XEF232 custom board, is not booting from internal flash of 2mb

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XEF232 custom board, is not booting from internal flash of 2mb

Postby Sanjeev » Sun Apr 07, 2019 10:25 am

Hello,
We have created a custom board using XEF232. It has internal flash of 2MB. I am able to flash (using xTime composer 14.3.3) on the internal flash memory, but the unit is not booting from its internal flash. Do I need to write my own bootloader?

Thanks in advance..
Sanjeev

The xn file generated out of xTime Composer14.3.3, is as below:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Network xmlns="http://www.xmos.com"
xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.xmos.com http://www.xmos.com">
<Type>Device</Type>
<Name>XEF232-1024-FB374-C40 Device</Name>

<Declarations>
<Declaration>tileref tile[4]</Declaration>
<Declaration>tileref usb_tile[2]</Declaration>
</Declarations>

<Packages>
<Package id="0" Type="XS2-UEFnA-1024-FB374">
<Nodes>
<Node Id="0" InPackageId="0" Type="XS2-L16A-512" SystemFrequency="500MHz" OscillatorSrc="1">
<Boot>
<Source Location="bootFlash0"/>
<Bootee NodeId="2"/>
</Boot>
<Tile Number="0" Reference="tile[0]">
<Port Location="XS1_PORT_1B" Name="PORT_SQI_CS_0"/>
<Port Location="XS1_PORT_1C" Name="PORT_SQI_SCLK_0"/>
<Port Location="XS1_PORT_4B" Name="PORT_SQI_SIO_0"/>
</Tile>
<Tile Number="1" Reference="tile[1]"/>
</Node>
<Node Id="2" InPackageId="2" Type="XS2-L16A-512" SystemFrequency="500MHz" OscillatorSrc="3">
<Boot>
<Source Location="LINK" BootMode="4"/>
</Boot>
<Tile Number="0" Reference="tile[2]"/>
<Tile Number="1" Reference="tile[3]"/>
</Node>
<Node Id="1" InPackageId="1" Type="periph:XS1-SU" Reference="usb_tile[0]">
</Node>
<Node Id="3" InPackageId="3" Type="periph:XS1-SU" Reference="usb_tile[1]">
</Node>
</Nodes>
<Links>
<Link Encoding="5wire" Delays="3clk">
<LinkEndpoint NodeId="0" Link="7"/>
<LinkEndpoint NodeId="2" Link="0"/>
</Link>
<Link Encoding="5wire" Delays="3clk">
<LinkEndpoint NodeId="0" Link="4"/>
<LinkEndpoint NodeId="2" Link="3"/>
</Link>
<Link Encoding="5wire" Delays="3clk">
<LinkEndpoint NodeId="0" Link="6"/>
<LinkEndpoint NodeId="2" Link="1"/>
</Link>
<Link Encoding="5wire" Delays="3clk">
<LinkEndpoint NodeId="0" Link="5"/>
<LinkEndpoint NodeId="2" Link="2"/>
</Link>
<Link Encoding="5wire">
<LinkEndpoint NodeId="0" Link="8" Delays="52clk,52clk"/>
<LinkEndpoint NodeId="1" Link="XL0" Delays="1clk,1clk"/>
</Link>
<Link Encoding="5wire">
<LinkEndpoint NodeId="2" Link="8" Delays="52clk,52clk"/>
<LinkEndpoint NodeId="3" Link="XL0" Delays="1clk,1clk"/>
</Link>
</Links>
</Package>
</Packages>

<ExternalDevices>
<Device NodeId="0" Tile="0" Class="SQIFlash" Name="bootFlash0">
<Attribute Name="PORT_SQI_CS" Value="PORT_SQI_CS_0"/>
<Attribute Name="PORT_SQI_SCLK" Value="PORT_SQI_SCLK_0"/>
<Attribute Name="PORT_SQI_SIO" Value="PORT_SQI_SIO_0"/>
</Device>
</ExternalDevices>

<JTAGChain>
<JTAGDevice NodeId="0"/>
<JTAGDevice NodeId="2"/>
</JTAGChain>

</Network>
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Postby akp » Tue Apr 23, 2019 4:28 pm

As a quick check, did you ensure X0D01 has a 1K pull-up to VDDIO per the data sheet?

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