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Specification Title Spec Rev Document Type Release Date
PCI Firmware Specification Revision 3.2 This document describes the hardware independent firmware interface for managing PCI, PCI-X, and PCI Express™ systems in a host computer. 3.x Specification January 26, 2015
Enhanced Allocation (EA) for Memory and I/O Resources Enhanced Allocation is an optional Conventional PCI Capability that may be implemented by Functions to indicate fixed (non reprogrammable) I/O and memory ranges assigned to the Function, as well as supporting new resource “type” definitions and future extensibility to also support reprogrammable allocations. 3.x ECN October 23, 2014
ACPI Additions for FW Latency Optimizations This ECR provides two additional ACPI DSM functions to inform OS about the possible time reduction opportunities: 3.x ECN January 28, 2014
PCIe Hot Plug This ECN affects the PCI Firmware Specification v3.1 and allows certain errors to be suppressed by platform if software stack ensured error containment. Also removes the implementation note in section 4.5.2.4 which is not representative of OS behavior. 3.x ECN October 7, 2013
UEFI Related Updates Update the references to the latest UEFI Specification. Make clarifications in 5.1.2 that the pointers to the Device List, the Configuration Utility Code header and the DMTF CLP Entry Point are not applicable to the UEFI Option ROMs. 3.x ECN July 29, 2013
Changing Class Code for InfiniBand Adapter This ECN updates the subclass ID description in the Class Code & Capability ID Specification. 3.x ECN January 1, 2011
PCI Firmware Specification Revision 3.1 This document describes the hardware independent firmware interface for managing PCI™, PCI-X, and PCI Express® systems in a host computer. 3.x Specification December 13, 2010
Class Code & Capability ID Extraction This ECN extracts the Class Code definitions from Appendix D and the Capability ID definitions from Appendix H, for consolidation into a new standalone document that’s easier to maintain. The new document will also consolidate Extended Capability definitions from the PCIe Base spec and various other PCIe specs. 3.x ECN April 28, 2010
PCIe Device Labeling under Operating Systems This ECR proposes a mechanism (new extension to _DSM) to make the device names/labels under Operating Systems deterministic. Currently, there is no well defined mechanism to consistently associate platform specific device names and instances of a device type under operating system. As a result, instance labels for specific device types under various operating systems (ex: ethx label for networking device instance under Linux OS) do not always map into the platform designated device labels. Additionally, the instance labels can change based on the system configuration. For example, under Linux operating systems, the “eth0” label does not necessarily map to the first embedded networking device as designed in a given platform. Depending on the hardware bus topology, current configuration including the number and type of networking adapters installed, the eth0 label assignment could change in a given platform. 3.x ECN March 28, 2010
ACPI Additions for ASPM, OBFF, LTR ECNs A number of PCIe base specifications ECNs have been approved that require software support. In some cases, platform firmware needs to know if the OS running supports certain features, or the OS needs to be able to request control of certain features from platform firmware. In other cases, the OS needs to know information about the platform that cannot be discovered through PCI enumeration, and ACPI must be used to supply the additional information. 3.x ECN February 1, 2010
Update DMTF SM CLP Specification References This update references to sections in the DMTF Server Management Command Line Protocol (SM CLP) Specification (DSP0214) to match the most recent version SM CLP Specification (v1.0.2). It also clarifies that the references to the DMTF SM CLP specification are referencing v1.0.2. and adds a reference to the DMTF SM CLP specification in section 1.2 Reference Documents. 3.x ECN November 9, 2009
UEFI PCI Services Update This is a request to update the UEFI PCI Services. No functional changes. In the case of the UGA reference, UGA has been obsolete by the UEFI Specification and is replaced by the new GOP. 3.x ECN August 4, 2009
Unoccupied Slot Power Hand-off State Clarification This ECN allows the unoccupied slots' power to be off at hand-off, which is a reasonable implementation and many systems implement that way today. 3.x ECN January 23, 2007
PCI Option ROM CLP This ECN rectifies the differences between the DMTF SM CLP Specification and its supporting documents with the current PCI Firmware 3.0 Specification. Also, it clarifies the supporting documents required for successfully implementing CLP in an X86 PCI FW 3.0 compatible option ROM. 3.x ECN September 19, 2006
Errata for PCI 3.0 3.x Errata July 27, 2006
Advanced Capabilities for Conventional PCI For conventional PCI devices integrated into a PCI Express Root Complex, this defines an optional capability structure that includes selected advanced features originally defined for PCI Express. This capability is intended to be extensible in the future. For the initial definition, the Transactions Pending (TP) and Function Level Reset (FLR) are included. 3.x ECN July 27, 2006
PCI_OSC Clarifications This ECN attempts to make clarifications such that the system firmware and multiple operating systems can have the same interpretation of the specification and work interoperably. 3.x ECN July 21, 2006
Ignore PCI Boot Configuration_DSM Function This ECN adds a function to the _DSM Definitions for PCI to provide an indication to an operating system that it can ignore the PCI boot configuration setup by the firmware during system initialization. 3.x ECN April 24, 2006
PCI Firmware Specification Revision 3.0 This document describes the hardware independent firmware interface for managing PCI, PCI-X, and PCI Express™ systems in a host computer. 3.x Specification June 20, 2005
Interrupt Line Register Usage This ECN is a request for modifications to the paragraphs describing the Interrupt Line Register usage for the PCI-to-PCI-Bridge. The purpose is to clarify the differences between the usages on PC-compatible systems and DIG64-compliant systems. 1.x ECN June 16, 2005
Generic Capability Structure for SATA Host Bus Adapters The functional changes proposed involve the definition of a new Capabilities List ID (and associated Capability register set). This new Capabilities ID will identify to system firmware (BIOS/OROM), a Serial ATA (SATA) host bus adapter’s (HBA) support of optional features that may be defined in the particular SATA HBA specification (i.e. Advanced Host Controller Interface - AHCI). 3.x ECN October 17, 2004
