[01/33] net/bnxt: add updated dpdk hsi structure
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Message ID 1584459511-5353-2-git-send-email-venkatkumar.duvvuru@broadcom.com
State Superseded, archived
Delegated to: Ajit Khaparde
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Venkat Duvvuru March 17, 2020, 3:37 p.m. UTC
From: Ajit Kumar Khaparde <ajit.khaparde@broadcom.com>

- Add most recent bnxt dpdk header.
- HWRM version updated to 1.10.1.30

Signed-off-by: Ajit Kumar Khaparde <ajit.khaparde@broadcom.com>
Signed-off-by: Randy Schacher <stuart.schacher@broadcom.com>
Reviewed-by: Lance Richardson <lance.richardson@broadcom.com>
---
 drivers/net/bnxt/hsi_struct_def_dpdk.h | 3786 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++---
 1 file changed, 3436 insertions(+), 350 deletions(-)

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diff --git a/drivers/net/bnxt/hsi_struct_def_dpdk.h b/drivers/net/bnxt/hsi_struct_def_dpdk.h
index c2bae0f..cde96e7 100644
--- a/drivers/net/bnxt/hsi_struct_def_dpdk.h
+++ b/drivers/net/bnxt/hsi_struct_def_dpdk.h
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@ 
 /* SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
- * Copyright (c) 2014-2019 Broadcom Inc.
+ * Copyright (c) 2014-2020 Broadcom Inc.
  * All rights reserved.
  *
  * DO NOT MODIFY!!! This file is automatically generated.
@@ -386,6 +386,8 @@  struct cmd_nums {
 	#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_MDIO_READ                   UINT32_C(0xb6)
 	#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_MDIO_BUS_ACQUIRE            UINT32_C(0xb7)
 	#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_MDIO_BUS_RELEASE            UINT32_C(0xb8)
+	#define HWRM_PORT_QSTATS_EXT_PFC_WD               UINT32_C(0xb9)
+	#define HWRM_PORT_ECN_QSTATS                      UINT32_C(0xba)
 	#define HWRM_FW_RESET                             UINT32_C(0xc0)
 	#define HWRM_FW_QSTATUS                           UINT32_C(0xc1)
 	#define HWRM_FW_HEALTH_CHECK                      UINT32_C(0xc2)
@@ -404,6 +406,8 @@  struct cmd_nums {
 	#define HWRM_FW_GET_STRUCTURED_DATA               UINT32_C(0xcb)
 	/* Experimental */
 	#define HWRM_FW_IPC_MAILBOX                       UINT32_C(0xcc)
+	#define HWRM_FW_ECN_CFG                           UINT32_C(0xcd)
+	#define HWRM_FW_ECN_QCFG                          UINT32_C(0xce)
 	#define HWRM_EXEC_FWD_RESP                        UINT32_C(0xd0)
 	#define HWRM_REJECT_FWD_RESP                      UINT32_C(0xd1)
 	#define HWRM_FWD_RESP                             UINT32_C(0xd2)
@@ -419,6 +423,7 @@  struct cmd_nums {
 	#define HWRM_TEMP_MONITOR_QUERY                   UINT32_C(0xe0)
 	#define HWRM_REG_POWER_QUERY                      UINT32_C(0xe1)
 	#define HWRM_CORE_FREQUENCY_QUERY                 UINT32_C(0xe2)
+	#define HWRM_REG_POWER_HISTOGRAM                  UINT32_C(0xe3)
 	#define HWRM_WOL_FILTER_ALLOC                     UINT32_C(0xf0)
 	#define HWRM_WOL_FILTER_FREE                      UINT32_C(0xf1)
 	#define HWRM_WOL_FILTER_QCFG                      UINT32_C(0xf2)
@@ -510,7 +515,7 @@  struct cmd_nums {
 	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP                           UINT32_C(0x123)
 	/* Experimental */
 	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS              UINT32_C(0x124)
-	/* Experimental */
+	/* Experimental - DEPRECATED */
 	#define HWRM_CFA_TFLIB                            UINT32_C(0x125)
 	/* Engine CKV - Get the current allocation status of keys provisioned in the key vault. */
 	#define HWRM_ENGINE_CKV_STATUS                    UINT32_C(0x12e)
@@ -629,6 +634,56 @@  struct cmd_nums {
 	 * to the host test.
 	 */
 	#define HWRM_MFG_HDMA_TEST                        UINT32_C(0x209)
+	/* Tells the fw to program the fru memory */
+	#define HWRM_MFG_FRU_EEPROM_WRITE                 UINT32_C(0x20a)
+	/* Tells the fw to read the fru memory */
+	#define HWRM_MFG_FRU_EEPROM_READ                  UINT32_C(0x20b)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF                                   UINT32_C(0x2bc)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_VERSION_GET                       UINT32_C(0x2bd)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_OPEN                      UINT32_C(0x2c6)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_ATTACH                    UINT32_C(0x2c7)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_CLOSE                     UINT32_C(0x2c8)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_QCFG                      UINT32_C(0x2c9)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS                UINT32_C(0x2ca)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_ALLOC                UINT32_C(0x2cb)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_FREE                 UINT32_C(0x2cc)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_FLUSH                UINT32_C(0x2cd)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TBL_TYPE_GET                      UINT32_C(0x2d0)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TBL_TYPE_SET                      UINT32_C(0x2d1)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR                     UINT32_C(0x2da)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_UNRGTR                   UINT32_C(0x2db)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS                      UINT32_C(0x2dc)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_OP                         UINT32_C(0x2dd)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_CFG                        UINT32_C(0x2de)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCFG                       UINT32_C(0x2df)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_SET                          UINT32_C(0x2ee)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_GET                          UINT32_C(0x2ef)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_MOVE                         UINT32_C(0x2f0)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_FREE                         UINT32_C(0x2f1)
+	/* Experimental */
+	#define HWRM_SV                                   UINT32_C(0x400)
 	/* Experimental */
 	#define HWRM_DBG_READ_DIRECT                      UINT32_C(0xff10)
 	/* Experimental */
@@ -658,6 +713,8 @@  struct cmd_nums {
 	#define HWRM_DBG_CRASHDUMP_HEADER                 UINT32_C(0xff1d)
 	/* Experimental */
 	#define HWRM_DBG_CRASHDUMP_ERASE                  UINT32_C(0xff1e)
+	/* Send driver debug information to firmware */
+	#define HWRM_DBG_DRV_TRACE                        UINT32_C(0xff1f)
 	/* Experimental */
 	#define HWRM_NVM_FACTORY_DEFAULTS                 UINT32_C(0xffee)
 	#define HWRM_NVM_VALIDATE_OPTION                  UINT32_C(0xffef)
@@ -857,8 +914,8 @@  struct hwrm_err_output {
 #define HWRM_VERSION_MINOR 10
 #define HWRM_VERSION_UPDATE 1
 /* non-zero means beta version */
-#define HWRM_VERSION_RSVD 6
-#define HWRM_VERSION_STR "1.10.1.6"
+#define HWRM_VERSION_RSVD 30
+#define HWRM_VERSION_STR "1.10.1.30"
 
 /****************
  * hwrm_ver_get *
@@ -1143,6 +1200,7 @@  struct hwrm_ver_get_output {
 	#define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_SUPPORTED \
 		UINT32_C(0x1000)
 	/*
+	 * Deprecated and replaced with cfa_truflow_supported.
 	 * If set to 1, the firmware is able to support TFLIB features.
 	 * If set to 0, then the firmware doesn’t support TFLIB features.
 	 * By default, this flag should be 0 for older version of core firmware.
@@ -1150,6 +1208,14 @@  struct hwrm_ver_get_output {
 	#define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_CFA_TFLIB_SUPPORTED \
 		UINT32_C(0x2000)
 	/*
+	 * If set to 1, the firmware is able to support TruFlow features.
+	 * If set to 0, then the firmware doesn’t support TruFlow features.
+	 * By default, this flag should be 0 for older version of
+	 * core firmware.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_VER_GET_OUTPUT_DEV_CAPS_CFG_CFA_TRUFLOW_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x4000)
+	/*
 	 * This field represents the major version of RoCE firmware.
 	 * A change in major version represents a major release.
 	 */
@@ -4508,10 +4574,16 @@  struct hwrm_async_event_cmpl {
 	 */
 	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_EEM_CFG_CHANGE \
 		UINT32_C(0x3c)
-	/* TFLIB unique default VNIC Configuration Change */
+	/*
+	 * Deprecated.
+	 * TFLIB unique default VNIC Configuration Change
+	 */
 	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_TFLIB_DEFAULT_VNIC_CHANGE \
 		UINT32_C(0x3d)
-	/* TFLIB unique link status changed */
+	/*
+	 * Deprecated.
+	 * TFLIB unique link status changed
+	 */
 	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_TFLIB_LINK_STATUS_CHANGE \
 		UINT32_C(0x3e)
 	/*
@@ -4521,6 +4593,19 @@  struct hwrm_async_event_cmpl {
 	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_QUIESCE_DONE \
 		UINT32_C(0x3f)
 	/*
+	 * An event signifying a HWRM command is in progress and its
+	 * response will be deferred. This event is used on crypto controllers
+	 * only.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_DEFERRED_RESPONSE \
+		UINT32_C(0x40)
+	/*
+	 * An event signifying that a PFC WatchDog configuration
+	 * has changed on any port / cos.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_EVENT_ID_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE \
+		UINT32_C(0x41)
+	/*
 	 * A trace log message. This contains firmware trace logs string
 	 * embedded in the asynchronous message. This is an experimental
 	 * event, not meant for production use at this time.
@@ -6393,6 +6478,36 @@  struct hwrm_async_event_cmpl_quiesce_done {
 		UINT32_C(0x2)
 	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_QUIESCE_DONE_EVENT_DATA2_QUIESCE_STATUS_LAST \
 		HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_QUIESCE_DONE_EVENT_DATA2_QUIESCE_STATUS_ERROR
+	/* opaque is 8 b */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_QUIESCE_DONE_EVENT_DATA2_OPAQUE_MASK \
+		UINT32_C(0xff00)
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_QUIESCE_DONE_EVENT_DATA2_OPAQUE_SFT \
+		8
+	/*
+	 * Additional information about internal hardware state related to
+	 * idle/quiesce state.  QUIESCE may succeed per quiesce_status
+	 * regardless of idle_state_flags.  If QUIESCE fails, the host may
+	 * inspect idle_state_flags to determine whether a retry is warranted.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_QUIESCE_DONE_EVENT_DATA2_IDLE_STATE_FLAGS_MASK \
+		UINT32_C(0xff0000)
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_QUIESCE_DONE_EVENT_DATA2_IDLE_STATE_FLAGS_SFT \
+		16
+	/*
+	 * Failure to quiesce is caused by host not updating the NQ consumer
+	 * index.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_QUIESCE_DONE_EVENT_DATA2_IDLE_STATE_FLAGS_INCOMPLETE_NQ \
+		UINT32_C(0x10000)
+	/* Flag 1 indicating partial non-idle state. */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_QUIESCE_DONE_EVENT_DATA2_IDLE_STATE_FLAGS_IDLE_STATUS_1 \
+		UINT32_C(0x20000)
+	/* Flag 2 indicating partial non-idle state. */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_QUIESCE_DONE_EVENT_DATA2_IDLE_STATE_FLAGS_IDLE_STATUS_2 \
+		UINT32_C(0x40000)
+	/* Flag 3 indicating partial non-idle state. */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_QUIESCE_DONE_EVENT_DATA2_IDLE_STATE_FLAGS_IDLE_STATUS_3 \
+		UINT32_C(0x80000)
 	uint8_t	opaque_v;
 	/*
 	 * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
@@ -6414,6 +6529,152 @@  struct hwrm_async_event_cmpl_quiesce_done {
 		UINT32_C(0x1)
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
+/* hwrm_async_event_cmpl_deferred_response (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_async_event_cmpl_deferred_response {
+	uint16_t	type;
+	/*
+	 * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+	 * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+	 * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+	 * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+	 * records.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_DEFERRED_RESPONSE_TYPE_MASK \
+		UINT32_C(0x3f)
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_DEFERRED_RESPONSE_TYPE_SFT             0
+	/* HWRM Asynchronous Event Information */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_DEFERRED_RESPONSE_TYPE_HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT \
+		UINT32_C(0x2e)
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_DEFERRED_RESPONSE_TYPE_LAST \
+		HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_DEFERRED_RESPONSE_TYPE_HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT
+	/* Identifiers of events. */
+	uint16_t	event_id;
+	/*
+	 * An event signifying a HWRM command is in progress and its
+	 * response will be deferred
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_DEFERRED_RESPONSE_EVENT_ID_DEFERRED_RESPONSE \
+		UINT32_C(0x40)
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_DEFERRED_RESPONSE_EVENT_ID_LAST \
+		HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_DEFERRED_RESPONSE_EVENT_ID_DEFERRED_RESPONSE
+	/* Event specific data */
+	uint32_t	event_data2;
+	/*
+	 * The PF's mailbox is clear to issue another command.
