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vandenplas
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Revision stack

I'm compiling the revision stack for the ZCU102

 

I get the following error No M_AXI_GP port found in the platform!

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stephenm
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Are you using the platform for the zcu102 that is delivered with the tools?

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vandenplas
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I'm following the instructions from :

 

http://www.wiki.xilinx.com/reVISION+Getting+Started+Guide+2017.4+rev2?responseToken=9ead30c8981a368cb91bebd1f84cbccc

 

I've got both the ZCU102 and ZCU104

 

I've also tried to see if I can fix the issue by setting up my own custom platform.

 

 

 

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vandenplas
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I've tried a new build using the ZCU104 and I still get the same error

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marie-laurie
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Hi Vandenplas

 

I have the same error, did you manage to solve this issue ? 

regards, 

ML

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gill
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While this error is where the tool is halting, you very likely saw some suspicious messages related to clock ID prior to the reported error.  Things like this:

WARNING: [DMAnalysis 83-1005] Invalid clock id 1 for platform XYZ

 

Typically this is the result of a naming mismatch between the platform and the platform's content.  You can encounter this if the platform directory has been renamed, or if the .dsa file internal to the platform has been renamed or was incorrectly exported.  An example way of recreating this problem would be to download the revision platform, and renamed the containing directory [the directory containing the .xpfm file] to "revision" instead of leaving it named what it was originally [something like zcu102_rv_ss or whatever it was].  Unfortunately, names are important, and at least today renaming causes mismatches down-stream.