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<!--  IBM_PROLOG_BEGIN_TAG
     This is an automatically generated prolog.
   
     $Source: src/usr/targeting/xmltohb/attribute_types.xml $
   
     IBM CONFIDENTIAL
   
     COPYRIGHT International Business Machines Corp. 2011
   
     p1
   
     Object Code Only (OCO) source materials
     Licensed Internal Code Source Materials
     IBM HostBoot Licensed Internal Code
   
     The source code for this program is not published or other-
     wise divested of its trade secrets, irrespective of what has
     been deposited with the U.S. Copyright Office.
   
     Origin: 30
   
     IBM_PROLOG_END -->

<attributes>

<!-- =====================================================================
     HOST BOOT ATTRIBUTE TYPES 
     Contains the definition of all hostboot attributes
     ================================================================= -->

<enumerationType>
    <id>CLASS</id>
    <description>Enumeration indicating the target's class</description>
    <enumerator>
        <name>NA</name>
        <value>0</value>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>CARD</name>
        <value>1</value>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>ENC</name>
        <value>2</value>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>CHIP</name>
        <value>3</value>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>UNIT</name>
        <value>4</value>
    </enumerator>            
    <enumerator>
        <name>DEV</name>
        <value>5</value>
    </enumerator>             
    <enumerator>
        <name>SYS</name>
        <value>6</value>
    </enumerator>             
    <enumerator>
        <name>MAX</name>
        <value>7</value>
    </enumerator>             
    <default>NA</default>
</enumerationType>

<enumerationType>
    <id>TYPE</id>
    <description>Enumeration indicating the target's type</description>
    <enumerator>
        <name>NA</name>
        <value>0</value>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>SYS</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>NODE</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>DIMM</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>SCM</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>DCM</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>MEMBUF</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>PROC</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>MEMVRM</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>PROCVRM</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>EX</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>CORE</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>L2</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>L3</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>L4</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>MCS</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>MBS</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>MBA</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>MEM_PORT</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>PERVASIVE</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>POWERBUS</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>XBUS</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>ABUS</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>PCI</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>DMI</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>LAST_IN_RANGE</name>
    </enumerator>
    <default>NA</default>
</enumerationType>

<enumerationType>
    <id>MODEL</id>
    <description>Enumeration indicating the target's model</description>
    <enumerator>
        <name>NA</name>
        <value>0</value>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>SALERNO</name>
        <value>16</value>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>VENICE</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>CENTAUR</name>
        <value>48</value>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>JEDEC</name>
        <value>80</value>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>CDIMM</name>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>POWER8</name>
        <value>112</value>
    </enumerator>            
    <default>NA</default>
</enumerationType>

<enumerationType>
    <id>ENGINE_TYPE</id>
    <description>Enumeration indicating the target's engine type</description>
    <enumerator>
        <name>NA</name>
        <value>0</value>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>ENGINE_IIC</name>
        <value>1</value>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>ENGINE_SCOM</name>
        <value>2</value>
    </enumerator>
    <default>NA</default>
</enumerationType>

<enumerationType>
    <id>FSI_MASTER_TYPE</id>
    <description>Enumeration indicating the master's FSI type</description>
    <enumerator>
        <name>MFSI</name>
        <value>0</value>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>CMFSI</name>
        <value>1</value>
    </enumerator>
    <enumerator>
        <name>NO_MASTER</name>
        <value>2</value>
    </enumerator>
    <default>NO_MASTER</default>
</enumerationType>

<attribute>
    <id>CLASS</id>
    <description>Attribute indicating the target's class</description>
    <simpleType>
        <enumeration>
            <id>CLASS</id>
        </enumeration>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <hasStringConversion/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>TYPE</id>
    <description>Attribute indicating the target's type</description>
    <simpleType>
        <enumeration>
            <id>TYPE</id>
        </enumeration>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <hasStringConversion/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>MODEL</id>
    <description>Attribute indicating the target's model</description>
    <simpleType>
        <enumeration>
            <id>MODEL</id>
        </enumeration>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <hasStringConversion/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>ENGINE_TYPE</id>
    <description>Attribute indicating the target's engine type</description>
    <simpleType>
        <enumeration>
            <id>ENGINE_TYPE</id>
        </enumeration>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <hasStringConversion/>
</attribute>    

