[nvmewin] Exposing read-only values in registry for validation...
Luse, Paul E
paul.e.luse at intel.com
Tue May 8 12:32:34 PDT 2012
Sorry, read this too quickly. The comments on the non-storport API still applies, but I didn't realize you were using the inf to create the keys and NVMeWriteRegistry()to write to the reg. Did you verify that are passing in a non-zero value into that function as we don't have other callers to it.
From: Luse, Paul E
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 12:15 PM
To: Freyensee, James P; nvmewin at lists.openfabrics.org
Subject: RE: Exposing read-only values in registry for validation...
A storport minipoprt has a limit set of API that are 'legal' you are proposing calls that we can't use so I wouldn't even try to investigate you're implemented. Instead look at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff567492%28v=vs.85%29.aspx and see if works for you.
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Subject: [nvmewin] Exposing read-only values in registry for validation...
I want to expose the values of 'NumMsiMsgGranted' and 'NumMsiMsgGranted'in the NVMe driver in the registry as read-only for validation purposes (by eyeball or by code I have which can go get any registry key asked).
I thought just using ZwCreateKey() or RtlWriteRegistryValue() could serve my purpose. However, I see that registry entries like 'Device Entries' are defined in nvme.inf and then accessed by the NVMeFetchRegistry() method. Since I assumed 'NumMsiMsgGranted' and 'NumMsiMsgGranted' would be set upon driver load, I thought NVMeFetchRegistry() could write the values to new registry entries via:
With those registry entries defined in the .inf file so they are already created:
HKR, Parameters\Device, NumMsiMsgGranted, %REG_DWORD%, 0x00000000 ; Number of MSI messages granted in system. RO entry.
HKR, Parameters\Device, NumActiveCores, %REG_DWORD%, 0x00000000 ; Number of active cores in system. This would be a RO entry.
However, it does not seem to be the case as I still see 0's.
Is there a recommended way of creating registry values to expose NVMe variables for state-validating purposes?
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