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ratorga
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DSA/Platform generation for Vitis

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Hi,

I would like to adapt a Prodesign PROFPGA KU115 FPGA-based board for accelerating applications using Vitis. 

I guess I need to generate a custom platform, including a DSA file. 

Could I have any documentation in order to do that?

I mean I need to know the format of the platform files and also DSA version format compatible with Vitis.

Some sort of document, like up to date UG1234 or UG1164, would be great.

Best,

Rafa.

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stephenm
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The accel platforms use the XRT to deploy the kernels. The XRT is only supported in Linux. It has only been tested on the ARM.

There might be plans to support this in the future. However, not at the moment.

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stephenm
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ratorga
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Thanks for the info.

But this process is for Zynq Ultrascale boards.

What is about Kintex or Virtex Ultrascale? Is still this process valid?

I guess I need to generate a DSA instead of an XSA.

Best,

Rafa.

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stephenm
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Sorry. I missed that. The supported platforms can be seen here:

https://www.xilinx.com/html_docs/xilinx2020_1/vitis_doc/hjy1572064574834.html

Kintex or Virtex Ultrascale isn't supported.

ratorga
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is it just because of technology limitation? 

I mean would it be possible to build a custom platform for Vitis using Ultrascale+ technology?

 

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The accel platforms use the XRT to deploy the kernels. The XRT is only supported in Linux. It has only been tested on the ARM.

There might be plans to support this in the future. However, not at the moment.

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