+	 * A command with this seq_id is still in progress
+	 * and will return a regualr HWRM completion when done.
+	 * 'event_data1' field, if non-zero, contains the estimated
+	 * execution time for the command.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_DEFERRED_RESPONSE_EVENT_DATA2_SEQ_ID_MASK \
+		UINT32_C(0xffff)
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_DEFERRED_RESPONSE_EVENT_DATA2_SEQ_ID_SFT \
+		0
+	uint8_t	opaque_v;
+	/*
+	 * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+	 * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+	 * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_DEFERRED_RESPONSE_V \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* opaque is 7 b */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_DEFERRED_RESPONSE_OPAQUE_MASK \
+		UINT32_C(0xfe)
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_DEFERRED_RESPONSE_OPAQUE_SFT 1
+	/* 8-lsb timestamp from POR (100-msec resolution) */
+	uint8_t	timestamp_lo;
+	/* 16-lsb timestamp from POR (100-msec resolution) */
+	uint16_t	timestamp_hi;
+	/* Estimated remaining time of command execution in ms (if not zero) */
+	uint32_t	event_data1;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_async_event_cmpl_pfc_watchdog_cfg_change (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_async_event_cmpl_pfc_watchdog_cfg_change {
+	uint16_t	type;
+	/*
+	 * This field indicates the exact type of the completion.
+	 * By convention, the LSB identifies the length of the
+	 * record in 16B units. Even values indicate 16B
+	 * records. Odd values indicate 32B
+	 * records.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_TYPE_MASK \
+		UINT32_C(0x3f)
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_TYPE_SFT \
+		0
+	/* HWRM Asynchronous Event Information */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_TYPE_HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT \
+		UINT32_C(0x2e)
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_TYPE_LAST \
+		HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_TYPE_HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT
+	/* Identifiers of events. */
+	uint16_t	event_id;
+	/* PFC watchdog configuration change for given port/cos */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_ID_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE \
+		UINT32_C(0x41)
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_ID_LAST \
+		HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_ID_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE
+	/* Event specific data */
+	uint32_t	event_data2;
+	uint8_t	opaque_v;
+	/*
+	 * This value is written by the NIC such that it will be different
+	 * for each pass through the completion queue. The even passes
+	 * will write 1. The odd passes will write 0.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_V \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* opaque is 7 b */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_OPAQUE_MASK \
+		UINT32_C(0xfe)
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_OPAQUE_SFT 1
+	/* 8-lsb timestamp from POR (100-msec resolution) */
+	uint8_t	timestamp_lo;
+	/* 16-lsb timestamp from POR (100-msec resolution) */
+	uint16_t	timestamp_hi;
+	/* Event specific data */
+	uint32_t	event_data1;
+	/*
+	 * 1 in bit position X indicates PFC watchdog should
+	 * be on for COSX
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PFC_WD_COS_MASK \
+		UINT32_C(0xff)
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PFC_WD_COS_SFT \
+		0
+	/* 1 means PFC WD for COS0 is on, 0 - off. */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PFC_WD_COS_PFC_WD_COS0 \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* 1 means PFC WD for COS1 is on, 0 - off. */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PFC_WD_COS_PFC_WD_COS1 \
+		UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/* 1 means PFC WD for COS2 is on, 0 - off. */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PFC_WD_COS_PFC_WD_COS2 \
+		UINT32_C(0x4)
+	/* 1 means PFC WD for COS3 is on, 0 - off. */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PFC_WD_COS_PFC_WD_COS3 \
+		UINT32_C(0x8)
+	/* 1 means PFC WD for COS4 is on, 0 - off. */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PFC_WD_COS_PFC_WD_COS4 \
+		UINT32_C(0x10)
+	/* 1 means PFC WD for COS5 is on, 0 - off. */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PFC_WD_COS_PFC_WD_COS5 \
+		UINT32_C(0x20)
+	/* 1 means PFC WD for COS6 is on, 0 - off. */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PFC_WD_COS_PFC_WD_COS6 \
+		UINT32_C(0x40)
+	/* 1 means PFC WD for COS7 is on, 0 - off. */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PFC_WD_COS_PFC_WD_COS7 \
+		UINT32_C(0x80)
+	/* PORT ID */
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PORT_ID_MASK \
+		UINT32_C(0xffff00)
+	#define HWRM_ASYNC_EVENT_CMPL_PFC_WATCHDOG_CFG_CHANGE_EVENT_DATA1_PORT_ID_SFT \
+		8
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
 /* hwrm_async_event_cmpl_fw_trace_msg (size:128b/16B) */
 struct hwrm_async_event_cmpl_fw_trace_msg {
 	uint16_t	type;
@@ -7220,7 +7481,7 @@  struct hwrm_func_qcaps_input {
 	uint8_t	unused_0[6];
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/* hwrm_func_qcaps_output (size:640b/80B) */
+/* hwrm_func_qcaps_output (size:704b/88B) */
 struct hwrm_func_qcaps_output {
 	/* The specific error status for the command. */
 	uint16_t	error_code;
@@ -7441,6 +7702,33 @@  struct hwrm_func_qcaps_output {
 	 */
 	#define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_NOTIFY_VF_DEF_VNIC_CHNG_SUPPORTED \
 		UINT32_C(0x4000000)
+	/* If set to 1, then the vlan acceleration for TX is disabled. */
+	#define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_VLAN_ACCELERATION_TX_DISABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x8000000)
+	/*
+	 * When this bit is '1', it indicates that core firmware supports
+	 * DBG_COREDUMP_XXX commands.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_COREDUMP_CMD_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x10000000)
+	/*
+	 * When this bit is '1', it indicates that core firmware supports
+	 * DBG_CRASHDUMP_XXX commands.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_CRASHDUMP_CMD_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x20000000)
+	/*
+	 * If the query is for a VF, then this flag should be ignored.
+	 * If the query is for a PF and this flag is set to 1, then
+	 * the PF has the capability to support retrieval of
+	 * rx_port_stats_ext_pfc_wd statistics (supported by the PFC
+	 * WatchDog feature) via the hwrm_port_qstats_ext_pfc_wd command.
+	 * If this flag is set to 1, only that (supported) command should
+	 * be used for retrieval of PFC related statistics (rather than
+	 * hwrm_port_qstats_ext command, which could previously be used).
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PFC_WD_STATS_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x40000000)
 	/*
 	 * This value is current MAC address configured for this
 	 * function. A value of 00-00-00-00-00-00 indicates no
@@ -7551,7 +7839,22 @@  struct hwrm_func_qcaps_output {
 	 * (max_tx_rings) to the function.
 	 */
 	uint16_t	max_sp_tx_rings;
-	uint8_t	unused_0;
+	uint8_t	unused_0[2];
+	uint32_t	flags_ext;
+	/*
+	 * If 1, the device can be configured to set the ECN bits in the
+	 * IP header of received packets if the receive queue length
+	 * exceeds a given threshold.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_EXT_ECN_MARK_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/*
+	 * If 1, the device can report the number of received packets
+	 * that it marked as having experienced congestion.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_FUNC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_EXT_ECN_STATS_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x2)
+	uint8_t	unused_1[3];
 	/*
 	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
 	 * is completely written to RAM.  This field should be read as '1'
@@ -7606,7 +7909,7 @@  struct hwrm_func_qcfg_input {
 	uint8_t	unused_0[6];
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/* hwrm_func_qcfg_output (size:704b/88B) */
+/* hwrm_func_qcfg_output (size:768b/96B) */
 struct hwrm_func_qcfg_output {
 	/* The specific error status for the command. */
 	uint16_t	error_code;
@@ -8016,7 +8319,17 @@  struct hwrm_func_qcfg_output {
 	 * this value to find out the doorbell page offset from the BAR.
 	 */
 	uint16_t	legacy_l2_db_size_kb;
-	uint8_t	unused_2[1];
+	uint16_t	svif_info;
+	/*
+	 * This field specifies the source virtual interface of the function being
+	 * queried. Drivers can use this to program svif field in the L2 context
+	 * table
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_SVIF_INFO_SVIF_MASK      UINT32_C(0x7fff)
+	#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_SVIF_INFO_SVIF_SFT       0
+	/* This field specifies whether svif is valid or not */
+	#define HWRM_FUNC_QCFG_OUTPUT_SVIF_INFO_SVIF_VALID     UINT32_C(0x8000)
+	uint8_t	unused_2[7];
 	/*
 	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
 	 * is completely written to RAM.  This field should be read as '1'
@@ -9862,8 +10175,12 @@  struct hwrm_func_backing_store_qcaps_output {
 	uint32_t	rsvd;
 	/* Reserved for future. */
 	uint16_t	rsvd1;
-	/* Reserved for future. */
-	uint8_t	rsvd2;
+	/*
+	 * Count of TQM fastpath rings to be used for allocating backing store.
+	 * Backing store configuration must be specified for each TQM ring from
+	 * this count in `backing_store_cfg`.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	tqm_fp_rings_count;
 	/*
 	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
 	 * is completely written to RAM.  This field should be read as '1'
@@ -12178,116 +12495,163 @@  struct hwrm_error_recovery_qcfg_output {
 	 * this much time after writing reset_reg_val in reset_reg.
 	 */
 	uint8_t	delay_after_reset[16];
-	uint8_t	unused_1[7];
 	/*
-	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
-	 * is completely written to RAM.  This field should be read as '1'
-	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
-	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal
-	 * processor, the order of writes has to be such that this field
-	 * is written last.
-	 */
-	uint8_t	valid;
-} __attribute__((packed));
-
-/***********************
- * hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg *
- ***********************/
-
-
-/* hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg_input (size:192b/24B) */
-struct hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg_input {
-	/* The HWRM command request type. */
-	uint16_t	req_type;
-	/*
-	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
-	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
-	 */
-	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
-	/*
-	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
-	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
-	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
-	 */
-	uint16_t	seq_id;
-	/*
-	 * The target ID of the command:
-	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
-	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
-	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
-	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 * Error recovery counter.
+	 * Lower 2 bits indicates address space location and upper 30 bits
+	 * indicates actual address.
+	 * A value of 0xFFFF-FFFF indicates this register does not exist.