PCI Bus Power Management Interface Specification Revision 1.2 The goal of this specification is to establish a standard set of PCI peripheral power management hardware interfaces and behavioral policies. Once established, this infrastructure enables an operating system to intelligently manage the power of PCI functions and buses. 1.x Specification March 3, 2004
PCI Local Bus Specification Revision 3.0 This document contains the formal specifications of the protocol, electrical, and mechanical features of the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 3.0, as the production version effective February 3, 2004. The PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.3, issued March 29, 2002, is not superseded by this specification. 3.x Specification February 3, 2004
PCI Local Bus Specification Revision 3.0 with Change Bar This document contains the formal specifications of the protocol, electrical, and mechanical features of the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 3.0, as the production version effective February 3, 2004. The PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.3, issued March 29, 2002, is not superseded by this specification. 3.x Specification February 3, 2004
Errata for PCI 2.3 2.x Errata September 8, 2003
SATA Class Code ECN Create a new class code for SerialATA host-based adapters (HBAs) that can be identified by system software. The new class code will allow for system software to identify a controller as being attached to serial ATA devices and serial attached SCSI devices. This will help system software load drivers that may be specific to these interfaces. 3.x ECN August 6, 2003
MSI-X Extend the current MSI functionality to support a larger number of MSI vectors, plus a separate and independent Message Address and Message Data for each MSI vector. Allow more flexibility when SW allocates fewer MSI vectors than requested by HW. Enable per-vector masking capability. 2.x ECN June 10, 2003
MSI-X Extend the current MSI functionality to support a larger number of MSI vectors, plus a separate and independent Message Address and Message Data for each MSI vector. Allow more flexibility when SW allocates fewer MSI vectors than requested by HW. Enable per-vector masking capability. 3.x ECN June 10, 2003
PCI-to-PCI Bridge Architecture Specification Revision 1.2 This specification defines the behavior of a compliant PCI-to-PCI bridge. A PCI-to-PCI bridge that conforms to this specification and the PCI Local Bus Specification is a compliant implementation. Compliant bridges may differ from each other in performance and, to some extent, functionality. 1.x Specification June 9, 2003
PCI-to-PCI Bridge Architecture Specification Revision 1.2 with Change Bar This specification defines the behavior of a compliant PCI-to-PCI bridge. A PCI-to-PCI bridge that conforms to this specification and the PCI Local Bus Specification is a compliant implementation. Compliant bridges may differ from each other in performance and, to some extent, functionality. 1.x Specification June 9, 2003
SHPC Memory Access Granularity Restrict PCI Standard Hot-Plug (SHPC) device drivers to a memory access granularity of maximum one DWORD (aligned) when reading or writing to the SHPC memory space. 1.x ECN March 25, 2003
SHPC Extensions for PCI-X 2.0 Changes are to the PCI Standard Hot-Plug Controller and Subsystem Specification, Revision 1.0. This ECN extends the Standard Hot-plug Controller Specification to support the additional PCI-X speeds and modes allowed by the PCI-X 2.0 specification. Specifically, this ECN provides the required hardware and software extensions needed to support the new PCI-X 2.0 speeds of 266 and 533 and also the software extensions needed to control PCI-X 2.0 mode ECC and parity operation. 1.x ECN February 27, 2003
PCI/PCI-X Connector Contact Finish Changes The intent of this ECR is to update the PCI base specifications to include PCI connector metallurgical practices which have been commonly accepted or introduced since the original wording was drafted before the PCI 2.0 specification. With an overwhelming majority of PCI and PCI-X connectors shipped in the world that do not meet the PCI specification for contact finish plating, the most efficient way to rectify the situation is to correct the specification. 2.x ECN January 7, 2003
PCI/PCI-X Connector Contact Finish Changes The intent of this ECR is to update the PCI base specifications to include PCI connector metallurgical practices which have been commonly accepted or introduced since the original wording was drafted before the PCI 2.0 specification. With an overwhelming majority of PCI and PCI-X connectors shipped in the world that do not meet the PCI specification for contact finish plating, the most efficient way to rectify the situation is to correct the specification. 3.x ECN January 7, 2003
PCI Local Bus Specification Revision 2.3 This document contains the formal specifications of the protocol, electrical, and mechanical features of the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.3, as the production version effective March 29, 2002. The PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2, issued December 18, 1998, is superseded by this specification. 2.x Specification March 29, 2002
PCI Hot-Plug Specification Revision 1.1 The primary objective of this specification is to enable higher availability of file and application servers by standardizing key aspects of the process of removing and installing PCI add-in cards while the system is running. Although these same principles can be applied to desktop and portable systems using PCI buses, the operations described here target server platforms. 1.x Specification June 20, 2001
PCI Standard Hot-Plug Controller and Subsystem Specification Revision 1.0 The primary purpose of this document is to specify a standard implementation of a PCI Hot-Plug Controller called the Standard Hot-Plug Controller (SHPC). 1.x Specification June 20, 2001
Mini PCI Specification Revision 1.0 The Mini PCI Specification defines an alternate implementation for small form factor PCI cards referred to in this specification as a Mini PCI Card. This specification uses a qualified sub-set of the same signal protocol, electrical definitions, and configuration definitions as the PCI Local Bus Specification. 1.x Specification October 25, 1999
PCI Bios Specification Revision 2.1 This document describes the software interface presented by the PCI BIOS functions. This interface provides a hardware independent method of managing PCI devices in a host computer. 2.x Specification August 26, 1994

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