S


safe defaults, 62

sample drivers, obtaining, 16–17

saving IRQL, annotations for, 805

scatter/gather technique, 552, 554, 560–562

scheduling threads, 508–509. See also threads

scope, synchronization, 55, 387–398

cancellation of I/O requests, 402–403

KMDF drivers, 391–398

SynchronizationScope attribute, 108, 391

UMDF drivers, 390–391

SDDL (security descriptor definition language), 159–161

SDV Defect Viewer, 844–845

Sdv-map.h file, creating, 837–839, 856–857

SDV (Static Driver Verifier), 670, 823–862

annotating KMDF code for, 832–834

Fail_Driver3 sample driver (example), 855–859

how it works, 825–831

how to run, 834–842

KMDF callback function role types for, 832–834, 860–862

KMDF rules for, 847–855

verification engine operation, 829–831

viewing reports, 842–847

search phase, SLAM engine, 830–831

sections, INF files, 643

security, 61–62

signing driver packages, 653–655

trace messages and, 413, 417

UMDF drivers, 86

security descriptors for device objects, 160–162

SecurityIdentification impersonation level, 276

SecurityImpersonation impersonation level, 276, 278

SECURITY_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL enumeration, 276

self-managed I/O, 297–305

watchdog timer example (KMDF), 301–305

seminars on driver development, 22

send-and-forget flag (I/O completion), 338, 341, 343–345

Send method (IWDFIoRequest), 337, 343

synchronous requests, 339–340, 369–370

sequential I/O request dispatching, 56, 259, 385

serialization, 41, 385

automatic, 395–396, 539

timer objects, 460

synchronization scope and, 387–398

service routines, defined, 49

serviceability, 63–64

ServiceBinary directive, 648

services, drivers vs., 24

Set functions, 96, 104

SetBuffer method (IWDFMemory), 444

SetCompletionCallback method (IWDFIoRequest), 334

SetFilter method (IWDFDeviceInitialize), 150, 151, 192

SetLockingConstraint method (IWDFDeviceInitialize), 150, 151, 390

SetNamedValue method (IWDFNamedPropertyStore), 448, 450

SetPnpCapability method (IWDFDeviceInitialize), 150

SetPowerPolicyOwnership method (IWDFDeviceInitialize), 150, 151, 192

Setup action log, 664

Setup error log, 664

SetupAPI log, 664

SetupDiXxx functions, 146, 498–499

shared data, synchronized access to, 381–383

shutdown (device), 178–179

device removal and, 184–187

self-managed I/O during, 300–301

shutdown sequences, 178

side-by-side operation of major versions, 63–64

side objects (UMDF), 79

signed catalog files, 643, 653–654

specifying in INFs, 654

signing driver packages, 653–655

SimpleIO interface, 675–676

SimpleIOStress interface, 676

64-bit systems, as development requirement, 12

64-bit UMDF drivers, 85

Size attribute, 108

size of KMDF log, controlling, 728

Skeleton.rc file, 477, 488

Skeleton sample driver, 16, 475–493

SLAM verification engine, 829–831

slave devices. See system DMA devices

SLEEP scenario (PwrTest), 675

sleep states, 168

Sleep_Stress_With_IO.wsf script, 676

software-only drivers, Plug and Play and power management, 190–194

software tracing. See tracing

source code

annotations in

best practices, 816–818

driver annotations, 774–778

eliminating coding noise with, 751–752

general-purpose, 760–774

how to use, 752–760

Osrusbfx2 sample driver (example), 818–822

for SDV (Static Driver Verifier), 832–834

noise in, 749–752, 815

startup code, debugging, 706–708, 715

trace message calls in, 431–432. See also tracing

Source Code pane (SDV Defect Viewer), 844

[SourceDisksFiles] section, INF files, 644

[SourceDisksNames] section, INF files, 644

Sources directory, cleaning, 836

Sources file, 621

Fx2_Driver sample driver, 625–628

modifying to run WPP preprocessor, 420–424