<attribute>
    <id>SCRATCH_UINT8_1</id>
    <description>Scratch attribute that can be used for dev/test</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint8_t>
            <default>0</default> 
        </uint8_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_SCRATCH_UINT8_1</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>SCRATCH_UINT8_2</id>
    <description>Scratch attribute that can be used for dev/test</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint8_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint8_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_SCRATCH_UINT8_2</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>SCRATCH_UINT32_1</id>
    <description>Scratch attribute that can be used for dev/test</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint32_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint32_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_SCRATCH_UINT32_1</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>SCRATCH_UINT32_2</id>
    <description>Scratch attribute that can be used for dev/test</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint32_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint32_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_SCRATCH_UINT32_2</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>SCRATCH_UINT64_1</id>
    <description>Scratch attribute that can be used for dev/test</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint64_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint64_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_SCRATCH_UINT64_1</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>SCRATCH_UINT64_2</id>
    <description>Scratch attribute that can be used for dev/test</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint64_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint64_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_SCRATCH_UINT64_2</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>SCRATCH_UINT8_ARRAY_1</id>
    <description>Scratch attribute that can be used for dev/test</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint8_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint8_t>
        <array>32</array>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_SCRATCH_UINT8_ARRAY_1</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>SCRATCH_UINT8_ARRAY_2</id>
    <description>Scratch attribute that can be used for dev/test</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint8_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint8_t>
        <array>2, 3, 4</array>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_SCRATCH_UINT8_ARRAY_2</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>SCRATCH_UINT32_ARRAY_1</id>
    <description>Scratch attribute that can be used for dev/test</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint32_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint32_t>
        <array>8</array>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_SCRATCH_UINT32_ARRAY_1</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>SCRATCH_UINT32_ARRAY_2</id>
    <description>Scratch attribute that can be used for dev/test</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint32_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint32_t>
        <array>2,3</array>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_SCRATCH_UINT32_ARRAY_2</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>SCRATCH_UINT64_ARRAY_1</id>
    <description>Scratch attribute that can be used for dev/test</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint64_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint64_t>
        <array>4</array>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_SCRATCH_UINT64_ARRAY_1</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>SCRATCH_UINT64_ARRAY_2</id>
    <description>Scratch attribute that can be used for dev/test</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint64_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint64_t>
        <array>2,2</array>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_SCRATCH_UINT64_ARRAY_2</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>DUMMY_RW</id>
    <description>Dummy attribute with read/write permissions</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint8_t>
            <default>5</default>
        </uint8_t>
        <array>1,3,5</array>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_DUMMY_SCRATCH_PLAT_INIT_UINT8</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>DUMMY_WO</id>
    <description>Dummy attribute with write-only permissions</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint8_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint8_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <writeable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>DUMMY_RO</id>
    <description>Dummy attribute with read-only permissions</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint8_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint8_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>DUMMY_HEAP_ZERO_DEFAULT</id>
    <description>Dummy attribute on the heap with zero initialization</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint8_t>
            <default>5</default>
        </uint8_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>PHYS_PATH</id>
    <description>Physical hierarchical path to the target</description>
    <nativeType>
        <name>EntityPath</name>
    </nativeType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>AFFINITY_PATH</id>
    <description>Hierarchical path to the target with respect to logical affinity</description>
    <nativeType>
        <name>EntityPath</name>
    </nativeType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>POWER_PATH</id>
    <description>Hierarchical path to the target with respect to power</description>
    <nativeType>
        <name>EntityPath</name>
    </nativeType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>PRIMARY_CAPABILITIES</id>
    <description>Attribute which describes capabilities of a target</description>
    <complexType>
        <description>Structure which defines a target's primary capabilities.  
        A target can only support at most FSI SCOM and one of the other two SCOM 
        types.  Applicable for all targets.  Structure is read-only.
        </description>
        <field>
            <name>supportsFsiScom</name>
            <description>0b0: Target does not support FSI SCOM; 
            0b1: Target supports FSI SCOM
            </description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <bits>1</bits>
            <default>0</default> 
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>supportsXscom</name>
            <description>0b0: Target does not support XSCOM;
            0b1: Target supports FSI XSCOM</description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <bits>1</bits>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>supportsInbandScom</name>
            <description>0b0: Target does not support inband SCOM</description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <bits>1</bits>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>reserved</name>
            <description>Reserved for future use</description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <bits>5</bits>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>        
