pub struct AlarmDriver<'a, A: Alarm<'a>> { /* private fields */ }

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impl<'a, A: Alarm<'a>> AlarmDriver<'a, A>

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pub const fn new( alarm: &'a A, grant: Grant<AlarmData, UpcallCount<NUM_UPCALLS>, AllowRoCount<0>, AllowRwCount<0>> ) -> AlarmDriver<'a, A>

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impl<'a, A: Alarm<'a>> AlarmClient for AlarmDriver<'a, A>

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fn alarm(&self)

Callback indicating the alarm time has been reached. The alarm MUST be disabled when this is called. If a new alarm is needed, the client can call Alarm::set_alarm.
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impl<'a, A: Alarm<'a>> SyscallDriver for AlarmDriver<'a, A>

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fn command( &self, cmd_type: usize, data: usize, data2: usize, caller_id: ProcessId ) -> CommandReturn

Setup and read the alarm.

command_num
  • 0: Driver existence check.
  • 1: Return the clock frequency in Hz.
  • 2: Read the the current clock value
  • 3: Stop the alarm if it is outstanding
  • 4: Set an alarm to fire at a given clock value time.
  • 5: Set an alarm to fire at a given clock value time relative to now (EXPERIMENTAL).
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fn allocate_grant(&self, processid: ProcessId) -> Result<(), Error>

Request to allocate a capsule’s grant for a specific process. Read more
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fn allow_userspace_readable( &self, app: ProcessId, which: usize, slice: ReadWriteProcessBuffer ) -> Result<ReadWriteProcessBuffer, (ReadWriteProcessBuffer, ErrorCode)>

System call for a process to pass a buffer (a UserspaceReadableProcessBuffer) to the kernel that the kernel can either read or write. The kernel calls this method only after it checks that the entire buffer is within memory the process can both read and write. Read more

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impl<'a, A> !RefUnwindSafe for AlarmDriver<'a, A>

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impl<'a, A> !Send for AlarmDriver<'a, A>

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impl<'a, A> !Sync for AlarmDriver<'a, A>

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impl<'a, A> Unpin for AlarmDriver<'a, A>

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impl<'a, A> !UnwindSafe for AlarmDriver<'a, A>

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