3.1.2. Recovering from CRC Errors
Intel® Arria® 10 devices support the internal scrubbing capability. The internal scrubbing feature corrects correctable CRAM upsets automatically when an upset is detected. However, internal scrubbing can not fix the FPGA to a known good state. The time between the error and completion of scrubbing can be tens of millisecond. This duration represents thousands of clock cycles in which the corrupted data was written to memory or status registers. It is a good practice to always follow any SEU event with a soft-reset to bring the FPGA operation to a known good state.
If a soft-reset is unable to bring the FPGA to a known good state, you can reconfigure the device to rewrite the CRAM and reinitialize the design registers. The system that hosts the Intel® Arria® 10 device must control the device reconfiguration. When reconfiguration completes successfully, the Intel® Arria® 10 device operates as intended.
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