        </complexType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>SCOM_SWITCHES</id>
    <description>Attribute storing information about which SCOM path to use</description>
    <complexType>
        <description>Structure which defines which SCOM to use at a point in 
        time.  Only applicable if target supports one or more SCOM types.  Only 
        one bit (of the first three) can ever be set at any one time.  
        </description>
        <field>
            <name>useFsiScom</name>
            <description>0b0: Do not use FSI SCOM at this time.  0b1: Use FSI 
            SCOM at this time</description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <bits>1</bits>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>useXscom</name>
            <description>0b0: Do not use XSCOM at this time.  0b1: Use XSCOM at 
            this time</description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <bits>1</bits>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>useInbandScom</name>
            <description>0b0: Do not use inband SCOM at this time.  0b1: Use 
            inband SCOM at this time</description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <bits>1</bits>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>reserved</name>
            <description>Reserved for future expansion</description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <bits>5</bits>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
    </complexType>
    <persistency>volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>XSCOM_BASE_ADDRESS</id>
    <description>System XSCOM base address</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint64_t>
            <default>0x300000000000</default>
        </uint64_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>XSCOM_CHIP_INFO</id>
    <description>Attribute which describes XSCOM chip info</description>
    <complexType>
        <description>Structure which defines chip info necessary for XSCOM.  
        Only applicable for chip targets which support XSCOM.  Structure is 
        read-only</description>
        <field>
            <name>nodeId</name>
            <description>Unique ID of node containing the chip</description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>chipId</name>
            <description>Unique ID of chip, relative to node</description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
    </complexType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>I2C_CHIP_INFO</id>
    <description>Attribute which describes I2C chip info</description>
    <complexType>
        <description>Structure which defines info necessary for I2C.  Only 
        applicable for chip targets which support I2C.  Structure is 
        read-only.</description>
        <field>
            <name>busSpeed</name>
            <description>Slave device bus speed</description>
            <type>uint32_t</type>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>deviceAddr</name>
            <description>Slave device address</description>
            <type>uint32_t</type>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>devicePort</name>
            <description>Slave device port location</description>
            <type>uint32_t</type>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>deviceMasterEng</name>
            <description>Master I2C engine slave is hung off of</description>
            <type>uint32_t</type>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
        </complexType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>FSI_MASTER_CHIP</id>
    <description>Chip which contains the FSI master logic that drives this slave</description>
    <nativeType>
        <name>EntityPath</name>
    </nativeType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>FSI_MASTER_TYPE</id>
    <description>Type of Master FSI connection to this slave (MFSI or cMFSI)</description>
    <simpleType>
        <enumeration>
            <id>FSI_MASTER_TYPE</id>
        </enumeration>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <hasStringConversion/>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>FSI_MASTER_PORT</id>
    <description>Which port is this chip hanging off of</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint8_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint8_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>FSI_SLAVE_CASCADE</id>
    <description>Slave cascade position</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint8_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint8_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>FSI_OPTION_FLAGS</id>
    <description>Reserved for any special flags we might need to access FSI</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint16_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint16_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>VPO_MODE</id>
    <description>Are we running against the hardware simulator? 1=yes</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint8_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint8_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>HWAS_STATE</id>
    <description>HardWare Availability Service State Attribute.  
        Keeps track of Target values poweredOn, present, functional, 
        changedSinceLastIPL, and gardLevel</description>
    <complexType>
        <description>struct - so far contains 4 booleans and a 4-bit GARD level
            field</description>
        <field>
            <name>poweredOn</name>
            <description>boolean: Target is powered on, or Not.
                comes up as powered off.</description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <bits>1</bits>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>present</name>
            <description>Target is present in the system.  
                comes up as Not PRESENT.    </description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <bits>1</bits>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>functional</name>
            <description>Target is Functional.
                comes up as Not FUNCTIONAL  </description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <bits>1</bits>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>changedSinceLastIPL</name>
            <description>Target has changed since last IPL.  
                comes up as FALSE.    </description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <bits>1</bits>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>        
        <field>
            <name>gardLevel</name>
            <description>GARD Level.  This is a 4-bit value.   
                comes up as 0  </description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <bits>4</bits>
            <default>0</default>
        </field>
    </complexType>    
    <persistency>volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>MSS_EFF_PRIMARY_RANK</id>
    <description>The effective rank group on each port (0 to 3) for each group 0-3</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint8_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint8_t>
        <array>4, 4</array>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency>
    <readable/> 
    <writeable/>
    <hwpfToHbAttrMap>
        <id>ATTR_MSS_EFF_PRIMARY_RANK</id>
        <macro>DIRECT</macro>
    </hwpfToHbAttrMap>
</attribute>