 	 */
-	uint16_t	target_id;
+	uint32_t	err_recovery_cnt_reg;
+	/* Lower 2 bits indicates address space location. */
+	#define HWRM_ERROR_RECOVERY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ERR_RECOVERY_CNT_REG_ADDR_SPACE_MASK \
+		UINT32_C(0x3)
+	#define HWRM_ERROR_RECOVERY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ERR_RECOVERY_CNT_REG_ADDR_SPACE_SFT \
+		0
 	/*
-	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
-	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
-	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
-	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 * If value is 0, this register is located in PCIe config space.
+	 * Drivers have to map appropriate window to access this
+	 * register.
 	 */
-	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	#define HWRM_ERROR_RECOVERY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ERR_RECOVERY_CNT_REG_ADDR_SPACE_PCIE_CFG \
+		UINT32_C(0x0)
 	/*
-	 * Function ID of the function that is being
-	 * configured.
-	 * If set to 0xFF... (All Fs), then the configuration is
-	 * for the requesting function.
+	 * If value is 1, this register is located in GRC address space.
+	 * Drivers have to map appropriate window to access this
+	 * register.
 	 */
-	uint16_t	fid;
-	uint8_t	unused_0[6];
-} __attribute__((packed));
-
-/* hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg_output (size:320b/40B) */
-struct hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg_output {
-	/* The specific error status for the command. */
-	uint16_t	error_code;
-	/* The HWRM command request type. */
-	uint16_t	req_type;
-	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
-	uint16_t	seq_id;
-	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
-	uint16_t	resp_len;
-	uint64_t	unused_0;
-	/* S-TAG VLAN identifier configured for the function. */
-	uint16_t	stag_vid;
-	/* S-TAG PCP value configured for the function. */
-	uint8_t	stag_pcp;
-	uint8_t	unused_1;
+	#define HWRM_ERROR_RECOVERY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ERR_RECOVERY_CNT_REG_ADDR_SPACE_GRC \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
 	/*
-	 * S-TAG TPID value configured for the function. This field is specified in
-	 * network byte order.
+	 * If value is 2, this register is located in first BAR address
+	 * space. Drivers have to map appropriate window to access this
+	 * register.
 	 */
-	uint16_t	stag_tpid;
-	/* C-TAG VLAN identifier configured for the function. */
-	uint16_t	ctag_vid;
-	/* C-TAG PCP value configured for the function. */
-	uint8_t	ctag_pcp;
-	uint8_t	unused_2;
+	#define HWRM_ERROR_RECOVERY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ERR_RECOVERY_CNT_REG_ADDR_SPACE_BAR0 \
+		UINT32_C(0x2)
 	/*
-	 * C-TAG TPID value configured for the function. This field is specified in
-	 * network byte order.
+	 * If value is 3, this register is located in second BAR address
+	 * space. Drivers have to map appropriate window to access this
+	 * register.
 	 */
-	uint16_t	ctag_tpid;
-	/* Future use. */
-	uint32_t	rsvd2;
-	/* Future use. */
-	uint32_t	rsvd3;
-	uint8_t	unused_3[3];
+	#define HWRM_ERROR_RECOVERY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ERR_RECOVERY_CNT_REG_ADDR_SPACE_BAR1 \
+		UINT32_C(0x3)
+	#define HWRM_ERROR_RECOVERY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ERR_RECOVERY_CNT_REG_ADDR_SPACE_LAST \
+		HWRM_ERROR_RECOVERY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ERR_RECOVERY_CNT_REG_ADDR_SPACE_BAR1
+	/* Upper 30bits of the register address. */
+	#define HWRM_ERROR_RECOVERY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ERR_RECOVERY_CNT_REG_ADDR_MASK \
+		UINT32_C(0xfffffffc)
+	#define HWRM_ERROR_RECOVERY_QCFG_OUTPUT_ERR_RECOVERY_CNT_REG_ADDR_SFT \
+		2
+	uint8_t	unused_1[3];
 	/*
 	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
 	 * is completely written to RAM.  This field should be read as '1'
 	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
-	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
-	 * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal
+	 * processor, the order of writes has to be such that this field
+	 * is written last.
 	 */
 	uint8_t	valid;
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/**********************
- * hwrm_func_vlan_cfg *
- **********************/
+/***********************
+ * hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg *
+ ***********************/
 
 
-/* hwrm_func_vlan_cfg_input (size:384b/48B) */
-struct hwrm_func_vlan_cfg_input {
+/* hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/*
+	 * Function ID of the function that is being
+	 * configured.
+	 * If set to 0xFF... (All Fs), then the configuration is
+	 * for the requesting function.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	fid;
+	uint8_t	unused_0[6];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg_output (size:320b/40B) */
+struct hwrm_func_vlan_qcfg_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	uint64_t	unused_0;
+	/* S-TAG VLAN identifier configured for the function. */
+	uint16_t	stag_vid;
+	/* S-TAG PCP value configured for the function. */
+	uint8_t	stag_pcp;
+	uint8_t	unused_1;
+	/*
+	 * S-TAG TPID value configured for the function. This field is specified in
+	 * network byte order.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	stag_tpid;
+	/* C-TAG VLAN identifier configured for the function. */
+	uint16_t	ctag_vid;
+	/* C-TAG PCP value configured for the function. */
+	uint8_t	ctag_pcp;
+	uint8_t	unused_2;
+	/*
+	 * C-TAG TPID value configured for the function. This field is specified in
+	 * network byte order.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	ctag_tpid;
+	/* Future use. */
+	uint32_t	rsvd2;
+	/* Future use. */
+	uint32_t	rsvd3;
+	uint8_t	unused_3[3];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM.  This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+	 * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/**********************
+ * hwrm_func_vlan_cfg *
+ **********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_func_vlan_cfg_input (size:384b/48B) */
+struct hwrm_func_vlan_cfg_input {
 	/* The HWRM command request type. */
 	uint16_t	req_type;
 	/*
@@ -14039,6 +14403,9 @@  struct hwrm_port_phy_qcfg_output {
 	/* Module is not inserted. */
 	#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_NOTINSERTED \
 		UINT32_C(0x4)
+	/* Module is powered down becuase of over current fault. */
+	#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_CURRENTFAULT \
+		UINT32_C(0x5)
 	/* Module status is not applicable. */
 	#define HWRM_PORT_PHY_QCFG_OUTPUT_MODULE_STATUS_NOTAPPLICABLE \
 		UINT32_C(0xff)
@@ -15010,7 +15377,7 @@  struct hwrm_port_mac_qcfg_input {
 	uint8_t	unused_0[6];
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/* hwrm_port_mac_qcfg_output (size:192b/24B) */
+/* hwrm_port_mac_qcfg_output (size:256b/32B) */
 struct hwrm_port_mac_qcfg_output {
 	/* The specific error status for the command. */
 	uint16_t	error_code;
@@ -15250,6 +15617,20 @@  struct hwrm_port_mac_qcfg_output {
 		UINT32_C(0xe0)
 	#define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_COS_FIELD_CFG_DEFAULT_COS_SFT \
 		5
+	uint8_t	unused_1;
+	uint16_t	port_svif_info;
+	/*
+	 * This field specifies the source virtual interface of the port being
+	 * queried. Drivers can use this to program port svif field in the
+	 * L2 context table
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_SVIF_INFO_PORT_SVIF_MASK \
+		UINT32_C(0x7fff)
+	#define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_SVIF_INFO_PORT_SVIF_SFT       0
+	/* This field specifies whether port_svif is valid or not */
+	#define HWRM_PORT_MAC_QCFG_OUTPUT_PORT_SVIF_INFO_PORT_SVIF_VALID \
+		UINT32_C(0x8000)
+	uint8_t	unused_2[5];
 	/*
 	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
 	 * is completely written to RAM.  This field should be read as '1'
@@ -15322,17 +15703,17 @@  struct hwrm_port_mac_ptp_qcfg_output {
 	#define HWRM_PORT_MAC_PTP_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_DIRECT_ACCESS \
 		UINT32_C(0x1)
 	/*
-	 * When this bit is set to '1', the PTP information is accessible
-	 * via HWRM commands.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_PORT_MAC_PTP_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_HWRM_ACCESS \
-		UINT32_C(0x2)
-	/*
 	 * When this bit is set to '1', the device supports one-step
 	 * Tx timestamping.
 	 */
 	#define HWRM_PORT_MAC_PTP_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_ONE_STEP_TX_TS \
 		UINT32_C(0x4)
+	/*
+	 * When this bit is set to '1', the PTP information is accessible
+	 * via HWRM commands.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_PORT_MAC_PTP_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_HWRM_ACCESS \
+		UINT32_C(0x8)
 	uint8_t	unused_0[3];
 	/* Offset of the PTP register for the lower 32 bits of timestamp for RX. */
 	uint32_t	rx_ts_reg_off_lower;
@@ -15375,7 +15756,7 @@  struct hwrm_port_mac_ptp_qcfg_output {
 	uint8_t	valid;
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/* Port Tx Statistics Formats */
+/* Port Tx Statistics Format */
 /* tx_port_stats (size:3264b/408B) */
 struct tx_port_stats {
 	/* Total Number of 64 Bytes frames transmitted */
@@ -15516,7 +15897,7 @@  struct tx_port_stats {
 	uint64_t	tx_stat_error;
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/* Port Rx Statistics Formats */
+/* Port Rx Statistics Format */
 /* rx_port_stats (size:4224b/528B) */
 struct rx_port_stats {
 	/* Total Number of 64 Bytes frames received */
@@ -15806,7 +16187,7 @@  struct hwrm_port_qstats_output {
 	uint8_t	valid;
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/* Port Tx Statistics extended Formats */
+/* Port Tx Statistics extended Format */
 /* tx_port_stats_ext (size:2048b/256B) */
 struct tx_port_stats_ext {
 	/* Total number of tx bytes count on cos queue 0 */
@@ -15875,7 +16256,7 @@  struct tx_port_stats_ext {
 	uint64_t	pfc_pri7_tx_transitions;
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/* Port Rx Statistics extended Formats */
+/* Port Rx Statistics extended Format */
 /* rx_port_stats_ext (size:3648b/456B) */
 struct rx_port_stats_ext {
 	/* Number of times link state changed to down */
@@ -15997,6 +16378,424 @@  struct rx_port_stats_ext {
 	uint64_t	rx_discard_packets_cos7;
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
+/*
+ * Port Rx Statistics extended PFC WatchDog Format.
+ * StormDetect and StormRevert event determination is based
+ * on an integration period and a percentage threshold.
+ * StormDetect event - when percentage of XOFF frames receieved
+ * within an integration period exceeds the configured threshold.
+ * StormRevert event - when percentage of XON frames received
+ * within an integration period exceeds the configured threshold.
+ * Actual number of XOFF/XON frames for the events to be triggered
+ * depends on both configured integration period and sampling rate.
+ * The statistics in this structure represent counts of specified
+ * events from the moment the feature (PFC WatchDog) is enabled via
+ * hwrm_queue_pfc_enable_cfg call.
