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XILKERNEL and MICROBLAZE (how to probe this)

Started by Pablo December 21, 2006
Has somebody tried to config Xilkernel with the XPS. I have a Spartan
3E and XPS 8.1, and I've added Xilkernel with an opb_timer. Now I want
to probe this and I write a C program with "xil_printf". This is OK,
but I want to do something with the kernel, so I write xilkernel_main
(I don't know what this means but i try). The problem is:

region ilmb_cntlr_dlmb_cntlr is full
region ilmb_cntlr_dlmb_cntlr is full
error in function xilkernel init
..... (quite a lot)

Can anyone tell me about a manual or something to probe "threads" or
something with xilkernel?. And How do you configure "Software Platform
Settings".

Thanks

Pablo wrote:
> Has somebody tried to config Xilkernel with the XPS. I have a Spartan > 3E and XPS 8.1, and I've added Xilkernel with an opb_timer. Now I want > to probe this and I write a C program with "xil_printf". This is OK, > but I want to do something with the kernel, so I write xilkernel_main > (I don't know what this means but i try). The problem is: > > region ilmb_cntlr_dlmb_cntlr is full > region ilmb_cntlr_dlmb_cntlr is full > error in function xilkernel init > ..... (quite a lot) > > Can anyone tell me about a manual or something to probe "threads" or > something with xilkernel?. And How do you configure "Software Platform > Settings".
Do you have external memory? Sounds like you are trying to place all your code in on chip RAM, but the memory is too small. If you have external memory, create a custom link script that places the code there. Cheers, Jon