<!-- For POD Testing -->
<attribute>
    <id>NUMERIC_POD_TYPE_TEST</id>
    <description>Attribute which tests numeric POD types</description>
    <complexType>
        <description>Numeric POD type test structure</description>
        <field>
            <name>fsiPath</name>
            <description>Entity path for testing purposes</description>
            <type>EntityPath</type>
            <default>physical:sys-0</default> 
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>className</name>
            <description>Class for testing purposes</description>
            <type>CLASS</type>
            <default>CHIP</default> 
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>uint8</name>
            <description>Test uint8</description>
            <type>uint8_t</type>
            <default>0xAB</default> 
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>uint16</name>
            <description>Test uint16</description>
            <type>uint16_t</type>
            <default>0xABCD</default> 
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>uint32</name>
            <description>Test uint32</description>
            <type>uint32_t</type>
            <default>0xABCDEF01</default> 
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>uint64</name>
            <description>Test uint64</description>
            <type>uint64_t</type>
            <default>0xABCDEF0123456789</default> 
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>int8</name>
            <description>Test int8</description>
            <type>int8_t</type>
            <default>-124</default> 
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>int16</name>
            <description>Test int16</description>
            <type>int16_t</type>
            <default>-32764</default> 
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>int32</name>
            <description>Test int32</description>
            <type>int32_t</type>
            <default>-2147483644</default> 
        </field>
        <field>
            <name>int64</name>
            <description>Test int64</description>
            <type>int64_t</type>
            <default>-9223372036854775804</default> 
        </field>
        </complexType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>DECONFIG_GARDABLE</id>
    <description>If the Target is Deconfigurable and GARDable</description>
    <simpleType>
        <uint8_t>
            <default>0</default>
        </uint8_t>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>non-volatile</persistency>
    <readable/>
</attribute>

<attribute>
    <id>HB_MUTEX_TEST_LOCK</id>
    <description>Host boot mutex for testing</description>
    <simpleType>
        <hbmutex>
            <default>0</default>
        </hbmutex>
    </simpleType>
    <persistency>volatile-zeroed</persistency> 
    <readable/>
    <writeable/>
</attribute>

</attributes>

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