+ */
+/* rx_port_stats_ext_pfc_wd (size:5120b/640B) */
+struct rx_port_stats_ext_pfc_wd {
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormDetect events detected
+	 * for Pri 0
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_detected_pri0;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormDetect events detected
+	 * for Pri 1
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_detected_pri1;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormDetect events detected
+	 * for Pri 2
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_detected_pri2;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormDetect events detected
+	 * for Pri 3
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_detected_pri3;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormDetect events detected
+	 * for Pri 4
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_detected_pri4;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormDetect events detected
+	 * for Pri 5
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_detected_pri5;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormDetect events detected
+	 * for Pri 6
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_detected_pri6;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormDetect events detected
+	 * for Pri 7
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_detected_pri7;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormRevert events detected
+	 * for Pri 0
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_reverted_pri0;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormRevert events detected
+	 * for Pri 1
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_reverted_pri1;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormRevert events detected
+	 * for Pri 2
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_reverted_pri2;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormRevert events detected
+	 * for Pri 3
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_reverted_pri3;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormRevert events detected
+	 * for Pri 4
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_reverted_pri4;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormRevert events detected
+	 * for Pri 5
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_reverted_pri5;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormRevert events detected
+	 * for Pri 6
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_reverted_pri6;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of PFC WatchDog StormRevert events detected
+	 * for Pri 7
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_reverted_pri7;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 0
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_pri0;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 1
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_pri1;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 2
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_pri2;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 3
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_pri3;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 4
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_pri4;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 5
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_pri5;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 6
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_pri6;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 7
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_pri7;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 0
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_pri0;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 1
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_pri1;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 2
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_pri2;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 3
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_pri3;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 4
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_pri4;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 5
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_pri5;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 6
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_pri6;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes received during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 7
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_pri7;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 0
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_dropped_pri0;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 1
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_dropped_pri1;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 2
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_dropped_pri2;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 3
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_dropped_pri3;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 4
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_dropped_pri4;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 5
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_dropped_pri5;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 6
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_dropped_pri6;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of packets dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 7
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_packets_dropped_pri7;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 0
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_dropped_pri0;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 1
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_dropped_pri1;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 2
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_dropped_pri2;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 3
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_dropped_pri3;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 4
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_dropped_pri4;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 5
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_dropped_pri5;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 6
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_dropped_pri6;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 7
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_storms_rx_bytes_dropped_pri7;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 0
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_pri0;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 1
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_pri1;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 2
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_pri2;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 3
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_pri3;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 4
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_pri4;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 5
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_pri5;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 6
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_pri6;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 7
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_pri7;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 0
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_pri0;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 1
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_pri1;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 2
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_pri2;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 3
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_pri3;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 4
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_pri4;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 5
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_pri5;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 6
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_pri6;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes received during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 7
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_pri7;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 0
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_dropped_pri0;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 1
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_dropped_pri1;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 2
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_dropped_pri2;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 3
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_dropped_pri3;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 4
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_dropped_pri4;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 5
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_dropped_pri5;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 6
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_dropped_pri6;
+	/*
+	 * Number of packets dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 7
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_packets_dropped_pri7;
+	/*
+	 * Total number of bytes dropped on rx during PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 0
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_dropped_pri0;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 * for pri 1
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_dropped_pri1;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 2
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_dropped_pri2;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 3
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_dropped_pri3;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 4
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_dropped_pri4;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 5
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_dropped_pri5;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 6
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_dropped_pri6;
+	/*
+	 * Number of bytes dropped on rx during last PFC watchdog storm
+	 *  for pri 7
+	 */
+	uint64_t	rx_pfc_watchdog_last_storm_rx_bytes_dropped_pri7;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
 /************************
  * hwrm_port_qstats_ext *
  ************************/
@@ -16090,6 +16889,83 @@  struct hwrm_port_qstats_ext_output {
 	uint8_t	valid;
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
+/*******************************
+ * hwrm_port_qstats_ext_pfc_wd *
+ *******************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_qstats_ext_pfc_wd_input (size:256b/32B) */
+struct hwrm_port_qstats_ext_pfc_wd_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Port ID of port that is being queried. */
+	uint16_t	port_id;
+	/*
+	 * The size of rx_port_stats_ext_pfc_wd
+	 * block in bytes
+	 */
+	uint16_t	pfc_wd_stat_size;
+	uint8_t	unused_0[4];
+	/*
+	 * This is the host address where
+	 * rx_port_stats_ext_pfc_wd will be stored
+	 */
+	uint64_t	pfc_wd_stat_host_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_port_qstats_ext_pfc_wd_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_port_qstats_ext_pfc_wd_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/*
+	 * The size of rx_port_stats_ext_pfc_wd
+	 * statistics block in bytes.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	pfc_wd_stat_size;
+	uint8_t	flags;
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM.  This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+	 * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+	uint8_t	unused_0[4];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
 /*************************
  * hwrm_port_lpbk_qstats *
  *************************/
@@ -16168,6 +17044,91 @@  struct hwrm_port_lpbk_qstats_output {
 	uint8_t	valid;
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
+/************************
+ * hwrm_port_ecn_qstats *
+ ************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_port_ecn_qstats_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_port_ecn_qstats_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/*
+	 * Port ID of port that is being queried. Unused if NIC is in
+	 * multi-host mode.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	port_id;
+	uint8_t	unused_0[6];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_port_ecn_qstats_output (size:384b/48B) */
+struct hwrm_port_ecn_qstats_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* Number of packets marked in CoS queue 0. */
+	uint32_t	mark_cnt_cos0;
+	/* Number of packets marked in CoS queue 1. */
+	uint32_t	mark_cnt_cos1;
+	/* Number of packets marked in CoS queue 2. */
+	uint32_t	mark_cnt_cos2;
+	/* Number of packets marked in CoS queue 3. */
+	uint32_t	mark_cnt_cos3;
+	/* Number of packets marked in CoS queue 4. */
+	uint32_t	mark_cnt_cos4;
+	/* Number of packets marked in CoS queue 5. */
+	uint32_t	mark_cnt_cos5;
+	/* Number of packets marked in CoS queue 6. */
+	uint32_t	mark_cnt_cos6;
+	/* Number of packets marked in CoS queue 7. */
+	uint32_t	mark_cnt_cos7;
+	/*
+	 * Bitmask that indicates which CoS queues have ECN marking enabled.
+	 * Bit i corresponds to CoS queue i.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	mark_en;
+	uint8_t	unused_0[6];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM.  This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+	 * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
 /***********************
  * hwrm_port_clr_stats *
  ***********************/
@@ -18322,7 +19283,7 @@  struct hwrm_port_phy_mdio_bus_acquire_input {
 	 * Timeout in milli seconds, MDIO BUS will be released automatically
 	 * after this time, if another mdio acquire command is not received
 	 * within the timeout window from the same client.
-	 * A 0xFFFF will hold the bus until this bus is released.
+	 * A 0xFFFF will hold the bus untill this bus is released.
 	 */
 	uint16_t	mdio_bus_timeout;
 	uint8_t	unused_0[2];
@@ -19158,6 +20119,30 @@  struct hwrm_queue_pfcenable_qcfg_output {
 	/* If set to 1, then PFC is enabled on PRI 7. */
 	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PRI7_PFC_ENABLED \
 		UINT32_C(0x80)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI0. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PRI0_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x100)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI1. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PRI1_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x200)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI2. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PRI2_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x400)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI3. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PRI3_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x800)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI4. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PRI4_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x1000)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI5. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PRI5_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x2000)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI6. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PRI6_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x4000)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI7. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PRI7_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x8000)
 	uint8_t	unused_0[3];
 	/*
 	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
@@ -19229,6 +20214,30 @@  struct hwrm_queue_pfcenable_cfg_input {
 	/* If set to 1, then PFC is requested to be enabled on PRI 7. */
 	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PRI7_PFC_ENABLED \
 		UINT32_C(0x80)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI0. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PRI0_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x100)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI1. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PRI1_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x200)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI2. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PRI2_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x400)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI3. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PRI3_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x800)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI4. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PRI4_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x1000)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI5. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PRI5_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x2000)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI6. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PRI6_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x4000)
+	/* If set to 1, then PFC WatchDog is requested to be enabled on PRI7. */
+	#define HWRM_QUEUE_PFCENABLE_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PRI7_PFC_WATCHDOG_ENABLED \
+		UINT32_C(0x8000)
 	/*
 	 * Port ID of port for which the table is being configured.
 	 * The HWRM needs to check whether this function is allowed
@@ -31831,15 +32840,2172 @@  struct hwrm_cfa_eem_qcfg_input {
 	 */
 	uint64_t	resp_addr;
 	uint32_t	flags;
-	/* When set to 1, indicates the configuration is the TX flow. */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_QCFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PATH_TX     UINT32_C(0x1)
-	/* When set to 1, indicates the configuration is the RX flow. */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_QCFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PATH_RX     UINT32_C(0x2)
-	uint32_t	unused_0;
+	/* When set to 1, indicates the configuration is the TX flow. */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_QCFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PATH_TX     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* When set to 1, indicates the configuration is the RX flow. */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_QCFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PATH_RX     UINT32_C(0x2)
+	uint32_t	unused_0;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_cfa_eem_qcfg_output (size:256b/32B) */
+struct hwrm_cfa_eem_qcfg_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	uint32_t	flags;
+	/* When set to 1, indicates the configuration is the TX flow. */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PATH_TX \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* When set to 1, indicates the configuration is the RX flow. */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PATH_RX \
+		UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/* When set to 1, all offloaded flows will be sent to EEM. */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PREFERRED_OFFLOAD \
+		UINT32_C(0x4)
+	/* The number of entries the FW has configured for EEM. */
+	uint32_t	num_entries;
+	/* Configured EEM with the given context if for KEY0 table. */
+	uint16_t	key0_ctx_id;
+	/* Configured EEM with the given context if for KEY1 table. */
+	uint16_t	key1_ctx_id;
+	/* Configured EEM with the given context if for RECORD table. */
+	uint16_t	record_ctx_id;
+	/* Configured EEM with the given context if for EFC table. */
+	uint16_t	efc_ctx_id;
+	/* Configured EEM with the given context if for EFC table. */
+	uint16_t	fid_ctx_id;
+	uint8_t	unused_2[5];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+	 * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/*******************
+ * hwrm_cfa_eem_op *
+ *******************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_cfa_eem_op_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_cfa_eem_op_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	uint32_t	flags;
+	/*
+	 * When set to 1, indicates the host memory which is passed will be
+	 * used for the TX flow offload function specified in fid.
+	 * Note if this bit is set then the path_rx bit can't be set.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_FLAGS_PATH_TX     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/*
+	 * When set to 1, indicates the host memory which is passed will be
+	 * used for the RX flow offload function specified in fid.
+	 * Note if this bit is set then the path_tx bit can't be set.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_FLAGS_PATH_RX     UINT32_C(0x2)
+	uint16_t	unused_0;
+	/* The number of EEM key table entries to be configured. */
+	uint16_t	op;
+	/* This value is reserved and should not be used. */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_OP_RESERVED    UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/*
+	 * To properly stop EEM and ensure there are no DMA's, the caller
+	 * must disable EEM for the given PF, using this call. This will
+	 * safely disable EEM and ensure that all DMA'ed to the
+	 * keys/records/efc have been completed.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_OP_EEM_DISABLE UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/*
+	 * Once the EEM host memory has been configured, EEM options have
+	 * been configured. Then the caller should enable EEM for the given
+	 * PF. Note once this call has been made, then the EEM mechanism
+	 * will be active and DMA's will occur as packets are processed.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_OP_EEM_ENABLE  UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/*
+	 * Clear EEM settings for the given PF so that the register values
+	 * are reset back to there initial state.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_OP_EEM_CLEANUP UINT32_C(0x3)
+	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_OP_LAST \
+		HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_OP_EEM_CLEANUP
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_cfa_eem_op_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_cfa_eem_op_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	uint8_t	unused_0[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+	 * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/********************************
+ * hwrm_cfa_adv_flow_mgnt_qcaps *
+ ********************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_cfa_adv_flow_mgnt_qcaps_input (size:256b/32B) */
+struct hwrm_cfa_adv_flow_mgnt_qcaps_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	uint32_t	unused_0[4];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_cfa_adv_flow_mgnt_qcaps_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_cfa_adv_flow_mgnt_qcaps_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	uint32_t	flags;
+	/*
+	 * Value of 1 to indicate firmware support 16-bit flow handle.
