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Observer weimiao1324
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Registered: ‎09-16-2015

Matching address space for code segment 1 not found. Code segment occupies [0x80000000:0x8001D103]

Hello All,

    I want to combine the hardware.bit file and the application .elf file in SDK, but in programming fpga process, some errors happeded.

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CRITICAL WARNING: [Updatemem 57-154] Matching address space for code segment 1 not found. Code segment occupies [0x80000000:0x8001D103]
ERROR: [Updatemem 57-153] Failed to update the BRAM INIT strings for G:/Vivado_Projects/Test_dehaze_24/proj/hdmi.sdk/dehaze_demo/Debug/dehaze_demo.elf and G:/Vivado_Projects/Test_dehaze_24/proj/hdmi.sdk/hdmi_wrapper_hw_platform_0/hdmi_wrapper.mmi.
ERROR: [Common 17-39] 'update_mem' failed due to earlier errors.

 

 

can i get any help on this!!!!!!

 

  Thanks a lot!! 

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Registered: ‎10-06-2016

Re: Matching address space for code segment 1 not found. Code segment occupies [0x80000000:0x8001D103]

Hi @weimiao1324,

 

According to error log you show, looks like you linker script is not properly configured as long looks like your code segement occopies more than the space available.

 

Can you share your HDF or mmi file and the linker configuration file? Looking to those files may help to identify the issue.


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Visitor sunyuanxin
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Registered: ‎06-25-2017

Re: Matching address space for code segment 1 not found. Code segment occupies [0x80000000:0x8001D103]

It seems that some of the code segments operating in the peripheral DDR SRAM. The mmi file did not indicate the address space of the peripheral device.

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