2015-11-10, hazen

Recipe to run AMC13

To start the software tool

  • Log on to PC (daqlabamc13.cern.ch) with user 'daq' password 'M......e' (see Dominique)
  • cd work/amc13
  • source setup.sh
  • AMC13Tool2.exe -c 192.168.1.130 (for this AMC13 S/N 166)

Initialize to send fake data

  • > en 1-12 f t

Enable DAQ link

  • > daq 2 (two links active)
  • > fed 0 100 (set link 0 FED number to 100)
  • > fed 1 101 (set link 1 FED number to 101)

Send triggers

  • > lt 5 (send 5 L1A)

Reconfigure firmware (to change from e.g. 10G to 5G firmware)

  • Download mcs file as instructed from Mr WU's directory.
    • e.g. latest version is AMC13T1v0x023d_7k325t.mcs
  • AMC13Tool2.exe -c 192.168.1.130 (for this AMC13 S/N 166)
  • >pk (to program Kintex chip)

Read status

Other Resources

Testing log for 2015-11-10

At CERN, trying to test 10G link. Found an AMC13 S/N 166 which I can talk to at 192.168.1.130. Firmware is 0x236/0x2d. Updating to 0x23d/0x2e.

NAT-MCH IP address is 192.168.1.41 (same as BU NAT).

Note: eth1 was set to mask 255.255.255.0, changed by hand to 255.255.0.0. Don't know why this is. Updated AMC13 software in ~ehazen/work/amc13 to trunk version. Reprogram / reboot AMC13. Versions now AOK.

Program v0x0002 (test version with 1 10Gb link) and it partially works! Dominique can read the status from the other end of the link. No event data transfer due to a known bug.

2012-01-22, hazen

Arrive CERN, install AMC13 in MCH1 slot (upper) in DAQ lab. Move short Ethernet cable from eth1 to upper right RJ-45 on MCH (GbE). Now we can talk to AMC13! See AMC13spec.txt for some minimal documentation.

AMC13 occupies two I/P addresses at:

  • Spartan-6: 254 - 2 * serial_no
  • Virtex-6: 255 - 2 * serial_no

So, for S/N 6 installed, I/P addresses are 192.168.1.242 and 192.168.1.243. Install duplex LC fiber between upper two SFP+ and run DAQ loop-back test:

   (log in as daq to pc)
   $ cd amc13_python/src_amc13
$ python ipbus.py 243
    ...
> w 0 4
> w 1 1
> w 0 2
> r 0 16
0x0000:   0x00006558
0x0001:   0x00000001
0x0002:   0x00000111
0x0003:   0x008965e1
0x0004:   0x00000000
0x0005:   0x019c32ed
0x0006:   0x00000000
0x0007:   0x019c3433
0x0008:   0x00000000
0x0009:   0x00000000
0x000a:   0x06000000
0x000b:   0x12341234
0x000c:   0x00036cc0
0x000d:   0x00000000
0x000e:   0x07f9c6f7
0x000f:   0x0ff70241

Address 3 should be counting, not address 4. This is what we observe!

-- EricHazen - 22-Jan-2012

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