Osrusbfx2 sample driver, 630–632

Skeleton sample driver, 477

Sources file (Skeleton sample driver), 486–487

SOURCES macro, 627, 632

Special Pool option (Driver Verifier), 678, 680

specialized I/O targets, 309–310

USB targets, 359–361

spin lock objects, 41, 44–45, 49, 103, 114, 399–401

deleting, 116

interrupt spin locks, 48, 400

synchronized I/O request cancellation, 403–405

spin lock objects (WDFSPINLOCK), 523, 539

splitting I/O requests, 346–350

stability of UMDF drivers, 86

stack. See device stack; driver stack; kernel stack

STAMP directive (Makefile.inc), 629, 633

/standard parameter (Driver Verifier), 680

Start method (IWDFIoQueue), 260

Start method (IWDFIoTargetStateManagement), 319

Started state (I/O targets), 319, 340

startup (device), 178–179

device enumeration and, 180–183

self-managed I/O during, 300

startup code, debugging, 706–708, 715

state

device state, 145

system power state queries, 221

I/O requests, to synchronize cancellation, 403–407

I/O targets, 318–321, 340–341

state machines (KMDF), 72, 171

State pane (SDV Defect Viewer), 844–845

state variables, SDV rules for, 826

static code analysis tools, 669. See also PREfast for Drivers; SDV (Static Driver Verifier)

Static Driver Verifier (SDV), 670, 823–862

annotating KMDF code for, 832–834

Fail_Driver3 sample driver (example), 855–859

how it works, 825–831

how to run, 834–842

KMDF callback function role types for, 832–834, 860–862

KMDF rules for, 847–855

verification engine operation, 829–831

viewing reports, 842–847

static enumeration of child devices, 143

in bus drivers, 157–158

statistic libraries for WDK, 14

STATUS_INVALID_DEVICE_REQUEST status, 503

STATUS_SUCCESS tests, 749

Stop method (IWDFIoQueue), 260

Stop method (IWDFIoTargetStateManagement), 320

Stopped for query-remove state (I/O targets), 319, 340

Stopped state (I/O targets), 319, 340

StopSynchronously method (IWDFIoQueue), 260

storage pass-through commands, 143

string annotations, 771–773

string objects, 103, 114

deleting, 116, 120

[Strings] section, INF files, 644

STRSTR$ function, 783

success codes, 58–59

.SUFFIXES directive (Makefile.inc), 629

__super keyword, 609

surprise removal of device, 178

suspended I/O requests, 293, 296

symbol files, 19, 624, 702–704

symbolic links, 148, 160

SYNCH_LEVEL IRQLs, 512

synchronization, 31–32, 40–41, 49, 379–410. See also asynchronous I/O

collection objects, 457

I/O request cancellation (KMDF), 401–409

I/O requests, 339–340

processing at DIRQL, 547

scope of, 55, 387–398

cancellation of I/O requests, 402–403

KMDF drivers, 391–398

SynchronizationScope attribute, 108, 391

UMDF drivers, 390–391

spin lock objects, 41, 44–45, 49, 103, 114, 399–401

deleting, 116

interrupt spin locks, 48, 400

synchronized I/O request cancellation, 403–405

summary and general tips, 409–410

wait lock objects, 103, 114, 398–399

collection objects, 457

deleting, 116

WDF features, 384–386

WDF object hierarchy, 55

when required, 380–383

synchronization model (device property), 146

SynchronizationScope attribute, 108, 391

syntax misuses, 750

.sys files, 49, 623

system architecture (Windows), 25–27

system DMA devices, 550. See also DMA

System event log, 664

system memory, DMA abstraction and, 556. See also DMA

system power states, 168–169

system requirements for driver development, 12

system stability of UMDF drivers, 86

system thread context, 510




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Developing Drivers with the Windows Driver Foundation (Pro Developer)
ISBN: 0735623740
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2007
Pages: 224

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