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The following information outlines a server controlled data transfer procedure of an adapters' Error Information Record (EIR).
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Dynamic Error Information Record (EIR) Validity Detection and Reading from Adapter .
Disclosed is a system for the collection of an Error Information Record (EIR) from adapter(s) in
a server controlled environment. When an adapter has a failure, it needs to notify the server of
the failure so the server can initiate the proper recovery action. After the adapter has notified the
server of an error, the adapter will store its error data in its memory in what is called an error
information record (EIR). The adapter must write to one of its hardware register or memory
locations stating that the EIR it has is valid. In another one of its hardware registers or memory
locations the adapter must write the location (address) of where the EIR resides. The server will
query the adapter's hardware register which tells it that adapter's EIR is valid. If the response is
valid, the server will use the address that was place in another one of the adapter's hardware
register. The server will read the adapter's EIR from this address. By using the adapter hardware
registers in this manner, this allows the adapter to dynamically place its EIR anywhere in its
memory. This also allows this model to be expanded where an adapter can store multiple EIRs
for collection through the use of multiple hardware registers. It also allows the server to process
the EIR at its convenience. Lastly it does not allow transfer of invalid data before check the
validity of the data.