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e3e134eb 1## @file MdeModulePkg.dec\r
a9141950 2# This package provides the modules that conform to UEFI/PI Industry standards.\r
35c77dae 3# It also provides the definitions(including PPIs/PROTOCOLs/GUIDs and library classes)\r
bf314e67 4# and libraries instances, which are used for those modules.\r
b7d286b6 5#\r
972d8872 6# Copyright (c) 2019, NVIDIA CORPORATION. All rights reserved.\r
0785c619 7# Copyright (c) 2007 - 2021, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.<BR>\r
f9bbb8d9 8# Copyright (c) 2016, Linaro Ltd. All rights reserved.<BR>\r
7288142a 9# (C) Copyright 2016 - 2019 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP<BR>\r
e043f789 10# Copyright (c) 2017, AMD Incorporated. All rights reserved.<BR>\r
d11e2359 11# Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.<BR>\r
9d510e61 12# SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-2-Clause-Patent\r
b7d286b6 13#\r
4f57ff18 14##\r
b7d286b6 15\r
16\r
b7d286b6 17[Defines]\r
18 DEC_SPECIFICATION = 0x00010005\r
84e20859 19 PACKAGE_NAME = MdeModulePkg\r
fe44bae5 20 PACKAGE_UNI_FILE = MdeModulePkg.uni\r
b7d286b6 21 PACKAGE_GUID = BA0D78D6-2CAF-414b-BD4D-B6762A894288\r
6250a120 22 PACKAGE_VERSION = 0.98\r
b7d286b6 23\r
6bfbb5f0 24[Includes]\r
ed838d0c 25 Include\r
b7d286b6 26\r
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27[Includes.Common.Private]\r
28 Library/BrotliCustomDecompressLib/brotli/c/include\r
30143b15 29\r
6bfbb5f0 30[LibraryClasses]\r
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31 ## @libraryclass Defines a set of methods to reset whole system.\r
32 ResetSystemLib|Include/Library/ResetSystemLib.h\r
33\r
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34 ## @libraryclass Business logic for storing and testing variable policies\r
35 VariablePolicyLib|Include/Library/VariablePolicyLib.h\r
36\r
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37 ## @libraryclass Defines a set of helper functions for resetting the system.\r
38 ResetUtilityLib|Include/Library/ResetUtilityLib.h\r
39\r
804dbc37 40 ## @libraryclass Provides HII related functions.\r
41 HiiLib|Include/Library/HiiLib.h\r
73850864 42\r
4f57ff18 43 ## @libraryclass Defines a set of interfaces on how to process capusle image update.\r
30d3be34 44 CapsuleLib|Include/Library/CapsuleLib.h\r
73850864 45\r
73850864 46 ## @libraryclass Provides global variables that are pointers\r
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47 # to the UEFI HII related protocols.\r
48 #\r
da801a6e 49 UefiHiiServicesLib|Include/Library/UefiHiiServicesLib.h\r
9a6dcbf3 50\r
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51 ## @libraryclass Provides a set of interfaces to abstract the policy of security measurement.\r
52 #\r
975e8815 53 SecurityManagementLib|Include/Library/SecurityManagementLib.h\r
cd98f305 54\r
75dea6bd 55 ## @libraryclass OEM status code libary is used to report status code to OEM device.\r
56 #\r
57 OemHookStatusCodeLib|Include/Library/OemHookStatusCodeLib.h\r
58\r
fe92ab29 59 ## @libraryclass Debug Agent is used to provide soft debug capability.\r
60 #\r
61 DebugAgentLib|Include/Library/DebugAgentLib.h\r
6eea8eae 62\r
467d15ae 63 ## @libraryclass Provide platform specific hooks.\r
64 #\r
65 PlatformHookLib|Include/Library/PlatformHookLib.h\r
495797c5 66\r
67 ## @libraryclass Provide platform specific hooks for SMM core.\r
68 #\r
69 SmmCorePlatformHookLib|Include/Library/SmmCorePlatformHookLib.h\r
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70\r
71 ## @libraryclass Provide capability to maintain the data integrity cross S3 phase.\r
72 #\r
73 LockBoxLib|Include/Library/LockBoxLib.h\r
5fc1ae69 74\r
1e172d6b 75 ## @libraryclass Provide the CPU exception handler.\r
76 #\r
77 CpuExceptionHandlerLib|Include/Library/CpuExceptionHandlerLib.h\r
5fc1ae69 78\r
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79 ## @libraryclass Provides platform specific display interface.\r
80 #\r
81 CustomizedDisplayLib|Include/Library/CustomizedDisplayLib.h\r
82\r
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83 ## @libraryclass Provides sorting functions\r
84 SortLib|Include/Library/SortLib.h\r
85\r
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86 ## @libraryclass Provides core boot manager functions\r
87 UefiBootManagerLib|Include/Library/UefiBootManagerLib.h\r
88\r
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89 ## @libraryclass Provides core boot manager functions\r
90 PlatformBootManagerLib|Include/Library/PlatformBootManagerLib.h\r
91\r
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92 ## @libraryclass Provides common interfaces about TPM measurement for other modules.\r
93 #\r
94 TpmMeasurementLib|Include/Library/TpmMeasurementLib.h\r
95\r
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96 ## @libraryclass Provides authenticated variable services.\r
97 #\r
371dc63d 98 AuthVariableLib|Include/Library/AuthVariableLib.h\r
b6477d82 99\r
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100 ## @libraryclass Provides variable check services and database management.\r
101 #\r
102 VarCheckLib|Include/Library/VarCheckLib.h\r
103\r
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104 ## @libraryclass Provides services to get variable error flag and do platform variable cleanup.\r
105 #\r
106 PlatformVarCleanupLib|Include/Library/PlatformVarCleanupLib.h\r
5fc1ae69 107\r
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108 ## @libraryclass Provides services to get do the file explorer.\r
109 #\r
110 FileExplorerLib|Include/Library/FileExplorerLib.h\r
c95d9ab8 111\r
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112 ## @libraryclass Provides interfaces about logo display.\r
113 #\r
114 BootLogoLib|Include/Library/BootLogoLib.h\r
115\r
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116 ## @libraryclass Provides interfaces about Ipmi submit generic commond.\r
117 #\r
118 IpmiLib|Include/Library/IpmiLib.h\r
119\r
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120 ## @libraryclass Provides interfaces for platform to return root bridge information to PciHostBridgeDxe driver.\r
121 #\r
122 PciHostBridgeLib|Include/Library/PciHostBridgeLib.h\r
123\r
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124 ## @libraryclass Provides services to record memory profile of multilevel caller.\r
125 #\r
126 MemoryProfileLib|Include/Library/MemoryProfileLib.h\r
127\r
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128 ## @libraryclass Provides an interface for performing UEFI Graphics Output Protocol Video blt operations.\r
129 ##\r
130 FrameBufferBltLib|Include/Library/FrameBufferBltLib.h\r
131\r
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132 ## @libraryclass Provides services to authenticate a UEFI defined FMP Capsule.\r
133 #\r
134 FmpAuthenticationLib|Include/Library/FmpAuthenticationLib.h\r
135\r
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136 ## @libraryclass Provides a service to register non-discoverable device\r
137 ##\r
138 NonDiscoverableDeviceRegistrationLib|Include/Library/NonDiscoverableDeviceRegistrationLib.h\r
139\r
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140 ## @libraryclass Provides services to convert a BMP graphics image to a GOP BLT buffer\r
141 # and to convert a GOP BLT buffer to a BMP graphics image.\r
142 #\r
143 BmpSupportLib|Include/Library/BmpSupportLib.h\r
144\r
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145 ## @libraryclass Provides services to display completion progress when\r
146 # processing a firmware update that updates the firmware image in a firmware\r
147 # device. A platform may provide its own instance of this library class to\r
148 # customize how a user is informed of completion progress.\r
149 #\r
150 DisplayUpdateProgressLib|Include/Library/DisplayUpdateProgressLib.h\r
151\r
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152 ## @libraryclass This library contains helper functions for marshalling and\r
153 # registering new policies with the VariablePolicy infrastructure.\r
154 #\r
155 VariablePolicyHelperLib|Include/Library/VariablePolicyHelperLib.h\r
156\r
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157 ## @libraryclass Provides services to access UEFI variable flash information.\r
158 #\r
159 VariableFlashInfoLib|Include/Library/VariableFlashInfoLib.h\r
160\r
6bfbb5f0 161[Guids]\r
f02d0c0f 162 ## MdeModule package token space guid\r
a90ccab8 163 # Include/Guid/MdeModulePkgTokenSpace.h\r
f02d0c0f 164 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid = { 0xA1AFF049, 0xFDEB, 0x442a, { 0xB3, 0x20, 0x13, 0xAB, 0x4C, 0xB7, 0x2B, 0xBC }}\r
351986ae 165\r
f02d0c0f 166 ## Hob guid for Pcd DataBase\r
a90ccab8 167 # Include/Guid/PcdDataBaseHobGuid.h\r
351986ae 168 gPcdDataBaseHobGuid = { 0xEA296D92, 0x0B69, 0x423C, { 0x8C, 0x28, 0x33, 0xB4, 0xE0, 0xA9, 0x12, 0x68 }}\r
73850864 169\r
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170 ## Guid for PCD DataBase signature.\r
171 # Include/Guid/PcdDataBaseSignatureGuid.h\r
172 gPcdDataBaseSignatureGuid = { 0x3c7d193c, 0x682c, 0x4c14, { 0xa6, 0x8f, 0x55, 0x2d, 0xea, 0x4f, 0x43, 0x7e }}\r
173\r
5c526736 174 ## Guid for EDKII implementation GUIDed opcodes\r
97b2c9b5 175 # Include/Guid/MdeModuleHii.h\r
5c526736 176 gEfiIfrTianoGuid = { 0xf0b1735, 0x87a0, 0x4193, {0xb2, 0x66, 0x53, 0x8c, 0x38, 0xaf, 0x48, 0xce }}\r
73850864 177\r
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178 ## Guid for EDKII implementation extension, used to indaicate there are bit fields in the varstore.\r
179 # Include/Guid/MdeModuleHii.h\r
180 gEdkiiIfrBitVarstoreGuid = {0x82DDD68B, 0x9163, 0x4187, {0x9B, 0x27, 0x20, 0xA8, 0xFD, 0x60,0xA7, 0x1D}}\r
181\r
5c526736 182 ## Guid for Framework vfr GUIDed opcodes.\r
97b2c9b5 183 # Include/Guid/MdeModuleHii.h\r
5c526736 184 gEfiIfrFrameworkGuid = { 0x31ca5d1a, 0xd511, 0x4931, { 0xb7, 0x82, 0xae, 0x6b, 0x2b, 0x17, 0x8c, 0xd7 }}\r
73850864 185\r
f02d0c0f 186 ## Guid to specify the System Non Volatile FV\r
a90ccab8 187 # Include/Guid/SystemNvDataGuid.h\r
351986ae 188 gEfiSystemNvDataFvGuid = { 0xFFF12B8D, 0x7696, 0x4C8B, { 0xA9, 0x85, 0x27, 0x47, 0x07, 0x5B, 0x4F, 0x50 }}\r
73850864 189\r
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190 ## GUID used as the signature of FTW working block header.\r
191 # Include/Guid/SystemNvDataGuid.h\r
192 gEdkiiWorkingBlockSignatureGuid = { 0x9e58292b, 0x7c68, 0x497d, { 0xa0, 0xce, 0x65, 0x0, 0xfd, 0x9f, 0x1b, 0x95 }}\r
193\r
194 ## GUID used to build FTW last write data hob and install PPI to inform the check for FTW last write data has been done.\r
195 # Include/Guid/FaultTolerantWrite.h\r
196 gEdkiiFaultTolerantWriteGuid = { 0x1d3e9cb8, 0x43af, 0x490b, { 0x83, 0xa, 0x35, 0x16, 0xaa, 0x53, 0x20, 0x47 }}\r
197\r
f02d0c0f 198 ## Guid specify the device is the console out device.\r
a90ccab8 199 # Include/Guid/ConsoleOutDevice.h\r
351986ae 200 gEfiConsoleOutDeviceGuid = { 0xD3B36F2C, 0xD551, 0x11D4, { 0x9A, 0x46, 0x00, 0x90, 0x27, 0x3F, 0xC1, 0x4D }}\r
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202 ## Guid specify the device is the console in device.\r
a90ccab8 203 # Include/Guid/ConsoleInDevice.h\r
351986ae 204 gEfiConsoleInDeviceGuid = { 0xD3B36F2B, 0xD551, 0x11D4, { 0x9A, 0x46, 0x00, 0x90, 0x27, 0x3F, 0xC1, 0x4D }}\r
73850864 205\r
f02d0c0f 206 ## Hob and Variable guid specify the platform memory type information.\r
a90ccab8 207 # Include/Guid/MemoryTypeInformation.h\r
351986ae 208 gEfiMemoryTypeInformationGuid = { 0x4C19049F, 0x4137, 0x4DD3, { 0x9C, 0x10, 0x8B, 0x97, 0xA8, 0x3F, 0xFD, 0xFA }}\r
73850864 209\r
f02d0c0f 210 ## Capsule update hob and variable guid\r
a90ccab8 211 # Include/Guid/CapsuleVendor.h\r
351986ae 212 gEfiCapsuleVendorGuid = { 0x711C703F, 0xC285, 0x4B10, { 0xA3, 0xB0, 0x36, 0xEC, 0xBD, 0x3C, 0x8B, 0xE2 }}\r
73850864 213\r
f02d0c0f 214 ## Guid specifiy the device is the StdErr device.\r
a90ccab8 215 # Include/Guid/StandardErrorDevice.h\r
88f20127 216 gEfiStandardErrorDeviceGuid = { 0xD3B36F2D, 0xD551, 0x11D4, { 0x9A, 0x46, 0x00, 0x90, 0x27, 0x3F, 0xC1, 0x4D }}\r
73850864 217\r
3709c4cd 218 ## Guid acted as variable store header's signature and to specify the variable list entries put in the EFI system table.\r
a90ccab8 219 # Include/Guid/VariableFormat.h\r
3709c4cd 220 gEfiVariableGuid = { 0xddcf3616, 0x3275, 0x4164, { 0x98, 0xb6, 0xfe, 0x85, 0x70, 0x7f, 0xfe, 0x7d }}\r
73850864 221\r
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222 ## Guid acted as the authenticated variable store header's signature, and to specify the variable list entries put in the EFI system table.\r
223 # Include/Guid/AuthenticatedVariableFormat.h\r
224 gEfiAuthenticatedVariableGuid = { 0xaaf32c78, 0x947b, 0x439a, { 0xa1, 0x80, 0x2e, 0x14, 0x4e, 0xc3, 0x77, 0x92 } }\r
225\r
9725730b 226 # Include/Guid/VariableIndexTable.h\r
227 gEfiVariableIndexTableGuid = { 0x8cfdb8c8, 0xd6b2, 0x40f3, { 0x8e, 0x97, 0x02, 0x30, 0x7c, 0xc9, 0x8b, 0x7c }}\r
228\r
d00ed85e 229 ## Guid is defined for SMM variable module to notify SMM variable wrapper module when variable write service was ready.\r
230 # Include/Guid/SmmVariableCommon.h\r
231 gSmmVariableWriteGuid = { 0x93ba1826, 0xdffb, 0x45dd, { 0x82, 0xa7, 0xe7, 0xdc, 0xaa, 0x3b, 0xbd, 0xf3 }}\r
5fc1ae69 232\r
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233 ## Guid of the variable flash information HOB.\r
234 # Include/Guid/VariableFlashInfo.h\r
235 gVariableFlashInfoHobGuid = { 0x5d11c653, 0x8154, 0x4ac3, { 0xa8, 0xc2, 0xfb, 0xa2, 0x89, 0x20, 0xfc, 0x90 }}\r
236\r
2db4a77e 237 ## Performance protocol guid that also acts as the performance HOB guid and performance variable GUID\r
a90ccab8 238 # Include/Guid/Performance.h\r
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239 gPerformanceProtocolGuid = { 0x76B6BDFA, 0x2ACD, 0x4462, { 0x9E, 0x3F, 0xCB, 0x58, 0xC9, 0x69, 0xD9, 0x37 } }\r
240 gSmmPerformanceProtocolGuid = { 0xf866226a, 0xeaa5, 0x4f5a, { 0xa9, 0xa, 0x6c, 0xfb, 0xa5, 0x7c, 0x58, 0x8e } }\r
241 gPerformanceExProtocolGuid = { 0x1ea81bec, 0xf01a, 0x4d98, { 0xa2, 0x1, 0x4a, 0x61, 0xce, 0x2f, 0xc0, 0x22 } }\r
242 gSmmPerformanceExProtocolGuid = { 0x931fc048, 0xc71d, 0x4455, { 0x89, 0x30, 0x47, 0x6, 0x30, 0xe3, 0xe, 0xe5 } }\r
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243 # Include/Guid/PerformanceMeasurement.h\r
244 gEdkiiPerformanceMeasurementProtocolGuid = { 0xc85d06be, 0x5f75, 0x48ce, { 0xa8, 0x0f, 0x12, 0x36, 0xba, 0x3b, 0x87, 0xb1 } }\r
245 gEdkiiSmmPerformanceMeasurementProtocolGuid = { 0xd56b6d73, 0x1a7b, 0x4015, { 0x9b, 0xb4, 0x7b, 0x07, 0x17, 0x29, 0xed, 0x24 } }\r
1df7a023 246\r
76f1dde2 247 ## Guid is defined for CRC32 encapsulation scheme.\r
a90ccab8 248 # Include/Guid/Crc32GuidedSectionExtraction.h\r
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249 gEfiCrc32GuidedSectionExtractionGuid = { 0xFC1BCDB0, 0x7D31, 0x49aa, {0x93, 0x6A, 0xA4, 0x60, 0x0D, 0x9D, 0xD0, 0x83 } }\r
250\r
25126a05 251 ## Include/Guid/StatusCodeCallbackGuid.h\r
252 gStatusCodeCallbackGuid = {0xe701458c, 0x4900, 0x4ca5, {0xb7, 0x72, 0x3d, 0x37, 0x94, 0x9f, 0x79, 0x27}}\r
63886849 253\r
10c5d87e 254 ## GUID identifies status code records HOB that originate from the PEI status code\r
255 # Include/Guid/MemoryStatusCodeRecord.h\r
256 gMemoryStatusCodeRecordGuid = { 0x060CC026, 0x4C0D, 0x4DDA, { 0x8F, 0x41, 0x59, 0x5F, 0xEF, 0x00, 0xA5, 0x02 }}\r
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258 ## GUID used to pass DEBUG() macro information through the Status Code Protocol and Status Code PPI\r
259 # Include/Guid/StatusCodeDataTypeDebug.h\r
260 gEfiStatusCodeDataTypeDebugGuid = { 0x9A4E9246, 0xD553, 0x11D5, { 0x87, 0xE2, 0x00, 0x06, 0x29, 0x45, 0xC3, 0xB9 }}\r
261\r
5fc1ae69 262 ## A configuration Table Guid for Load module at fixed address\r
54ea99a7 263 # Include/Guid/LoadModuleAtFixedAddress.h\r
264 gLoadFixedAddressConfigurationTableGuid = { 0x2CA88B53,0xD296,0x4080, { 0xA4,0xA5,0xCA,0xD9,0xBA,0xE2,0x4B,0x9 } }\r
265\r
62a5bf63 266 ## GUID used to store the global debug mask value into an EFI Variable\r
5fc1ae69 267 # Include/Guid/DebugMask.h\r
62a5bf63 268 gEfiGenericVariableGuid = { 0x59d1c24f, 0x50f1, 0x401a, {0xb1, 0x01, 0xf3, 0x3e, 0x0d, 0xae, 0xd4, 0x43} }\r
5fc1ae69 269\r
54cd17e9 270 ## Event for the DXE Core to signal idle events\r
271 # Include/Guid/EventIdle.h\r
272 gIdleLoopEventGuid = { 0x3c8d294c, 0x5fc3, 0x4451, { 0xbb, 0x31, 0xc4, 0xc0, 0x32, 0x29, 0x5e, 0x6c } }\r
273\r
30c00a1c 274 ## Include/Guid/RecoveryDevice.h\r
275 gRecoveryOnFatUsbDiskGuid = { 0x0FFBCE19, 0x324C, 0x4690, { 0xA0, 0x09, 0x98, 0xC6, 0xAE, 0x2E, 0xB1, 0x86 }}\r
276\r
277 ## Include/Guid/RecoveryDevice.h\r
278 gRecoveryOnFatIdeDiskGuid = { 0xB38573B6, 0x6200, 0x4AC5, { 0xB5, 0x1D, 0x82, 0xE6, 0x59, 0x38, 0xD7, 0x83 }}\r
279\r
280 ## Include/Guid/RecoveryDevice.h\r
281 gRecoveryOnFatFloppyDiskGuid = { 0x2E3D2E75, 0x9B2E, 0x412D, { 0xB4, 0xB1, 0x70, 0x41, 0x6B, 0x87, 0x00, 0xFF }}\r
282\r
283 ## Include/Guid/RecoveryDevice.h\r
284 gRecoveryOnDataCdGuid = { 0x5CAC0099, 0x0DC9, 0x48E5, { 0x80, 0x68, 0xBB, 0x95, 0xF5, 0x40, 0x0A, 0x9F }}\r
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286 ## Include/Guid/RecoveryDevice.h\r
287 gRecoveryOnFatNvmeDiskGuid = { 0xC770A27F, 0x956A, 0x497A, { 0x85, 0x48, 0xE0, 0x61, 0x97, 0x58, 0x8B, 0xF6 }}\r
288\r
1c837cd5 289 ## Include/Guid/SmmLockBox.h\r
044824d9 290 gEfiSmmLockBoxCommunicationGuid = { 0x2a3cfebd, 0x27e8, 0x4d0a, { 0x8b, 0x79, 0xd6, 0x88, 0xc2, 0xa3, 0xe1, 0xc0 }}\r
1c837cd5 291\r
1261fe23 292 ## Include/Guid/AcpiS3Context.h\r
293 gEfiAcpiVariableGuid = { 0xAF9FFD67, 0xEC10, 0x488A, { 0x9D, 0xFC, 0x6C, 0xBF, 0x5E, 0xE2, 0x2C, 0x2E }}\r
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295 ## Include/Guid/AcpiS3Context.h\r
296 gEfiAcpiS3ContextGuid = { 0xef98d3a, 0x3e33, 0x497a, { 0xa4, 0x1, 0x77, 0xbe, 0x3e, 0xb7, 0x4f, 0x38 }}\r
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be46cd5f 298 ## Include/Guid/BootScriptExecutorVariable.h\r
299 gEfiBootScriptExecutorVariableGuid = { 0x3079818c, 0x46d4, 0x4a73, { 0xae, 0xf3, 0xe3, 0xe4, 0x6c, 0xf1, 0xee, 0xdb }}\r
300 gEfiBootScriptExecutorContextGuid = { 0x79cb58c4, 0xac51, 0x442f, { 0xaf, 0xd7, 0x98, 0xe4, 0x7d, 0x2e, 0x99, 0x8 }}\r
301\r
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302 ## Include/Guid/UsbKeyBoardLayout.h\r
303 gUsbKeyboardLayoutPackageGuid = { 0xc0f3b43, 0x44de, 0x4907, { 0xb4, 0x78, 0x22, 0x5f, 0x6f, 0x62, 0x89, 0xdc }}\r
304 gUsbKeyboardLayoutKeyGuid = { 0x3a4d7a7c, 0x18a, 0x4b42, { 0x81, 0xb3, 0xdc, 0x10, 0xe3, 0xb5, 0x91, 0xbd }}\r
5fc1ae69 305\r
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306 ## Include/Guid/HiiResourceSampleHii.h\r
307 gHiiResourceSamleFormSetGuid = { 0x4f4ef7f0, 0xaa29, 0x4ce9, { 0xba, 0x41, 0x64, 0x3e, 0x1, 0x23, 0xa9, 0x9f }}\r
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309 ## Include/Guid/DriverSampleHii.h\r
310 gDriverSampleFormSetGuid = { 0xA04A27f4, 0xDF00, 0x4D42, { 0xB5, 0x52, 0x39, 0x51, 0x13, 0x02, 0x11, 0x3D }}\r
311 gDriverSampleInventoryGuid = { 0xb3f56470, 0x6141, 0x4621, { 0x8f, 0x19, 0x70, 0x4e, 0x57, 0x7a, 0xa9, 0xe8 }}\r
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312 gEfiIfrRefreshIdOpGuid = { 0xF5E655D9, 0x02A6, 0x46f2, { 0x9E, 0x76, 0xB8, 0xBE, 0x8E, 0x60, 0xAB, 0x22 }}\r
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314 ## Include/Guid/PlatDriOverrideHii.h\r
315 gPlatformOverridesManagerGuid = { 0x8614567d, 0x35be, 0x4415, { 0x8d, 0x88, 0xbd, 0x7d, 0xc, 0x9c, 0x70, 0xc0 }}\r
316\r
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317 ## Include/Guid/ZeroGuid.h\r
318 gZeroGuid = { 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, {0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0}}\r
5fc1ae69 319\r
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320 ## Include/Guid/MtcVendor.h\r