+	 * Value of 0 to indicate firmware not support 16-bit flow handle.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_FLOW_HND_16BIT_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/*
+	 * Value of 1 to indicate firmware support 64-bit flow handle.
+	 * Value of 0 to indicate firmware not support 64-bit flow handle.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_FLOW_HND_64BIT_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/*
+	 * Value of 1 to indicate firmware support flow batch delete operation through
+	 * HWRM_CFA_FLOW_FLUSH command.
+	 * Value of 0 to indicate that the firmware does not support flow batch delete
+	 * operation.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_FLOW_BATCH_DELETE_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x4)
+	/*
+	 * Value of 1 to indicate that the firmware support flow reset all operation through
+	 * HWRM_CFA_FLOW_FLUSH command.
+	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support flow reset all operation.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_FLOW_RESET_ALL_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x8)
+	/*
+	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports use of FID as dest_id in
+	 * HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_ALLOC/CFG commands.
+	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support use of FID as dest_id.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_NTUPLE_FLOW_DEST_FUNC_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x10)
+	/*
+	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports TX EEM flows.
+	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support TX EEM flows.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_TX_EEM_FLOW_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x20)
+	/*
+	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports RX EEM flows.
+	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support RX EEM flows.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_RX_EEM_FLOW_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x40)
+	/*
+	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports the dynamic allocation of an
+	 * on-chip flow counter which can be used for EEM flows.
+	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support the dynamic allocation of an
+	 * on-chip flow counter.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_FLOW_COUNTER_ALLOC_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x80)
+	/*
+	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports setting of
+	 * rfs_ring_tbl_idx in HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_ALLOC command.
+	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support rfs_ring_tbl_idx.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_RFS_RING_TBL_IDX_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x100)
+	/*
+	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports untagged matching
+	 * criteria on HWRM_CFA_L2_FILTER_ALLOC command. Value of 0
+	 * indicates firmware does not support untagged matching.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_UNTAGGED_VLAN_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x200)
+	/*
+	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports XDP filter. Value
+	 * of 0 indicates firmware does not support XDP filter.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_XDP_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x400)
+	/*
+	 * Value of 1 to indicate that the firmware support L2 header source
+	 * fields matching criteria on HWRM_CFA_L2_FILTER_ALLOC command.
+	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support L2 header source
+	 * fields matching.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_L2_HEADER_SOURCE_FIELDS_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x800)
+	/*
+	 * If set to 1, firmware is capable of supporting ARP ethertype as
+	 * matching criteria for HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_FILTER_ALLOC command on the
+	 * RX direction. By default, this flag should be 0 for older version
+	 * of firmware.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_NTUPLE_FLOW_RX_ARP_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x1000)
+	/*
+	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports setting of
+	 * rfs_ring_tbl_idx in dst_id field of the HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_ALLOC
+	 * command. Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support
+	 * rfs_ring_tbl_idx in dst_id field.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_RFS_RING_TBL_IDX_V2_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x2000)
+	/*
+	 * If set to 1, firmware is capable of supporting IPv4/IPv6 as
+	 * ethertype in HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_FILTER_ALLOC command on the RX
+	 * direction. By default, this flag should be 0 for older version
+	 * of firmware.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_NTUPLE_FLOW_RX_ETHERTYPE_IP_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x4000)
+	uint8_t	unused_0[3];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+	 * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/******************
+ * hwrm_cfa_tflib *
+ ******************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_cfa_tflib_input (size:1024b/128B) */
+struct hwrm_cfa_tflib_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* TFLIB message type. */
+	uint16_t	tf_type;
+	/* TFLIB message subtype. */
+	uint16_t	tf_subtype;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[4];
+	/* TFLIB request data. */
+	uint32_t	tf_req[26];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_cfa_tflib_output (size:5632b/704B) */
+struct hwrm_cfa_tflib_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* TFLIB message type. */
+	uint16_t	tf_type;
+	/* TFLIB message subtype. */
+	uint16_t	tf_subtype;
+	/* TFLIB response code */
+	uint32_t	tf_resp_code;
+	/* TFLIB response data. */
+	uint32_t	tf_resp[170];
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused1[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
+	 * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/***********
+ * hwrm_tf *
+ ***********/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_input (size:1024b/128B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* TF message type. */
+	uint16_t	type;
+	/* TF message subtype. */
+	uint16_t	subtype;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[4];
+	/* TF request data. */
+	uint32_t	req[26];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_output (size:5632b/704B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* TF message type. */
+	uint16_t	type;
+	/* TF message subtype. */
+	uint16_t	subtype;
+	/* TF response code */
+	uint32_t	resp_code;
+	/* TF response data. */
+	uint32_t	resp[170];
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused1[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
+	 * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
+	 * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been
+	 * completely written.  When writing a command completion or
+	 * response to an internal processor, the order of writes has
+	 * to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/***********************
+ * hwrm_tf_version_get *
+ ***********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_version_get_input (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_version_get_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_version_get_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_version_get_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* Version Major number. */
+	uint8_t	major;
+	/* Version Minor number. */
+	uint8_t	minor;
+	/* Version Update number. */
+	uint8_t	update;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[4];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal
+	 * processor, the order of writes has to be such that this field is
+	 * written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/************************
+ * hwrm_tf_session_open *
+ ************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_open_input (size:640b/80B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_open_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Name of the session. */
+	uint8_t	session_name[64];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_open_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_open_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/*
+	 * Unique session identifier for the session created by the
+	 * firmware. It includes PCIe bus info to distinguish the PF
+	 * and session info to identify the associated TruFlow
+	 * session.
+	 */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[3];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal
+	 * processor, the order of writes has to be such that this field is
+	 * written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/**************************
+ * hwrm_tf_session_attach *
+ **************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_attach_input (size:704b/88B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_attach_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/*
+	 * Unique session identifier for the session that the attach
+	 * request want to attach to. This value originates from the
+	 * shared session memory that the attach request opened by
+	 * way of the 'attach name' that was passed in to the core
+	 * attach API.
+	 * The fw_session_id of the attach session includes PCIe bus
+	 * info to distinguish the PF and session info to identify
+	 * the associated TruFlow session.
+	 */
+	uint32_t	attach_fw_session_id;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint32_t	unused0;
+	/* Name of the session it self. */
+	uint8_t	session_name[64];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_attach_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_attach_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/*
+	 * Unique session identifier for the session created by the
+	 * firmware. It includes PCIe bus info to distinguish the PF
+	 * and session info to identify the associated TruFlow
+	 * session. This fw_session_id is unique to the attach
+	 * request.
+	 */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[3];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal
+	 * processor, the order of writes has to be such that this field is
+	 * written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/*************************
+ * hwrm_tf_session_close *
+ *************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_close_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_close_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Firmware session id returned when HWRM_TF_SESSION_OPEN is sent. */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[4];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_close_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_close_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal
+	 * processor, the order of writes has to be such that this field
+	 * is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/************************
+ * hwrm_tf_session_qcfg *
+ ************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_qcfg_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_qcfg_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Firmware session id returned when HWRM_TF_SESSION_OPEN is sent. */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[4];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_qcfg_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_qcfg_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* RX action control settings flags. */
+	uint8_t	rx_act_flags;
+	/*
+	 * A value of 1 in this field indicates that Global Flow ID
+	 * reporting into cfa_code and cfa_metadata is enabled.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_QCFG_OUTPUT_RX_ACT_FLAGS_ABCR_GFID_EN \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/*
+	 * A value of 1 in this field indicates that both inner and outer
+	 * are stripped and inner tag is passed.
+	 * Enabled.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_QCFG_OUTPUT_RX_ACT_FLAGS_ABCR_VTAG_DLT_BOTH \
+		UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/*
+	 * A value of 1 in this field indicates that the re-use of
+	 * existing tunnel L2 header SMAC is enabled for
+	 * Non-tunnel L2, L2-L3 and IP-IP tunnel.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_QCFG_OUTPUT_RX_ACT_FLAGS_TECT_SMAC_OVR_RUTNSL2 \
+		UINT32_C(0x4)
+	/* TX Action control settings flags. */
+	uint8_t	tx_act_flags;
+	/* Disabled. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_QCFG_OUTPUT_TX_ACT_FLAGS_ABCR_VEB_EN \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/*
+	 * When set to 1 any GRE tunnels will include the
+	 * optional Key field.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_QCFG_OUTPUT_TX_ACT_FLAGS_TECT_GRE_SET_K \
+		UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/*
+	 * When set to 1, for GRE tunnels, the IPV6 Traffic Class (TC)
+	 * field of the outer header is inherited from the inner header
+	 * (if present) or the fixed value as taken from the encap
+	 * record.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_QCFG_OUTPUT_TX_ACT_FLAGS_TECT_IPV6_TC_IH \
+		UINT32_C(0x4)
+	/*
+	 * When set to 1, for GRE tunnels, the IPV4 Type Of Service (TOS)
+	 * field of the outer header is inherited from the inner header
+	 * (if present) or the fixed value as taken from the encap record.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_QCFG_OUTPUT_TX_ACT_FLAGS_TECT_IPV4_TOS_IH \
+		UINT32_C(0x8)
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[5];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal
+	 * processor, the order of writes has to be such that this field
+	 * is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/******************************
+ * hwrm_tf_session_resc_qcaps *
+ ******************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_resc_qcaps_input (size:256b/32B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_resc_qcaps_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Firmware session id returned when HWRM_TF_SESSION_OPEN is sent. */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint16_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX    UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX    UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/*
+	 * Defines the size, in bytes, of the provided qcaps_addr
+	 * buffer. The size should be set to the Resource Manager
+	 * provided max qcaps value that is device specific. This is
+	 * the max size possible.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	size;
+	/*
+	 * This is the DMA address for the qcaps output data
+	 * array. Array is of tf_rm_cap type and is device specific.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	qcaps_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_resc_qcaps_output (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_resc_qcaps_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint32_t	flags;
+	/* Session reservation strategy. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_SESS_RES_STRATEGY_MASK \
+		UINT32_C(0x3)
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_SESS_RES_STRATEGY_SFT \
+		0
+	/* Static partitioning. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_SESS_RES_STRATEGY_STATIC \
+		UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* Strategy 1. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_SESS_RES_STRATEGY_1 \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* Strategy 2. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_SESS_RES_STRATEGY_2 \
+		UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/* Strategy 3. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_SESS_RES_STRATEGY_3 \
+		UINT32_C(0x3)
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_SESS_RES_STRATEGY_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_SESS_RES_STRATEGY_3
+	/*
+	 * Size of the returned tf_rm_cap data array. The value
+	 * cannot exceed the size defined by the input msg. The data
+	 * array is returned using the qcaps_addr specified DMA
+	 * address also provided by the input msg.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	size;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint16_t	unused0;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused1[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal
+	 * processor, the order of writes has to be such that this field is
+	 * written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/******************************
+ * hwrm_tf_session_resc_alloc *
+ ******************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_resc_alloc_input (size:256b/32B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_resc_alloc_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Firmware session id returned when HWRM_TF_SESSION_OPEN is sent. */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint16_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_ALLOC_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_ALLOC_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX    UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_ALLOC_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX    UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_ALLOC_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_ALLOC_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/*
+	 * Defines the size, in bytes, of the provided num_addr
+	 * buffer.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	size;
+	/*
+	 * This is the DMA address for the num input data array
+	 * buffer. Array is of tf_rm_num type. Size of the buffer is
+	 * provided by the 'size' field in this message.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	num_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_resc_alloc_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_resc_alloc_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal
+	 * processor, the order of writes has to be such that this field is
+	 * written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/*****************************
+ * hwrm_tf_session_resc_free *
+ *****************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_resc_free_input (size:256b/32B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_resc_free_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Firmware session id returned when HWRM_TF_SESSION_OPEN is sent. */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint16_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_FREE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_FREE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX    UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_FREE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX    UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_FREE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_FREE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/*
+	 * Defines the size, in bytes, of the provided free_addr
+	 * buffer.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	size;
+	/*
+	 * This is the DMA address for the free input data array
+	 * buffer.  Array of tf_rm_res type. Size of the buffer is
+	 * provided by the 'size field of this message.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	free_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_resc_free_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_resc_free_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal
+	 * processor, the order of writes has to be such that this field is
+	 * written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/******************************
+ * hwrm_tf_session_resc_flush *
+ ******************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_resc_flush_input (size:256b/32B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_resc_flush_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Firmware session id returned when HWRM_TF_SESSION_OPEN is sent. */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint16_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_FLUSH_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_FLUSH_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX    UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_FLUSH_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX    UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_FLUSH_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_SESSION_RESC_FLUSH_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/*
+	 * Defines the size, in bytes, of the provided flush_addr
+	 * buffer.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	size;
+	/*
+	 * This is the DMA address for the flush input data array
+	 * buffer.  Array of tf_rm_res type. Size of the buffer is
+	 * provided by the 'size' field in this message.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	flush_addr;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_session_resc_flush_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_session_resc_flush_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal
+	 * processor, the order of writes has to be such that this field is
+	 * written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* TruFlow RM capability of a resource. */
+/* tf_rm_cap (size:64b/8B) */
+struct tf_rm_cap {
+	/*
+	 * Type of the resource, defined globally in the
+	 * hwrm_tf_resc_type enum.
