATTER_GATHER_LIST = 0x03,
+	ERR_SCATTER_GATHER_NOT_SUPPORTED = 0x04,
+
+	/*SE GC*/
+	ERR_GC_LENGTH_INVALID = 0x41,
+	ERR_GC_RANDOM_LEN_INVALID = 0x42,
+	ERR_GC_DATA_LEN_INVALID = 0x43,
+	ERR_GC_DRBG_TYPE_INVALID = 0x44,
+	ERR_GC_CTX_LEN_INVALID = 0x45,
+	ERR_GC_CIPHER_UNSUPPORTED = 0x46,
+	ERR_GC_AUTH_UNSUPPORTED = 0x47,
+	ERR_GC_OFFSET_INVALID = 0x48,
+	ERR_GC_HASH_MODE_UNSUPPORTED = 0x49,
+	ERR_GC_DRBG_ENTROPY_LEN_INVALID = 0x4a,
+	ERR_GC_DRBG_ADDNL_LEN_INVALID = 0x4b,
+	ERR_GC_ICV_MISCOMPARE = 0x4c,
+	ERR_GC_DATA_UNALIGNED = 0x4d,
+
+	/* API Layer */
+	ERR_BAD_ALT_CCODE = 0xfd,
+	ERR_REQ_PENDING = 0xfe,
+	ERR_REQ_TIMEOUT = 0xff,
+
+	ERR_BAD_INPUT_LENGTH = (0x40000000 | 384),    /* 0x40000180 */
+	ERR_BAD_KEY_LENGTH,
+	ERR_BAD_KEY_HANDLE,
+	ERR_BAD_CONTEXT_HANDLE,
+	ERR_BAD_SCALAR_LENGTH,
+	ERR_BAD_DIGEST_LENGTH,
+	ERR_BAD_INPUT_ARG,
+	ERR_BAD_RECORD_PADDING,
+	ERR_NB_REQUEST_PENDING,
+	ERR_EIO,
+	ERR_ENODEV,
+} mc_error_code_t;
+
+/* FC offset_control at start of DPTR in bytes */
+#define OFF_CTRL_LEN  8 /* bytes */
+#define SHA1_BLOCK_SIZE 64
+
+typedef union {
+	uint64_t flags;
+	struct {
+#if __BYTE_ORDER__ == __ORDER_BIG_ENDIAN__
+		uint64_t enc_cipher   : 4;
+		uint64_t reserved1    : 1;
+		uint64_t aes_key      : 2;
+		uint64_t iv_source    : 1;
+		uint64_t hash_type    : 4;
+		uint64_t reserved2    : 3;
+		uint64_t auth_input_type : 1;
+		uint64_t mac_len      : 8;
+		uint64_t reserved3    : 8;
+		uint64_t encr_offset  : 16;
+		uint64_t iv_offset    : 8;
+		uint64_t auth_offset  : 8;
+#else
+		uint64_t auth_offset  : 8;
+		uint64_t iv_offset    : 8;
+		uint64_t encr_offset  : 16;
+		uint64_t reserved3    : 8;
+		uint64_t mac_len      : 8;
+		uint64_t auth_input_type : 1;
+		uint64_t reserved2    : 3;
+		uint64_t hash_type    : 4;
+		uint64_t iv_source    : 1;
+		uint64_t aes_key      : 2;
+		uint64_t reserved1    : 1;
+		uint64_t enc_cipher   : 4;
+#endif
+	} e;
+} encr_ctrl_t;
+
+typedef struct {
+	encr_ctrl_t enc_ctrl;
+	uint8_t  encr_key[32];
+	uint8_t  encr_iv[16];
+} mc_enc_context_t;
+
+typedef struct {
+	uint8_t  ipad[64];
+	uint8_t  opad[64];
+} mc_fc_hmac_context_t;
+
+typedef struct {
+	mc_enc_context_t     enc;
+	mc_fc_hmac_context_t hmac;
+} mc_fc_context_t;
+
+typedef struct {
+	uint8_t encr_auth_iv[16];
+	uint8_t ci_key[16];
+	uint8_t zuc_const[32];
+} mc_zuc_snow3g_ctx_t;
+
+typedef struct {
+	uint8_t reg_A[8];
+	uint8_t ci_key[16];
+} mc_kasumi_ctx_t;
+
+#define ENC_CTRL(fctx)  fctx.enc.enc_ctrl.e
+#define AUTH_CTRL(fctx) fctx.auth.auth_ctrl
+#define P_ENC_CTRL(fctx)  fctx->enc.enc_ctrl.e
+
+#define MAX_IVLEN 16
+#define MAX_KEYLEN 32
+
+/**
+ * Enumeration cpt_comp_e
+ *
+ * CPT Completion Enumeration
+ * Enumerates the values of CPT_RES_S[COMPCODE].
+ */
+typedef enum {
+	CPT_COMP_E_NOTDONE    = (0x00),
+	CPT_COMP_E_GOOD       = (0x01),
+	CPT_COMP_E_FAULT      = (0x02),
+	CPT_COMP_E_SWERR      = (0x03),
+	CPT_COMP_E_HWERR      = (0x04),
+	CPT_COMP_E_LAST_ENTRY = (0xFF)
+} cpt_comp_e_t;
+
+/** @endcond */
+
+#endif /* _MCODE_DEFINES_H_ */