321 gMtcVendorGuid = { 0xeb704011, 0x1402, 0x11d3, { 0x8e, 0x77, 0x0, 0xa0, 0xc9, 0x69, 0x72, 0x3b }}\r
322\r
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323 ## Guid for Firmware Performance Data Table (FPDT) implementation.\r
324 # Include/Guid/FirmwarePerformance.h\r
044824d9 325 gEfiFirmwarePerformanceGuid = { 0xc095791a, 0x3001, 0x47b2, { 0x80, 0xc9, 0xea, 0xc7, 0x31, 0x9f, 0x2f, 0xa4 }}\r
db91c620 326 gFirmwarePerformanceS3PointerGuid = { 0xdc65adc, 0xa973, 0x4130, { 0x8d, 0xf0, 0x2a, 0xdb, 0xeb, 0x9e, 0x4a, 0x31 }}\r
044824d9 327\r
328 ## Include/Guid/ExitBootServiceFailed.h\r
329 gEventExitBootServicesFailedGuid = { 0x4f6c5507, 0x232f, 0x4787, { 0xb9, 0x5e, 0x72, 0xf8, 0x62, 0x49, 0xc, 0xb1 } }\r
0284e90c 330\r
f58f3de0 331 ## Include/Guid/ConnectConInEvent.h\r
332 gConnectConInEventGuid = { 0xdb4e8151, 0x57ed, 0x4bed, { 0x88, 0x33, 0x67, 0x51, 0xb5, 0xd1, 0xa8, 0xd7 }}\r
333\r
69fc8f08
RN
334 ## Include/Guid/StatusCodeDataTypeVariable.h\r
335 gEdkiiStatusCodeDataTypeVariableGuid = { 0xf6ee6dbb, 0xd67f, 0x4ea0, { 0x8b, 0x96, 0x6a, 0x71, 0xb1, 0x9d, 0x84, 0xad }}\r
5fc1ae69 336\r
84edd20b
SZ
337 ## Include/Guid/MemoryProfile.h\r
338 gEdkiiMemoryProfileGuid = { 0x821c9a09, 0x541a, 0x40f6, { 0x9f, 0x43, 0xa, 0xd1, 0x93, 0xa1, 0x2c, 0xfe }}\r
94092aa6 339 gEdkiiSmmMemoryProfileGuid = { 0xe22bbcca, 0x516a, 0x46a8, { 0x80, 0xe2, 0x67, 0x45, 0xe8, 0x36, 0x93, 0xbd }}\r
69fc8f08 340\r
4edb1866
SZ
341 ## Include/Protocol/VarErrorFlag.h\r
342 gEdkiiVarErrorFlagGuid = { 0x4b37fe8, 0xf6ae, 0x480b, { 0xbd, 0xd5, 0x37, 0xd9, 0x8c, 0x5e, 0x89, 0xaa } }\r
343\r
841b2590
SB
344 ## GUID indicates the BROTLI custom compress/decompress algorithm.\r
345 gBrotliCustomDecompressGuid = { 0x3D532050, 0x5CDA, 0x4FD0, { 0x87, 0x9E, 0x0F, 0x7F, 0x63, 0x0D, 0x5A, 0xFB }}\r
346\r
a7adc5c5
LG
347 ## GUID indicates the LZMA custom compress/decompress algorithm.\r
348 # Include/Guid/LzmaDecompress.h\r
349 gLzmaCustomDecompressGuid = { 0xEE4E5898, 0x3914, 0x4259, { 0x9D, 0x6E, 0xDC, 0x7B, 0xD7, 0x94, 0x03, 0xCF }}\r
350 gLzmaF86CustomDecompressGuid = { 0xD42AE6BD, 0x1352, 0x4bfb, { 0x90, 0x9A, 0xCA, 0x72, 0xA6, 0xEA, 0xE8, 0x89 }}\r
351\r
6e3227c8
RF
352 ## Include/Guid/TtyTerm.h\r
353 gEfiTtyTermGuid = { 0x7d916d80, 0x5bb1, 0x458c, {0xa4, 0x8f, 0xe2, 0x5f, 0xdd, 0x51, 0xef, 0x94 }}\r
da63ba51
ZG
354 gEdkiiLinuxTermGuid = { 0xe4364a7f, 0xf825, 0x430e, {0x9d, 0x3a, 0x9c, 0x9b, 0xe6, 0x81, 0x7c, 0xa5 }}\r
355 gEdkiiXtermR6Guid = { 0xfbfca56b, 0xbb36, 0x4b78, {0xaa, 0xab, 0xbe, 0x1b, 0x97, 0xec, 0x7c, 0xcb }}\r
356 gEdkiiVT400Guid = { 0x8e46dddd, 0x3d49, 0x4a9d, {0xb8, 0x75, 0x3c, 0x08, 0x6f, 0x6a, 0xa2, 0xbd }}\r
357 gEdkiiSCOTermGuid = { 0xfc7dd6e0, 0x813c, 0x434d, {0xb4, 0xda, 0x3b, 0xd6, 0x49, 0xe9, 0xe1, 0x5a }}\r
6e3227c8 358\r
143f0b1d
ED
359 ## Include/Guid/HiiBootMaintenanceFormset.h\r
360 gEfiIfrBootMaintenanceGuid = { 0xb2dedc91, 0xd59f, 0x48d2, { 0x89, 0x8a, 0x12, 0x49, 0xc, 0x74, 0xa4, 0xe0 }}\r
3a2dc0f5
DB
361\r
362 gEfiIfrFrontPageGuid = { 0xe58809f8, 0xfbc1, 0x48e2, { 0x88, 0x3a, 0xa3, 0x0f, 0xdc, 0x4b, 0x44, 0x1e } }\r
363\r
20752cb8
HW
364 ## Include/Guid/RamDiskHii.h\r
365 gRamDiskFormSetGuid = { 0x2a46715f, 0x3581, 0x4a55, { 0x8e, 0x73, 0x2b, 0x76, 0x9a, 0xaa, 0x30, 0xc5 }}\r
366\r
1e01ea24
JY
367 ## Include/Guid/PiSmmCommunicationRegionTable.h\r
368 gEdkiiPiSmmCommunicationRegionTableGuid = { 0x4e28ca50, 0xd582, 0x44ac, {0xa1, 0x1f, 0xe3, 0xd5, 0x65, 0x26, 0xdb, 0x34}}\r
5fc1ae69 369\r
33745854
JY
370 ## Include/Guid/PiSmmMemoryAttributesTable.h\r
371 gEdkiiPiSmmMemoryAttributesTableGuid = { 0x6b9fd3f7, 0x16df, 0x45e8, {0xbd, 0x39, 0xb9, 0x4a, 0x66, 0x54, 0x1a, 0x5d}}\r
372\r
65fb940a
JY
373 ## Include/Guid/SmiHandlerProfile.h\r
374 gSmiHandlerProfileGuid = {0x49174342, 0x7108, 0x409b, {0x8b, 0xbe, 0x65, 0xfd, 0xa8, 0x53, 0x89, 0xf5}}\r
375\r
9598cdc2
AB
376 ## Include/Guid/NonDiscoverableDevice.h\r
377 gEdkiiNonDiscoverableAhciDeviceGuid = { 0xC7D35798, 0xE4D2, 0x4A93, {0xB1, 0x45, 0x54, 0x88, 0x9F, 0x02, 0x58, 0x4B } }\r
378 gEdkiiNonDiscoverableAmbaDeviceGuid = { 0x94440339, 0xCC93, 0x4506, {0xB4, 0xC6, 0xEE, 0x8D, 0x0F, 0x4C, 0xA1, 0x91 } }\r
379 gEdkiiNonDiscoverableEhciDeviceGuid = { 0xEAEE5615, 0x0CFD, 0x45FC, {0x87, 0x69, 0xA0, 0xD8, 0x56, 0x95, 0xAF, 0x85 } }\r
380 gEdkiiNonDiscoverableNvmeDeviceGuid = { 0xC5F25542, 0x2A79, 0x4A26, {0x81, 0xBB, 0x4E, 0xA6, 0x32, 0x33, 0xB3, 0x09 } }\r
381 gEdkiiNonDiscoverableOhciDeviceGuid = { 0xB20005B0, 0xBB2D, 0x496F, {0x86, 0x9C, 0x23, 0x0B, 0x44, 0x79, 0xE7, 0xD1 } }\r
382 gEdkiiNonDiscoverableSdhciDeviceGuid = { 0x1DD1D619, 0xF9B8, 0x463E, {0x86, 0x81, 0xD1, 0xDC, 0x7C, 0x07, 0xB7, 0x2C } }\r
383 gEdkiiNonDiscoverableUfsDeviceGuid = { 0x2EA77912, 0x80A8, 0x4947, {0xBE, 0x69, 0xCD, 0xD0, 0x0A, 0xFB, 0xE5, 0x56 } }\r
384 gEdkiiNonDiscoverableUhciDeviceGuid = { 0xA8CDA0A2, 0x4F37, 0x4A1B, {0x8E, 0x10, 0x8E, 0xF3, 0xCC, 0x3B, 0xF3, 0xA8 } }\r
385 gEdkiiNonDiscoverableXhciDeviceGuid = { 0xB1BE0BC5, 0x6C28, 0x442D, {0xAA, 0x37, 0x15, 0x1B, 0x42, 0x57, 0xBD, 0x78 } }\r
386\r
a391e592
AB
387 ## Include/Guid/PlatformHasAcpi.h\r
388 gEdkiiPlatformHasAcpiGuid = { 0xf0966b41, 0xc23f, 0x41b9, { 0x96, 0x04, 0x0f, 0xf7, 0xe1, 0x11, 0x96, 0x5a } }\r
389\r
73fef64f
LG
390 ## Include/Guid/ExtendedFirmwarePerformance.h\r
391 gEdkiiFpdtExtendedFirmwarePerformanceGuid = { 0x3b387bfd, 0x7abc, 0x4cf2, { 0xa0, 0xca, 0xb6, 0xa1, 0x6c, 0x1b, 0x1b, 0x25 } }\r
392\r
a85e7127
SZ
393 ## Include/Guid/EndofS3Resume.h\r
394 gEdkiiEndOfS3ResumeGuid = { 0x96f5296d, 0x05f7, 0x4f3c, {0x84, 0x67, 0xe4, 0x56, 0x89, 0x0e, 0x0c, 0xb5 } }\r
395\r
483449c9
BB
396 ## Used (similar to Variable Services) to communicate policies to the enforcement engine.\r
397 # {DA1B0D11-D1A7-46C4-9DC9-F3714875C6EB}\r
398 gVarCheckPolicyLibMmiHandlerGuid = { 0xda1b0d11, 0xd1a7, 0x46c4, { 0x9d, 0xc9, 0xf3, 0x71, 0x48, 0x75, 0xc6, 0xeb }}\r
399\r
8f558d8a
SZ
400 ## Include/Guid/S3SmmInitDone.h\r
401 gEdkiiS3SmmInitDoneGuid = { 0x8f9d4825, 0x797d, 0x48fc, { 0x84, 0x71, 0x84, 0x50, 0x25, 0x79, 0x2e, 0xf6 } }\r
402\r
112dcbd9
HW
403 ## Include/Guid/S3StorageDeviceInitList.h\r
404 gS3StorageDeviceInitListGuid = { 0x310e9b8c, 0xcf90, 0x421e, { 0x8e, 0x9b, 0x9e, 0xef, 0xb6, 0x17, 0xc8, 0xef } }\r
405\r
cf78c9d1
AP
406 ## Include/Guid/SerialPortLibVendor.h\r
407 gEdkiiSerialPortLibVendorGuid = { 0xD3987D4B, 0x971A, 0x435F, { 0x8C, 0xAF, 0x49, 0x67, 0xEB, 0x62, 0x72, 0x41 } }\r
408\r
1103ba94
WX
409 ## GUID indicates the capsule is to store Capsule On Disk file names.\r
410 gEdkiiCapsuleOnDiskNameGuid = { 0x98c80a4f, 0xe16b, 0x4d11, { 0x93, 0x9a, 0xab, 0xe5, 0x61, 0x26, 0x3, 0x30 } }\r
411\r
4b68cef0
GJ
412 ## Include/Guid/MigratedFvInfo.h\r
413 gEdkiiMigratedFvInfoGuid = { 0xc1ab12f7, 0x74aa, 0x408d, { 0xa2, 0xf4, 0xc6, 0xce, 0xfd, 0x17, 0x98, 0x71 } }\r
414\r
b597b6e2
ZL
415 #\r
416 # GUID defined in UniversalPayload\r
417 #\r
418 ## Include/UniversalPayload/PciRootBridges.h\r
419 gUniversalPayloadPciRootBridgeInfoGuid = { 0xec4ebacb, 0x2638, 0x416e, { 0xbe, 0x80, 0xe5, 0xfa, 0x4b, 0x51, 0x19, 0x01 }}\r
420\r
9d53e01e
ZL
421 ## Include/UniversalPayload/SmbiosTable.h\r
422 gUniversalPayloadSmbios3TableGuid = { 0x92b7896c, 0x3362, 0x46ce, { 0x99, 0xb3, 0x4f, 0x5e, 0x3c, 0x34, 0xeb, 0x42 } }\r
423\r
424 ## Include/UniversalPayload/SmbiosTable.h\r
425 gUniversalPayloadSmbiosTableGuid = { 0x590a0d26, 0x06e5, 0x4d20, { 0x8a, 0x82, 0x59, 0xea, 0x1b, 0x34, 0x98, 0x2d } }\r
426\r
75293330
ZL
427 ## Include/UniversalPayload/AcpiTable.h\r
428 gUniversalPayloadAcpiTableGuid = { 0x9f9a9506, 0x5597, 0x4515, { 0xba, 0xb6, 0x8b, 0xcd, 0xe7, 0x84, 0xba, 0x87 } }\r
429\r
c511426a
RN
430 ## Include/UniversalPayload/ExtraData.h\r
431 gUniversalPayloadExtraDataGuid = {0x15a5baf6, 0x1c91, 0x467d, {0x9d, 0xfb, 0x31, 0x9d, 0x17, 0x8d, 0x4b, 0xb4}}\r
432\r
ea0bd5f6
ZL
433 ## Include/UniversalPayload/SerialPortInfo.h\r
434 gUniversalPayloadSerialPortInfoGuid = { 0xaa7e190d, 0xbe21, 0x4409, { 0x8e, 0x67, 0xa2, 0xcd, 0xf, 0x61, 0xe1, 0x70 } }\r
435\r
2b47aaec
GB
436 ## GUID used for Boot Discovery Policy FormSet guid and related variables.\r
437 gBootDiscoveryPolicyMgrFormsetGuid = { 0x5b6f7107, 0xbb3c, 0x4660, { 0x92, 0xcd, 0x54, 0x26, 0x90, 0x28, 0x0b, 0xbd } }\r
438\r
4b1bf81c 439[Ppis]\r
ea060cfa 440 ## Include/Ppi/AtaController.h\r
441 gPeiAtaControllerPpiGuid = { 0xa45e60d1, 0xc719, 0x44aa, { 0xb0, 0x7a, 0xaa, 0x77, 0x7f, 0x85, 0x90, 0x6d }}\r
442\r
4b1bf81c 443 ## Include/Ppi/UsbHostController.h\r
444 gPeiUsbHostControllerPpiGuid = { 0x652B38A9, 0x77F4, 0x453F, { 0x89, 0xD5, 0xE7, 0xBD, 0xC3, 0x52, 0xFC, 0x53 }}\r
445\r
446 ## Include/Ppi/Usb2HostController.h\r
447 gPeiUsb2HostControllerPpiGuid = { 0xfedd6305, 0xe2d7, 0x4ed5, { 0x9f, 0xaa, 0xda, 0x8, 0xe, 0x33, 0x6c, 0x22 }}\r
448\r
449 ## Include/Ppi/UsbController.h\r
450 gPeiUsbControllerPpiGuid = { 0x3BC1F6DE, 0x693E, 0x4547, { 0xA3, 0x00, 0x21, 0x82, 0x3C, 0xA4, 0x20, 0xB2 }}\r
451\r
452 ## Include/Ppi/UsbIo.h\r
453 gPeiUsbIoPpiGuid = { 0x7C29785C, 0x66B9, 0x49FC, { 0xB7, 0x97, 0x1C, 0xA5, 0x55, 0x0E, 0xF2, 0x83 }}\r
454\r
ce2f13a3 455 ## Include/Ppi/SecPerformance.h\r
456 gPeiSecPerformancePpiGuid = { 0x0ecc666b, 0x4662, 0x47f9, { 0x9d, 0xd5, 0xd0, 0x96, 0xff, 0x7d, 0xa4, 0x9e }}\r
457\r
9fba8e7d 458 ## Include/Ppi/SmmCommunication.h\r
459 gEfiPeiSmmCommunicationPpiGuid = { 0xae933e1c, 0xcc47, 0x4e38, { 0x8f, 0xe, 0xe2, 0xf6, 0x1d, 0x26, 0x5, 0xdf }}\r
460\r
e7b7db36 461 ## Include/Ppi/SmmAccess.h\r
462 gPeiSmmAccessPpiGuid = { 0x268f33a9, 0xcccd, 0x48be, { 0x88, 0x17, 0x86, 0x5, 0x3a, 0xc3, 0x2e, 0xd6 }}\r
463\r
3e4df77f 464 ## Include/Ppi/SmmControl.h\r
465 gPeiSmmControlPpiGuid = { 0x61c68702, 0x4d7e, 0x4f43, { 0x8d, 0xef, 0xa7, 0x43, 0x5, 0xce, 0x74, 0xc5 }}\r
466\r
78df32f2 467 ## Include/Ppi/PostBootScriptTable.h\r
468 gPeiPostScriptTablePpiGuid = { 0x88c9d306, 0x900, 0x4eb5, { 0x82, 0x60, 0x3e, 0x2d, 0xbe, 0xda, 0x1f, 0x89}}\r
469\r
883e23d0
LG
470 ## Include/Ppi/SerialPortPei.h\r
471 gPeiSerialPortPpiGuid = { 0x490e9d85, 0x8aef, 0x4193, { 0x8e, 0x56, 0xf7, 0x34, 0xa9, 0xff, 0xac, 0x8b}}\r
472\r
0591696e
FT
473 ## Include/Ppi/UfsHostController.h\r
474 gEdkiiPeiUfsHostControllerPpiGuid = { 0xdc54b283, 0x1a77, 0x4cd6, { 0x83, 0xbb, 0xfd, 0xda, 0x46, 0x9a, 0x2e, 0xc6 }}\r
475\r
54b330a4
DB
476 ## Include/Ppi/IpmiPpi.h\r
477 gPeiIpmiPpiGuid = { 0xa9731431, 0xd968, 0x4277, { 0xb7, 0x52, 0xa3, 0xa9, 0xa6, 0xae, 0x18, 0x98 }}\r
478\r
48555339
FT
479 ## Include/Ppi/SdMmcHostController.h\r
480 gEdkiiPeiSdMmcHostControllerPpiGuid = { 0xb30dfeed, 0x947f, 0x4396, { 0xb1, 0x5a, 0xdf, 0xbd, 0xb9, 0x16, 0xdc, 0x24 }}\r
481\r
915a3a82
JY
482 ## Include/Ppi/IoMmu.h\r
483 gEdkiiIoMmuPpiGuid = { 0x70b0af26, 0xf847, 0x4bb6, { 0xaa, 0xb9, 0xcd, 0xe8, 0x4f, 0xc6, 0x14, 0x31 } }\r
484\r
99a6529e
MK
485 ## Include/Ppi/PlatformSpecificResetFilter.h\r
486 gEdkiiPlatformSpecificResetFilterPpiGuid = { 0x8c9f4de3, 0x7b90, 0x47ef, { 0x93, 0x8, 0x28, 0x7c, 0xec, 0xd6, 0x6d, 0xe8 } }\r
487\r
ce2697ab
BB
488 ## Include/Ppi/PlatformSpecificResetNotification.h\r
489 gEdkiiPlatformSpecificResetNotificationPpiGuid = { 0xe09f355d, 0xdae8, 0x4910, { 0xb1, 0x4a, 0x92, 0x78, 0xf, 0xdc, 0xf7, 0xcb } }\r
490\r
99a6529e
MK
491 ## Include/Ppi/PlatformSpecificResetHandler.h\r
492 gEdkiiPlatformSpecificResetHandlerPpiGuid = { 0x75cf14ae, 0x3441, 0x49dc, { 0xaa, 0x10, 0xbb, 0x35, 0xa7, 0xba, 0x8b, 0xab } }\r
493\r
508acb5f
HW
494 ## Include/Ppi/NvmExpressHostController.h\r
495 gEdkiiPeiNvmExpressHostControllerPpiGuid = { 0xcae3aa63, 0x676f, 0x4da3, { 0xbd, 0x50, 0x6c, 0xc5, 0xed, 0xde, 0x9a, 0xad } }\r
496\r
af2cf989
HW
497 ## Include/Ppi/AtaAhciController.h\r
498 gEdkiiPeiAtaAhciHostControllerPpiGuid = { 0x61dd33ea, 0x421f, 0x4cc0, { 0x89, 0x29, 0xff, 0xee, 0xa9, 0xa1, 0xa2, 0x61 } }\r
499\r
110dfcd9
HW
500 ## Include/Ppi/StorageSecurityCommand.h\r
501 gEdkiiPeiStorageSecurityCommandPpiGuid = { 0x35de0b4e, 0x30fb, 0x46c3, { 0xbd, 0x84, 0x1f, 0xdb, 0xa1, 0x58, 0xbb, 0x56 } }\r
502\r
caa7cbbf
HW
503 ## Include/Ppi/AtaPassThru.h\r
504 gEdkiiPeiAtaPassThruPpiGuid = { 0xa16473fd, 0xd474, 0x4c89, { 0xae, 0xc7, 0x90, 0xb8, 0x3c, 0x73, 0x86, 0x9 } }\r
505\r
52e22c60
ZG
506 ## Include/Ppi/Debug.h\r
507 gEdkiiDebugPpiGuid = { 0x999e699c, 0xb013, 0x475e, { 0xb1, 0x7b, 0xf3, 0xa8, 0xae, 0x5c, 0x48, 0x75 } }\r
508\r
4128d8a8
CM
509 ## Include/Ppi/NvmExpressPassThru.h\r
510 gEdkiiPeiNvmExpressPassThruPpiGuid = { 0x6af31b2c, 0x3be, 0x46c1, { 0xb1, 0x2d, 0xea, 0x4a, 0x36, 0xdf, 0xa7, 0x4c } }\r
511\r
1103ba94
WX
512 ## Include/Ppi/CapsuleOnDisk.h\r
513 gEdkiiPeiCapsuleOnDiskPpiGuid = { 0x71a9ea61, 0x5a35, 0x4a5d, { 0xac, 0xef, 0x9c, 0xf8, 0x6d, 0x6d, 0x67, 0xe0 } }\r
514 gEdkiiPeiBootInCapsuleOnDiskModePpiGuid = { 0xb08a11e4, 0xe2b7, 0x4b75, { 0xb5, 0x15, 0xaf, 0x61, 0x6, 0x68, 0xbf, 0xd1 } }\r
515\r
6bfbb5f0 516[Protocols]\r
023c0fec 517 ## Load File protocol provides capability to load and unload EFI image into memory and execute it.\r
a90ccab8
LG
518 # Include/Protocol/LoadPe32Image.h\r
519 # This protocol is deprecated. Native EDKII module should NOT use this protocol to load/unload image.\r
520 # If developer need implement such functionality, they should use BasePeCoffLib.\r
023c0fec 521 gEfiLoadPeImageProtocolGuid = { 0x5CB5C776, 0x60D5, 0x45EE, { 0x88, 0x3C, 0x45, 0x27, 0x08, 0xCD, 0x74, 0x3F }}\r
73850864 522\r
e43adbaf 523 ## Print protocols define basic print functions to print the format unicode and ascii string.\r
a90ccab8 524 # Include/Protocol/Print2.h\r
504dcb0a 525 gEfiPrint2ProtocolGuid = { 0xf05976ef, 0x83f1, 0x4f3d, { 0x86, 0x19, 0xf7, 0x59, 0x5d, 0x41, 0xe5, 0x38 } }\r
e43adbaf 526 gEfiPrint2SProtocolGuid = { 0xcc252d2, 0xc106, 0x4661, { 0xb5, 0xbd, 0x31, 0x47, 0xa4, 0xf8, 0x1f, 0x92 } }\r
2dd4c603 527\r
346cf9ac 528 ## This protocol defines the generic memory test interfaces in Dxe phase.\r
a90ccab8 529 # Include/Protocol/GenericMemoryTest.h\r
351986ae 530 gEfiGenericMemTestProtocolGuid = { 0x309DE7F1, 0x7F5E, 0x4ACE, { 0xB4, 0x9C, 0x53, 0x1B, 0xE5, 0xAA, 0x95, 0xEF }}\r
73850864 531\r
2b2efe33
PB
532 ## This protocol defines the Debugger Configuration interface.\r
533 # Include/Protocol/DebuggerConfiguration.h\r
534 gEfiDebuggerConfigurationProtocolGuid = { 0x577d959c, 0xe967, 0x4546, { 0x86, 0x20, 0xc7, 0x78, 0xfa, 0xe5, 0xda, 0x05 }}\r
535\r
85e923a5
LG
536 ## Fault Tolerant Write protocol provides boot-time service to do fault tolerant write capability for block devices.\r
537 # Include/Protocol/FaultTolerantWrite.h\r
538 gEfiFaultTolerantWriteProtocolGuid = { 0x3EBD9E82, 0x2C78, 0x4DE6, { 0x97, 0x86, 0x8D, 0x4B, 0xFC, 0xB7, 0xC8, 0x81 }}\r
73850864 539\r
8a2d4996 540 ## This protocol provides boot-time service to do fault tolerant write capability for block devices in SMM environment.\r
541 # Include/Protocol/SmmFaultTolerantWrite.h\r
542 gEfiSmmFaultTolerantWriteProtocolGuid = { 0x3868fc3b, 0x7e45, 0x43a7, { 0x90, 0x6c, 0x4b, 0xa4, 0x7d, 0xe1, 0x75, 0x4d }}\r
5fc1ae69 543\r
85e923a5
LG
544 ## This protocol is used to abstract the swap operation of boot block and backup block of boot FV.\r
545 # Include/Protocol/SwapAddressRange.h\r
546 gEfiSwapAddressRangeProtocolGuid = { 0x1259F60D, 0xB754, 0x468E, { 0xA7, 0x89, 0x4D, 0xB8, 0x5D, 0x55, 0xE8, 0x7E }}\r
5fc1ae69 547\r
8a2d4996 548 ## This protocol is used to abstract the swap operation of boot block and backup block of boot FV in SMM environment.\r
549 # Include/Protocol/SmmSwapAddressRange.h\r
550 gEfiSmmSwapAddressRangeProtocolGuid = { 0x67c4f112, 0x3385, 0x4e55, { 0x9c, 0x5b, 0xc0, 0x5b, 0x71, 0x7c, 0x42, 0x28 }}\r
5fc1ae69 551\r
8a2d4996 552 ## This protocol is intended for use as a means to store data in the EFI SMM environment.\r
553 # Include/Protocol/SmmVariableProtocol.h\r
554 gEfiSmmVariableProtocolGuid = { 0xed32d533, 0x99e6, 0x4209, { 0x9c, 0xc0, 0x2d, 0x72, 0xcd, 0xd9, 0x98, 0xa7 }}\r
555\r
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556 ## This protocol is intended for use as a means to mark a variable read-only after the event EFI_END_OF_DXE_EVENT_GUID is signaled.\r
557 # Include/Protocol/VariableLock.h\r
558 gEdkiiVariableLockProtocolGuid = { 0xcd3d0a05, 0x9e24, 0x437c, { 0xa8, 0x91, 0x1e, 0xe0, 0x53, 0xdb, 0x76, 0x38 }}\r
559\r
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560 ## Include/Protocol/VarCheck.h\r
561 gEdkiiVarCheckProtocolGuid = { 0xaf23b340, 0x97b4, 0x4685, { 0x8d, 0x4f, 0xa3, 0xf2, 0x81, 0x69, 0xb2, 0x1d } }\r
562\r
563 ## Include/Protocol/SmmVarCheck.h\r
564 gEdkiiSmmVarCheckProtocolGuid = { 0xb0d8f3c1, 0xb7de, 0x4c11, { 0xbc, 0x89, 0x2f, 0xb5, 0x62, 0xc8, 0xc4, 0x11 } }\r
565\r
8a2d4996 566 ## This protocol is similar with DXE FVB protocol and used in the UEFI SMM evvironment.\r
567 # Include/Protocol/SmmFirmwareVolumeBlock.h\r
568 gEfiSmmFirmwareVolumeBlockProtocolGuid = { 0xd326d041, 0xbd31, 0x4c01, { 0xb5, 0xa8, 0x62, 0x8b, 0xe8, 0x7f, 0x6, 0x53 }}\r
73850864 569\r
62a5bf63 570 ## This protocol allows the error level mask for DEBUG() macros to be adjusted for DXE Phase modules\r
5fc1ae69 571 # Include/Guid/DebugMask.h\r
62a5bf63 572 gEfiDebugMaskProtocolGuid = { 0x4c8a2451, 0xc207, 0x405b, {0x96, 0x94, 0x99, 0xea, 0x13, 0x25, 0x13, 0x41} }\r
1c837cd5 573\r
574 ## Include/Protocol/LockBox.h\r
575 gEfiLockBoxProtocolGuid = { 0xbd445d79, 0xb7ad, 0x4f04, { 0x9a, 0xd8, 0x29, 0xbd, 0x20, 0x40, 0xeb, 0x3c }}\r
5fc1ae69 576\r
0a48ffb0 577 ## Include/Protocol/FormBrowserEx.h\r
2fa0e11d 578 gEdkiiFormBrowserExProtocolGuid = { 0x1f73b18d, 0x4630, 0x43c1, { 0xa1, 0xde, 0x6f, 0x80, 0x85, 0x5d, 0x7d, 0xa4 } }\r
48a9d5f7 579\r
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580 ## Include/Protocol/EbcVmTest.h\r
581 gEfiEbcVmTestProtocolGuid = { 0xAAEACCFD, 0xF27B, 0x4C17, { 0xB6, 0x10, 0x75, 0xCA, 0x1F, 0x2D, 0xFB, 0x52 } }\r
582\r
583 ## Include/Protocol/EbcSimpleDebugger.h\r
584 gEfiEbcSimpleDebuggerProtocolGuid = { 0x2a72d11e, 0x7376, 0x40f6, { 0x9c, 0x68, 0x23, 0xfa, 0x2f, 0xe3, 0x63, 0xf1 } }\r
e2988e66 585\r
586 ## Include/Protocol/BootLogo.h\r
587 gEfiBootLogoProtocolGuid = { 0xcdea2bd3, 0xfc25, 0x4c1c, { 0xb9, 0x7c, 0xb3, 0x11, 0x86, 0x6, 0x49, 0x90 } }\r
588\r
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589 # Include/Protocol/BootLogo2.h\r
590 gEdkiiBootLogo2ProtocolGuid = { 0x4b5dc1df, 0x1eaa, 0x48b2, { 0xa7, 0xe9, 0xea, 0xc4, 0x89, 0xa0, 0xb, 0x5c } }\r
591\r
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592 ## Include/Protocol/DisplayProtocol.h\r
593 gEdkiiFormDisplayEngineProtocolGuid = { 0x9bbe29e9, 0xfda1, 0x41ec, { 0xad, 0x52, 0x45, 0x22, 0x13, 0x74, 0x2d, 0x2e } }\r
594\r
595 ## Include/Protocol/FormBrowserEx2.h\r
596 gEdkiiFormBrowserEx2ProtocolGuid = { 0xa770c357, 0xb693, 0x4e6d, { 0xa6, 0xcf, 0xd2, 0x1c, 0x72, 0x8e, 0x55, 0xb } }\r
597\r
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598 ## Include/Protocol/UfsHostController.h\r
599 gEdkiiUfsHostControllerProtocolGuid = { 0xebc01af5, 0x7a9, 0x489e, { 0xb7, 0xce, 0xdc, 0x8, 0x9e, 0x45, 0x9b, 0x2f } }\r
5fc1ae69 600\r
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601 ## Include/Protocol/UfsHostControllerPlatform.h\r
602 gEdkiiUfsHcPlatformProtocolGuid = { 0x3d18ba13, 0xd9b1, 0x4dd4, {0xb9, 0x16, 0xd3, 0x07, 0x96, 0x53, 0x9e, 0xd8}}\r
603\r
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604 ## Include/Protocol/EsrtManagement.h\r
605 gEsrtManagementProtocolGuid = { 0xa340c064, 0x723c, 0x4a9c, { 0xa4, 0xdd, 0xd5, 0xb4, 0x7a, 0x26, 0xfb, 0xb0 }}\r
0591696e 606\r
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607 ## Include/Protocol/SmmExitBootServices.h\r
608 gEdkiiSmmExitBootServicesProtocolGuid = { 0x296eb418, 0xc4c8, 0x4e05, { 0xab, 0x59, 0x39, 0xe8, 0xaf, 0x56, 0xf0, 0xa } }\r
609\r
610 ## Include/Protocol/SmmLegacyBoot.h\r
611 gEdkiiSmmLegacyBootProtocolGuid = { 0x85a8ab57, 0x644, 0x4110, { 0x85, 0xf, 0x98, 0x13, 0x22, 0x4, 0x70, 0x70 } }\r
612\r
613 ## Include/Protocol/SmmReadyToBoot.h\r