+	 */
+	uint32_t	type;
+	/* Minimum value. */
+	uint16_t	min;
+	/* Maximum value. */
+	uint16_t	max;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* TruFlow RM number of a resource. */
+/* tf_rm_num (size:64b/8B) */
+struct tf_rm_num {
+	/*
+	 * Type of the resource, defined globally in the
+	 * hwrm_tf_resc_type enum.
+	 */
+	uint32_t	type;
+	/* Number of resources. */
+	uint32_t	num;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* TruFlow RM reservation information. */
+/* tf_rm_res (size:64b/8B) */
+struct tf_rm_res {
+	/*
+	 * Type of the resource, defined globally in the
+	 * hwrm_tf_resc_type enum.
+	 */
+	uint32_t	type;
+	/* Start offset. */
+	uint16_t	start;
+	/* Number of resources. */
+	uint16_t	stride;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/************************
+ * hwrm_tf_tbl_type_get *
+ ************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_tbl_type_get_input (size:256b/32B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_tbl_type_get_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Firmware session id returned when HWRM_TF_SESSION_OPEN is sent. */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint16_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TBL_TYPE_GET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TBL_TYPE_GET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX    UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TBL_TYPE_GET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX    UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_TBL_TYPE_GET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_TBL_TYPE_GET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[2];
+	/*
+	 * Type of the resource, defined globally in the
+	 * hwrm_tf_resc_type enum.
+	 */
+	uint32_t	type;
+	/* Index of the type to retrieve. */
+	uint32_t	index;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_tbl_type_get_output (size:1216b/152B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_tbl_type_get_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* Response code. */
+	uint32_t	resp_code;
+	/* Response size. */
+	uint16_t	size;
+	/* unused */
+	uint16_t	unused0;
+	/* Response data. */
+	uint8_t	data[128];
+	/* unused */
+	uint8_t	unused1[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal
+	 * processor, the order of writes has to be such that this field
+	 * is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/************************
+ * hwrm_tf_tbl_type_set *
+ ************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_tbl_type_set_input (size:1024b/128B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_tbl_type_set_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Firmware session id returned when HWRM_TF_SESSION_OPEN is sent. */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint16_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TBL_TYPE_SET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TBL_TYPE_SET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX    UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TBL_TYPE_SET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX    UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_TBL_TYPE_SET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_TBL_TYPE_SET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[2];
+	/*
+	 * Type of the resource, defined globally in the
+	 * hwrm_tf_resc_type enum.
+	 */
+	uint32_t	type;
+	/* Index of the type to retrieve. */
+	uint32_t	index;
+	/* Size of the data to set. */
+	uint16_t	size;
+	/* unused */
+	uint8_t	unused1[6];
+	/* Data to be set. */
+	uint8_t	data[88];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_tbl_type_set_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_tbl_type_set_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
+	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
+	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
+	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal
+	 * processor, the order of writes has to be such that this field
+	 * is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/*************************
+ * hwrm_tf_ctxt_mem_rgtr *
+ *************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_ctxt_mem_rgtr_input (size:256b/32B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_ctxt_mem_rgtr_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint16_t	flags;
+	/* Counter PBL indirect levels. */
+	uint8_t	page_level;
+	/* PBL pointer is physical start address. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_LEVEL_LVL_0 UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* PBL pointer points to PTE table. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_LEVEL_LVL_1 UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/*
+	 * PBL pointer points to PDE table with each entry pointing
+	 * to PTE tables.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_LEVEL_LVL_2 UINT32_C(0x2)
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_LEVEL_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_LEVEL_LVL_2
+	/* Page size. */
+	uint8_t	page_size;
+	/* 4KB page size. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_SIZE_4K   UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* 8KB page size. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_SIZE_8K   UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* 64KB page size. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_SIZE_64K  UINT32_C(0x4)
+	/* 256KB page size. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_SIZE_256K UINT32_C(0x6)
+	/* 1MB page size. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_SIZE_1M   UINT32_C(0x8)
+	/* 2MB page size. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_SIZE_2M   UINT32_C(0x9)
+	/* 4MB page size. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_SIZE_4M   UINT32_C(0xa)
+	/* 1GB page size. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_SIZE_1G   UINT32_C(0x12)
+	#define HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_SIZE_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_CTXT_MEM_RGTR_INPUT_PAGE_SIZE_1G
+	/* unused. */
+	uint32_t	unused0;
+	/* Pointer to the PBL, or PDL depending on number of levels */
+	uint64_t	page_dir;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_ctxt_mem_rgtr_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_ctxt_mem_rgtr_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/*
+	 * Id/Handle to the recently register context memory. This
+	 * handle is passed to the TF session.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	ctx_id;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[5];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
+	 * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
+	 * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been
+	 * completely written.  When writing a command completion or
+	 * response to an internal processor, the order of writes has
+	 * to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/***************************
+ * hwrm_tf_ctxt_mem_unrgtr *
+ ***************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_ctxt_mem_unrgtr_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_ctxt_mem_unrgtr_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/*
+	 * Id/Handle to the recently register context memory. This
+	 * handle is passed to the TF session.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	ctx_id;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[6];
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_ctxt_mem_unrgtr_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_ctxt_mem_unrgtr_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
+	 * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
+	 * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been
+	 * completely written.  When writing a command completion or
+	 * response to an internal processor, the order of writes has
+	 * to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/************************
+ * hwrm_tf_ext_em_qcaps *
+ ************************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_ext_em_qcaps_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_ext_em_qcaps_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint32_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX \
+		UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/* When set to 1, all offloaded flows will be sent to EXT EM. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS_INPUT_FLAGS_PREFERRED_OFFLOAD \
+		UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/* unused. */
+	uint32_t	unused0;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_ext_em_qcaps_output (size:320b/40B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_ext_em_qcaps_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	uint32_t	flags;
+	/*
+	 * When set to 1, indicates the the FW supports the Centralized
+	 * Memory Model. The concept designates one entity for the
+	 * memory allocation while all others ‘subscribe’ to it.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_CENTRALIZED_MEMORY_MODEL_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/*
+	 * When set to 1, indicates the the FW supports the Detached
+	 * Centralized Memory Model. The memory is allocated and managed
+	 * as a separate entity. All PFs and VFs will be granted direct
+	 * or semi-direct access to the allocated memory while none of
+	 * which can interfere with the management of the memory.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_DETACHED_CENTRALIZED_MEMORY_MODEL_SUPPORTED \
+		UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/* unused. */
+	uint32_t	unused0;
+	/* Support flags. */
+	uint32_t	supported;
+	/*
+	 * If set to 1, then EXT EM KEY0 table is supported using
+	 * crc32 hash.
+	 * If set to 0, EXT EM KEY0 table is not supported.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_KEY0_TABLE \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/*
+	 * If set to 1, then EXT EM KEY1 table is supported using
+	 * lookup3 hash.
+	 * If set to 0, EXT EM KEY1 table is not supported.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_KEY1_TABLE \
+		UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/*
+	 * If set to 1, then EXT EM External Record table is supported.
+	 * If set to 0, EXT EM External Record table is not
+	 * supported.  (This table includes action record, EFC
+	 * pointers, encap pointers)
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_EXTERNAL_RECORD_TABLE \
+		UINT32_C(0x4)
+	/*
+	 * If set to 1, then EXT EM External Flow Counters table is
+	 * supported.
+	 * If set to 0, EXT EM External Flow Counters table is not
+	 * supported.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_EXTERNAL_FLOW_COUNTERS_TABLE \
+		UINT32_C(0x8)
+	/*
+	 * If set to 1, then FID table used for implicit flow flush
+	 * is supported.
+	 * If set to 0, then FID table used for implicit flow flush
+	 * is not supported.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCAPS_OUTPUT_SUPPORTED_FID_TABLE \
+		UINT32_C(0x10)
+	/*
+	 * The maximum number of entries supported by EXT EM. When
+	 * configuring the host memory the number of numbers of
+	 * entries that can supported are -
+	 *      32k, 64k 128k, 256k, 512k, 1M, 2M, 4M, 8M, 32M, 64M,
+	 *      128M entries.
+	 * Any value that are not these values, the FW will round
+	 * down to the closest support number of entries.
+	 */
+	uint32_t	max_entries_supported;
+	/*
+	 * The entry size in bytes of each entry in the EXT EM
+	 * KEY0/KEY1 tables.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	key_entry_size;
+	/*
+	 * The entry size in bytes of each entry in the EXT EM RECORD
+	 * tables.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	record_entry_size;
+	/* The entry size in bytes of each entry in the EXT EM EFC tables. */
+	uint16_t	efc_entry_size;
+	/* The FID size in bytes of each entry in the EXT EM FID tables. */
+	uint16_t	fid_entry_size;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused1[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
+	 * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
+	 * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been
+	 * completely written.  When writing a command completion or
+	 * response to an internal processor, the order of writes has
+	 * to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/*********************
+ * hwrm_tf_ext_em_op *
+ *********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_ext_em_op_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_ext_em_op_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint16_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_OP_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_OP_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX    UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_OP_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX    UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_OP_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_OP_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/* unused. */
+	uint16_t	unused0;
+	/* The number of EXT EM key table entries to be configured. */
+	uint16_t	op;
+	/* This value is reserved and should not be used. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_OP_INPUT_OP_RESERVED       UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/*
+	 * To properly stop EXT EM and ensure there are no DMA's,
+	 * the caller must disable EXT EM for the given PF, using
+	 * this call. This will safely disable EXT EM and ensure
+	 * that all DMA'ed to the keys/records/efc have been
+	 * completed.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_OP_INPUT_OP_EXT_EM_DISABLE UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/*
+	 * Once the EXT EM host memory has been configured, EXT EM
+	 * options have been configured. Then the caller should
+	 * enable EXT EM for the given PF. Note once this call has
+	 * been made, then the EXT EM mechanism will be active and
+	 * DMA's will occur as packets are processed.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_OP_INPUT_OP_EXT_EM_ENABLE  UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/*
+	 * Clear EXT EM settings for the given PF so that the
+	 * register values are reset back to their initial state.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_OP_INPUT_OP_EXT_EM_CLEANUP UINT32_C(0x3)
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_OP_INPUT_OP_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_OP_INPUT_OP_EXT_EM_CLEANUP
+	/* unused. */
+	uint16_t	unused1;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_ext_em_op_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_ext_em_op_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
+	 * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
+	 * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been
+	 * completely written.  When writing a command completion or
+	 * response to an internal processor, the order of writes has
+	 * to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/**********************
+ * hwrm_tf_ext_em_cfg *
+ **********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_ext_em_cfg_input (size:384b/48B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_ext_em_cfg_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint32_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX \
+		UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/* When set to 1, all offloaded flows will be sent to EXT EM. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_PREFERRED_OFFLOAD \
+		UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/* When set to 1, secondary, 0 means primary. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_CFG_INPUT_FLAGS_SECONDARY_PF \
+		UINT32_C(0x4)
+	/*
+	 * Group_id which used by Firmware to identify memory pools belonging
+	 * to certain group.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	group_id;
+	/*
+	 * Dynamically reconfigure EEM pending cache every 1/10th of second.
