PCV services

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bpc

Cmd Name
0 ShutdownConsole
1 RebootConsole
2
3
4
5 Returns an event handle.
6
7 Returns an event handle.
8
9
10

bpc:r

pcv

Cmd Name
0 SetPowerEnabled
1 SetClockEnabled
2
3
4
5
6
7 SetReset
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

pcv:arb

Cmd Name
0

pcv:imm

Cmd Name
0

time:u, time:a, time:s

The following is "nn::timesrv::detail::service::IStaticService"

Cmd Name Notes
0 GetStandardUserSystemClock Returns an #ISystemClock.
1 GetStandardNetworkSystemClock Returns an #ISystemClock.
2 GetStandardSteadyClock Returns an #ISteadyClock.
3 GetTimeZoneService Returns an #ITimeZoneService.
4 GetStandardLocalSystemClock Returns an #ISystemClock.
100 IsStandardUserSystemClockAutomaticCorrectionEnabled
101 SetStandardUserSystemClockAutomaticCorrectionEnabled
200 IsStandardNetworkSystemClockAccuracySufficient

ISteadyClock

Cmd Name
0 GetCurrentTimePoint
2 GetTestOffset
3 SetTestOffset
100 GetRtcValue
101 IsRtcResetDetected
102 GetSetupResultValue
200 GetInternalOffset
201 SetInternalOffset

ISystemClock

Cmd Name Notes
0 GetCurrentTime Returns an nn::time::PosixTime (time since epoch).
1 SetCurrentTime Takes an nn::time::PosixTime.
2 GetSystemClockContext Returns an 0x20 byte struct (nn::time::SystemClockContext).
3 SetSystemClockContext Takes an nn::time::SystemClockContext


ITimeZoneService