614 gEdkiiSmmReadyToBootProtocolGuid = { 0x6e057ecf, 0xfa99, 0x4f39, { 0x95, 0xbc, 0x59, 0xf9, 0x92, 0x1d, 0x17, 0xe4 } }\r
615\r
6313eb25 616 ## Include/Protocol/PlatformLogo.h\r
e0ac9c8a 617 gEdkiiPlatformLogoProtocolGuid = { 0x53cd299f, 0x2bc1, 0x40c0, { 0x8c, 0x07, 0x23, 0xf6, 0x4f, 0xdb, 0x30, 0xe0 } }\r
6313eb25 618\r
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619 ## Include/Protocol/FileExplorer.h\r
620 gEfiFileExplorerProtocolGuid = { 0x2C03C536, 0x4594, 0x4515, { 0x9E, 0x7A, 0xD3, 0xD2, 0x04, 0xFE, 0x13, 0x63 } }\r
621\r
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622 ## Include/Protocol/IpmiProtocol.h\r
623 gIpmiProtocolGuid = { 0xdbc6381f, 0x5554, 0x4d14, { 0x8f, 0xfd, 0x76, 0xd7, 0x87, 0xb8, 0xac, 0xbf } }\r
624 gSmmIpmiProtocolGuid = { 0x5169af60, 0x8c5a, 0x4243, { 0xb3, 0xe9, 0x56, 0xc5, 0x6d, 0x18, 0xee, 0x26 } }\r
625\r
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626 ## PS/2 policy protocol abstracts the specific platform initialization and setting.\r
627 # Include/Protocol/Ps2Policy.h\r
628 gEfiPs2PolicyProtocolGuid = { 0x4DF19259, 0xDC71, 0x4D46, { 0xBE, 0xF1, 0x35, 0x7B, 0xB5, 0x78, 0xC4, 0x18 } }\r
629\r
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630 ## Include/Protocol/NonDiscoverableDevice.h\r
631 gEdkiiNonDiscoverableDeviceProtocolGuid = { 0x0d51905b, 0xb77e, 0x452a, {0xa2, 0xc0, 0xec, 0xa0, 0xcc, 0x8d, 0x51, 0x4a } }\r
632\r
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633 ## Include/Protocol/IoMmu.h\r
634 gEdkiiIoMmuProtocolGuid = { 0x4e939de9, 0xd948, 0x4b0f, { 0x88, 0xed, 0xe6, 0xe1, 0xce, 0x51, 0x7c, 0x1e } }\r
635\r
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636 ## Include/Protocol/DeviceSecurity.h\r
637 gEdkiiDeviceSecurityProtocolGuid = { 0x5d6b38c8, 0x5510, 0x4458, { 0xb4, 0x8d, 0x95, 0x81, 0xcf, 0xa7, 0xb0, 0xd } }\r
638 gEdkiiDeviceIdentifierTypePciGuid = { 0x2509b2f1, 0xa022, 0x4cca, { 0xaf, 0x70, 0xf9, 0xd3, 0x21, 0xfb, 0x66, 0x49 } }\r
639 gEdkiiDeviceIdentifierTypeUsbGuid = { 0x7394f350, 0x394d, 0x488c, { 0xbb, 0x75, 0xc, 0xab, 0x7b, 0x12, 0xa, 0xc5 } }\r
640\r
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641 ## Include/Protocol/SmmMemoryAttribute.h\r
642 gEdkiiSmmMemoryAttributeProtocolGuid = { 0x69b792ea, 0x39ce, 0x402d, { 0xa2, 0xa6, 0xf7, 0x21, 0xde, 0x35, 0x1d, 0xfe } }\r
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644 ## Include/Protocol/SdMmcOverride.h\r
645 gEdkiiSdMmcOverrideProtocolGuid = { 0xeaf9e3c1, 0xc9cd, 0x46db, { 0xa5, 0xe5, 0x5a, 0x12, 0x4c, 0x83, 0x23, 0x23 } }\r
646\r
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647 ## Include/Protocol/PlatformSpecificResetFilter.h\r
648 gEdkiiPlatformSpecificResetFilterProtocolGuid = { 0x695d7835, 0x8d47, 0x4c11, { 0xab, 0x22, 0xfa, 0x8a, 0xcc, 0xe7, 0xae, 0x7a } }\r
649 ## Include/Protocol/PlatformSpecificResetHandler.h\r
650 gEdkiiPlatformSpecificResetHandlerProtocolGuid = { 0x2df6ba0b, 0x7092, 0x440d, { 0xbd, 0x4, 0xfb, 0x9, 0x1e, 0xc3, 0xf3, 0xc1 } }\r
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652 ## Include/Protocol/FirmwareManagementProgress.h\r
653 gEdkiiFirmwareManagementProgressProtocolGuid = { 0x1849bda2, 0x6952, 0x4e86, { 0xa1, 0xdb, 0x55, 0x9a, 0x3c, 0x47, 0x9d, 0xf1 } }\r
654\r
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655 ## Include/Protocol/AtaAtapiPolicy.h\r
656 gEdkiiAtaAtapiPolicyProtocolGuid = { 0xe59cd769, 0x5083, 0x4f26,{ 0x90, 0x94, 0x6c, 0x91, 0x9f, 0x91, 0x6c, 0x4e } }\r
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658 ## Include/Protocol/PeCoffImageEmulator.h\r
659 gEdkiiPeCoffImageEmulatorProtocolGuid = { 0x96f46153, 0x97a7, 0x4793, { 0xac, 0xc1, 0xfa, 0x19, 0xbf, 0x78, 0xea, 0x97 } }\r
660\r
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661 ## Include/Protocol/PlatformBootManager.h\r
662 gEdkiiPlatformBootManagerProtocolGuid = { 0xaa17add4, 0x756c, 0x460d, { 0x94, 0xb8, 0x43, 0x88, 0xd7, 0xfb, 0x3e, 0x59 } }\r
663\r
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664#\r
665# [Error.gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid]\r
666# 0x80000001 | Invalid value provided.\r
667# 0x80000002 | Reserved bits must be set to zero.\r
668# 0x80000003 | Incorrect progress code provided.\r
669# 0x80000004 | Invalid foreground color specified.\r
670# 0x80000005 | Invalid background color specified.\r
671# 0x80000006 | Incorrect error code provided.\r
672#\r
673\r
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674 ## Include/Protocol/VariablePolicy.h\r
675 gEdkiiVariablePolicyProtocolGuid = { 0x81D1675C, 0x86F6, 0x48DF, { 0xBD, 0x95, 0x9A, 0x6E, 0x4F, 0x09, 0x25, 0xC3 } }\r
676\r
a86ae184 677[PcdsFeatureFlag]\r
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678 ## Indicates if the platform can support update capsule across a system reset.<BR><BR>\r
679 # TRUE - Supports update capsule across a system reset.<BR>\r
680 # FALSE - Does not support update capsule across a system reset.<BR>\r
681 # @Prompt Enable update capsule across a system reset.\r
109e9a61 682 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSupportUpdateCapsuleReset|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x0001001d\r
73850864 683\r
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684 ## Indicates if all PCD PPI services will be enabled.<BR><BR>\r
685 # TRUE - All PCD PPI services will be produced.<BR>\r
686 # FALSE - Minimal PCD PPI services (only GetService) will be produced.<BR>\r
687 # @Prompt Enable full PEI PCD services.\r
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688 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPeiFullPcdDatabaseEnable|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010020\r
689\r
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690 ## Indicates if the Device Path To Text Protocol should be produced by the platform.\r
691 # It can be disabled to save size.<BR><BR>\r
692 # TRUE - Device Path To Text Protocol will be produced.<BR>\r
693 # FALSE - Device Path To Text Protocol will not be produced.<BR>\r
694 # @Prompt Enable Device Path to Text support.\r
348c8131 695 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdDevicePathSupportDevicePathToText|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010037\r
73850864 696\r
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697 ## Indicates if the Device Path From Text Protocol should be produced by the platform.\r
698 # It can be disabled to save size.<BR><BR>\r
699 # TRUE - Device Path From Text Protocol will be produced.<BR>\r
700 # FALSE - Device Path From Text Protocol will not be produced.<BR>\r
701 # @Prompt Enable Device Path From Text support.\r
348c8131 702 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdDevicePathSupportDevicePathFromText|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010038\r
73850864 703\r
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704 ## Indicates if the UEFI variable runtime cache should be enabled.\r
705 # This setting only applies if SMM variables are enabled. When enabled, all variable\r
706 # data for Runtime Service GetVariable () and GetNextVariableName () calls is retrieved\r
707 # from a runtime data buffer referred to as the "runtime cache". An SMI is not triggered\r
708 # at all for these requests. Variables writes still trigger an SMI. This can greatly\r
709 # reduce overall system SMM usage as most boots tend to issue far more variable reads\r
710 # than writes.<BR><BR>\r
711 # TRUE - The UEFI variable runtime cache is enabled.<BR>\r
712 # FALSE - The UEFI variable runtime cache is disabled.<BR>\r
713 # @Prompt Enable the UEFI variable runtime cache.\r
e07b7d02 714 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdEnableVariableRuntimeCache|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010039\r
aab3b9b9 715\r
fe44bae5 716 ## Indicates if the statistics about variable usage will be collected. This information is\r
fc9da5a6 717 # stored as a vendor configuration table into the EFI system table.\r
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718 # Set this PCD to TRUE to use VariableInfo application in MdeModulePkg\Application directory to get\r
719 # variable usage info. VariableInfo application will not output information if not set to TRUE.<BR><BR>\r
720 # TRUE - Statistics about variable usage will be collected.<BR>\r
721 # FALSE - Statistics about variable usage will not be collected.<BR>\r
722 # @Prompt Enable variable statistics collection.\r
33a5a666 723 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdVariableCollectStatistics|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x0001003f\r
73850864 724\r
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725 ## Indicates if Unicode Collation Protocol will be installed.<BR><BR>\r
726 # TRUE - Installs Unicode Collation Protocol.<BR>\r
727 # FALSE - Does not install Unicode Collation Protocol.<BR>\r
728 # @Prompt Enable Unicode Collation support.\r
ac12a167 729 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdUnicodeCollationSupport|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010040\r
73850864 730\r
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731 ## Indicates if Unicode Collation 2 Protocol will be installed.<BR><BR>\r
732 # TRUE - Installs Unicode Collation 2 Protocol.<BR>\r
733 # FALSE - Does not install Unicode Collation 2 Protocol.<BR>\r
734 # @Prompt Enable Unicode Collation 2 support.\r
ac12a167 735 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdUnicodeCollation2Support|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010041\r
73850864 736\r
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737 ## Indicates if Graphics Output Protocol will be installed on virtual handle created by ConsplitterDxe.\r
738 # It could be set FALSE to save size.<BR><BR>\r
739 # TRUE - Installs Graphics Output Protocol on virtual handle created by ConsplitterDxe.<BR>\r
740 # FALSE - Does not install Graphics Output Protocol on virtual handle created by ConsplitterDxe.<BR>\r
741 # @Prompt Enable ConOut GOP support.\r
d0c64728 742 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdConOutGopSupport|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010042\r
73850864 743\r
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744 ## Indicates if UGA Draw Protocol will be installed on virtual handle created by ConsplitterDxe.\r
745 # It could be set FALSE to save size.<BR><BR>\r
746 # TRUE - Installs UGA Draw Protocol on virtual handle created by ConsplitterDxe.<BR>\r
747 # FALSE - Does not install UGA Draw Protocol on virtual handle created by ConsplitterDxe.<BR>\r
748 # @Prompt Enable ConOut UGA support.\r
d0c64728 749 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdConOutUgaSupport|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010043\r
73850864 750\r
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751 ## Indicates PeiCore will first search TE section from the PEIM to load the image, or PE32 section, when PeiCore dispatches a PEI module.\r
752 # This PCD is used to tune PEI phase performance to reduce the search image time.\r
753 # It can be set according to the generated image section type.<BR><BR>\r
754 # TRUE - PeiCore will first search TE section from PEIM to load the image, if TE section is not found, then PeiCore will search PE section.<BR>\r
755 # FALSE - PeiCore will first search PE section from PEIM to load the image.<BR>\r
756 # @Prompt PeiCore search TE section first.\r
3076397e 757 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPeiCoreImageLoaderSearchTeSectionFirst|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010044\r
73850864 758\r
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759 ## Indicates if to turn off the support of legacy usb. So legacy usb device driver can not make use of SMI\r
760 # interrupt to access usb device in the case of absence of usb stack.\r
761 # DUET platform requires the token to be TRUE.<BR><BR>\r
762 # TRUE - Turn off usb legacy support.<BR>\r
763 # FALSE - Does not turn off usb legacy support.<BR>\r
35c77dae 764 # @Prompt Turn off USB legacy support.\r
cc582cff 765 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdTurnOffUsbLegacySupport|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x00010047\r
5fc1ae69 766\r
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767 ## Indicates if HiiImageProtocol will be installed.\r
768 # FALSE is for size reduction.<BR><BR>\r
769 # TRUE - Installs HiiImageProtocol.<BR>\r
770 # FALSE - Does not install HiiImageProtocol.<BR>\r
771 # @Prompt Enable HII image support.\r
813acf3a 772 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSupportHiiImageProtocol|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010100\r
73850864 773\r
fe44bae5 774 ## Indicates if USB KeyBoard Driver disables the default keyboard layout.\r
a8e1ed54 775 # The default keyboard layout serves as the backup when no keyboard layout can be retrieved\r
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776 # from HII database.<BR><BR>\r
777 # TRUE - USB KeyBoard Driver will disable the default keyboard layout.<BR>\r
778 # FALSE - USB KeyBoard Driver will not disable the default keyboard layout.<BR>\r
779 # @Prompt Disable default keyboard layout in USB KeyBoard Driver.\r
813acf3a 780 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdDisableDefaultKeyboardLayoutInUsbKbDriver|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x00010200\r
88f20127 781\r
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782 ## Indicates if HelloWorld Application will print the verbose information.\r
783 # This PCD is a sample to explain FeatureFlag PCD usage.<BR><BR>\r
784 # TRUE - HelloWorld Application will print the verbose information.<BR>\r
785 # FALSE - HelloWorld Application will not print the verbose information.<BR>\r
786 # @Prompt Enable HelloWorld print.\r
223c22d8 787 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdHelloWorldPrintEnable|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x0001200a\r
41ad45c2 788\r
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789 ## Indicates if FULL FTW protocol services (total six APIs) will be produced.<BR><BR>\r
790 # TRUE - Produces FULL FTW protocol services (total six APIs).<BR>\r
791 # FALSE - Only FTW Write service is available.<BR>\r
792 # @Prompt Enable FULL FTW services.\r
72670d3e 793 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFullFtwServiceEnable|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x0001200b\r
794\r
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795 ## Indicates if DXE IPL supports the UEFI decompression algorithm.<BR><BR>\r
796 # TRUE - DXE IPL will support UEFI decompression.<BR>\r
797 # FALSE - DXE IPL will not support UEFI decompression to save space.<BR>\r
798 # @Prompt Enable UEFI decompression support in DXE IPL.\r
72670d3e 799 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdDxeIplSupportUefiDecompress|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x0001200c\r
85e923a5 800\r
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801 ## Indicates if PciBus driver supports the hot plug device.<BR><BR>\r
802 # TRUE - PciBus driver supports the hot plug device.<BR>\r
803 # FALSE - PciBus driver doesn't support the hot plug device.<BR>\r
804 # @Prompt Enable PciBus hot plug device support.\r
9060e3ec 805 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPciBusHotplugDeviceSupport|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x0001003d\r
806\r
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807 ## Indicates if the PciBus driver probes non-standard, such as 2K/1K/512, granularity for PCI to PCI bridge I/O window.<BR><BR>\r
808 # TRUE - PciBus driver probes non-standard granularity for PCI to PCI bridge I/O window.<BR>\r
809 # FALSE - PciBus driver doesn't probe non-standard granularity for PCI to PCI bridge I/O window.<BR>\r
810 # @Prompt Enable PCI bridge IO alignment probe.\r
b3ec9b56 811 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPciBridgeIoAlignmentProbe|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x0001004e\r
fe44bae5 812\r
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813 ## Indicates if PEI phase StatusCode will be replayed in DXE phase.<BR><BR>\r
814 # TRUE - Replays PEI phase StatusCode in DXE phased.<BR>\r
815 # FALSE - Does not replay PEI phase StatusCode in DXE phase.<BR>\r
816 # @Prompt Enable PEI StatusCode replay in DXE phase\r
10c5d87e 817 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdStatusCodeReplayIn|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x0001002d\r
9060e3ec 818\r
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819 ## Indicates if ACPI SDT protocol will be installed.<BR><BR>\r
820 # TRUE - Installs ACPI SDT protocol.<BR>\r
821 # FALSE - Does not install ACPI SDT protocol.<BR>\r
822 # @Prompt Enable ACPI SDT support.\r
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823 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdInstallAcpiSdtProtocol|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x0001004d\r
824\r
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825 ## Indicates if the unaligned I/O, MMIO, and PCI Configuration cycles through the PCI I/O Protocol are enabled.\r
826 # The default value for this PCD is false to disable support for unaligned PCI I/O Protocol requests.<BR><BR>\r
827 # TRUE - Enables the unaligned I/O, MMIO, and PCI Configuration cycles through the PCI I/O Protocol.<BR>\r
828 # FALSE - Disables the unaligned I/O, MMIO, and PCI Configuration cycles through the PCI I/O Protocol.<BR>\r
829 # @Prompt Enable unaligned PCI I/O support.\r
aeeb84ba 830 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdUnalignedPciIoEnable|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x0001003e\r
11232773 831\r
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832 ## Indicates if TEXT statement is always set to GrayOut statement in HII Form Browser.<BR><BR>\r
833 # TRUE - TEXT statement will always be set to GrayOut.<BR>\r
834 # FALSE - TEXT statement will be set to GrayOut only when GrayOut condition is TRUE.<BR>\r
835 # @Prompt Always GrayOut TEXT statement.\r
11232773 836 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdBrowserGrayOutTextStatement|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x0001004f\r
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837\r
838 ## Indicates if unselectable menu should be gray out in HII Form Browser.<BR><BR>\r
839 # TRUE - The unselectable menu will be set to GrayOut.<BR>\r
840 # FALSE - The menu will be show as normal menu entry even if it is not selectable.<BR>\r
841 # @Prompt GrayOut read only menu.\r
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842 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdBrowerGrayOutReadOnlyMenu|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x00010070\r
843\r
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844 ## Indicates if recovery from IDE disk will be supported.<BR><BR>\r
845 # TRUE - Supports recovery from IDE disk.<BR>\r
846 # FALSE - Does not support recovery from IDE disk.<BR>\r
847 # @Prompt Enable recovery on IDE disk.\r
74ef1d42 848 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdRecoveryOnIdeDisk|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010060\r
849\r
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850 ## Indicates if recovery from FAT floppy disk will be supported.<BR><BR>\r
851 # TRUE - Supports recovery from FAT floppy disk.<BR>\r
852 # FALSE - Does not support recovery from FAT floppy disk.<BR>\r
853 # @Prompt Enable recovery on FAT floppy disk.\r
74ef1d42 854 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdRecoveryOnFatFloppyDisk|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010061\r
855\r
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856 ## Indicates if recovery from data CD will be supported.<BR><BR>\r