+	 * If set to 0 it will disable the EEM HW flush of the pending cache.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	flush_interval;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0;
+	/*
+	 * Configured EXT EM with the given number of entries. All
+	 * the EXT EM tables KEY0, KEY1, RECORD, EFC all have the
+	 * same number of entries and all tables will be configured
+	 * using this value. Current minimum value is 32k. Current
+	 * maximum value is 128M.
+	 */
+	uint32_t	num_entries;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint32_t	unused1;
+	/* Configured EXT EM with the given context if for KEY0 table. */
+	uint16_t	key0_ctx_id;
+	/* Configured EXT EM with the given context if for KEY1 table. */
+	uint16_t	key1_ctx_id;
+	/* Configured EXT EM with the given context if for RECORD table. */
+	uint16_t	record_ctx_id;
+	/* Configured EXT EM with the given context if for EFC table. */
+	uint16_t	efc_ctx_id;
+	/* Configured EXT EM with the given context if for EFC table. */
+	uint16_t	fid_ctx_id;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint16_t	unused2;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint32_t	unused3;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_ext_em_cfg_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_ext_em_cfg_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
+	 * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
+	 * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been
+	 * completely written.  When writing a command completion or
+	 * response to an internal processor, the order of writes has
+	 * to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/***********************
+ * hwrm_tf_ext_em_qcfg *
+ ***********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_ext_em_qcfg_input (size:192b/24B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_ext_em_qcfg_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint32_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCFG_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCFG_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX    UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCFG_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX    UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCFG_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCFG_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/* unused. */
+	uint32_t	unused0;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/* hwrm_tf_ext_em_qcfg_output (size:256b/32B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_ext_em_qcfg_output {
+	/* The specific error status for the command. */
+	uint16_t	error_code;
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/* The sequence ID from the original command. */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
+	uint16_t	resp_len;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint32_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_DIR \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX \
+		UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX \
+		UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/* When set to 1, all offloaded flows will be sent to EXT EM. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_EXT_EM_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PREFERRED_OFFLOAD \
+		UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/* The number of entries the FW has configured for EXT EM. */
+	uint32_t	num_entries;
+	/* Configured EXT EM with the given context if for KEY0 table. */
+	uint16_t	key0_ctx_id;
+	/* Configured EXT EM with the given context if for KEY1 table. */
+	uint16_t	key1_ctx_id;
+	/* Configured EXT EM with the given context if for RECORD table. */
+	uint16_t	record_ctx_id;
+	/* Configured EXT EM with the given context if for EFC table. */
+	uint16_t	efc_ctx_id;
+	/* Configured EXT EM with the given context if for EFC table. */
+	uint16_t	fid_ctx_id;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[5];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
+	 * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
+	 * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been
+	 * completely written.  When writing a command completion or
+	 * response to an internal processor, the order of writes has
+	 * to be such that this field is written last.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	valid;
+} __attribute__((packed));
+
+/********************
+ * hwrm_tf_tcam_set *
+ ********************/
+
+
+/* hwrm_tf_tcam_set_input (size:1024b/128B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_tcam_set_input {
+	/* The HWRM command request type. */
+	uint16_t	req_type;
+	/*
+	 * The completion ring to send the completion event on. This should
+	 * be the NQ ID returned from the `nq_alloc` HWRM command.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	cmpl_ring;
+	/*
+	 * The sequence ID is used by the driver for tracking multiple
+	 * commands. This ID is treated as opaque data by the firmware and
+	 * the value is returned in the `hwrm_resp_hdr` upon completion.
+	 */
+	uint16_t	seq_id;
+	/*
+	 * The target ID of the command:
+	 * * 0x0-0xFFF8 - The function ID
+	 * * 0xFFF8-0xFFFC, 0xFFFE - Reserved for internal processors
+	 * * 0xFFFD - Reserved for user-space HWRM interface
+	 * * 0xFFFF - HWRM
+	 */
+	uint16_t	target_id;
+	/*
+	 * A physical address pointer pointing to a host buffer that the
+	 * command's response data will be written. This can be either a host
+	 * physical address (HPA) or a guest physical address (GPA) and must
+	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
+	 */
+	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Firmware session id returned when HWRM_TF_SESSION_OPEN is sent. */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint32_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_SET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_SET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX    UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_SET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX    UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_SET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_TCAM_SET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/*
+	 * Indicate device data is being sent via DMA, the device
+	 * data is packing does not change.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_SET_INPUT_FLAGS_DMA     UINT32_C(0x2)
+	/*
+	 * TCAM type of the resource, defined globally in the
+	 * hwrm_tf_resc_type enum.
+	 */
+	uint32_t	type;
+	/* Index of TCAM entry. */
+	uint16_t	idx;
+	/* Number of bytes in the TCAM key. */
+	uint8_t	key_size;
+	/* Number of bytes in the TCAM result. */
+	uint8_t	result_size;
+	/*
+	 * Offset from which the mask bytes start in the device data
+	 * array, key offset is always 0.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	mask_offset;
+	/* Offset from which the result bytes start in the device data array. */
+	uint8_t	result_offset;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[6];
+	/*
+	 * TCAM key located at offset 0, mask located at mask_offsec
+	 * and result at result_offsec for the device.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	dev_data[88];
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/* hwrm_cfa_eem_qcfg_output (size:256b/32B) */
-struct hwrm_cfa_eem_qcfg_output {
+/* hwrm_tf_tcam_set_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_tcam_set_output {
 	/* The specific error status for the command. */
 	uint16_t	error_code;
 	/* The HWRM command request type. */
@@ -31848,46 +35014,26 @@  struct hwrm_cfa_eem_qcfg_output {
 	uint16_t	seq_id;
 	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
 	uint16_t	resp_len;
-	uint32_t	flags;
-	/* When set to 1, indicates the configuration is the TX flow. */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PATH_TX \
-		UINT32_C(0x1)
-	/* When set to 1, indicates the configuration is the RX flow. */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PATH_RX \
-		UINT32_C(0x2)
-	/* When set to 1, all offloaded flows will be sent to EEM. */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_QCFG_OUTPUT_FLAGS_PREFERRED_OFFLOAD \
-		UINT32_C(0x4)
-	/* The number of entries the FW has configured for EEM. */
-	uint32_t	num_entries;
-	/* Configured EEM with the given context if for KEY0 table. */
-	uint16_t	key0_ctx_id;
-	/* Configured EEM with the given context if for KEY1 table. */
-	uint16_t	key1_ctx_id;
-	/* Configured EEM with the given context if for RECORD table. */
-	uint16_t	record_ctx_id;
-	/* Configured EEM with the given context if for EFC table. */
-	uint16_t	efc_ctx_id;
-	/* Configured EEM with the given context if for EFC table. */
-	uint16_t	fid_ctx_id;
-	uint8_t	unused_2[5];
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[7];
 	/*
-	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
-	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
-	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
-	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
-	 * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
+	 * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
+	 * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been
+	 * completely written.  When writing a command completion or
+	 * response to an internal processor, the order of writes has
+	 * to be such that this field is written last.
 	 */
 	uint8_t	valid;
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/*******************
- * hwrm_cfa_eem_op *
- *******************/
+/********************
+ * hwrm_tf_tcam_get *
+ ********************/
 
 
-/* hwrm_cfa_eem_op_input (size:192b/24B) */
-struct hwrm_cfa_eem_op_input {
+/* hwrm_tf_tcam_get_input (size:256b/32B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_tcam_get_input {
 	/* The HWRM command request type. */
 	uint16_t	req_type;
 	/*
@@ -31916,49 +35062,31 @@  struct hwrm_cfa_eem_op_input {
 	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
 	 */
 	uint64_t	resp_addr;
+	/* Firmware session id returned when HWRM_TF_SESSION_OPEN is sent. */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* Control flags. */
 	uint32_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_GET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_GET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX    UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_GET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX    UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_GET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_TCAM_GET_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
 	/*
-	 * When set to 1, indicates the host memory which is passed will be
-	 * used for the TX flow offload function specified in fid.
-	 * Note if this bit is set then the path_rx bit can't be set.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_FLAGS_PATH_TX     UINT32_C(0x1)
-	/*
-	 * When set to 1, indicates the host memory which is passed will be
-	 * used for the RX flow offload function specified in fid.
-	 * Note if this bit is set then the path_tx bit can't be set.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_FLAGS_PATH_RX     UINT32_C(0x2)
-	uint16_t	unused_0;
-	/* The number of EEM key table entries to be configured. */
-	uint16_t	op;
-	/* This value is reserved and should not be used. */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_OP_RESERVED    UINT32_C(0x0)
-	/*
-	 * To properly stop EEM and ensure there are no DMA's, the caller
-	 * must disable EEM for the given PF, using this call. This will
-	 * safely disable EEM and ensure that all DMA'ed to the
-	 * keys/records/efc have been completed.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_OP_EEM_DISABLE UINT32_C(0x1)
-	/*
-	 * Once the EEM host memory has been configured, EEM options have
-	 * been configured. Then the caller should enable EEM for the given
-	 * PF. Note once this call has been made, then the EEM mechanism
-	 * will be active and DMA's will occur as packets are processed.
+	 * TCAM type of the resource, defined globally in the
+	 * hwrm_tf_resc_type enum.
 	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_OP_EEM_ENABLE  UINT32_C(0x2)
-	/*
-	 * Clear EEM settings for the given PF so that the register values
-	 * are reset back to there initial state.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_OP_EEM_CLEANUP UINT32_C(0x3)
-	#define HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_OP_LAST \
-		HWRM_CFA_EEM_OP_INPUT_OP_EEM_CLEANUP
+	uint32_t	type;
+	/* Index of a TCAM entry. */
+	uint16_t	idx;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint16_t	unused0;
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/* hwrm_cfa_eem_op_output (size:128b/16B) */
-struct hwrm_cfa_eem_op_output {
+/* hwrm_tf_tcam_get_output (size:2368b/296B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_tcam_get_output {
 	/* The specific error status for the command. */
 	uint16_t	error_code;
 	/* The HWRM command request type. */
@@ -31967,24 +35095,41 @@  struct hwrm_cfa_eem_op_output {
 	uint16_t	seq_id;
 	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
 	uint16_t	resp_len;
-	uint8_t	unused_0[7];
+	/* Number of bytes in the TCAM key. */
+	uint8_t	key_size;
+	/* Number of bytes in the TCAM entry. */
+	uint8_t	result_size;
+	/* Offset from which the mask bytes start in the device data array. */
+	uint8_t	mask_offset;
+	/* Offset from which the result bytes start in the device data array. */
+	uint8_t	result_offset;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[4];
 	/*
-	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
-	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
-	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
-	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
-	 * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+	 * TCAM key located at offset 0, mask located at mask_offsec
+	 * and result at result_offsec for the device.
