188.8.131.52. Process Address Space ID (PASID)
PASID is an optional feature that enables sharing of a single Endpoint device across multiple processes while providing each process a complete 64-bit virtual address space. In practice, this feature adds support for a TLP prefix that contains a 20-bit address space that can be added to memory transaction TLPs.
|PCIe0 PF0 Enable PASID||True/False||False||Enable or disable PASID capability for PCIe0 PF0.|
|PCIe0 PF0 Enable Execute Permission Support||True/False||False||Enable or disable PASID Execute Permission Support for PCIe0 PF0.|
|PCIe0 PF0 Enable Privileged Mode Support||True/False||False||Enable or disable PASID Privileged Mode Support for PCIe0 PF0.|
|PCIe0 PF0 Max PASID Width||0 - 20||0||Set the Max PASID Width for PCIe0 PF0.|
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