857 # TRUE - Supports recovery from data CD.<BR>\r
858 # FALSE - Does not support recovery from data CD.<BR>\r
859 # @Prompt Enable recovery on data CD.\r
74ef1d42 860 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdRecoveryOnDataCD|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010062\r
861\r
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862 ## Indicates if recovery from FAT USB disk will be supported.<BR><BR>\r
863 # TRUE - Supports recovery from USB disk.<BR>\r
864 # FALSE - Does not support recovery from USB disk.<BR>\r
865 # @Prompt Enable recovery on FAT USB disk.\r
74ef1d42 866 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdRecoveryOnFatUsbDisk|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010063\r
867\r
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868 ## Indicates if S3 performance data will be supported in ACPI FPDT table.<BR><BR>\r
869 # TRUE - S3 performance data will be supported in ACPI FPDT table.<BR>\r
870 # FALSE - S3 performance data will not be supported in ACPI FPDT table.<BR>\r
871 # @Prompt Enable S3 performance data support.\r
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872 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFirmwarePerformanceDataTableS3Support|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010064\r
873\r
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874 ## Indicates if PS2 keyboard does a extended verification during start.\r
875 # Add this PCD mainly consider the use case of simulator. This PCD maybe set to FALSE for\r
876 # Extended verification will take some performance. It can be set to FALSE for boot performance.<BR><BR>\r
877 # TRUE - Turn on PS2 keyboard extended verification.<BR>\r
878 # FALSE - Turn off PS2 keyboard extended verification.<BR>\r
879 # @Prompt Turn on PS2 Keyboard Extended Verification\r
880 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPs2KbdExtendedVerification|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010072\r
881\r
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882 ## Indicates if Serial device uses half hand shake.<BR><BR>\r
883 # TRUE - Serial device uses half hand shake.<BR>\r
884 # FALSE - Serial device doesn't use half hand shake.<BR>\r
885 # @Prompt Enable Serial device Half Hand Shake\r
886 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialUseHalfHandshake|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x00010073\r
887\r
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888 ## Indicates if HII data and configuration has been exported.<BR><BR>\r
889 # Add this PCD mainly consider the use case of simulator. This PCD maybe set to FALSE for\r
890 # simulator platform because the performance cost for this feature.\r
891 # TRUE - Export HII data and configuration data.<BR>\r
892 # FALSE - Does not export HII data and configuration.<BR>\r
893 # @Prompt Enable export HII data and configuration to be used in OS runtime.\r
894 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdHiiOsRuntimeSupport|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010074\r
895\r
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896 ## Indicates if PS2 mouse does a extended verification during start.\r
897 # Extended verification will take some performance. It can be set to FALSE for boot performance.<BR><BR>\r
898 # TRUE - Turn on PS2 mouse extended verification. <BR>\r
899 # FALSE - Turn off PS2 mouse extended verification. <BR>\r
900 # @Prompt Turn on PS2 Mouse Extended Verification\r
901 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPs2MouseExtendedVerification|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010075\r
902\r
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903 ## Indicates whether 64-bit PCI MMIO BARs should degrade to 32-bit in the presence of an option ROM\r
904 # On X64 platforms, Option ROMs may contain code that executes in the context of a legacy BIOS (CSM),\r
905 # which requires that all PCI MMIO BARs are located below 4 GB\r
906 # TRUE - All PCI MMIO BARs of a device will be located below 4 GB if it has an option ROM\r
907 # FALSE - PCI MMIO BARs of a device may be located above 4 GB even if it has an option ROM\r
908 # @Prompt Degrade 64-bit PCI MMIO BARs for legacy BIOS option ROMs\r
909 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPciDegradeResourceForOptionRom|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x0001003a\r
910\r
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911 ## Indicates if the platform can support process non-reset capsule image at runtime.<BR><BR>\r
912 # TRUE - Supports process non-reset capsule image at runtime.<BR>\r
913 # FALSE - Does not support process non-reset capsule image at runtime.<BR>\r
914 # @Prompt Enable process non-reset capsule image at runtime.\r
915 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSupportProcessCapsuleAtRuntime|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x00010079\r
916\r
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917[PcdsFeatureFlag.IA32, PcdsFeatureFlag.ARM, PcdsFeatureFlag.AARCH64]\r
918 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPciDegradeResourceForOptionRom|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x0001003a\r
919\r
5d2311be 920[PcdsFeatureFlag.IA32, PcdsFeatureFlag.X64]\r
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921 ## Indicates if DxeIpl should switch to long mode to enter DXE phase.\r
922 # It is assumed that 64-bit DxeCore is built in firmware if it is true; otherwise 32-bit DxeCore\r
923 # is built in firmware.<BR><BR>\r
924 # TRUE - DxeIpl will load a 64-bit DxeCore and switch to long mode to hand over to DxeCore.<BR>\r
925 # FALSE - DxeIpl will load a 32-bit DxeCore and perform stack switch to hand over to DxeCore.<BR>\r
926 # @Prompt DxeIpl switch to long mode.\r
4e17cc90 927 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdDxeIplSwitchToLongMode|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x0001003b\r
928\r
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929 ## Indicates if DxeIpl should rebuild page tables. This flag only\r
930 # makes sense in the case where the DxeIpl and the DxeCore are both X64.<BR><BR>\r
931 # TRUE - DxeIpl will rebuild page tables.<BR>\r
932 # FALSE - DxeIpl will not rebuild page tables.<BR>\r
933 # @Prompt DxeIpl rebuild page tables.\r
e47f0da4 934 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdDxeIplBuildPageTables|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x0001003c\r
935\r
a86ae184 936[PcdsFixedAtBuild]\r
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937 ## Flag of enabling/disabling the feature of Loading Module at Fixed Address.<BR><BR>\r
938 # 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF: Enable the feature as fixed offset to TOLM.<BR>\r
939 # 0: Disable the feature.<BR>\r
940 # Other Value: Enable the feature as fixed absolute address, and the value is the top memory address.<BR>\r
941 # @Prompt Enable LMFA feature.\r
942 # @Expression 0x80000001 | (gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdLoadModuleAtFixAddressEnable == 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF || gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdLoadModuleAtFixAddressEnable <= 0x0FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF)\r
54ea99a7 943 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdLoadModuleAtFixAddressEnable|0|UINT64|0x30001015\r
d13e7bda 944\r
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945 ## Progress Code for OS Loader LoadImage start.<BR><BR>\r
946 # PROGRESS_CODE_OS_LOADER_LOAD = (EFI_SOFTWARE_DXE_BS_DRIVER | (EFI_OEM_SPECIFIC | 0x00000000)) = 0x03058000<BR>\r
947 # @Prompt Progress Code for OS Loader LoadImage start.\r
948 # @ValidList 0x80000003 | 0x03058000\r
eab90a61 949 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdProgressCodeOsLoaderLoad|0x03058000|UINT32|0x30001030\r
950\r
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951 ## Progress Code for OS Loader StartImage start.<BR><BR>\r
952 # PROGRESS_CODE_OS_LOADER_START = (EFI_SOFTWARE_DXE_BS_DRIVER | (EFI_OEM_SPECIFIC | 0x00000001)) = 0x03058001<BR>\r
953 # @Prompt Progress Code for OS Loader StartImage start.\r
954 # @ValidList 0x80000003 | 0x03058001\r
eab90a61 955 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdProgressCodeOsLoaderStart|0x03058001|UINT32|0x30001031\r
956\r
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957 ## Progress Code for S3 Suspend start.<BR><BR>\r
958 # PROGRESS_CODE_S3_SUSPEND_START = (EFI_SOFTWARE_SMM_DRIVER | (EFI_OEM_SPECIFIC | 0x00000000)) = 0x03078000<BR>\r
959 # @Prompt Progress Code for S3 Suspend start.\r
960 # @ValidList 0x80000003 | 0x03078000\r
eab90a61 961 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdProgressCodeS3SuspendStart|0x03078000|UINT32|0x30001032\r
962\r
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963 ## Progress Code for S3 Suspend end.<BR><BR>\r
964 # PROGRESS_CODE_S3_SUSPEND_END = (EFI_SOFTWARE_SMM_DRIVER | (EFI_OEM_SPECIFIC | 0x00000001)) = 0x03078001<BR>\r
965 # @Prompt Progress Code for S3 Suspend end.\r
966 # @ValidList 0x80000003 | 0x03078001\r
eab90a61 967 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdProgressCodeS3SuspendEnd|0x03078001|UINT32|0x30001033\r
968\r
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969 ## Error Code for SetVariable failure.<BR><BR>\r
970 # EDKII_ERROR_CODE_SET_VARIABLE = (EFI_SOFTWARE_DXE_BS_DRIVER | (EFI_OEM_SPECIFIC | 0x00000002)) = 0x03058002<BR>\r
971 # @Prompt Error Code for SetVariable failure.\r
972 # @ValidList 0x80000006 | 0x03058002\r
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973 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdErrorCodeSetVariable|0x03058002|UINT32|0x30001040\r
974\r
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975 ## Mask to control the NULL address detection in code for different phases.\r
976 # If enabled, accessing NULL address in UEFI or SMM code can be caught.<BR><BR>\r
977 # BIT0 - Enable NULL pointer detection for UEFI.<BR>\r
978 # BIT1 - Enable NULL pointer detection for SMM.<BR>\r
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979 # BIT2..5 - Reserved for future uses.<BR>\r
980 # BIT6 - Enable non-stop mode.<BR>\r
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981 # BIT7 - Disable NULL pointer detection just after EndOfDxe. <BR>\r
982 # This is a workaround for those unsolvable NULL access issues in\r
983 # OptionROM, boot loader, etc. It can also help to avoid unnecessary\r
984 # exception caused by legacy memory (0-4095) access after EndOfDxe,\r
985 # such as Windows 7 boot on Qemu.<BR>\r
986 # @Prompt Enable NULL address detection.\r
987 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdNullPointerDetectionPropertyMask|0x0|UINT8|0x30001050\r
988\r
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989 ## Init Value in Temp Stack to be shared between SEC and PEI_CORE\r
990 # SEC fills the full temp stack with this values. When switch stack, PeiCore can check\r
991 # this value in the temp stack to know how many stack has been used.\r
992 # @Prompt Init Value in Temp Stack\r
993 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdInitValueInTempStack|0x5AA55AA5|UINT32|0x30001051\r
994\r
e63da9f0 995 ## Indicates which type allocation need guard page.\r
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996 #\r
997 # If a bit is set, a head guard page and a tail guard page will be added just\r
998 # before and after corresponding type of pages allocated if there's enough\r
999 # free pages for all of them. The page allocation for the type related to\r
1000 # cleared bits keeps the same as ususal.\r
1001 #\r
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1002 # This PCD is only valid if BIT0 and/or BIT2 are set in PcdHeapGuardPropertyMask.\r
1003 #\r
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1004 # Below is bit mask for this PCD: (Order is same as UEFI spec)<BR>\r
1005 # EfiReservedMemoryType 0x0000000000000001<BR>\r
1006 # EfiLoaderCode 0x0000000000000002<BR>\r
1007 # EfiLoaderData 0x0000000000000004<BR>\r
1008 # EfiBootServicesCode 0x0000000000000008<BR>\r
1009 # EfiBootServicesData 0x0000000000000010<BR>\r
1010 # EfiRuntimeServicesCode 0x0000000000000020<BR>\r
1011 # EfiRuntimeServicesData 0x0000000000000040<BR>\r
1012 # EfiConventionalMemory 0x0000000000000080<BR>\r
1013 # EfiUnusableMemory 0x0000000000000100<BR>\r
1014 # EfiACPIReclaimMemory 0x0000000000000200<BR>\r
1015 # EfiACPIMemoryNVS 0x0000000000000400<BR>\r
1016 # EfiMemoryMappedIO 0x0000000000000800<BR>\r
1017 # EfiMemoryMappedIOPortSpace 0x0000000000001000<BR>\r
1018 # EfiPalCode 0x0000000000002000<BR>\r
1019 # EfiPersistentMemory 0x0000000000004000<BR>\r
1020 # OEM Reserved 0x4000000000000000<BR>\r
1021 # OS Reserved 0x8000000000000000<BR>\r
1022 # e.g. LoaderCode+LoaderData+BootServicesCode+BootServicesData are needed, 0x1E should be used.<BR>\r
1023 # @Prompt The memory type mask for Page Guard.\r
1024 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdHeapGuardPageType|0x0|UINT64|0x30001052\r
1025\r
1026 ## Indicates which type allocation need guard page.\r
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1027 #\r
1028 # If a bit is set, a head guard page and a tail guard page will be added just\r
1029 # before and after corresponding type of pages which the allocated pool occupies,\r
1030 # if there's enough free memory for all of them. The pool allocation for the\r
1031 # type related to cleared bits keeps the same as ususal.\r
1032 #\r
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1033 # This PCD is only valid if BIT1 and/or BIT3 are set in PcdHeapGuardPropertyMask.\r
1034 #\r
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1035 # Below is bit mask for this PCD: (Order is same as UEFI spec)<BR>\r
1036 # EfiReservedMemoryType 0x0000000000000001<BR>\r
1037 # EfiLoaderCode 0x0000000000000002<BR>\r
1038 # EfiLoaderData 0x0000000000000004<BR>\r
1039 # EfiBootServicesCode 0x0000000000000008<BR>\r
1040 # EfiBootServicesData 0x0000000000000010<BR>\r
1041 # EfiRuntimeServicesCode 0x0000000000000020<BR>\r
1042 # EfiRuntimeServicesData 0x0000000000000040<BR>\r
1043 # EfiConventionalMemory 0x0000000000000080<BR>\r
1044 # EfiUnusableMemory 0x0000000000000100<BR>\r
1045 # EfiACPIReclaimMemory 0x0000000000000200<BR>\r
1046 # EfiACPIMemoryNVS 0x0000000000000400<BR>\r
1047 # EfiMemoryMappedIO 0x0000000000000800<BR>\r
1048 # EfiMemoryMappedIOPortSpace 0x0000000000001000<BR>\r
1049 # EfiPalCode 0x0000000000002000<BR>\r
1050 # EfiPersistentMemory 0x0000000000004000<BR>\r
1051 # OEM Reserved 0x4000000000000000<BR>\r
1052 # OS Reserved 0x8000000000000000<BR>\r
1053 # e.g. LoaderCode+LoaderData+BootServicesCode+BootServicesData are needed, 0x1E should be used.<BR>\r
1054 # @Prompt The memory type mask for Pool Guard.\r
1055 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdHeapGuardPoolType|0x0|UINT64|0x30001053\r
1056\r
1057 ## This mask is to control Heap Guard behavior.\r
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1058 #\r
1059 # Note:\r
1060 # a) Heap Guard is for debug purpose and should not be enabled in product\r
1061 # BIOS.\r
1062 # b) Due to the limit of pool memory implementation and the alignment\r
1063 # requirement of UEFI spec, BIT7 is a try-best setting which cannot\r
1064 # guarantee that the returned pool is exactly adjacent to head guard\r
1065 # page or tail guard page.\r
1066 # c) UEFI freed-memory guard and UEFI pool/page guard cannot be enabled\r
1067 # at the same time.\r
1068 #\r
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1069 # BIT0 - Enable UEFI page guard.<BR>\r
1070 # BIT1 - Enable UEFI pool guard.<BR>\r
1071 # BIT2 - Enable SMM page guard.<BR>\r
1072 # BIT3 - Enable SMM pool guard.<BR>\r
5323e918 1073 # BIT4 - Enable UEFI freed-memory guard (Use-After-Free memory detection).<BR>\r
8f261362 1074 # BIT6 - Enable non-stop mode.<BR>\r
e63da9f0 1075 # BIT7 - The direction of Guard Page for Pool Guard.\r
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1076 # 0 - The returned pool is near the tail guard page.<BR>\r
1077 # 1 - The returned pool is near the head guard page.<BR>\r
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1078 # @Prompt The Heap Guard feature mask\r
1079 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdHeapGuardPropertyMask|0x0|UINT8|0x30001054\r
1080\r
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1081 ## Indicates if UEFI Stack Guard will be enabled.\r
1082 # If enabled, stack overflow in UEFI can be caught, preventing chaotic consequences.<BR><BR>\r
1083 # TRUE - UEFI Stack Guard will be enabled.<BR>\r
1084 # FALSE - UEFI Stack Guard will be disabled.<BR>\r
1085 # @Prompt Enable UEFI Stack Guard.\r
1086 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCpuStackGuard|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x30001055\r
1087\r
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1088[PcdsFixedAtBuild, PcdsPatchableInModule]\r
1089 ## Dynamic type PCD can be registered callback function for Pcd setting action.\r
1090 # PcdMaxPeiPcdCallBackNumberPerPcdEntry indicates the maximum number of callback function\r
1091 # for a dynamic PCD used in PEI phase.\r
1092 # @Prompt Max PEI PCD callback number per PCD entry.\r
1093 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxPeiPcdCallBackNumberPerPcdEntry|0x08|UINT32|0x0001000f\r
1094\r
35c77dae 1095 ## VPD type PCD allows a developer to point to an absolute physical address PcdVpdBaseAddress\r
adcd7381 1096 # to store PCD value.\r
fe44bae5 1097 # @Prompt VPD base address.\r
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1098 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdVpdBaseAddress|0x0|UINT32|0x00010010\r
1099\r
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1100 ## Maximum stack size for PeiCore.\r
1101 # @Prompt Maximum stack size for PeiCore.\r
1102 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPeiCoreMaxPeiStackSize|0x20000|UINT32|0x00010032\r
1103\r
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1104 ## The maximum size of a single non-HwErr type variable.\r
1105 # @Prompt Maximum variable size.\r
1106 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxVariableSize|0x400|UINT32|0x30000003\r
1107\r
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1108 ## The maximum size of a single authenticated variable.\r
1109 # The value is 0 as default for compatibility that maximum authenticated variable size is specified by PcdMaxVariableSize.\r
1110 # @Prompt Maximum authenticated variable size.\r
1111 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxAuthVariableSize|0x00|UINT32|0x30000009\r
1112\r
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1113 ## The maximum size of a single non-authenticated volatile variable.\r
1114 # The default value is 0 for compatibility: in that case, the maximum\r
1115 # non-authenticated volatile variable size remains specified by\r
1116 # PcdMaxVariableSize. Only the MdeModulePkg/Universal/Variable/RuntimeDxe\r
1117 # driver supports this PCD.\r
1118 # @Prompt Maximum non-authenticated volatile variable size.\r
1119 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxVolatileVariableSize|0x00|UINT32|0x3000000a\r
1120\r
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1121 ## The maximum size of single hardware error record variable.<BR><BR>\r
1122 # In IA32/X64 platforms, this value should be larger than 1KB.<BR>\r
1123 # In IA64 platforms, this value should be larger than 128KB.<BR>\r
1124 # @Prompt Maximum HwErr variable size.\r
1125 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxHardwareErrorVariableSize|0x8000|UINT32|0x30000004\r
1126\r
4edb1866 1127 ## The size of reserved HwErr variable space. Note that this value must be less than (PcdFlashNvStorageVariableSize - EFI_FIRMWARE_VOLUME_HEADER.HeaderLength - sizeof (VARIABLE_STORE_HEADER)).\r