+	 */
+	uint8_t	dev_data[272];
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused1[7];
+	/*
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
+	 * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
+	 * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been
+	 * completely written.  When writing a command completion or
+	 * response to an internal processor, the order of writes has
+	 * to be such that this field is written last.
 	 */
 	uint8_t	valid;
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/********************************
- * hwrm_cfa_adv_flow_mgnt_qcaps *
- ********************************/
+/*********************
+ * hwrm_tf_tcam_move *
+ *********************/
 
 
-/* hwrm_cfa_adv_flow_mgnt_qcaps_input (size:256b/32B) */
-struct hwrm_cfa_adv_flow_mgnt_qcaps_input {
+/* hwrm_tf_tcam_move_input (size:1024b/128B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_tcam_move_input {
 	/* The HWRM command request type. */
 	uint16_t	req_type;
 	/*
@@ -32013,11 +35158,33 @@  struct hwrm_cfa_adv_flow_mgnt_qcaps_input {
 	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
 	 */
 	uint64_t	resp_addr;
-	uint32_t	unused_0[4];
+	/* Firmware session id returned when HWRM_TF_SESSION_OPEN is sent. */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint32_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_MOVE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_MOVE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX    UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_MOVE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX    UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_MOVE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_TCAM_MOVE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/*
+	 * TCAM type of the resource, defined globally in the
+	 * hwrm_tf_resc_type enum.
+	 */
+	uint32_t	type;
+	/* Number of TCAM index pairs to be swapped for the device. */
+	uint16_t	count;
+	/* unused. */
+	uint16_t	unused0;
+	/* TCAM index pairs to be swapped for the device. */
+	uint16_t	idx_pairs[48];
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/* hwrm_cfa_adv_flow_mgnt_qcaps_output (size:128b/16B) */
-struct hwrm_cfa_adv_flow_mgnt_qcaps_output {
+/* hwrm_tf_tcam_move_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_tcam_move_output {
 	/* The specific error status for the command. */
 	uint16_t	error_code;
 	/* The HWRM command request type. */
@@ -32026,131 +35193,26 @@  struct hwrm_cfa_adv_flow_mgnt_qcaps_output {
 	uint16_t	seq_id;
 	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
 	uint16_t	resp_len;
-	uint32_t	flags;
-	/*
-	 * Value of 1 to indicate firmware support 16-bit flow handle.
-	 * Value of 0 to indicate firmware not support 16-bit flow handle.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_FLOW_HND_16BIT_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x1)
-	/*
-	 * Value of 1 to indicate firmware support 64-bit flow handle.
-	 * Value of 0 to indicate firmware not support 64-bit flow handle.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_FLOW_HND_64BIT_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x2)
-	/*
-	 * Value of 1 to indicate firmware support flow batch delete operation through
-	 * HWRM_CFA_FLOW_FLUSH command.
-	 * Value of 0 to indicate that the firmware does not support flow batch delete
-	 * operation.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_FLOW_BATCH_DELETE_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x4)
-	/*
-	 * Value of 1 to indicate that the firmware support flow reset all operation through
-	 * HWRM_CFA_FLOW_FLUSH command.
-	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support flow reset all operation.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_FLOW_RESET_ALL_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x8)
-	/*
-	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports use of FID as dest_id in
-	 * HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_ALLOC/CFG commands.
-	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support use of FID as dest_id.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_NTUPLE_FLOW_DEST_FUNC_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x10)
-	/*
-	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports TX EEM flows.
-	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support TX EEM flows.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_TX_EEM_FLOW_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x20)
-	/*
-	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports RX EEM flows.
-	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support RX EEM flows.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_RX_EEM_FLOW_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x40)
-	/*
-	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports the dynamic allocation of an
-	 * on-chip flow counter which can be used for EEM flows.
-	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support the dynamic allocation of an
-	 * on-chip flow counter.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_FLOW_COUNTER_ALLOC_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x80)
-	/*
-	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports setting of
-	 * rfs_ring_tbl_idx in HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_ALLOC command.
-	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support rfs_ring_tbl_idx.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_RFS_RING_TBL_IDX_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x100)
-	/*
-	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports untagged matching
-	 * criteria on HWRM_CFA_L2_FILTER_ALLOC command. Value of 0
-	 * indicates firmware does not support untagged matching.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_UNTAGGED_VLAN_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x200)
-	/*
-	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports XDP filter. Value
-	 * of 0 indicates firmware does not support XDP filter.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_XDP_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x400)
-	/*
-	 * Value of 1 to indicate that the firmware support L2 header source
-	 * fields matching criteria on HWRM_CFA_L2_FILTER_ALLOC command.
-	 * Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support L2 header source
-	 * fields matching.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_L2_HEADER_SOURCE_FIELDS_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x800)
-	/*
-	 * If set to 1, firmware is capable of supporting ARP ethertype as
-	 * matching criteria for HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_FILTER_ALLOC command on the
-	 * RX direction. By default, this flag should be 0 for older version
-	 * of firmware.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_NTUPLE_FLOW_RX_ARP_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x1000)
-	/*
-	 * Value of 1 to indicate that firmware supports setting of
-	 * rfs_ring_tbl_idx in dst_id field of the HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_ALLOC
-	 * command. Value of 0 indicates firmware does not support
-	 * rfs_ring_tbl_idx in dst_id field.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_RFS_RING_TBL_IDX_V2_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x2000)
-	/*
-	 * If set to 1, firmware is capable of supporting IPv4/IPv6 as
-	 * ethertype in HWRM_CFA_NTUPLE_FILTER_ALLOC command on the RX
-	 * direction. By default, this flag should be 0 for older version
-	 * of firmware.
-	 */
-	#define HWRM_CFA_ADV_FLOW_MGNT_QCAPS_OUTPUT_FLAGS_NTUPLE_FLOW_RX_ETHERTYPE_IP_SUPPORTED \
-		UINT32_C(0x4000)
-	uint8_t	unused_0[3];
+	/* unused. */
+	uint8_t	unused0[7];
 	/*
-	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
-	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
-	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
-	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
-	 * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
+	 * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
+	 * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been
+	 * completely written.  When writing a command completion or
+	 * response to an internal processor, the order of writes has
+	 * to be such that this field is written last.
 	 */
 	uint8_t	valid;
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/******************
- * hwrm_cfa_tflib *
- ******************/
+/*********************
+ * hwrm_tf_tcam_free *
+ *********************/
 
 
-/* hwrm_cfa_tflib_input (size:1024b/128B) */
-struct hwrm_cfa_tflib_input {
+/* hwrm_tf_tcam_free_input (size:1024b/128B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_tcam_free_input {
 	/* The HWRM command request type. */
 	uint16_t	req_type;
 	/*
@@ -32179,18 +35241,33 @@  struct hwrm_cfa_tflib_input {
 	 * point to a physically contiguous block of memory.
 	 */
 	uint64_t	resp_addr;
-	/* TFLIB message type. */
-	uint16_t	tf_type;
-	/* TFLIB message subtype. */
-	uint16_t	tf_subtype;
+	/* Firmware session id returned when HWRM_TF_SESSION_OPEN is sent. */
+	uint32_t	fw_session_id;
+	/* Control flags. */
+	uint32_t	flags;
+	/* Indicates the flow direction. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_FREE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/* If this bit set to 0, then it indicates rx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_FREE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_RX    UINT32_C(0x0)
+	/* If this bit is set to 1, then it indicates that tx flow. */
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_FREE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX    UINT32_C(0x1)
+	#define HWRM_TF_TCAM_FREE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_LAST \
+		HWRM_TF_TCAM_FREE_INPUT_FLAGS_DIR_TX
+	/*
+	 * TCAM type of the resource, defined globally in the
+	 * hwrm_tf_resc_type enum.
+	 */
+	uint32_t	type;
+	/* Number of TCAM index to be deleted for the device. */
+	uint16_t	count;
 	/* unused. */
-	uint8_t	unused0[4];
-	/* TFLIB request data. */
-	uint32_t	tf_req[26];
+	uint16_t	unused0;
+	/* TCAM index list to be deleted for the device. */
+	uint16_t	idx_list[48];
 } __attribute__((packed));
 
-/* hwrm_cfa_tflib_output (size:5632b/704B) */
-struct hwrm_cfa_tflib_output {
+/* hwrm_tf_tcam_free_output (size:128b/16B) */
+struct hwrm_tf_tcam_free_output {
 	/* The specific error status for the command. */
 	uint16_t	error_code;
 	/* The HWRM command request type. */
@@ -32199,22 +35276,15 @@  struct hwrm_cfa_tflib_output {
 	uint16_t	seq_id;
 	/* The length of the response data in number of bytes. */
 	uint16_t	resp_len;
-	/* TFLIB message type. */
-	uint16_t	tf_type;
-	/* TFLIB message subtype. */
-	uint16_t	tf_subtype;
-	/* TFLIB response code */
-	uint32_t	tf_resp_code;
-	/* TFLIB response data. */
-	uint32_t	tf_resp[170];
 	/* unused. */
-	uint8_t	unused1[7];
+	uint8_t	unused0[7];
 	/*
-	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the output
-	 * is completely written to RAM. This field should be read as '1'
-	 * to indicate that the output has been completely written.
-	 * When writing a command completion or response to an internal processor,
-	 * the order of writes has to be such that this field is written last.
+	 * This field is used in Output records to indicate that the
+	 * output is completely written to RAM. This field should be
+	 * read as '1' to indicate that the output has been
+	 * completely written.  When writing a command completion or
+	 * response to an internal processor, the order of writes has
+	 * to be such that this field is written last.
 	 */
 	uint8_t	valid;
 } __attribute__((packed));
@@ -33155,9 +36225,9 @@  struct pcie_ctx_hw_stats {
 	uint64_t	pcie_tl_signal_integrity;
 	/* Number of times LTSSM entered Recovery state */
 	uint64_t	pcie_link_integrity;
-	/* Number of TLP bytes that have been transmitted */
+	/* Report number of TLP bits that have been transmitted in Mbps */
 	uint64_t	pcie_tx_traffic_rate;
-	/* Number of TLP bytes that have been received */
+	/* Report number of TLP bits that have been received in Mbps */
 	uint64_t	pcie_rx_traffic_rate;
 	/* Number of DLLP bytes that have been transmitted */
 	uint64_t	pcie_tx_dllp_statistics;
@@ -33981,7 +37051,23 @@  struct hwrm_nvm_modify_input {
 	uint64_t	host_src_addr;
 	/* 16-bit directory entry index. */
 	uint16_t	dir_idx;
-	uint8_t	unused_0[2];
+	uint16_t	flags;
+	/*
+	 * This flag indicates the sender wants to modify a continuous NVRAM
+	 * area using a batch of this HWRM requests. The offset of a request
+	 * must be continuous to the end of previous request's. Firmware does
+	 * not update the directory entry until receiving the last request,
+	 * which is indicated by the batch_last flag.
+	 * This flag is set usually when a sender does not have a block of
+	 * memory that is big enough to hold the entire NVRAM data for send
+	 * at one time.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_NVM_MODIFY_INPUT_FLAGS_BATCH_MODE     UINT32_C(0x1)
+	/*
+	 * This flag can be used only when the batch_mode flag is set.
+	 * It indicates this request is the last of batch requests.
+	 */
+	#define HWRM_NVM_MODIFY_INPUT_FLAGS_BATCH_LAST     UINT32_C(0x2)
 	/* 32-bit NVRAM byte-offset to modify content from. */
 	uint32_t	offset;
 	/*