fe44bae5 1128 # In EdkII implementation, HwErr type variable is stored with common non-volatile variables in the same NV region.\r
4edb1866 1129 # so the platform integrator should ensure this value is less than (PcdFlashNvStorageVariableSize - EFI_FIRMWARE_VOLUME_HEADER.HeaderLength - sizeof (VARIABLE_STORE_HEADER)).\r
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1130 # this value is used to guarantee the space of HwErr type variable and not populated by common variable.\r
1131 # @Prompt HwErr variable storage size.\r
1132 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdHwErrStorageSize|0x0000|UINT32|0x30000006\r
1133\r
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1134 ## The size of maximum user NV variable space.<BR><BR>\r
1135 # Note that this value must be less than (PcdFlashNvStorageVariableSize - EFI_FIRMWARE_VOLUME_HEADER.HeaderLength - sizeof (VARIABLE_STORE_HEADER) - PcdHwErrStorageSize).<BR>\r
1136 # If the value is 0, it means user variable share the same NV storage with system variable,\r
1137 # this is designed to keep the compatibility for the platform that does not allocate special region for user variable.<BR>\r
7cff4456 1138 # If the value is non-0, the below 4 types of variables will be regarded as System Variable after EndOfDxe, their property could be got by VarCheck protocol,\r
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1139 # otherwise the variable will be regarded as user variable.<BR>\r
1140 # 1) UEFI defined variables (gEfiGlobalVariableGuid and gEfiImageSecurityDatabaseGuid(auth variable) variables at least).<BR>\r
1141 # 2) Variables managed by Variable driver internally.<BR>\r
1142 # 3) Variables need to be locked, they MUST be set by VariableLock protocol.<BR>\r
7cff4456 1143 # 4) Important variables during platform boot, their property SHOULD be set by VarCheck protocol.<BR>\r
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1144 # The PCD is used to guarantee the space of system variable and not populated by user variable.<BR>\r
1145 # @Prompt Maximum user NV variable space size.\r
1146 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxUserNvVariableSpaceSize|0x00|UINT32|0x00000009\r
1147\r
1148 ## The size of NV variable space reserved at UEFI boottime.<BR><BR>\r
1149 # Note that this value must be less than (PcdFlashNvStorageVariableSize - EFI_FIRMWARE_VOLUME_HEADER.HeaderLength - sizeof (VARIABLE_STORE_HEADER) - PcdHwErrStorageSize).<BR>\r
1150 # In EdkII implementation, variable driver can reserved some NV storage region for boottime settings.\r
1151 # So at UEFI runtime, the variable service consumer can not exhaust full NV storage region.<BR>\r
1152 # Then the common NV variable space size at boottime will be\r
1153 # (PcdFlashNvStorageVariableSize - EFI_FIRMWARE_VOLUME_HEADER.HeaderLength - sizeof (VARIABLE_STORE_HEADER) - PcdHwErrStorageSize),<BR>\r
1154 # and the common NV variable space size at runtime will be\r
1155 # (PcdFlashNvStorageVariableSize - EFI_FIRMWARE_VOLUME_HEADER.HeaderLength - sizeof (VARIABLE_STORE_HEADER) - PcdHwErrStorageSize) - PcdBoottimeReservedNvVariableSpaceSize.<BR>\r
1156 # @Prompt Boottime reserved NV variable space size.\r
1157 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdBoottimeReservedNvVariableSpaceSize|0x00|UINT32|0x30000007\r
1158\r
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1159 ## Reclaim variable space at EndOfDxe.<BR><BR>\r
1160 # The value is FALSE as default for compatibility that variable driver tries to reclaim variable space at ReadyToBoot event.<BR>\r
1161 # If the value is set to TRUE, variable driver tries to reclaim variable space at EndOfDxe event.<BR>\r
1162 # @Prompt Reclaim variable space at EndOfDxe.\r
1163 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdReclaimVariableSpaceAtEndOfDxe|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x30000008\r
1164\r
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1165 ## The size of volatile buffer. This buffer is used to store VOLATILE attribute variables.\r
1166 # @Prompt Variable storage size.\r
1167 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdVariableStoreSize|0x10000|UINT32|0x30000005\r
1168\r
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1169 ## Toggle for whether the VariablePolicy engine should allow disabling.\r
1170 # The engine is enabled at power-on, but the interface allows the platform to\r
1171 # disable enforcement for servicing flexibility. If this PCD is disabled, it will block the ability to\r
1172 # disable the enforcement and VariablePolicy enforcement will always be ON.\r
1173 # TRUE - VariablePolicy can be disabled by request through the interface (until interface is locked)\r
1174 # FALSE - VariablePolicy interface will not accept requests to disable and is ALWAYS ON\r
1175 # @Prompt Allow VariablePolicy enforcement to be disabled.\r
1176 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdAllowVariablePolicyEnforcementDisable|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x30000020\r
1177\r
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1178 ## FFS filename to find the ACPI tables.\r
1179 # @Prompt FFS name of ACPI tables storage.\r
1180 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdAcpiTableStorageFile|{ 0x25, 0x4e, 0x37, 0x7e, 0x01, 0x8e, 0xee, 0x4f, 0x87, 0xf2, 0x39, 0xc, 0x23, 0xc6, 0x6, 0xcd }|VOID*|0x30000016\r
1181\r
1182 ## FFS filename to find the capsule coalesce image.\r
1183 # @Prompt FFS name of capsule coalesce image.\r
1184 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCapsuleCoalesceFile|{ 0xA6, 0xE4, 0xFD, 0xF7, 0x4C, 0x29, 0x3c, 0x49, 0xB5, 0x0F, 0x97, 0x34, 0x55, 0x3B, 0xB7, 0x57 }|VOID*|0x30000017\r
1185\r
35c77dae 1186 ## Maximum number of performance log entries during PEI phase.\r
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1187 # Use PcdMaxPeiPerformanceLogEntries16 if the number of entries required is\r
1188 # more than 255.\r
35c77dae 1189 # @Prompt Maximum number of PEI performance log entries.\r
348c8131 1190 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxPeiPerformanceLogEntries|40|UINT8|0x0001002f\r
4e17cc90 1191\r
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1192 ## Maximum number of performance log entries during PEI phase.\r
1193 # If set to 0, then PcdMaxPeiPerformanceLogEntries determines the number of\r
1194 # entries. If greater than 0, then this PCD determines the number of entries,\r
1195 # and PcdMaxPeiPerformanceLogEntries is ignored.\r
1196 # @Prompt Maximum number of PEI performance log entries.\r
1197 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxPeiPerformanceLogEntries16|0|UINT16|0x00010035\r
1198\r
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1199 ## Indicates the 16550 serial port registers are in MMIO space, or in I/O space. Default is I/O space.<BR><BR>\r
1200 # TRUE - 16550 serial port registers are in MMIO space.<BR>\r
1201 # FALSE - 16550 serial port registers are in I/O space.<BR>\r
1202 # @Prompt Serial port registers use MMIO.\r
467d15ae 1203 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialUseMmio|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x00020000\r
fe44bae5 1204\r
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1205 ## Indicates the access width for 16550 serial port registers.\r
1206 # Default is 8-bit access mode.<BR><BR>\r
1207 # 8 - 16550 serial port registers are accessed in 8-bit width.<BR>\r
1208 # 32 - 16550 serial port registers are accessed in 32-bit width.<BR>\r
1209 # @Prompt Serial port register access width.\r
1210 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialRegisterAccessWidth|8|UINT8|0x00020007\r
1211\r
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1212 ## Indicates if the 16550 serial port hardware flow control will be enabled. Default is FALSE.<BR><BR>\r
1213 # TRUE - 16550 serial port hardware flow control will be enabled.<BR>\r
1214 # FALSE - 16550 serial port hardware flow control will be disabled.<BR>\r
1215 # @Prompt Enable serial port hardware flow control.\r
467d15ae 1216 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialUseHardwareFlowControl|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x00020001\r
1217\r
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1218 ## Indicates if the 16550 serial Tx operations will be blocked if DSR is not asserted (no cable). Default is FALSE.\r
1219 # This PCD is ignored if PcdSerialUseHardwareFlowControl is FALSE.<BR><BR>\r
1220 # TRUE - 16550 serial Tx operations will be blocked if DSR is not asserted.<BR>\r
1221 # FALSE - 16550 serial Tx operations will not be blocked if DSR is not asserted.<BR>\r
1222 # @Prompt Enable serial port cable detetion.\r
784ce127 1223 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialDetectCable|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x00020006\r
5fc1ae69 1224\r
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1225 ## Base address of 16550 serial port registers in MMIO or I/O space. Default is 0x3F8.\r
1226 # @Prompt Base address of serial port registers.\r
467d15ae 1227 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialRegisterBase|0x03F8|UINT64|0x00020002\r
1228\r
1229 ## Baud rate for the 16550 serial port. Default is 115200 baud.\r
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1230 # @Prompt Baud rate for serial port.\r
1231 # @ValidList 0x80000001 | 921600, 460800, 230400, 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, 9600, 7200, 4800, 3600, 2400, 2000, 1800, 1200, 600, 300, 150, 134, 110, 75, 50\r
467d15ae 1232 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialBaudRate|115200|UINT32|0x00020003\r
1233\r
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1234 ## Line Control Register (LCR) for the 16550 serial port. This encodes data bits, parity, and stop bits.<BR><BR>\r
1235 # BIT1..BIT0 - Data bits. 00b = 5 bits, 01b = 6 bits, 10b = 7 bits, 11b = 8 bits<BR>\r
1236 # BIT2 - Stop Bits. 0 = 1 stop bit. 1 = 1.5 stop bits if 5 data bits selected, otherwise 2 stop bits.<BR>\r
1237 # BIT5..BIT3 - Parity. xx0b = No Parity, 001b = Odd Parity, 011b = Even Parity, 101b = Mark Parity, 111b=Stick Parity<BR>\r
1238 # BIT7..BIT6 - Reserved. Must be 0.<BR>\r
467d15ae 1239 #\r
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1240 # Default is No Parity, 8 Data Bits, 1 Stop Bit.<BR>\r
1241 # @Prompt Serial port Line Control settings.\r
1242 # @Expression 0x80000002 | (gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialLineControl & 0xC0) == 0\r
467d15ae 1243 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialLineControl|0x03|UINT8|0x00020004\r
1244\r
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1245 ## FIFO Control Register (FCR) for the 16550 serial port.<BR><BR>\r
1246 # BIT0 - FIFO Enable. 0 = Disable FIFOs. 1 = Enable FIFOs.<BR>\r
1247 # BIT1 - Clear receive FIFO. 1 = Clear FIFO.<BR>\r
1248 # BIT2 - Clear transmit FIFO. 1 = Clear FIFO.<BR>\r
1249 # BIT4..BIT3 - Reserved. Must be 0.<BR>\r
1250 # BIT5 - Enable 64-byte FIFO. 0 = Disable 64-byte FIFO. 1 = Enable 64-byte FIFO<BR>\r
1251 # BIT7..BIT6 - Reserved. Must be 0.<BR>\r
467d15ae 1252 #\r
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1253 # Default is to enable and clear all FIFOs.<BR>\r
1254 # @Prompt Serial port FIFO Control settings.\r
1255 # @Expression 0x80000002 | (gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialFifoControl & 0xD8) == 0\r
467d15ae 1256 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialFifoControl|0x07|UINT8|0x00020005\r
1257\r
6eea8eae 1258 ## Maximum address that the DXE Core will allocate the EFI_SYSTEM_TABLE_POINTER\r
fe44bae5 1259 # structure. The default value for this PCD is 0, which means that the DXE Core\r
6eea8eae 1260 # will allocate the buffer from the EFI_SYSTEM_TABLE_POINTER structure on a 4MB\r
5fc1ae69 1261 # boundary as close to the top of memory as feasible. If this PCD is set to a\r
fe44bae5 1262 # value other than 0, then the DXE Core will first attempt to allocate the\r
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1263 # EFI_SYSTEM_TABLE_POINTER structure on a 4MB boundary below the address specified\r
1264 # by this PCD, and if that allocation fails, retry the allocation on a 4MB\r
1265 # boundary as close to the top of memory as feasible.\r
fe44bae5 1266 # @Prompt Maximum Efi System Table Pointer address.\r
6eea8eae 1267 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxEfiSystemTablePointerAddress|0x0|UINT64|0x30001027\r
838a9c58 1268\r
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1269 ## Indicates if to shadow PEIM on S3 boot path after memory is ready.<BR><BR>\r
1270 # TRUE - Shadow PEIM on S3 boot path after memory is ready.<BR>\r
1271 # FALSE - Not shadow PEIM on S3 boot path after memory is ready.<BR>\r
5fc1ae69 1272 # @Prompt Shadow Peim On S3 Boot.\r
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1273 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdShadowPeimOnS3Boot|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x30001028\r
1274\r
3d44658c 1275 ## Indicates if to shadow PEIM and PeiCore after memory is ready.<BR><BR>\r
5fc1ae69 1276 # This PCD is used on other boot path except for S3 boot.\r
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1277 # TRUE - Shadow PEIM and PeiCore after memory is ready.<BR>\r
1278 # FALSE - Not shadow PEIM after memory is ready.<BR>\r
1279 # @Prompt Shadow Peim and PeiCore on boot\r
1280 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdShadowPeimOnBoot|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x30001029\r
1281\r
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1282 ## Enable the feature that evacuate temporary memory to permanent memory or not<BR><BR>\r
1283 # Set FALSE as default, if the developer need this feature to avoid this vulnerability, please\r
1284 # enable it to shadow all PEIMs no matter the behavior controled by PcdShadowPeimOnBoot or\r
1285 # PcdShadowPeimOnS3Boot<BR>\r
1286 # TRUE - Evacuate temporary memory, the actions include copy memory, convert PPI pointers and so on.<BR>\r
1287 # FALSE - Do nothing, for example, no copy memory, no convert PPI pointers and so on.<BR>\r
1288 # @Prompt Evacuate temporary memory to permanent memory\r
1289 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMigrateTemporaryRamFirmwareVolumes|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x3000102A\r
1290\r
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1291 ## The mask is used to control memory profile behavior.<BR><BR>\r
1292 # BIT0 - Enable UEFI memory profile.<BR>\r
1293 # BIT1 - Enable SMRAM profile.<BR>\r
94092aa6 1294 # BIT7 - Disable recording at the start.<BR>\r
84edd20b 1295 # @Prompt Memory Profile Property.\r
94092aa6 1296 # @Expression 0x80000002 | (gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMemoryProfilePropertyMask & 0x7C) == 0\r
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1297 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMemoryProfilePropertyMask|0x0|UINT8|0x30001041\r
1298\r
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1299 ## The mask is used to control SmiHandlerProfile behavior.<BR><BR>\r
1300 # BIT0 - Enable SmiHandlerProfile.<BR>\r
1301 # @Prompt SmiHandlerProfile Property.\r
1302 # @Expression 0x80000002 | (gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSmiHandlerProfilePropertyMask & 0xFE) == 0\r
1303 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSmiHandlerProfilePropertyMask|0|UINT8|0x00000108\r
1304\r
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1305 ## This flag is to control which memory types of alloc info will be recorded by DxeCore & SmmCore.<BR><BR>\r
1306 # For SmmCore, only EfiRuntimeServicesCode and EfiRuntimeServicesData are valid.<BR>\r
1307 #\r
1308 # Below is bit mask for this PCD: (Order is same as UEFI spec)<BR>\r
1309 # EfiReservedMemoryType 0x0001<BR>\r
1310 # EfiLoaderCode 0x0002<BR>\r
1311 # EfiLoaderData 0x0004<BR>\r
1312 # EfiBootServicesCode 0x0008<BR>\r
1313 # EfiBootServicesData 0x0010<BR>\r
1314 # EfiRuntimeServicesCode 0x0020<BR>\r
1315 # EfiRuntimeServicesData 0x0040<BR>\r
1316 # EfiConventionalMemory 0x0080<BR>\r
1317 # EfiUnusableMemory 0x0100<BR>\r
1318 # EfiACPIReclaimMemory 0x0200<BR>\r
1319 # EfiACPIMemoryNVS 0x0400<BR>\r
1320 # EfiMemoryMappedIO 0x0800<BR>\r
1321 # EfiMemoryMappedIOPortSpace 0x1000<BR>\r
1322 # EfiPalCode 0x2000<BR>\r
8f2f2f19 1323 # EfiPersistentMemory 0x4000<BR>\r
db9b00f1 1324 # OEM Reserved 0x4000000000000000<BR>\r
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1325 # OS Reserved 0x8000000000000000<BR>\r
1326 #\r
1327 # e.g. Reserved+ACPINvs+ACPIReclaim+RuntimeCode+RuntimeData are needed, 0x661 should be used.<BR>\r
1328 #\r
1329 # @Prompt Memory profile memory type.\r
1330 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMemoryProfileMemoryType|0x0|UINT64|0x30001042\r
1331\r
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1332 ## This PCD is to control which drivers need memory profile data.<BR><BR>\r
1333 # For example:<BR>\r
1334 # One image only (Shell):<BR>\r
1335 # Header GUID<BR>\r
1336 # {0x04, 0x06, 0x14, 0x00, 0x83, 0xA5, 0x04, 0x7C, 0x3E, 0x9E, 0x1C, 0x4F, 0xAD, 0x65, 0xE0, 0x52, 0x68, 0xD0, 0xB4, 0xD1,<BR>\r
1337 # 0x7F, 0xFF, 0x04, 0x00}<BR>\r
1338 # Two or more images (Shell + WinNtSimpleFileSystem):<BR>\r
1339 # {0x04, 0x06, 0x14, 0x00, 0x83, 0xA5, 0x04, 0x7C, 0x3E, 0x9E, 0x1C, 0x4F, 0xAD, 0x65, 0xE0, 0x52, 0x68, 0xD0, 0xB4, 0xD1,<BR>\r
1340 # 0x7F, 0x01, 0x04, 0x00,<BR>\r
1341 # 0x04, 0x06, 0x14, 0x00, 0x8B, 0xE1, 0x25, 0x9C, 0xBA, 0x76, 0xDA, 0x43, 0xA1, 0x32, 0xDB, 0xB0, 0x99, 0x7C, 0xEF, 0xEF,<BR>\r
1342 # 0x7F, 0xFF, 0x04, 0x00}<BR>\r
1343 # @Prompt Memory profile driver path.\r
1344 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMemoryProfileDriverPath|{0x0}|VOID*|0x00001043\r
1345\r
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1346 ## Set image protection policy. The policy is bitwise.\r
1347 # If a bit is set, the image will be protected by DxeCore if it is aligned.\r
1348 # The code section becomes read-only, and the data section becomes non-executable.\r
b888c57a 1349 # If a bit is clear, nothing will be done to image code/data sections.<BR><BR>\r
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1350 # BIT0 - Image from unknown device. <BR>\r
1351 # BIT1 - Image from firmware volume.<BR>\r
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1352 # <BR>\r
1353 # Note: If a bit is cleared, the data section could be still non-executable if\r
1354 # PcdDxeNxMemoryProtectionPolicy is enabled for EfiLoaderData, EfiBootServicesData\r
1355 # and/or EfiRuntimeServicesData.<BR>\r
1356 # <BR>\r
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1357 # @Prompt Set image protection policy.\r
1358 # @ValidRange 0x80000002 | 0x00000000 - 0x0000001F\r
1359 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdImageProtectionPolicy|0x00000002|UINT32|0x00001047\r
1360\r
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1361 ## Set DXE memory protection policy. The policy is bitwise.\r
1362 # If a bit is set, memory regions of the associated type will be mapped\r
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1363 # non-executable.<BR>\r
1364 # If a bit is cleared, nothing will be done to associated type of memory.<BR>\r
1365 # <BR>\r
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1366 # Below is bit mask for this PCD: (Order is same as UEFI spec)<BR>\r
1367 # EfiReservedMemoryType 0x0001<BR>\r
1368 # EfiLoaderCode 0x0002<BR>\r
1369 # EfiLoaderData 0x0004<BR>\r
1370 # EfiBootServicesCode 0x0008<BR>\r
1371 # EfiBootServicesData 0x0010<BR>\r
1372 # EfiRuntimeServicesCode 0x0020<BR>\r
1373 # EfiRuntimeServicesData 0x0040<BR>\r
1374 # EfiConventionalMemory 0x0080<BR>\r
1375 # EfiUnusableMemory 0x0100<BR>\r
1376 # EfiACPIReclaimMemory 0x0200<BR>\r
1377 # EfiACPIMemoryNVS 0x0400<BR>\r
1378 # EfiMemoryMappedIO 0x0800<BR>\r
1379 # EfiMemoryMappedIOPortSpace 0x1000<BR>\r
1380 # EfiPalCode 0x2000<BR>\r
1381 # EfiPersistentMemory 0x4000<BR>\r
1382 # OEM Reserved 0x4000000000000000<BR>\r
1383 # OS Reserved 0x8000000000000000<BR>\r
1384 #\r
1385 # NOTE: User must NOT set NX protection for EfiLoaderCode / EfiBootServicesCode / EfiRuntimeServicesCode. <BR>\r
1386 # User MUST set the same NX protection for EfiBootServicesData and EfiConventionalMemory. <BR>\r
1387 #\r
1388 # e.g. 0x7FD5 can be used for all memory except Code. <BR>\r
1389 # e.g. 0x7BD4 can be used for all memory except Code and ACPINVS/Reserved. <BR>\r
1390 #\r
1391 # @Prompt Set DXE memory protection policy.\r
1392 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdDxeNxMemoryProtectionPolicy|0x0000000|UINT64|0x00001048\r
1393\r
31122d8c 1394 ## PCI Serial Device Info. It is an array of Device, Function, and Power Management\r
e0cb5e18 1395 # information that describes the path that contains zero or more PCI to PCI bridges\r
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1396 # followed by a PCI serial device. Each array entry is 4-bytes in length. The\r
1397 # first byte is the PCI Device Number, then second byte is the PCI Function Number,\r
1398 # and the last two bytes are the offset to the PCI power management capabilities\r
1399 # register used to manage the D0-D3 states. If a PCI power management capabilities\r
1400 # register is not present, then the last two bytes in the offset is set to 0. The\r
1401 # array is terminated by an array entry with a PCI Device Number of 0xFF. For a\r
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1402 # non-PCI fixed address serial device, such as an ISA serial device, the value is 0xFF.\r
1403 # @Prompt Pci Serial Device Info\r
1404 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialPciDeviceInfo|{0xFF}|VOID*|0x00010067\r
1405\r
a59e2ede 1406 ## PCI Serial Parameters. It is an array of VendorID, DeviceID, ClockRate, Offset,\r
5fc1ae69 1407 # BarIndex, RegisterStride, ReceiveFifoDepth, TransmitFifoDepth information that\r
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1408 # describes the parameters of special PCI serial devices.\r
1409 # Each array entry is 24-byte in length. The array is terminated\r
1410 # by an array entry with a PCI Vendor ID of 0xFFFF. If a platform only contains a\r
1411 # standard 16550 PCI serial device whose class code is 7/0/2, the value is 0xFFFF.\r
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1412 # The C style structure is defined as below:<BR>\r
1413 # typedef struct {<BR>\r
1414 # UINT16 VendorId; ///< Vendor ID to match the PCI device. The value 0xFFFF terminates the list of entries.<BR>\r
1415 # UINT16 DeviceId; ///< Device ID to match the PCI device.<BR>\r
1416 # UINT32 ClockRate; ///< UART clock rate. Set to 0 for default clock rate of 1843200 Hz.<BR>\r
1417 # UINT64 Offset; ///< The byte offset into to the BAR.<BR>\r
1418 # UINT8 BarIndex; ///< Which BAR to get the UART base address.<BR>\r
1419 # UINT8 RegisterStride; ///< UART register stride in bytes. Set to 0 for default register stride of 1 byte.<BR>\r
1420 # UINT16 ReceiveFifoDepth; ///< UART receive FIFO depth in bytes. Set to 0 for a default FIFO depth of 16 bytes.<BR>\r
1421 # UINT16 TransmitFifoDepth; ///< UART transmit FIFO depth in bytes. Set to 0 for a default FIFO depth of 16 bytes.<BR>\r
1422 # UINT8 Reserved[2];<BR>\r
1423 # } PCI_SERIAL_PARAMETER;<BR>\r
1424 # It contains zero or more instances of the above structure.<BR>\r
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1425 # For example, if a PCI device contains two UARTs, PcdPciSerialParameters needs\r
1426 # to contain two instances of the above structure, with the VendorId and DeviceId\r
1427 # equals to the Device ID and Vendor ID of the device; If the PCI device uses the\r
1428 # first two BARs to support two UARTs, BarIndex of first instance equals to 0 and\r
1429 # BarIndex of second one equals to 1; If the PCI device uses the first BAR to\r
1430 # support both UARTs, BarIndex of both instance equals to 0, Offset of first\r
1431 # instance equals to 0 and Offset of second one equals to a value bigger than or\r
ff3b043f 1432 # equal to 8.<BR>\r
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1433 # For certain UART whose register needs to be accessed in DWORD aligned address,\r
1434 # RegisterStride equals to 4.\r
1435 # @Prompt Pci Serial Parameters\r
1436 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPciSerialParameters|{0xFF, 0xFF}|VOID*|0x00010071\r
1437\r
5fc1ae69 1438 ## Serial Port Extended Transmit FIFO Size. The default is 64 bytes.\r
35c77dae 1439 # @Prompt Serial Port Extended Transmit FIFO Size in Bytes\r
31122d8c 1440 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialExtendedTxFifoSize|64|UINT32|0x00010068\r
5fc1ae69 1441\r
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1442 ## This PCD points to the file name GUID of the BootManagerMenuApp\r
1443 # Platform can customize the PCD to point to different application for Boot Manager Menu\r
a9890ea5 1444 # @Prompt Boot Manager Menu File\r
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1445 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdBootManagerMenuFile|{ 0xdc, 0x5b, 0xc2, 0xee, 0xf2, 0x67, 0x95, 0x4d, 0xb1, 0xd5, 0xf8, 0x1b, 0x20, 0x39, 0xd1, 0x1d }|VOID*|0x0001006b\r
1446\r
1447 ## This PCD points to the formset GUID of the driver health management form\r
e0cb5e18 1448 # The form will be popped up by BDS core when there are Configuration Required driver health instances.\r
1d112229 1449 # Platform can customize the PCD to point to different formset.\r
a9890ea5 1450 # @Prompt Driver Health Management Form\r
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1451 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdDriverHealthConfigureForm|{ 0xf4, 0xd9, 0x96, 0x42, 0xfc, 0xf6, 0xde, 0x4d, 0x86, 0x85, 0x8c, 0xe2, 0xd7, 0x9d, 0x90, 0xf0 }|VOID*|0x0001006c\r
1452\r
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1453 ## The number of bytes between registers in serial device. The default is 1 byte.\r
1454 # @Prompt Serial Port Register Stride in Bytes\r
1eb904a6 1455 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialRegisterStride|1|UINT32|0x0001006d\r
5630cdfe 1456\r
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1457 ## This PCD to include the driver guid of VFR drivers for VarCheckHiiBin generation.<BR><BR>\r
1458 # Default is gZeroGuid that means no VFR driver will be parsed for VarCheckHiiBin generation.<BR>\r
1459 # If it is set to an all FFs GUID, it means all modules in all FVs will be parsed for VarCheckHiiBin generation.<BR>\r
1460 # @Prompt Driver guid array of VFR drivers for VarCheckHiiBin generation.\r
1461 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdVarCheckVfrDriverGuidArray|{ 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00 }|VOID*|0x3000103A\r
1462\r
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1463 ## Indicates which ACPI versions are targeted by the ACPI tables exposed to the OS\r
1464 # These values are aligned with the definitions in MdePkg/Include/Protocol/AcpiSystemDescriptionTable.h\r
1465 # BIT 1 - EFI_ACPI_TABLE_VERSION_1_0B.<BR>\r
1466 # BIT 2 - EFI_ACPI_TABLE_VERSION_2_0.<BR>\r
1467 # BIT 3 - EFI_ACPI_TABLE_VERSION_3_0.<BR>\r
1468 # BIT 4 - EFI_ACPI_TABLE_VERSION_4_0.<BR>\r
1469 # BIT 5 - EFI_ACPI_TABLE_VERSION_5_0.<BR>\r
1470 # @Prompt Exposed ACPI table versions.\r
1471 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdAcpiExposedTableVersions|0x3E|UINT32|0x0001004c\r
1472\r
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1473 ## This PCD defines the MAX repair count.\r
1474 # The default value is 0 that means infinite.\r
1475 # @Prompt MAX repair count\r
1476 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxRepairCount|0x00|UINT32|0x00010076\r
1477\r
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1478 ## Status Code for Capsule subclass definitions.<BR><BR>\r
1479 # EFI_OEM_SPECIFIC_SUBCLASS_CAPSULE = 0x00810000<BR>\r
1480 # NOTE: The default value of this PCD may collide with other OEM specific status codes.\r
1481 # Override the value of this PCD in the platform DSC file as needed.\r
1482 # @Prompt Status Code for Capsule subclass definitions\r
1483 # @ValidList 0x80000003 | 0x00810000\r
1484 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdStatusCodeSubClassCapsule|0x00810000|UINT32|0x00000100\r
1485\r
1486 ## Status Code for Capsule Process Begin.<BR><BR>\r
1487 # EFI_CAPSULE_PROCESS_CAPSULES_BEGIN = (EFI_OEM_SPECIFIC | 0x00000001) = 0x00008001<BR>\r
1488 # NOTE: The default value of this PCD may collide with other OEM specific status codes.\r
1489 # Override the value of this PCD in the platform DSC file as needed.\r
1490 # @Prompt Status Code for Capsule Process Begin\r
1491 # @ValidList 0x80000003 | 0x00008001\r
1492 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCapsuleStatusCodeProcessCapsulesBegin|0x00008001|UINT32|0x00000101\r
1493\r
1494 ## Status Code for Capsule Process End.<BR><BR>\r
1495 # EFI_CAPSULE_PROCESS_CAPSULES_END = (EFI_OEM_SPECIFIC | 0x00000002) = 0x00008002<BR>\r
1496 # NOTE: The default value of this PCD may collide with other OEM specific status codes.\r
1497 # Override the value of this PCD in the platform DSC file as needed.\r
1498 # @Prompt Status Code for Capsule Process End\r
1499 # @ValidList 0x80000003 | 0x00008002\r
1500 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCapsuleStatusCodeProcessCapsulesEnd|0x00008002|UINT32|0x00000102\r
1501\r
1502 ## Status Code for Capsule Process Updating Firmware.<BR><BR>\r
1503 # EFI_CAPSULE_UPDATING_FIRMWARE = (EFI_OEM_SPECIFIC | 0x00000003) = 0x00008003<BR>\r
1504 # NOTE: The default value of this PCD may collide with other OEM specific status codes.\r
1505 # Override the value of this PCD in the platform DSC file as needed.\r
1506 # @Prompt Status Code for Capsule Process Updating Firmware\r
1507 # @ValidList 0x80000003 | 0x00008003\r
1508 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCapsuleStatusCodeUpdatingFirmware|0x00008003|UINT32|0x00000103\r
1509\r
1510 ## Status Code for Capsule Process Update Firmware Success.<BR><BR>\r
1511 # EFI_CAPSULE_UPDATE_FIRMWARE_SUCCESS = (EFI_OEM_SPECIFIC | 0x00000004) = 0x00008004<BR>\r
1512 # NOTE: The default value of this PCD may collide with other OEM specific status codes.\r
1513 # Override the value of this PCD in the platform DSC file as needed.\r
1514 # @Prompt Status Code for Capsule Process Update Firmware Success\r
1515 # @ValidList 0x80000003 | 0x00008004\r
1516 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCapsuleStatusCodeUpdateFirmwareSuccess|0x00008004|UINT32|0x00000104\r
1517\r
1518 ## Status Code for Capsule Process Update Firmware Failed.<BR><BR>\r
1519 # EFI_CAPSULE_UPDATE_FIRMWARE_FAILED = (EFI_OEM_SPECIFIC | 0x00000005) = 0x00008005<BR>\r
1520 # NOTE: The default value of this PCD may collide with other OEM specific status codes.\r
1521 # Override the value of this PCD in the platform DSC file as needed.\r
1522 # @Prompt Status Code for Capsule Process Update Firmware Failed\r
1523 # @ValidList 0x80000003 | 0x00008005\r
1524 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCapsuleStatusCodeUpdateFirmwareFailed|0x00008005|UINT32|0x00000105\r
1525\r
1526 ## Status Code for Capsule Resetting System.<BR><BR>\r
1527 # EFI_CAPSULE_RESETTING_SYSTEM = (EFI_OEM_SPECIFIC | 0x00000006) = 0x00008006<BR>\r
1528 # NOTE: The default value of this PCD may collide with other OEM specific status codes.\r
1529 # Override the value of this PCD in the platform DSC file as needed.\r
1530 # @Prompt Status Code for Capsule Resetting System\r
1531 # @ValidList 0x80000003 | 0x00008006\r
1532 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCapsuleStatusCodeResettingSystem|0x00008006|UINT32|0x00000106\r
1533\r
1534 ## CapsuleMax value in capsule report variable.\r
1535 # @Prompt CapsuleMax value in capsule report variable.\r
1536 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCapsuleMax|0xFFFF|UINT16|0x00000107\r
1537\r
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1538 ## Control which FPDT record format will be used to store the performance entry.\r
1539 # On TRUE, the string FPDT record will be used to store every performance entry.\r
1540 # On FALSE, the different FPDT record will be used to store the different performance entries.\r
1541 # @Prompt String FPDT Record Enable Only\r
1542 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdEdkiiFpdtStringRecordEnableOnly|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x00000109\r
1543\r
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1544 ## Indicates the allowable maximum number of Reset Filters, Reset Notifications or Reset Handlers in PEI phase.\r
1545 # @Prompt Maximum Number of PEI Reset Filters, Reset Notifications or Reset Handlers.\r
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1546 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaximumPeiResetNotifies|0x10|UINT32|0x0000010A\r
1547\r
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1548 ## Capsule On Disk is to deliver capsules via files on Mass Storage device.<BR><BR>\r
1549 # This PCD indicates if the Capsule On Disk is supported.<BR>\r
1550 # TRUE - Capsule On Disk is supported.<BR>\r
1551 # FALSE - Capsule On Disk is not supported.<BR>\r
1552 # If platform does not use this feature, this PCD should be set to FALSE.<BR><BR>\r
1553 # Two sulotions to deliver Capsule On Disk:<BR>\r
1554 # a) If PcdCapsuleInRamSupport = TRUE, Load Capsule On Disk image out of TCB, and reuse\r
1555 # Capsule In Ram to deliver capsule.<BR>\r
1556 # b) If PcdCapsuleInRamSupport = FALSE, Relocate Capsule On Disk image to RootDir out\r
1557 # of TCB, and reuse FatPei to load capsules from external storage.<BR>\r
1558 # Note:<BR>\r
1559 # If Both Capsule In Ram and Capsule On Disk are provisioned at the same time, the Capsule\r
1560 # On Disk will be bypassed.\r
1561 # @Prompt Enable Capsule On Disk support.\r
1562 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCapsuleOnDiskSupport|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x0000002d\r
1563\r
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1564 ## Maximum permitted encapsulation levels of sections in a firmware volume,\r
1565 # in the DXE phase. Minimum value is 1. Sections nested more deeply are\r
1566 # rejected.\r
1567 # @Prompt Maximum permitted FwVol section nesting depth (exclusive).\r
1568 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFwVolDxeMaxEncapsulationDepth|0x10|UINT32|0x00000030\r
1569\r
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1570 ## Indicates the default timeout value for SD/MMC Host Controller operations in microseconds.\r
1571 # @Prompt SD/MMC Host Controller Operations Timeout (us).\r
1572 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSdMmcGenericTimeoutValue|1000000|UINT32|0x00000031\r
1573\r
be046357 1574[PcdsPatchableInModule, PcdsDynamic, PcdsDynamicEx]\r
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1575 ## This PCD defines the Console output row. The default value is 25 according to UEFI spec.\r
1576 # This PCD could be set to 0 then console output would be at max column and max row.\r
1577 # @Prompt Console output row.\r
4bfa7dc4 1578 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdConOutRow|25|UINT32|0x40000006\r
73850864 1579\r
60d73737 1580 ## This PCD defines the Console output column. The default value is 80 according to UEFI spec.\r
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1581 # This PCD could be set to 0 then console output would be at max column and max row.\r
1582 # @Prompt Console output column.\r
4e17cc90 1583 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdConOutColumn|80|UINT32|0x40000007\r
73850864 1584\r
b9b5e307 1585 ## This PCD defines the video horizontal resolution.\r
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1586 # If this PCD is set to 0 then video resolution would be at highest resolution.\r
1587 # @Prompt Video horizontal resolution.\r
b9b5e307 1588 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdVideoHorizontalResolution|800|UINT32|0x40000009\r
1589\r
1590 ## This PCD defines the video vertical resolution.\r
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1591 # If this PCD is set to 0 then video resolution would be at highest resolution.\r
1592 # @Prompt Video vertical resolution.\r
b9b5e307 1593 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdVideoVerticalResolution|600|UINT32|0x4000000a\r
1594\r
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1595 # The 4 PCDs below are used to specify the video resolution and text mode of text setup.\r
1596 # To make text setup work in this resolution, PcdVideoHorizontalResolution, PcdVideoVerticalResolution,\r
1597 # PcdConOutColumn and PcdConOutRow should be created as PcdsDynamic or PcdsDynamicEx in platform DSC file.\r
1598 # Then BDS setup will update these PCDs defined in MdeModulePkg.dec and reconnect console drivers\r
1599 # (GraphicsConsole, Terminal, Consplitter) to make the video resolution and text mode work\r
1600 # for text setup.\r
1601\r
1602 ## Specify the video horizontal resolution of text setup.\r
1603 # @Prompt Video Horizontal Resolution of Text Setup\r
1604 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSetupVideoHorizontalResolution|800|UINT32|0x4000000b\r
1605\r
1606 ## Specify the video vertical resolution of text setup.\r
1607 # @Prompt Video Vertical Resolution of Text Setup\r
1608 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSetupVideoVerticalResolution|600|UINT32|0x4000000c\r
1609\r
1610 ## Specify the console output column of text setup.\r
1611 # @Prompt Console Output Column of Text Setup\r
1612 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSetupConOutColumn|80|UINT32|0x4000000d\r
1613\r
1614 ## Specify the console output row of text setup.\r
1615 # @Prompt Console Output Row of Text Setup\r
1616 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSetupConOutRow|25|UINT32|0x4000000e\r
1617\r
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1618 ## Specify the Boot Discovery Policy settings\r
1619 # To support configuring from setup page, this PCD should be overridden in DynamicHii type in its platform .dsc:\r
1620 # gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdBootDiscoveryPolicy|L"BootDiscoveryPolicy"|gBootDiscoveryPolicyMgrFormsetGuid|0\r
1621 # @Prompt Boot Discovery Policy\r
1622 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdBootDiscoveryPolicy|2|UINT32|0x4000000f\r
1623\r
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1624[PcdsFixedAtBuild.AARCH64, PcdsPatchableInModule.AARCH64]\r
1625 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdAcpiExposedTableVersions|0x20|UINT32|0x0001004c\r
1626\r
fe44bae5 1627[PcdsFixedAtBuild, PcdsPatchableInModule, PcdsDynamic, PcdsDynamicEx]\r
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1628 ## UART clock frequency is for the baud rate configuration.\r
1629 # @Prompt Serial Port Clock Rate.\r
1630 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSerialClockRate|1843200|UINT32|0x00010066\r
1631\r
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1632 ## This PCD points to the front page formset GUID\r
1633 # Compare the FormsetGuid or ClassGuid with this PCD value can detect whether in front page\r
a9890ea5 1634 # @Prompt Front Page Formset.\r
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1635 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFrontPageFormSetGuid|{ 0xbc, 0x30, 0x0c, 0x9e,0x06, 0x3f, 0xa6, 0x4b, 0x82, 0x88, 0x9, 0x17, 0x9b, 0x85, 0x5d, 0xbe }|VOID*|0x0001006e\r
1636\r
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1637 ## Base address of the NV variable range in flash device.\r
1638 # @Prompt Base address of flash NV variable range.\r
a86ae184 1639 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFlashNvStorageVariableBase|0x0|UINT32|0x30000001\r
73850864 1640\r
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1641 ## Size of the NV variable range. Note that this value should less than or equal to PcdFlashNvStorageFtwSpareSize.\r
1642 # The root cause is that variable driver will use FTW protocol to reclaim variable region.\r
1643 # If the length of variable region is larger than FTW spare size, it means the whole variable region can not\r
1644 # be reflushed through the manner of fault tolerant write.\r
1645 # @Prompt Size of flash NV variable range.\r
1646 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFlashNvStorageVariableSize|0x0|UINT32|0x30000002\r
1647\r
2c4b18e0 1648 ## Base address of the FTW spare block range in flash device. Note that this value should be block size aligned.\r
fe44bae5 1649 # @Prompt Base address of flash FTW spare block range.\r
73850864 1650 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFlashNvStorageFtwSpareBase|0x0|UINT32|0x30000013\r
1651\r
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1652 ## Size of the FTW spare block range. Note that this value should larger than PcdFlashNvStorageVariableSize and block size aligned.\r
1653 # The root cause is that variable driver will use FTW protocol to reclaim variable region.\r
1654 # If the length of variable region is larger than FTW spare size, it means the whole variable region can not\r
1655 # be reflushed through the manner of fault tolerant write.\r
1656 # @Prompt Size of flash FTW spare block range.\r
1657 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFlashNvStorageFtwSpareSize|0x0|UINT32|0x30000014\r
1658\r
a86ae184 1659 ## Base address of the FTW working block range in flash device.\r
0d3edd9d 1660 # If PcdFlashNvStorageFtwWorkingSize is larger than one block size, this value should be block size aligned.\r
fe44bae5 1661 # @Prompt Base address of flash FTW working block range.\r
73850864 1662 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFlashNvStorageFtwWorkingBase|0x0|UINT32|0x30000010\r
1663\r
fe44bae5 1664 ## Size of the FTW working block range.\r
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1665 # If the value is less than one block size, the work space range should not span blocks.\r
1666 # If the value is larger than one block size, it should be block size aligned.\r
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1667 # @Prompt Size of flash FTW working block range.\r
1668 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFlashNvStorageFtwWorkingSize|0x0|UINT32|0x30000011\r
1669\r
1670 ## 64-bit Base address of the NV variable range in flash device.\r
1671 # @Prompt 64-bit Base address of flash NV variable range.\r
92a4f6f3 1672 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFlashNvStorageVariableBase64|0x0|UINT64|0x80000001\r
1673\r
2c4b18e0 1674 ## 64-bit Base address of the FTW spare block range in flash device. Note that this value should be block size aligned.\r
fe44bae5 1675 # @Prompt 64-bit Base address of flash FTW spare block range.\r
92a4f6f3 1676 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFlashNvStorageFtwSpareBase64|0x0|UINT64|0x80000013\r
1677\r
1678 ## 64-bit Base address of the FTW working block range in flash device.\r
0d3edd9d 1679 # If PcdFlashNvStorageFtwWorkingSize is larger than one block size, this value should be block size aligned.\r
fe44bae5 1680 # @Prompt 64-bit Base address of flash FTW working block range.\r
92a4f6f3 1681 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFlashNvStorageFtwWorkingBase64|0x0|UINT64|0x80000010\r
1682\r
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1683 ## Indicates if Variable driver will enable emulated variable NV mode.<BR><BR>\r
1684 # If this PCD is configured to dynamic, its value should be set before Variable driver starts to work,<BR>\r
1685 # otherwise default value will take effect.<BR>\r
1686 # TRUE - An EMU variable NV storage will be allocated or reserved for NV variables.<BR>\r
1687 # FALSE - No EMU variable NV storage will be allocated or reserved for NV variables.<BR>\r
1688 # @Prompt EMU variable NV mode enable.\r
1689 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdEmuVariableNvModeEnable|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x01100001\r
1690\r
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SZ
1691 ## This PCD defines the base address of reserved memory range for EMU variable NV storage.\r
1692 # A non-ZERO value indicates a valid range reserved with size given by PcdVariableStoreSize.\r
1693 # @Prompt Base of reserved memory range for EMU variable NV storage.\r
02328a57 1694 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdEmuVariableNvStoreReserved|0|UINT64|0x40000008\r
1695\r
a90ccab8 1696 ## This PCD defines the times to print hello world string.\r
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1697 # This PCD is a sample to explain UINT32 PCD usage.\r
1698 # @Prompt HellowWorld print times.\r
4e17cc90 1699 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdHelloWorldPrintTimes|1|UINT32|0x40000005\r
b7d286b6 1700\r
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1701 ## This PCD defines the HelloWorld print string.\r
1702 # This PCD is a sample to explain String typed PCD usage.\r
1703 # @Prompt HelloWorld print string.\r
1704 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdHelloWorldPrintString|L"UEFI Hello World!\n"|VOID*|0x40000004\r
1705\r
1706 ## Indicates the maximum size of the capsule image with a reset flag that the platform can support.\r
73850864 1707 # The default max size is 100MB (0x6400000) for more than one large capsule images.\r
fe44bae5 1708 # @Prompt Max size of populated capsule.\r
4e17cc90 1709 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxSizePopulateCapsule|0x6400000|UINT32|0x0001001e\r
73850864 1710\r
fe44bae5 1711 ## Indicates the maximum size of the capsule image without a reset flag that the platform can support.\r
0ef42f88 1712 # The default max size is 10MB (0xa00000) for the casule image without reset flag setting.\r
fe44bae5 1713 # @Prompt Max size of non-populated capsule.\r
4e17cc90 1714 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxSizeNonPopulateCapsule|0xa00000|UINT32|0x0001001f\r
6144e7af 1715\r
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1716 ## Null-terminated Unicode string of the firmware vendor name that is the default name filled into the EFI System Table.\r
1717 # @Prompt Firmware vendor.\r
e026f005 1718 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFirmwareVendor|L"EDK II"|VOID*|0x00010050\r
73850864 1719\r
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1720 ## Firmware revision that is the default revision filled into the EFI System Table.\r
1721 # @Prompt Firmware revision.\r
6144e7af 1722 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFirmwareRevision|0x00010000|UINT32|0x00010051\r
1723\r
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1724 ## Null-terminated Unicode string that describes the firmware version.\r
1725 # @Prompt Firmware version string.\r
73850864 1726 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFirmwareVersionString|L""|VOID*|0x00010052\r
1727\r
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1728 ## Null-terminated Unicode string that contains the date the firmware was released\r
1729 # @Prompt Firmware release data string.\r
6144e7af 1730 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFirmwareReleaseDateString|L""|VOID*|0x00010053\r
1731\r
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1732 ## PcdStatusCodeMemorySize is used when PcdStatusCodeUseMemory is set to true.\r
1733 # (PcdStatusCodeMemorySize * KBytes) is the total taken memory size.<BR><BR>\r
1734 # The default value in PeiPhase is 1 KBytes.<BR>\r
1735 # The default value in DxePhase is 128 KBytes.<BR>\r
1736 # @Prompt StatusCode memory size.\r
10c5d87e 1737 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdStatusCodeMemorySize|1|UINT16|0x00010054\r
1738\r
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1739 ## Indicates if to reset system when memory type information changes.<BR><BR>\r
1740 # TRUE - Resets system when memory type information changes.<BR>\r
1741 # FALSE - Does not reset system when memory type information changes.<BR>\r
1742 # @Prompt Reset on memory type information change.\r
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1743 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdResetOnMemoryTypeInformationChange|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010056\r
1744\r
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BB
1745 ## Indicates if the BDS supports Platform Recovery.<BR><BR>\r
1746 # TRUE - BDS supports Platform Recovery.<BR>\r
1747 # FALSE - BDS does not support Platform Recovery.<BR>\r
1748 # @Prompt Support Platform Recovery.\r
1749 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPlatformRecoverySupport|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010078\r
1750\r
f0a1bf11 1751 ## Specify the foreground color for Subtile text in HII Form Browser. The default value is EFI_BLUE.\r
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1752 # Only following values defined in UEFI specification are valid:<BR><BR>\r
1753 # 0x00 (EFI_BLACK)<BR>\r
1754 # 0x01 (EFI_BLUE)<BR>\r
1755 # 0x02 (EFI_GREEN)<BR>\r
1756 # 0x03 (EFI_CYAN)<BR>\r
1757 # 0x04 (EFI_RED)<BR>\r
1758 # 0x05 (EFI_MAGENTA)<BR>\r
1759 # 0x06 (EFI_BROWN)<BR>\r
1760 # 0x07 (EFI_LIGHTGRAY)<BR>\r
1761 # 0x08 (EFI_DARKGRAY)<BR>\r
1762 # 0x09 (EFI_LIGHTBLUE)<BR>\r
1763 # 0x0A (EFI_LIGHTGREEN)<BR>\r
1764 # 0x0B (EFI_LIGHTCYAN)<BR>\r
1765 # 0x0C (EFI_LIGHTRED)<BR>\r
1766 # 0x0D (EFI_LIGHTMAGENTA)<BR>\r
1767 # 0x0E (EFI_YELLOW)<BR>\r
1768 # 0x0F (EFI_WHITE)<BR>\r
1769 # @Prompt Foreground color for browser subtile.\r
1770 # @ValidRange 0x80000004 | 0x00 - 0x0F\r
f0a1bf11 1771 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdBrowserSubtitleTextColor|0x01|UINT8|0x00010057\r
5fc1ae69 1772\r
f0a1bf11 1773 ## Specify the foreground color for prompt and Question value text in HII Form Browser. The default value is EFI_BLACK.\r
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1774 # Only following values defined in UEFI specification are valid:<BR><BR>\r
1775 # 0x00 (EFI_BLACK)<BR>\r
1776 # 0x01 (EFI_BLUE)<BR>\r
1777 # 0x02 (EFI_GREEN)<BR>\r
1778 # 0x03 (EFI_CYAN)<BR>\r
1779 # 0x04 (EFI_RED)<BR>\r
1780 # 0x05 (EFI_MAGENTA)<BR>\r
1781 # 0x06 (EFI_BROWN)<BR>\r
1782 # 0x07 (EFI_LIGHTGRAY)<BR>\r
1783 # 0x08 (EFI_DARKGRAY)<BR>\r
1784 # 0x09 (EFI_LIGHTBLUE)<BR>\r
1785 # 0x0A (EFI_LIGHTGREEN)<BR>\r
1786 # 0x0B (EFI_LIGHTCYAN)<BR>\r
1787 # 0x0C (EFI_LIGHTRED)<BR>\r
1788 # 0x0D (EFI_LIGHTMAGENTA)<BR>\r
1789 # 0x0E (EFI_YELLOW)<BR>\r
1790 # 0x0F (EFI_WHITE)<BR>\r
1791 # @Prompt Foreground color for browser field.\r
1792 # @ValidRange 0x80000004 | 0x00 - 0x0F\r
f0a1bf11 1793 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdBrowserFieldTextColor|0x00|UINT8|0x00010058\r
5fc1ae69 1794\r
f0a1bf11 1795 ## Specify the foreground color for highlighted prompt and Question value text in HII Form Browser.\r
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1796 # The default value is EFI_LIGHTGRAY. Only following values defined in UEFI specification are valid:<BR><BR>\r
1797 # 0x00 (EFI_BLACK)<BR>\r
1798 # 0x01 (EFI_BLUE)<BR>\r
1799 # 0x02 (EFI_GREEN)<BR>\r
1800 # 0x03 (EFI_CYAN)<BR>\r
1801 # 0x04 (EFI_RED)<BR>\r
1802 # 0x05 (EFI_MAGENTA)<BR>\r
1803 # 0x06 (EFI_BROWN)<BR>\r
1804 # 0x07 (EFI_LIGHTGRAY)<BR>\r
1805 # 0x08 (EFI_DARKGRAY)<BR>\r
1806 # 0x09 (EFI_LIGHTBLUE)<BR>\r
1807 # 0x0A (EFI_LIGHTGREEN)<BR>\r
1808 # 0x0B (EFI_LIGHTCYAN)<BR>\r
1809 # 0x0C (EFI_LIGHTRED)<BR>\r
1810 # 0x0D (EFI_LIGHTMAGENTA)<BR>\r
1811 # 0x0E (EFI_YELLOW)<BR>\r
1812 # 0x0F (EFI_WHITE)<BR>\r
1813 # @Prompt Foreground color for highlighted browser field.\r
1814 # @ValidRange 0x80000004 | 0x00 - 0x0F\r
f0a1bf11 1815 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdBrowserFieldTextHighlightColor|0x07|UINT8|0x00010059\r
5fc1ae69 1816\r
f0a1bf11 1817 ## Specify the background color for highlighted prompt and Question value text in HII Form Browser.\r
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1818 # The default value is EFI_BACKGROUND_BLACK. Only following values defined in UEFI specification are valid:<BR><BR>\r
1819 # 0x00 (EFI_BACKGROUND_BLACK)<BR>\r
1820 # 0x10 (EFI_BACKGROUND_BLUE)<BR>\r
1821 # 0x20 (EFI_BACKGROUND_GREEN)<BR>\r
1822 # 0x30 (EFI_BACKGROUND_CYAN)<BR>\r
1823 # 0x40 (EFI_BACKGROUND_RED)<BR>\r
1824 # 0x50 (EFI_BACKGROUND_MAGENTA)<BR>\r
1825 # 0x60 (EFI_BACKGROUND_BROWN)<BR>\r
1826 # 0x70 (EFI_BACKGROUND_LIGHTGRAY)<BR>\r
1827 # @Prompt Background color for highlighted browser field.\r
1828 # @ValidList 0x80000005 | 0x00, 0x10, 0x20, 0x30, 0x40, 0x50, 0x60, 0x70\r
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1829 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdBrowserFieldBackgroundHighlightColor|0x00|UINT8|0x0001005A\r
1830\r
ea060cfa 1831 ## Time in second to delay for SATA devices to spin-up for recovery.\r
fe44bae5 1832 # @Prompt SATA spin-up delay time in second for recovery path.\r
ea060cfa 1833 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSataSpinUpDelayInSecForRecoveryPath|15|UINT16|0x0001005B\r
1834\r
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1835 ## This PCD is used to specify memory size with page number for a pre-allocated ACPI reserved memory\r
1836 # to hold runtime(after SmmReadyToLock) created S3 boot script entries. The default page number is 2.\r
1837 # When changing the value of this PCD, the platform developer should make sure the memory size is\r
1838 # large enough to hold the S3 boot script node created in runtime(after SmmReadyToLock) phase.\r
fe44bae5 1839 # @Prompt Reserved page number for S3 Boot Script Runtime Table.\r
88d20adc 1840 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdS3BootScriptRuntimeTableReservePageNumber|0x2|UINT16|0x0001005C\r
1841\r
ab7017fe 1842 ## The PCD is used to specify the stack size when capsule IA32 PEI transfers to long mode in PEI phase.\r
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1843 # The default size is 32K. When changing the value of this PCD, the platform developer should\r
1844 # make sure the memory size is large enough to meet capsule PEI requirement in capsule update path.\r
1845 # @Prompt Stack size for CapsulePei transfer to long mode.\r
6bea3336 1846 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCapsulePeiLongModeStackSize|0x8000|UINT32|0x0001005D\r
ab7017fe 1847\r
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1848 ## Indicates if 1G page table will be enabled.<BR><BR>\r
1849 # TRUE - 1G page table will be enabled.<BR>\r
1850 # FALSE - 1G page table will not be enabled.<BR>\r
1851 # @Prompt Enable 1G page table support.\r
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1852 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdUse1GPageTable|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x0001005E\r
1853\r
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1854 ## Indicates if the Single Root I/O virtualization is supported.<BR><BR>\r
1855 # TRUE - Single Root I/O virtualization is supported.<BR>\r
1856 # FALSE - Single Root I/O virtualization is not supported.<BR>\r
1857 # @Prompt Enable SRIOV support.\r
1858 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSrIovSupport|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x10000044\r
1859\r
1860 ## Indicates if the Alternative Routing-ID is supported.<BR><BR>\r
1861 # TRUE - Alternative Routing-ID is supported.<BR>\r
1862 # FALSE - Alternative Routing-ID is not supported.<BR>\r
1863 # @Prompt Enable ARI support.\r
1864 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdAriSupport|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x10000045\r
1865\r
1866 ## Indicates if the Multi Root I/O virtualization is supported.<BR><BR>\r
1867 # TRUE - Multi Root I/O virtualization is supported.<BR>\r
1868 # FALSE - Multi Root I/O virtualization is not supported.<BR>\r
1869 # @Prompt Enable MRIOV support.\r
1870 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMrIovSupport|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x10000046\r
1871\r
1872 ## Single root I/O virtualization virtual function memory BAR alignment.<BR><BR>\r
1873 # BITN set indicates 2 of n+12 power<BR>\r
1874 # BIT0 set indicates 4KB alignment<BR>\r
1875 # BIT1 set indicates 8KB alignment<BR>\r
1876 # @Prompt SRIOV system page size.\r
1877 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSrIovSystemPageSize|0x1|UINT32|0x10000047\r
1878\r
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1879 ## SMBIOS version.\r
1880 # @Prompt SMBIOS version.\r
7288142a 1881 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSmbiosVersion|0x0303|UINT16|0x00010055\r
fe781940 1882\r
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1883 ## SMBIOS Docrev field in SMBIOS 3.0 (64-bit) Entry Point Structure.\r
1884 # @Prompt SMBIOS Docrev field in SMBIOS 3.0 (64-bit) Entry Point Structure.\r
17da1b91 1885 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSmbiosDocRev|0x0|UINT8|0x0001006A\r
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1886\r
1887 ## SMBIOS produce method.\r
1888 # BIT0 set indicates 32-bit entry point and table are produced.<BR>\r
1889 # BIT1 set indicates 64-bit entry point and table are produced.<BR>\r
1890 # @Prompt The policy to produce SMBIOS entry point and table.\r
1891 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSmbiosEntryPointProvideMethod|0x3|UINT32|0x00010069\r
1892\r
fe44bae5 1893 ## This PCD specifies the additional pad size in FPDT Basic Boot Performance Table for\r
466ebdd2 1894 # the extension FPDT boot records received after EndOfDxe and before ExitBootService.\r
fe44bae5 1895 # @Prompt Pad size for extension FPDT boot records.\r
466ebdd2 1896 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdExtFpdtBootRecordPadSize|0x30000|UINT32|0x0001005F\r
1c0cc375 1897\r
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1898 ## Indicates if ConIn device are connected on demand.<BR><BR>\r
1899 # TRUE - ConIn device are not connected during BDS and ReadKeyStroke/ReadKeyStrokeEx produced\r
1900 # by Consplitter should be called before any real key read operation.<BR>\r
1901 # FALSE - ConIn device may be connected normally during BDS.<BR>\r
1902 # @Prompt ConIn connect on demand.\r
838a9c58 1903 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdConInConnectOnDemand|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x10000060\r
1904\r
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1905 ## Indicates if the S.M.A.R.T feature of attached ATA hard disks will be enabled.<BR><BR>\r
1906 # TRUE - S.M.A.R.T feature of attached ATA hard disks will be enabled.<BR>\r
1907 # FALSE - S.M.A.R.T feature of attached ATA hard disks will be default status.<BR>\r
1908 # @Prompt Enable ATA S.M.A.R.T feature.\r
0e185864 1909 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdAtaSmartEnable|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010065\r
1910\r
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1911 ## Indicates if full PCI enumeration is disabled.<BR><BR>\r
1912 # TRUE - Full PCI enumeration is disabled.<BR>\r
1913 # FALSE - Full PCI enumeration is not disabled.<BR>\r
1914 # @Prompt Disable full PCI enumeration.\r
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1915 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPciDisableBusEnumeration|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x10000048\r
1916\r
fe44bae5 1917 ## Disk I/O - Number of Data Buffer block.\r
e645bd85 1918 # Define the size in block of the pre-allocated buffer. It provide better\r
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1919 # performance for large Disk I/O requests.\r
1920 # @Prompt Disk I/O - Number of Data Buffer block.\r
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1921 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdDiskIoDataBufferBlockNum|64|UINT32|0x30001039\r
1922\r
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1923 ## This PCD specifies the PCI-based UFS host controller mmio base address.\r
1924 # Define the mmio base address of the pci-based UFS host controller. If there are multiple UFS\r
1925 # host controllers, their mmio base addresses are calculated one by one from this base address.\r
1926 # @Prompt Mmio base address of pci-based UFS host controller.\r
1927 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdUfsPciHostControllerMmioBase|0xd0000000|UINT32|0x10000061\r
1928\r
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1929 ## Specify Max ESRT cache entry number supported for FMP instances\r
1930 #\r
1931 # @Prompt Max FMP ESRT entry number to be synced & cached in repository.\r
1932 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxFmpEsrtCacheNum|32|UINT32|0x0000006b\r
1933\r
1934 ## Specify Max ESRT cache entry number supported for Non FMP instances\r
1935 #\r
1936 # @Prompt Max Non-FMP ESRT entry number to be cached in repository.\r
1937 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdMaxNonFmpEsrtCacheNum|32|UINT32|0x0000006c\r
1938\r
1939 ## Specify of Capsule Flag defined by CapsuleGuid to request system reboot after capsule process\r
1940 #\r
1941 # @Prompt Flag to request system reboot after processing capsule.\r
1942 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSystemRebootAfterCapsuleProcessFlag|0x0001|UINT16|0x0000006d\r
1943\r
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1944 ## Default OEM ID for ACPI table creation, its length must be 0x6 bytes to follow ACPI specification.\r
1945 # @Prompt Default OEM ID for ACPI table creation.\r
1946 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdAcpiDefaultOemId|"INTEL "|VOID*|0x30001034\r
1947\r
1948 ## Default OEM Table ID for ACPI table creation, it is "EDK2 ".\r
e90a0ee8 1949 # According to ACPI specification, this field is particularly useful when\r
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1950 # defining a definition block to distinguish definition block functions.\r
1951 # The OEM assigns each dissimilar table a new OEM Table ID.\r
1952 # This PCD is ignored for definition block.\r
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1953 # @Prompt Default OEM Table ID for ACPI table creation.\r
1954 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdAcpiDefaultOemTableId|0x20202020324B4445|UINT64|0x30001035\r
1955\r
1956 ## Default OEM Revision for ACPI table creation.\r
e90a0ee8 1957 # According to ACPI specification, for LoadTable() opcode, the OS can also\r
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1958 # check the OEM Table ID and Revision ID against a database for a newer\r
1959 # revision Definition Block of the same OEM Table ID and load it instead.\r
1960 # This PCD is ignored for definition block.\r
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1961 # @Prompt Default OEM Revision for ACPI table creation.\r
1962 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdAcpiDefaultOemRevision|0x00000002|UINT32|0x30001036\r
1963\r
1964 ## Default Creator ID for ACPI table creation.\r
e90a0ee8 1965 # According to ACPI specification, for tables containing Definition Blocks,\r
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1966 # this is the ID for the ASL Compiler.\r
1967 # This PCD is ignored for definition block.\r
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1968 # @Prompt Default Creator ID for ACPI table creation.\r
1969 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdAcpiDefaultCreatorId|0x20202020|UINT32|0x30001037\r
1970\r
1971 ## Default Creator Revision for ACPI table creation.\r
e90a0ee8 1972 # According to ACPI specification, for tables containing Definition Blocks,\r
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1973 # this is the revision for the ASL Compiler.\r
1974 # This PCD is ignored for definition block.\r
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1975 # @Prompt Default Creator Revision for ACPI table creation.\r
1976 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdAcpiDefaultCreatorRevision|0x01000013|UINT32|0x30001038\r
1977\r
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1978 ## Indicates if to set NX for stack.<BR><BR>\r
1979 # For the DxeIpl and the DxeCore are both X64, set NX for stack feature also require PcdDxeIplBuildPageTables be TRUE.<BR>\r
1980 # For the DxeIpl and the DxeCore are both IA32 (PcdDxeIplSwitchToLongMode is FALSE), set NX for stack feature also require\r
1981 # IA32 PAE is supported and Execute Disable Bit is available.<BR>\r
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1982 # <BR>\r
1983 # TRUE - Set NX for stack.<BR>\r
1984 # FALSE - Do nothing for stack.<BR>\r
1985 # <BR>\r
1986 # Note: If this PCD is set to FALSE, NX could be still applied to stack due to PcdDxeNxMemoryProtectionPolicy enabled for\r
1987 # EfiBootServicesData.<BR>\r
1988 # <BR>\r
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1989 # @Prompt Set NX for stack.\r
1990 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSetNxForStack|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x0001006f\r
1991\r
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1992 ## This PCD specifies the PCI-based SD/MMC host controller mmio base address.\r
1993 # Define the mmio base address of the pci-based SD/MMC host controller. If there are multiple SD/MMC\r
1994 # host controllers, their mmio base addresses are calculated one by one from this base address.\r
1995 # @Prompt Mmio base address of pci-based SD/MMC host controller.\r
1996 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSdMmcPciHostControllerMmioBase|0xd0000000|UINT32|0x30001043\r
1997\r
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1998 ## Indicates if ACPI S3 will be enabled.<BR><BR>\r
1999 # TRUE - ACPI S3 will be enabled.<BR>\r
2000 # FALSE - ACPI S3 will be disabled.<BR>\r
2001 # @Prompt ACPI S3 Enable.\r
2002 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdAcpiS3Enable|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x01100000\r
2003\r
bd890a73 2004 ## Specify memory size for boot script executor stack usage in S3 phase.\r
d1102dba 2005 # The default size 32K. When changing the value make sure the memory size is large enough\r
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2006 # to meet boot script executor requirement in the S3 phase.\r
2007 # @Prompt Reserved S3 Boot Script Stack ACPI Memory Size\r
2008 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdS3BootScriptStackSize|0x8000|UINT32|0x02000000\r
2009\r
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2010 ## Indicates if to use the optimized timing for best PS2 detection performance.\r
2011 # Note this PCD could be set to TRUE for best boot performance and set to FALSE for best device compatibility.<BR><BR>\r
2012 # TRUE - Use the optimized timing for best PS2 detection performance.<BR>\r
2013 # FALSE - Use the normal timing to detect PS2.<BR>\r
2014 # @Prompt Enable fast PS2 detection\r
2015 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdFastPS2Detection|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x30001044\r
2016\r
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2017 ## This is recover file name in PEI phase.\r
2018 # The file must be in the root directory.\r
2019 # The file name must be the 8.3 format.\r
2020 # The PCD data must be in UNICODE format.\r
ea7dcfed 2021 # @Prompt Recover file name in PEI phase\r
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2022 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdRecoveryFileName|L"FVMAIN.FV"|VOID*|0x30001045\r
2023\r
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2024 ## This is Capsule Temp Relocation file name in PEI phase.\r
2025 # The file must be in the root directory.\r
2026 # The file name must be the 8.3 format.\r
2027 # The PCD data must be in UNICODE format.\r
2028 # CapsuleOnDiskLoadPei PEI module will set value of this PCD to PcdRecoveryFileName, then\r
2029 # leverage recovery to get Capsule On Disk Temp Relocation file.\r
2030 # Note: The file name must be shorter than PcdRecoveryFileName, otherwise CapsuleOnDiskLoadPei\r
2031 # PEI module will fail to get Capsule On Disk Temp Relocation file.\r
2032 # @Prompt Capsule On Disk Temp Relocation file name in PEI phase\r
2033 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCoDRelocationFileName|L"Cod.tmp"|VOID*|0x30001048\r
2034\r
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2035 ## This PCD hold a list GUIDs for the ImageTypeId to indicate the\r
2036 # FMP capsule is a system FMP.\r
2037 # @Prompt A list of system FMP ImageTypeId GUIDs\r
2038 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSystemFmpCapsuleImageTypeIdGuid|{0x0}|VOID*|0x30001046\r
2039\r
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2040 ## This PCD holds the address mask for page table entries when memory encryption is\r
2041 # enabled on AMD processors supporting the Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) feature.\r
2042 # This mask should be applied when creating 1:1 virtual to physical mapping tables.\r
76081dfc 2043 # @Prompt The address mask when memory encryption is enabled.\r
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2044 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPteMemoryEncryptionAddressOrMask|0x0|UINT64|0x30001047\r
2045\r
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2046 ## Indicates if 5-Level Paging will be enabled in long mode. 5-Level Paging will not be enabled\r
2047 # when the PCD is TRUE but CPU doesn't support 5-Level Paging.\r
2048 # TRUE - 5-Level Paging will be enabled.<BR>\r
2049 # FALSE - 5-Level Paging will not be enabled.<BR>\r
2050 # @Prompt Enable 5-Level Paging support in long mode.\r
2051 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdUse5LevelPageTable|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x0001105F\r
2052\r
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2053 ## Capsule In Ram is to use memory to deliver the capsules that will be processed after system\r
2054 # reset.<BR><BR>\r
2055 # This PCD indicates if the Capsule In Ram is supported.<BR>\r
2056 # TRUE - Capsule In Ram is supported.<BR>\r
2057 # FALSE - Capsule In Ram is not supported.\r
2058 # @Prompt Enable Capsule In Ram support.\r
2059 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCapsuleInRamSupport|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x0000002e\r
2060\r
e0cb5e18 2061 ## Full device path of platform specific device to store Capsule On Disk temp relocation file.<BR>\r
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2062 # If this PCD is set, Capsule On Disk temp relocation file will be stored in the device specified\r
2063 # by this PCD, instead of the EFI System Partition that stores capsule image file.\r
2064 # @Prompt Capsule On Disk relocation device path.\r
2065 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdCodRelocationDevPath|{0xFF}|VOID*|0x0000002f\r
2066\r
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2067 ## Indicates which TCG Platform Firmware Profile revision the EDKII firmware follows.\r
2068 # The revision number is defined in MdePkg/Include/IndustryStandard/UefiTcgPlatform.h\r
2069 # 0: This is for compatiblity support.\r
2070 # 105: This is the first revision to support 800-155 is related event, such as\r
2071 # EV_EFI_PLATFORM_FIRMWARE_BLOB2 and EV_EFI_HANDOFF_TABLES2.\r
2072 # @Prompt TCG Platform Firmware Profile revision.\r
2073 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdTcgPfpMeasurementRevision|0|UINT32|0x00010077\r
2074\r
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2075 ## Indicates if StatusCode is reported via Serial port.<BR><BR>\r
2076 # TRUE - Reports StatusCode via Serial port.<BR>\r
2077 # FALSE - Does not report StatusCode via Serial port.<BR>\r
2078 # @Prompt Enable StatusCode via Serial port.\r
2079 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdStatusCodeUseSerial|TRUE|BOOLEAN|0x00010022\r
2080\r
2081 ## Indicates if StatusCode is stored in memory.\r
2082 # The memory is boot time memory in PEI Phase and is runtime memory in DXE Phase.<BR><BR>\r
2083 # TRUE - Stores StatusCode in memory.<BR>\r
2084 # FALSE - Does not store StatusCode in memory.<BR>\r
2085 # @Prompt Enable StatusCode via memory.\r
2086 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdStatusCodeUseMemory|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x00010023\r
2087\r
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2088 ## Indicates if the PCIe Resizable BAR Capability Supported.<BR><BR>\r
2089 # TRUE - PCIe Resizable BAR Capability is supported.<BR>\r
2090 # FALSE - PCIe Resizable BAR Capability is not supported.<BR>\r
2091 # @Prompt Enable PCIe Resizable BAR Capability support.\r
ef23012e 2092 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdPcieResizableBarSupport|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x10000024\r
0785c619 2093\r
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2094 ## This PCD holds the shared bit mask for page table entries when Tdx is enabled.\r
2095 # @Prompt The shared bit mask when Intel Tdx is enabled.\r
2096 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdTdxSharedBitMask|0x0|UINT64|0x10000025\r
2097\r
097e8d68 2098[PcdsPatchableInModule]\r
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2099 ## Specify memory size with page number for PEI code when\r
2100 # Loading Module at Fixed Address feature is enabled.\r
2101 # The value will be set by the build tool.\r
2102 # @Prompt LMFA PEI code page number.\r
2103 # @ValidList 0x80000001 | 0\r
54ea99a7 2104 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdLoadFixAddressPeiCodePageNumber|0|UINT32|0x00000029\r
5fc1ae69 2105\r
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2106 ## Specify memory size with page number for DXE boot time code when\r
2107 # Loading Module at Fixed Address feature is enabled.\r
2108 # The value will be set by the build tool.\r
2109 # @Prompt LMFA DXE boot code page number.\r
2110 # @ValidList 0x80000001 | 0\r
54ea99a7 2111 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdLoadFixAddressBootTimeCodePageNumber|0|UINT32|0x0000002a\r
5fc1ae69 2112\r
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2113 ## Specify memory size with page number for DXE runtime code when\r
2114 # Loading Module at Fixed Address feature is enabled.\r
2115 # The value will be set by the build tool.\r
2116 # @Prompt LMFA DXE runtime code page number.\r
2117 # @ValidList 0x80000001 | 0\r
54ea99a7 2118 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdLoadFixAddressRuntimeCodePageNumber|0|UINT32|0x0000002b\r
5fc1ae69 2119\r
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2120 ## Specify memory size with page number for SMM code when\r
2121 # Loading Module at Fixed Address feature is enabled.\r
2122 # The value will be set by the build tool.\r
2123 # @Prompt LMFA SMM code page number.\r
2124 # @ValidList 0x80000001 | 0\r
54ea99a7 2125 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdLoadFixAddressSmmCodePageNumber|0|UINT32|0x0000002c\r
2126\r
88d20adc 2127[PcdsDynamic, PcdsDynamicEx]\r
2128 ## This dynamic PCD hold an address to point to private data structure used in DxeS3BootScriptLib library\r
2129 # instance which records the S3 boot script table start address, length, etc. To introduce this PCD is\r
2130 # only for DxeS3BootScriptLib instance implementation purpose. The platform developer should make sure the\r
2131 # default value is set to Zero. And the PCD is assumed ONLY to be accessed in DxeS3BootScriptLib Library.\r
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2132 # @Prompt S3 Boot Script Table Private Data pointer.\r
2133 # @ValidList 0x80000001 | 0x0\r
88d20adc 2134 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdS3BootScriptTablePrivateDataPtr|0x0|UINT64|0x00030000\r
2135\r
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2136 ## This dynamic PCD hold an address to point to private data structure SMM copy used in DxeS3BootScriptLib library\r
2137 # instance which records the S3 boot script table start address, length, etc. To introduce this PCD is\r
2138 # only for DxeS3BootScriptLib instance implementation purpose. The platform developer should make sure the\r
2139 # default value is set to Zero. And the PCD is assumed ONLY to be accessed in DxeS3BootScriptLib Library.\r
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2140 # @Prompt S3 Boot Script Table Private Smm Data pointer.\r
2141 # @ValidList 0x80000001 | 0x0\r
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2142 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdS3BootScriptTablePrivateSmmDataPtr|0x0|UINT64|0x00030001\r
2143\r
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2144 ## This dynamic PCD holds the information if there is any test key used by the platform.\r
2145 # @Prompt If there is any test key used by the platform.\r
2146 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdTestKeyUsed|FALSE|BOOLEAN|0x00030003\r
2147\r
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2148 ## This dynamic PCD holds the base address of the Guest-Hypervisor Communication Block (GHCB) pool allocation.\r
2149 # @Prompt GHCB Pool Base Address\r
2150 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdGhcbBase|0|UINT64|0x00030007\r
2151\r
2152 ## This dynamic PCD holds the total size of the Guest-Hypervisor Communication Block (GHCB) pool allocation.\r
2153 # The amount of memory allocated for GHCBs is dependent on the number of APs.\r
2154 # @Prompt GHCB Pool Size\r
2155 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdGhcbSize|0|UINT64|0x00030008\r
2156\r
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2157[PcdsDynamicEx]\r
2158 ## This dynamic PCD enables the default variable setting.\r
2159 # Its value is the default store ID value. The default value is zero as Standard default.\r
2160 # When its value is set in PEI, it will trig the default setting to be applied as the default EFI variable.\r
2161 # @Prompt NV Storage DefaultId\r
2162 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdSetNvStoreDefaultId|0x0|UINT16|0x00030004\r
2163\r
2164 ## This dynamic PCD holds the DynamicHii PCD value. Its value is the auto generated.\r
2165 # @Prompt NV Storage Default Value Buffer\r
2166 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdNvStoreDefaultValueBuffer|{0x0}|VOID*|0x00030005\r
2167\r
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2168 ## VPD type PCD allows a developer to point to an absolute physical address PcdVpdBaseAddress64\r
2169 # to store PCD value. It will be DynamicExDefault only.\r
2170 # It is used to set VPD region base address. So, it can't be DynamicExVpd PCD. Its value is\r
2171 # required to be accessed in PcdDxe driver entry point. So, its value must be set in PEI phase.\r
2172 # It can't depend on EFI variable service, and can't be DynamicExHii PCD.\r
2173 # @Prompt 64bit VPD base address.\r
2174 gEfiMdeModulePkgTokenSpaceGuid.PcdVpdBaseAddress64|0x0|UINT64|0x00030006\r
2175\r
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2176[UserExtensions.TianoCore."ExtraFiles"]\r
2177 MdeModulePkgExtra.uni\r